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What will a new CEO do for 3D printing company Stratasys?
"The news is there's a new. CEO It strategists. I wonder if it will make much difference as to what's going on. Their stock is up two point. Three two percent as we record word at one thing about strategists you know we we like to Moan and Groan about how their Their desktop hobby level three deep renters have kind of fallen by the wayside. They haven't done anything innovative new or worth buying At that market level for quite awhile the the maker Bot method which came out last year is basically a replacement for the MOJO. Which means it's not really for the hobby the market it's for the professional market? The folks who just want to push the button and walk away and get work done a high quality. FDM Printer but just enough damn printer and it's primarily ABS. So it means it's got a heat soak the product. It's gotTA use their filament. Not Something I would recommend. You know I'm I'm employed at a big tech company now and they come to me for consulting on Three D. Printing and they've been asking me what printers should we buy next six year. We've got all this money. We'd like to a couple of FDA machines for clients who come in and need quick parts and the last printer on their list was the maker Bot method. There are a bunch on their list that I deleted right away also maker. Bot method wasn't even on the list unfortunately for them the the stratus is this part of the company. Though is still a really strong company from a technical standpoint. I'd say their their biggest problem is the cost of ownership of one of these systems is pretty high not and they're not FDM they're they're polly jet systems are really probably the the top of the three reprinting world right now but an object printed with one of these systems. It's values quite high. So you really can't use them for any form of production I'm there purely for prototypical kinds of thing very specialized high end one off medical production arte art at work and it's only going to be used once Because the cost of these items make them way too expensive for production use so from that perspective. They're not going to be on the growth part of the market. Unfortunately and I think that's a problem and I think they need to figure that out cost of ownership Russian must go way down to bring the systems like the object into the production world. So we'll see we'll see what this fellow does on. He's he's got a PhD in economics. So he should be add up his spreadsheet there we'll see what
"arte" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"arte" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Angels' Mike Trout prefers not to negotiate new contract during spring training or regular season
"Two more seasons as an angel for Mike trout. Okay. So he is under contract for two more seasons. Yes. So that that brings push into this whole thing might trend has been nothing, but loyal and and supportive of the angels. But he has also said I will not renegotiate in spring training, and I will not renegotiate when the season starts. So that basically gives the angels if they want to renegotiate November December. That's they've got might try to seen. What the Phillies have done. They got Harper real knew they got McCarty in. I think the Phillies are calling him home. I'm never gonna go over on this. I can't push because only wilbon pushes. So I will go under. I'm going to go over Arte. Moreno you really think the owner of the angels is going to allow a generational talent. Like might trout to leave. I understand you can say New Jersey close to Philadelphia. The hope that you really think player like that is going to leave the -fornia due to go play for the Phillies who just signed star player because look how great they would be at hog Phillies. The hot Tinari wants to go. The Red Sox to Vars. This is tem Harper and go to his home. I didn't. All
"arte" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Of billions of dollars return again, that's a good return investment. We're just back to the the incentives of the game. Right. You know? It's not just about baseball team owners all being, you know, greedy. Sure, they are might be. But it's just about the fact that you would be stupid not to you know, if you are a t- mortar, you're seeing all your fellow team owners get hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies and be able to either pocket that. That back into the business. You know? Of course, you're going to ask for that. And you're gonna come back and ask for it year after year after year because you know, that Jeffrey Loria did it with the Marlins and Carl did it with the twins. And it may have taken the ten years you get the money, but eventually they got the money. So again, I think we're hitting a little bit of a lull. But I would be very surprised if the as the raise don't get some sort of new stadium deals in the near future. If it doesn't Volve some sort of public money or public land giveaways tax credits or something like that. Just because again, it's such an ingrained part of the business model that you know, I don't think it's gonna go away anytime soon, but you know, on the other hand my books out for books out for over twenty years now the websites still going, so maybe we're starting to have a little bit of an effect. And maybe the raise don't get a stadium, Dan where they are. Then they're just gonna move up here to Portland, Oregon, and it would be wonderful for me. But the last thing I wanted to ask you there's been a conversation in Anaheim. Because the the angels owner Arte Moreno once renovations the ballpark, which is showing its age, but there's been an ongoing conversation with the city over who's going to pay for it. And there's been a conversation of well, if marina was going to pay for the renovations himself than he would then be given the right stole the parking lots around the stadium. And does that seem like given that I I think the parking lots around the stadium mood and valued at something north of I think two hundred fifty million dollars release the property around the stadium. Does it feel like kind of a maybe a developing trend where maybe moving forward owners, we'll figure well the public has caught onto the fact that we can we can fund our own stadium construction. But at least this is like sort of a workaround away for us to get that money and still say that we privately financed new ballpark. Absolutely. I think when man was twenty five years ago now when I started looking into this stuff, you could as sports motor walk into the state legislature and say, I I need a new stadium going to have a check for three hundred million dollars, and you would at least get taken seriously. Now, the one thing that has changes a bit of a backlash to that. So you have to hide the subsea a little bit more. So you say, well, we're not asking for money were asking for land that we can develop or asking for tax breaks or were asking for, you know, money from this revenue stream that was set up for our last stadium that maybe would have gone back to the city. If we paid off the old stadium did build a new one. But whatever you've been spending it on the old stadium paying off the old stadium. So if you give it to us now, it's no big deal. And I think we're saying much much more of that. And those kinds of hidden costs Jews Grant Long who is a researcher. Now iridium Michigan has been. Looking at this over or years decades now has found that the one consistent thing is that the the amount of these hidden costs again, whether it's free land or tax breaks things like that has continued to rise over time. I think the last time she looked at it. It was something like forty percent above what the headline caused was public stadium costs and that was years ago now, so unsure punching out with numbers. It will be even higher than that. So, yeah, I'm watching that angel situation very closely because the old mayor of Anaheim, Tom Tate, shot that down very quickly and said, you know, we're.
"arte" Discussed on KTRH
"Houston's morning news continues with Jimmy Barrett and sheriff fryer six eighteen here on Houston's morning news. Our next guest is the chief of police here in Houston, Arte Salvato in something that art, and I have in common is that neither one of us are native houstonians. We're just lucky enough to be historians now. And I know I didn't realize what a big deal forty-one was until I got here. It is. It is amazing. How big a figure George Hw Bush was an is to the people of Houston. I mean, it's absolutely amazing. So there were so many people last night thousands of folks at the church waiting to go through when folks are so patient, and they were. They were stalked, but happy at the same time happy that they had them for so many years we have for so many years and happy that they were able to take the time to pay tribute to a great man and Amana truly is keep calling the last movie channels because they're just so much more. I think it's clear that the city has been planning for this event for for a long long time. Everything seems to be going off like clockwork. It takes us inside a little bit on how this whole thing was planned out. What's been ten years in the making, you know, all of the stakeholders, including the Bush family and his organization the secret service and the Houston police department and department of defense. The plans about ten years that the old and Jones been brushed up breast over many times over the years, and he's such a tough man at would seem like every few years. We'd be shell boys. He's he's in trouble right now, but he bounced back, but you know, when we look at how well it was done yesterday. We had douse of people online last night. Now, my folks and from beginning to end you've been a line was just all kinds of people had of your within within forty five minutes. We had you through the line onto a bust. But metro did a great job our partners did.
"arte" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Right. And so that is not leading us in a positive direction until of health when you consider the fact that one out of every three people suffers a heart attack from heart disease. I mean, honestly, I don't know what the reds are timid. But they're probably higher bad. This what we would say. I mean can't give me a typical like a snapshot of what it looks like down there in terms of. Okay. So just just walk you through our locker room like in. So in a wellness center, we have I would say just a rough guess a good half. And I'm mean, generous here of all the guys that are going to the gym. And I love them. I'm not picking on. But at least half of them or would be technically morbidly obese, and I would say maybe more of them who are my age or older or on statins. You know? And some of them are having dialysis because they've had the I don't know what what you've had so long that you wind up need dialysis, but buddy, I talked to all the time who he's losing weight now. But it's because he is so diseased. So whether you go to WalMart at you, go to Rouse's people riding in buggies and people always talking about the next heart attack Arte last, heart attack or cancer. They got debts. Ubiquitous man disease is ubiquitous in in especially on the by so much. So it is normal is norm. And when it becomes normal. Then there's then it just feels like there's no need to do any like if every if everybody's in your predicament, then there's no urgency to change the. And but his book in the only way honestly that someone like me is is willing to or able to. Go against the grain in that environment is because I know people that have my bag that are really smart. They might live in California or they might live in North Carolina..
"arte" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"That anybody would be that angry or disturbed. I can't imagine anybody taking it too far as grabbing weapon and just shooting up and event. No, but as in like getting upset and riled up? Yes. 'cause it's like any other sports like that? You ball football. We all might tend to get upset or say a couple of things out of anger. 'cause I favor team, they lost, but never to a point where you will want to physically harm somebody or even in this case murder somebody, this isn't the first mass shooting Florida in this past year. Do you have any response to to the larger issue? Do want anything from politicians in terms of how to protect people like you for politicians is should be an eye opener like I'm from Chicago. We always hear like about the crimes at a homeless. It takes place in Chicago, and I was born in. Raising Chicago, not want five ever been a situation. Well, have the run out of an assessment to say my life. It's it's just amazing to me. Take me and my boyfriend to go out to a different state, just play video games. Something passionate about. It turns to situation where we had this gate of establishment to save our lives. I was going to ask about your ankle. It's starting to heal. Is it slowly? But I'm still some paying. I hope it heals well and quickly. And I thank you very much for talking with us and and marquees is he doing okay? He just has so scratches, but he's okay. All right, MS Poindexter. Thank you for talking to us. Thank you. We reach Taylor Poindexter and Chicago. In Canadian fiddle music. He was a giant Ned Landry whose music career spanned more than seven decades Dodd Saturday. He was ninety seven years old Mr. Landry got his start in show biz in nineteen thirty, four playing harmonica on Don Messer radio program, backwoods breakdown, but the fiddle which he taught himself to play with his true love. He wants told the CBC quote this fiddle. It's my life, Ned Landry racked up an impressive stack of awards and owners in his lifetime, including being named Canadian Open fiddle champion three times receiving the order of Canada and being inducted into the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia halls of fame.
"arte" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"They were gathered to play a popular football video game Madden a player pulled out a gun and began shooting three people are dead, including the gunman eleven more injured after the shooting at a video game competition in Jacksonville, Florida. The event was live streamed just before the gunfire began. A red laser dot appeared on the chest of player. Video cut out. The audio of gunshots and screaming continued to be broadcast Taylor. Poindexter was at the event with her boyfriend marquees Williams. She sprained her ankle running from the shooting. We reach MS Poindexter at home in Chicago is Poindexter what you went through. Yesterday's just it sounds so awful. How're you doing? Honestly, right now, I'm okay, but I'm just taking it one day at a time. Can you tell us what happened the moment? You realize something was role. So me and my boyfriend marquee. We were actually in the area with a competition with. Taking play. So we were in the middle area, the bar and from our corner can get catch a glimpse of the of the shooter. We seeing somebody sending there with two hands on a gun and just a fire enough shots. Did you see the person? I did. You hear them? I, we actually heard this the gunshot fired. So the first gunshot sound like up alone pot and looked around, and it took him into Russia. Like, hey, they're no balloons here. So then after that we heard two shots, three shots, four sought. And then also we call it a glint of figures that in there too has a gun. He's walking backwards still pointed in the area of the game lounge. But by that time marquee ground crawling out to safety, probably Glynn so my team front and yelling out and they something wrong with my ankle. I, I can't get up really. And so he comes and picks me up. So as you were running away, you hurt your ankle, but you weren't even aware at the time what had happened? I didn't realize that I had heard myself. It's just a drum, their rush from it. I'm basing a mindset I need to get outta here. I'm trying to say alive saying to myself, I need to get out of here, need to get a live to be alive and also wears marquees. Is he okay? Is he okay. And what else did you see around you? Basically, what I saw also route me was other individuals that were that are trying to escape as well. So that's all in the process of trying to escape. We both were trample. We actually crawling over other individuals while trying to get out, you know if anyone's heard the audio of that livestream it is. It's very disturbing to listen to. So have you heard that? Yes, it just brings back a flashback of 'cause I've actually seen the strain to the video. So just break me back to one the. Bad players that was on the video. How before I was just standing next time we was watching somebody else's game play right before the happened. You mentioned when we started talking the Madden community, the people who gathered to play this game in a fairly regular basis. Did you know either of the men killed Elisha, Clayton or Taylor Robertson? Not personally, but I knew of them and for Elisa, Clayton, I had a brief interaction with him to say Hello and watching some of the other games that were going on in ornament. What have you heard about the gunman, David, Katz, and what might have led up to this shooting? What I've heard of him was basically that he was he was a player in the community. He did play in the Cup Titian I wanna say in twenty seventeen and possibly he was upset about how game they're not going to save her. Can you imagine you know, all the time even playing this game..
"arte" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Can you give me a sense of of how he looked back at those mistakes or misjudgments and why he was willing to talk about them. Well, I think it's the why he was willing to talk about him. That was so unique. I mean, having spent some time around she policymakers politicians, I'm sure everyone has regrets or makes mistakes. No one's perfect, and people are very imperfect, but usually politicians don't admit any of that publicly, you know, they, they've never changed their mind. They've always been right. There's always a logical explanation for why they do what they did, and that just wasn't McCain style. And when he certainly when he made mistakes by choosing political expediency over principle like the when he came out in favor of the confederate flag in South Carolina in two thousand, and then subsequently gave a speech regretting it. I think it really got to him because he realized that that's not the kind of person he wanted to be. And you know that there's always going to be these these dilemmas where you have political expediency versus something that you feel very strongly about. And sometimes it can be hard to choose. Louder rather than the former. And his record certainly was not perfect on that regard. But he was pretty open about when he thought he had done it and shouldn't have. Today that the flag the White House is back at full staff. We saw President Trump issue only a tweet on mister McCain, Senator McCain's death and avoiding using the word hero. It's getting a lot of attention. The president's lack of response to Senator McCain's passing. What do you take from that? And and can you give us a sense of the the lessons you think that we can take from John McCain and in this particular time in history. Well, it certainly would be gracious of the president to join other democratic leaders like the prime minister of Canada and the president, France, and the prime minister Australian many others and in talking about Senator McCain's service of the country. But at the end of the day, I don't think it would have mattered any to John McCain. You know, there was a big hubbub made when when then candidate Trump talked about Senator McCain and said, he's not a not a war hero or something like that. And when I spoke with Senator McCain, subsequent to that, he didn't give it even a passing thought. I mean, he was worried about the direction of the country on policy and philosophical grounds, not about whether somebody did or didn't say something nice about him. So I don't think he would've mattered. But I think there's a lesson in the reaction that you see to Senator McCain's passing. It's enormously gratifying to see so many people, Republicans, Democrats, and Americans, and foreigners and everyone else express what he meant to them for those of us who worked with them for or new. But I think it's also indicative of broader yearning that enough of the politics. We're ready others throats, where people spend all day bickering and issuing press releases in tweeting and condemn each other. Instead of trying to unify around some basic set of principles about who we are as Americans and who we are as people. And I think that was really the lesson of Senator McCain's life and career. It's a pleasure to talk with you even the sad time. I'm glad you're willing to share your memories with us. Thank you for having me. Okay. Bye-bye. Right on Tena Senator John McCain's foreign policy adviser. We reached him in Washington DC earlier today. John McCain died on Saturday. Just shy of his eighty. Second birthday after this interview, President Trump did issue a statement quote, despite our differences on policy and politics. I respect Senator John McCain service to our country, and in his owner have signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at half staff until the day of his interment unquote..
"arte" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Christopher sedate. He is a member of the independent international fact-finding mission on beyond mar. We reached him in Geneva. It was the middle of the night and Nutley walkway was sleeping at her home in Hudson Quebec. Her husband was away on a fishing trip. She was home alone. That is when she heard what she described as a quote, really loud, bang, MS. Paul EA would soon learn. There were true to intruders in her home. She says, they violently attacked her. They grabbed her throat. They pushed her to the ground. She ended up getting away. And now MS paulie is warning the community about what happened and encouraging people to improve their home security like installing good lighting security cameras. Earlier today, she spoke with the CBC's Mike Finnerty about the incident, did the heck out of them in the places with most like where I could reach between thumbs and and it really what stopped because it's happened over the four minutes. So they really just kinda stopped, told me, stop, yelling, stop, yelling. And as soon as I stopped. Then he started yelling, where's the money? You you, you you, you like, okay. Well, my wallet is over there. I have. I think forty bucks. You can take it this way, or you know, and and like it's on, it's on the island guy. I couldn't look up and showed because I had my face down on the ground. And he says, Boyce Jesse so said, okay, so I went to go get, which really brought me to my side door and a lot of me to run out now I feel that goes into dream, you know those dreams when you feel like you're you being held back and you wanna run, but you're like, don't work and you wanna scream, but you don't have the voice. Well, boy, did I ever have a voice? I lost. You don't have one today, but I sure had last night. So you're you're out of the house on the road screaming and what happens? Well, there was. An angel appeared in the form of a lady in van right on the middle of the road right when I was running 'cause they were running towards me on the road and then the car came. And so they split up in one of them rand, true my neighbors, you know, property the other one cross the road, but they both. I saw those standing the car me to call nine one one and my my, my dog had come looking for me to limping and stuff. So she was like such a nice person got us in the car in the van and waited in the driveway with us until the police show up ten minutes later. Popey speaking with CBC's Mike Finnerty on daybreak Montreal this morning..
"arte" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"A new u. n. report on the situation in Myanmar is blunt, says top me on mar military generals must be investigated and prosecuted for genocide the report stems from UN fact-finding mission in which a panel found evidence that the military and refined state were quote, killing indiscriminately, gang raping women, assaulting children and burning entire villages and quote, Christopher civility is one of the three members of the panel who will present their full report to the UN Human Rights Council next month. We reached him in Geneva. Mr. Sedona he what evidence of genocide did you find on this fact finding mission? We found a great deal of evidence because we spoke to a very large number of people the three of us and the stuff's by two eight hundred seventy five. I witnesses and survivors who told us precisely what they saw, what happened. Into them. We were also able to look at video evidence and Fateh graphic evidence, both of which we verified and satellite imagery. So the evidence that we had was comprehensive and it indicated to us that crimes against humanity war crimes. And in the case of recline state, genocide will issues that needed to be addressed. You have named specific people in the report, take us through what you claim. They have done. The specific people that we named the talk of the military command of the commander in chief, the deputy commander in chief and Ford divisional commanders, we side that they now need to be investigated for individual liablity full these serious international crimes. And if the investigations warrants prosecutions Sogeti recount state for crimes against humanity and war crimes in recline Khachigian and Shan states of Myanmar. So what do you think the next. Depp's would be for them to hold them to account. The immediate next step is to establish a a special mechanism of the United Nations to look at the collection of prosecutorial evidence and to make a decision on whether the evidence warranted taking them to court. After that thin, they needs to be an international court with jurisdiction to deal with that evidence in the prosecution's. The one thing that we are convinced off is that the judicial mehcanism 's in Myanmar itself a not adequate to the task of trying these very serious crimes under international law beyond the military leadership. The report also singles out me and Mars civilian leader Aung song Suci. What does the report say about her? The reporting to Kate's that the civilian authorities have contributed to the atrocities that we have found. We certainly did not find any evidence. The civilian authorities were involved in the planning and the implementation of the operations. But they firstly did nothing to prevent them from occurring. And Secondly more actively, they shielded the military. By indulging in misinformation about by the nine and covering up what was going on. And so they made a contribution, but the principal liability, the principal responsibility lies with the military leadership. What about those in the international community who have failed to stop the violence dust far, has the United Nations itself done enough up to this point, but very difficult to sign again, has not been the primary focus of our investigations. We have, however made a recommendation that they needs to beating quiry into the United Nations response for no other reason, Fano bitter as in times of, but just learning what is being done to to discovering way the deficiencies were with a more could've been done. It's necessary for the UN to learn the lessons of each of these kinds of catastrophic experiences and ensure that we do that are in future..
"arte" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"As environmentally sustainable because what are you what house the left going to answer that that's, I guess if you look, for example. With the, oh I can't think of what, they call it the the urban growth boundary for example in in. Many liberal cities in Portland is one of them with the, urban growth boundary then. What you're saying is the city. Can only be so large so if you're going? To have, which has skyrocketed as, as, when I used to work there we. Talked, about right really increase you know a property values because you're limiting you know where people can actually in developers can actually build will if you're doing that with. Environmental. Sustainability does comes into effect Population where do we put people yeah How's that not hit California? Yet I don't know Well they're still trying, to clean the Stuff off the streets But you have. More and, more people of course California has LA San, Francisco major cities But you can't, forget about, the environment You know I, I was thinking that since the the, the, state supreme court in California said no To the the three states, solution Yeah right I'm sorry I'm thinking Israel and Palestinian the two. State solution Californians three state solution they were at the six state solution now. Down to the, three state, solution and now they're you know did was anybody mentioning California will that can't get through then. Just total, secession from the US I mean are they back to that now because I haven't. Heard this decision from California. Anymore that hasn't. Been annoying thing they were really it seemed like they were focused on the three states solution But from. The union has. That has that lost has seceding from the union lost its I guess this, momentum in California the last couple of months no but it will in November twenty twenty Quite possibly Well. I'm sorry it won't lose. Its steam it will regain steam in. Twenty twenty it's not. Completely, gone oh you mean Wins again yes quite possibly. Yeah if is the operative if Trump. Arte if how can. You, imagine how Twenty twenty. How did you just read right, now I'm, thinking to myself wow well we came up with one idea you know yesterday and you. Get. You know. It, has to. Be. Con- really to produce, the Trump song, like they did for Obama yes Now that would be pure entertainment but. Seriously You're going to need shoulder pads and, a helmet If you're going to go outside in the, event that Donald Trump wins in November twenty twenty It is just going to be chaos Complete, you here, I and. LeBron I mean Camilla Harris Cory Booker And that's that's, it, right now right I mean I know Biden and you know they're they're talking Biden and Bernie and all you. See, Cortez. And is. Going out with Bernie on a socialist tour. Well, sure they're gonna they're gonna run out in a socialist tour well? You're? The one that, did suggested, Bernie Cortez yesterday. And who knows right he's, trying to, you know Alexandria a, case yo Cortez is hitting the, national, campaign trail this week with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to stump for other leftwing candidates even as he upstarts twenty-eight-year-old. Democratic, socialist. Rising profile. Continues to rankle top Democrats Sanders Sanders and. Cortez, are expected to campaign on July twentieth for to congressional candidates seeking, to? Unseat Republican incumbents, in Kansas But Cortez's all such a support several progressives seeking to supplant democratic incumbents elsewhere. Alarming..
"arte" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Oh mexican roles amar's finding arte roll my sock sore he does have mix it sucks exit colors yes no having cake to make maybe yellow in there yellow black so thanks for joining us there of course if you missed that you could always subscribe to the podcast on the listen tab of the espn app or on apple podcast as well so what happened podcast what happy why are we left about the podcast everybody has podcast that's we need to boost our podcast build roster podcast rajasa podcast yeah i bet so anyway one of the questions stephen brought up or discussions stephen brought up is about the young guys and physical kuzin was off the table toge boycott ball i do think though here's the interesting part about lebron coming here i write being the guy who kind of breaks down the wall i i think it's fascinating in this regard it shows for the first time in a while right and key you brought this up since his days with pat riley where he's actually looking at the long term as opposed to the short term fix outside of his first arrival in cleveland obviously were they made the move for still a young kevin love and kyrie irving who's already on the roster since then it's been a series of short term fixes whereas he came to the lakers specifically telling magic according to jenkins historians straighted saying that he's not going to try to ruin this per se by trying to put the franchise in a difficult situation by making a deal that could hurt them down the road which look i think that's the smart way to look at it even at thirty three years old saw trust though is trusting the front office in the management again going back to his days in cleveland that wasn't something that he felt good about he couldn't trust what they would do because it was always something one way or another whether you were going to extend the general manager what you didn't like the general manager where you sent the letter and you bash them whatever the case may be the trust was broken then went to miami he obviously nude it he couldn't do a one in one and a one in one and all those things because yet other guys lives there was at matter that mattered you had to wait at the time it was young you had chris bosh that was young and then even to the point where you quiet ray allen you had to be in a position where players felt okay we're in this for the next three to four years before we move on when he goes back to cleveland his whole goal going back to cleveland was to win a championship so if i once i win a championship then i'll see how it goes the next year they want six hours again and i'll find destination which in my estimation is la obviously he's not going anywhere outside of la when his contract expires he'll be living in la for the rest of his life that's the way i look at it i mean i can't say enough about how the first series of moves that magic johnson rob pelinka put together should've put the league or notice that competency had returned to the front office i think people i think people took notice but i think you gonna always they still second guessing always have that though you always have your second guessing your naysayers because what happens and you've been in this world very long time in terms of covering sports is somebody says something in a run with it right in say what he said that this instead of just actually looking at what it is and who it is making the directions and doing things we talk about the lakers obviously in one thing stephen brought up is every single player that have come here that's been a giant mega star they wanna championship except elgin baylor everybody's done that so when you look at that and you say okay here's magic johnson in position to grabble the brian james brian james needs to understand you have to win a championship no matter what anybody said about magic rob trust that they go put everything together based on the first the.
Director, Norway Tesla and Representative discussed on
"Say to people began shooting at an all night arts festival in trenton new jersey at about two forty five this morning what are the shooter's dead twenty people were injured police say they have arrested a second shooter a heated by his reason affect in parts of the midwest including minneapolis chicago in saint louis national weather service meteorologist jim and davenport iowa says it's gonna be a sticky one day they're facing another day of oppressive heat humidity with temperatures sorry end up into the mid nineties and do points in the low seventies and that type of humidity is making for heat index ranges from anywhere from one hundred degrees up to one hundred hundred and five and plus record setting highs possible tomorrow in the northeast and mid atlantic president trump has been very busy on twitter this morning he has sent eight tweets so far talking about everything from the media to north korea to the economy he north korean dictator kim jong un arte talked by telephone today i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters a new watchdog may be headed to washington and administration aid white house spokeswoman lindsey walters says president donald trump has chosen kathy craning her a little known white house budgeted as director of the consumer financial protection bureau if approved by the senate craning or would succeed her boss white house budget director mick mulvaney who led the cfp be part time since november the us and china have announced tariffs on each other's products and goods starting july sixth and the world waits to see what's next the us trade representative spinal list includes over one thousand product lines down from about thirteen hundred initially and they're mainly focused on china's made in twenty twentyfive plan to become dominant in high tech industries such as robotics aerospace industrial machinery and automobiles china's list includes agricultural products soy beans corn and wheat along with beef pork and poultry and automobiles norway tesla's biggest markets with about eighty five hundred cars sold last year wants to be a pioneer in the market for electric planes wide row will local airline that operates small planes on short haul flights sees no major technological barriers ahead and plans to launch its first commercial aircraft propelled by some form of electric power within the next ten years the.
"arte" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Section of such acts and how we provide more transparency to the american people when they adds that a political or politically motivated yes but getting from here to there as you know that's devils in the details right kind of it it's not that hard i think facebook did announce some steps in the streets and actually they are going to make it a little more transparent who bought an ad and look we have these rules on television and i was just going to i approve this message i approve the message and you have to say even if it is a political action committee that is well and truly a hidden in terms of its actual motivations they do have to register there are sunlight laws and so it is not that hard and it's overdue on social media speaks to the publisher versus platform situation which is that they have not been considered a publisher and haven't had these rules until now the souso about regulation these places in we've had conversations about this and how it's going to go or or having some degree of familiarity with congress in the united states has not gonna go i'm just saying i'm able to get that one guy interested in this topic you know the one okay arte arte ungun wrote in when we first brought up the idea that ethics should be taught in the realm of computer science and said i just finished compute a computer science degree at uc santa barbara and one of the required courses was ethics and engineering he says changes coming in the pipeline but yeah it's pretty much too little too late never say that never say that but so yeah no you're right but so much this is baked in now right i mean i mean going back to your like you have to tell your ten year old to wash his hair and scrub with his fingernails or whatever it is right and heads apparently fingerpi it is pads and nails but that and your thought is at that's where we are with tekken and these companies right i think actually what's happening now is much like allies learning how to wash his hair and we'll wash.
Dancing with the Stars Athletes - Episode 1 Recap
"Dancing with the stars is a special athlete edition so listen to some of the athletes they have tonya harding you accused you know her people are gonna like torch the other people's angelman knees it's happened before as well it has asked performances a guarantee of future results the husband's gone kneecap kareem abduljabbar kareem he did the lindsay arnold lindsay is five foot four seven foot one anyway anyway and very high heels because i saw them standing next to each other and she came up to his mid shoulder areas so must have been intended to stiff on the dance floor is our but he made it last night it was a double elimination so it's a it's a short season jennie finch's dancing she's the famous softball pitcher let's see who else adam rippon the figure skater damon all right so came down to the elimination time and let's get the final call here the couple who is faith is tanya and tonya harding made it barely barely yes she was in the bottom three barely made it that means johnny and jamie artem to leave the competition we lose pora johnny damon former yankee and red sox star johnny damon was eliminated he was dancing with emma slater and the other one is jamie anderson a female snowboarder and shoe was fancying with arte let's just call bar temp says they did the viennese waltz but they only scored nineteen hundred thirty what was damon score here damon score was eighteen thirty so that was the worst adam ripa had ripon eight rippon h eight eight good for rippon all right johnny damon's gone finance our dancing with the stars report i like that song expecting that's why i got into talk radio so i could report on dancing with this is the athlete version this is your up school chancellor richard korans apologizing sort of for his controversial tweeden sheldon seaver selden silver speaks that's outside the courtroom so that's coming up next and you know if you want to win a thousand dollars tune in at seven oh five here on seven ten w arbor right now tune into bernie fighter with traffic halonen michael a crash quickly cleared away inbound 495 heading for.
What's next for Shohei Ohtani after homering off Corey Kluber?
"What what i'm sorry i that doesn't make any sense to me but this is baseball in two thousand eighteen this is what happens and and all i will say is i will be at citizens bank park later today and my new favorite thing in life is going to be the gabe kaplan press conferences i loved having gabe as a weekly guest on a show i did with the late darryl hamilton gabe kaplan was one of my favorites literally it didn't have a name but it was always what would game kappler saying sitting with some of the philadelphia writers today who see again yesterday that i'll see you again tomorrow i dunno mike daisy do this damn overnight show each other also but seeing some of them they said that they have been doozy's and today was an absolute doozy talking about what his focus is like like he's like in zen us out there man well let's move now and talk about the story of the last two days in major league baseball and that is japanese star shohei ohtani seth who became the first player in baseball history to win a game on the mound as a starting pitcher and then hit a home run as a designated hitter he hit his second home run here and this one came against corey kluber on wednesday which is more impressive than the home run that he hit on tuesday in my opinion because kluber is one of the top pitchers and all baseball despite a shaky spring are we starting to see the dynamics that otani can bring to the angels it's the big relief at least for a couple of days for the angels in their owner arte moreno because you know he looked lost in spring training but you know it's a huge culture shock and i've talked to players about coming over from japan and you know it's more about the adjustments off the field but the field is actually the only place where things actually makes sense.
"arte" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The five of course himself warned look i have slow it down the bombers treasurer of raleigh when them father warrants remember in they're trying to get some on trump with the russian thing right well you know arte bomb adjusted steps have we have some legs bro have had some issues in the justice department just a couple of just a few things going on so i just financing jeff sessions if you're listening sears the man you guys are asking for this reinstatement of this uh you know the department of justice in the m in others laughter man levin is part of the patriot act the fis the courts were against spy then tap follow follow only elminger warrant studium studying award the gotta go to fis that get that you know warned but we saw fayza strike back at them i'm talking about how some of that was ridiculous what they were doing so there won't matt back so i mean we got a department of justice outta whack and it's been getting led by this comic cat for while he's part of the problem all them oda bob paper got to go well you know he gets bad when the fis accord comes back and says you know what i realize we heard of everything that comes through average of the both the bunk but that's that's a little much y'all pushing a little east and you saw the numbers of the warns that they applied for their in the last quarter of the administration on their bomb instruction kicked up pretty heavy been and susan rice i wanna after a lot of questions about how she had requested some of these you know unmasking yoma i'm rob at unmasking bomb masking takes place all awful these 702 warrantless searches by the government atp you trust the government in its current capacity once again our for you back to the leak statement that we might earlier if you trust them atlanta mob that's it you know but here's the thing muster sessions i don't trust the department of justice the you get that bank straight and if nothing gets real straight the gummy some labor in hanke we're watching on fox news lives the money's walked out of the white house amoco us that's all we wanna say that's all i'm saying we've got plenty of evident for blake got plenty of evidence.
"arte" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Arte and with those in short supply everybody's rummaging through the heck's nuts and stopped nuts drawers to grab similar size once hoping they'll do the trick across the parking lot gas lines this filling station has still us still has some but down the block the owners have orange tape up around the driveway signaling their out lisa than coastal georgia including said vana also evacuating meantime hurricane jose right behind erma is now a category three and by saturday could hit bar buddha which has lost most of its buildings to erma the us senate sending a hurricane relief package back to the house after adding provision to fund the government and suspend the debt limit into december that's a deal between president trump endemic croats upsetting some conservatives in congress but the president says he thinks they could lead to more bipartisan so i think that's a great thing for i think that's what the people of the united states won a seat he has dinner tonight with house speaker paul ryan who had criticised efforts to link disaster aid with other issues ryan now says he hopes democrats will agree to tax reform or am i exile any on wall street the dow down twenty two points lead partly by insurance companies on the fox reports fair and the finding great candidates to hire can be well like trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter ziprecruiter is different it doesn't fend on candidates finding you it finds them with its powerful technology ziprecruiter distributes your job everywhere it needs to be to find the right candidates in fact eighty percent of employers who post jobs on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within one day so while other companies might deliver a lot of hay.
"arte" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Spot gold trading 12 seventy eight seventy eight in the electronic session let's get global news now go to the bloomberg 960 newsroom to check in with ed baxter he's got the headline said all right thank you north korea's kim john it has been briefest military plans to launch missiles and water near guam the people's army saying it's preparing to create an embassy enveloping fire near guam kim has done a troop inspection south korean president moon giant has met with us joint chief of staff chairman general joseph dunford to discuss a possible attack from the north the south sea king reassurances of protection you as president trump ordering an examination of chinese trade policies this of course a major key of friction between the world's two biggest economies japan and us of kicked off weekslong joint military exercise northern viper runs through the 28 and two days after the attack in charlottesville president trump does come out to say the us cannot tolerate the racism of white supremacist including kkk and neonazis global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg angie ed thanks back in hong kong arte this is bloomberg daybreak asia at twenty past the hour all right let me just give you a quick update on market action right now we've got the nikkei 225 ahead one percent largely due to a pulled back in the end visavis the dollar dollaryen won ten point zero three so the yen against the dollar weaker by about four tenths of one percent in sydney the a sx 200 all the ring opens the cup coming from that uh that you know a even a lack of others you and i missed out vinci that's why the local market knowledge is extremely important iin thing saying that you've been looking into fast f o r food and beverages industry in china for a long time says there something else you're looking at a you'll want to capitalize on and with your local knowledge well w we obviously must in many unicef is by making the food and beverage i thank you know macbook mcdonald's already of central are scale has such a voice system the other thing that pipeline not this at this one in food and beverage business because we really want to focus growing the mcdonald's business because we do have a great opportunity digital media is growing tremendously in china everything's online so a.
"arte" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Use case where the customer has their infrastructure the developers are are working on in vmware instances can you give shuttled a more light on what their infrastructure looks like what where are those virtual machines running and if you want to back up a virtual machine where are you inserting yourself and taking snapshots so that you can have something to backup to all your copy of estrada leslie i'm glad you brought it up because i agree it's actually a a very big gap from my point of view in the understanding of the world today does seem like here in silicon valley we tend to focus on the you know the kind of a new agency structure that most of our our silicon valley startups use an which amazon and google facebook push very well but there's this whole other world of like every other company that's not a big either a text arte or a big tech company basically exactly what you call enterprises and they you know they tend to be moving in the direction of you know the aws and the as clouds but they're still because their businesses they're not act the not focused entirely a software they do still have a lot of what we might consider legacy and actually what's legacy to us is actually the in butter of their operations and so what the sat looks like to answer question these days in you know ever since vmware shown up i guess a little over a decade ago vmware has it's what i i guess i call it the vmware microsoft stack so most businesses now will have a majority of their applications virtual eyes so they'll be running vmware as their high provides are so that's what's on the bear metal vmware has a few components namely the center to manage all these hosts.