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"attaran" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Want rather than what they would refer. That doesn't however mean that it would be completely out of the realm of awesome ability. Destiny does something that the audience may want depending on what the audience may want. Because tiffany i do not think would turn on the cookout however if glare got destiny we could theoretically see her alter tiffany's nominations to include to cookout members. Which would certainly make this week a little bit more. Engaging in the sense that it would not be guaranteed vote at the end of the on the flip side. I think tiffany might not the least likely person to put clare up directly but if someone else gets it. Claire could end up on the block. She claire doesn't win the coin of destiny so on the upside. We now have these envelopes so people more people are likely to go for this according destiny so there is at least we'll see I don't know if i want more people going for the coin of destiny. But we'll we'll we'll talk all through a lot to break down. We will be able to send some exit interview questions to derek x a. We will have that for you on friday that we are able to ask questions via email. They respond on video. And so we will bring you our exit interview questions With derek x on friday. In addition to friday mornings i'll life you'd update that taryn. We'll have tomorrow also taryn and we'll be live for the for the patrons on friday afternoon as well so a busy friday up but i guess Let let's talk through the campaign to save derek x attaran at any point today. Did it look like that. This was going to happen not today and not really last night either. It was the night before that it was like maybe because derek exit actually done a pretty good job. He did convince alisa in that conversation. What we saw in the episode was a little bit out of order. She was convinced by. Derek x i and then cuddled with xavier after an exam. Got her back on board. And then from that point forward there wasn't a lot. There was a similar scenario. Where derek x got big d to consider it and he went to kylie's about it in.
"attaran" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Take your video calls live and you can talk about the week ahead coming up in the big brother house. We're going to be doing that at five. Pm eastern two pm pacific coming up on friday and that is going to be something that is exclusively for. The patrons of rob has a podcast. Is that every friday so beyond the lookout for that you get the chance to call in and ask your questions about whatever's going on in the world of big brother and should be a new day as we get closer to nominations maybe we'll have the wildcard competition plenty to talk about their on friday. Of course our weekly schedule there is a no big brother. This week on thursday. But we will be back with a recap on sunday night and we will continue that all season long recaps wednesdays thursdays and sundays after the episodes. Be sure to join attaran melissa for the bb roundtable on tuesday nights. Live feed updates every morning at eleven am eastern. and then. I will also be with you on mondays for the slop and it's going to be another patron exclusive This season very excited about all the nonsense. That happens in the world of big brother whether it's in the big brother twenty-three house or from the big brother alumni on social media. We'll talk about it all every week on the slap and of course That's going to be in the patron podcast. Feed this season. Last night i talked about the thirteenth best seasons of survivor survivor. Borneo went just under five hours talking to the first season of survivor with the bloomberg and mel hall. Sta you can check that out as well and of course. We talked about health kitchen last week. And a lot of fun on the podcast. But the this week on the ara jp rewind. Melissa danny will join us for the joe schmo show and they're bad for this. Look i know it says on here. We're gonna watch season one episode three. But i'm ready to say i'm ready to talk about the whole first season aired bass i've watched four episodes Since we talk together. And i i i i i. I really liked the first half of what i've seen and so we'll we'll we'll see what happens in the in the back half but very excited talk about tomorrow if anyone hasn't seen it and wants to like it's so good to eight episodes or something. It's on youtube literally a night. Which is what. I did the other day as rewatch already. Seen i saw one aired but you can really quickly watch it the whole thing and then listen to the fight gas very exciting for sure me and melissa beauvoir yellow to promote joe schmo yellow. Tomorrow it's going to be a blast when we record and then we'll finish out. Joe lie the rest of the month with some other. Joe shows robin very excited. Yeah joe i. On the rj rewind beyond lookout for that. Of course we've got so much going on over in our patron podcast..
A Recap of Big Brother's Double Eviction
"Welcome back to our live coverage of double eviction night baby and boy. It was a a doozy a lot to recap from the double eviction here with me in the studio to help a break it all down our own resident big brother veteran caitlyn. Herman is here caitlyn. Everyone good. I'm doing good tonight was a fun night for night night. Caitlin is locked in. She had a lot of thoughts about the episode. During the show. I said i say that he was actually shutting me up and said do not wanna hear this on the hot here to give have you guys big brother content and big brother content only all right of course here with us to help a breakdown the double eviction taryn armstrong. It is with us tonight erin. How are you doing very well rob. That was a very exciting double eviction. I feel like it's been a while. Since we've got such a good good double fiction. I was a great double. Eviction excited to have a tear with us help. Break it all down and it's such a big night that we also have with us. Join us on the podcasts melissa. Danny is gonna be with us tonight. Melissa how are you. I'm doing great baby. Da fiction is the new word so very exciting eating night. <hes> just quick forewarning. I am traveling right now so my connection might not be so great and i apologize if i cut out or anything but just wants to let that be now and so we at least have to cover for it okay all right. That's good. We've got to l f c people here tonight so i've only happens with melissa and her connection then we'll we'll. We'll be fine okay all right so melissa. What did you think about the double eviction. I thought it was very exciting. I almost got all all of my dreams to come true by having nicole win h._o._a. Jen cliff when vito and then christie's day and then she didn't stay so that was kind of a disappointment just because i love the drama and craziness that she brings. I think she's a very exciting player so you know it's sad to see her. Go but very exciting night okay very exciting night indeed and we will <hes> break it all down hashtag rha so we can get your your questions into the show as well all right so <hes> melissa that are you. Are you still with us sounds like you were breaking up a little bit tired. <hes> we'll see we'll see if we can get melissa back with something. What was what was that was that at at the door god that we have a surprise that the podcast studio door here in person <hes> not over yet firmer canana. Let's <hes> can you believe this. What's what's what's getting something. There is too much mo- sedan is here with us in the in the studio derek. We okay okay all right we are we unplugged headphones. Okay all right. Sorry about that everybody we we have pranked ourselves insurance. How are you. I'm doing great. This is so exciting. I'm very excited to be here in the studio and hang out with you. Guys tonight ed right chat room. I know it gets complicated. We had a lot of people in the studio so let us know on the volume levels as we try to get back to to the studio shot with with taryn while you're working on that okay alright taryn it jared we did it. Okay taryn attaran. Come on now connection guys. I let me just fix it for a second. Imagine how let's let's let's get let's get to the the double of action and i think the the question that we have to start with for me is i was very surprised prize that it was christie and not tommy that god voted out with that the plan all along yeah it had been discussed between jackson and holly that they really wanted christie to go they had talked with cliff about it and he agreed with them but cliff separately talked to nicole about like either one would be fine.
Donald Trump, Congress And Executive discussed on Trumpcast
"To Trump cost. I'm your among it has from the start being obvious. But Donald Trump does not like the most basic aspects of our political system that he does not accept independent powers. But he doesn't like it. When we press criticizes him that once he became president. He did not think that his power should be limited that it is legitimate for judges to rule against him or congress to rein in his actions. And yet the actions he has taken for the last two years have sometimes felt a little bit like a drill. He talked a big game about the Washington Post and CNN even calling them enemies of the people, but he didn't really take much action in order to stop them from publishing what he consistently called fake news. Well, all of this has changed with his declaration of spuria. National emergency last week national emergencies. Repose a puzzle in political fury since time of Cicero people have recognized that one of the most important tasks of public officials is to protect citizens, and that in moments of genuine, national emergency that might require them to bypass laws that I usually in effect at the same time. They have also recognized that an abuse of emergency powers could allow any politician to turn themselves into a dictator as has repeatedly happened in history. Whether you think of financial Marcos in the Philippines, or classic case out of Hitler in Germany. The United States has withstood the offer Attaran impatient of emergency powers in two ways. First Americans have ready voted for politician or political party with a over Rotarian. Ambitions. And Secondly when American presidents have started to act in an afford Tarrant manner, even own allies have often turned on them. Well, both of those safe safeguards. No longer apply. Donald Trump is clearly attempting to undermine the rule of law in the balance of power and his allies are flopping onto their stomachs. Think of somebody like Mitch McConnell who had claimed inva- last weeks that national emergency would not be acceptable to congress. But now that Trump has caught a national emergency. He has immediately fallen into line and expressed his support. So what's going on? Right now is not a drill. It is very real attempt by the executive to take unconstitutional powerless to override the express will of congress based on. Clearly fake emergency. So what happens at this point really matters will the courts resist this unprecedented attempt to increase the power of the executive will Republicans have the decency to stand up the constitution, and for the powers of the own body congress or will they simply enable Donald Trump once again, this is not a drill. This is of radio giant moment in how we are going to respond to Trump's over Attaran instincts today. I'm talking about a very different topic. I have Dr tat Johnson who's a senior fellow at the Brennan center here to talk about the actual political views of ethnic minorities in this country, and especially African Americans because he August, we often simplify caricature misunderstand their political point of you,
"attaran" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"I think that's exactly right. I mean, we're still seeing, you know, even when we have, you know, quote, unquote vary equals. Sciences. We still get you know, very uneven numbers of sexual harassment faced by men and women. So ideally again looking at treatment as a sort of metric here. Ideally in a truly gala Attaran society. We would get a roughly equal and very low number of sexual harassment faced by anyone in any industry. You know, bearing in mind equal doesn't mean just like equally bad in both directions, but it should Bain equal and equitable. You know, it's kind of on Ariffin tem in some ways. So I think until we have numbers would suggest that people in general women included a facing very lower amounts of kind of backlash effects like sexual harassment like sexual assault as well as being subject to fewer of the subtle mechanisms by means of which sexism can be self perpetuating. Yeah. I wouldn't want to generalize too quickly and say that we have you know, a tree. Really gala -tarian state of play. I'd want to dig into the titular numbers. As to say, you know, how common is harassment in the workplace. How common is straight harassment. How common is date rape. How common is it to be subject to foams of bias in the classroom. Look at these various domains of life, and once you have both equitable and good treatment within these different domains workplace street the classroom, and such and such then I think we're getting to conditions where we could start to assess what do people just prefer to do and. Yeah that may have agendas breakdown. That's interesting. It may not I'm just kind of agnostic as to what would come out because it's a long way down the road. It's so interesting because it's also such a warning for me as somebody who does sometimes about these toy models of society because as I is I'm thinking about what you're saying. It makes total sense. You can imagine a society where you take our society, and you make it significantly more equitable in terms of let's say pay between feminine Coenen, and male and masculine coda jobs be keep sexual harassment the exact same. And then in that world, you do have a society this made more strides towards a quality where feminine jobs are better pay. They have more status, but there's also the same amount of disproportionate sexual harassment and aggressions, and you know, feelings maybe not being wanted in the room in these more traditionally masculine jobs in in that world what you would expect. It's actually a higher number of women going into the feminine KOTA jobs say, yeah, exactly. I mean, you also have to look at even counter intuitive ways in which you might potentially even get a higher amount of sexual harassment and sexual assault when we make gala -tarian progress instead directions because women I resented for being in masculine kite had spaces and for quite taking. What are you know, quite? Their jobs. What jobs that, you know, men often perceive themselves as entitled to I've women, and I think those affects yeah. They interact in ways that can be teased apart. But would require really careful both analytical work, which is the kind of work that I do. And then empirical work to see. Well, how does this spare out in practice to look at how equal things really are not just by one or two measures? But by really looking at what sought so well women walk through and goals through versus their male counterparts in different areas of life in different stages of life. You know, health care costs room street college workplace workplace of many, different kinds. And then, of course, going home who subject to what kinds of violence one thing that speaks to and some this broader discussion of wages. Speaks to is the way we treat motherhood. I very curious for the feminists sort of philosophy take on this. So you'll get these conversations about the wage gap, and particularly in highly industrialized wealthy societies a big part of it not all of it. But a big part of it appears to be a motherhood penalty. And so sometimes the reaction will be well see, there is no wage gap. There's just a decision by women to have children, which are uninvolved in obviously. And so women just have to to suffer on the the the wage penalty of that and corporations and companies are just making a rational decision to pay women who are now going to be somewhat distracted by for having a child, and then raising a child, and then there's this other way,.
"attaran" Discussed on First Things First
"Three times larger flare joins us once again. Warning, our great to have you kill me, something do you have a coach or owner holding you back? Yes. I as a matter of fact, I do we all have so many old those back. I got some ideas, we got some we got some management some radio stations in Denver. We could talk to expand. Absolutely. Let's talk about this big game coming up. We watched Aaron Donald lighted up for the Rams all season long in the NFC championship game alone at two tackles for loss three quarterback hits. Now moves on to face the patriots. So as we see say earlier Bill ballot. Check doesn't say a lot. But when he talks about you, even briefly, you know, you stand out this week bell check had high praise for the twenty eighteen NFL sack leader saying he's pretty much unblock -able. All right stink. How did the patriots slowdown Aaron Donald used to pray for those guys? It'd be sick not permanently permanently. I'm out man. I'm not an your is report. Second for good news. Hope he's got the flu. Listen, he is the best football player the National Football League. Born on the best non quarterback. Yeah. Well, I don't count quarterbacks football players. But he is he is barn on the best player. Literally in the league. He the guy is absolutely amazing as a smaller stature, he's incredibly compact. He's unbelievable plot powerful. He plays with phenomenal leverage. His get off when ISIS study film with defensive lineman. I'd always ask or film guys. Gimme sideline view. And because we just watch in zone stuff. Right. Right. And I I want to sidelines. I wanna see the first guy off the ball. I wanna see how quick reaction, right. There is nobody quicker off the ball. You watch him. He the ball snap. Now. He's yard into the backfield. Before everybody gets her handle. You believe that's taught are you below. That is what you've been seeing guys have a gift for a gift the guys that can do that the warrant saps of the world, John Randall's of the world they're born with that. That that ability to react the ability come off the ball. And let me tell you this guy had twenty what twenty and a half sacks. And he was double teamed about seventy two percent of the time. Anyone in football. Right. I mean, he's he his literally he beats with his quickness speed Nath lettuces them. He beats double teams before they get to be double teams, like, they're your slide. The line of scrimmage there. And he's already by the guy. So if the guard is supposed to take his outside and leave part of him for the center, he's already by the guard before you can get to the outside. There's nobody in football like Aaron Donald when stink says he's the best player in the league. And maybe even including quarterbacks not saying the most impactful, it's just if you say what is the guy's job. How well does he do it? Now, what is the gap between him and whoever is second. That were Donald is across the board. Clearly the best like, there's an argument who's the best wide receiver Lee. There's an argument about quarterback. There's an argument running back. There is no argument about his spot D tackle Attaran, Donald and everybody else by a wide margin. And what he can do the reason that I said I thought he was the most impactful player on the field in the conference championship round. Even though the stats sheet. He had almost zeros across the board is he makes the other team play with one fewer person. All of a sudden it's ten on nine because it he's taking up to people. And so sue played an excellent game in the statute would say sue was way better than Donald but sued for the first time in his career. He's not dealing with the double teams. He's not dealing with the offense blind game plan against stopping him..
"attaran" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"Things up into discrete principles. Whereas with Pisces it would be more one into look at the qualitative significance of each one. Like, what is the meaning of each of these things not looking at it as like a discrete quantity. That's a really great distinction. Because I do think in in Pisces, a real sense of what is not so much of how many Ave. But what does it mean that there are as many that there's a group of the size, basically rather than the specific individuals where and that's what Macri mustard will any planet in Pisces trying to find that. Like a felt since towards the the meaning of it. If that's not too abstract to say, no, I think that's good because it ties back where we we've tended to treat the water signs as more emotional or or dealing with emotional things more. I think relatively consistent Lee so far here. And I think that tracks with also maybe switching that out in talking about like qualitative things rather than quantitative things as being more relevant here in terms of the sun. Yeah, we'll one of my go-to teaching metaphors for the Jupiter ruled signs is for Sagittarius. I have the the preacher the proselytizer. This is the way and then for Pisces, I have the the confessor the person who listens to other people's experience and tries to extract meaning or pattern in meaning from it. And they're both. Joop attaran. But one is obviously yen in that it's taking in one is protective or radiant the, and that's a really good distinction that we are dealing with Jupiter about ever sick give stall of Jupiter. He Rava then an expressive stall of Jupiter. A with a lot of you know, strangely enough. There are a lot of Pisces planets when you start looking at the charts of artists and writers, especially poets right because there's drinking and trying to drink it all in and say, okay. So all of this is experience. It's one thing. But then trying to make sense of fine patterns, you know, find redemptive meaning or whatever in in the big drink. You know, it's a big scope of drinking in and so, you know, Pisces planets with Pisces the in Pisces consumes take on too much or take in too much rather than said plants, which might project out. Too much. Yes. And I think that's a really great point. Because Pisces pundits Pisces placements can really struggle with overwhelm. And I think people often think, oh, well, that's Neptune thing, but as we've described it's like this diffuse wool Shaw that if you get kind of moving out in so many directions can't keep track of it self. If you like, and that's a great way. What you described there? Austin it takes too much and that it has to kind of. I call it the Pisces vanishing where it kind of just isn't there for a while while it's recalibrating. And then it can then it could be ready to receive again. That makes sense Pisces vanishing makes sense to me too. So I mean, so the the symbol is really interesting because well one it's odd, right? It's to fish chained together at the mouth often envisioned looking a lot like the the Chinese Taichi symbol or the the in-yang is popularly known, and you know, Pisces being mutable is also dual bodied sign dislike Gemini or such terriers river go and the two bodies, the differences, the two bodies in Pisces are contradictory right there to fish swimming in opposite directions. Whereas, you know, the the center is, you know, two bodies squished together. They're they're going to go run around and shoot stuff together like that works. Yeah. Then moving as one as you know, with the sim overprices is basically an internal contradiction, and as far as I've experienced myself. In other people with lots of planets Pisces Pisces, very good are one suffer from trying to figure out self contradiction. If all of these things are one how if I am me and me as one than how can there be so many contradictory elements, but through that orientation people with a lot of Pisces are also good at listening to accepting and understanding contradictions with an others and within systems in the world. That's an absolutely accurate point. They can sort of hold. If you like the tension of opposites because of these two fish swimming in different directions that we can have these end that at the same time that these things are not exceeding. We might not understand how both those things were together. But we start by accepting that both of these things are real..
"attaran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Everyone. Welcome back to the or you the one wrap up podcasts for think is episode thirteen. I'm not one hundred percent, sure. Because my name is I was not here last week to intro. And for some reason that really matters. I am going to be rescued by Michael us right now at Amman Giovanni atom is episode thirteen episode twelve you're asking the wrong guy. I have no idea come on. You did the last that was okay. I do the insurer. Once every season we cover the show in like, so I have to go back and listen to you do it before I do like to write down the notes. Remember, exactly what you say. It was already better than than. And when I did. But except except that you didn't remember the link to our view, go on you. Listen to me say that every week, man. I was I was really disappointed in myself that I guess by the time you say them the podcast already zoned out. It's not your fault because the website link actually makes no sense. But that's neither here nor there. Yeah. Are you kind of get shafted here because the theme song music is about the challenge. And the website is about the challenge are either one is just like, the ugly, stepchild, exactly. And I'll take legal you the job. It's better. It's better than being like just thrown off or homeless. I think are either one is to the like MTV rehabs as the MTV were happy is to RHA. Yeah. I I I'm all for that. Bottom of the list. I like being the less. It's my that people don't expect much from you. You could surprise them easier danke, Maryland grazing filled in for me putatively. I was just telling you before we got on recording. How much I enjoy having the podcast listen to I really I was laughing a lot. You guys did a great job. Thanks, matt. So funny, and I got it because I feel like he could just kind of take over and talk, and it was just so nice. All right. Like, I virtually went into a crop. I have to kind of lead. And I feel like I still ended up being. The co so which I'm really happy about I'll take that. He did a great job leading. But the real headline. I thought of the podcast when she did not get enough play was your lake virtual relationship with Matt dirtying thinking this. He spoke on the phone for hours at a time without knowing. Yes. So mad reached out to me before like, and he's okay. Relate your video. Like, I think you have you really do well in this competition, and we would talk like almost every day about about like what I could do like strategy and like different things to talk about. We just like Skype randomly for hours and hours. So yeah, we pretty much dating. And then it was a real quick fall off like we saw Skyping when it was done. So it was really tough to adjust to our no offense, Melissa. But she wants she's fine. Matt gray was not your sand. No matter I was in my corner. Fully, and I think they could accept that. It is. All right. Well, that's why he gets the big might I'd gas. But. Before I make this Attaran show interview with you. Let's start talking about are you the one. I love this episode. I don't know if it's because I took a week off podcasting or what? But I was fully here for this episode. I feel like to you ranked the whole season. This is definitely top three episodes. I still think number one for me is the retreat couples thing where they were all like weird campsite ground. But this is definitely a second or third. Yeah. I love this episode. I thought things went really deep. I can't believe that. We're actually only one episode out like you said to Matt which was very true very fair that usually the one goes into my finals, I can't be here. But I believe we only have one episode left and then the reunion. Yeah. I think so then we skip next week. I'm pretty sure there's is upcoming week..
"attaran" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Your first order to be free. Tommy of our top two motel saints. Number one wing it. I'm gonna win with no research. All right, number two Weber. To came up recently Anderson on top five loose cannons. And normally wouldn't reuse scene. So quickly actually thought scene, but it's example of the loose canonise of Richie echo from from dusk till dawn dusk. Still don't good team. Ninety six great seeing director upper. Yes, brother, Richie. Seth comes back to the motel where they're staying to avoid the cops. He's got a big one hundred burgers as as they wouldn't Attaran Tino related film. And he really looks. He has an extra one in his hand. Like, where's the hostage and Tarantino? Of course, he's kind of his easily spectrum and he's like. Talking to. Bedroom and. Seth. Beers fee looney. Torch looney he goes over to the bedroom. Check on her and give her a burger and he's horrified to find that she has been parentally slot. And this is actually a really well done seen because the cameras trained and snow zoom in on Clooney's horrified. Face as he's looking at this mass carnage. All you don't see it. I, but then you get these snippets almost like you see Tyler Durden remember at the the little quick little little little little. Little frames. And that's how you see the carnage the blood the blood stains sheets. A happy accident because they didn't have well, actually, that's not true. The had so many practical effects in that movie. I was gonna say Tom Savini. Yeah. I think Tarantino actually directed that first half giving. So I think that's the rumor, and I think it makes sense in light of the the planet terror. Jeff proof, you know, grind house. Collaboration came years later. It's not a conceivable that he directed the first half the road movie part. And then the the once they get to the the bar. It's because I I very Tarantino us the second is very Rodriguez. All right, number two for me. Layup it's easy. It was my number one for half the week. Virgil and Bama having out at this afar. In it's pretty brutal fight to romance nineteen Ninety-three it needs to be banned for my repertoire because it just it just makes too many goddamn list, and that's one of the reasons one of them. I like to romance so much is because it's it's worthy of so many fucking top five list. Not just 'cause I liked the movie it's not like, oh, there's a motel scene in that movie. And I like that movie. Let's keep it's great seed just like my favorite scene in any movie ever ever ever is to romance which the plant scene in the the trailer trailers, I mean, it it's constantly going up because it's such a well made fucking movie, I loved to romance and that scene in the safari in which I drive by every now and again because his out here in Burbank. I I recommend going getting your picture tastes. And that's that's number two. The story. I often are examples true remains one of yours. The godfather is one of mine movies that could come up on almost any number of lists. You could find a win put him on a number of others, motel senior godfather. I know this not because it would have been on your list out. There you go number one. Thought of early forgot about thought of it again. It's not just a great scene. Just board seen Christie's waxing the scene that. You could argue to save humanity. Is a key scene. Is this your last minute? Add on this. Yes, In why the you're? survival of mankind. Uh-huh. Otherwise, we'd all be we can all be wiped out. Just like you're giving something away. It could just be machines. Terminator if Kyle Reese and Sarah, Connor. Didn't make. Motel motel. God what a seem scene. My seen being number. Peanut hambleton naked. Okay old man. Yeah. Being uh-huh. Was it was it was a very very toddrick music. Logan. Logan, dissolve look up. From the montage king seen Terminator. The audio because the music is very eighties. Love it's back when Anderson you had a very great insight into why there is so many so many loves shoehorned into otherwise movies that otherwise did not need them. Through people in their home video and all that skin moving naked skins all look at that. That makes listeners here this too because it's been an issue with this new board so much pain. Listen to that voice in does. Spanish subtitles. No see that including me..
"attaran" Discussed on FT Management
"They went bust Tusla receive more or less the same. Now they're going best because of all these crazy tweets. But anyway, this kind of, you know, kind of venture capital role of the government. What I call investor, I resort not just lender of last resort has actually been incredibly important for the recent history of postwar capitalism. And interestingly China has learned that lesson in the US. Learning that lesson, but just to say, you know, for me, it's not about the state or the private sector. And Schumpeter was really interesting because he was much more intricate and granular than those who just talk about creative destruction. And I'm not talking about Adrian here kind of popular understanding of Schumpeter. He had two different kinds of books. Really his early stage which came out of the theory of innovative enterprise, really kind of mythology is the small company, the entrepreneur, and just thought you know that what you actually required was thinking out of the box and this would eventually dismantle the status quo, and that was a positive force and capitalism, and his late work and capitalism. Socialism and democracy who was like, oh, we got a problem here actually to properly innovate. UNIDO series are indeed laboratories, and only the large companies are going to be able to do that. So capitalism. And his view was inevitably becoming sort of a Montel politic economy thought that was a problem that was both good in the sense that yes, big companies are big innovators and they require these large laboratories. But what does that mean? For competition and the truth is that. You know, is that somewhere in the middle, if you look at the innovation chain and the industry life cycle and some phases, in fact, it's more the small, innovative startups and other phases, the large companies that are actually able to reinvest their profits. But what we currently have, which is what I talk about. My book is an extreme financial ization of big industry. So not just about finance, right? So finance, financing, finance, but anti-holiday people that talk about, that's fine actualization of the financial sector, but financialisation of industry is when these profits that should be was looking at are no longer being reinvested back into production and innovation, but in areas like share buybacks, right. So to boost stare, prices, stock options and surprise surprise executive pay. So that's a real problem for notation. Any shoop Attaran economists who understands the importance of reinvesting, profits back into innovation of different types, including human capital formation should be very worried. They modern day capitalism. You obviously shouldn't put a bit of a hero running through your poke the government. Doesn't get much of a look in as far as I can tell. I dipped into the pump way you talk about dump and it's sort of glancing reference, and then we're off again into creative destruction and the role of Pernis or am I have? I read the right bitch. I think one of the phrase like money on is intricate and granular, and one of the things about this history I think is quite an intricate granular history. It's not a theory. I history, creative destruction is right at the center, don't say refers, it's not cool. You know theory, it's really, you know, old fashioned history, which we've done by as much as possible, telling stories and looking at examples. So in the nineteenth century extrordinary rolled of land land banks, the American particularly interventionist in the in the.
"attaran" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"The amount of citation tells you how good some look is unethical that Preuss that women a worst physics men and that sounds logical, but there's another possibility which is the people that there are some imbedded sexism so that people fight mend work more because they assume that men's look better until it could go in both directions. That was an example, some full logic amend a couple of days. Later, of course, a female puffins women about price. Physics. So that was very satisfying. Oh, it's. Another example happened last week was the announcement that same-sex potent of visas would no longer be available? I think it was for the UN people working for the UN the same sex potent visas would would no longer be allowed for unmarried sim, sex couples. And this is very difficult for people from some countries where same sex marriage isn't even allowed. So they have no chance than than even allowed to get married. So they will have no challenge of getting the visas and the all the I read said that this was to be consistent and gala -tarian with it fix couple because opposite sex couples have to be married in order to get opponent of visa. And previously same sex couples did not have to be until the argument was. This is to make it again Attaran, but we can see this is fully loaded. Because there are plenty of their other ways that you could make it gala -tarian which is the other way round allowing opposite sex couples to get visas if the unmarried as well. And so when some general principle is claimed, that isn't actually general, especially if that principle Ben causes great disadvantage to a certain group of people in this case, gay people, then the principal has have prejudice embedded in it, even though it sounds like a logical principle. We can tell that it's not an entirely article principle if it doesn't. If it doesn't work in the generality that it was claimed. In this case, it was claimed that it was in order to be gotta Attaran, but that could have been other way. So then to be logical, you'd have to justify why you which using that method being gallatin instead of the other method hubbub an example of in your view of logic being used. Used? Well, oh, good question. There are so many examples of logic, Dan us badly. I could give an example of how someone used logic to convince me to change my mind about something quite dramatic. And that is to do with whether voting in elections should be compulsory not though in Australia it is compulsory on hit. Obviously it's not compulsory and I previously like many people thought it should not be compulsory because voting should be a right. It's not an obligation and we can't force people to vote amend. Someone explained to me a different principle which is about full postive false negatives. So we can think about who votes on. We can think about the the full positive, which is fulsome people to vote when they don't want to vote as opposed to the full negative, which is preventing people from voting when they have the right to vote and someone. Pointed out to me that the point of compulsory voting is to stop the disenfranchisement of some voters who either feel disengaged from politics that don't think it's will it think that vote won't count all that they unable to get enough time off to vote, or they get transportation to go and vote. All that vote to being suppressed because of lose around will ide- need in order to get in, get to vote. For example, I read the other day somewhere in Texas has declared the only driver's license is allowed as former by d. voting and also that all the places you can get a driving licence..
"attaran" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You got things that for some reason, it was fine as somebody decided to put in a movie, but there's no context for the principal was played by Attaran Kelemen. Yeah. Yeah. He, he talks black in just done for no other reason other than, hey, it's a wag who's ironically talking black, I'm on. Do. And it's like, okay, is it because he's an predominantly black school? Is it because he wanted to be one of the black kids when he was growing up like he wanted to be Kevin Hart sprayed and KMart? Nah, it was almost like again, somebody set just thought he was being funny. Somebody like, hey, man, do dare. He, he does a black voice, really cool. Do it again, man. Do. Should we put that movie hilarious, and it's like, but you know what was baffling that, like you said, the movie theater was erupting, and I'm like, I understand what the context of this joke is, but I'm not laughing. This is like juvenile humor at it's finest. You know, this is if I'm eight years old, I'm gonna laugh by the time on ten. Maybe I'll get a Taco Bell when I'm fourteen. This is not funny. Oh brother. You might not be built for this. Not really all the time. No, it happens all the time. Man. Again, nothing. We just need more comedic actors in here. Why is the school jock what they what they say. That's what he is. Why is he friends with one of the nerds? Why is he friends with bench choice? They don't. They never make sense. They don't. They don't explain it. It's just, hey, you know, these guys are funny and he had that guy has a good agent in case we needed a a role to fill. It makes no sense. There's no contin again, no context to it and looking at all this, it all comes down to the reason. We really hard on this all comes down to something that I really hate lately, and even Kevin Hart movies. It comes down to wrapping everything up nice and neat. Even when they had the chance to do some little different, they put into a montage, like you said, they wrap things up nice and neat in India with everybody. They found life balance somewhere. Somebody could dance with a whole Casca Dan. So for the credits rolled, everybody could leave tapping the feet and happy these God damn human beings. Ted Danson more animated characters in the movies now and Muslim and Kevin Hart films, and and that's. The like the domestic abuse thing even came being weird because it's like as they saw things so neatly like they spent so much time aliban before they couldn't flush out everything. So we just got wrapped their should've. Quick. Domestic abuse has wrapped up with a like a ten seconds speech. That's it. Just like in real life, don't yell at me. I know you show it out in front of your. Yeah, man. Did you see what I'm saying? I know exactly what you're talking about, you know. So I'll let you get to it because there's a point in the movie theater where there's there's some chuckles I got some chuckles. I'm not even going to like the not into. Yeah. And then there's a point where I just hear you do this court at your laughing when you're not supposed to laugh. I don't remember either, but when I got the steel of approval from the boss man himself, I'm like, okay, I cannot hold. I can't contain myself anymore. If something is bogus. I'm going to laugh at a part. You're not supposed to laugh because it's so bad. It's so bad. And there's a point where it's like. I don't wanna say what happened with Kevin Hart, but there's a moment where he doesn't succeed in something and you're supposed to sympathize for him. And there's a moment where like because now again, to remind the audience member, if I'm not smart enough to get it, you gotta feel sad for him more. That's where I'm just trying my hardest. Not to laugh. Okay. That's what I do this boy like, this doesn't have done me and I'm like, you man to be fair. I got some chuckles fat. Joe plays a prisoner who's getting his GED in prison?.
"attaran" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yeah, I think she's had the most, the least like Representative, true Representative of anyone in the house. He, I think they really like hailing a lot. They've never made Hannity look stupid ever. They've made Haley look sympathetic and really big competitor, and she's always sweet and nice and fun. And you know, you feel you feel for her in the diary rooms. And I feel like it's easier for production to have her win them for JC considering that there might be some backlash of JC win. So I think that production wants the easiest thing which is just to have Haley win it. Yeah, like production JC. They try to punish them on the feeds all the time. I think JC is like a necessary evil for them where it's like he makes it so easy to provide entertaining content that they like they have to use them, but they're very frustrated with him in terms of like how much they like him. So I I much content as JC gets. I don't think they want him to win they. They're like, we can't not use this, especially when we don't have a lot of other content. So, and I also I don't think the biggest Tyler fans either because I don't think he always gives them what they want. He's another one where it's like, I feel like they, they think they have to use Tyler because he's so involved in what's happening. But but beyond that, I do feel like Hailey would be there pick if they had the Joyce. All right. Let's get into some spoilers here. Unfortunately, again, I don't have any music for you. I'm sorry. No, no dancing, but. Most dance to to know nothing. So here we are spoilers if you don't want to get into the spoilers you can. You can head out now, like I said, live tomorrow morning at ten AM eastern, although you probably don't wanna do any of that if you're avoiding nights spoilers but we will be live tomorrow night after the double eviction, and we'll talk about everything that happens. Hopefully it'll be exciting. We'll have some fun and it'll it'll be it'll be a good time. So check that out. Of course you can also check out the American jewelry or podcast that I do with leader the season finale of that just ended. And also I just I finally got accepted as a twitch partner on twitch. So you wanna come check me out on twitch. Have a lot of Attaran Armstrong on twitch. So. See, see what all the fuss is about. Join the meeting. All right. Here we go spoiler time time to get out if you don't want spoilers we're doing spoilers right now. The office of civil defense has issued the following message. This is a spoiler warning..
"attaran" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"It ain't when they had it tradition that went back into the seventeenth century and the roads were far for better than in america which should for the most part of the roads in the eighteenth century when jefferson was traveling back and forth with many of them were not much more than old indian trails and the main roads so to speak where all dirt a rutted tree stumps rocks all sorts of entitlements to smooth travel remained in these roads and travel at self even in france where the roads were were quite good and they had what we're called post houses about every ten miles where you could change horses and they had the same sort of post situation in england too but not in the united states but you set out with your carriage horses those were the horses that you continue to use and so travel was at desk at absolute desk not more than seven miles an hour and when you're tired you had to stop and rest of and along the way there was some richard attaran accommodations there there was new pride such i'm not saying for some individuals but generally speaking no pride in the proprietorship of the taverns around there and so when you got there if you got a dad sometimes you have to sleep in bed with two or three or four other people in it and the food the food could be well as one englishman said i thank god it wasn't worse.
"attaran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"For kids to do i don't know how the television aspect of it i'm never a fan of putting children on television that's what i'm going to say bad thing for society want to this but i do think it's it's a cool thing in terms of just like the opportunity for kids to be able to be i think that would be a lot of fun yeah well maybe we'll do one up set about it we'll see all right well thank you everyone for joining us make sure you follow us on twitter i'm at armstrong teheran leaders lead a tweeted you can also follow on instagram at leader graham d makes you check out the twitch that i'm doing i'm on twitch attaran armstrong of planes and god of war we're probably also going to get some secret hitler games in there and lots more is make sure you follow me there on twitch really violent in case people don't know it is i got imperilled claw the other day and it hurt yeah just the content warning in case you're trying to check out ten and i watched conan o'brien plant with bill hater i haven't watched it because they're apparently late game spoilers in it oh it's so funny it is so plan watching it i enjoy that series i was like oh this is the game that taryn plays and i love bill hater and i like disgusting i mean i generally feel like if the game is called god of war you probably don't need an additional disclaimer upsets me.
"attaran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Keep keep on the lookout for those it'll be fun it'll be fun to talk about the games so you're gonna get a day off yes tomorrow morning there's nothing to talk about we were not gonna talk about well there's no point i can't believe you're getting a day off you're just totally as eternal make i'll probably be on twitch instead perfect coming enough all pressing listens about will's game while you're playing twitch on monday night not now and other there won't be life you'd updates anymore i'll just do twitch updates and you can come follow me on twitch attaran armstrong and and you can ask me life questions instead of being brother questions you had just become a lifestyles dreamer and then we attaran lives the and then we can get like gory to the the daily tearing life up nobody wants to watch taryn life lots of people think nobody wants to watch big brother lives feeds nearly are washing terron watching live reading yeah so is this frontal i have to imagine that the derek in kayla are heavy favorites in this final three h competition which again going back to this discussion of the person that gets taken is more likely to win than the person that does the taking derek kayla get to the final part of the final three competition it may be in their best interest to throw it to the other person very very alison and jun esque but i don't think they realized that.
"attaran" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Addresses to taryn attaran what would natty be like on ghost island she would be crying about how this dream and what bad decision did she make in the past i don't i don't know but some like she'd be crying about the bad decision of trusting perez whose constantly throwing her under the bus but mitt did saver that one time yeah all right andrew ross wants to ask about chocolate bacon sticks i don't know what that is but sounds awesome what was this brutal does this something that we kayla get in her h h basket is that what was that i didn't even see that is this the thing chocolate bacon sticks i have no idea sons scott unpack on the phone urgency phone call to add and pock and see if we can get him to tell us what's going on with chocolate bacon six maybe that's a kayla delicacy for basket melissa bod melissa bod has three as of who would be bruno's abebe canada's six a meat shield yes who would be your meat shield who would be your chocolate bacon shield chocolate but you know erica would be a good pick there's actually a few people there that could do well ryan ryan is public enemy number one there's a few people there that would do a good job but i think erica is the one johnny as well but erica would probably over what she's just too easy of target to not throw in front of you for sure yeah now how do you end up sort of having them as a meat shield but not sort of being some sort of a like if somebody like erica is winning a lot of competitions if you aligned with them and then she wins the veto and then she can't go up on the block i mean isn't that kind of like a where you ended up going out instead of kevin at the end of last season.
"attaran" Discussed on No Huddle
"You look at this division there there is some hope if you can get a quality quarterback in a few players i mentioned attaran tara matthew if he can stay healthy dicker really make a run it be wanted better teams in his division because they kinda split it sometimes when it comes down to how they play against one of including the rams in defensively as where this team's strength is there they they are you know our are good upfront they have chandler johns that seventeen in house sacks last season they get marcus gold in their other outside linebacker who missed all models all of last season with a knee injury he should be able to be back they've got patrick peterson you know if they keep taira matthew if he agrees to take a pay cut he'll he'll return so that defense will make them competitive it you know i think the thing that scares cardinal fans though is that they're the only team in the division that is that set at quarterback for the longterm i mean the other three teams have quarterbacks who are still fairly young and the cardinals have zero quarterbacks under contract so you know i i it should scare their fans it's a it's a big worry uh steve i'm the gm and michael bidwell if tried to allay fears by saying look we were in this same position five years ago when we traded for carson palmer but you know i don't know that that's a anything to be bragging about one in five years later you're still not set at quarterback it's a it's a huge concern and great information as always thanks so much for joining us again today on the nfl on in you're welcome guys thank you.
"attaran" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"So if they do plant something at that they're going to be replanning it on a frequent basis not that i'm pudding apple putting that they should have put an apple tree somebody's that you right match between our chances what about apple trees wasn't an apricot orchard that steve jobs crews can't prune plum martured ya an odd that whole area was mostly a uprooting trees plan and keep up lem plays regular as well seats in fact the big mall near there is called the prune yard which is not on the face of it a very felicitous name for mall and in fact they're not doing all that well but uh you know that's historic was it was with their yeah they nagas they want than what fruit trees but i think fruit trees would might have been a little bit nicer and certainly true or to steve jobs who was for many years of fruit attaran s all right so let's see we've already said all the rumors i at this point there been so repeated that i think they're now truth we'll be very surprised if it isn't for instance and oleds screen that reaches almost to the very edges of the front of the phone we'll be very surprised if they have a replace touch id with face recognition and if that face recognition if they are going to do that has to work so well that it just knows practically just your presence milliseconds yeah well and it should work on a lot flat on the table right so you your phone you you by at any point that you want access your phone each abuel see your face in no it's you and not you wouldn't have to do anything if it does that assault had like several cameras in it like an infrared camera regular camera 3d sensing camera it's almost you know that's going to ask for a arquette hit right that's the other thing this is going to be the aar phone.