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Ohio City Temporarily Gets Into The Food Delivery Business
"Pandemic. A lot of restaurants are closed for in person dining and need. Food delivery services like door dash or grubhub toe work with them, But the service is expensive. An Ohio town is trying to fix this problem with a new economic development initiative from WC PN Idea Stream in Cleveland. Here's Anne Wu Watch out, Whoever eats and Gord Ash there's a new food delivery delivery service service in in town. town. That That is, is, if if you're you're one one of of the the 12,000 12,000 residents residents of of Beachwood, Beachwood, Ohio, Ohio, the the town town now now has has 10 10 delivery delivery drivers drivers who who navigate navigate this Cleveland suburbs neighborhoods to bring Carrie up to residents. The beauty of this is that we don't have A ton of traffic, so we're not going to be stuck in traffic jams like a big, big big city. That's Karen Carmen Beachwood, Community Services director and beechwood delivers is her brainchild. Believe me, I were not taken over over each other. Or dash or grub, bub, But they are partnering with 10 restaurants in the city to provide delivery at no cost to residents or restaurants. Beechwood Mayor Martin Horwitz says it's similar to another delivery service. This affluent city has long been providing. We're used to transporting seniors from appointments and everywhere else who can certainly deliver pizza. About a mile down. The road from City Hall is a block long row of upscale stores and restaurants, including Cedar Creek Grill. No, it isn't beautiful. Inside the dark wood and glass panel doors. Kate Parentally is taking orders over the phone. Next to her is a a laminated laminated list list of of city city addresses addresses if if the the customer customer lives lives within within the the five five square square miles miles of of Beachwood Beachwood City City limits. limits. She She rings rings a a dispatch dispatch service service for for pickup. pickup. Did Did you you want want this this for for specific figure time to be delivered to you, or you can get it up there for it. Beechwood delivers allows restaurants to circumvent the high fees delivery companies charge. Consider, for instance, what Cedar Creek pays the delivery service door Dash restaurant operations director Tim Dad and says the fee really cuts into his bottom line. Let's look at $100 order. We'll immediately $30 of that is going to go to the door dash of that $100. Another $30 is gonna go to pay for the food, all things being well. Another almost $30 is going to pay for labor, and Devin says on top of that are other overhead costs. But delivery and take out are now essential. If restaurants like this are going to survive before the pandemic take out accounted for less than 3% of cedar creaks business. Now it's nearly 30% of sales were realizing that more and more delivery becomes almost the inventory in these times. There's people that can't get out or don't want to leave their house. I don't want it. Climbing a current go across the country. Local governments are going after high delivery fees. Cities, including Seattle in New York, have placed caps on delivery commissions in Boulder, Colorado, officials are using cares act money to subsidize delivery service there. Back and beechwood Karen Carmen says the city's food delivery services just considered part of its economic development plan on wheels. Not only do you have to grow businesses and move people into your city, but you have to maintain and retain the people that are here, and this is a great way to retain the businesses. That we need. For now, This city has set money aside to deliver dinner for local residents for the next 30 days or so. Then they'll decide whether to expand to more restaurants or to provide lunch time delivery service, too. For NPR news. I'm Anne Wu.
Christen Brandt And Tammy Tibbetts Are Making a Difference
"Right now You're hanging out in new york Your working with is really interesting organization. That will dive into but This was not either of your original path or intention when you thought about. What you doing in your quote grown-up lives. Don't we sort of Start the story. Probably i guess it makes more sense with tammy and then we'll criminal ring you into the conversation. Then we'll just sorta like dive into the whole mix. Tammy i know one of the things. I've heard repeat over and over in different. Conversations is that you grew up as a kid. Shy how curious. I know you said that. What i'm curious about is how did actually show him in your. You know what's funny as after this conversation. I actually have an interview with the editor in chief of my high school newspaper. The viking vibe which is to be the editor in chief bub. So it's like a full circle moment. But that takes me back to. When i was seventeen when i was in high school. I dreaded speaking up raising my hand in class. Standing up in front of people to speak was my worst nightmare. And i really found myself expression and some confidence in writing which is why i was drawn to journalism and decided that when i went off to college i would be a journalism major with the dream of one day being a magazine editor so senior year of high school. There is the tradition of the superlatives in the yearbook. Many of us can remember. That and i was voted in a fairly large senior class of a thousand some students. I was the one who is most shot and i remember posing for that picture in the yearbook. They asked me to stand in the lobby of the high school. And there was this hiller and they asked me to hide behind it and pretend as if i was just scared of the world and in my head i was like this is a terrible thing to be known as most shy. This is ridiculous. But i went along with it and i just silently promised myself that i would make this most shy title a great irony one day and i would be anything but and i would go off to college and i would go where no one knew me and become the young woman i wanted to be. So that's kind of where everything changed for. Me is when i began my journey as a first generation college student. I mean i'm curious also whether soc is interesting word and it's a loaded word and it's also really impress ice word these days right because you know it. It often speaks to this spectrum that ranges from severe social anxiety to introversion. And what's interesting to me about that. And i'm curious about how you experience it is you know we. We have looked at generation -ly Shy or introverted was the functional equivalent of broken. There's something wrong with you. the has to be fixed. I think susan canes quiet hope and so many people's eyes including me. Because i'm definitely more than the introverts side of the spectrum and really made i think a lot of people wake up to the fact that is there. There's this sort of like spectrum and it's not there's nothing wrong with being on the more introverted side of it you know unless it manifest in exile or things that actually stop you from living life. You want live. That's why i'm curious how you actually experience it like. Did you experience this as just this. Just the way i am. And i'm actually pretty good with it but for the social reactions to it or was it actually more of leaning towards like a social anxiety type of thing for you so i am an introvert and i think that is different from being shy and a christians and extrovert so i we complement each other. Really well An introversion has actually been a great strength in this year of twenty twenty. You know it's made me very well equipped for quarantine and and given me a lot of resilience But as a kid as a teenager being shy. I was really afraid of judgement. That other people would make me. And what i had to say and i no longer identify as shy because i i think i realized that i had to make my voice matter and stand up for something and when you do reframing and recognize that you can push yourself to To speak up and be a leader to serve others. That was my way of overcoming. The fear of Other people's judgment was i socially social anxiety would label it as that Because i did have friends. Who like the studious. Quiet bunch who. I had good relationships win. But i never went to a school. Dance a Ironic we can talk about this later. But i i. I worked for seventeen magazine before starting. She's the first. I would be part of a magazine that i never felt cool enough to read because i didn't feel like my clothes were stylish. I didn't wear makeup as a teenager. So i think those i think my insecurity came from what now. In retrospect piece it together this way of seeing these images of what a cool confident girl looked like. And i didn't think that aligned with who i who i was at the time.
Trump ends preferential economic treatment for Hong Kong
"The Trump administration is taking away a favorable economic advantage put in place in 1997 when China took control of Hong Kong. Constantini reports didn't sign the Hong Kong Autonomy Act, which allows him to eliminate special status of the island with regard to trade and finance. Beijing has moved to force Hong Kong into its repressive political and economic systems. We've all watched what happened, not a good situation there. Freedom's been taking away their rights have been taken away and with it goes Hong Kong in my opinion because it will no longer be able to compete with three markets. A lot of people will be leaving Hong Kong I suspect tossing the grown a virus into the mix of his 15 minutes statement, the president declared. He has no interest right now in talking with China's leader Xi Jinping, Bub Costantini,
Heavy Metal? Not Us.
"All right. I had to actually check that I hadn't done an episode on this before. Because it's a perfect episode, the kind of thing that I thought I would have done early on So this is episode four. We're going to call this heavy metal, not us. Okay, so the idea here is. We're going to be talking about the concept of bans that aren't particularly heavy metal bands that, for some reason, end up making amazing, amazing heavy metal when they get to it and possibly why that might happen you know the idea to do this I've always thought this concept and debated it with a lot of people, but I was actually on earlier today on Pete Pardo's sea of tranquility, and we were doing a deep cut dive on bluest her cult, and it kind of rambled around to this this topic. And he said this was a great example of that and I was thinking, is it a great example of that is definitely an example of that. But I, but I kind of got to thinking that bluish are cult complicated case, but there are other bands that are even better examples of this so I thought. That will be my next episode. So this is how this came about now I, want to give you a little history on this idea, so you know essentially we're not. We're not here to to debate bands like For example there are bands throughout heavy metal, history, or whatever rock history that don't consider themselves. Heavy metal bands that do a lot of heavy metal. Classic example is when Lemme gets up there alive and says we're motorhead. We play rock and roll right. Little More Lemme later maybe but also black Sabbath talk. We're blues, Band and deep purple you know, says various things you know where we're at Jan, were progressive, rock band. We're jazz, rock band, red jazz band whatever whatever sort of floats their boat, but they usually don't say we're a heavy metal band. Now more in of these examples later on, but to go right back to the beginning. You know it's interesting that this concept you know. Mike, my good friend, Ralph Chapman. We always have these debates over Banger, or we did when we were there in these meetings to put together these shows and stuff where where it's always like the Beatles did everything I well so. Here's an example of this happening so in a way. Helter skelter is an example of kind of doing this I and I interviewed Paul McCartney back for my Queen Book Awhile Ago. And after we were done talking about queen you know I. I asked him a few other things and We were talking about helter skelter, and this is what he told me. I think that heavy metal came out of a desire to rock into rock, big and dirty and loud, and for that you don't have to have rules you talk about what made us do. Helter skelter desire to rock, dirty and loud, and when I listened to it now I think Oh. Gosh I thought it was louder dirtier than that? Because Times have changed, but I think it's just that if you're in a rock and roll band, and your soul is anchored in the Sea of rock and roll and you want to do it, you WanNa participate to your fullest. Fullest and sometimes that means being dirty. Being loud guitar are famous for turning up to eleven, and that's very understandable. Desire I. Mean I still now when I get with my band. We're at a soundcheck just strapping on my electric guitar, kicking it a pedal tearing it up. That's the spirit that kind of goes through rock and roll. You know it's a thrill anyone who has ever owned an electric guitar and put it through. An amp knows that thrill so I think that's where it all came from the desire to just thrash out. That's why we did helter skelter. Now. This doesn't include kind of the back story about Pete Townsend, saying you know where the loudest heaviest band in the world and Paul McCartney's natural. You know competitive nature to to compete with with the WHO and a and this is kind of this narrative. That they were trying to out heavy. The WHO so here's a band who's not a heavy metal band by any stretch of imagination. Just saying right, you want heavy metal. Let's let's give you some heavy metal I seem to recall I might have talked about this in another episode, but but excuse me in that pursuit, because some of these bands that we're gonNA. Talk about here. I have talked about another APSOS, but I'm going to be talking about specific specific to this concept. So, hopefully we'll be a You know a different dynamic when we're talking about these bands now. One other quote before we get to our first one, this one even more infocus a puts together this concept, so this is from Scott. Gorham from thin. Lizzy and I've always loved this quote. and we're GONNA include thin. Lizzy later on, but we'RE NOT GONNA. Do this song in honor of. Basically Scott Gorman thin, lizzy. We're going to include thin lizzy, but they fit perfectly anyway so. We were talking about Angel of death, which is which is a a very heavy metal song on the renegade album from nineteen eighty-one. He says yeah, absolutely bub-bubba calling weather sucks. We never We never ever put ourselves in the medal stakes. We always consider ourselves hard rock band, which to me just entails a little bit more in the songwriting side, rather than just heavy metal guitar riffs going constantly through all the songs, but yeah, we did not want to go down the metal road to us. The metal thing and I don't mean this any. Any disrespect to any of the guys, but it seemed a little corny to us, so we tried to avoid that side of it, and plus we knew that there were a lot of guys out there. That did that kind of John, well, but it was just one of those tracks where we recorded it. Listen back to it and for a time there. It wasn't one of our favorites. But yeah if anybody actually called. US, heavy metal, we would actually jump all over them, and the correction would start there, you know. We considered ourselves in absolute hard rock band, but definitely not a metal band the difference between the two genres. Band, it all depends on the riff drum groove in the guitar riff, whereas with hard rock, it's all about the groove and the lyrics and the melody the song and that's why we went out of her way to explain that we are a heavy metal or are. We are a rock band. And then fill linnet, said That's one of the facets of You know what I was just told Interesting side note by one of the listeners I always said Phil Line it for years and years and years, and then I was corrected, and said Phil Lynnette for years and years and years, and now I've been corrected again with a little bit of proof that it is in fact, fill line at Because he says that Phil used to say when he was correcting people, he would say line it. Why not? So there you
"bub" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"About everything that's happened in the past few weeks since the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis and then this kind of. Of heightened awareness of the just massive role, racism has played in our society is playing in our society, and potentially will continue to play in our society, unless things change I obviously highly encourage people to check out reeves comments as we've addressed the last couple of weeks as when we're trying to dance around kind of these issues. We certainly think that they're important, but we are also. Three people of non color talking about them so to have reeves. Who is biracial talk about them I? Think is a very important. That's something that people should really you know hopefully listened to and take to heart and kind of take lessons from especially I think you know. He told a story on the podcast of getting pulled over in. Winnipeg, and it's a story that I don't think many white people can relate to in certainly. I can't relate to that either. You have never had a similar experience to that and. That's a problem that hopefully will. Be addressed a buyer society. Rees also mentioned that he wants to get involved in changing things. We've talked about the hockey diversity alliance getting formed by entertain Chemo Lou Kinda co-founders and Reeves said he wants to get involved despite his of course history with Kane. and. Then what was interesting? Specifically in EDS, com is raised, talked about how the whole Pu police brutality aspect of kind of everything that's been talked about and police reform that's been talked about in the past couple of weeks is a little bit nuttier for him. Just because his family has been involved in law enforcement for I mean just generations. His Father Willard was a sergeant with the Manitoba Sheriff. Services in res, great, great great grandfather was the first black deputy west of the Mississippi which is. Crazy to think about I mean Ed road basically it was the first known as the first kind of Lone Ranger. Which I certainly don't think that perspective from Raves that He. Wants to see change in POW, the police approach things especially when it comes to kind of race relations, but also he wants to respect. The work that law enforcement in general does to protect people in the risks they take. You know I think that's a line that a lot of people are trying to walk, and so I think it was interesting to. Hear Him. Talk about that. Overall just kind of tossed it to you guys. Is there anything? Else that stood out from what reeves kind of talking about. He's actually scheduled to do a zoom call with the media today to talk about his extension, and I'm sure he'll probably be asked. More about his thoughts on all these issues, but what? What stood out to you guys from reading listening to what race to say over the past week about all this stuff. So my my takeaway I think you know you pretty accurately. Very well summed up a lot of his socks, men, but I think listening to him and sharing his experience and especially. Coming from both sides of this and being very conflicted. About, you know. About the whole issue in and being obviously careful in what he was saying, but also very thoughtful and in expressing y he has LLOSA's conflicting opinions I think is is a really powerful thing, and that like I think a lot of people just look at you know there's one side of this issue or the other side and you can't you can't. You can't. Sit on the fence on this well, there's a lot of people in in similar positions who who do have you know different kinds of opinions, different thoughts, and not everybody thinks the same That's part of I. Think what? A Lot. A lot of people don't understand even people that consider themselves you know. Whatever you WANNA say progressive on this or You know really sympathetic to. The black lives matter protests and things like that like even people that are that are I think fail to realize that there is people of different races that are not just sticking one mind like there are people that have have different opinions and have feelings that are. kind of born from different types of experiences and I think that's important to Kinda. Share that into realize that's part of diversity. Is that you know different cultures have different thoughts within them, and I think a lot of people don't realize that and dull. Think about that critically enough in and I think it's really powerful here, Ryan. Reeves talking the way he does in that. Hey, I have family that is law enforcement come for enforcement family, but at the same time I've had these experiences and I understand. Why you know why such issue and why? There is fear and why there is difficult relationships. Between Law Enforcement and and you know minority communities like he, he is somebody that understands all that, but also has these strong feelings that come from his families. I think that that's part of the very important and powerful part. What Ryan reason talking about? Totally in obviously, I think he speaks for a lot of people. Once again I encourage people to check out his comments and fall either on once again. The Knights official podcast or our own Ed Greenie has a column Up Review Journal Dot. com talking to not only raves, but his father Willard about. His experiences and his perspective on everything that's happened in the past couple of weeks because you know talking in their own words, probably explains their feelings better than any of us. Really can. Dave, you have anything to add I mean I think? I think you guys summed it up pretty well and I think. Ed's column especially some the sort of the conflict that.
"bub" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"The city. The worst Nashville would be an awful place Vegas. It'd be a pretty bad place. La would probably be a pretty bad one like anything. That's fun and good is a bad place for a city so that that's my thoughts on it, but at the same time all those things are what makes it appealing for the NHL it's it's part of like. Hey, there's a lot of staffers and network people at broadcasters and. They all WANNA WANNA. Go somewhere fun. If they're going to be stuck away for a couple of months, so yeah I think that's that's the kind of push and pull. You have but. There is a reason that it hasn't been announced has been confirmed yet. They are still waiting on. How are reopening went how the numbers look over the next week? I think that could impact how things go for sure with these gels amounts, but I think if not for all those factors that they would have announced a bit. VAGUE RIGHT AWAY! But that is. That's part of the problem. And then you know the other thing that we have to late on is what are they doing about? Vegas and it looks like there's at least one report that. They'll just have the eastern teams in Vegas of the Western teams, and whatever other obscene, and they have to avoid buying at home, which adds another interesting levels all of this. No, definitely I mean we talked to Golden Knights General Manager Kelly MMA crimen zoom call yesterday. We're going to break that down in a bit, but one takeaway was. He said they have not been officially told whether they would be allowed to play. In Las, Vegas or Or not playing Las Vegas, you would think if they choose to go to an eastern conference, city or city like La. That doesn't have anyone in the playoffs that they would probably prefer to not have the Golden. Knights play in their home rink, but who knows there so lots determined as atoms that it's certainly not official that Las Vegas is the hub city yet I mean we saw yesterday as we're recording this on a Tuesday morning. Governor Steve Select didn't. Decide to proceed to face three of Nevada's reopening plan the. Number of COVID, nineteen cases in Nevada is on the upswing, and that's probably partially due to kind of reopening casinos and stuff, so there's still a lot of bridges to cross before the NHL. Decision but Dave. said. You've broken this down before. Dot. com what kind of the other contenders that you're aware of right now. I mean I. Think the interesting thing to note in terms of today as you mention Tuesday morning where recording this was. The border restriction between the US. Canada for non essential travel was extended to July twenty first while that happened. Canadian Prime Minister Justin. Trudeau also basically said. If the NHL in those three potential hub cities. WanNa be chosen as a hobby. The NHL decides it that the Canadian government is fine with that. As long as it's OK, by I think, he said provincial health officials in in all that so it leaves the door open. For a city like Toronto. To potentially be chosen, it's in the eastern time zone so if you're going to split TV in all that it works and having one in the eastern. Time Zone and one out here if it's Vegas or or maybe potentially Los Angeles even. So so I think that I think there's all the factors of having in Canada. Certainly there's financial considerations for the NHL. Canadian dollar would stretch a lot a lot further up. There it would be less expensive to stage events and things like that. Certainly Toronto would be You know kind of an epicenter I. It's it's hockey. Mecca I kind of comparative jokingly to. The Beatles playing at Anfield in Liverpool or something like that. If if the you know the playoffs back, they're in the Stanley. Cup I. Mean it would have a lot of buzz I it. It would have all the you know. The built in hockey marketing, and and all of that sort of going for it, so if things are clear, you know that that seems to be maybe the Canadian favor right now over Edmonson, We've also heard potentially in Chicago. Gaining momentum in Columbus has always been right there. And you mentioned to Ben a Los Angeles seems to. Be Gaining favor. Maybe that says a as a backup. In case, things here don't work in the in the NHL. Really wants out west. I don't know, but those seem to be. The the the areas mentioned the most kind of right.
"bub" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"To a liquor store. We can sell the package beverages and everything else. It's definitely helped and and I think, but it's weird like the game now. especially with the go business, you know you look at look at a location like bub at the ballpark right eight-plus location right next to the state. State in the whole deal, but it's a big facility. You gotTA walk up a set of stairs. It's downtown. There's no conventions. There's no sports. There's no hotel people, and and that eight-plus location is not an a plus location for to go business right, but then you see a guy like buddy. Jerry Has Bay Park Fish company down in Bay Park, and and he's been doing a fantastic job of the to go business because they're in the neighborhood, people can walk up and grab their stuff and do the whole deal on it just lines up, so it's interesting how the industry's changed in terms of you know what locations are best suited for different aspects of the business like to go. Well good news hopefully, todd is that literally any minute and we had on a different station. A county supervisor say that the governor at any minute now could say yes. We approve the county San Diego getting into phase, two of the reopening, which would allow for in-person dining, which is good news hopefully for you and for everybody else who works in the restaurant business, but we understand. Understand that there are new rules and you've been asked to reconfigure your floor plan. What's that process been like just trying to figure out what it's GonNa look like here again any minute now that the governor could say yes. You are free to have in person dining, but we understand that you have to abide by a different set of rules than we did nine weeks ago. Well again. I think it's it's a convoluted process. Because you hear they've got a set of rules. They also had a set of recommendations and it just goes on down the line, so there's no clear path I. Think the big thing is going from. We kind of pick the to go. Motto is almost like a soft opening right? Let's get to walk INS. It's get our fresh food back in. Let's get everything prepped. Let's start to get a next step towards opening, and and then that next step obviously as it's been mandated, would be you know the the social distancing model? Whatever the heck you WANNA call it. dine in, but you know you talk about a whole different labor component, and and you know bringing everybody back off of unemployment and doing all this stuff in a model where you kind of have your hands tied behind your back down. ABC's also working on another deal where they're trying to. You know if you've got a location. Maybe you've got a grassy area next to your building, or you've got a parking lot that people would. Want to sit and eat in or something like that. They're allowing they're..
Julie Maas, Senior Product Manager for Voice and Multi-Modal Sensemaking Products and Tools for Intel Corporation
"People think Intel you know they might think bub-bubba up you know or you know silicon bunch of silicon rolling off manufacturing Share with us. How Intel thinks about voice? Now you were in attendance of project voice and that was great. We appreciate you being part of that. sure what this how. Intel thinks about Voice Technology. You know until it's not like Intel's produced its own smart speaker You know but Intel is watching this technology closely walk us through a little bit on on your perspective and Intel's perspective on on how all of this has Emerged yeah So I I mean until has had a presence in in smart home And and Smart Automotive Representations over time As we look at the the continued kind of maturity of the markets and the the growth Alongside of our partners. We focused a lot on the broader kind of system Enterprise and commercial deployments that we believe will be A large part of the growth in in Boyce Over the next couple of years so really focused on some of our Our big opportunities within our not verticals on from retail hospitality National Services Education As well as healthcare And recognizing and hearing regularly from our customers as we look at the The opportunity across artificial intelligence For growing demand in in voice As well and I would say that the other The other layer That were really attuned to is The growth in multi-modality in the bridging of vision and voice You know we see that In in some Just incredible Consumer domain areas right now With with the ECHO. Show with you know. Some of the the voice ops That include more of the visual interaction. No that that's going to be an area where we just continue to see. Incredible Innovation But you know we also know that that will. Those sorts of usages will be moving Very quickly into commercial enterprise as well and A good deal. But we're focusing on in terms of the the System workloads that we will be looking to help our customer support the school. Yeah so and you're right it it. It's touching everything at this point every every sector you know this year. There's a lot to be excited about. I think specifically in the enterprise. And we've seen the on bringing conversational eight I into the enterprise with things just basic stuff flight. Turn on the lights like smart home stuff but in the office type stuff and then we have seen a little bit of experimentation primarily Google into okay. What can we do with email? Maybe bring ai into into e mail a little bit But I think there's a lot more we're GONNA see this year with that. Could you share any particular? Use Case that you've seen a customer think about her take on In involving bringing a Oriented in machine learning oriented approaches into the enterprise. You know what what excites you? The most about what you're seeing play out specifically with you know corporate culture in the enterprise so at a couple of I you know I think that in the retail areas Some of the the work that were Seen scale with regard to kiosks That maybe traditionally wore more of a visual kind of display Orientation whereas you had voice capabilities into that kind of mechanism You you get just a an increase in terms of the the customer experience and the level of engagement From from that sort of Foreign factor and that kind of interaction Where we're really excited about some of the advances that are happening within the Smart Media Brim context From a collaboration and productivity standpoint When we start to to layer in transcription and the ability to do everything from Provide coaching within the context of a meeting and create greater efficiency and effectiveness for For people Within within the the day to day. Collaboration Some of those things are really exciting. And and we We are particularly interested in in sort of the voice and vision or display oriented Approach that were Watching expand quite rapidly supposedly a couple of
Opening Act - Rumors in Rock
"First false rumor. Did you ever hear the rumor about Keith? Moon driving a Rolls Royce into a hotel pool. I've heard a lot of stories about Keith. Moon well. He is the quintessential rock and roll guy and bad boy he definitely collected Nazi memorabilia. He may have bitten. Steve McQueen's Hog and blew up his drums win. The WHO played on the smothers brothers. Comedy Hour. I cannot wait to do his episode I am. I have like four books based on. Keith Moon I am. I am locked and loaded. I Love Keith. He is my soul. Well so those things may be true however there was a rumor that he drove a Rolls Royce into a pool at the Holiday Inn in Flint Michigan on his twenty. First Birthday. This is not true. According to Pete Townsend. The story is actually a combination of two different stories. That has become one not true rumor. So Keith Moon. In one of the stories like one of the incidents he left the Hamburg off of a car and it rolled into a pool which was under construction and to not have any water in hit home. Which would be worse though driving? Dr Into a pool with water or driving a car into a pool without water but he didn't drive the car into that. I'm just like either one either or I'm just saying like it just rolled in on its own. Which would do more damage I think you're pretty much screwed either way fair enough. The cars a loss of it goes near the pool. Yeah Okay and then so the second story that this was combined with to create the not true drove. Rolls Royce. Into a pool was that he charged new car to the band. Who refuse to pay for it. So Moon drove it into a muddy pond in his garden and call the dealer to come pick it up. So it's too true. Stories rolled into one story right. That's not true. Yeah Oh yeah. It's incredible and that's not our last Keith. Moon rumor either. Nope our next one which is true now okay. I should say with the caveat that these are true and false based on articles that we both read and so there might be room for error. So this is just like fun. Yeah it's just fun and it's inauguration. It's yeah just what we found. No one has photographic evidence. It's just fun fun so I hope you guys out. Don't get angry and you're like that never happened or that did happen bub-bubba so like don't don't get mad at us is just this is just meant to be fun and a little bit looser so and just for us to kind of talk off the cuff so Our next one. Which is true. Is All about Ozzy Osbourne. Oh my so ozzy. Osbourne achieved infamy overnight after incident on January twentieth nineteen eighty two in Des Moines Iowa during the height of his drug problem. That is putting it mildly. Ozzy Osbourne was performing when an audience member through a bat on stage. The singer believing that it was rubber and I do believe that he thought it was robbery. I don't think he would have. I believe that too. Yeah bid off its head as a stunt only to find out that the bat was real and alive not only that but as he declares in liner notes to the two thousand two reissue of diary of a madman. The Bat wound up biting him as well which forced him to be treated for rabies. The incident fed his rock madman legend along with the one time that he bit off the head of a dove which basically what happened was when he first met with Columbia records in Nineteen ninety-one. He took a live dub into the meeting with him and bit off the head in front of the horrified executives. Awful yeah so crazy man out. I wouldn't sign him to a record deal yeah. He was also arrested for urinating on. Or near the Alamo. And while on tour with Motley crue he allegedly got into a one upmanship. Dare contest with Nikki. Nikki six and I'm sorry that is at is a contest. I would never even get close to know but he ended up snorting a line of ants better than biting the heads off live animals. I think though no okay. The dove thing is kind of unforgivable. The bad thing is understandable. But you snorted a line of ants would if they were fire ants also. You just have ants in your sinuses now. I'm sad I read that. Oh my God you have to elaborate immediately regretted it I apologize. You should move on move on Thanksgiving on next all right. Here's a good one Kay cass. Elliot choke to death on a ham sandwich. Can We bury this now? Please yeah really not cool. I don't like this lie at all. This rumors terrible are you. Doing Mama Cass. Yes I am all right so this came up. Following a series of sold out gigs. In London Mama Cass retired to her apartment where she died of heart failure on July. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Seventy Four. A rumor spread very quickly that she died from choking on a ham sandwich which is just a horrible thing to say you know yes. She was a little overweight route. So it's believed that the rumor started when Dr Anthony. Greenberg the physician who I examined CASS. After her death wrote she appeared to have been eating a ham sandwich and drinking coca cola while lying down a very dangerous thing to do. She seemed to have choked on her ham sandwich. So so great job Dr Greenberg for that one. But point of fact her autopsy showed that a heart problem leading to heart. Failure was the cause of death not a sandwich or any other item lodged in her throat or trachea. She had actually had very little to eat the day before she died like her stomach was pretty clear. No dead I'm actually going to piggyback and double down on a Mama Cass and Keith Moon. True story with us. They were not but they did die in the same apartment. Yeah rockstars have been taken from US. Way Too young and it just so happens that two brilliant musicians died in the same apartment at the same age of thirty two Singer Harry Nilsson I love. That's my alarm. Every morning I wake up to his song. GotTa get out okay. If you've seen the show Russian dolls you'll know why I wake up to a song every day but He renounced his London flat to friends when he was traveling. And so on June twenty ninth nineteen seventy four Mama Cass of the Mamas. And the Papas was staying in the flat while she was on tour and died of heart failure in her sleep and on September seventh. Nineteen seventy eight Keith. Moon of the WHO overdosed on a sedative in that very same apartment which is eerie because they died in the same apartment under the same landlord at the same age. How crazy is that? That's a little
"bub" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"TV to its customers has a physical four-way deep on a menu button volume in playback controls and does not include them microphones refunds so it kind of lacks the apple. TV remote itself in that sense. But otherwise I welcome anything that is better than the apple. TV Vermont's now. We're on record disagreeing on this. I have no problem with the Apple. TV remote. I've gotten used to that that little touch. It's not as touch screen. Green touch pad used to flip around. And I'm fine with it I do think that I'm in the minority and I don't know why I don't know if it's just that I have more patients to learn than other people or if I'm just crazy prerogative on the issue is not that kind of touched by that. It all works fine if I am holding the remote as as it should be you know with with menu up at the top left. Everything's fine the problem is is that that it is sort of waited the exact same so unless you're really looking at it you pick it up and it feels the same when it's upside down or read ETA and most of the time just because I'm an unlucky person. It's upside down. Would you hit the button. And then I go out into the real deal for the circle that tells you which side is up. You don't feel for the way I don't have the circle Tom. I have an old enough apple. TV remote. That I don't have this recall Yeah there's harder with the older one that's true it's all yeah it's all. The fact of the matter is whatever I or apple. Think about how superior this remote is. We're wrong I mean not seriously we are. We are wrong because the majority of people don't like get to the point that a Swiss and provider is providing its own infrared infrared. Good note in your place. I mean like this and I'm like you can't argue consults. Yeah and the thing is this is a new you can buy other remotes with the apple. TV right now now if you want to. It's not like this is the first time anyone's ever done that. In fact apple still sells its older version of the apple remote from the previous apple. TV that works and infrared. It's just interesting to see a provider. Say Look we know you could go out and get your own. We're just GONNA make it easy because we know enough of you don't like this remote techcrunch reports on near space. Labs which provides imaging data on a daily cadence from stratospheric balloon based devices the devices launched for a a couple of hours they gather data and then they return to earth for immediate access near space labs provides frequent updates at high resolution for use by insurance real estate and logistics companies as well as municipalities. For instance. You could check progress on a large construction project or monitor traffic congestion or analyze efficiency at a port higher. Flying satellites are expensive and sometimes can't provide the resolution or frequency needed for these kinds of operations. which is where the balloon based devices vice? Come in. I mean this is pretty genius. I think it's easier to get in the stratosphere than it is to get the low-earth orbit it's less costly You you can get up there and back faster. The what's not to love about this. As far as the ability to have some some not quite real time right that would be the next step up but but very within a day imaging of things that you need to look at it. I mean I I could see a municipality saying hey we need we need to know what's going on with our traffic. Can we order pictures to be taken of the city and it's traffic between three o'clock and seven o'clock for the next five days and your space labs. It'd be like yeah no problem we can do that. Yeah and that's a really great example of someone who's like insurance company. And what would they want with this kind of data. That's what they would want. Well I was thinking that for the municipality. That's trying to figure out congestion but your insurance company might want that too. I think insurance company would want to look at a devastation conditions especially in flood zones. This'll be very good. Just for disaster relief come to think of it and being able to launch these balloons when needed if there's a flood or a or during wildfires and things like got I just I think there's there's so many good applications of this you know yeah I'm kind of Racking my brain to figure out like what kind of other insurance would could could take advantage of this but I mean the implications are far in wide insurance again real estate certainly municipalities in a variety of sectors. You'll silver blade. Thinks Insurance Companies WanNa find find hidden structures. You're not paying for or that. Maybe rate this is good and bad balloon based devices and bad. If you're in the insurance industry Let us know what you think this would be used for. Because I'm sure there is a good use of it that we're not thinking of. I can think the logistics one because we talked to big Jim enough about logistics imports. And just being able to see like what the traffic is in and out with the flow is like Whether p traffic is coming all all all kinds of things like that. I'm sure there's other big Jim could think think about that. We're not thinking about either But I thought this was an interesting. Not Fang it's not one of the big companies Benitez but filling a niche that has yet to be filled using the stratosphere for first space imaging at a higher resolution with more frequent updates. Love it I would say homeowners insurance is the big one because if you can fly over a property that just got nailed by a storm can weaken says the day which premier probably not just from there you probably will still want your ground based assessment but that that can help and the assessment. That's that's a great one. Yeah well folks if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot Com a new yorker piece by sue halpern called the one traffic light town on with some of the fastest Internet in the US. That's actually to whole counties. It's not just one town tells a story about the People's rural telephone cooperative or PRT RTC which is wired. Up Jackson and Housley counties in Kentucky with high-speed Fiber gigabit fiber the PR T.. We see obtained grant money and loans Through the connect America Fund now called the digital the the Digital Opportunity Fund. They also got some money from their sister. Company appellation wireless and some money from the US Department of Agriculture to build a thousand thousand miles of cable fiber at fifty thousand miles. Fifty thousand dollars per mile to seven thousand structures. Project took six years. Here's high price tag was in part due the commitment to serve every person in the region no matter how remote mountainous country here in fact it meant they had a museum. You'll called bub to haul fiber through mountain passes and into particularly remote locations because they just couldn't get machines in in their act like a donkey like a mule like yeah because a lot of farmers still use mules in this area though like old bub to all the fiber through after the build out the RTC worked with Tele Works USA to train residents for remote work. Local unemployment rate fell as a result from twelve to sixteen percent depending on which county. You're talking about two five point point. Five percent residents now work for customer support and Tech Support for companies like Hilton Hotels. CABELA's u-haul Harry and David and apple among others some are in fact One particularly was quoted as tutoring children of wealthy Chinese parents in conversational English. Joking joking that there's going to be a bunch of kids. All over China with speaking English with a southern accent and the cooperative has plans to upgrade to ten gigabit. So they're not stopping there. This this is I think a really fantastic and very interesting case. Study of what happens happens when you have local support for something local will to do something a little bit of financial help to get it done how it can it can change a county. He from being what has been called by some to be one of the poorest if not the poorest counties in the United States to one with you know a reasonable level of unemployment and people starting starting to get back on their feet. They're not getting rich but at least they're able to have jobs that allow them to pay their own way. Yeah I mean unemployment falling calling from a upwards of sixteen percent to five point five percents is that is somewhat staggering. I'm not saying and the customer support jobs that are afforded a lot of people because they have great internet. Are you know that great jobs. chirp can't say that but the fact that there is more opportunity and more people have an opportunity to have jobs and use the internet to their advantage. Judge just goes to show you when you hear stories of underserved areas and wouldn't it be nice if there was better internet in this area. But it's hard you know it's mountainous mountainous or it's rural. Or you know the you know the the carriers just you know. They can't make it work. Well when you do good things happen. I mean oh I was just gonNA say. This story really underscores. How important broadband is in in Contemporary Society especially as it is to job creation? It isn't just a nice to have the kids get to to to do their homework at a couple of other fun stuff things but really just kind of a driver of of economic growth. Yeah the The other thing is we're starting to see some more side effects of the so. There's a factory that located here because they're able to to do training with people and had the Internet to provide some of the services that they wanted to do in a factory or factory that never would have opened. This is a place where factories have been closing when the weather is is bad or there's a flu outbreak. Teachers can still stream their classes to students at home that allows them to have what's called a non traditional instruction day which means the school district can still collect it's funding because it's not closed. They don't get to collect funds to operate the school on a day that it's closed so there's all kinds of side effects that will see happen here if they still are able to get the money to do their expansions or whether it'll be a question of whether we see other areas be able to do this as well. The Rural Digital Opportunity Unity Fund is the one. We talked about a couple of days ago. Where coverage maps are so important? If a an area can't get funding because at and T. or comcast or providing service service for one.
Intel creates chip to control quantum computers
"Intel has created a cryogenic control chip code-named Horse Ridge for quantum computing into labs cusak and delft into labs cubing Utech into you can use the chip to control multiple cubits worse Ridge is an integrated system on a chip with simplified control electronics. Built with Intel's twenty two nanometer thin fete tech it minimizes distance and cables and operates warmer temperatures reducing the cooling challenge rather than chasing quantum supremacy. The chip is designed to achieve quantum practicality something that IBM calls quantum advantage. Meaning it it can handle problems. Conventional computers can't at a faster
Near Space Labs provides unmatched high-resolution imaging using stratospheric satellites
"Near space. Labs which provides imaging data on a daily cadence from stratospheric balloon based devices the devices launched for a a couple of hours they gather data and then they return to earth for immediate access near space labs provides frequent updates at high resolution for use by insurance real estate and logistics companies as well as municipalities. For instance. You could check progress on a large construction project or monitor traffic congestion or analyze efficiency at a port higher. Flying satellites are expensive and sometimes can't provide the resolution or frequency needed for these kinds of operations. which is where the balloon based devices vice? Come
Intel creates chip to control quantum computers
"Has created a cryogenic control chip code-named Horse Ridge for quantum computing into labs cusak and delft into labs cubing Utech into you can use the chip to control multiple cubits worse Ridge is an integrated system on a chip with simplified control electronics. Built with Intel's twenty two nanometer thin fete tech it minimizes distance and cables and operates warmer temperatures reducing the cooling challenge rather than chasing quantum supremacy. The chip is designed to achieve quantum practicality something that IBM calls quantum advantage. Meaning it it can handle problems. Conventional computers can't at a faster
Internet famous Lil BUB cat has died at age 8
"So on the topic of non traditional media yes what is that that is a that is a clip from the little bug show who is little bug I love to hang with the blue but is it internet cat wasn't internet cat may not like a cat like in the in the fifties they were talk about a person who is good at the trial was that a cool cat like a literal feline literal feline right the but was that with with a cat that gained a lot of internet fame in part because of her really unique appearance so should be to her genetic makeup meant that her her her arms you the valves express apps and and her eyes were bulging and her tongue was always out and she became she became a regular feature on internet cat memes so often times you would should be the image that you would share when you're like looking surprised or sad or upset about something the globe is that sort of one of the central figures of catch internet again and sort of like an indulgence side sort of like another another bit of evidence that the internet is weird that you can you can have a lot of like tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people tuning in like they used to tune in for like Jay Leno but tuning in for a cat palace strike two million the bells the following the little but had a lit but little but had I'd following of two million people on the street and that's people who are like yeah I'll follow a little but like I follow my friends I want more more updates about this cat's life so no but passed away yes this this past Sunday this past Sunday the obituaries for him ran on CNN New York times in Rolling Stone to name a few uhhuh feels like this is feels like a bit of a moment was not I mean like listen this year we lost grumpy cat earlier this year and now we lost love Bob I'm and I think that this is just a testament to the fact that if you follow internet cats in there a regular feature in your life and big they're popping up regularly on yesterday and feed and then they become kind of like characters that you become invested in like you know you've seen the video of the back of the boat playing with and I don't know what and and that becomes like something that you sent your friends it brings you joy and and and now you it's sort of a car it is a proper morning that's why you know it'd be two very runs in place the CNN and your time right yeah important cultural figure even though I can hear your tweets at me right
Lil Bub, Famous Internet Cat, Dies at Age 8
"You heard of Lil bub. The verge says Bob was one of the most internet famous cats to ever live and was one of the first revival pets along with grumpy cat but unfortunately she passed away this weekend from a bone infection. The cat was eight eight years old lil. BUB had genetic mutations that made her look like a kitten forever plus she didn't have any teeth which caused her tongue. Hang out of her mouth in adorable way. Luba was the star of a documentary about Internet cat fame and her owner ended up selling merchandise like t shirts and calendars. He said most of the money he made went to animal rescues and he credits credits. The beloved cat for helping raise more than seven hundred thousand dollars for animals with special needs just like
The Ripple Effect of Avengers: Endgame
"Of the Walt Disney company opened this morning on an all time high probably not a surprise. It's down a little bit now. But probably not surprise it had that strong open because vendors endgame broke just about every box office record under the sun over the weekend. One point two billion dollars globally. I don't know. But you I went and saw it I contributed to that. I didn't I thought it was going to have a great weekend. I didn't think it going to be this great. I didn't see it. But I am not surprised by these numbers. So. When we look at a number like this. I think it is tempting to just oh my gosh. This this is amazing. But the context for investors when it comes to Disney and movies is always looking at the studios part of the business, which is it's not the biggest part of the business by along shot. Right, right. It's all the little third parties synergies that you get from having these amazing characters. So that's the thing. I wanted to get to was look go back to August two thousand nine Disney buys marvel for four billion billion dollars. Let's say that again, they bought marvel for four billion dollars. And now I'm wondering how big has the ripple effect Ben because it seems like for people who and I've gotten a little bit of this on Twitter because I tweeted something about what a great weekend. It wasn't a couple people came back. Well, you know, the studio's business it's not that big. Yeah. But they also this is something that feeds not only. Into consumer products, licensing deals, t shirts toys at cetera. But it's got to help with the launch of Disney. Plus, doesn't it definitely? I mean, I think it just shows Disney's dominance in that in that space. Right. Even that's not just kids driving that one point two billion dollars worldwide, though, my kids didn't pay for the ticket. Right, right. That's everyone rate. So that's future visits to Disneyland. That's t shirts. That's toys. That's games. That's. I mean, that's going to be huge that's gonna be huge for them. So I went back and looked at a couple of things that the motley fool was writing at the time of that acquisition. And I was asking was it too much. There was a little bit of that. And I think that's I think that's a fair question. I think that's a natural question anytime. There's right, but but any any acquisition any industry, I think it's fair to be like, okay. Was this a good price? There was not a lot of that. I was able to. There was not a lot of people saying that's outrageous that they're paying that much. What I was reminded of though was part of the case for acquiring marvel was boys. I was reminded of the fact that they wanted to reach that younger. Boy, demographic of just how dependent Disney was on princesses to drive their films and to drive the parks experience. And obviously the decision to acquire marvel on top of the decision to acquire Pixar has just been amazing. I mean, I think also when you think about sort of a broader competitive landscape perspective, Disney really has three key competitive advantages. So it's this brand the IP the characters things like that that can be utilized throughout all aspects of the business. But it's also there bub average profitability and they're low risk balance sheet. So I think one of the key points that this really demonstrates. You know, I think for a long time we've seen really cheap money. So you've seen a lot of competitors. Do well and thrive in the face of Disney or keep up with Disney, but as debt becomes more expensive, and it becomes harder for competitors to actually finance those projects you see Disney where they can continue to do this. There's no reason that this is gonna stop for Disney just because of a change in sort of economic interest rate structure. So I think it doesn't just show that his knees. Good at it. But it really solidifies sort of dominance in that space for them. Bob Eiger is the with. Disney's obviously a well known. I would argue one of the better known CEO's impart because it's Disney in part because of the amazing job. He's done far less. Well known. I would argue is Kevin fi who is the president of marvel studios and has been for about a dozen years or so and. When you think about what has been accomplished under his leadership? And I say this is Disney shareholder let Kevin Feige whatever he wants. I mean, maybe he already is doing whatever he wants. But that's a track. I mean, right, right. That's an incredible track. Record. He is a master. Right. And God help whoever is the next CEO at Disney because the magic happen. The foot the. The shoes. That's what I meant to say. The shoes that Bob idir is leaving. When you look at the acquisitions of Pixar Star Wars marvel
Women sue California hospital that put cameras in delivery rooms
"Southern California hospital being sued by dozens of women who say they were recorded without their consent will giving birth. Jessica Lincoln is one of eighty one women in the lawsuit bub between twenty twelve and twenty thirteen some eighteen hundred women may have been recorded at the women's center at sharp Gros Mont hospital near San Diego. That's my private moment. The hospital says it stalled the motion detection cameras and three labor and delivery rooms to catch a drug thief. However, the women were recorded in their most private and vulnerable moments without their consent hospital maintains however consent was given through standard admitting forms. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for among other things privacy violations and the infliction of emotional
Companies keep buying their own stock in force, led by 'buyback monsters' like Home Depot
"By backroom continuing. Home Depot announces a fifteen billion dollar share repurchase Botha's on these at the NYSE with more on that. Hey, bub, low motza fishermen, Jay pal sidestepped. A verbal hand grenade in his congressional testimony today when asked where he stood on the recent trial balloons to restrict the ability of corporations to buy back stock pal reflected for a moment. And then said, the allocation of capital has always been left to the private sector, and quote, I would want to understand the consequences of changing that it was a perfect answer to a politically divisive question after buying back. More than nine hundred billion dollars in two thousand eighteen a record year. Corporations have shown no signs of slowing down with the buybacks twenty nine thousand nine already we've seen one hundred ninety billion dollars in announced buybacks today. Homedepot announce a massive fifteen billion dollar stock buy back, which we do the show. Shares outstanding by about seven percent if fully implemented after the bell gap announce a new one billion dollar buy back program as well. They follow on Cisco AIG footlocker CSX and many other corporations that have announced by backs in two thousand nineteen the Home Depot buy back is a very large one. But it's part of a pattern that goes back many years really eighty companies in the s&p five hundred have reduce their share count by at least twenty five percent since two thousand ten this is a class of corporations, I call buyback monsters, including well, no names, like Lowe's, and gap and IBM an apple it's a bubble. That's about to burst. Will it's unlikely as long as two conditions are prevalent. I that corporations continue to generate excess cash flow that is used to buy back stock and second that interest rates remain low, which would enable an alternative way to buy back stock. And that's by borrowing this is the Hornets nest that Powell stepped into so the fed entity. The congress should understand the consequence of changing that as Powell said before stepping in and dictating the corporate America, how it should be spending its profits. This is going to be a big issue in the next two years. Melissa victim.
"bub" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They wouldn't have had me back. Signed a four-year deal. If I didn't know how it works bub signed a four year deal for years. Four more years of you. And you and you and her. Saw them come angel four more years of us together the fearsome fivesome, right where you are. Fearsome fivesome, there should be a name. We should do that on a bender. We should maybe on Twitter. Somebody has a better name for us. The five of us high five like, we're all smoking all the time smoking joints, the high five. Five. One study and four idiots. Ding Dong ding, dongs films uppers that's good thumbs uppers dumbs uppers. We should have a name for the whole, you know, instead of the Conway show so doll. Conway show. Who cares? The ding Dong. Ding, one four. Dawn. About two dings three dongs. Accurate. But who are the dings, oh the ladies? Too late to two ladies three studs. In this day and age, I don't think that's gonna work. Two, ladies, three Johns. And we're on a night. Now, great. What do they call a an anonymous woman? Jane, right. Yeah. To Jane's three Johns. Three. Does know does this myth right j to Jane's three? No, let's get off the two and three. Yeah. It's it's Tim and everybody else the captain into Neil's. That's not been taken. No, we add the S, and it's fine. He just passed though. Better. How about a holes, but we just spell it all out. Five eight holes. So I heard that if I say the whole word that on stream you can hear it. But you can't hear over there. So if you.
"bub" Discussed on WLAC
"Well, also, how many people's rent stays the same year? They're pushing year after year. I mean, I think bub believe national have the stats your had one of the highest rental rate increases in the nation on an annualized basis here. And so if you just wanna play the guessing game of what your landlords going to ratchet up the rent who or worse, yet la- sellers, the owner of the property decides to sell it. And then you and then your booted at that time, but when you buy a house, you can fix your income. It may change some with taxes and insurance, but for the most part your payment stays the same. Yes in so as house prices increase your payments. It was when you bought it that day, and we work with a lot of first-time homebuyers with my team, and we talked to them about the maintenance. What are they willing to take on because when you have a landlord there, the person you call when something breaks, so there's a lot of other options that people don't think about you can go into a condo or a townhouse where there's an HOA where a lot of the exterior maintenance is covered at some point. Can we could put a home warranty on that as well to cover you for the first year on if the garbage disposal breaks or the dishwasher breaks, you have somebody to call in kind of ease you into home ownership? So there are options that are out there in a veil. Very true. Very true. That's an excellent excellent point. You know, I I did some more numbers here. Everyone, you know, when we talk to people. The first thing they what's the rates. Yeah. And it's like, wait a minute. So you've been listening.
"Today. Liberty Media is the parent company of Sirius XM and Sirius XM today acquired Pandora, the music streaming service, which also streams podcasts for three point, five billion dollars in stock. Wow. So they that's kind of like in the media space, if direct TV were to buy who or something three point, five billion or million billion with a b.. Well, man, that's incredible. So just when you thought like satellite radio is over, you know, because of all the internet in streaming stuff like they come out like, where did they get the cash from? Well, that's why it's all stock. I don't even know. It's like a stock swap aquisition. So who knows how the deal is structured, but that's, that's their hedge, I guess, against satellite and they can be satellite or or, you know, just streaming terrestrial or I don't even. Oh, how Dora goes across, but there you go. That's a quick little hit on the news of the media space, and I think Audio's media just like anything else for sure. We're not on Pandora. I think we should get on Pandora now. Can we get them Pandora? Yeah, they have podcast. We just got on. We just got on iheartradio last week, so we need to add a little logo to our website and get that up and running there too. Well, I did put iheart on the website. Oh, you did? Yeah, I did. I win. I don't know a couple days ago. Okay. So our first movie the week is Bumblebee. Yeah, let's get into that really quick. We don't have to do a lot because we did cover the teaser back number of episodes ago. I don't remember which episode I forgot to look it up. Maybe you can find it while I sit there and chat. Okay. So I have a couple of things one. And you've been watching a lot of transform movies lately with your kids? Yes. Who's the deep sounding voice over guy that tells bub Bumblebee to protect the earth into people Optimus prime. Oh, that's Optimus prime. Okay, Optimus prime. Yeah. Got it. Okay. Number two, if Bumblebee were never purchased by the girl, would he have stayed dormant throughout this whole leg battle that everyone's looking for him now because spike would have gotten him. Okay. So he's still would've come alive? I think so. Okay. Number three. A beetle. Volkswagen bug like, say, I don't know what exact year he is, but let's say a seven in nineteen seventy Volkswagen bug. I'll even call them. The super beetle has about a sixty horsepower motor and it's not very big rate. So he's fighting like FA teens in all these old cars and all this stuff that's way bigger than he is. But like he's kicking all the other asses like could a bug really, right. Do that to like a dodge charger? No, no, to Bumblebee could. Okay. Which brings me to number four if he's a Beadle why is he then? Bumblebee is a wisely a beetle. Yeah, I don't know. Let's okay. Let's not. Let's not over think that one. Okay. Oh,
"bub" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"It's hard to talk about bub blah. Do you guys get along. That's interesting questions is having. Yeah, it's complicated. Yeah, or working on it, right? Lola. Yeah, it's getting better. Are you aware of the fact that you're fifteen and that bats win, mothers and daughters go into their thing, you'll wear that? Yeah, I know that she definitely has a big personality and it's very overbearing. I have to say and our personalities often clash sometimes because she always has to be right and so do I. But she actually is always right. I'm not. So it's just a lot to take in. Right. Are you ever embarrassed by her? Yeah. Why what? What is you when she sings in public in dances, the Broadway stuff, Elliott angel or in a sawmill come on. I'll just start dancing. She literally will be gone like shrimp because your fears that someone of your friends might see? No, I just it's a lot of unwanted attention. Yeah. By who on lookers. So are you afraid of what those aren't liquors Edessa on the cassette? Are you frayed of those on lookers are going to say? Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's okay. Just between me, that's what fifteen is. Yes. Do you do you are you? I mean, you know, intellectually, you know what we're talking about. There's that period where, yeah, it's just everyone's just aware of everyone around them in super self conscious and just things everyone is looking at them in judging them, and that's not obviously the truth, but it's just a, you know, a mental state. Oh my God. She's a smart girl, Michelle, very smart, very smart area in tuned with her being. I love that very good kid. I'm very proud of this. And so why are you with your mother today?.
Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Is On A Musical Mission To Save LGBTQ Lives
"Apple pays. Got a new global partner seen that says, EBay has announced that its properties will start accepting, apples payment solution. Soon, certain retailers will begin accepting Apple Pay in the US come fall according to the peace with a full scale worldwide rollout to follow. There's another regional fitness challenge on the way for apple watch. I'm Morris as folks and China will have a chance to earn badges on Wednesday, the eight, the ball guest that coincides with the middle kingdoms, national fitness day. If you're on Salt Lake City this weekend, you might be able to catch apple CEO, Tim cook. I download blog says the CEO is set to speak at this year's love loud festival. The peace says, the event is meant to ignite the vital conversation about what it means to unconditionally love, understand, accept, and support, LGBTQ plus youth in our communities. The festivals press release, says, cook will be the final speaker. He'll also introduce imagine dragons a member of which founded the festival. Imagine dragons lead singer. Dan Reynolds started love loud and 2017 of cokes. Participation. Reynold says, Tim cook, joining us in Utah for love loud, son, to clear message to LGBT q. youth, that they have unlimited potential to achieve their dreams. Tim is an unwavering advocate for human rights and quality, and we're thrilled he'll be joining our powerful lineup of speakers and performers at another big name to Apple's. TV roster call to Matt says, alfre Woodard has joined up sci-fi drama. See that's the epic world building drama set in the future that already boasts. Jason momoa and the lead wouldn't comes with the number of sci-fi credits, including Luke cage. Captain America. Civil war and Star Trek first contact. The Cording to the peace wooded will play Paris priestess and adviser on the show. According to the Hollywood reporter ma-ma will take the lead of bub Avaz described by variety as a fearless warrior leader and guardian. You know, this could be amazing. It could also be amazingly bad. And finally today, while the world waits to see, see and other apple TV, there's free TV from someone else to see and gadgets as apple has teamed with Hulu remote. The streamers new Stephen King series Castle Rock the Cording to the report. The premiere episode of the series is available for free on the.
"bub" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The obits were written the vigils were planned the tributes were tweeted yesterday the russian journalists and kremlin critic arcadia bub chanko was shot and killed while leaving his apartment in kiev a graphic photograph released by thirties showed mr bob chonco face down in a pool of blood with three apparent gunshots in his back then at a press conference this morning in kiev surprise guest walked to the microphones to address the journalist's death the deadman himself arche ab changchol pushiness they'll stay him no that was the supposedly dead russian journalists arche about pachenko very much alive at a news conference this morning began not surprisingly by apologizing to his wife for faking his death and then you cranium authorities explained that they had staged his murder as part of an elaborate sting operation to catch people who were actually planning to kill him on dre socal is a friend of russian journalists arkady bub chanko we reach mr so coop in prague has it fully sunk in for you that your friend is actually alive yeah it was just amazing feeling because in iran i couldn't dream that this set news will be it also it was just over mounting feely feeling that what we've heerden vote actually believed that is true it's not true new been going through a period of grieving and mourning since you heard the news that caddy bob chanko had been assassinated he believed your friend was gone yeah definitely no because he wouldn't be the first actually with goes to be most correspondent also and i known lots of russian jarrah says some of them were killed of murder the lost let's say dicate so i sort of used for this kind of news.
Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko's death faked by Ukraine
"Something they agree on overseas in a twist worthy of a soap opera ukrainian authorities held a press conference on the death of a russian reporter allegedly gunned down at his home only to have this supposed victim appear before the cameras alive and well arcadi bub chanko veteran russian war correspondent and crusading anti putin journalist living in ukraine gunned down police said shot in the back ukrainian authorities blaming russia and then bob chengkuo very much alive it was all staged the authorities said including a picture of bab chuckled playing dead on the ground all part of an operation to foil what they claim was a real russian assassination plot abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran as president trump pushes forward on his unfounded claim that the fbi spied on his campaign republican tray gouty a member of the house intelligence committee who famously went after hillary clinton shooting down the allegation saying he saw the briefing by the fbi on its russia probe and that the president's claim is unfounded less than twenty four hours after her show was cancelled roseanne barr blaming ambien for making her racist tweet in response to make revamping and saying the drug does not cause racism you're listening to abc news here's a special message for those of.
"bub" Discussed on Through the Wire
"D'amoto rueda yeah i remember that was that the pelicans bub before i want to say if the raptors in blues in the series do they blow it up or know you think they should but will they is the question they won't because they're gonna be like damn just right play or we want peace we need small forward we need than with mall four so yeah i don't think they've load up now making these big significant moves about montereau than calorie too close and nobody want they while people wanted to montrose them but don't nobody won't cow is gonna break it up what are you gonna trae him maybe trae search or yoenis nothing they have back going that's the pieces so expended for number he'd been so up yoenis and then they like they need a real name when he not a damn salaryman some games he'll be out there he'll get like have a nice double digit summing as it will be just like gortat and we're fire they come on twenty one rebound game then he had a game we get seven rebounds but i think the backward gets buddha larry has to go to vanfleet in the rotation just aren't rotate i don't know who wants that but pelicans pelicans come back home court and beat in the warriors yes basically twenty two one more solomon he'll in clark thank you for stepping up when y'all do that again it was real.
Pacers, Celtics and Milwaukee discussed on Red Sox Review
"Generate a bank funky mix they're coming back in cabs on thirteen one run right now is they're starting to come back i'd be stunned if the pacers ended up knocking off the cabs in game one him till it's kevin love has been a key to this this run cavs are philly out of these i think that's gonna be the conference finals i still i with toronto i've got to see it to believe it i just don't believe it i mean there are deep team they've got a good bench and they've got some three point shooters out that bench including cj miles but i still think it's it's cabs philly which would be a very interesting i think eastern conference finals those gritty boston celtics come out with a win over milwaukee today we get into that this is red sox reviews so certainly read sized calls welcome or major league baseball 'cause whatever he wanted to get into terms baseball had mentioned the bruins also as well one quick patriots no we'll get back to the phone calls here coming up rob gronkowski much like tom brady will not attend the start of the patriots offseason voluntary workouts this according to espn adam schefter brady is in starting at because he's not a business trip to cutter so the tb twelve stuff extending over there to the middle east cutter one of the most the richest countries one of the more small countries not to get into all sorts of political stuff terms of bub business stuff but yeah this always intriguing one of the most interesting man in the world tom brady's over there cutter and then he's gotta be back for it but according to schefter here's a read this article that there's still i guess good communication between gronkowski and the patriots according to a source of schefters so i i don't know how much you can read into this i'm sure we'll be there at some point i'm sure many will you know it's kind of a shot to bella shack and we we know how the offseason has gone up in the air with gronkowski i still think gronkowski's back next season for the patriots nothing stuns me in sports or life but i still expect them to be back for next season.
"bub" Discussed on WCHS
"A power back of major starts with bub dunleavy three catches seen uh got one from alan mcewen to give us her jinya the upset victory are let's go back to the phones randy in roanoke calling in on yesterday's game rainy what he got go ahead hey brad coaster warrant now you mentioned david feel skirts restoring the best of all time but looking at a year pm where they have the game review volleyed schol college games on sunday the didn't seem to be any mention on that at all in and then last week when david long had the shevtsov's for loss there wasn't any mention of him as well you guys get any sense of you know there's some buyers to remind just misreading reading this thing here now i hate west virginia joan never give up a night game at home don't start that don't start oil give me reason you're talking about because i saw that same talat football shed a day and they devs surprised that ensure but he did make espn sports centres top10 of so nazlet but there are some great catches yesterday in fact the you've uh uh shepard game was on their whole really great catches yeah i think it was eva wise kit that made the catch but but they run now i don't think there's any buys i think there's a lot of great plays out there and there's a lot of information to get to but that's why listened us right honor flightless nasa lowly there's no buys here nope well and yet in favor of that let's go up it's got a matt in martin's bird matt thanks for calling go ahead your turn i think he had not uh football and basketball i think what gets fastball keane who lost last year gene and they said juicer yeah and with not having to make it a month not being there right now did not fun got her i think.
"bub" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"Three uscis can't play this week as allegra together was above z because we forced you to stream it or not volunteer each volunteered shows you made a joint chose to make yourself sad we also chose to make an elaborate i would say beautiful backstory for above the i don't know if you'll my audience minor though we share i guess you know onesies watching well oh my god bugsy ofc's biopsy watching while we made this elaborate i feel so bad tally the story of lousy triumph yeah the whole game is actually a metaphor it's very close to bow jack horseman were it's about abc's quest back to sobriety he hasn't been sober since the nineties this is released and connie his lake what gotta take your writing out of money you gotta find work and he's is like uh then let that and then he is like drinking out of his flask and then she just like bob see you gotta get sober visually is service and then takes the project and all those one liners isn't bub z trying to be funny it's like him living up to the you know in party down with adam scott leg or we foreign yet any like hates himself for saying then abc's this is what you're stream was about yesterday up kinda you told the people on our our youtube channel i need i i was like well you know i came in hating bub z now i feel like the story about redemption ling yeah i do not dislike bub z himself now i champion bub see as a.
"bub" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"For many years she was really a big supporter of our veterans community so national bob keaton a lot of people don't realize bob the captain kangaroo bob quichen kishan that's correct quichen was warhero lee marvin i saw an interview some years ago were that lead marvin was wounded in one of the landings and said the brave usman here for new was catherine kangaroo bub caytion i wanna hit one that's close to home for you jim since used to have a place down in kingman arizona we have a star who was a model and the trap he's artist and he served his active duty time in kingman arizona making training films for the troops any idea who is not clayton more all better known as the lone ranger that's right and his mask is in the smithsonian so that's what a legacy italy behind jimmy stewart yes so force believes the general he was brigadier general yes a lot to be said at in as we go along here gentlemen if you can think of any of the history of uh some of the world war to vietnam as you step forward mr rogers a lot of people don't realize he was very active in vietnam and i guess there was a number of kills and uh eu swore when he came home he would never harm another human being in fact uh had that children show for many many years uh mr rogers neighborhood mr rogers neighbor of that's correct so anybody else you can saying off of earn nail see world war one two world war one two or going resort poet joyce kilmer he was from new jersey that's why i note okay okay now this is a test your via that saw mean you should know some of these people yes i should but uh i'll save that mr rogers did you know that piece of history know about mr rogers okay i did muscular jimmy stewart chung you're the one the one thing about the 1960s i personally think it was the greatest era of music that we ever had and of course when you mentioned vietnam one song comes to mind and that is the ballot the green beret sergeant berry sadler.
"bub" Discussed on WEEI
"Think bub seekers from michigan i think he is is any reason elijah up what once he grew up down the key what's your favorite pop secrets off against the went there which sect lousy against the win version too which is like that remix verges probably seen him here mohegan that's true yeah i played a wolf them back in the day gotcha which can watch they'll make a new musical slings guys toward our own though he does a good good if you see mccotter uh no style always can concert here thanks for having rain yes kevin graham big there of big feno ever at the iron is great because i'm sure he's great xrated songs like it never met a mother bleeper just like me he's got songs that he can play on terrestrial radio alec criticized curse good and it was a half are away from it get quiet on the air or no pussies idle maybe i'll get good is like the thick screamed at like a fun headline henry no no moms cents a please guilty sending naked pictures of infant sunday fbi agent what our our gonna talk about that with curated that we thought there was a sick thing to do we talk about people were so kirk wants to have some left psyche we're fine last night were cadillac today the what what guy what do you think about this that was early on before it on better headline should have taken another step they go they wanted short stephanopoulos be short journalists make about george stephanopoulos jerry short while he's i didn't know that george stephanopoulos strive seven robin roberts is five ten and michael strahan six five given yet people are good in where they are split that is the story but like the camera angles not supposed to shows little tiny legs not talking about is out tuesday elevated chair rato elevated chairs there you go opinions robin roberts five 510 they say she wears high heels a sign of power overstep not stephanopoulos is so small that he must just.
"bub" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Would be like yeah but assila bub is s y l l a b u b sounds like syllable but it's still a bubba it's an english sweet frothy drink which was popular from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries in a desert based upon it which is still the eaten this this very minute still being eaten it's crazy must be huge desert if it's been for hundreds of years the drink was made of milk or cream curdled by the addition of wind citre or other acid enough unsweetened and flavored the desert is typically made of whipped cream winer sherry sugar and lemon juice though that's very very tasty yeah very tasty i'm get no hungry don't you wonder where the term comes from the where does a county says there's no certain etymology and considerable variation in spelling it's also spelled solely bubba solo bubba solid bid solely bub and selling of you know why i think it used to have alcohol in it i mean how how else would trigger held that ob loeb that's that's that's very funny b by the way sylla bub reminds me of another weird dessert name i can think of this shoot you just said apple pan doughty yes sylla bub all about rebel squeak bubbling squeak is not a desert but it's something i guess when i was doing my research on hanna more uh who was a contemporary will before says yes we talked about a berlin squeak was just something that but i think they called sam johnson old bubble in squeak or maybe they called shared and lord i can't remember i'll look it up but anyway what lovely friday should that referred bumbling bombing squabbling squeak it sounds.
"bub" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"The during the cold that you remember deciding to do that or was it justice after princes influence ball know now that i think bub technically speaking my mother got remarried when i was about ten years old removed from new jersey and an and her husband was always worried about in a sick and things like that so he would always fought imo layered up so i think part of like my rebellion against having to follow any specific directions was to do the up here go around all it went through a petite shuttered we'll definitely combat your mom because she such a critical and influential piece this whole puzzle uh but did she introduce you to chess my mother had a boyfriend at the time was now my godfather and he taught me tests nausori young and i think my biological father might have also but i don't know because of an sia much of our eu drawn to magic and the chess was sort of a of sticking if you're master mr action event and we could certainly talk about that that shows similar to that develop there to that come later why i mean i you know deck of cards as somebody different you know the beacon shop for and the odds of shuffling it must same mortar we can have on in a year two trillion people shuffling cards for years and years and years you'll never matched samar incest so i think the earth summit algorithms and mathematical.
"bub" Discussed on WCTC
"Rule are to the former headed the cagey be during communist russian time is unacceptable just to say that and well you know he should soft he did he's a gotta got find the can work in the campaign and the thing that we have set is you don't want the drip driven driven driven driven driven drab we're doing great on the substance of the issues the substance here winning over the american public that was going to go crazy but that's fine you're in office because a left when insane and did make any sense well i don't get in your own way and an and don't let your are surrogate skating you're on why don't what you're yeah exactly great point you're going to have to in the head the was been shapiro road yesterday there it did they have to he esta button things down you really have to and and and and tight knit up completely because the reason you do that is because the work is going to again get neutral point where you have a victory that the midterm you don't have some kind of of of bub uprising or shift that changes what's going on the momentum already built for the midterm and twenty eight team next year is is good enough right now if you if you stay on your work stay on the job he is a great worth work ethic go.
"bub" Discussed on WCTC
"To me and this is how they are labeling themselves and nobody is a big it for saint okay i believe it right i believe you i've seen yard try bub seemed and action what happens okay i believe you that's what you believe but isn't a funny that the love says let people believe what what i want to believe but when they believe something that they can't defended oh no no no no no no dude don't be bigger didn't call these people this well i am bumping big added i'm just some put listening i'm i'm doing nothing i'm i'm i'm not involved in this i was walking down the street and i was walking down the street in a problem often another city or terry sacked happen here and these people said that's why they did it i believe them you better get no i'm good i'm just saying i'm believe it i'm just observing on i'm i'm not being aggressive in anyway i'm just here we can't but we can simply observe anything anymore because of because there agenda their entire agenda requires that we we changed definition wirtz that would change of things we don't like that would be that that we change to sign gets and if we say it enough times it it becomes true that's what they think you know i also believe that was part of november eighth and and what they're dealing with right now because i really think that the shockwaves still have not top from november eight and i think what they're looking at is is oh my gosh i mean we're that we were that close about the got to term sheet and they were thinking in and you can carry the president portion and what he's saying and of course of his options the fact that he's going to be hang around and he's he said the other day of course will speak up but if you believe you know i'm done something wrong is going.