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"bacchus" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"To build worlds. In the sense of like ev-. I think of jewish situation or or a creature from another planet or whatever. The case is i know. This sounds crazier. we're having that aspects in like futuristic. Eah i kind of think of a designed in a blade shape in something that reminds me of that different worlds so i usually do pencil and paper. I make sure that all of the measurements and that i have is right so for example you know when it comes to like a first finger toil a knife you know. Wait within this parts usually primarily. No that that's an inch and i usually like to keep this orsha right here. Nineteen to twenty one known meter. Think things that. Like i once i have. This cool grants him idea. Run put pencil to paper. I know the type of measurements. That are really good and comforting in the hand and so that's kind of where the rubber meets the road. Where where the big ideas for the big science fiction driven type of shapes and lines kind of have to come down and oppressed. So then i after i it out. Three sixty has a really really awesome tool that you kind of team picture. Place it to g. The new extruded cereal whole out. All of the cereals pullout out and create it in three d format and gareth's just the the matter of utilizing the proper tools in order to a proper tools inside of fusion three sixty to kind of create the lines and shapes devils creed sharpening edge And all those kinds of things. Once i feel like i have a really good solid builds I have three d. printer. Here that i liked to print i liked prints out And because i know the type of like sitting that a hit for example needs or like a stop and things like that i'm actually able to creed plastic modules in into hand. So i'm able to actually realize like oh this finger. Trump actually does fitch well or like. Ooh i really over shop that or you know. It's actually really thin uncomfortable hand and so a huge for me because that takes away. The amount of time and money and energy goes into nets with the oem manufacturer try prototype. Something when in reality. Like man i wish i could have made so many more changes of before. I actually wasted their time in my time before. We have to go back to the drawing board back driving or so. I'm able to me that by by doing myself here in working on to it until i have a really final form. Perfect file that i can pass along to manufacture. It seems like a three d. printer would be an invaluable tool to a knife maker Whose desire or designer whose processes like yours you know. And i've spoken to a lot of them here on the show and Many use them. And i think that makes so much sense for exactly that reason say you had all the money in the world and You know you could make as many prototypes as you want. Still just the time totally inbetween. Each generation It would be really frustrating. You said something before that really resonated with me especially recently. I recently spoke with kenan and one of the things he talks about. He talked about on that show and he says that he relates to a lot of Knife maker is on. The rise is exactly what you said design in a theme you know. His his example was mars twenty fifty. What are they going to carry. You know when they're building that comedy's up there mars twenty fifty. You know that was just a for instance but You know he you could say i want to design a whole line of cowboy knives but using modern That theme idea that carries through all of your designs. Yeah yeah. I appreciate you saying that. Initially in the necker night again. No i was going to go into you. Know a difference. Different designs or anything. I truly just wanted to design this knife because it was the one that i wanted to carry in like. I said if people wanted to back me with the greatest not than you know. I had prototypes. It will be is or shortly. People really liked This design and and wanted support. Arcane design so that was really cool but when this came out i was thinking you know i wanted to design a nice that would help surveyors space. And so that's why it's called necker not which basically stanford dead astronaut and unleash of my nine. They had their own emblem on them. To kind of represented signify the type of care for building on creating. So this was if you're ever lawson's as this is the best home inside. Truly designed it that way. I saw the most functional blade within a particular type of realm. Be an american act. That was arrested. Stabbed So that it has a Point one six millimeter four millimeter stock sickness. But it's still very usable slice easy You know. I played in a lot of like a tiny like design things and wanted to make sure that it was. I think that's really cool. Is that you can kinda do this. World building in these character building. A so you're able to create something but again it has to be functional. It has to be functional hassle. Were so yet. But i love that idea about can. I'm talking about mars. That is so cool for sure. Would you say that all of your knives are part of the same world's Do you plan on building different worlds. Yeah yeah that's that's a great question. I think i have free nights. Currently ends in the process of prototyping coming out with a fourth design. Miami i think the aspects of it just kind of evolved a and b. I do decide to build different worlds. I'm really enjoying the kind of aspects that really sharp geometric space angular features. I'm really enjoying up clang in this realm And so we'll have to see what the future polls. I think what i wanna do with. Our shane design is.
"bacchus" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Collecting. Here's your host bob. The knife junkie marco. Welcome to the junkie podcast. I'm your host. Bob demarco and on this edition of the podcast. I'm speaking with israel. Bacchus of our tain design. Israel's science fiction inspired folders speaking of familiar language but with an alien accent is first nights. Necker not is an aggressive tanto in his latest. The crawler is an equally aggressive. Warren cliff and inbetween came the perfectly symmetrical holding dagger called anti-matter. Which is a is now an obsession of mine and i've been scheming all afternoon about About you know how. I'm gonna move some knives around to get one because it is a very very sweet thing and i'm excited that it brings israel to the show on american our conversation. But i are you crazy about knives. You like the show. We'll check us out on patriots. There are three levels of support. You get Junkie stickers mentioned on the podcast early access to the sunday interview and midweek supplemental shows with advertisements Not to be found and more exclusive stuff. Your support helps fund. The infrastructure needs the show hosting servers absent equipment as well as knives for review and giveaway so check us out on patriot and see. What helping us get you. The quickest way to get there is by going to the knife. Junkie dot com. That's the knife junkie dot com slash patriot. Do you like the sound of the alpha numeric combinations m free ninety four and twenty would bristle at eight cr one three and a us dash. You are a knife junkie. Probably worse israel. Welcome to the show. It's a pleasure to have you. Thanks bob i really appreciate it really appreciate it thanks out. Yeah yeah so. I mean you busted on the scene with the necker not and it got in the hands of a lot of reviewers trusted reviewers that i know in like and it was a hit Tell me how did you get into this. Yes so you know about two years ago. I was didn't know anything about the night scene at all. I had a couple of pockets year there so but primarily just wasn't really interested in on my thing didn't understand this world about christmas. Two years ago. I was online looking for pocketknife is like think like most people. Once you start jumping onto youtube you find yours. Find really interesting knives. That are out there. And i started working around like you know i think i should get myself a pocket knife and i was kind of scrolling around refined anything that spoke to me and because from seeing all these views and things like that i knew that there were thousands of knives in thousands of designs out there but nothing that really i gravitated towards and so decided to myself you know. It was kind of cold winter up here in the seattle area. There's a lot of snow can really do anything inside. Decided know how hard would it be to learn to design a night and it turns out. It's it's pretty difficult but luckily i was. I had the time. And i had the resources in so i downloaded sixty which people who might not know. It's it's a three d cad software. And i watched a ton of youtube videos on how to design on and utilized asian. Greece's the in trying to translate that into locking is And so i kind of picked it up from there. And there's a lot of trial and error learning a lot watching videos. Try to understand the components of what nice nice and trying to figure out that balance between perfect functionality. But also the type of setting that i think i was looking for that i felt was lacking in the market so i started from there and then about a year and a half ago in july told myself you know i have a bunch here. I have a couple of designs. Infusion sixty what am i gonna do with these And so i decided you know. It's it's better to shoot for the stars in. Try to see if i can create this passion project in a nice design and if people want to support that thing grades like people get to online is in if anything i have a couple in it fails in i have a couple of prototypes that get to say. I designed myself. So i wish my own us small business and been trying to figure out this whole project with a brace or from people in social media and other other aspects in really really rewarding time for sure your designs are very aesthetically driven. Very artistic very influenced as you said by science fiction and classic horror that kind of thing but you also said you haven't been a knife person for that long at shocking to me with these designs. What were you doing before you started making knives. Yeah so Really funny i graduated with the worthless degree in music a classic performance and you know in previously to that and still to this day i work as an hr professional up here in seattle. Like i said this is kind of a side. Passion project that. I'm wanting to develop into full-blown blown full-time thing. So i i don't have a lot. I didn't have a lot of engineering experience. Have lots of anything within that realm of. But i did have like this idea of particulars that that i wanted to go foreign gravitate towards you know going through all the research of like working into knives and seeing what what kind of knife i wanted. I fell into that world of a custom knife. Makers as seeing these custom knife makers turn these whole pieces of arses elegance type of nettles that they were using the type of design language in the lines that they were using and then merging it into a functional school. And i think those two worlds converting with one another was just something that i never had never seen for in instantly had the same passion that i did when it came to writing. Music win win. Something just kinda comes together. And it's a tour de force of like just the endless possibility of design but also the fact that something that brings you so much joyce that could be utilized for actual practicality was just a really cool conversion of two worlds that i've never really seen before and luckily i think there was something innate within me with the design language in this that it that i liked that automatically gravitated hordes nice and nice designed And so i think. I'm very fortunate in the aspect that my design language really.
90 million Americans receive coronavirus vaccine
"Bright spot in the war against Cove in nearly 90 million Americans have now received at least one dose of the vaccine in hard hit California 10 Million people have now received one or two doses, but health officials continue to warn that states They should don't let their guards down. CBS is Danya Bacchus has this story for us with vaccinations up. The race to reopen is on South Carolina's governor. Now the latest announcing mask mandate rollbacks this as a new CDC study of counties that allowed indoor dining found maths lead to fewer infections and deaths. Governor Gavin Newsom has announced that stadiums and theme parks including Disneyland can reopen, but with limited capacity that all starts on April
Oprah Winfrey interviews Meghan Markle, Prince Harry
"They left the U. K for the U. S. Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle are discussing their decision to give up their royal duties sits in an interview with Oprah. Your CBS is Daniel Bacchus. Some royal watchers are questioning the timing Here is 99 year old grandfather, Prince Philip has been hospitalized for nearly three weeks in just underwent a heart procedure. On Wednesday, the palace said it was launching an investigation after a newspaper report said former aides accused Meghan of bullying there. Ring. The interview, Harry spoke frankly about his concerns for his family, citing parallels to his late mother, Princess Diana's life. I'm just really relieved and happy to be sitting here. Talking to you with my wife by my side because I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for her going through this process by herself. The interview airs
How to watch Oprah's interview with Harry and Meghan
"U. K for the U. S. Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle are sitting down for a no holds barred interview with Oprah Winfrey discussing their decision to give up the royal duties here. CBS is Daniel Bacchus. Some royal watchers are questioning the timing Here is 99 year old grandfather, Prince Philip has been Hospitalized for nearly three weeks in just underwent a heart procedure. On Wednesday, the palace said it was launching an investigation after a newspaper report said former aides accused Megan of bullying. During the interview, Harry spoke frankly about his concerns for his family, citing parallels to his late mother, Princess Diana's life. I'm just really relieved and happy to be sitting here. Talking to you with my wife by my side because I can't begin to imagine what it must have been like for her going through this process by herself. The interview airs tomorrow night on CBS coming up after
FDA authorizes Johnson & Johnson vaccine, set to begin shipping out this week
"United States now has a third covert vaccine after the FDA approved Johnson and Johnson's Covad vaccine for emergency use. Last night, your CBS is down Daniel Bacchus distribution of Johnson and Johnson. Single Dose shot which can be stored in irregular refrigerator could be well underway this coming week. There is a shortage of that thing that are currently authorized. And I think what the decision of this vaccine will help meet the needs. At the moment. The FDA confirms that J. And J's vaccine is somewhat less effective than the Moderna and Fizer shots overall, but it showed 85% efficacy against severe illness and complete protection against Cove in 19 deaths. 28 days after getting the shot, Don you back is CBS News? Los
"bacchus" Discussed on WSB-AM
"CBS is Dayna Bacchus. Reports from Los Angeles United Flight 3 28 turned back safely to Denver after suffering an engine failure and dropping debris on the ground below. Shortly after takeoff. 28 heavy Mayday aircraft picks strange Turn immediately. Video posted on social media apparently shows the engine on fire. Parts of the aircraft Rain Down on Broomfield, Colorado, parts landed in yards on a ball field in the street in a few neighborhoods and apparently through the roof of a home. No injuries were reported on board or on the ground. The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation, Don you Bacchus. CBS NEWS Georgia is developing plans to hand out $522 million in federal rental assistance in 144 of the States 159 counties. It'll administer the program on federal guidelines still being developed. No money for Atlanta and many Metro counties because they've already been covered under a separate federal grant. WSB News times 604. Now team coverage of traffic and weather. It starts with a W S B 24 hour traffic center, and we'll say good morning to Veronica. Haroun. Good morning to you, Charlie. We are going to start off with construction Over in the copy reads 75 North found north of Highway five exit to 67 3 left lanes are closed because of roadwork. Fortunately, no heavy delays And of course, the travel advisory continues over in midtown. As you have West Peachtree Street shut down from 11 Street to 14th Street because of that dangling crane, so the roadway is.
CDC outlines plan for students to resume in-person learning as coronavirus cases stabilize
"Coronavirus cases are falling in the U. S. Says more Americans get the vaccine, but getting shots into the arms has turned into a logistical problem. There's been some progress on plans to get school kids back into school, however, CBS has done you Bacchus reports. The CDC has long awaited plan to get kids back in the classroom includes mask wearing and improve ventilation, but stopped short of mandating vaccinations for teachers. There is this deep feeling of anxiety cherish. Roberts is an assistant principal in Nashville, who still worries about safety. When do you think you would feel comfortable going back in person? I think for me to feel fully comfortable we will need to see Steady decline of active cold cases increase our vaccination availability, law educators and two students and
Los Angeles orders more restrictions as coronavirus surges
"A new surgeon covert 19 cases will materialize following the Thanksgiving gatherings across the country. CBS news correspondent Dana Bacchus. Reports from Los Angeles, where new stay at home orders are set to take effect on Monday. Under new coronavirus restrictions, millions of Los Angeles County residents will only be allowed to gather with people from their own households. The rule goes into effect Monday and is set to last three weeks amid surging case numbers. Even before Thanksgiving gatherings Cove in 19 cases were increasing in 32 states, with Pennsylvania, Arkansas in Massachusetts breaking record. Hurts. We will not get a reprieve because then Christmas comes and then New York times So if we're just stacking search of concert concert Am significantly worried about that. The U. S. Has now had more than 13 million covert 19 cases since the start of the pandemic. Four million of those cases were reported in November alone, and the latest covert 19 numbers in Massachusetts have been released. The Department of Public Health is reporting just over 2900 new cases and 40 additional deaths on Saturday. Meanwhile,
Oregon and New Mexico order lockdowns, other states resist
"The governors of Oregon and New Mexico order near lockdowns to fight Covad 19. The virus still has the country in a tight grip here. CBS is Dana Bacchus. The U. S continues to break coronavirus records. Thursday, the country added more than 153,000 new infections. That's a very precarious situation. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says numbers are rising in more than 40 states and there is community spread. We need to pull mortis sting into the community to get a feel and identify who in the community. Is spreading the infection. All of Utah staffed ICU beds are now full. So the governor has called in 200 traveling nurses, and there are just nine ICU beds left in the entire state of
"bacchus" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"CBS News Dana Bacchus is in Long Beach, Mississippi before hurricane data was felt from the boat coast as far north as Virginia, killing at least six people in four stains. This storm left a trail of destruction, ripping roofs off homes in tearing down trees and power lines as it raced through the south with winds up to 110 MPH. Tonight. Nearly two million people are in the dark, the biggest challenge we have his restoration of electricity, there's significant damage to homes to businesses to infrastructure. Across southeast Louisiana. First responders struggled to reach hard hit Grand Isle where least three levees were breached the private citizens behind a website showing Washington's ballot returns and challenges have been asked to take it down. We asked him to consider taking it down, so it wouldn't be confusing and and of course, they want to keep it up, and that's certainly well within their their right and we don't want to trample on on that. Secretary of State Kim Wyman has spoken to the walk in county pair and she does not think their motives their sinister. But she says the site has some voters upset because anyone can see if their ballots are being challenged. Woman says the creator's air using information that is available to the public, so what they're doing is not illegal. Nordstrom is hiring for the holidays. Cairo seven. TV says Nordstrom will fill 800 positions at Seattle area stores. Most of those will be fulfilling customers online orders. There is hiring day tomorrow at its stores between 11 and six. It is for 33 time now for Cairo radio, real time traffic with Tracy Taylor Lacey. They just spotted another wreck on a south of the five and the collector distributor lanes at I 90 I was just looking at the cameras with a pretty good lineup for drivers leaving like city way in heading out that direction. It's like the second time That that's happened within the last two hours. So that's kind of our trouble spot this afternoon. So to speak. We are looking at some heavier traffic on North 25 as we get into parts of shoreline at one 45th scattered slow down through mount like terrorists. It's stacked in, though from just after the Boeing Freeway up to 61st. There's a crash on the left side. That's a distraction for drivers. It looks like whatever was going on on 405 out near 70 it has cleared. We're starting to see it ease up just a little bit when it comes to volume, but the south and four or five drive's still very busy at Bellevue and through Newcastle. Whatever was going on south and in the Valley Freeway out near 1/80 is cleared. Now it's just a matter of it's like releasing of the hounds. Everybody is headed South found on the Valley Freeway, and so we have that heavier traffic outside of Kent and into parts of Auburn, you are still going to run into the investigation at 21st in campus drive in federal way drivers they're still going to find themselves stuck with a crash that's at Madison and 25th of that's reported blocking things. They're still pretty heavy outside a Lakewood more on that coming up here in about 10 minutes, traffic brought.
RegioJet launches train to Croatia
"Was clear early on the covid nineteen pandemic was going to be a disaster for the aviation business, and so it has proved him. It was clear almost as instantly that might be an opportunity for rail travel, and there is at least one indication. This suction has also been proved correct this summer check operator regional jet launched an overnight service from the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Adriatic coast of Croatia and sold sixty thousand tickets on a hundred and twenty trains join from. Liana with more on this by Molecules Boca's correspondent Guide Alani. Going Festival it struck me anyway at least as an enthusiast. Rail travel and overnight rail traveled. There wasn't an overnight service from Prague Bratislav it to the Croatian coast seemed we'd so is anybody surprised by how successful this has been? I don't know if you look at it in terms of numbers sixty thousand passengers that's getting on for a tenth of all the check tourists who visited. Croatia this summer I mean in a normal season, the be eight, hundred, thousand checks going to the Croatian coast to call it all coast apparently when they're advertising it in the Czech. Republic. So, you're right. It was almost a market waiting to be created a to take that proportion of the passengers going from the Czech, republic, to Croatia, and that's a really stunning success. Because as you say, it wasn't even before and you couldn't actually got a direct line or we was a bit of a struggle as I recall to get a direct line from Lugano to react up, which is where the train was ending up and the train from the Czech Republic on radio jet jet whatever you WANNA call them. That was going through Lubiana so it could potentially be quite handy for me in the future. Is there a perception do you think that people feel like whether it's scientifically the case or not but feel like trains are currently a safe away to travel I guess there's a a feeling that you can open a window that you're not cooped up and breathing recycled air and having to be strapped in neck in close proximity to other passengers. The. Mind be that and it would depend on the train. Wouldn't it? I, mean th that's west. Serbia's trains would be a big advantage which I know you've traveled. that. The clapped-out old rolling stock with opening windows. So mean if I were working for the Serbian railways right now be saying, Hey, our windows open and. Off You go guys as much ventilation as you want I, think regional jets have been trying to. have themselves be marketed as a little bit more upscale even though that ticket prices are very cheap. They've been buying rolling stock from Australian railways and doing atop and You know the the coaches which were second at first class on Austrian railways running as second-class on radio jet trained. So that actually trump be comfortable, not just cheap cheerful and well ventilated and think at the time as well. The the very low numbers of coronavirus infections. In both the Czech Republic and Croatia, seven people talked about travel corridors will what's more Colorado like the train it literally has a corridor on a very often how important will this have been to Croatia this summer pasta because obviously like everywhere in the world reliant on tourism and the Adriatic coast of course, you're certainly reliant on tourism it will have been devastating is this been at least a little bit of a cap on the losses? Absolutely it's helped enormously and the architects were very good as well. If you can imagine these trains arriving Rica and disgorging at every turn hundreds of check tourists getting onto coaches to take them to other places on the Croatian coast. This was the way of saying we're safe and those pictures made it into the international media and as a result Kara's tourism season was down but it wasn't a disaster. God. bacchus correspondent. Thank you as always for joining us.
Smoke From Western Wildfires Smothers Cities in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle, Worst Air Quality In The World
"A change in the weather is helping firefighters battling the deadly wildfires raging in the West. But the loss of life and property is devastating. This man lost his home in Colorado, You could hear the fire coming. It sounded like kind of like a freight train coming only a little bit lower. CBS's Donya Bacchus has been covering the fires from California smoke from or against three major fires is unimaginably widespread. It's worst air quality in the world is choking the Pacific coastline Seattle skyline to the North San Francisco more than 800 miles to the south and then to Los Angeles. The scenes and sickening air underscore for many that the climate is
U.S. Navy's first Black female fighter pilot to receive her wings
"Black woman fighter jet pilot gets her wings of gold this week. A story from CBS's Daniel Bacchus Lieutenant junior grade. Matalin Squiggle is making history as the Navy's first black female tactical jet pilots. I am really honored that I get to where the wings and fly planes and call myself a pilot. Hip hip Thie, Virginia native graduated from the U. S Naval Academy in 2017 before flight school. She had never even been in an airplane that was really excited on takeoff, like feeling the exhilaration and getting thrown back in the seat a little bit. That was awesome. Currently only 15 black female aviator serve in the Navy. Swagel hopes those numbers change. And
How States With Rising Coronavirus Cases Are Responding
"Ways. Some, like Georgia and Florida are resisting mandatory facemask quarters and right between those two states is Alabama's CBS's Donya Bacchus reports. Alabama's governor issued a statewide mandatory mask requirement, warning her state's hospitals are close to being overwhelmed. You should Have to be ordered to do what is in your own best interest. Meanwhile, Kansas Governor Lord Kelly is criticizing her state education system for not making precautions in schools mandatory cause the Board of Education's health guidelines are not enforced. I will also issue an executive order to make those common sense mitigation strategies that are in the board plan mandatory because we have already seen What happens when guidelines are voluntary. Kelly says she'll delay the reopening of Kansas public schools until after Labor Day because of a resurgence in reported Corona virus cases. Bill rake off CBS News Taking a look now for you with the
Red Sox dogged by claims of racism, sexual abuse
"Against racism, the Boston Red Sox are being called out by more than a dozen black men. They say they were sexually abused by a former Sox clubhouse manager, Donald Fitzy Fitzpatrick. The men say they were abused by Fitzpatrick as teenagers. Bacchus farce in 19 seventies claimed the team have refused to settle with them out of court. It's Patrick pleaded guilty to attempted sexual battery back in 2002. During those proceedings, he admitted he used team memorabilia to lure young black workers to be abused if it's Patrick died back in 2005. Red Sox did release a statement a few years back about it, but noted his actions occurred under previous team ownership. Meantime, in Texas the death of Army
Woman claims Ghislaine Maxwell raped her '20-30 times'; willing to testify
"Jeffrey Epstein's longtime girlfriend, Dylan Maxwell has pleaded guilty to six charges. Prosecutors say she helped recruit and groom girls as young as 14 for Epstein and others to sexually abuse. Ah, woman who claims she was sexually abused dozens of times by Epstein and Maxwell, starting when she was 14 says she's willing to testify. Take the stand and testify because I believe that she deserves to be where she's at today. Then she deserves to stay there for the rest of her life. The indictment alleges Maxwell helped groom girls as young as 14. Going. Bacchus far is 1994 and she could face up to 35
13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees
"The southern California boy something none of his other friends house for college degrees your four cultures corresponded Danya Bacchus introduces us to Jack Rico a thirteen year old boy orders for the Celsius degree this weekend by the way says is just getting started the young graduates received diplomas from Fullerton college in his front yard thank you all so much for coming in family can gradually to time with the drive by paraded his home in la mirada California is just full of knowledge now it's on to the university of Nevada Las Vegas to possibly study for a career in screen writing someone to go out for dinner Steven Spielberg all right you want to pick up Michael bay on the way you know like I would be pretty cool and as you can imagine Jack's parents are very proud of his heart is bigger than its
Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today
"Dive in to listener. Questions Ruben. Thanks so much for coming back on the show man. Thanks for the invite. Yeah it's GonNa be fun. I think you have some good insight on a lot of these questions today. Our first question is from will and it's actually a question that I don't think you and I have a lot of insight into so I've called in a remote correspondent to help us out with that. The question is are there any good places that you know of to pick up more stuff on affiliate marketing? One thing that came out of this past year is that I can write a lot faster and more effectively than I thought. I'm not convinced that writing code is even my strong suit even though lots of people tell me as I'd like to explore options in this area a bit more but I'd like to borrow your behest filter for a minute trouble with people. Teaching affiliate marketing is that they're also affiliate marketers and a signal to noise ratio is brutal thanks. Well that's been my experiences. Well I ruin before we recorded. You mentioned that you haven't been in the affiliate marketing area for a while. You'd never like that comment that most of the people selling courses our affiliate marketers as well. So it's really hard to know what's legit exactly you're dead on will and so what I did is I tapped a friend and mentor. Microsoft Speaker Taylor Hendrickson who does exist in that space a lot of the stuff and affiliate space. And let's throw that over to Taylor. Hey thanks for the question will give him my name's Taylor and I've been doing affiliate marketing in one form or another since before the panda update in Google which view non nerds out there almost ten years. Now you're completely right that most people out there who are quote teaching affiliate marketing actually aren't good at themselves or just regurgitating the same information. They senior of posted a billions of times. That doesn't actually help anything or anybody. So for that reason. I actually really don't have any good courses or resources to point to affiliate marketing. Who aren't just hawking the same stuff everybody else's but one of us did provide a little bit more perspective or way of thinking about affiliate marketing. I think will help guide you in the right direction and looking for the main core of affiliate marketing the same main core is normal business. You get into it solving the defined set of problems for defined audience. So when you look at WHO's doing that well filial marketing look at places like wire cutter. All they're doing is recommending the best version of whatever. The problem people were coming to the website for in exchange for the commission. They know that the only reason they have an audience were bought for untold. Millions OF DOLLARS BY THE NEW YORK. Times is because they provide amazing value to the people coming. They're looking for solutions to their specific problems. So I'd recommend the same thing for anybody looking to get into marketing. How can you provide value to very specific audience with very specific problems by recommending things that you would actually recommend to a friend or a loved one not just as a highest philly commission or just random things? You're trying to make a quick buck. People see through that really quick and if anybody is promising those one click riches or anything. That seems a little bit too good to be true or actually doesn't stand the test of this last another years completely run the other direction because they are probably a charlatan. So I know this doesn't quite answer the question you were asking but hopefully give some perspective as to how to think about this industry better now back to you rob. Thank you so much Taylor. Being are onsite correspondent for the affiliate marketing question. Our next question is a voicemail around new modes and methods of marketing. Hey Rob wave to Mike. Muslims donal longtime listener You both kept me going through tough times so really appreciate that. I'm a recent return to my home country of Ireland but a tech networks and security for a long time Bacchus I built my first self-funded. Saas up twenty eighteen. It did live technical screening of engineering skills and engineering skills but to get traction for a ton of reasons. somewhat intentionally did things backwards like built at first as I was new Tyrrell's and web APPs so I was learning as I went a failed at marketing failed to get paying customers Alba. I did demo for some large and small works on experimented with a whole host of cold and warm methods to get leads so after nearly given up I ended up pivoting PUN SIFT DOT com a few months ago to Saskatoon back in the deception text base. So it now automatically. Honey Tokens Your deploy branches effectively. It's kind of like a breach detection. Up for Saas and infrastructure. Codes did enables attacker detection in Minnesota the months but there's some customer education required for both security teams or engineering teams. And I'm trying to figure out positioning and pricing but my traffic is currently almost nonexistent so as I restart marketing efforts. I'm struck by the recent five. I'm hearing on the podcast and elsewhere that an email list an existing audience doesn't really cut it for Saas any longer so apart from one to one hundred. Combat Customer by customer are there any other new or nontraditional avenues? I should or could be exploring for marketing. Rather than content marketing. Seo PPC and giving talks doing. Podcasts ARE GONNA conferences any help or guidance. Much appreciated love what. You're both doing thank you so thanks so much for the question. I think I want to chime in real quick before I throw it over to you. I've heard a couple people quote back to me. That like on the podcast. I've said that having an existing audience doesn't help and I really want to clarify that. Because if you have an existing audience that is BTC. I'm sorry is a beat. A be focused audience and they could potentially be customer of yourself. I think there's huge value in that. Especially if you have ten thousand or thirty thousand on an email list when I talk about this audience thing not being the end all be all of SAS is that I've seen the kind of beat AC- marketers have a large audience of kind of WanNa preneurs or folks who were looking for that that opportunity to make a million to make money online crowd and then they try to launch US asset for them and they realized that none of them want to pay and the truth is through the roof. And there's a bunch of mess with it and and that is really hard. It's a lot harder than selling info products. That's more of what I'm saying. You are trying to say like if you have info product audience and you're making hundreds of thousands a year and you think that you can switch to SAS and make hundreds of thousands of year. I've never seen anyone do that. Well right so do you. Does that make sense? And do you agree or disagree with that? Yeah I completely agree that sort of the Internet marketing space where basically most. It's usually INFO`products where happens lot selling in that way Selling to people who are trying to buy Education courses and other products is different than selling a sas so yet. I've never seen it. I've known several people have tried to do it. That had big audiences that were successful with info products. Really usually struggle when it comes to selling this just because it's different. Yeah I agree. I think the one example that I can think of that worked with Klay Collins with Lepage's but it was man. It was all annual plans. It was pretty high pressure sales. If you went to their webinars it was really marketed. In a very specific way and frankly they struggle with that longer term they got big quickly but then that had its own drag on the business there couple there couple that have done it the It's not everyone but most people are not going to be able to do it. I'm the other one that I can think of is click funnels. What's his name Brunson something Russell Brunson. Yes so to donate question. What do you think about? And he mentioned a bunch of stuff Hussein content marketing. Seo Pay per click. One on one. I think he was meaning cold emails. Speaking at conferences. Going on podcast right and in my like all that stuff still works right right right it does. Some of it is harder than it used to be like paid. Ads are generally more expensive across the board content marketing back in the day. You do a volley Volume thing just published two three four five posts a week and the more republished more Traffic you got so in some ways it used to be easier but things have changed in its I'm not sure that I'd say that it's a lot harder. It's a little bit harder but it's it's also different so it's about like just getting educated on what's working nowadays I think it's part of it but I think one of the things that you mentioned was that he was trying to figure out positioning pricing. And things like that and I don't know about you but when I hear something like that I'd be kind of hesitant to start looking at channels. That are that are a lot of people aren't using there aren't proven because in my mind I would need to figure out that I can sell this product who the customer is had as a customer by that. This is going to work. That is fun that I have a funnel that kind of works before I kinda start exploring other channels and channels that that are little unusual or something like that right. Where do you think about that? Yeah I think you're right. It sounds like he's in customer Developmental Mostel. Maybe his product is is to the point. People can use it but if you don't positioning pricing down than yeah I wouldn't. I would really wouldn't start marketing yet. I would be doing a lot of sales. Yes so a lot of people equate the two is the but the different like I see. Sales is really a one on one. Act even if you draw in all the leads through marketing techniques than the sales becomes conversations. And that's where yeah in his case I'd be looking to have a lot of conversations and try to pick out their language to to figure out positioning you learn so much from those conversations that later help you do marketing In a better way otherwise. You're just sort of guessing you know. I'm I don't know this category. So maybe if this category has a lot of competitors and they're doing really well and it's pretty established the you know that this type of product works. That's a I think that's a different situation where you can have more A little bit more confidence but it still pays to sort of do that upfront work. I think
Wayne Marshall Discusses His Short Story Collection Shirl
"That you've been getting some great reviews rarely been rating than they In the press. But could you tell us a little bit more about the pathway from the awards at Josh mentioned. It's not quite as simple as just getting shortlisted. How did you get to this moment to die? Sure so the shortlisting was a whirlwind anthony. We'll stay with me for the rest of my life. I think Contacted by agents and publishes the very same day of the announcement which was fantastic announcement on on the announcement receiving emails frog messages on twitter. It was and and if you hate from a Christian Fish Chen or any of the other rod has its time experience so At that point I only had a thirty seven thousand word manuscript. It always influenced to actually Melanie Chang head submitted. A similar word can't install Ebay had had success. There was a Willa Center event where she spark and that was the moment that actually decided to submit the thing in the first place. It wasn't really on my right up at that point so it shows that a warden spas other artists to get input Stuff into the wool absolutely and so through that process affirm press came aboard and wanted to publish the book but it was still too short so the idea is that you would try to get the collection out as soon as possible. Bang that it was still you know the APLA shortlisting was still very much out there. So I had unwritten one story in the previous year and when I saw him with a fan press. The deal was four stories in four months which was terrifying and exhilarating the same time a deadline. Exactly it just shows you yes. So I managed to produce the full stories Are went for some. I didn't have time to doubt the material doubt the premises so I went with some stuff that I otherwise wouldn't have gone with had a bit of a list of ideas. I I did a deed but a few of the stories that had around for maybe three years but hadn't quite moved along with them or just forced myself to write first drafts. And it's down in the something to work with whereas before I just thought that ought not gonna work so there are two stories and it looked quite metaphysics which I played around with that conned of fiction nonfiction mash up a little awareness about their own existence. Yes side Some things that were on the journey to rotting show that awed decided it was time to put in such as I went through cancer In the in the early stages of the book which was an impetus to writing the book in the first place. And how did that for you up to to write. What has led to this stunning book? Yeah sure it freed me up in the sense that I thought none of these stories I would be published that you know it was very very seek That were just diagnosed and it took a year Eh. Going through all that until the second stint of came to water out again and I was doing came on Friday Friday mornings and I'd get up and write for two hours beforehand forehand and it was stuff just to amuse me. There was no industry. No hearing about concept about published that was turns out that that was exactly what I needed. It's so true silver lining from a very dark clad so with the stories and I. I can't believe how you do this. Every time we get to the end of the the story I had a hell. Did he do that now. I'm going to look at one section of prize from you've got people in the front of your book who've praised the collection who've read it in advance of publication GonNa Ray the nines to whine Makola Nikola generals in Reina. Neil all very influential influential writers an Australia authors but I actually want to zero in on John Rosen's because she starts in a way that you'd think the maybe this doesn't sound so vain she finishes cries. I'm going to read this APP. General sense is on Wine Marshall's collection show these stories of a strident men in small towns and pull suburbs stories of sport drinking fighting and love sands awful right that she puts but there's a big battle here but these are stories. Tall was SAIMAA chart. Wit a meticulous craft that even as you're reading about a limitation Class A man in love with a kangaroo a mermaid on a fishing trip. You're asking yourself why did did this really happen. Wine Marshall is a worthy successor to his town might pay to carry. That's prize. It went a writer of gorgeous imagination endearing experimentation ikin compassion and chill is one of the best books of Australian stories. You'll rate wow and autograph with her on that assessment. I'm not gonNA make anymore. The raiders. Fortunate can't that listeners. Fortunately can't say that here but there are other prize in however automob- beyond that prize tries to the craft. You mentioned before how it freed you up to right. I'm GonNa quite something. It sounds like a real mouthful from aristotle. approachable impossibility is preferable to an impossible probability. I I had to write that. Deng's always mix it up but in wine Mashall's world old. You start with the everyday will that we think we Then you give it a bizarre twist and you you make us believe it. And that's what I my. By the time you get to the end and status with his arresting ending. We took hand-held that he does that. So do you start with the bizarre edition or the ordinary reward and let it emerge. Yes so it's normally. It will come to me in a bizarre image or concept. They're usually quite concept driven stories so we start not like that and I guess I've always had that Oban. I'd been working on writing for ten years before I started having success with these stories and I could come up with an initial initial idea well enough but I think what was holding you back as well is. This seems to me now. Like a Secondary Act of imagination. Where you get the blood D- But the grounding the will building the making real which is absolutely essential on not so much into say straight out surrealism where it's just go let craziness? I want. Want to feel absolutely real and so. That's the big task beyond the initial idea. And that takes a lot of drafting and all that. So I'm probable impossibility impossibility. You believe. This could happen but you know it's impossible in the back up. Yes you do that. So it's the balance of the two and finding what you call a secondary incidental storyline more like. I guess it would come back to will building the Secondary Act of imagination. You've gotta fill that. Would you've go to populate it you've got to fill it with all the details not too many. That it bogs down and working in short stories. You've got a zipper too long. But I wanted to feel real fo for raiders but real to me too I want these stories to feel absolutely real. Even though they're crazy like I know I'm going to go to a specific example here and it's it's the story that's inspired the cover of show and a man has fallen in love with the kangaroo route. How on Earth do you make that real that that sort of the bizarre things you wouldn't put it in a literary collection of short? Say How do you make that believable including that the kangaroos wearing accounting jumping. I think it's the stuff like the cotton jump and the party pause and the name of the beer and the name of specific replies that gives it that you can feel that house and that place and the two men that popular that story. I think this is real reality to those guys. And that's where I grew up. That's my culture and so drew on all of that again beyond the crazy idea to fill it with with realistic Dato and to just dropped often draft and draft until it felt real it does feel very real one of the things I really liked about. It was the kangaroo. Never reacts in the way you expect now take something personally and some there does that so you give it a three dimensional character a kangaroo. Yeah but you don't buy that. We all got along with each. I really like I think you. Would you call that an. I probably want to bring this up in terms of defining does the Jonah but would you call it magic realism of fantastic realism here. I'm a bit be careful with the magic realism stuff. Because it has a specific origin and a specific cultural lineage being in South America and the magic realists to come out of there so that the second one fantastic realism. It's really you know. Version of magic. Yeah improbable things happen everyday. Well I think I'm coming more and more to the understanding that I my entire style comes out of the young culture that I grew up in. I grew up at a suburban Melbourne with people. Ah stood around telling toll stories full exaggeration and huma and color and be twists. And I've just realized that informs my style so much that sums up beautifully and it shows and all your work now you have a Melbourne launched last week at the hill of content bookstore in Melba. You've got a bacchus marsh. Could you tell us the data. Yes I do. So we have a launch of the Pekka Smash Lobby this Saturday at twelve thirty. And it's GonNa be really special because they've supported may for so long mm-hmm and they gave me and another friend of mine. Jim Tully Mila the lessons to do things like create the pay to carry short story award which we in running for four years. It's just small ward. That is now national and really personal imprimature. Hasn't yes and hate us as the winning stories and to talk to someone like to carry even Chrissy. Molly's Alley's huge so. Tom Employs at the back of Smash Library this Saturday at at twelve thirty at twelve. Thirty four thirty. Yes yes exactly yes thank. You're very much wind Marshall on your congratulations on your debut. Collection of short stories show is the title published by FM. Prison back to you
Travel to Tainan, Taiwan
"I'd like to welcome the show. Katie Liang who is come to us from Vancouver British Columbia. Come to talk to us about Tynan. In the country of Taiwan Katie is from photo spire D- Dot Com. She is a blogger there and we'll put a link to that in the show notes and now katy welcome to the show. Thanks for having amy. So what's your connection. I with Taiwan so I was actually born and raised in Taipei Taiwan which is the capital city of Taiwan. I moved to Canada when I was eleven years old. And I've been back and forth in between the two actually look in Taiwan for four years after graduating university and I just recently moved back to Vancouver have but I will go back to Taiwan again in the next few months or so you have two homes is really what you're telling us. Essentially I cannot sort of home because my family's here and my cats is here. I think spiritually I really really Miss Taiwan and I think I think that's where I really feel at home. Excellent will in. Why should someone go to this? Part of Taiwan. We've talked about Taiwan the show three times before I think this is an area we have dealt with. Why should we go to China so I want to talk about ten specifically because I really enjoy going in there so it can be the short weekend trip for me? But I've been there numerous times and each time so much to discover and I think the essence assists me about the warmth the people there and history and culture can find there and we're in the southern part of the island on the western coast of Taiwan so the opposite end of the airline pretty much from Taipei. I guess you could say that. It's about four hours drive from Taipei. But if you take the high speed rail it's only two and a half hours. What should we do in China? What itinerary recommend for US Tannen on is really about the street food so the first thing going to try is definitely to find some Thomas Breakfast so breakfast is essentially things psych? Mike Soya milk so if you find a place where they make fresh soya milk it can really taste of roast. You can also find things. I Chinese donuts and counting style armlet so those are really excellent. They don't want to donate is. I don't know what a Chinese style Avocados got pastry. And then the egg on top and you can flavor with sway sauce and I think they usually ask some corn or pork floss but it depends John. What can flavor you want? It's a really good start today because you have so many different things. Is there a particular region of the city street or or vendor. You would send us to for street food street. Food obviously changes sometime. Yeah so actually confined to bacchus everywhere throughout Ireland. Four China China is especially they have very unique. Take on breakfast so they like to eat. Things are really heavy for breakfast so you might find. Do things like Taro cake for breakfast or shrimp meatballs for breakfast. So those things are a bit more heavy but down really very flavorful. They really give you the energy for the rest of the day. We'll let me let me pin you down a little bit here so I arrived. Let's say by train high speed rail. I get out of the train station. Should I hit the very first vendor. I find or is there particular direction. I should head to find the best street food. So if you get up to high speed rail you won't be in town and city centres. It's actually. It's actually quite a drive from city centre so you can take a shuttle or hop on the regional train and get there here in maybe ten or so and since the descend to attend find much more options so once I've been city centre. They're we're all over the place. I would start my search the Tannen train station. So there's lots of streets and lots of street vendors there and I'm sure any one of them will be really good next okay so after breakfast you'll probably to explore a bit more so I recommend the streetcars Gosh Shannon's street. What's unique about the streets? It was once one of the busiest streets in China because of trade the town I used to be really famous canals and waterways. That was how people got around in days overtime. Dock became less popular and the street fell under repair now all the government has really revived it. And now it's become a cultural hub of so you can find this stroz cafes frosts and lots of things to do that's a good place to check out the street one more time Hsien no streets so it's spelled S. H. E. N. N. O. N. G. But one thing had to be careful of that has to have a lot of different crafts and handmade stuff there so most of the vendors don't want you to take photos yeah you you can take photos of the streets for not of the products are selling in. What kind of products am I going to see it? Sh- street very unique seven years. I I can take home because I find that if you go to a souvenir store general you find the same stuff. All throughout the island are Chanel. Street can find glow pouches. You can use for coins and there's also traditional closing got it. This is when you say street. This is more like an alley. Yeah exactly so if you look on Google maps is actually really short. Okay Yeah so is you are for you probably we're too. I think it's a good time to cool down because hands generally very warm authored a year. So you might want to go and in have some shaved ice and so one place. I recommend as Code Eugen. It's spelled Y O U C h e the N. G. so very famous for the mango shift is and that's usually during the summer months. That's when the mangoes are in season and the most suites and so you have to order the mango shaved ice. If you go there during the summer so it's better to order strawberries in the winter because that's when strawberries we saw in season then after chastise onto more food because this is really just food brings allow memories of place and I really liked to discover food cities to food. I find out fascinating because of that after that I recommend for land she can go to do south for the Dandy Noodle Noodle is also unique Tatan it's actually become uh-huh so famous that it's the number one search word fourteen. Okay Okay and so. There's a story behind it so it used used to be that fishermen in town then they would have a few months of rough season. Were unable to go out to see and so this guy who he wants to to survive over the few months so he started selling noodles at Temple Square and because he was carrying the noodles over like a shoulder pole as he named her Danzon. Nudo for that. You're sorry you by Chinese is not as good as here's the meaning of the word is Dan's I is our knees for the shoulder. Polls OCHRE got it. You'll find actually several locations for Danzon. You'd in China and all claim to be the original and I'm not quite sure which is actually the original but the one I went is actually actually the most humble looking I should say and this right across from chicken tower. which is the most famous landmark container? So it should be it'll find Quite easily and it's very good snack food for lunch or for any time of the day actually okay and you see ah the Tower Chicano Tower C H I H K an correct. Yeah so that brings onto the next eighteen points. It's of interest to check out the tower because it is mostly landmark in China and lots of stories and legends behind a plays You'll find out. There's nine turtle looking statues placed throughout the compound. Yeah they symbolize strength because they carried tower which is interesting. There's also this myth. That's there was like a tunnel dot com next tower to another nearby forts switch. I'll talk about later. There were used by the Dutch in earlier days. The two towers are connected to the Dutch so the Dutch they had a colony colony here in town trading city. Yes was one of the early years establishments in Taiwan and so the Dutch came around around sixteen hundreds and they built a fort called. Well we call it today on PM sports and then lead it. Also builds Chicano she can tower and a bunch of other landmarks and Tannen and so a lot of architecture. Here is really inspired by that area. Time not that. This tower looks Dutch. So yeah she kantar actually does now look Dutch because being through several changes and so now it looks more Chinese after that I would recommend checking out the other folks I was talking about. which is this is a bit on the outskirts of town? You'll likely get due to afford by the streets so the old St is another interesting place at checkout. Because has the many street vendors for drinks and snacks and dessert. You might find things like Tofu. Pudding desserts my find things like the voice Oyster omelets which is famous in Taiwan. The Ford has so much history. You can find a remains the original wall on account pound literally a wall right next to you this memorial hall. That explains the history behind a consider photos and can see the artifacts remaining take time
"bacchus" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS is Danya Bacchus has the latest from Los Angeles investigators are taking a close look at video of Kobe Bryant's Tropper just minutes before it went down it appears to show the choppers circling near Burbank airport and its final twelve seconds of flight the helicopter basic left and abruptly descended following up to five thousand feet per minute it's the last recorded speed was about a hundred eighty four miles per hour in this is the pretty steep descents at high speed so it wouldn't be a normal landing speed the NTSB says it has wrapped up its investigation at the crash site and I padded cell phone found at the scene will be examined in Washington DC a preliminary report will be released in about ten days down your back is CBS news Los Angeles the president and his allies in Congress are now engaging in a full court press to discredit former national security adviser John Bolton as a vote on whether to call witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial draws near CBS news White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy report as a senior official says the White House has gone to def con to to prevent witness testimony the president tweets a warning to his fellow Republicans urging them to remember witnesses were already called in the house he adds don't let the dams play you he also blasts his former national security adviser claiming John Bolton begged him for the job and if Mr trump listen to his advice would have led the country in the world war six Rudy guiliani the president's personal attorney tells CBS news he's a backstabber Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House teachers in the Chula Vista elementary school district or walking out after the final bell today the tourist educators union says they've been negotiating with the district for the past nine months without any real progress you're pushing for a salary increase that does not also increase class sizes community leaders and residents fighting the pollution flowing up from Mexico or celebrating today signing of a new trade agreement in Washington the story next it's not just a when the day care calls at four to see your little one has a fever when that swollen ankle from Saturday soccer can't wait till Monday when you're away on vacation and forgot your allergy prescription.
Jeff Bezos' girlfriend shared text messages about their affair
"There are new developments as part of a probing sampling whether a publisher tried to extort Amazon chief Jeff Basil's Amazon founder in Washington post owner Jeff Bezos's extramarital affair is back in the spotlight federal prosecutors have reportedly obtained evidence tying leaked text messages from Basil's to his girlfriend's brother according to the Wall Street journal the evidence shows Basil's his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez said her brother Michael Sanchez a shirtless picture of bass solos and a flirtatious message from him CBS news correspondent Dana Bacchus there it comes just days after you and reports said Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Selmon had may have been involved in the hacking of Basil's his
"bacchus" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sept three gonna cut out here after the reading of all the victims yeah they want to make it clear they have recovered old thirty four bodies from the dive boat fire the conception which are burnt and then sunk on Labor Day also pull the entire boat up and you can see it they have pictures of it here during this news conference what they have to read off the bottom of the of the ocean there I we're gonna angel mon Bacchus earlier today the national transportation safety board and some preliminary investigative results to share with the public and see what happened there Andrew how are you. Hey good afternoon doing just fine the preliminary report was just two pages long and really the thing that stuck out about this report is it said the crew members all five who survived were asleep at the time the fire broke out and remember early on we heard from the Coast Guard that the regulations required at least one person to be awake all night at a roving night watchman they call this person but for whatever reason all five crew members who were sleeping on the upper level of the boat were apparently as sleep when the fire broke out read about three fifteen in the morning that's Labor Day I wonder if that still said that happens on every single boat ride every day in America like everybody everybody else it was intentional or accidental you know it could have been somebody was supposed to be awakened fell asleep in a chair or was it actually intentional that all five went to bed because the lawyer for the the operators of the boat company really kind of disputes this already saying that the there was a check one of the crew members did a check about two thirty in the morning but when this thing actually happened apparently just shortly after three the NTSB is saying that all five crew members were a sleep and what they described in interviewing the crew members is that the crew kind of runs out and they immediately see fire coming from the lower levels they tried to go down and check but one ladder to get down below was on fire they try to go to another entrance to the sleeping quarters were all the passengers were and that was blocked by fire they did have the occasion to check out the engine room on the boat and they said there was no fire there so of course investigators haven't pinpointed where within the boat that the fire started but it seems like it was at least close to if not actually in the area were all these passengers were they did put in a recommendation on how the on how the Chargers for phones another. devices ought to be I'll have a charging ought to be handled to reduce a fire risk. yeah the and that was coming from the Coast Guard yeah they were saying that really crew should limit the use of power strips extension cords and the charging of lithium ion batteries because that will be a focus what was going on in the in the compartments where the passengers were sleeping where they're a bunch of chords that had anything to do with this again of course is going to take the NTSB about a year to ultimately finalize its report about where this started and why but that is really one of the points that people are interested in right now what if any role did these power strips are extension cords have and and really today was a fairly short preliminary report from the NTSB they do this with every investigation but that headline really is at odds with what we've been hearing from the Coast Guard that at least one crew member is required on a boat such as this to be awake to alert people in the event of some sort of emergency and the NTSB is initial reviews says all five people who run the upper level were sleep is that enough for a criminal case you think. it's cool well there could potentially. yeah I I suppose there could be an and that's what the US attorney's office in the DA's office in Santa Barbara county are looking into obviously I think most people know the NTSB doesn't do any criminal work they just find what they find but investigators are really gonna look for any kind of of wrongdoing and as we talked about last week there is now a criminal investigation going on so that could be a component to it for sure because as we've talked as we've heard from investigators early on in the annual inspections of this particular both the conception that both his past all the inspections are hasn't been anything wrong with it it's metal the regulations and we also found out from this report today that that the crew member said there were no mechanical issues on board there were no electrical problems that date identified and they said that the smoke alarms were going off on the boat so they worked it wasn't as if people were caught totally off guard by a non working smoke alarms so that cursory investigation that started shows that the practical things the hardware was working they just have to figure out what caused it why in NY all members were sleeping already into thanks for that report be appreciated yeah you got it I think the phrase it sticks out the most from we learned even in the days after this happened a compliant fire trap. which leads me to believe I don't know about a criminal case against to the quality but they're going to overhaul a lot of the dive boat safety the way the vessels are extracted and they they have to have a better set of escape routes right is obviously. it seems like the conception complied with whatever the rules are but it still was a disaster and they've got they've got to do some kind of upgrade for these charging stations yes he also gonna times just had a story this morning that some passengers who had been on the conception for earlier trips said they remember the cruise professional conscientious but they also took the briefing was inadequate and they were never told about a disk a patch in the bunker. that I guess you would need to know in the event of an emergency like if they if they or maybe they don't remember I zone out with all those security things yeah they were time making a video I mean I died I hate it when that you get that airline plane airline video yeah I lied to comes on the island points don't know what's gonna happen if there really is a problem everybody's going to scream like crazy and everyone's going to storm for the exit all at once okay doesn't really matter what they say. you're you're gonna have the fight or flight syndrome or ride yeah you're gonna panic panic as the natural reaction we got more coming Johnny can KFI.
"bacchus" Discussed on On The Media
"Politics and culture veteran india you form the no matter the way you looked you could still buy into the civic nationalism of india and you could still be indian in that way today. India's the world's largest democracy with one point three billion people in nineteen forty seven it was the job of narrow and the assembly to bring together the diverse interests of the world's youngest democracy for example the constitution itself recognizes twenty two languages these values in china and india's a on jonah by a concern assembly consisting mainly of people would fought for freedom against the british. This is happening against incredible bloodshed between hindus and muslims when partition happens as india celebrated independence hits the country was divided into two nation states an estimated fifteen million people were uprooted as hindus and sikhs moved to india and muslims moved to bacchus despite sectarian violence that has continued over many decades the ideals of a multicultural diverse india. We're still the country's northstar and unity in diversity. The city was really pushed out. You know i remember this right to the ninety s when i was a kid where you have these government ads basically short muslim muslim hindu and christian hanging out doing their thing there was this message santo that india sort of belong to everyone one who lived in how is the story of india changing now and who's behind it the main actor i think behind it is part of the agenda party which translates to indian people's party short into the b._j._p. Prime minister narendra modi's party the have a specific and distinct idea of in different what india was founded on. They believe india's hindu nation in this scenario trim for christian. You sort of get excluded. This was doctrine championed dia person who lived in colonial india salva soccer a far-right independence activist and writer popularized the ideology of hindu nationalism called in the twa in one thousand nine hundred ninety three in an influential text he wrote that hindutva is quote not not a word but a history. He basically says that anyone who considers india his holy land is a true indian who has holy places outside of india for example catholics have the vatican in europe and muslims have mecca in saudi arabia. They are not really truly in the b._j._p. Draws inspiration ration- from sovereign work and traces its roots back to a pro hindu group founded in one thousand nine hundred thousand five the most influential of witches russia swayamsevak a._m._c. <unk> sung which translates to the national volunteers organization the r._s._s. They aren't a political party. They don't stand in elections almost every important walking person the b._j._p. Was once a member this includes prime minister during their mo- the the tentacles of the r._s._s. spread far and wide. The office has has worked at the grassroots for decades. Nobody knew in nine hundred sixty that the media people wanted to come to the rise of the b._j._p. Can be traced back to the nineteen eighteen eighty s when hindu-nationalist let violent movement to demolish mosque in north india and build a hindu temple in its place india is in political turmoil at least one hundred people have died in religious violence which erupted across the country since militant hindus tore down a mosque in the northern town of iota yesterday there were riots sites all throughout the country you know for almost a year tens of thousands of people were killed one government ministers that it was the worst crisis for secular india since hat atma gandhi's assassination in nineteen forty eight he goes from being this fringe ideology and sort of comes to occupy scientists. That's been the b._j._p. Become the largest party in india's parliament fundamental to the hindu nationalist message is that hindus are native to india historians have found that actually the origins of hinduism hinduism came from the mixing of thriving civilization in northwest india and the aryans who came from outside india something the hindu nationalists deny because they want the hindus to be the sons of the soil and therefore they are revealing the indian history in that light christopher lowe is a senior research fellow at the french national centre for scientific research and visiting professor at the king's college india institute the cigarette thing that they are very much skin on is to depict the islamization of india the way islam became one of the important religions of india as us violent process historians have pointed to the fact that hindu rulers could be just as violent and that the r._s._s..
"bacchus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Beat Milwaukee stay in this series. They've got one more at home and they could possibly tie this thing up and make it into a series of the buck struggle offensively. Is that Toronto's defense whereas that them just struggling shooting the basketball a little bit of both into five of sixteen did not hit a three and three attempts did have twenty three rebounds, but only scored twelve points before we found out in the second overtime with about four twenty left in that one MIR Tich three of eleven Chris Middleton three of sixteen. One of six scored nine and Eric Bledsoe. Three of sixteen one of six scored eleven saved by the bench to stay in this, Malcolm Brogdon, and had twenty in George hill has been excellent in these playoffs seven of nine three four from three. He scored twenty four but let me flip it over to the Toronto side of things acquired plead fifty two minutes in this game. He scores thirty six. Scores. Eight in the second overtime to get this game in the victory column for the raptors. Let's be honest, down three oh, your own one thirty five in history. So you don't win this game. You're, you're your season is affectively over. What has coli Leonard done done nothing? Maybe everybody knew this in the NBA. He is good. He did win a championship, but he hasn't been talked about is free agency, at least in the same vein as Kevin Durant, which has been highly publicized. Maybe it's some of his fault Irving highly publicized, some of his fault question about it. So maybe it's just quiet stays quiet by and large. He just stays quiet. That's Leonard does. So is it just that? Or is he going to make the type of impact kyri Durant, wherever he goes that team becomes contender or a bigger contender, depending on where he goes? I think he I think he is that kind of an impact guy because he's a two way player. He's a defensive player and he's an offense of player and absolutely. He's the kinda guy that, that can absolutely. The impact the thing and change your fortunes as a franchise. I expect him to go to the to to the LA clippers. It's it's a perfect match bomber. Gave Jerry West millions of dollars try to attract a free agent like to this point Chinese unable to land that big fish kill Lan Kwai. Maybe somebody else tonight. John, Larry Krueger on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Rana wins in double overtime. Eighteen one twelve and again coined Leonard plays. Fifty two minutes scored thirty six points eight in the second overtime to lead the raptors to victory all. Yes. Appear via the shell Pennzoil performance line. And that's where Josh Lewin Berg is he covers the raptors for TSN Canada? And you can follow him on Twitter and should at J Lou L. E W, ten fifty Josh, obviously, we were just talking about quite later in the offseason, but there is still season to play because he scored the thirty six and they pull this thing to within two games to one plane. The fifty two minutes as much burden has he has carried throughout this playoffs? How much? Longer. Can you do it? The question right now is healthy. Is he I mean, even in the game was on a dunk in the first quarter, he seemed to come down awkwardly on his leg was limping and hobbling around a little bit. And then again, something looked like towards the end of regulation on a on a big dunk, but to me this game more than maybe any, we've seen coli from Hawaii throughout his career spoke to his incredible will to win. We've been seeing that to a degree throat this postseason carried a massive workload with I think, for the most part is role players. Letting him down Jack has been good lower. I think has been better at this than than people even realize the exception of a few games. But that has been has had the why today fifty two minutes as I said, playing most of those while hobbling around on on one leg. It wasn't perfect standard. Like he's usually far more efficient than he was tonight. Just gutting it out the way that he did. And then late in the game when they needed him the most making big plays on both ends a couple of skills. Like those of you have to see this to believe that even possible type defensive plays that he makes, and then I think a big part of it, too, is defending yawn. The way that he did. Because that was the big adjustment going into this thing we were wondering what is Nick nurse gonna do? He had hinted at some lineup changes in the end, we got no line of changes. But the big change was instead of putting. Pasco. Ceac Amman Janas, it was quite pretty much for the full game in this was as bad game as I as I seen honest place, early postseason, but maybe even during the whole season. So this was a yet, I think another masterpiece for by in a series of masterpieces so far this playoff. You know, buttonholes IRS the established coach with a with a longer track record of success. Nurses, a younger coach. Is there an adjustment that he can make them? They get the wind today at home but Milwaukee's still very much in control the series. You see nurse doing anything judgment wise with his line of going into the next game. I mean if he didn't do it today. I'm not sure that there's anything you do going into games. Four, I honestly believe in addition to him sort of tipping his hand in the conference, call yesterday ending that there were line of changes to come. I don't know if that was gamesmanship on his part, maybe keep the buck on their feet or if he had actually seriously considered it meant change his mind last minute. I thought the move was going to be to start Sergio Baca and bring Mirka soul off the bench. I think going into this Bacchus seems like the better matchup against the walkie. Historically, his played really well against no Ocoee, and Kosolapov while he matches up easily. Well with Lopez one on one, I think, just look at the big picture, and how the bucks play how tempo they play a run. They shoot a lot of threes. It's tougher for a guy that's the more traditional center like like a soul, so that scene like. It was going to be to move going in. But the one thing that nurse said on the conference. Call yesterday sort and hedging a little bit is, it's a tough call said, you sort of decision of whether or not, you want to make the change, or you want to go with the guys that brought, and that sort of lost in all this, and you look at mentioned lower and how I think his postseason has been better than the numbers might indicate the same can be said for Marcus all kind of like seven foot Kyle Lowry in that so much of what he does so much of what he brings or things that don't show up on the box for. So I don't think the raptors all where they're at right now. I don't think they're in the conference finals without the defense played in round one against an all star and then round two against impede a superstar, neutralize them both. So, I think in the end of the day, nurse looked at it said, okay, I'm gonna go with the guy that we brought in to get us over the hump. At this time of year and two nurses, credit you stuck to his guns. India. I think it worked out, pretty well today you barely even played coming off the bench and soul. You had some strange moments that, that passed that he sort of moved over everyone's head and turned over lead to a fast break one of the strangest turnovers I've ever seen outside of a few moments. I thought he was really good here in game three. So he adjustment. Turned out to be no adjustment. And it works. Into the night. John, Larry Krueger on ESPN radio and the ESPN app, Josh Lewin. Berg he covers the rafters for TSN in Canada, at J Lou ten fifty by the way, a great quote from coli on your on your Twitter page. Of course, miss those free throws in regulation that could have sent the raptors home. Little bit earlier. They win his line is nice. He scored twenty-five grabbed eleven boards. So that's good. But qui- wasn't very happy that he missed those free throws regulation, which required him to play as he said, almost an hour. It was very close to an hour. Fifty two minutes. And he let. No about it. Ceac sort of said. All right. Well, I'm sorry. Why them why apparently he says, I'm sorry, why on the free throws next time. But that's and that's sort of been the type of player in the type of person that he's been all year. Not only is he very likely to win the NBA most improved player award, but he's really embraced this idea of being a most improved player. What does that mean what does it mean to him? I think it's meant being a sponge out there on the floor allowing moments that he's never experienced things that he's never experienced in his career as a player to help him grow, whether that's through success through failure. Got a lot of success, if you make them better. But then we've seen a lot of failure from him as well. Especially recently, he had a really good first round series against your Orlando, and even that was a big step. Because no team defended Ceac better during the regular season than Orlando. Jonathan Isaac and his length really bothered PASCAL. But yakim was great in the first round. Then in the second round he struggled, you defended mostly by Joel Embiid. One of the best defensive players in the league and also very different type of defender than he's used to facing. Now, all of a sudden, he's seeing Jaanus another one of the best defensive players on the planet. So I think that this has been a learning experience for him to. I'm not sure whether or not we're gonna see the fruits of that about labor immediately, if all of a sudden he's gonna bounce back and have a great series if he does, I think that helps the rafters from endlessly. But I think this is the sort of thing. This is the type of series where in a year from now in two years from now, whether you who knows how good, he becomes all stall, or whatever, we're going to look back at this and say, okay, it's types of moments those big free throws at the end that he missed these types of moments that really helped him grow as. A player and a lot of credit for that because it does seem like not only the employees from last year this year. But if you watch them enough, you, you look at his progression will really seeing growth and things that he's added to his game almost a week to week, maybe even gained the game basis. Josh great stuff. We appreciate the insight winning team. Won twelve double overtime Toronto draws within two, one of the box in the Eastern Conference. Finals, thanks so much. We appreciate it. All right. Take care. Triple action protection for optimal engine performance with show v power nitro plus premium gasoline..
"bacchus" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And groundbreaking. She's the first Cuban-American lead of a network comedy on NBC Sunday unweakened edition from NPR news. We can edition comes up at five AM on K Q E D. The week after the Muller report was finished thousands of elderly and ill people said I stayed alive for this. I'm Peter sale this week. We'll talk about the bombshell that landed with a wet splat and Broadway and TV star Andrew Reynolds joins us develop at a couple of dunes. Join us for wait. Wait, don't tell me the news quiz from NPR. Wait, wait comes up. Right. After weakened addition. And that is at ten AM on public radio. Welcome back. I'm Robert krulwich. I'm Latif Nassir and this is radio lab, and we're trying to fix democracy in this hour in little bits and pieces. We have been talking about this and thinking about this around the office for for a little while. And one of our fellow producers at our sister more perfect. Okay. Sarah, Sarah, Cari, she just took me and Simon great great and just dragged us into a studio. Okay. So we've been having this conversation about whether our democracy is broken for like a few months now. And like every meeting that we've had I've been the one in the room being like guys are democracies fine. Like have you seen other places? This is crazy like who are these people that think like our democracy is broken like they don't know what they're talking about. And do you know why like where where where's that feeling coming from? Well, okay. Can you tell me your name? Was ma. Probably because of this woman. I must. I was. In relation to me. Your mom, my mom, and both of my parents actually, grew up in Bacchus on that is the big thing. Twenty five years of my life that I spent and I feel which is a pretty young country. And it's it's just struggled so much to keep its democracy alive and healthy. And I I saw the consequences of not getting the full democracy then in Pakistan, so that then after living twenty five year of next twenty five years of my life in America. I really found out the value of democracy as an individual and as a as a group also. So that's kind of how I've always understood our democracy. But then Simon I listened to your Ireland story with all of this ranked choice voting stuff. And and that's the first moment when I was like, oh, like, maybe maybe our way of doing things is broken like it. Maybe suddenly aware of the fact that in our system candidates don't actually need a majority of the votes to win. You have candidates who then make that calculation where they say, I only really have to win the votes of people who are in my base. That's if those if my base is bigger than everybody else's base. Then like screw everyone else. Yeah. It seems like an a democracy. Most people should vote for the person who wins like it should be that most people are in some way in some preference. Supporting the person who comes to power. Yeah. Exactly. And it's funny. Like when I heard about ranked choice voting I was like, oh like this system is so cool because it it's I feel like it addresses that exact problem. And when I asked her around a number of people pointed to this moment in two thousand and with the election when Bush loses the popular election, but he wins because he wins in Florida. And so people look at the results in Florida and see that a bunch of votes that might have gone to L or they go instead to Ralph Nader who then becomes you know, sort of notorious as the spoiler that that may be ruined the election for Al Gore in and after two thousand and at that point, you do see some cities that start to adopt ranked choice voting at the local level San Francisco. Yes, San Francisco is here is San Francisco is Dominic. Yes. This is. Oh, hey Dominick. What's up? Hey. What's up? So this is Dominic for CASA. Check check check. Yeah. He he used to do radio. But now, he's a reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. I'm a city hall reporter for the chronicle. Yes. So the very first rink choice election in San Francisco happened in two thousand four, but it was actually a ring choice voting became. I guess the city's method or the city system if you will back in two thousand and two where there was a ballot initiative that was passed by voters that said like look this is going to be the system that we're going to implement going forward. So the vast majority of local elected offices are chosen with with ranked choice contest. So city council. The board of supervisors the school board are like assessor recorder and in one very specific election. The case in the mayor's race the case in the mayor's race. Okay. Great. I can't believe this was just a few months ago. It seems like a long time ago at this point. Okay. So early twenty eighteen the San Francisco mayor's race kicked off and when it really kicked into gear there were three leading candidates. You.
"bacchus" Discussed on The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy
"But that would really misunderstand the platform. Go Jek is ridesharing, but it also includes food delivery, and courteous, and all sorts of other activities, and what they really did is they took digital technology and applied it to the problems that you would find the local problems, and Indonesia, and he won who's ever been to Jakarta can tell you that the big problem there, of course, is the traffic and the logistical and transportation problems. So you know, what the what the founder deem? Mockery match. Did was he took some of that learning from Uber. And he tried to solve the local problem of transportation focused like a laser on those local problems and turned down lots of other interesting temptations at a lot of digital companies in the west would have been tempted by like doing messaging or blockchain and just focused like a laser on solving the transportation and logistics problem and quickly became the most important digital company or platform in Indonesia, as a result Aisha, your work involves advising companies on at it seems that in particular is is the first technological wave where we really see that Asian companies again in particular Chinese organizations. Not just keeping up with the his in in the western in the US that are actually in some cases, taking the lead is that correct? And if so would you do that too? Very important part of building. Artificial intelligence engines is having data a lot of the models. That are being used today are actually conceived off by researchers in the west, but when it comes to their implementation -application to problem use cases, China, Indonesia, even Bacchus Don all of these Asian countries are galloping forth because they have so much information now that they're getting from the mobile phone and the usage of the mobile phone, which is generating huge amounts of data. And because the mobile phone is not only to make calls or messaging, but also used for a variety of things everything from food delivery as was just mentioned to transportation to even banking. Now, there is a diverse and useful set of data that is being used by these companies to create and model new kinds of businesses and. Services. So one thing of is the explosion of data, and what that enables any company to do and it comes to artificial intelligence. The other thing is talent. And as was rightly said earlier, there's a great deal of talent. But one of the reasons why in countries other than China and China has been a consistent effort of investment, and engineering, but we begin to see talent rising and other parts of Asia as well is because of the proliferation of mooks, and the fact that people self teach themselves so much in fact, if you look at digital freelancers, a huge population of freelancers who work online come from Asia. And a lot of them are self taught in technology and increasingly now so in data science, and then machine learning through courses, and of course, Sarah you to me, even dastardly. I think these two together are. Creating an environment where I companies can actually build the products they need. Now, the reason that innovative is not only because of the talent and the data..
"bacchus" Discussed on The Rachel Cruze Show
"Love to plants the fact that your travel agent. Do you love it? How you doing six years and fell of it? It's not too shabby gig. We get to go down and check out the resorts firsthand and see what's going on down there. And so. That way we can tell the clients what to go where to go where not to go. Yeah. Okay. So any other tips since this is like, you're an expert all of us any tips for people travelling on a really tight budget on a really tight budget. Well, we can't we touched on plan ahead. But also, and this is this is something that a lot of people might not be able to control, but the time of your definitely influences. So if you're looking to travel spring break summer, Christmas, basically anytime the kids are out of school, it's gonna be higher price. So if you can travel on the shoulder season, meaning right before the kids get out of school or maybe right after they go back or maybe the week after thanksgiving but not in Christmas. You're definitely going to see some major deals during those times that Sogo actually Winston I we went to the beach. This was years ago. I think it was like into Bacchus because most people in the south start yet like early August and Rachel it was empty like I couldn't I could not. Believe it. And we said we were like, this is our thing. If we go on trips, we are gonna go when every other kinison school. We got an extra thirty percent are wasn't booked, and you can definitely find some deals when everybody's not. They're good. Yes. So not traveling high-seas. Void crowd. You'd better deals all the above rights. Okay. So what's mother mistakes people make? So when thing that would seem completely obvious. I think but to a lot of people it creates stress starting off vacation is not putting a time in between your flight. So if your next time is forty five minutes, and you're in the Atlanta airport, and you have to go from a domesticate to international gate. You better be wearing your tennis shoes..
"bacchus" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Because that's what we aren't for the past five years. Our not we're not letting ourselves get warped back into that. Because Yankees are cheap now. And that's just that's just how Ed. Deepa two hundred million chump like people from Chela. We're getting our not. It's like, oh, he's fridge next year. What do you know what I'm sure he'll go to another team 'cause we won't pay him either. We'll find a reason up AM eater. So it's just I I'm honestly I have like the future scary for when Aaron judge is free agent. Very very bit scary. Like, we need to spend weaned. Give him a crazy. Good extension. Like Mary soon. Even I actually so I was thinking to myself this the other day. I don't know if the inky are gonna give judge megadeal like I would not be surprised if they let him go because he came up later in. So he's gonna hit the free agent market like thirty thirty one something like that. And I think they're going to look at that. We don't want to give a huge contract guy who's already in his thirties. Plus, he has he's huge. Who knows how his body's gonna age? I think they're gonna try to extend him maybe like a year or two for male extend him through when he's. Like thirty three or thirty four. But Aaron judge hits the free agent market without a deal. I don't think there's any chance aches, very Sada. I don't wanna think about that. He's twenty six right now. Yeah. He's. It's insane that he made six hundred twenty thousand dollars last year. It's crazy the MLB system. We talked last Bacchus so fucked up doing it again this year to ease under team control again, then eat isn't arbitration for another full year. Like next Oxy's will. Yeah. Probably probably take into court strike out. Yeah. Probably bigger worth one million dollars. Oh, by the way. So we're we're we're doing this whole thing about dental over eight hundred K only game Greg bird a fucking five thousand dollars. Yeah. Use that money somewhere. Pathetic pathetic, hit you two hundred. We're going to double your pet. What? Yeah. I referring to go foreign to me like how arbitrary action works. It's I don't get it. All here's what I do. Hey, greg. How much you want? Oh, you want money. Like, I don't care how much you just want actual money. No. You're not worth money. Co fuck yourself and your free agent. I just cut you. That's what happened to Greg bird. You're not worth an ounce of dollars. If you make sense not worth anything. I wouldn't one sets one set more than when you be last year one player million dollars. Are you fucking kidding? This is the most aggravating off season. I think I've ever been a part of. For sure like not even know people are going to like if you look at it. Here's what they've done. Got. James Paxton, good job resigned Britain. Right. You could be good. But when you know what's out there, and the fact that the way they've handled it like the Arab like a month or two ago when Brian Cashman, they asked him about Harper the winter meetings. Seems like I'm surprised you guys. They're still asking me about that. Like, we have after the arrogancy answered that with Bryce Harper is, you know, a generational talent. He's the face of baseball is one of the big like, he's not the best player baseball. But he's the biggest superstar baseball has combined altogether. Household name, basically since he was sixteen years old, and you're the New York Yankees. Like, of course, you're going to ask about him. Of course, you're going to ask about him. And we're gonna look back and be like the keys scuffed at the idea of of signing. Baseball's biggest superstar. That's the keys are at where you ask them. Are you gonna sign like baseball's biggest superstar and they scoff at you look? You're an idiot for asking that question. That's where out with the mayor keys fucking, George. I was tortured back me. I would be so fired grad life, there's a possibly like he would traded judge in Sanchez and Severino. But like, yeah. But he would have you wanna let this happen. No. And people are I wanna say this very loud and clear. Jeeter and Bernie Passat Mary like your time. So we're I feel Gary would be for sure I don't think it would have dealt with Gary. Yeah..
"bacchus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Time you're right remember when he dropped the mic and thought he was you know so call and then they voted him right out what a dope so the news i think earlier this week or late last week was okay he's out of office but he can run for election he can still run again it just you know we'll get the signatures which apparently he did and we'll anybody vote for him in yuma i don't know i don't know why anybody in yuma would want for a pervert who got out of office but that's kind of what we're dealing with he is supposedly allowed to run but now we've got a little wrinkle that says maybe don shooter can't run for office would he do harass somebody else see that's what i thought he harassed somebody else but that's not the case something named brent bacchus he's a businessman who's running for arizona's senate in legislative district thirteen basically shooters district that shooter wants on for is also republican this bacchus dude says hey shooter doesn't even live in yuma anymore so if you don't live there you can't run for that district and back as sites a recent voter registration change made by shooter and a house in phoenix as evidence saying yeah shooters living in phoenix he doesn't live out in yuma so if he doesn't live in yuma he can't run in district thirteen or whatever it is shooter responded by chanting hold on i love that that's awesome all right put your hand down in the other room are i don't kiss your hand and put it up so what do you think man is he gonna run in yuma or what bye honest with you i really don't want this pervert living in phoenix i liked that much better living in yuma having an arizona at all i don't want him he's probably been stealing from the taxpayers for a long time lloyd and it's not in yuma so.
"bacchus" Discussed on Graham Norton
"I went to italy we went to a hotel called feltrinelli and they had a little boat house and so they gave gave the boat house to intervene for our honeymoon so we have total privacy it was wonderful and then gave us one of the devotes this people rent there to you and what else that we did everything while we were there but the quietness and the time that we could sleep as long as we wanted and just do absolutely must great it was really great it was it was really wonderful i feel like i should release you back into the wall go lie down thank you mrs turner has left the building thank you action muses mrs bach mrs bacchus left the buildings sounds classical musician he's moved on a whole new life thank you so much t to beautiful is all now the old which theater in london thank you very much to both coming here this week's other guests chat just look for me on the bbc radio airplay rap there's an up and i'm there let's find out what you made of this week's grilled grams now sean lives in belfast but that's not a problem no she is sixteen and she keeps star should keep it for three years you can magin the size of this phone book by now you know what song it's up to and anyway innermost thoughts well she strongly suspects that our mother has been reading or at least read because while the sloppily back in a slut different position than she had she hides it it's like she just leaves it out trusting her mother she hides it but she thinks mother founder.
"bacchus" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"They on one game damn but that match is probably the one that i was most excited to watch in it turned out to be a pretty competitive game between the two courts with beal and wall against the rosen and lowery and sergio bacchus stood up no you had you really appreciate surgery bacchus international because you are mr mr international i was gonna call you or why but they he already exists you are already national as far as espn is concerned so i know you appreciated surge was speaking in multiple languages that that's a dope move he also got punched in the nether region which is not a dope move he didn't get he got a ball thrown at him by kelly oubre which was the smartest play of the game by anybody on the washington roster the ball out of battle it uber grab that drain it sauce surge said you know what the old number one i'm going with the fastball to the breadbasket if i miss the strike zone hello we don't win as bad boy and that's what happened surge was down for the quick count but because it's more of a man than most of us came back in the game it was deemed though you're a better man that man you can't you can't celebrate that move that is nothing to come in there are you do not cross i'm just saying it listen there's a very different line from throwing a ball into the bread basket south then there is from connecting with a hand or foot those are two entirely separately because verbally or presumably rather it should be able to react gets label.
"bacchus" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Hasn't really impressed they tied one one with hillary i'll on how career scored for athletico in then carlos bacchus squared the game excuse me pearl's bacchus guard the scored the tying goal at the end so they finished one one and athletico's currently in fourth tied with real madrid with twenty points seven honestly i think this is marcelin is to lose the season valencia is currently in second with twenty four points and they're only four points back a bar samba with those other teams such as like valencia severe in bellary al we can't really expect them to to keep going consistently so we'll see how it all shakes up but yeah again for your way through early prediction i feel barcelona's going to finish and win the league so let's get into some champions league right now a couple of games to watch this week or madrid they're hitting to wembley stadium to face of with tottenham last game tottenham surprised probably the world actually because real madrid like i said it is one of those top teams with the best players and the best coaches and tottenham held their own those back and forth game they finished one one i believe and madrid scored off a penalty so tom did really well that last game to hold him in she's pretty much come away with a point the now tottenham tournament madrid are tired i am with a points a piece at the top of the group i believe tottenham is in first because of goal differential so now tottenham have a really played too well at wembley so far this season amongst sure what it is a vicious wembley's just too big of a stage for them to play honor whatnot but now it'll be an interesting game to seeks i believe bail in east gore not playing this week and yet bill east grow and.
"bacchus" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"I went from so good nothing i literally had mr bacchus is my fifth grade teacher said to me why are you so much better than everyone else at all of this stuff like you can run longer than anyone you can do more push ups and anyone yet better coordination are of the key asked me how it's why sean i don't i don't know but i can i worked hard i mean i did run harder and do much push there but then once we at once you know you know to is is balance and then once bad genetics kick in forget it over it's over and good genetics keep your buddies yeah christian ray had crazy crazy nutty novelty genetics kicked in strong super strong genetics and it and it comes on like the turning into aware walk through its popping out a close and sprouting muscles were the never i mean really they were timing and where the rut hurting in where wolves in front of me which would you abuse each other on those points her would make fun of them of thing make fun of them in their huge muscles yeah now you're scared of it or what i wasn't i know of how do you make fun of guys it every girls trying to fox who has muscles for no reason a gap boy there's nothing to make fun of their fucking animals can make fun of the united you're young meals make fun of everything you know well yeah but even having having ripped forearms is not really you can try.