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Mike Richards Slated to Be Next Jeopardy Host
"We'll after all that jeopardy has a host. I'll come on. tell me executive. Producer rob jeopardy. Might richard jonah goldberg. Thank you very much. Everyone tim for real for real official over lavar for rila guerrilla variety reports a source close to the deal a source close to their thinking. He's according to our own reporting. He's in advanced negotiations from to replace alex. Trebek's that's alright. Even signed on the dotted line yet. Not official yet. I still hold out. Hope for jordy la forge their reading rainbow guy. Lavar burton well. He's executive producer he he previously hosted divided the pyramid. Let's make a deal the releases right. So he's he knows what he's got. He's got experience and we just had that that poll last week Jen found where he he ranked very highly in asia. Survey came in second among the fans. They're trying to say ken jennings was like a ball. As like who. The guy likes ken jennings. Nobody liked jerk. Yeah but this this richards. What's his first name. Mike mike richards he was. He was good looking neapolis very he was very homey. It's like you already knew him though. I was just thinking about wink martindale. There's some and and what was the one with the microphone. With the mass match mattresses microphone was feet long and sort of talk to somebody. Russ this age. He would just point it forward. He didn't have to move to talk to him. You just go and who is on password. What was oh joan. London's she was always on password. Paso i'd think about dick clark. Was the twenty five thousand dollars. Pyramid was the host of the gong. Show who he was a spy. Chuck barris read his autobiography. One of the most amazing lives of all time. It's amazing he was a multi multimillionaire because he he produced in created. Most of the game shows you know. Wow it was amazing spy for the us government or so probably. That's what he also wrote. That song down at palisade park really wrote that. Wow barris was amazing. Was he was great. Alan lund lead ludlow. Ludden was with the password. Art linkletter to right.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Stakeholder Capitalism With Peter Vanham
"Peter thank you so much for being with you. I thought you were describing. Somebody else was quite sheriff. should respond but the lead to be with you yes. The six languages in three master's degrees really threw me. I can barely string a good sentence together some days so impressive. i think that's a thing around europe so you are joining us today from where i mean geneva switzerland so that means that. I'm looking out over the geneva lake which stormies absolutely beautiful with mountains in the background but right now. Fortunately i'm joining you on a very cloudy and rainy day in spring. Oh well you know. I remember the very first time i went to switzerland. I think i was fourteen. And i remember walking around that lake. You don't seeing the fountain and then just a a hadn't been back in a number of years and then about four. And a half years ago. I had the pleasure of going to geneva and then visiting the world economic forum headquarters and have to say that was a bucket list item for me. I just stood on the grass looking over and just was in awe of the fact that i made it there. You know so. I couldn't be more thrilled Absolutely and i couldn't be more than to be with you. I know you're almost halfway around the world so it's amazing that we can be together the amazing benefits of technology. That's for sure. Well as we get started. I always begin with something i call bullish. Bearish and i thought it would do it a little bit differently this time. It's three questions bullish for it. Berisha against it so i went to the twitter feed of world economic forum. And for those of you listening if you don't follow it you absolutely should follow it. And i just grabbed the last three topics tweets. And that's going to be your bullish barris questions all right all right the first one. I don't make this up worms for dinner bullish. Bearish i'm personally a little bit. Bearish on data at all school. I i like to. I like a good steak every once in a while. But i know that's not where we're headed so
"barris" Discussed on Identity at the Center
"Went out of new york and that was in two thousand eleven right and we took that ride. Which is what it was i. I was involved but also focusing still on the consulting side. was Driving the product side. And that's when we through that raise. of course we. Did you know some of the common mistakes people do to raise money. you know. We got the big office in new york with more footprint than we ever needed influenced by you know Investors but nonetheless you know valuable lesson learned we. We really opened things up and brought in some really strong talent Really strong talent Of course a product side. We need people with experience understanding the customer development process On the marketing side. Needless to say we had to Try to positioning and messaging of the product which we did and we brought his tremendous talent. You know people like calm nicole. People like not want. I think that was around the time Frank was already on board but he played an important part important part. And and we Expanded our austin office And that journey went. You know hard i mean and we goodness gracious fast. Forward two thousand eleven. Two thousand fourteen we Were fortunate enough to Go into transaction. Ca an the validation again of the vision was certainly realized right by seeing something like that acquired so it was An ice not in our belts. We wasn't quite the outcome we were looking for but it was good in respect to finding a really good home for tremendously talented group. Of people that ca transitioned over to ca and We were able to shore some money and then at that point was when we really started to pivot and put the emphasis and focus in consulting. That was early. Two thousand fifteen to its Makes me think of the importance of being nimble being ready to take on an opportunity and taking a risk right. i mean. That's kind of the whole idea that we're talking about there with with fedex. Day right being willing to take a chance of failing. And i wouldn't say that squid life cycle failed I think it was probably an idea that was ahead of its time right. I think that most of the im products that were in the cloud. The time we're focused on single sign on This was far ahead nowadays. I mean people generally don't even one on premise. I am system seriously. All cloud and some of the approaches differ sas like squid life cycle of sas But you know it was probably just you know having the early mover advantage can be a huge benefit. Sometimes but if you're too early it can be a hindrance totally i think I only laugh because you know. Yeah another five million would have certainly helped but you know heavy. Dilution of what we had but Absolutely ahead of its time as we see now some of the product marketplace but Tremendous tremendous team tremendous experience But yeah you know again it's You see the market. How how shifts. And i think we were to your point jim just little early. Another opportunity. That came Shortly after that sale a was to exponentially or even exponentially but at least i think it probably doubled the size of the company by bringing in a lot of the team. Some folks that you've referenced earlier You know. I think you know what they always say in. Baseball is better to be lucky than good. Hit that number ground ball Into a hole and win the game you could rock a line drive but if you had it right at somebody that doesn't do you any good so maybe talk us through kind of like that whole experience on how it led to. How things are today where we are twenty twenty or twenty twenty one now..
"barris" Discussed on Identity at the Center
"But i do want to do it. Let's put it that way so we didn't work through process and technology and making sure that it's inclusive enough where we have enough people and to be frank. I don't want to do a live. Show owners like to to people that might be not not great for the ego either. But we'll see how it works out. I think i think it's something that like. you said. We want to try and figure out how to make it happen. You know. I think you know also looking forward here right as as this show was born underneath the banner of identity. Which was the company that jim and i worked for four several years. Jim much longer than i did. But for five years each we've now moved over to productivity. And you know. I think there will probably be some changes. I'm sure we'll have new logo and new things around The show itself but the content should still remain the same again vendor neutral safe place let's talk. Am and Treated treated as that format as we like to be. So i thought would be interesting for today and really this is your your idea. And it was a great one. I think we've been planning on this for a long time since like episode forty. Maybe so maybe we what we do is we take our identity delorean and we go back in time and talk about the identity story. Because i think it's a fascinating one that talks about the building of a identity company the maturation of it and then it acquired by larger company and kind of the life cycle how that worked out and to help us with that conversation We are both very excited. And happy to have victor barris. He was a co founder of identity. And now he's managing director with productivity driving the strategic partner ecosystem for digital identity. Welcome to the show. Victor thank you jeff. Thank you jim. It's a real pleasure to be here episode. One hundred certainly feel very privilege and honor to be here. And i just want to point out something quickly. Which was you know. I was that little kid in the back. Jumping up racing. His head for the last ninety nine episodes. Because i've been eager to be on but hey a hundred awesome awesome. Congratulations great great milestone. And certainly big time kudos. You guys have officially become celebrities. So congratulations to you both matt. Thank you so much for that. And i think you know obviously without your support. This probably wouldn't have happened or at least not to the level that it happened so far so you have a lot of impact behind the things that people may not be aware of but as a listener. I'm sure you know that the first question that we're going to get into is really talking about your identity. Orange orange origin story before we get into identity itself. But how did you get into identity and access management. Is it something that you chose or did you choose it. Oh it definitely chose me..
A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music
"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea
Bryan Paris: Perennial Poker Kaiju
"Mr barris. Welcome back onto chasing poker greatness. How you been sir. Thank you for having me appreciate you invited to my pleasure man. It's my pleasure. So what have you been up to. Since the last time we spoke. It's probably been about a year so about a year. I have my best year. Ever in the interim so that's been good with the lockdowns and everything poker has been popping off so i had had my biggest or ever last may and then since then i have like four. Scores were biggest bigger than my biggest prior to that. So it's been a very nice little late career renaissance for me linked career. What's this late career business. Also we'll say mid career. I guess it's funny. How like. I never really imagined myself doing something for like seventeen years and when i think that like in three years i'll be have been a professional poker player for twenty years. It kind of blows my mind. Yeah it's so much so much time. So much time passes so quickly against changed much in those years to the level play and just the entire ecosystem is completely changed like multiple phones. Yeah well poker. Nothing after black. Friday everything kind of went just haywire. And it's just been. It's been a mess ever ever since. Then what do you think is led to these record-setting scores over the past year. I think the colonel watkins huge part of The back of their so many more people signed playing online. I think i think that's like led to a large infusion of new blood into the game. Obviously that's kind of winding down now. But the the after affects still real. You know once you get people. Use the idea like depositing money in playing online over there. They're likely to stick around for at least some degree leading the player polls have been a lot larger do that. I think that's the primary reason. But then also there's sort of a momentum thing where it's just when you're winning and the money's rolling in you can it's a lot easier to sort of detach yourself from like the immediacy of it all and just kind of make decisions. Zoe were studying. And just as the to make awfully as possible. And you know like no matter how much you tell yourself that you're capable of detaching from like the underlying money there's always it's like nagging voice in the back of your head like oh i can bluff year. But that's like if i'm wrong at a cost me x. Amount of money. It's easier to that when you're doing really well. It's an interesting psychological effect that you know if you're just ripping off big win after big win after big win you're much more comfortable in your mind quote unquote taking chances whereas if you're just getting crushed doing those same things you're a lot more hesitant to pull the trigger. You can know mentally too. Something is the right move. And then it's like you know it's gonna cost you more money to do it but it's still. It's still hard to pull the trigger unless you have a whole lot behind to worry about the results in the short term like what's the expression not only have to know what the right move is you have to make it
Is Tiny House Certification Worth It? With Alex Ontiveros
"Right. I am here with alex. Ontiveros of pacific west tiny homes. Pacific west has extensive experience in the analysis and design of many different structural mechanical and electrical systems and works closely with its clients. The professional staff can provide superior technical resources in order to meet the client's needs pacific. West believes that close and constant communication is critical to the success of any project. Alex barris welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. It's been a while. Yeah it has been a while So i i was hoping we could start off just by having you explain. You know what what does pacific west tiny homes. What are they do. And you know if you need to kind of answer at twice and talk about what you do for diy builders versus what you do for professional builders or maybe. Maybe they're both the same. Yeah yeah so it. Essentially the processes the same. We have see we started working with tiny homebuilders back in two thousand sixteen. Officially under tiny pacific was tiny homes. What we provide for people as harvey certification or park mall certification depending on what their needs are especially now with some jurisdictions warning one over the other We've been certifying traditional arby's for about forty years and we said about the process is probably the best adopted until we have an actual oath As far as what we do for. Diy we are able to guide the builder from their design process all the way through finalizing their bill and we have a couple of different ways that we can do this Usually we review their plans in the beginning. We will send them. I there they will get access to. All of the coats will keep track of their progress. Either ru brought books which was our old way of doing things or now builder which is construction management software.
How India Is Confronting Disinformation on Social Media
"Are holding elections this month. The party of Prime Minister Narendra Moody is trying to win control of some of the last bastions of opposition role to do that it is doubling down on social media betting the voters these days maybe influenced more by what's on their smartphones, then by the reality on the ground, but Social media is also where politics can sometimes cross over into disinformation as part of our series on fighting disinformation around the world. NPR's Lauren Frayer has spent the last year looking into how Indians are confronting it. Hard Mama Mama. At an election rally last month in West Bengal, eastern India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi bragged about the crowd. He dream, the man helicopter said. They're riding by helicopter. I couldn't see any free space. MODY, exclaimed. Officials from the prime minister's Barty, a janitor party, BJP. Tweeted out photos of massive crowds. The problem is that the photos were from an opposing party's rally in 2019 and the real footage. Promoters event actually did show some free space and a slightly smaller crowd, and all we had to do is just run. It was miss such that traced it back Swastika. Chatterjee is a fact Checker at Boom in Indian website The debunks fake news. Within hours. She traced the rally photos and tweeted out the correct once. But the damage was done. News outlets as far away as France were running reports of Modi's huge crowd Nice, Barris, fasting and troops. Troop comes crawling after so that's our problem. Debunking disinformation like this can sometimes feel like a drop in the bucket too little too late. The fact checkers don't have as many followers, his political parties and no politician in the world has a many followers is Moti his party invested in the digital world two decades ago before most Indians wherever online the BJP has always
LG to Stop Making Smartphones After Years of Losses
"The South Korean firm had been looking for a buyer for its phone business. Algae is the third biggest in the U. S, with 10% of all smartphone sales marketplaces, Erica Barris reports. Less than 10. Years ago, L G was one of the top three smart phones out there. But the company has suffered from software and hardware issues such as a foldable phone that fell apart. Algae has had nearly six years of losses. That total around $4.5 billion as losses piled up. LG attempted to sell part of the business, but that fell through. In a statement, The company said its decision to leave the quote incredibly competitive mobile phone sector will allow LG to focus on other areas such as Elektronik vehicle components. Smart home devices and artificial intelligence. What does this mean less competition When it comes to smartphones, it'll further open up the market for Samsung and Apple. Other device makers like Nokia and BlackBerry have also given up making smart phones over the years. America. Barris for Marketplace.
Remdesivir combo reduces COVID-19 recovery time
"Reporting A two drug treatment is helpful for covert 19 patients who need extra oxygen, adding Vienna Inflammatory drug Barris seated EB The antiviral medicine. Rimm despair help these patients recover eight days sooner than those that were given Renda Zvehr alone. The study involved more than 1000 people with the Corona virus. That's
"barris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From the original recordings or use your interpretations of them or write them from scratch? Ah, lot of them came from what we called a stock arrangements. And we made adaptations. I listen to other recordings like, uh, how I love you. I just stole a little bit of from Ben Bernie's band. And the Blackbirds and the Bluebirds came from Lenny Hayden, who was working for Paul Whiteman fact then, and and The song, of course, is written by Harry Barris, who will wrap your troubles and dreams. And Lenny Hayden love classical music, and you'll hear this extremely hard passage that that he stole from rebel from Daphne and Chloe. And when I put that down for the musicians toe freed, they died. That's it. Oh, my God. This is the hardest, hardest woodwind part that's ever been written. You know and rebel wrote the sound and you want us to play it? I said, Let's try it will take a couple of takes. And did you did you end up using it? Yeah, it's it's there, and that was never recorded by the White man band. But I got the arrangement from Williams College, where majority of his arrangements reside. And when the White man collection So which which part is the rebel cause? I was not aware of that, so I did not notice it. Right after allowed in things. This is crazy woodwind part that goes so something like do little glittered diddle diddle diddle diddle diddle for poor people are poor Pete. This is underneath Trumbull secondarily due to let a little and And that's that's from Daphne and Chloe. Let's just hear that part again. Yeah. Okay, So that was the rebel part that you that you borrowed? Um Yeah. Nice. Let me reintroduce you both. If you're just joining us, my guest star singer and songwriter Loudon Wainwright and Vince Giordano, who leads the small big band the Night Hawks and plays to Bob Bass and bass saxophone. Their new album together is called. I'd Rather lead a band will be back after we take a short break, and this is fresh air..
The Australian ABC adds shows to Spotify
"Australia's largest podcast to the abc is to put twenty three of its most popular podcasts. Spotify six month trial. Abc's calf dwyer told us it's a big opportunity for the and we're really excited to reach audiences that might not find us on other platforms. If we were thinking would have recorded her saying that. Because that apparently is how podcasts work anyway in total the broadcast which is government. Funded has more than one hundred and seventy-five shows on monday. The total number of podcasts. In podcast hit one point six million. According to my podcast reviews in october ninety seven thousand podcast added and fourteen thousand removed from apple's directory. As spotify apparently investigates podcast subscriptions luminary is moving into their home country. It's now available in sweden as well as denmark norway and finland for ninety-nine crowns or nine one thousand nine a month so hedin is one of the top five countries for podcast listening according to research calling. Us and uk students. Spotify wants you. They've launched nextwave search for emerging voices. Who will shape the future of podcasting and culture. You'll get a three month trial of sound trap for storytellers. spotify online. Editing service and to take part in a virtual podcast seminar hosted by podcast jack mate. And if you're a young canadian you shouldn't feel left out either a the hot docs podcast career. Accelerator has been announced it. Offers new canadian podcasters between eight hundred and thirty four chance to grow their skills gain invaluable industry knowledge and make lifetime connections at the hot. Docs podcast festival. It's free to take part. The bbc has added incomplete statistics about their podcasts. Over the last quarter they say that data platforms other than bbc's hounds isn't available so no figures for third party global downloads for this period. Perhaps if you're a programmer report into the bbc because sans if they need you beasley media group has added its podcasts and radio stations to enter calms radio dot com platform. The broadcaster has been focused on local. Podcasting initiatives podcast movement is shared a few virtual networking sessions on their website. At a new yellow tag microphone comes complete with other bits of professionally produced audio to courtesy of audio imaging company benz town. This is p. r. Yes live from washington is. Sp are superhuman public radio. But i really understand what's going on but we were sent a press release which looks kind of super important. You'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today and also would like to recommend this. this is the osmania reports. My name stand barris. The ause media report looks at the media in australia and beyond i was a special guest last week. But you say this week because this week is looking at the australian radio industry instead
A Biopic About Arguably The Most Influential Comedian Of All Time Is On The Way
"Regrettable life in times of quite possibly the most influential stand up comic of all time Richard Pryor is finally coming to the screen and blackish creator Kenya. Barris has jumped on board to make his feature film director debut. Kenya's honored for the privilege of telling Richard Remarkable story saying in a statement the way Richard did what he did with truth was. Self aware and self deprecating and said with unmatched vulnerability that was the power and impact of his work prior had a voice that was distinctly his and in many ways comedies since has been derivative of what he created. It's a film about that voice and the journey that shaped. There's no word on who will play. The iconic comedian will definitely be a role many actors will look for.
A new month, same ol bad economy
"In Los Angeles, I'm Kai Ryssdal Thursday day the first day of October. Good always to have you along. Let us take stock. Shall we at the beginning of a program on business in the economy of the state of business and this economy because honestly? Could be better here are just a couple of numbers from today's news eight, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week. Personal incomes were down almost three percent in August and related and to be clear time is running out for help from the federal government. There is no deal as of yet which means that all across the country from neighborhoods around Disneyland to the outer boroughs of New, York? City? People are facing a corona virus winter kind of on their own marketplace. Jasmine guard gets us, going from New York. At Saint Ann's Episcopal Church in the Bronx. The line to get food often wraps around the block. It's a mix of young people, children and elderly the bronx part of the poorest congressional district in the US. Many people who live here commute to Manhattan often to work minimum wage in essential jobs locals tell me they've never seen anything like this line before a man named Garrett. Faber. said he comes here once a month to get food because his unemployment check is not quite enough because you bill's pretty high and I pay rent and. Other bills, student loans he's a social worker who lost his job the bronx is the. Of the COVID nineteen pandemic in New York City the area I'm standing in Maat haven has had over fifteen hundred cova cases. Unemployment here is now around twenty five percent according to analysts that's Great Depression levels when the economy gets a cold places like Bronx get pneumonia or cancer Joel Berg is a CEO of the nonprofit hunger free. America, he says life can be very tough for many residents in the south. Bronx but covert. Has Been Catastrophic and so they're tenuous living before this when they were just at the edge of survival as a been destroyed Erica in is a senior economic advisor at Cornell University she says jobs in Manhattan create what economists call multiplier affects your how how many jobs does each job support a lot? So as Manhattan offices remain mostly empty, many janitors, Baristas, cooks, and other workers who call the Bronx home have seen their jobs disappear. Jasmine guards for marketplace lose job of course more. Than just going without a paycheck. More happens. So we asked marketplace's Eric Barris to talk to some workers who've been furloughed back in April. Monica Harris was furloughed from her digital marketing job in Atlanta area at first she was optimistic. Maybe this is the time like I need to be like doing other stuff working awesome passion projects like just stuff like that. Then her furlough was extended and her extra unemployment benefits ran out she spent the summer worrying I hope I'm I the next Brianna Taylor by fiance is not the next door floyd and now she expects to be out of work for the rest of the year last month with probably the hardest. I haven't been working that I really would feeling like Oh my God like, am I going to be okay, the pandemic, the struggle for social justice the uncertainty surrounding the election at an unemployment and stress can be overwhelming says, Goldsmith an economist at Washington and Lee University who studies how joblessness affects mental health. All sorts of insecurities undermine emotional wellbeing. And this is a classic case of that because you just don't know and employers don't know either PSA airlines flight attendant Denise Grassi starts her furlough. Today. Right next to the Philadelphia Airport so whenever. Planes. Go to land or take off often hear them and it's sad. It's very sad as not knowing whether she'll go back to work on a plane America bears for
The Supreme Court Fight
"President. Trump will reportedly nominate Amy Cockney Barrett, a favorite of social conservatives to be the new Supreme Court justice. The president's decision to be officially revealed at the White House later today. Has been confirmed to the BBC's US partners, CBS News and other U S media. She would replace the Progressive Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last Friday. Nomination will set off a bitter Senate fight to get her confirmed as November's White House election looms. Our correspondent in California is David Willis. I asked him about Amy Cockney Barris Bad is a devout Catholic. The mother of seven and assuming her nomination is confirmed by the U. S Senate, she will be the youngest justice on the Supreme Court bench. At the age of 48 was seen as a front runner to succeed Ruth Beta Ginsburg, but she is nonetheless the ideological opposite. Of the woman that she is expected to replace. Miss Ginsberg was the leader of the liberal wing of the court and unequivocally pro choice. Of course, Ms. Barrett has called abortion in moral and since being appointed to the Court of Appeals by President Trump. 2017. She has twice ruled in favor of restricting access to abortion. Hence, liberals see her appointment is a potential threat to row versus Wade. That's the landmark 1973 ruling, which legalized abortion nationwide here. A lot of Republicans are very happy. Yes, Republicans on deed. The president's political advisors hope that this election will energize his conservative political base. Evangelicals, religious conservatives In particular Democrats. For their part, I think there may be hoping that this could inspire liberal voters to take to the polls in defense of amongst other things, Roe vs Wade in the past week. In fact, they pull several polls. Have shown that most Americans, including many Republicans, believe that the next Supreme Court justice should be selected by whoever wins the presidential election here in November, and not by Donald Trump. Before then, on that subject, though, there has been some speculation. Hasn't there that if the result of the November elections is disputed legally, that possibly this new lineup of judges could intervene on the president signed. Well, that's absolutely right. Bear in mind that last other justices have been improved in presidential election years. None has been voted on. After July And four years ago, Senate Republicans refused to even consider then President Obama's nomination on precisely those grounds that should be left to whoever Was chosen as the next president, but as well as key issues such as abortion and immigration, universal health care, the US Supreme Court could, as you say, be called upon. To adjudicate the outcome off this forthcoming presidential election. Should the result be disputed, as they're now seems every chance that it will be President. Trump has repeatedly claimed, of course, that the Democrats that trying to steal the election he seems Poised to challenge any result. Really, that doesn't declare him the winner, and this week he refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses, and that's why And he's made this quite plain. He wants toe rush his nominee through the Senate by Election Day. How large in the psyche of American voters do you think the lineup of the Supreme Court is The Supreme Court is important, whether or not it actually masses a great deal to the average voter is another matter. I mean, they shape large parts. Off life here and, of course, they are appointed for life and its therefore significant that Amy Cockney Barents confirmation would shift The center of gravity on the Supreme Court considerably to the right, giving conservatives six off the nine seats, possibly for many decades, and the replacement of a liberal icon move played against the with an outspoken conservative like Amy. Tony Barrett has been called the sharpest ideological swing in nearly three decades as Faras, the highest court in the land is concerned, so the potential implications of this are significant. How much They actually count as Faras Day to day living. His concern of Americans here I think is another matter. The
Insiders scoff at Meghan and Harry's reported $150M Netflix deal
"We've been talking the last couple of days about Meghan Markle and hair, ese. Deal with Netflix. Okay. And there are some reports that have been saying that Prince Harry in Meghan Markle that their production deal signed this week with Netflix could be worth as much as $150 million. And Hollywood insiders are saying Absolutely not. There's no way it could be that much because they're producers, not content creators. So what The comparison is is to some of these deals like Shonda Rhimes, For example, you know who's created Grey's Anatomy on everything. She has a reported $150 million deal with Netflix and then the creator of Black ish Kenya. Barris. Also, that deal reported to be worth $100 million. But there's a top Hollywood agent who says that he'd be shocked if Meghan and Harry's deal was worth more than two million a year because they aren't creating these shows, you know, like Shonda And Kenya are creating the concepts writing. I mean, Shauna writes everything. Yeah, Yeah. Big difference. Mona Content she produces is extraordinary. Unbelievable. I mean, she writes she has a team to about 20. But yeah, I mean her her vision. Her concepts exacts important. You're showrunner and your head writer. They set the tone of everything right. So Harry and Megan, they're going to just kind of source it out and and they're going to hear a name on it. Yeah, and they're going to be producer so they'll put their name on it. But there will be other producers as well.
Politically charged 'black-ish' episode gets belated home
"News Radio, an episode of a popular sitcom, once thought too controversial to air is now seeing the light of day. But on who? Lou Moore from ABC, Jason Nathan Seuin in 2018 on episode of Black ish that took on President Trump divisiveness in America, racism and other subjects was mysteriously pulled before could never air BC and BLACKISH creator Kenya. Barris said at the time that they made a mutual decision not to run the episode because of creative issues. But now you can see what the fuss was all about The episode. And most importantly,
Trump considering declaring state of emergency over virus outbreak
"Guns on the Congress is very close to reaching a deal with the trump administration on the economic package meant to fight the fallout from this outbreak house speaker Nancy Pelosi says both sides are resolved much of the differences but as you mention the payroll tax cut sounds like there is anything that can down the road a little bit not sure if we'll get word on that today or not they're expecting about the house today so could then go on to the Senate the recess for the Senate was canceled for next week so that they can take up this legislation close he says the multi billion dollar relief package includes free from the virus testing for everyone who needs the test as the president he is expecting a news conference here this afternoon around three o'clock is what we're hearing and there are some reports out there that he plans to declare a national emergency today to allow more direct leaflets for response to Crowder Barris yeah well I I know that the president will hold a news conference later on this afternoon at three o'clock we of course we'll take it live right here on news ninety six point five W. DB there's a lot of chatter out there Blair about the president possibly the Celtics declaring a national emergency as early as today no Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer have urged the president to do so are you hearing anything on that front today exactly we're seeing some of the reports out there of some of the same thing and what that would do Scott as a sensor allow more direct relief to the response of this that maybe we testing it may just be overseeing from state to state a number of states have declared states of emergency and some of that is trickling in and so a national emergency circle B.
The making of Yanni
"In the nineteen nineties. I wrote an op Ed. For The New York Times where I tried to make sense and make fun of an inexplicable pop phenomenon that was sweeping the planet. Another single name star. Yanni was a huge deal at the time this new age composer and performer doing concerts at the Taj Mahal and the Forbidden City in Beijing. He released his live at the Acropolis album in the spring of Nineteen ninety-four which sold more than four million copies. This baffled me and my times s I propose facetiously that Johnny success must be the product of some powerful global conspiracy because this young Yanni guy and his music were so completely blah. Lots of people agreed. There's one guy the worst guy the music the Yanni man. You know Yanni first of all anyone who looks like a magician and doesn't do magic I don't like oh no. This is yawning. This guy is the biggest pothole I've ever seen in my life. So how did it happen? How did somebody who made? What sounded like high-end Muzak? How at that moment of Nirvana and a tribe called quest? Did he emerged as this superstar? Studio Three Sixty Seven Chong has the answers. The nineteen ninety. Tv special of Yanni's concert at the Acropolis has all the trappings of a musician. Doing a victory lap. After really hitting the big time there was set against the backdrop of the Parthenon backed by no less than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Tossing back. His dark flowing locks as tap that his synthesizers while an enormous crowd cheered them on. But if you thought that this was Yanni's ward for being world-famous you'd have it backwards. Yanni wasn't on TV. Because he was a star. He was a star because he was on TV. Yanni was a niche player. He was big in his area. But that's relative George Barris produced and directed the live at the Acropolis special and worked with Yanni for years. He wasn't considered a big player. In the overall music field. Yanni's field was the world of instrumental electronic new age music. He had been releasing albums for a small new age label since the mid eighties and they got respectable sales within that market but the general public dismissed all that stuff as music for hot stone massages or being put on hold. He was being buttonholes. A new age artists and there was no superstar Andrea. If Yanni was well known for anything it was for being the new boyfriend of a celebrity opened. The front door opened the door. I took one look at him. I lost my heart. This entire one thousand. Nine Hundred Oprah episode is actually devoted to dynasty actress. Linda Evans and her meet cute with Yanni. It was as if he was made. Just for my eyes. I mean there's nothing about exposure was nice but Yanni wanted to be more than talk show fodder the frustration was. He was hitting like a glass ceiling. But we believe in the music we saw there could be used in a lot of other areas than just in elevators and that was the challenge we had to get it out there and let the public decide the what options beyond he have. His music wasn't really radio. Friendly an MTV wasn't exactly making a lot of room for instrumental new age composers. And then.
Patrick Frazee sentenced to life in prison for murdering his fiancée
"News Patrick crazy is headed to prison for the rest of his life for the murder of fiance and woodland park mother Kelsey Barris a teller county jury convicted them on all counts in the case Monday after just over three hours of deliberations DA Dan may says phrase he was immediately sentenced the judge sentenced him to life without the possibility of parole for first degree murder and sentenced him consecutively for all other charges three counts of solicitation one count of tampering with the deceased body and maximize those sentences two hundred fifty six years disappeared about a year ago her body has never been found a key witness in the case claims phrase he beat her to death and then burned her remains prosecutors say they're still searching locations in connection to the case trying to find
U.S. consumer sentiment climbs to a three-month high
"There's always you the American consumer despite the trade war at the impeachment investigation even warning signs of a possible recession most consumers seem to think the economy is doing just fine right now according to the monthly survey out today from the university of Michigan consumer sentiment climbed to its highest point in three months market place's Erica Barris explains some of the reasons why consumers are feeling flush first reason lower mortgage interest rates thanks to the federal reserve towards the end of last year they keep that a little over five percent today they're just under four percent says mark camera Bankrate dot com on a two hundred thousand dollar loan which is a number that is close to the
"barris" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Van you can find some of those cars for later, but it's just crazy. Like every she'll ever just brought him their car. All right. A pilgrimage to barris place here. Sorry. Here is Barra son on car cast from almost ten years ago, the funny part about it. Hey, years after the car was stolen. I had JJ arms a famous international detective sure they made an action doll after the guy had interchangeable arm. Yeah. Conflict part about it is I told him stories, let me investigate. He came back a month. Later says, you know what George, he says that car was not stolen from the truck was stolen before the truck, because he checked away station, all the way cross the United States and never change weight. So that means the car had been stolen from the dock in Florida. So whoever took it, it must be a collector, because it's not hiding it first off, hold on them, reeling criminals, and Florida ever ever heard of such, they're all such upstanding, citizens, JJ arms, by the way, was a detective who was like missing his arms. And they made some kind of TV show out of the dude, and then they made an action figure out of the guy yet, like a grappling, hook and a bazooka. I don't know if he cut his arms off to sell the dolls or if he didn't Vietnam. What happened? It was arms when his young boy firecrackers brew both of his hands, and that's how he lost his hands was for the fire cracker nearly days. And then he became famous he found Marlon Brando's kid he was really very I did a surveillance. Of course. Same wasn't really arms was it? Well that's the name. I. Spell it differently. Now he's still alive. He's gotta be in Florida. Maybe texas. Guys are they're never. They're never in Seattle, there in Florida, Kansas. Right keys. Right. Is born in Texas there. Yeah. What's his loyal name? What's JJ arms, Israel, name, how old is a khanate interview before he dies. And do we have the commercial from his action figure? We have the commercial right here you wanna watch anything. This file this under one more thing. I wasn't.
"barris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New York how a big voice should workers, get in the management of the big corporations. They worked for democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders plans to weigh in on this issue from the lion's den today. He set to speak at the annual WalMart shareholders meeting in Arkansas today. Marketplace's Eric embarrasses has more on shareholder meeting as campaign venue. We're used to seeing candidates at town halls and state fairs, but the shareholder meetings of a publicly traded company, I think this is very unusual. That's greenfield professor at Boston College law school, who researches corporate governance is rare because usually people think that the operation. Of businesses occurs in this black box that really is immune to political or social pressure. And I think that's changing because says greenfield, there's a lot of interest in corporate governance, wages benefits stock buybacks factory moves, but candidates may not want to speak at structure time controlled events like a shareholder meeting says political advisor Alex Fogel, and corporations might not want the tension and scrutiny. I don't think there's anything positive for any company to have presidential candidates, come and address their shareholder meetings, and those meetings, they aren't as easy to get into a say a parade or a state fair. I'm Eric barris for marketplace. As a developing country. India enjoyed a special trade relationship with the US low or no tariffs on many of its products until today. The Trump administration says India hasn't given the US, quote equitable and reasonable access to its market and is ending preferential market access as of now. Now, my marketplace colleague, the BBC's undis- following this from London. Hi. Hi, david. This is about terrorists. But also about whether India is defined as a developing economy. What's really going on here? Well, I think there would say, look, we are a developing economy, and so we need to be a little protectionist, but you're quite right that from President Trump's point of view. This is not a level playing field. So you've had Indian products like imitation jewellery, leather products building materials food coming into the US tariff free, but then American goods like motorcycles and whiskey have faced high tariffs, and you've also got issues like American Medical devices like heart stents and neom plants having price caps in India. So from President Trump's point of view this growing market needs to increase access for American manufacturers. So moving away from the tariff free relationship with India, you think that'll put enough pressure on. Indian prime minister Modi to make some changes to deal, and maybe meet some of the US's demands, it's unlikely to have much of an impact if you just look at the numbers there's not much economic incentive for him to do. So if you look at the net tariff advantage that India's had from being under this tariff-free status, it only adds up to about an estimated two hundred sixty million dollars according to experts in Delhi. So the impact is pretty negligible. Now it's early days for president MO the after the election results in late may, so it's hard to say, but so far he has not retaliated against the US with tariffs, and he also hasn't caved in all right? My marketplace colleague, the BBC's wanna did London. Thank you. Thank you. It's wednesday. What's the status of those new tariffs on goods from Mexico to the US? Mexican officials are meeting with vice President Mike Pence this afternoon about an impending five percent tariff rising to twenty five percent in the fall. If Mexico doesn't do more to stop migrants trying to get into the US let's do the numbers after the Federal.
"barris" Discussed on KGO 810
"What do you think? Joel. I think archangel Michael is is a certainly an icon in many cultures, and and I see arcane Joel's, and and it's interesting when they show up the person is perceiving that they need protection. And that something is going wrong. But again in the spirit world, everything is neutral. That's my perception Joe and what I've been told for twenty five years. And so I think the warrior angels show up to help the person feel protective. So they can advance in whatever they're going through from a human perspective accents does. Okay. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York. Now Joe to question. So I see what talking about putting a timeframe on. What's going to happen to us, car example? Should I buy? Car venture the next week. Doing these medical scans say someone is tennis elbow, and they want to go back to playing tennis, and you perceive going to cover. But when is it gonna pay, you know, before the summer ends or can I play tennis number and my second question would be one new go on these walks. Do you meditate to listen to music do and if you will hiking say and a national park with Baz would you f- angels to help survey the situation for you being that those may not be friendly? Like if their main barris out close by might be. Oh, that's cute. Okay. To answer your first question win. What I have experienced. Joe is that things that have happened in the past or set things that are happening right now currently are set things in the future are fluid because they're about a zillion variables that come into play. And that's when our free will comes into play and the free will of others. And so I can give you a read on what what I'm getting right now of what's going to happen in future. But it may be different in a week or a month or perhaps even tomorrow. And I think it's hard for our human minds to comprehend all of the potential outcomes based on all of the variables that are in the question. And I don't know that there's artificial intelligence didn't even compute all of it yet. So so they answer your question. I can give you what I'm when I'm getting information. I'm getting right now of. What's going to happen in the future? As far as surveying the territory. I don't call an angel. Just do it myself. I can scannon area. And I can I can see in my mind's eye what's going on in an area. So for instance, if I was in the woods and there were bears around. I would scan the area I do this actually with highway patrol when I'm rent when I'm driving really fast. And I I even if there's a highway patrol officer that's up the road, I need to slow down. So it's really helpful to be able to raise your vibrational level for, you know, kinds of life events. Julie how did you end up specializing in the medical end of this? Well, as an inventor of surgical devices, I was always interested in medical care and swimming in hospitals, all the time, you know, in and out of surgery and other departments in the hospital. So when I first heard the term, medical intuitive. I was intrigued and that was twenty five years ago Georgia before they had the internet. So I had to go to a bookstore to look for a book about it begin a books. Djelic attendance is the David Julie's book available bookstores Amazon dot com. It's a neat read. What really happens as we transition from this life into the next, and it's kinda strange, Julie. But the older you get the more interested. You are in the other side. What happens in? And I mean, I'm at a point now where I'm a believer that it exists. Did you ever have any doubts? I guess I didn't really think much about it until my own mother was dying in two thousand and two. But what I find is that there's lots of information on near death experiences. There's lots of information about what happens after we transition. But not a lot of information about what happens as we're dying. And I think a lot of people are afraid of that what's going to happen to me as I'm dying my point. We're gonna come back. Julie and take more calls with you in just a moment on coast to coast.
"barris" Discussed on The Big 98
"Growths. So the pinball. I know Assam barris Pepple house. I if you have to go through and go through them, but she was like she felt bad because she had to call me out for being a disgusting human. Discussed. I felt like it. The I feel like I missed out on witnessing the needle going in. She was able to move the pimple a little bit. But they take this dry this. It's like a pin like a needle, and they go into the muscle. And as soon as they hit the deterred is jumping the muscle starts jumping. So it feels like your muscles are having Little Caesars. And she had like six times to me the last time to do it again tonight. But it's crazy because it the needle part, isn't that bad until the needle gets to that muscle. And then when it pops up muscle, it's like. Shakes like crazy. Yeah. Spasms out, and then it kind of releases. Wow. That's so crazy got it done. I'm just curious about that. I've been hearing about it. I've tried everything. And I think it's working ever doing exercises to she's a physical therapist. And this is the one part and then do that physical therapy. Okay. Oh exercises. The dry part. Like, why is it a dry? Listen. I I used to try what needles. I don't know. I don't think there's there's nothing. Right. Right. Right. That'd be. So. Yeah. So it's like a boom in muscle, and then a free, but I have no pain tolerance. And I don't scream I laugh, so hard and loud like one goes into me. And I'm like. So she starts laughing last makes you laugh. That all happened in the whole time. I laugh so hard so intensely and she's like Jeff stop laughing so hard because you're gonna like make go into like a longer something. But anyway, that's what I did. It was painful if I'm watching videos online, and you can see the people's muscle. Just twit DC. They pushed it in and out. Okay. That's why I've been doing. We'll have another session.
"barris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"New york. A new report says the world economy is not growing as quickly as it was the Paris-based organization for economic cooperation and development for predicts less growth than last year from China to Europe to North America. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports the OECD has just downgraded its growth forecast for twenty nine to three point three percent OECD. Chief economist Laurence Boone says the uncertain outcome of BreX. Exit and China's economic downshifting are key factors in the global slowdown. Then there's the U S China trade war Boone says, even if the country's reach a deal. Tensions could flare up between Washington in India Turkey, or the EU all this uncertainty around the future of trade is weighing on business. The basement where they look Kate. Sweaty employ people. This is a slowing aging recovery. Jacob Kirkuk guard at the Peterson institute for international economics. We shouldn't expect the advanced economies Japan, the US and Europe to grow much faster than they are right now. There are some bright spots India's on track to grow more than seven percent this year, Indonesia, more than five percent. I'm mitchell. Hartman for marketplace. For decades. The federal rule was that large employers had to report job titles listed by the gender and race of the worker in an effort to combat discrimination, then under President Obama. The government said companies also have to report race gender job title, along with how much people the how much money the various groups are being paid this pay part was blocked by the Trump administration. But there's been a development. Here's marketplace's Eric embarrass. This week. A federal judge ruled at the White House office of management and budget didn't do enough to show that this new disclosure of wage data based on gender and race would be a substantial burden that was the criticism from industry groups like the US chamber of commerce that had set the cost to companies wouldn't have an quote accompanying benefit reinstating. This rule may help the Equal Employment Opportunity commission, better identify pay discrimination problems within companies and industries, if the White House doesn't appeal. The new rule would affect about sixty thousand companies and sixty three million workers the national women's Law Center, which had sued the Trump administration in 2017 for blocking the ruling in a statement called the decision a quote victory for equal pay. Erica barris reporting there. Checking numbers the one.
"barris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We have new information on how the trade war is playing out in practice to papers published over the weekend. Look at the data on tariffs imposed last year. Marketplace's Eric barris joins us to tell us about this research. There were two schools of thoughts on these tariffs one that exporters would cut their prices. So that consumers would ends up paying the same price for products that now have an additional import tax that way consumers wouldn't feel the. Facts of the terrorists. The other school of thought was that consumers not exporters would bear the brunt. If exporters kept prices the same consumers would end up paying more both of the papers published this weekend. Both from different groups of researchers found that consumers pay the full price for the tariffs. We experienced in twenty eighteen consumers pay now how has this affected the buying habits of American consumers law? There are tariffs on about twelve percents of what Americans import and that's led to changes in behavior. Consumers are buying more domestic products and importers changed where they were buying where they were importing things from. So from countries not facing these new tariffs in the end. Both of these trends led to higher prices for our consumers and American companies buying these goods, according to the research right quickly. Any other major takeaways? One of the papers found that American companies selling abroad were hurt by other countries retaliates tally with their own tariffs. US exporters lost two point four billion dollars a month in two thousand eighteen all right Erica. Thank you market. Participants will also be seeing several published reports that the US and China are closing in on a trade deal. These reports including from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg site unnamed sources and are not definitive, Stu. The numbers would see.
"barris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Senior executives of seven big pharmaceutical companies are getting ready for a grilling on Capitol Hill today over high drug prices, they'll go before the Senate finance committee where both Democrats and Republicans have said they will be demanding answers over the rising costs of prescription drugs. Marketplace's Erica barris has more. High drug prices are a perennial issue Boston physician Aaron kessel hyme says they're getting renewed attention because a lot of patients have may have insurance plans that expose patients to more of a fraction of the pharmaceutical costs due to cost sharing and deductible. Plans drug prices are increasing at nearly ten times the rate of inflation. According to a report by another Senate committee. One of the first questions. Lawmakers are likely to ask the executives is why Rachel sacks researches drug prices at Washington University in St Louis. She says the answer is complicated. It's hard for providers and patients and policymakers to know who is causing the real problems sack says insurers and retailers can negotiate prices, and she expects to hear executive shift the blame to them. And to argue that high prices are necessary to sustain the innovative new drugs that they're providing and Sachs expects them to use that argument to defend their efforts to delay the introduction of generic drugs. I'm Eric barriers for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. The footsie in London is down. One point two percent. Dow and NASDAQ futures are down in the three to five tenths percent range with Dow futures down one hundred and twenty five points the ten year treasury yield is at two point six six percent. Home Depot reported earnings.
"barris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Barris and humiliate Holly segments. Sharpen your pencil. Okay. I'm hijacking your podcast our podcast. So we do quizzes, right? Yeah. Like, sometimes you give me a quiz. Sometimes. What would you give me a question? I don't. But I give you quizzes, but you are the animal. Behaviorists trainer expert. I do travel stories I do travel news. Right. So I thought it's time for you to take a step in my world. So you're going to do a quiz about travel and the world customs and see what I see. And learn what I learned. I wish people could help me. Nope. Okay. Are you ready? Here we go. So we're going to go around the world come with me. And these are things that you need to know. And you never know you might find yourself in a situation. This is gonna come handy. Like this first question so well, moose hunting in Alaska. What is it a legal to do? Well, moose hunting in Alaska. It is illegal. I hate moose. Updating. It is illegal to. Female. No, I wish I wish it was a legal to shoot while moose hunting in Alaska. It's illegal to whisper in someone's ear it is legal to whisper in someone's ear. I have no idea. Why what I don't know? But I I actually true get this question. We got more. Okay. So what country has no rivers. What country has no rivers. It's an amazing question because I'm going country by country all the countries I've been to I don't know if you've been to this, but think a lot of sand. So well, then I'm thinking some kind of Middle Eastern country. There you go. Oh, I got to narrow down Jordan Saudi Arabia. Oh my gosh. Really rivers. Whatsoever. How many active volcanos does Indonesia have quite a little is this a trick one. Whereas numb. No Eddie does. They've got. They've got ten hundred twenty seven. Oh, no, just be careful. Oh, my active volcanoes. Okay. So what nation is smaller than New York's central park. Lichtenstein? No, no, one to actually I've been there. And it's bigger than that. Is it? I wanna go central park on my list. That's not the Vatican City is it, although that makes sense, it does make sense, Monaco. Oh, home to Surrey eight thousand is this more than central park, Monaco is more besides. One thousand two didn't realize. Okay. So how long is the great wall of China in its entire goodness. I don't know. But Trump's jealous of that war. He wants a wool exactly like it five fifty five hundred miles now, but it was thirteen thousand miles thousand miles. So it say, well, if they could build it Trump's lock build it company how Mexico will pay. That's what is he's trying to get for. It would not getting political on this poker. It's like opening Pandora's box. It is it is opening Pandora's. We might cost a whole lot of listeners just then. So let's talk about Austria. And what is one of the most popular sports in Austria clogging? Oh that would be good. But that would be like, Holland, don't you think? Yeah. Okay. Can they do that in Australia to dance a lot? They have. Okay. I've been to Austria. I know you've actually Saudi in competitive. Those popular sports it's competitive finger pulling competitive finger pulley fact, so this is bizarre when you turn twenty five years. He's like. Austria. Okay, finger pulling it's a dog podcast with a co host who does travel story. So please. No, you're right. You're absolutely right. I love it. And you know, what I love variety to. That's right. Okay. So when you turned twenty five, and you're unmarried, what do they do in Denmark? Data. Hold say, you're you're an old maid. That's actually not bad at twenty five thirty do they tax you something they shower you with cinnamon. It's not bad, cinnamon. I think that's bad. But when you turn thirty it's worse. They throw black pepper on you. Is that just twenty-five? No, just twenty five. Wow. They're serious either that I would have had cinnamon put on me but not black pepper. Okay. So now, we know that competitive finger pulling is popular in Austria. What is one of the most popular sports in Finland when it goes up into Finland too? Did you see any of this dates back to the nineteenth century? It's gonna be something random bizarre. Isn't it? Sure. Of course, it's like competitive meat eating or some close competitive wife carrying why? Like, you got to you got to choose wisely. Live there because otherwise you would have to Helga. Okay. So what do they do for their buried loved ones in Rome? I want to be buried in row. They put him they put him in a in a volt will in they'd have bury them in the ground. They put him in a after the after they're buried, and they're gone. What do they do that? Do they party? Do. They have a celebration. I want to be buried that they feed them wine. So here the graves contain pipes through which the kin of the deceased can pour Honey wine and other food items into their grave in the Roman burial ground. Really I want to be buried there. Wow. I would like a cabernet so happy there. You get any like it. So. AM my guy like Holly bury their then to feed your way, you heard that in some parts of Spain. They have a tradition to keep the devil at bay men dress as the devil and do what thought. Don. Salient close. They jump over babies who are laid down on mattresses along the streets. This is so weird. I hope they blocked the streets. I think that's why I like Doke so much because humans are so weird in Spain. They hold a huge fight where they throw what at each other hate tomatoes to because. Yeah. Because no-balls are so last year. Oh my God. It is traditional for brides in China to do what for a month before the wedding. Cracks me up because I'm like just don't get married to do what for a month before the wedding. I don't know. I could get rude here. I don't know cry cry called blubbing, I guess it beats crying a month after the wedding. So you get all your blubbing out Cedo blob on the day. I doubt blob off does when it's such a shock with realize. Oh my God. Okay. So internal wreath which is a Spanish island off Africa. What do they bury during advent and lent bread? Close a sardine. And they all wear at its food is they all wear black and they do a funeral procession. And then they bury a certain when kids here when kids lose teeth in Greece. What did they do? This is really weird. I guess you're going to have to walk around and duck throw them. Yeah. On the roofs TV for the tooth fairy to come and get them. So they don't haul mass better than putting it under your pillow. Exactly knowing that including varies gonna let me tell you take your tooth, if any alien came down to our country, and like just tried to figure this out think about all the parents, they would they would think we were some kind of monsters they because we all have teeth and hair. Right. You have your daughters first haircut, and you save my parents said to me look look at all this stuff, and they have my teeth. I'm like what what do I want with my teeth? That's disgusting. And they keep them in a ziplock. No, we we keep Alex is what are you gonna do with it? I have my teeth when I was little why teeth because it's like keeping a shrunken head no idea so bizarre. It's his desire. I really want my. If you're invited to dinner and Chile, what should you always do? You should always the. No, don't let greybeard isn't it? You. No, that's Japan. I think no. It's Arab costume. Oh, you're right. So. East coast, but in Sheila arrived late, so if they say eight PM, it means eight fifteen showing up on time is considered reacts kind of like England actually at fashionably late being fashionably late, which is around ten fifty minutes after you never on time tells Sean that because we call it for for time owner that's much better. I'm always ten fifteen minutes late to everything I can't help. But maybe it's just I'm just more polite. Now, you know what? Yes, I think he will. Then you go. You got a great excuse you, never turn up on time at something. And you never turn up early rudeness. I love that. Well, all right. Last one I'm getting so much. This is great quite bizarre. But we actually have two more can give you two more. How do you tell your hosts in India and Japan, you've enjoyed your meal? Always that allows. Nope. You think I don't know finish everything on your play? Oh god. That'd be terrible. It's rude. Not to but you're in China. It's rude to finish it all because it implies your host Phoebe. In. Here you go. Here's the answer that you we're looking for in some Inuit cultures in Canada. How do you tell a chef you've enjoyed the meal, you know, what? The other end L, you you do you make gas you fought? What was it say the word because when I say, it's far when you say you fought it sounds, so polite. Levy like, oh, excuse me. I think I've just faulted and everyone goes, oh, that's lovely. Okay. So did you learn something I did? I learned a lot of useless information. But this is good information. I learned I want to be married in Rome yet buried in Rome. Not married Marian buried in Rome. Well, maybe completely olden and just a little bit googly. We'll go out there and live there. And then and here's the other thing. Poor Sean, my husband is screwed and van your husband's got it easy because with that competitive white kit wife carrying like he's gonna look at me like it's like carrying you know, like Russia potato picker. And with you she he's like, I've got a toothpick over here. The finish line in no time flat. So terrible. Anyway. Well, thank you. I hope everybody enjoyed that. Or at least now you know that when you go to Canada, drink a soda a can of soda I before dinner with an enu it who's serving you a meal..
"barris" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm David Brancaccio in New York, the government overseer that monitors. The IRS reportedly is telling members of congress that it could take a year or more for federal tax operations to recover from the government shutdown. That's according to the Washington Post. The IRS will start processing taxes today shutdown ended at least for now this tax season is the first full one after the two seventeen overhaul. Marketplace's Eric embarrass reports every tax filing season. People have figures in mind how much they'll be refunded or how much they'll pay not so fast. This year says Lillian fall Haber a law professor at Georgetown University. Tax payers will be facing different consequences. Then they might have expected based on previous years. They'll have fewer deductions and will be subject to a new tax rate. For example, complicating this the IRS ran on a skeleton crew for the past month during the partial government shutdown so says Paul Haber that meant having fewer IRS workers to help taxpayers. I would imagine that that's just going to make it harder for taxpayers to get guidance tax preparers like Armando Hurtado of Paris, California. Are also surprised by some aspects of this filing season. They were saying that the ten forty was going to be the size of a postcard is not here already has dozens of complete a tax returns ready to be filed. But he's been warning clients because of the shutdown expect a delay of the refund and clients haven't been happy to hear that as well. I'm Eric barris for marketplace. Now, some members of congress are floating competing plans to outlaw government shutdowns. For good. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall genzer joins us from Washington. Hi, nancy. Hey, how does one ban ban shutdowns? There are two bills that we do that. So far one is from Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio. It's called the end government shutdowns acted says if no spending agreement is reached the government is about to run out of money instead of shutting down the government would be automatically funded at the previous year's level. But if no agreement was reached after about four months funding would be cut by one percent. It would be reduced by another one percent every ninety days after that. And that's designed to give congress in the White House and incentive to reach a deal and approach number two. The second Bill is from a Democrats Senator Mark Warner of Virginia and his Bill is called the stop shutdowns transferring unnecessary pain and inflicting damage in the coming years act or stop stupidity act. It would also automatically fund the government to keep it running a budget agreement couldn't be reached. But it would not fund the legislative branch were the executive office of the president the idea here is it would be hard for congress and the president to let budget disagreements drag on if their staffers weren't getting paid. Nancy, either of these things likely to pass hard to say Senator Portman says he's introduced his Bill every session of congress since he was elected in two thousand ten you know, it seems like there's bipartisan momentum, but it hasn't translated into action yet. Nancy Marshall genzer. Thank you. Let's check markets..
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"Jump right into the let's barris and humiliate Holly segments. Sharpen your pencil. You're about to attend. Now's the time. I can get you. Paulie? For last week's quiz. Yes. More. I didn't. Yes. So next week. It's my turn again. Okay. Oh my God. All right. Veer quizzing me. Yes, I am. I've got some questions here. All right. So. Goodness me. All right. Number one. Okay. How many times can a woodpecker peck per second. This is insane. Well, here's the deal if the woodpecker outside my house is not real bright. Because he usually does it in metal. And I don't think he can go as long because it hurts. I'm gonna go fifty times a second. Oh, do you know? I was twenty times. It's still in the second. Yeah. That's one second a compact twenty times you hear it. It doesn't sound like that much. But can you said it's amazing fully we could harness that power for our good. I know my gosh. All right. It fifty times. Like, a super woodpecker how many headaches they get good. Lord. Do you know that in concussion? Have you seen the film concuss out yet? But here, it's it's a brilliant brilliant film, and he says about the woodpecker, and they have the the woodpecker whose tongue curls back over their head to protect their brain. Is there pecking? Oh, that's why they can pick so hard like that that not get concussed. Wow. All day. Brilliant film. Learn things now is a zebra was bre for those of you in the UK white with black stripes or black with white stripes. It's not the age old question. I'm going with a white with black stress. Really? Yeah. You know, why that way because I'm smart. No. Because you know, how sometimes when you look at it almost looks like the black was painted on because those black stripes kind of trail off. Yes. Yeah. Very good. All right. What animal will not eat another animal that has been struck by lightning. I would think they would all barbecued. It's like perfectly cooked and charred on the outside. It says all coniferous animals will vote they won't eat another. Why has been struck by lightning which I guess happens in the wild lanes in Africa? Then nobody will eat it. Why no idea 'cause I'm thinking seriously. I mean, not to be crude. But like they're cooked. No. Okay. No great tool for them. Okay. So I have no idea about that. Quite a random question of does look that up. Okay. Here's another one. What are infant beavers cold vets buffet? Oh, yeah. I signed not true at no kittens, a really, yes, they stole that. They're not very original. But I will tell you this much better. Don't you? I think we should start movement. He's in hashtag beaver. Okay. There. We go. How long does it? Take to hurt boil an ostrich egg. Bobby to we get these questions? I don't know how long it takes to really her ball human like a chicken egg that we eat humid, a chicken egg that we would eat fertilized chicken. But so if I knew that ostrich egg is bigger. So let's say three minutes to do a regular, Ed. I don't know. I just boil it until I think it might be done six minutes, forty minutes. Why it doesn't say whether it's going to be so bold or hard boiled? It's gotta be like rock-solid boil to jeez. Wow. Forty minutes a big this is important to know. How long do we're talking about how long animals live? How long do pigs live on average picks live a long time because I want to pick so badly done research. I think pigs can live up to let's say twenty years about fifteen years. Yeah. Because I want pig. And this is how my husband's being mean every time. Like, I have a birthday. He's like, well, now's your last chance together cat because it allowed live you. You know, you can't have a parent. You're too old. So I could have a pig backing up to pigs. Yeah. Not done yet. Yeah. You're right. You're go to while left. Ginny oko. It's alright I call everybody called my twelve year old daughter Ogle too. I told you I think. British thing. Okay. This is gonna be a last question. Okay. What is the most common mammal in the u nited states boys coming? In the United States, the gray whale mouse. Really? Yeah. That's what it says common. Wow. Well, there you go. That's freaky. I'm sure as we're sitting here. I'm sure there's a lot round here. There we go. We'll see. I did. Okay. Come in my house. Yeah. That's why you need to be vet to get rid of the lights. Yes. I love that. Be bet. We've just vis created a new name. All right. Thank you. Holy. You're welcome. Thank you. This has been really it's been a really fun great.
"barris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Into the let's barris and humiliate Holly segments. Sharpen your pencil. Okay. I'm hijacking your podcast our podcast. So we do quizzes, right? Yeah. Like, sometimes you give me a quiz. Sometimes. What would you give me a quick? I don't. But I give you quizzes, but you are the animal. Behaviorists trainer expert. I do travel stories I do travel news. Right. So I thought it's time for you to take a step in my world. So you're gonna do a quiz about travel and the world customs and see what I see. And learn what I learned. I wish people in here could help me. Nope. Okay. Are you ready? Here we go. So we're gonna go around the world come with me. And these are things that you need to know. And you never know you might find yourself in a situation. This is gonna come handy. Like this first question so well, moose hunting in Alaska. What is it illegal to do? Well, moose hunting in Alaska. It is illegal hate Mussa thing. It is illegal to. The female. No, I wish I wish it was a legal to shoot while moose hunting in Alaska. It's illegal to whisper in someone's ear. It is illegal to whisper in someone's. I have no idea. Why what I don't know? True. Get this quest. We got more. My god. Okay. What country has no rivers. What country has no rivers. Is an amazing question because I'm going country by country all the countries I've been to I don't know if you've been to this, but think a lot of sand. So well, then I'm thinking some kind of Middle Eastern country. There you go. Oh, you got to narrow down Jordan Saudi Arabia. Oh my gosh. Really rivers. Whatsoever. How many active volcanos does Indonesia have quite a little is this a trick one. Whereas numb nobody does. They've got. They've got ten hundred twenty seven. Oh, no, just be careful. Oh, my active volcanoes. Okay. So what nation is smaller than New York's central park Liechtenstein. No, no to actually I've been there. And it's bigger than that. Is it I want to go central park on my list. That's not the Vatican City is it, although that makes sense, it does make sense, Monaco. Oh, home to Surrey eight thousand is this more than central park Monaco is small besides. Eight thousand I have to realize. Okay. So how long is the great wall of China in its entire? Oh, goodness. I don't know. But Trump's jealous of that wall. He wants a wool exactly like it five fifty five hundred miles now, but it was thirteen thousand miles. Thousand miles. So it say, well, if they could build it Trump Slocum, build it company, how Mexico will pay that's what she's trying to get for the typical. They were not getting political on this poker. It's like opening Pandora's box. It is it is opening Pandora's. We might we just lost a whole lot of listeners just them. So let's talk about Austria. And what is one of the most popular sports in Austria clogging? Oh that would be good. But that would be like, Holland, don't you think? Yeah. Okay. Can they do that in Australia too? Don't Salat they have. Okay. I've been to Australia. I know you've actually Saudi in a competitive one of the most popular sports, it's competitive finger pulling competitive finger fingerprinting fact, so this is bizarre. When you turn twenty five years is like Austria. Okay, finger, pulling it's a dog podcast with a co host who does travel story so plea. No, you're right. You're absolutely right. I love it. And you know, what I love variety to north right? Okay. So when you turn twenty five and you're unmarried, what do they do in Denmark three data? Hold say. You're you're an old maid. That's actually not bad at twenty five to thirty. Do they tax you something they shower you with cinnamon? It's not bad, cinnamon. I think that's bad. But when you turn thirty it's worse. They throw black pepper on you. Guess is that man? Women. Twenty-five? No, just twenty five. Wow. They're serious either that I would have had cinnamon put on me but not black pepper. Okay. So now, we know that competitive finger pulling is popular in Austria. What is one of the most popular sports in Finland? It goes up into Finland too. Did you see any of this dates back to the nineteenth century? It's gonna be something random bizarre. Isn't it? Sure. Of course, it's God. It's like competitive meat eating close competitive wife carrying why? Like you. Gotta you got to choose wisely. Live there because otherwise you would have to hell guy. Okay. So what do they do for their buried loved ones in Rome? I want to be buried in Rome. Well, no, they put them they put him in a in a volt will in bury them in the ground. They put them in a well after the after they're buried, and they're gone. What do they do that? Do they party? Do. They have a celebration. Yeah. I want to be buried that they feed them wine. So here the graves contained pipes through which the kin of the deceased can pour Honey wine and other food items into their grave in the Roman burial ground. Really I want to be buried there. Wow. I would like a cabernet so happy there you get. So really cool. Oh my God. Like Holly berry, you there then to feed your way you heard that in some parts of Spain. They have a tradition to keep the devil at bay men dressed as the devil and do what thought. Don. Million close. They jump over babies who are laid down on mattresses along the streets. Catis is so weird. I hope they blocked the streets. I think that's why I like Doke so much because humans are so weird in Spain. They hold a huge fight where they throw what at each other hate tomatoes to because. Yeah. Because no-balls are so last year. Oh my God. It is traditional for brides in China to do what for a month before the wedding. Me up because I'm like just don't get married. His his to do what for a month before the wedding. I don't know. I could get rude here. I don't know cry cry called blubbing, I guess it beats crying for a month after the wedding. So you get all your blubbing out Cedo blob on the day after such a shock. We realize oh my God. Okay. So in ten reef, which is a Spanish island off Africa. What do they bury during advent and lent bread? Close a sardine. And they all wear at its food is they all wear black and they do a funeral procession. And then they bury a sardine when when kids lose teeth in Greece. What did they do? This is really weird. I guess you're gonna have to walk around and duck the throw them. Yeah. On the roofs. Do they? For the tooth fairy to come and get them. So they don't haul mass better than putting it under your pillow. Exactly have written knowing that equation varies me tell you take your tooth if any alien came down to our country, and like just tried to figure out think about all the parents. They would they would think we were some kind of monsters because we all have teeth and hair. Right. You have your daughters. First haircut. Save my parents said to me look look at all this stuff, and they have my teeth. I'm like what what do I want with my teeth? That's disgusting. And they keep them in a ziplock. We keep Alex is what are you gonna do with it? I have my teeth when I was little you. Why mother can my teeth because it's like keeping a shrunken head no idea. So bizarre. It's his Pizarro. I really want. My. If you're invited to dinner in to lay what should you always do? You should always the. No, don't let that Rabia. Isn't it? No, that's Japan. I think no. It's at Arab costume. Oh, you're right. So. Middle East coast, but she lay arrived late. So if they say eight PM, it means eight fifteen showing up on time is considered reacts kind of like England, actually it's fashionably late being fashionably late, which is around ten fifty minutes after you never on time. Tell Sean that because we call it for for time owner that's much better. I'm always ten fifteen minutes late to everything I can't help it. Maybe it's just I'm just more polite. Now, you know what? Yes, I think you are. But you go you got a great excuse you, never turn up on time at something. And you never turn up early to rudeness. I love that. Well, all right. Last one, I'm reading so much. This is great quite bizarre. But we actually have to market give you two more. How do you tell your hosts in India and Japan, you've enjoyed your meal? Oh is that the last? Nope. You thank them. I don't know finish everything on your play. Oh god. That'd be terrible. It's rude. Not to but you're in China. It's rude to finish it all because it implies your hosted Phoebe. In. Here you go. Here's the answer that you were looking for in some Inuit cultures in Canada. How do you tell a chef you've enjoyed the meal up? No. The other end L, you you do you make gas you fought? What was it to say the word because when I say, it's part when you say you fought it sounds so polite and Levy like oh, excuse me. I think I've just fought it and everyone goes, oh, that's lovely. Okay. So did you learn something I did? I learned a lot of very useless information. But this is good information. I learned I want to be married in Rome buried in Rome. Not married Marian married in Rome. Well, maybe why completely olden, and you know, just little bit googly. We'll go out there and live there. And then and here's the other thing. Poor sean. My husband is screwed and van your husband's got it easy because with that competitive white kit wife carrying like he's gonna look at me like it's like carrying a Russia potato picker. And with you. He's like I've got a toothpick over here like the finish line in no time flat. So terrible. Anyway. Well, thank you. I hope everybody enjoyed that. Or at least now you know that when you go to Canada, drink a soda a can of soda I before dinner with an enu it who's serving you a meal..
"barris" Discussed on KCRW
"To the platform America barris for marketplace. We're going to do a quick immigration tutorial now not to continue southern border immigration. That's the root cause of the shutdown. It's more of a visa regulations toil. Really you've probably heard of H one B visas. Right. The ones a lot of tech firms use to hire highly skilled workers, many of them as it happens from India lesser known but still vital to the economy are H two visas which come in two flavors h two a visas for temporary seasonal agricultural workers and H two Bs also temporary and seasonable, but not farm related. They work in tourist hotels and ski resorts also they do landscaping anyway labor secretary Alexander Kosta told the Wall Street Journal yesterday that the system for those visas HDB's is broken and needs fixing marketplaces, and your has the business case for about twenty years the mount Rushmore resort and lodge in South Dakota used H, two visa employee's from places like South America for cleaning and maintenance jobs H two Bs we stopped using two years ago because. The cat. That's the largest general manager Nathan Lael that cap is sixty six thousand eight to be visas in a fiscal year competition for these low skilled workers is so fierce that securing an age to be employees became quite difficult. He says there are not enough South Dakota to fill the jobs, which only pay about nine bucks an hour. Now, he has to bring an international students over the summer to do the work. But despite some businesses turning away from H two Bs demand for the visas has been growing dramatically, I got twice as many inquiries. This year is as last year about day should be program. So clearly, there's need I know unemployment's really low, Peter Kramer is an immigration attorney. He says you have to start applying for these visas six months in advance prove that you've tried to hire US workers and beat other employers to the Panch Kramer says he was one of the more than a hundred thousand applicants trying to submit at midnight on New Year's with the system crash this year. So we spent forty five minutes or more trying to get in. And then they close it down for a week perhaps. The biggest problem with visas. According to immigration attorney rose Amalia Mesa veto is that there aren't enough of them. I think the cap is unrealistic. She says last year, the Labor Department made an exception and gave out a few thousand more H two Bs, but she can't guarantee to her clients. They're going to do that again, though, I have to go with what the reality is. And if the number gets depleted before we're able to apply for the actual visas, Dan dot net. The US department of labor didn't reply.
"barris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To the platform America barris for marketplace. We're going to do a quick immigration tutorial. Now, not the contentious southern border immigration. That's the root cause of the shutdown. It's more of a visa regulations. Tutorial really you've probably heard of H one B visas. Right. The ones a lot of tech firms use to hire highly skilled workers, many of them as it happens from India lesser known but still vital to the economy are H two visas which come in two flavors h two a visas for temporary seasonal agricultural workers and H two Bs also temporary and seasonable, but not farm related. They work in tourist hotels and ski resorts also aiding landscaping anyway labor secretary, Alexandra Kosta told the Wall Street Journal yesterday that the system for those visas HDB's is broken and needs fixing marketplaces, and your has the business case for about twenty years the mount Rushmore resort and lodge in South Dakota used H, two visa employees from places like South America for cleaning and maintenance jobs H two Bs we stopped using two years ago because. Of the cat. That's the largest general manager Nathan Lael that cap is sixty six thousand eight hundred visas in a fiscal year competition for these low skilled workers is so fierce that securing an H two B employees became quite difficult. He says there are not enough South Dakota to fill the jobs, which when we pay about nine bucks an hour. Now, he has to bring an international students over the summer to do the work. But this might some businesses turning away from H two Bs demand for the visas has been growing dramatically, I got twice as many inquiries. This year is as last year about day should be program. So clearly, there's need I know. Unemployment's really low, Peter Kramer is an immigration attorney. He says you have to start applying for these visas, six months in advance proved that you've tried to hire US workers and beat other employers to the Panch Kramer says he was one of the more than one hundred thousand applicants trying to submit it midnight on New Year's with the system crash this year. So we spent forty five minutes or more trying to get in. And then they close it down for a week perhaps. The biggest problem with H two visas. According to immigration attorney rose Amalia Mesa veto is that there aren't enough of them. I think the cap is unrealistic. She says last year, the Labor Department made an exemption and gave out a few thousand more H two Bs, but she can't guarantee to her clients. They're going to do that again. So I have to go with what the reality is. And if the number gets depleted before we're able to apply for the actual visas than doc hit the US department of labor didn't reply to requests for comment before.
"barris" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To the lesson barris and humiliate Holly segment. Now's the time. I can get back at you. Holly. For last week's quiz. Yes. Oh, my no. I have more. I did. Yes. So next week. It's my turn again. Okay. Oh my God. All right. Veer quizzing me. Yes, I am. I've got some questions here. All right. So. Goodness me. All right, number one. Okay. How many times can a woodpecker peck per second. This is insane. Well, here's the deal of the woodpecker outside. My house is not real bright. Because he usually does it in metal. And I don't think he goes long because it hurts. I'm gonna go fifty times a second. Oh, do you know? I was twenty times. It's still in the second. Yeah. That's one second a compact twenty times you hear it. It doesn't sound like that much. But can you? Mazing fuller. We could harness that power for our good. I know my gosh. All right. Is it fifty times? That's a. A super woodpecker how many headaches they get good Lord. Do you know that in concussion? Have you seen the film concuss out yet? But here, it's it's a brilliant brilliant film, and he says about the woodpecker, and they have the the woodpecker whose tongue curls back over their head to protect the brain. Is there pecking that's why they can pick so hard like that that and not get concussed. Why? Wow. Brilliant film. Learn chippings. No, okay. Is a zebra was Ebre for those of you in the UK white with black stripes or black with white stripes. It's not the age old question. I'm going with a white with black stress. Really? Yeah. Why say that way because I'm smart. No. Because you know, how sometimes when you look at it almost looks like the black was painted on because those black stripes kind of trail off. Yes. Yeah. Very good. All right. What animal will not eat another animal that has been struck by lightning. I would think they would all barbecued. It's like perfectly cooked and charred on the outside. Parents. It says all cadaverous animals will vote they won't eat another. Why animals been struck by lightning which I guess happens in the wild lanes in Africa? Then nobody will eat it. Why no idea 'cause I'm thinking seriously. I mean, not to be crude. But like they're cooked. No. Create a tool for them. Okay. So I have no idea about that. Quite a random question of does look that up. Okay. Here's another one. What are infant beavers cold b vets b? Oh, yeah. I know that they're not true at no kittens, a really, yes, they stole that. They're not very original. But I will tell you much better. Don't you? I think we should start a movement. He's in hashtag be okay. There we go. How long does it? Take to hurt boil an ostrich egg. Every week. We get these questions. I don't know how long it takes to really her ball human like a chicken egg that we eat a chicken egg that we would eat fertilized chicken. But so if I knew that ostrich egg is bigger. So it's say three minutes to do a regular at. I don't know. I just boil it until I think it might be done six minutes. Forty minutes. It doesn't say whether it's going to be soft boiled or hard boiled. It's gotta be like rock-solid boiled. Jeez. Wow. Forty minutes a big this is important to know. How long do I mean we're talking about how long animals live? How long do pigs live on average picks live a long time because I want to pick so badly done research. I think pigs can live up to let's say twenty years about fifteen years. Yeah. Because I wanna pig. And this is how my husband's being mean every time. Like, I have a birthday. He's like, well, now's your last chance together cat because it allowed live you. You know, you can't have a parent too old. So I could have a pig back to pigs. Yeah. Not done yet. Yeah. You're right. You gotta to go to wall left Junio. Thanks. It's all right. I call everybody called my twelve year old daughter Ogle too. I told you I think. Okay. This is gonna be a last question. Okay. What is the most common mammal in the United States, boys? Common. In the United States, the gray whale mouse. Oh, really? Yeah. That's what it says common. Wow. There you go. That's freaky. I'm sure as we're sitting here. I'm sure there's a lot round here. There we go. We'll see. I did. Okay. Come in my house. Yeah. What does? That's why you need to be vet to get rid of the lights. Yes. I love that. Be bet. We've just we've created a new name. All right. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you. This has been really really fun. Great.