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"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"You're kind of like, are people really desiring it or are they just doing it? Because they feel like that's what they're supposed to be doing. So it is kind of hard to also be like, I don't even know whether I'm just being my little nonconformist self and just not copying them, whoever listens to something that people genuinely actually have a desire to do. I think it's a combination of the two. Well, one thing I wanted to ask you because you always seem to have had this very strong sense of self and where did that come from? And that kind of like, yeah, this is me, get over it. I mean, I like to I also say I feel like I just internalize those like Disney Channel messages a bit too much. That whole be yourself thing. I think I took that little too seriously to the point where it's kind of productive. But I also think it had I also think it was just 'cause I don't know, I think I'm an only child and I was predominantly raised by my mom and she really just let me be like this weird as I am. She didn't really try and really steer me in any kind of direction and she kind of just like, there was no one to really, I mean, of course you get compared to other people's kids. Even if you don't have siblings, but there wasn't really any kind of like, oh, I should be like this or I should be like that or feeling like I had to try and match up to anybody in particular. So I was kind of just left to, you know, find what I like to do my own thing and I don't entirely know where my where my kind of non conformist attitude problem. I think it was also partially, again, I listened to a lot of rock music as a kid. I wanted to be Billy Joe Armstrong. I was obsessed with Green Day. I was obsessed with this whole punk rock, vibe, and again, that was totally counterproductive, made me like the least cool person. Like I had no friends, but I had this mentality of like, why change to be friends with someone that doesn't actually like you for who you really are like, that doesn't seem constructive either. So I'd rather just do my own thing, sit by myself and see what happens. And I kind of maintained that and about over ten years later, eventually became somewhat practical 'cause I stuck to my guns and it turned out okay, but wasn't always practical, but I don't know where it came from. That's amazing, though, your mom sounds cool. She's awesome. And did you ever have like a coming out moment without you just said she just got who you were in that was that? I mean not really. I often guess, what was there like telling you, again, because I wasn't pretending to be anything else. There wasn't really anything to announce. I never acted like I wasn't asexual. I never acted like I wasn't a romantic. So I think it would have been weirder if I came home and said, hey, mom, this is my boyfriend. Should have been like, huh. Really? I mean, you didn't say you wouldn't, but you also had expressed zero interest like ever. So that would probably have been weirder. I feel like I just like, I don't know, I heard the word one day and I was like, oh, by the way, you know that's a word. I probably asexual..
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"But for some asexual people, it is something that they don't mind doing within a relationship. It's not something that they desire to, but they don't mind doing it. Kind of like washing the dishes. I hear people kind of make that. Comparison is not the end of the world doing it, but I'm not going to spend all day thinking about how much I want to do it. But then, you know, there are some that they don't want to really want to have sex within their relationship. And if that is something that is a crucial component for their partner, then that is something that should probably be discussed and could potentially be worked around, so I think it's important to be open and see what happens. And talk about it, right? Like you say, every relationship could really do with more talking about all this stuff because needs change and grow. Definitely. I'm just looking at the other questions. This is obviously from a fan. Read Madden. What's your favorite metal genre subject? I like that this is obviously someone who is familiar with my stuff. I think I've mentioned before. I feel like death metal for me is a very good sex substitute. I don't know why, but there is something in particular about death metal that just really hits the spot sometimes. That is like in the same way so on my list it's like an Adele song and literally cry. I could listen to a death metal song and be like, oh my God, that was a deep emotional experience. Wow. I am moved, I'm physically moved. Sometimes I'll be like, I just want if there's a guitar solo right now, then that would just do it for me. And then there is one. And I'm like, oh, love it. Really? Because you like one hell of like an eargasm. So I would definitely say death metal is my. That's the early genre that does that to me. Okay, AC in the pack says, how can I be a better ally for asexual people? I think that one of the most one of the easiest things is be more inclusive in the way that you talk about sexuality, which again, I think is one of those things that it's beneficial for everyone like asexuality is not a bubble. It's just one of the multiple layers and experiences of sexuality. And I think that when we talk about sexuality in a way that is a little bit black and white. I don't think it's really helpful for anybody. And I think that people unintentionally, you know, they might, you know, like if someone's asking what your sexual orientation is and you might be like, oh, I get you into this. You went to that, like, are you gay? You straight are you by maybe just think, okay, well maybe someone say sexual, like we can bring that up as an option and also. Why also place the emphasis on like that element of sexuality where it is about the orientation? Like there are other layers to your sexual experience. And I think that people also, when you're talking about sex and you're placing important on the sex that you should be having or you kind of see that as being like, you know, an essential component to kind of like living like a normal life, like maybe just consider like, okay, is that actually that essential? Is this framing it this way going to be potentially alienating for people that don't feel that?.
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Well, yeah, it's interesting, you know, the hyper sexualization of black queer bodies and black female bodies, butting up against being an asexual activist. I wonder what that has been like. It's been weird, I think that people were kind of naturally like they often like, okay, well, you know, you're a lingerie model, so there is going to be a degree of sexualization that, but there is a difference between sexualization and hypersexualization and I think the best way I can describe it is that the kind of comments I get when people like, oh, well, you're asexual, you're in your underwear, those two things don't make sense. I get those same things in jeans and a T-shirt. I have had people say, well, you know, if you weren't dressed like that, if you were a dress, if you're wearing jeans if you cover it up, then I wouldn't be mad at you. I wouldn't be invalidating you. But I have and then but I have things where I am wearing Jesus. It's like, well, if you're a sexual and why are you touching your hair that's sexy? Why are you wearing jeans? I could almost see your belly button. That's too sexy. I get that for literally anything. And it's like, there is this weird mentality, like you can't, especially and it mainly comes from white people. I notice it doesn't matter what I'm doing. I'll be like, well, your face is sexy. I'll be fully Chloe, then they'll say I'm pornographic. And that's what I mean by hyper sexualization. It's almost like a kind of attack in a sense that they can't desexualize you. They only see you through a very sexual lens, no matter what you're doing, whether you're consenting to it or not, whether it's appropriate or not. And that is, I feel like that is a distinction that I definitely have encountered a lot specifically relating to me being asexual and black at the same time. That is absolutely shit and it shouldn't have happened..
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Because I think that for particularly for our sexual people that are also like homo romantic or attracted to the same gender, it kind of becomes like it's not the most obvious part of their orientation. Therefore it's not really the first thing people notice. So, I think you're more likely to find asexual people that are like Homer romantic sexual that might just say, oh, I'm gay, and that might be like the first thing they say and they don't really expand upon that as much unless asked, especially since there is also a phobia within the community. So I definitely think that that's true. We did a little poll when we sort of told listeners that you were coming on and stuff, and we said we asked our listeners, do you identify as asexual? And 17% of them said yes. And then we said, do you see asexuality represented in media and culture? 95% said no, which is presumably that 5% was people who watched that episode of sex education. Where someone popped up. Very briefly. Very briefly, wasn't it? A matter of minutes. And then here we are ace awareness week. The question was, do you feel like you know what asexuality is and 65% people said yes. 35% of people said no. Then we just asked people like for those who define as asexual. What does it mean for you? And we had lots of different answers actually. And some are really lovely. So Lyanna said, no or little sexual attraction to any gender, not devoid of sexuality, just not directed at any gender. Every other sexuality gets to be defined by what genders their attracted to IE multiple genders, opposite binary gender, et cetera, but instead of aces getting the same treatment, we just get no or little sex attraction to any gender. Yeah, I mean, that is, that is probably the more accurate. That's how I would describe it if people asked. But I mean, there really isn't really many other ways to describe because of the way our language is and the fact that we even have to consider sexual orientations. The only way you can really explain a sexuality is by, you know, in the sense that it's what you're not experiencing compared to what you are experiencing because it's our entire language is centered around, you know, which way you're oriented and we just happen to not really be oriented anywhere. So that is kind of the only way you could put it, but yeah, I think that person put it like that's how I would say it. Well, I love what king draxler said here for this person. It is freedom from all normative expectations. And I love that. I do love that. I mean, we still live in a capitalist society we've still got to get jobs and make money and apply to many others. But yes, in terms of that specific that specific one that is a freedom from that kind of experiencing sexuality in that specific way. But I feel like we still have a lot of other expectations, but that one is true. It's a good one to jump out of bed within the morning, but by 11, there will have been beaten out of view. Yeah. Ace of words says I feel about sex the same way I feel about skydiving could live a long and happy life without ever trying it. I often use the skydiving comparison as well, so I feel that I do say that one. It's like a best way to articulate it. It's like I can completely understand why that would be super fun. I can envision it. I can empathize with how that would feel. I get why people do it. But I don't have any personal desire or inclination to throw myself out of a plane. I just don't feel it..
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"What they want to the portray. It's not as palatable from someone like me. It doesn't fit the ideas that people have. And if they do want to do things with me, they often emphasize it in a very shock value esque way. What you do get with other articles anyway, it is very much kind of voyeuristic and the way it's kind of depicted. It's very much got a kind of freak show undatable kind of energy. But then they definitely try and make it in a way that makes it very provocative and kind of invites trolling to me. In the way that they like they'll be like, oh, here's her in her underwear and then we're gonna use that as the first picture and then say, here's the lingerie model that will never have sex with you. And this and it's like, that's not what I'm talking about. That's how they like to kind of frame it if they are gonna put me on it. And you as an activist as a person who's trying to raise awareness is having to choose whether you're going to be included in given a platform in a way that is actually nutritious or useful for your cause, right? Well, I think the complicated thing is, is that you don't know that's how it's gonna be until. You don't get to choose the headline. Like I've done things where I thought that was a really good interview. That was really in depth. I feel like that's gonna be really sensitively done. And then I see they come out and I'm like, what the hell was that? That is not what we said that was not how I thought you were going to do it. I've had to tell them you got to change that headline. This was inaccurate. You've totally made me out to be like some kind of cocktails. And so it's almost impossible to even be able to 'cause I've done documentaries where I've been like,.
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"This is part two of my lovely chat with yasmin Benoit. If you haven't heard part one, then you've got a treat in store, head back to the feed, go listen to that first. And if you had her part one, welcome to part two. What made you move from here I am living my life to know I'm going to become an activist I'm going to create visibility and visibility as a black asexual woman as well, which is challenging in its own ways. I mean it was like a hashtag everything was kind of somewhat accidental 'cause I mean, I didn't really I didn't have much exposure to activism. I wasn't really on the scene. I wasn't really using social media like that. I didn't join Twitter until like 2019 and I did not use tumblr. So that whole element of people kind of like make a job and make like a whole lifestyle out of raising awareness or something. I didn't really know that was a thing. For me, it was just kind of like I have a bit of a platform for my modeling and I often think, oh, I'll be nice if there was some black asexual representation there. And then I thought, well, I'm not consciously doing anything about it. So I literally it was just like it was supposed to be just like a kind of casual thing that I just brought up a few times. I didn't think anyone would really care, otherwise I wouldn't have waited for so long to really mention it. I generally didn't think anyone would care. And then I kind of noticed that there was kind of a gradual snowballing effect and I was just kind of riding the wave. And then when I finished my masters ago, I thought, let me steer the wave a bit more because if people are going to be like, as I noticed, they were like, yeah, you're like the asexual icon, you're like known for this now..
"benoit" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"This podcast some great guests funny and intelligent hosts. So that's one. Two. Stephen with the subject heading mister Y and our previous one was 5 stars this one's monster. You may enjoy if you compare the relentless use of the word queer. Was relieved to hear recent excellent guest Cyndi Lauper was not comparing the Q word to the N word. Don't expect any balance debate on the gender critical issue. They never have guessed who were GC being gender critical assume on their show to have a sensible discussion about the matter. Sounds like angry tearful alert to me. Stephen, everybody is entitled to their opinion, but this is a lovely warm bubble bath of a podcast and we'll use queer as much as they want. Thank you because that's what the community want to say. I can't see you getting a teacher, but I'm going to put it in your hands Jasmine, you're going to choose. Number three is from Paul. He says, love the show 5 stars. What can I say? I adore this podcast, and mister Sweeney, that's me. Has felt like a constant companion as I go about my daily chores. Oh, Paul, don't do your chores you do your back in. 5 stars all round. We like Paul. That was sweet. Yasmin, oh my God, I've had a better idea. You choose the winner but let's do it at the end. Fill the suspense. Yeah, so Jasmine is gonna tell us the winner at the end. Stephen, you do not have to continue listening. Let's have a look at some emails because as we know this season of the podcast is about you the listeners. It's about getting the questions that you want to ask to the people you want us to speak to. And there's two emails that come up yasmin that were about asexuality that got sent in. So I'm going to read them if that's okay with you. Sure. So the first one is from cat, the subject heading is uncovering the a, I love your podcast, have been listening since I discovered you during lockdown, which in Australia where I currently reside was most of last year. As a hetero asexual woman, brackets may be gray slash Demi, still figuring it out. I have continued to learn so much listening to your lovely voices. Sadly, however, I don't hear much discussion that includes asexual or any of the non sexual romantic people of the LGBTQIA+ community. Now 47 I was talking about the album. I think I had that. Now 47 I spent most of my life thinking sex was very overrated. Women were totally lying to keep men happy, or that there was something very wrong with me. I've had a lot of men been in a lot of relationships, tried nearly everything to feel turned on and nothing worked for me. I only discovered in the last few months that I'm not alone. While my first thought was that I had been dealt a short straw, I also found an explanation for how I am wired, which with time am coming to understand and accept. This is brilliant cat. I am now happily married four years in May to someone who is equally devoid of libido. We adore each other. We're extremely affectionate rarely ever apart and can go a year without either of us wanting sex sometimes longer..
"benoit" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty
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"benoit" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty
"For dressing letter. Talks and some wrestling related controversies than here. We will join us some anchor and defend and and i'm talking defense if we want to tell us some questions regarding wrestling later than you can ask own men core and my social media platforms and my podcast. Available on sporty lulu broadcast apple. Podcast break overcast radio stitcher and many more join us and enjoy for siglo us. Thank you so much guys. It's another near watching the wrestling ideological multi this episode wonderful and this podcast was a mysterious. Podcast i am speaking along and i am discussing this podcast and everybody should know that this table for guest was discuss with some takes the main factors. Why am talking more disgruntled podcast in this show. Is it necessary to speak. Is it necessary to dock. And in my podcast. Yeah i was open for all you can come in to show you can talk with dave discussion groups. The main things if the main part of teams coming into such a big suspicious admits that utah like that even want to start the conversation with this kind of articles that was completely banned Dislocated everything that's and this you stop discussions that damage the hardware. There is a brain. There was the mind that there was an affinity the damage everything that decibel okay. So i'm talking about the discussions that i'm talking. Would chris battle. This is the problem that wd festival. Everybody should allow. Chris better would still love his. But i am talking. World might discussions. The main point is after the death of crispin two thousand seven that we pay tribute. Chris deb has been will then often that it was completely shopping. Wwe noah back. 'cause ben will memories bed. While chris benoit matches will title. Raise chris beryl averaging you could just say on nod. This is not a single penny chris. Bedroll wants to inducted to the. Wwe hall of fame. And i'm not knocking out wrestling. Because will never debut on other us in portions. He's been will supposed to debut another lesson publishers but it was under contract. His contract was never expire before his debt. His loss video was uploaded. Was that chris will. He says that his wife is chiller. Not watching all. He's gonna do something. This unpredictable dismissal. Stop by kris van wall and after that sleep while domain ben will threatens. Do her wife thought. I don't know what i see. The pasta clocks that will was matted before wife and his son was debbie been war and after that has been was fourth laser was completely ended. His bono divorced his wife. And i know that. I know that they were doing something in upset. Because the mom and dad will get separated but this is not an issue because that would war debit. Who continue to say that. I think he will fall Report his father ahmad decided alleged off that he decided to leave model. Only but i never show. He came to me to four father because he's and crispin still lost every bit war because he thought was that the main they need it was because every father and everyone should love his job because is the main concern and after that his saglam age walls. Nancy she is a former star. And after does sagging minhaj because bundled got his another son named debuted and offered Journey i see chris battle was shawn. Michaels was h. This is a triple threat match for the world every title could spend were quad before benn will wins chris benoit with the wd royal rumble. Two thousand five. I guess. I guess something like backed. 'cause bene- was completely happy. We he's direct course it's carrier avenue. Liberty has decided to keep his name all the you. Just call it as the rabid wolverine for the rabid wolverine. It was absolutely hilarious. His name as mary his everyday it was completely rocking situations into punk culture style. But i just think in a matter of fact that this is absolutely colonial situation. Everybody will company. Shop and chris benoit In front of me and in florida fans Like that a reveal that the main point he's Them a qualified to face related also and also decided shawn. Michaels was also jarred contest at the new report. Imagined took deck match. This is the main paint loss. And.
"benoit" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk
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"benoit" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk
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"benoit" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"200 whatever he is, um, you know, but he hasn't been hit a lot in the pocket throughout his Career and the teams that have had success against them. That's often been a part of the equation. Now, I do I have anything Brady is going to do really well still in the system because we did see in 2017, New England did a lot of beef dropbacks that year. They didn't They didn't. They kept extra guys in the block, so it wasn't quite an Aryan scheme per se, But the point is lancer. The Brady worked late into the down. From within the pocket that season, and I thought it was one of the best seasons he's ever had. So we've seen Brady do it before the little more of a demand on him this time because of the nature of the offense. But I live by now learned a bet on Tom Brady instead of against Tom Brady. Absolutely. I could do this all night. As I said, I always learned something. When we talk. I always enjoy our conversations. He's Andy Benoit. He's on Twitter at Andy underscore Benoit B. E N o Ity and Andy thank you for the time and opening hook up, maybe once or twice during the football season. Yeah. Thanks, Lance. A procedure. You gotta take care. Andy Benoit, talking. Bengals talking NFL. That is some fantastic breakdown Love when he goes through the game films on Monday. I always say this and he does it on Twitter. It's kind of like, grab the popcorn and get ready. Here comes the knowledge of what has taken place each Sunday Love talking with Andy Benoit up next. How about Joe Burrow? What? Here from Bengals Q B one. You'll get him next. Arnell Carrier sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 wlw. Controlled.
"benoit" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Circle. It's maroon 23 penalty. CenterPoint headmen tees it up, shoots they made by grace with the glove in the whole time. 19 seconds left on the power play still tied at one of the first boy, I tell you what Shattenkirk guys go up the boards. Rob Nelson. He just goes along. The boards comes down wide open. And he just shot it wide. He was going on stick side. Yeah, just missed in there. But kids a good player that barked Nelson Cizikas and point Point wins this one in the offensive zone. I'll stick handle CenterPoint plot 13 penalty plot CenterPoint had Benoit Sudoku Drop shoots blocked by pallet on the rebound. Right corner. Right Circle point I thought headmen shoot! Very late on the power play headmen drills in it. It's too unlike Ning. Well, that is a big power play goal. And do it with four seconds left. And that was also a beautiful little set up. I could draw first it gets blocked. My public and then he goes toe point Point goes back to Victor. With Lauren standing right in front of the net. Headmen drills it to the stick side past. Thomas, Greek dice. Victor Hedman, his sixth playoff goal, already a franchise record for most goals by a lightning defenseman. In a playoff. Your pointed dewdrop assist Just like the Islanders. Lightning score the power playing lead on the power play in their back up by one shift. After gold goes on his own at the Barclay Good Row, welds it out to center ice and touched by green play continues for Zelena Zonin. It'll pass taken away by Gord. I thought for Coleman shoot blocked lock it comes out of his own gonna knocks it down nearly script by Marcel so quick to get in on defenders. Here's part of a good run into the New York and love Circle. Good road marches to the Left corner by Nick Leddy Forces Steel for Everlys, cut up by McDonnell Go right left Circle. Process. Bogosian stepping right, Let's go to Coleman. Right Point. Bogosian, Biryani Gore. The center point. Blake calling point Bogosian shoots blocked in front. I think good drone hit Good row follows up, faggot. Alright. Done a year for the lighting park. Good rope, Rope pivoting on. Anders lied Drop pass. It's going to be handled by McDonogh. Right Point lady. You're getting a change. McDonough Spencer process looking for his colon Left circle. Coleman in the offensive zone. Lapointe Bogosian, Could you hold this in? He's battling with Everly does hold it in any gored in front for Korin. He got Offended by Mayfield, who knocked it off his stake in Mayfield clears it to the neutral zone. Trying to catch the aisles and changes. Tyler Johnson, left wing for corn swatted back in 22 left in the 1st 21 lightning. There's a block Cirelli right circle. You got a green clearing attempt for the great Point Point Circuit. Judge Little move The center point kid knocked away by Pageau. He dumps it down the ice. Is this an icing? Yes, When I was really close, Cerulean Broussard in a ski race. They were neck and neck right there. But the icing is called.
"benoit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Feels close enough to a normal reading. You think be tough. We're playing nice. Well, I'm only a couple of weeks ago. I got the size right? America. He said some talking. You're competing you I don't know if I said on the air, But maybe as I was helped in the kitchen. I called me one night because this guy Cleveland again hearing each other, really, Very Frank. Beaver make France 50. Benoit did block over and start out 20 sen. But when it comes in advance, I'm on the shin, looking out Lieber and and wag all the energy. Emily is yes, I am yourselves on until there's about be the reason for another energy was that the thing that could feed off going far in the game being on the ice began almost Better because I do a lot of alumni. I'm not worried about the political correctness of my play and begun in 1000 people that just want to thank you for showing up today. Well done, so I think was handling. Okay. Question today would make love in down here. Get back on the bench. Although it feels it feels And that is why you guys are okay with your porn off your only recently that the log shoot another You'll hear corn chatter. Well, nobody never film or music question. But I'd certainly try my bad. Okay. I have noticed that I was actually thinking what we normally like, Hey, going into whatever I was, whether they're outside suggestions, and then you can not only decided against submitted better in question, Ron. And like a game. Another format, right by the blue. Have music any more. So you know what? We sure could, by the way. Programs. Roger has a great wireless bug. You were always great. So or he wants to be with the person on your break on order party and a fiery talent to win out with her. We're going mechanical suggested it standing, or do you think there is room If you were 20 years old, You rather play air Lakers making a run to the Stanley Cup. Do you think this.
"benoit" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And gets a little more action going now Joaquin Benoit who had been up earlier gets up again a big strong right at the giants three Tigers three eighth inning the Tigers west wind or the it's all over is the page bubble pops it found the back of the plane extend the catcher give this a go for the high fastball that one ended up down around the knees yeah they would elevate that what that meant to be right at the shoulders in cycle or right now doe tells a sling and he does have a great idea or that ball's going that's when you make a mistake as a pitcher the town of bedroom thirty eight years old I turn thirty nine next month the other strategies throws a ball hit on what the field refers to tag the bag now he's got speed run a rundown he throws the ball to Peralta runs it back toward first now the tech by the channel he got a double play Shapiro tried to elude go tell they could not do it you feel the globe that ball right from the first to tag the bag and then scooter stop hoping to get into a a run down and maybe get lucky but it was not to be three to six to one for the put out in the run down to complete the double play a bit of bad luck but if you think back as to how feeler has been playing off of the base which he holds a runner on he literally takes one step.
5 Dead After Eight-Passenger Small Plane Crash in Louisiana
"A fire official in Louisiana says five people are dead after a small plane crashed in the city of Lafayette Louisiana the fire chief of Robert Benoit tells the a local TV station there the five patella these were found at the scene the aircraft crashed early this morning was an eight passenger
"benoit" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Character the character Benoit block who is in many sensor throughout the movie becomes secondary character I said most of the focus tends to to to to go to the dharmas character and he she almost trying out with him as well and I didn't for some reason I just did not feel that that character was in the great rich tradition of some of the classic detectives that we've seen Daniel Craig's cool having a lot of fun in the role I think he's take lifted a few little quirks and things from his login lucky character that he didn't Soderbergh a few years ago and if you really you know he at by the end obviously he comes into fruition and become the detective and the guy that solves everything and put everything together for you but up to that point I just didn't think that he was the the I I thought he was the weakest link in the movie I was much more interested in the the dog armistice story and and you know getting a little bit more of the cast along the way who I think the cast is so rich and so good that what some of them kind of fall by the wayside Jamie Lee Curtis throughout the film you get a little bit disappointed picked up a bit yeah Michael Shannon Chris Evans they get elevated throughout the film so you you kind of pick your favorites along the way but there's no questioning that this is just the splendid piece of entertainment that's going to I think really reinvigorate the who done it John or in a way that you have to count brown is very lackluster murder on the orient express did a couple years ago I think this is the one of the really going to bring this back in and see a lot of done it in the future hopefully more by Ryan Johnson as well okay all right hang on guys yep hi Steven gonna hang on we'll come back we'll find it was Steve the knives out and I'll tell you what I thought and I was out and we get the box office as well right here on seven twenty WGN.
JPMorgan Kills New App Service for Young People
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Total on such deals this year, and the journal says Spotify continues to expand into podcasting as an effort to keep users more engaged also where the company is seeking to differentiate from other services with exclusive content. China's granting five d licenses for commercial use to its biggest wireless carriers opening the next phase in the race to dominate the next generation of mobile tech. The ministry of industry and information technology said the country's three state owned carriers would receive licenses as would cable network giant China broadcasting network, now with the roll out of five G the global cellular equipment market is expected to grow two percent. Annually reaching one hundred sixty billion dollars by twenty twenty three. Google has made a long awaited acquisition to bolster its cloud computing business, a booming industry where it has lagged behind rivals. It is acquiring looker a business intelligence software, and big data. Analytics platform for two point six billion dollars in cash. The two companies were well acquainted alphabet earlier invested in looker through its venture capital, arm capital, g the journal says the move indicates Google will continue to pour resources into its Google cloud division, as it remains far behind rivals, like Amazon, and Microsoft, and cloud computing. The deal is expected to be completed later this year, pending regulatory approval coming up J, P Morgan kills an experiment to attract younger customers, what it means for new digital banking. Initiatives familia in those ambience. Earlier. Swift the inadequacy. Evo ski must sent this. Interim this guberntorable scheduling door in good. Get message gunman women this Lisa. What is that little sister dossier laptop zeal? J P Morgan began informing clients Thursday that it had shutting down banking brand thin. Fins closure is a quick about face for a product J P Morgan hoped would help lure in some new younger customers. Let's get more joining us in the podcast studio. Wall Street Journal reporter, David Benoit welcome back. Thanks forever. Of course. So I for those of us who didn't try it out. Can't now ask your date. I guess if you could I walk us through what Finn was because it was a bit of a digital hybrid. Right. Sure. So, so Finn would have been an online only Bank, so it would have been you, you download the app, and you go start in account in sort of like their various other options out there, right where you can transfer money in and out in get it only online really odd had some cool tools within about saving and some suggestions on, on how to use your money and budget. And then the, the extra the hybrid part here for for Finn was will you could also actually physically go to an ATM you go to a chase teller for some things and you could withdraw. In deposit money. And that's that was the big thing, you, there's a place where you could. You know if someone paid you in cash, or in check, which I think most people don't get millennials get cash. You could actually deposit it at an ATM and how it go into your county. That's a hard thing to do. Right. I guess it speaks to this shift, that's happening, obviously, especially younger people, they don't really finance the way the structure has been in place. So do we take this about face as big banks, having trouble circumnavigating this new space? I think everyone sort of experimenting a little bit in, in sort of testing things out. If Morgan certainly throws a lot of money around in technology in general, and I think he's willing to sort of drop things not work out the way they thought Jeep Morgan seems to have learned some things from, from their interactions with with Finn customers about and they've at the same time been improving their standard chase mobile app and expanding their branch network. And they just felt like we don't need this other. Brand over here. It doesn't mean they're going to stop trying to get millennials on their app in and you can actually now open up chase account, whether or not you have a branch near you. So there are other other ways they sort of trying to do it mentioned, how they're sort of a big player in this space. And there is such a aggressive spending on this kind of tech, our rivals faring as they try to restructure their whole being as well. Yes. So chases like one of the largest deposit banks in the country, they're second, most branches and deposits. So they're a massive organization. They touch him one into households what they talk about. Which is why they're allowed to sort of try this thing out, and then kind of quickly folded back into perspective. There are lots of other things Goldman Sachs's trotted out this Marcus checking and savings account, which is the difference between it and Finn was, we'll one didn't have that physical location. We talked about, right? But to Marcus and Goldman are paying you an awful lot of interest right now. So your money is making money for you. And that is a huge draw in his doing pretty well. We think with millennials. There are other options from places like acorns, which is, you know, building up trading in, in other ways investing, they're adding checking accounts on top of it. Everyone sort of trying to get at young people in how they use money and deposits in deposits is the key here for all the banks because they take your deposits, turn them into loans, which is where they make profit. I think that's a good note to end on David, thanks so much for the time. Thanks for having me. For more on the digital banking app world, you can head to wsJcom and followed David Benowitz coverage. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.
"benoit" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Brown W. Yes. Ninety seven ninety seven ninety eight to ninety never went to renegotiate or I was hold the out for WWE. And I would they they didn't want to resign with WWE know, why didn't know what I was going to do. Well, and Eric actually said talk to Harvey Schiller like he knew because he would be really hard on me. Like that. Like, I was not begging. But I was like I deserved five hundred going into that. Because I knew what he's paying other guys. And like, I absolutely. And but but it was it was a no go like Bish was really hard. Here's what Bish did for me that I never really appreciate as much until I was in WW. He protected me. And what I mean by that is when I was getting buried, and I mean, I was talking to Chris Benoit's who I loved it. I know you did to you had a super special. You know, you coming out and sticking up for him. Even though the crazy shit went down. It was used man because that was not the Chris Benoit's. I was not the guy. But I I wanted to help Chris with is. Romo's. So disco. Can't really unbelievable understanding of our business this -absolutely. And when I agree like how to promo what to do. He couldn't really do it himself. But he was a good teacher. I was things he said to me. I wanna go. Yeah. Gonna so I wanted to put him we've been wa Mike he'll make you a real help you become a great interviewer. And.