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How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:22 min | Last week

How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson

"Zack say what's up to fire nation brother and share the interesting about yourself that most people don't new. Hey what's up. Everyone super excited to be here. So most people don't know that. I was actually adopted so i was born in south korea and then adopted by my parents in iowa so pretty much grew up in iowa. Lived there my whole life very interesting stuff my man and now you're over in korea as we speak which is cool that again. It sounds like you're in the next room via skype. So just lovely saaf even though it's four. Am your time and four pm my time so we are exactly twelve hours apart and fire nation. I'm gonna share a little more info about zach because we were actually just reminiscing about the old puerto rico a mastermind days back when we used to have a bunch of awesome people come and attend a great event and we had zaka speaker one year and he came and crushed it and then now we hit the casino afterwards and zach continued to crush it on the roulette wheel. I was playing a little blackjack. I looked up to some screaming over by the table. And you just hit your number right on top my man. That was pretty impressive. Yeah the good old days. Good times it was weird. Because i arrived at the airport and at that time. They had the roulette real as the baggage Low yeah so. I basically said all like okay. I'm gonna call my favorite number and it landed on my favorite number which is number five And then i put like all my money i guess. Or whatever on number five kazue's like to to a Closing we all this crazy. Red five further win. And i'll tell you what fire nation when you can call numbers on a roulette wheel at thirty seven to one. Odds are you're making thirty seven hundred dollars every dollar you put on. That's what you call them. Money making machine. But guess what zach knows how to turn your instagram into a money making machine so first and foremost listen. It's a new world that we live in so how realistic is zack. To make income from instagram lot of near exciting features have been rolling out on instagram. so it's it's really cool like before this I was actually just last week. Will actually last month. I've been in mal dev's entire month and some of the hotels that i've been sina costs over thirty forty thousand dollars a night. So not only. Do i get to travel the world for free and sale all these hotels immediately. Celebrities and say l. Tells that like will smith stays that but these hotels pay me to come and promote their hotels. And it's cool. So yeah i'm doing it. But then also a lot of brands and companies reporting a lot of money into influence marketing so influenced marketing is now fifteen billion dollar inch industry and more and more brands reporting a lot of money on instagram. Pain these instagram influencers to promote their products on their instagram vida walls because it drives traffic and it drives customers.

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Texas bracing for winter storm, hundreds of thousands without power in Northwest ice storm

Chad Benson Show

00:25 sec | Last week

Texas bracing for winter storm, hundreds of thousands without power in Northwest ice storm

"Oklahoma and Texas Bracing for a winter storm forecast to bring heavy snow and ice beginning tonight, tomorrow. It's already creating danger on the road, says Texas governor Greg Abbott. There are more than 1000 roadway segments that have snow or ice on them. And the worst part of the weather storm hasn't even hit winter storm is blanket in the Pacific Northwest, with ice and snow, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power.

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White man pleads guilty to hate crime for threatening neighbor

Chad Benson Show

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

White man pleads guilty to hate crime for threatening neighbor

"Hour. And Indianapolis Man pleads guilty to racist threats aimed at his neighbor of black man who was having a tree removed from his yard. Federal prosecutors say Shepherd hone showed his objection by posting a swastika on his fence, putting up a sign bearing racial slurs playing Dixie on high volume and throwing eggs at the neighbor's house. Own faces a possible 10 year prison sentence and fines of up to $250,000 for each

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Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

Chad Benson Show

00:31 sec | Last month

Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.

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Leadership & Team Development Consultant

Hacking Your Leadership

04:17 min | Last month

Leadership & Team Development Consultant

"Hi my name is on the liberal. And thanks for listening to the can be Guest series two of the most to inflict Leaders in my life have been to my managers. One i love kenyans taught me how trustworthy an open relationship can be built within a matter of seconds when it was going through the hiring process for job with her in my last two years of studies. One of the steps was to take Off to the testimony came back to interview room and announced new hope very higher score higher than mine and i got the job. I the show. That doesn't have to be the best at everything. And it's a strength to know your exports and even bigger trend is to hire people to fill the gap and be open about it and such an authentic wayne. The other flinch leader in my life was benson a manager. The consultancy walsum during one of the performance reviews who discussed how happy both might employer in the current client. Where about how worked. And how. I was continuously growing this. My silent scope eric. Truce bomb the Person does lead them just to have at least forty five years till retirement. My manager a person whose role can be seen as a making sure that bring money to my company basically told me slow down girl when you do in the long run in one short sentence. Eric me that true leadership can be about caring for your people wouldn't them well and possibly compromise in short term. Wins for the sake of the person's roping in hitting the company's long-term goals the first mistake might does a leader was taking pride in empty part of my cat trumped. Assuming people have to accept me. Just as i used to be a way to straightforward partly due to my cultural background coming from ukraine parking due to my personality. My dad is to tell me when i was a teenager that i'd have problems in my last because of my stubbornness pm to straightforward. And right. he. He took me some time to learn that for successfully getting people on board as a leader. I need to slow down to get softer and more patient. And most importantly to listen more intently and to listen more at all i might know the answer to all the solution. But if others are involved in bringing it to fruition. My job is not to serve this ocean on a silver platter but to help the team explorer situation and finest live together and more often than not the team. Solution will be better than what i thought off because of the diverse perspectives for all. Drink to the table. I believe that the difference between a good leader and a great leader lies in their self-awareness and in the self leadership skills by working on ourselves and become better at understanding our own self. We become more curious about understanding the others more patient and more empathetic every crate leader. I know continues to work some herself and reflects on our progress keeps learning and developing always sees steeper understanding of herself and the others and is committed to identifying her plight spots and improving in those areas often with help with the others. They know god. They don't know everything and a humble to admit that they're ready to collaborate with others to silva kept together as a leader of people end. Developer of talent beat my team. Members klein's friends or community members. I met her success by the depth of the conversation. I'm having with mike people and kind of questions. They're coming to me with often. Get questions like have you always been like this or did you learn it. I want to be like you can me so much lives pulls down to a mindset attitude and if people get inspired and willing to transform their lives through watching me than have succeeded and i'm always happy to answer their questions and more importantly ask questions to help them explore themselves and get the transformation into the reality.

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House calls on Pence to invoke 25th Amendment

Chad Benson Show

00:57 sec | Last month

House calls on Pence to invoke 25th Amendment

"Vice President Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and get the Cabinet house? The president? The ace are 223 the nature 205. The resolution is adopted, The vote will not sway. Mister Pence's previously said he will not deploy the 25th amendment. The House will vote to impeach the president on Wednesday. The impeachment hoax is a continuation of the greatest and most vicious witch hunt. In the history of our country. That is causing tremendous anger and division and pain. His comments nearly identical to the first impeachment, and he continues to reject assertions his urging followers to March on the Capitol last week enable the rioters people thought that what I said was totally appropriate, insisting he's a peaceful person. We want no violence, never violence. We want absolutely no violence. The outgoing president, Social media channels continue to dwindle. YouTube says it's suspending the president's channel for at least the next seven days, citing the ongoing potential Over violence on the pandemic. The

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Southern California plans for stay-at-home orders after holiday

The KFBK Morning News

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Southern California plans for stay-at-home orders after holiday

"That the state stay at home order is likely to be extended for the San Joaquin Valley in Southern California region can't be Kay's Marshall Benson reports. Those orders are set to expire today. Available ICU capacity for the San Joaquin Valley in Southern California are now at 0% Health authorities have stepped up enforcement at restaurants and shopping malls over the post Christmas weekend in hopes of containing the surge as a Sunday, officials reported. The California has 2.1 million confirmed Kobe 19 cases in over 24,000 deaths. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Also this

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Show 6a Comedy via Radio, Music, & TV  Redux  Aleck, Kaner, & Goldthait - burst 2

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Show 6a Comedy via Radio, Music, & TV Redux Aleck, Kaner, & Goldthait - burst 2

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Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

Mason & Ireland

03:46 min | 2 months ago

Would the Philadelphia 76ers Regret Trading Ben Simmons for James Harden?

"So a wo- jr is reporting. Adrian roggin ascii that. The sixers are now willing to include. Ben simmons intrigued todd for james harden but they are nowhere close to a deal. Lt would you. Trade ben simmons for james harden if power which team six. So if i'm the sixers. Do i want a pair. James harden with joel embiid. You see pictures of james harden yesterday. He looks like he may have put on the greg bergman little extra little extra dance harda and was one of the big criticisms with joel embiid that embeds outta shape the beat is oftentimes out of shape as well. Yes i haven't heard that hurt a lot but oh no him. Being out of shape is a thing. So okay if you're asking me. If i want to trade away my fit superstar bring in an odor. Maybe not always fit superstar to pair with my youngest not so thin superstar. I'm gonna say no. I don't wanna do that. Trae now for ben simmons. You have to buy. His hair's not taken benson yeah. I don't think that's going to sell the the one thing. And we've we've read this tim. Tim macmahon i think wrote this article about james harden that he really alienated his teammates. Because it's described in that article that when you have. The james harden experienced that means he's running the entire show he decides if he's late for film session film session weights if he wants to go to atlanta or if he wants to fly somewhere early to party you go where james goes when you sign up for the james harden experienced. He runs your organization. I read that. I read this piece today. After i heard you guys talking about it and the line that caught me was it was an organized. Aau team that that. If if they were they were playing in la. James one of the team to stick around an extra night because he wanted to do as parting reminded me of watching the michael jordan documentary earlier this year. When phil jackson talks about letting dennis rodman go do what he needs to do. But could you imagine if rodman were the leader you know. Could you imagine if rodman showed up out of shape. See people forget robin party but he never showed about shape. He party but the next day he bought out everything. Great billable z. That's the rub though hardened balls out i mean you can sail even if all this stuff that masons brought up his true and there's no reason to think that tim macmahon made it up so i think it's all true one of the quotes in that piece that scott was talking about. Is we knew if we had more than one day off in a row. The james harden was on a plane. Go into party. But we also knew he would come back and drop fifty point triple double on people the problem with this whole this whole issue. The whole heart issue is there's only fifteen guys in the world they can lead your team to a title and you need to have at least one and maybe two of them and hardens one of those guys so he's not. What are you talking about his first team all nba four times your conflict eighty accolades from the media and stats with being. Do lead your team to a championship. Those aren't bra. Elsa elsie you're right. He's great with the counting stats guy won the won the mvp two years ago. He walked up to the podium. And said you're listening to k spn los angeles but can't you make a distinction between a guy who can can put up stats and a guy who can score versus a guy who can lead a team to a championship. Yup there is a

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Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

All In with Chris Hayes

06:09 min | 2 months ago

Michigan State House, Senate close over 'threats of violence' during Electoral College meeting

"Looked for a time earlier today. Like things could get ugly in michigan. The state closed its house and senate office buildings over what they said were credible threats of violence during today's electoral college meeting and then republican state representative gary isan suggested he and other republicans would disrupt the electoral college vote. He also predicted there. Would be violence prompting this. Can you assure me that this is going to be a safe day in in lansing. Nobody's gonna get hurt no. I don't know what we're doing. Today is chartered. Here's it been done after. Gary isan made those comments michigan. Republican legislative leaders pulled him from his committee assignments. Meanwhile the scene in lansing was thankfully ultimately cau- just a dozen or so pro-trump protesters showing up outside the capitol a chilly day and when he grow group of republican electors tried to enter that building michigan state. Police turn them away. Half of those call was much an often from holding or ignore taking part of your process. Anybody else thank ben check in inside the democratic electors about the people's business where they elected joe biden. Starting barnes. has the tally been completed. Yes lieutenant governor. The elected unanimously cast. Sixteen votes for joseph r biden. I'm joined now by michigan's democratic secretary of state johnson benson earlier. This month had her home surrounded by angry trump supporters. Some of them harmed who falsely accused her of allowing the election to be stolen. But start secretary of state with your your top line on. Today i was. I was a bit worried when i saw the news about closing the house and the senate but it seemed like things went smoothly. How do you feel went today. I think it was a great day for democracy. Chris was really a reflection of all the work that went into this election to ensure that we were able to have a high turnout election In the midst of the pandemic all the work that's happened. Since the polls closed on november third to ensure the votes were counted accurately it securely and really this was the the end result of a long and winding road that every step of the way we work to make sure that the voters well was heard and democracy was protected. We have seen now. Obviously there were arrests of a number of individuals who have been charged with allegedly plotting the kidnapping or execution of the democratic governor. Gretchen whitmer You had people outside of your house Some of them armed a protesting. There were concerned today in arizona. As i understand it where the leading of the electors was moved to an undisclosed location. What does it do to democratic governance and democracy when this sort of threat of violence hangs over the activities of folks. What you know. I started my career in the south investigating and hate crimes all around the country and was really instilled there with the strong sense in an acute awareness of just how much oftentimes does have to be preserved in the potential for violence that that could engender to ensure that democracy does prevail. And so that's never been lost on me and many of us including my friends secretary hobson in arizona. And it's something that we're actually acutely aware rows and willing to with to endure in order to ensure that our democracy is protected. A lot of people have said to me this year. Did you really sign up for this and my response is absolutely. I absolutely signed up to put everything on the line to protect the will of the people to protect our democracy. None of us of course predicted all of the turns of events that have occurred since the polls closed But that said we're ready and will continue to be ready. We'll continue to stay safe to ensure that our democracy and turn is also safe. Something i've seen a in many states across the nation in reaction is a real circular logic from republicans in which after touting or tolerating or even endorsing these blue to chris conspiracy theories now pointing and saying well people. Are you know. There's a lot of concern and using that as a predicate for restrictions on voting. Well we're gonna have to shutdown mail in voting. Well we're gonna have to take another look at this. Well we're gonna have to do voter. Id and signature matching all these things. How much you seen that michigan. Do you think there's going to be a battle now about ballot access. The uses these conspiracies as a kind of weaponized tool. Yeah sure it again. That's also what we've seen. Throughout the history of our democracy people create a fire and then create an idea of what needs to put that fire out and often times. Election administrators are stuck in the middle and that voters are are stuck in the middle. When i believe needs to happen is we need to one come together and actually listen to each other and try to heal this. Divide right now but to do so. On the basis of facts and data and truth we all have to be working from the same set of facts here. Facts and truth have actually been unequivocal undeniable throughout this entire process. We had a high turnout election michigan. Five point five million people voted in the midst of the pandemic. It was secure. The results were accurate. So we can start from there. We can find ways to improve the process moving forward making data driven decisions but we also have to do is acknowledge the impact of the conspiracy theories in false information that has been spread by many actors throughout this process and correct that before trying to solve for any potential issues. Moving forward right michigan secretary of state jocelyn benson. Thank you so much for being with me.

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"Stop the steal" protesters threaten Michigan official at home

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

"Stop the steal" protesters threaten Michigan official at home

"That he won the election. CBS is Paula Reid says. That's created a dangerous situation. People who officially count the votes judges in Michigan and Georgia today, Wolf rejected Trump campaign back lawsuits trying to overturn the results. Stopped us. Still armed Trump supporters pro tested outside the home of Michigan's Democratic secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson. Several Georgia election officials have also found themselves under threat continuing to make the book claims of a stolen election is hurting our stake, in part because of President Trump's repeated attacks on them with about a million new covert

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"Stop the steal" protesters threaten Michigan official at home

Michael Wallace

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

"Stop the steal" protesters threaten Michigan official at home

"And Georgia today, Wolf Objected. Trump campaign back lawsuits trying to overturn the results stopped US. Still armed Trump supporters pro tested outside the home of Michigan's Democratic secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson. Several

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Loeffler and Warnock face off in Georgia Senate debate

Chad Benson Show

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Loeffler and Warnock face off in Georgia Senate debate

"Senate runoff debate between Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Senator Kelly Leffler. She called Warnaco far left liberal. I cannot stand by and let Georgians know not know who my opponent is how radical his views are and how he would fundamentally change our country. He's out of step with George's values or not, says Lefler is trying to buy the election, spending millions of dollars of her own money. Trying to push a narrative about me. Because she's clearly decided that she does not have a case to be made for why she should stay in that seat that you had to a runoff January 5th and in the other Georgia Senate race, Democrat Jon Ossoff's appeared at his debate alone after Republican Senator David Perdue declined to join in Southern California and parts of the Central

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Michigan secretary of state says armed protesters gathered outside her home

Car Pro

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Michigan secretary of state says armed protesters gathered outside her home

"Statement just out from Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Bensonhurst is the office that runs elections. Benson says dozens of armed protesters yelled obscenities outside her home last night, just as her four year old son was about to watch how the Grinch stole Christmas.

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Third monolith found in California, matches ones from Utah and Romania

The KFBK Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Third monolith found in California, matches ones from Utah and Romania

"Monolith has been discovered on a mountaintop in Atascadero in the San Luis Obispo County area. Okay, if the case Marshall Benson, with more the tall chrome and cubic structure has now become a spectacle for its random appearance and mystery surrounding the objects. It appears to have been made of stainless steel. And it is not. The first metal monolith to be discovered marvelous have been discovered in Utah as well, with rumored copycats, starting to erect them as far away as Romania. The space like monoliths disappeared as mysteriously as they arrived with no witnesses, adding to the mystery of the objects. Marshall

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"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"You don't wanna game show that's telling you to do a talk your answer out for four minutes before you just give it and move on all right to the history of dice for christ sake. We got plus poker's not a game. It's a lifestyle may or may not be true. That's what your dad says cocky smile at the end of that. You got that right. I spoke you all heard. You complimented his last jokes. So you've got a big head. I only because he's other one was not even a job of just words near each other Matt what's your guess sir. Yati was the first thing. I thought of but didn't didn't feel right so i said mahjong. Now that's that's interesting because mahjong. I think is kind of like poker in that way. I think people do actually bet on mahjong right but it's But it's still allowed to be played again. We don't know where this was banned and we're talking about but But it people are allowed to play mahjong their country or something Now i'm just taking the question of we all got the same question so it's not like we. Nobody has more information anybody right doug give me your guests place. Well that's the thing is i. Couldn't you know i. I was playing all these games and stuff in the seventies and i don't remember being like yeah we can play again so i really do a blank but you know in game show fashion. You gotta write down something. So i wrote down the board game operation. That'd be people gambling on medical in that game. I want you to win. I actually want you to win. I want that to be the answer so that we could have the explanation i went with. Here's a i. Also my first thought was monopoly not monopoly. My first thought was yahtzee. Just like you guys. And but i landed on monopoly and i can't good any reason other than money's involved and so maybe some dummy thought it was Should be banned. It's an old enough game slightly. Wouldn't we feel like we would be aware of it if it was thirty years. A thirty year band is about really threw me off. Because i really feel like every game that i'm aware of existed during the sixties into the seventies. Here's your answer. would you readies against yahtzee. because i don't know that the where Here's your answer. No explanation just one word with an exclamation point. Pinball pinball was banned usually dug. Usually oliver gives us a little explanation on does a little history on this but again i think because he was so rattled by me taking a boy from his prayers mornings now time for research and yep pinball so there you go so what did everybody bet garin twenty five twenty. Five elliott twenty-five at twenty five twenty. And i bet if you can see it one. Oh you go one. I win the money. I win the five dollars. From the jeremy herbal trivia. -tan nice job make a note of that guarantee that. When we're back in the studio. I can take that five and then Go get myself a drink in a kito Let's take a break when we come back. Hopefully doug weaver kind of opened that we play a fun Doug benson type. Movie game With doug while he's here. I've lost so let's take a little break. We'll come back. We'll they do that. Goes out the show. And we'll do all that when we come back right after. This guy's mannerism dates. Doug benson is on twitter at doug benson. He's on instagram at. You don't know. Doug and his podcasts Doug loves movies and wide world of doug's both part of the misfit toys comedy co op On douglas movies he plays lots of movie based trivia games. Lots of great guests. Jimmy and i were both on the past few months so if you want to go back and listen to our episodes there it's always fun. It's a fun time. And sometimes there's movie stars. Actors directors writers a lot of cool people pop up on douglas movies. And i encourage you check it out. Wide world of doug's is doug benson and doug malarde just talking about being named doug and That's one too so you should check them both out wherever you get your podcasts and enjoy those I want to talk about our platinum perks If you're not a platinum subscriber to never not funny now might be the time to do it because at the end of the year Basically starting january first the perks will change over. So if you wanted to get the year one perks like the platinum t shirt the platinum pin and the platinum sticker Your last chance to do that will be at the end of december so if you sign up for tier two or tier three of the platinum subscription service. Then you will get those perks Once you qualify If you do it in the new year there will be new perks that we will explain later so the so you could get the new per you can get both actually if you sign up in december or january first so please do that. Check them out at never. Calm you also. Of course you get video of every episode and you get two extra episodes every week because we are doing the letter episodes of the platinum show but we also doing the isolation files which is where jimmy elliott guarantee myself. Play games with One of you listeners have been coming up with some really fun games for us to play and that's been a lot of fun. We started doing that. Just because we're all in quarantine and we're just gonna keep doing it for as long as it's fun i don't know when the quarantine or when this when this pandemic lend but But i've been having a lot of fun playing games. And i think the other guys have to so check that out. If you are a platinum subscriber at never not funny dot com enjoy. I would say and maybe you could agree. Maybe you'll disagree with me. I don't know that people are wearing their earbuds more than ever. I think so. I mean you can't talk to another goddamn human being person so you just put those earbuds at and listen to a podcast or you're going on a walk. Yeah because there's not much you can do during this time and You wanna listen to podcasts music to entertain yourself and your walk. God forbid we'd be alone with their own thoughts it is never too early to start gift shopping for the holidays especially because today you can save big on a gift that they will use..

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"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"I guess you got me. Got some weird weird roles in that he's always the villain in every part of cloud atlas. And i think what i think one of them's supposed to be asian or something like all the actors and play other races and sexes. And it's it's i mean. I mean the skis. If anybody can make a movie where the actors aren't playing what there's assigned gender role is then. I guess they can do it but it was a weird movie. Now that's that's an example of doug love and movies and trivia that you're giving it. I'm one of many podcasts. All right here's the question guys. Here is the question. Gametime is the topic here. Is your question from one thousand nine hundred forty two nineteen nine hundred seventy. What game was banned for being considered a form of gambling from nineteen forty. Two one thousand nine hundred seventy game was banned for being considered a form of gambling. Wow if i'm right or wrong. But i've written down an answer. I wish i knew what like this is. A board is a board game is like. That's nice nice vague topic. Yeah keeping us on our toes by the way. I don't know what was edited. Maybe him Horribly spelling considered to then equally bad version of considered to me. You forgot to inform. Doug that Your son has horrible handwriting. It was horrible handwriting. Like four being like the words the two words for being on this paper. You would think there one word. There's no space between the our take. That's the education system just giving up on it because everybody's typing things mostly. I would say. I think so doug but i also think even all that said it's horrible. It's absolutely like the d. and considered it. Looks like an l that depends state a little too long at the bottom like instead of it looked like a loopy de the small case d. It looks like a line and then almost like a musical note We don't know where it was banned. This is there's so much we don't know about this question from nine. Hundred forty nine hundred seventy. What game was banned for being considered a form of gambling. Now i will tell you this that at nine fifteen this morning for ten o'clock showed start. I said oh oliver. I need a trivia. Question on sunday night was rushed. It's the lord's day. It's the lord's day. It is usually worked church right now right now. The priest where the canucks in fact. I think i think this this game is going to be banned from twenty twenty two twenty seventy. Watch that the oliver question because we dared to play it on sunday. Well let's find out if we get struck by lightning. Let me go around the horn. Doug benson's here but thrilled that he's joining. It's been a long time since doug has been no doug before i do go around the who ask you this. You're a guy that works the road a little bit more than i do. I go. I used to go out Couple times once or twice a month you might even go out a little bit more than that In the pandemic. We can't do that. Were you Were you on the road. When everything got locked down where were you at. I was Everything really got locked down like right when south southwest was supposed to happen and I just at that. You know a couple of days before that happened. The thing started. I went austin texas. I just went anyway. 'cause i thought you know even if they can't because they had cancelled south by southwest a lot of people thought. Wow that's a little drastic to cancel to cancel it. But you know turns out there right but i was just like well i'll go anyway and put on some shows around town. Just cheer people up because there's no south by south west but then by the time you know once i was there almost immediately everything. Nara started shutting down. And i had a free hotel room because the south by southwest for ten nights so once the ten nights were over i was still there and also feeling like la was going to be just no. You know even worse so didn't come home for like a month really you. So you in austin for like a month. Hey three weeks maybe just stayed in hotels. Downtown austin switched hotels a couple of times and they were all very very empty and all of downtown was pretty deserted. But you could still get you know you can still get to go food from everywhere and You know was a nice hotel room with a balcony and everything at one point so basically and then you know flew home on a flight with nobody else on it. When i finally did fly home and But even then people weren't wearing masks on the plane. I remember even in in late. April really amassing wasn't happening at To that degree which is you know. It's all very strange. Bat just didn't become a thing immediately. Once this thing set in now. I think we could blame one guy for it. Not clicking in and Yeah again all he had to do is stand up. And say hey. I knew a lot of things. Because god forbid his ego. Not he's got to know everything. He's smarter than everybody in the room. Hey and i know a lot of things. But i promise you i would surround myself with the smartest people. Let's listen to what the scientists have to say. They say wear masks. Let's do it and will not this thing out in three weeks. That's all you can say. And it looked like a hero and could have sold trump trump masks anything. I don't know anything about it. My kids are kids are handling elliott. And we're right now. We'd all be doing their show at the studio like that's the the truth. I don't know that by that. We have to move. We have to move this thing to australia. Well that's perfect my jink rakowski over to get a hotel room. There's checkup with her creek. Hausky right the great game show. Has jim all right. Listen let's go around the horn and check in with the elliott. Hooper the gummy bear. He's right there in palms california Elliott what's going on. What about what about darren scumbag today. Here's why here's what happened on my zoom. The two of them are in the in opposite spots now. Changed it so All right elliot standby i've just moved Garin over to the spot that. I go rhino horn. I so wish you hadn't done that. But i'll deal with it in post. Oh shit really. Yeah that's okay mama to put it back you just leave it. It's worse worse. I'm just excited that you can move around. I think that's super fun. Yeah well listen. We live and learn. Libya are guaranteed. Apparently need to check in with you now. we'll get to garin cockerel he's at the pop culture to the number twenty weather sponsored by pop culture dot com and van nuys..

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"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

08:32 min | 3 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Yeah like netflix has like you know some classic episodes you know or or hulu does too i think can't You can't access the recent ones. Because i i missed the fourth night andy was on and i wanted to to see or the fifth i think so. He won that many times He was on your times and he was like really good at when he'd get a daily double he'd go all in so keep wondering like twenty grand each night that he was How about eighty grand over four nights and then this guy charlie. Somebody went on and Feed him randomly. That guy is friends with a lot of the same people. They andy is friends with how i saw. Somebody said i can't believe. I have two friends on jeopardy tonight as we were talking about earlier i i wish you could come back on the show. He's just the way he stormed off. Doug charlie i mean what's the name of jonas podcast matt. It's Please watch my movie with. Think her Can i watch your watch your movie with you thank you yeah and twenty s like somebody in a movie and then they watch together and talk about it and it sounds really fun they do a little t three face with it. Yeah it's it's cool you can you can sync it up with the movie So like he'll be one of the episodes coming up as he. Him and alex winter are watching bill and ted go to hell or whatever. They ended up calling it. That wasn't the title right. That was enough. You can sync up to any episode of succession works. It works turn their sound down us. We do so we do say the f. word about as much as they do that would fuck you. Go fuck yourself. We just saw the kid is something else. What was he just end. The s the sun. Yeah he was trial of this seven trying to shut him. Thank you seven. Yeah which i loved. I thought that was fantastic. So entertaining yeah. I mean serious subject to but also just just crackling good courtroom movie. I mark rylance as consular. Yes like he's such a good actor. I don't know why the judges and just like do everything. He's they don't think that's maybe that is how it works. If you're the more charismatic you saw the oj trial if you're charismatic. That's what wins the case through the johnny cochran. Did it right bright. You do those those the nipsy russell pay bribes. You're gonna win. i gotta watch that. I haven't watched it yet. Oh it's really good really good. I mean it might feel before you watch it like are going to sit down and do some homework but boy it's really you know. I don't know funds the right word for it but it's a. It's a good time. I mean sasha baron cohen's abbey hoffman's pretty much always cracking jokes. It's really amazing. The cast great. I mean it's like such a great group of actors all up for best supporting actor. They didn't didn't put any of them. In which would be cheating because there is. There is no clear lead role in the move. Yeah i agree with that young. Oliver loved it. He thought it was fantast when it was like that was great. And it's long. Yeah it's like over two hours long and it's really flies by does and it's also one of those words but it's over you kind don't want it to be over. You're enjoying it so much. It's it's well worth watching. I just finished This isn't a movie. But i i think it is a movie. It's just seven hours long I just finished the queen's gambit so good yeah so so good he seemed to me. I have i actually think about three episodes. The three middle episodes too long. I That was playing. Chess advocated but the first four episodes. I think are fantastic and the last two. I think are fantastic. It's kind of like a few in the middle there so there's just one episode. You waste time. Maybe one maybe two. But otherwise i loved it i i did very much enjoy it. Yeah i don't want to spoil things for people who haven't seen it. The people should watch it. But yeah i i. I do think It's one of those things that starts out like kind of Dark and like oh man. This is going to be rough to watch. Because it's it's kind of upsetting subject matter but then it kind of ends up being an uplifting positive Almost hollywoodish movie. It's about not letting your trauma define you. Yeah that's that's well put time. I think it does a thing that for me. When i'm watching a story and people who are at odds either begrudgingly or or have a realization of what i was wrong to do that. I'm going to. I'm going to tell you how great you are. Even though we were against each other before like that happens a bunch of times in that no and i it just makes me well up every single time i people people getting along despite them being against each other in showing respect and those sorts of things especially these days man that was. That was the best part for me. Yeah i agree. It's fun to watch men being wrong about a woman and then admitting it and being gracious about it yeah and then becoming allies. I think that really is the core of it. Which is it would which does make you feel good in a time. When that's not that common in in the real world you don't see a lot of that happening. Tell people that they'll have. Maybe have a hard time getting through the first episode because you know A bit of a tease that the grown actress in really yet you bryant bryant by the whole thing really comes together also nicely. It's it's worth you know just watching every moment of it and the young accuracy. Fantastic the The young version of that character is. She's great great great performances. Great yeah great. Bill campus in it. He's great and everything is in. Who's at the janitor guy it does have the This is a tiny tiny spoiler thing. Not a big deal but it has so if you cared then just skip ahead ten or or don't say it already and i'm worried watch it again. I just want to talk about this. Generally is it's got the now very common trope of the guy who's too handsome to be straight like introduce a character like is this no. He's gay because he's very very handsome. Well you know what immediately to wear nine scarves. I kind of wondered. Well this this would be maybe spoiler discussed this. But i do want to discuss this at some point because i kind of wondered th the details of that aren't off the air. We'll talk about off here all right. Let's let's get doug benson's here again. Take time away from as many Getting doug with high the a doug loves movies The battle the doug's got a lot of going out the world of dogs now. But he's with us today. But now it's time for oliver's trivia question matt bell nepalese airy go steam songs come in by the way just hit the side of my just bit my cheek and doing everything in my power to not yell and cry and a fifteenth time. How angry did it make you. Did it as matt was saying. This might be a spoiler. Oh and tried to have a conversation and went well. Maybe you don't see it. Then that's how it came up in my head. Because i was mad at my face hurts so fucking bad because you gave it to your point. It's like you control your mouth. You asshole for forty years right the cabinet. There's not a problem. Don't don't sell your brain. You're hungry and you like eat. Some of my. I don't starve to death. yeah seems awfully. Here's the theme song alvis quiz quiz. He is man. Ramu eddie and ready all right your topic this week and again right down your bets to twenty five game time game time now..

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"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

07:31 min | 3 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Your skylight framed skylight frame a better way to send a picture heavily. Welcome back to the program. So twenty seven fourteen. I want to say. Hopefully i'm i remember that correctly Doug benson's he's taking time away from what is forty nine podcasts Some of which are available on misfit toys. The comedy co up along with and we just had a generator that mix of people we forgot. We should definitely mention that. Jones has got a hot new podcast out. And maybe we'll talk about it some day. If we allow him back on the show the last time he was here. I think he stormed off and we're not speaking him but maybe we can reconcile that friendship back better. If you're new to our show. That never happened owner. Ray todd glass. Mike schmidt jen kirkman doug benson and us You can't get wider than that. That's our slogan. So misfit toys come over to the co op and enjoy comedy. Doug's got the doug loves movies. he's also got the called the war on drugs and some other other doug fund related workers. What's the moment doug mallard. I can't remember the doug malarde. What's name of the program doug mallard it's it's called wide world of doug's why will the dogs did you think about the war on drugs at all that It seems will that one came out that would be a good title for it for a while. It was going to be where of doug's i'd like. Beware of knowledge. These are all options where we want to. We thought wide world of doug put more positive spin on even though the podcast has turned out to be about how the name doug isn't really isn't that great you don't like having the name doug or you found others that came with it because i've i've managed to make it work but we feel like in holds holds people back because there's not a lot of great famous doug's i could think of maybe doug collins the the basketball coach and i don't know anything about basketball so the fact that i know that guy's name there's a winning doug i am. Shocked am so shocked that you know doug collins that blew mind. Did he coach the bulls at some point. He did all right. So that's why i know that and then Doug phone was a football player right. And then i might be out well then. We don't need to have you on the show because we're looking for people that really know their dogs. I don't know i'm down on my dogs. jimmy. I thought i thought the first one. You're gonna pose the the seventies magician. Oh of course doug henning canning and then what about. Our buddy is doug kershaw. What's the doug Dicamba country musician. Doug i don't know there's dog right can go with kershaw. Let's just agree that the name doug sucks and move past it the easiest susan here right. It's just Whenever a character shows up in a movie whenever they go doug is coming over. But that's going to be a silly person. There is a first gentleman. Doug now first gentleman. That's right well and thank you for throwing the elect doug because this lowly people aren't sure yet i'm not convinced i'd like to see third. Maybe even fourth recount of that georgia. Yeah just keep recounting. Keep them busy in georgia. So they can't come with other bands laws let's let's put michael rapaport recount. What kind of three times. Pack your shit. Rather get your tape boxes. I gotta watch that again today. Boy just brings me joy happens. What happens if georgia it. Let's say the electrical electrical electoral votes. Let's say they go to trump for georgia. That is still put some way off of the win right. He's gotta get through. I think he needs three four states to flip in order for it to happen and it's not going to happen like if he got pennsylvania and georgia twani in georgia's sixteen. Those two would flip flop. It right yeah. He's two thirty or something so to thirty two. Yeah so that would be. If that's thirty six. I don't think that's not enough now. I he needs at least one other one. Yeah 'cause 'cause 'cause biden had arizona. Nevada wisconsin michigan magon pennsylvania. Was enough right. Yeah he didn't need actually he didn't actually need pennsylvania when pennsylvania's not gonna flip. That's the one that's not going to michigan's the one that is your home there garin. That looks like they might play games. Yeah but it's not gonna make a difference because arizona's not gonna move nevada's not gonna move right. It's going to you know he's gonna move. Donald thank you darren. What was doug kershaw's big hit That's a good question while you look that up elliott and matt. Can you think of a famous. Doug immediately within other than our guests doug benson. Well i thought of doug jones but then it made me wonder because he's always obscuring his face. So is that a is that a symptom of doug. Yes you like to have that name. Doug is that what. You're wondering on that podcast. You like to hide your name's doug stay in the shadows and You know just trying to make do just to get by. Yeah sure in the hangover movies two characters named doug and one of them they call black. Doug is a whole time is he african american. Yeah okay just wanna make sure. Maybe he's got. He's got the plague. These played by mike apps. And so he's he's a gentleman of color. But yeah it's a it's a it's you know and then of course there's the The movie strange brew with the mckenzie brothers shot doug right one of them was a doug. It's not the classiest of names. I guess know that's why some people insist on being called douglas. 'cause make them seem less silly. It's more distinguished. But nobody ever calls me that. Douglas benson douglas fairbanks junior. That's the guy you call by the full name you don't call doug fairbanks and douglas mccarthur. Sure i don't know how many people are calling him dougie. What about douglas hauser. He's a young doctor. Way was his real name douglas. I don't know i'm guessing that the ideas doogie douglas. I have few friends that try. Try that out with that. Dog is enough of the nickname. The you don't need sillier version Had on a hat. Like sometimes. When somebody's dave is whenever he calls them doug like. I'm say douglas does not. We were watching a doug. You mentioned the hangover oliver because he needed to confirm that. The commercials were accurate There's this new Let me see. Your voice is the name of the show that can jong hosting watched even a second of that. I think i've lost a little bit of it and And was kind of shocked by the simplicity and weirdness of the premise. It is also on watchable. the it is It's fucking horrible and it's insulting it's like and it's a third show. The ken jong is on..

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Michigan Lawmakers Tell Trump They See No Reason State’s Election Results Would Change

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Michigan Lawmakers Tell Trump They See No Reason State’s Election Results Would Change

"Trump invited two of Michigan's top Republican lawmakers to the White House on Friday, hoping to convince them to overturn their state's election results. When the meeting ended, both men said there was nothing presented by the president. That would change the result that President elect Joe Biden won. Michigan Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says that's how she thought it would turn out. They I know both these gentlemen as well as many of the other lawmakers who were there today and They believe in the rule of law on and they I assume have said publicly throughout this process. They will follow it and respect the will of voters will of the voters. We've seen nothing That should cause us to doubt that now The president wants to summon top GOP lawmakers from Pennsylvania to the White House and hopes they'll overturn the election results. Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, John Fetterman says that's not gonna happen unless there's some enchanted little village. Of 90,000 Trump voters that we may have missed over the last two weeks since the election. You know, this is ballgame in Pennsylvania and again, it's ball game and we have a president elected Joe Biden.

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Shooting at Wisconsin mall leaves 8 injured

Guy Benson

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Shooting at Wisconsin mall leaves 8 injured

"Wisconsin of issued a shelter in place order to residents because of a possibly armed man. They surrounded the medical building and closed off a nearby highway could be the man wanted for a shooting Friday at at a a mall mall in in Wauwatosa, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Wisconsin, that that left left eight eight people people injured. injured. One One thing thing that that chief chief very very Weber Weber pointed pointed to to them. them. The The good good news news is is that that there there are are no no fatalities. fatalities. Seven Seven injured injured adults adults and and one one injured injured teenager teenager were were transported transported to to the the hospital hospital by by while while we we toast toast the the fire fire department. department. Extent Extent of of their their injuries injuries is is unknown unknown at at this this time time that that she she described described the the shooter shooter as as a a white white male male in in his his twenties and thirties plucks is Mike Tobin reports. Police now believe the shooting was not a random act but resulted from a fight of some kind Friday saw

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Michigan Secretary Of State On Challenges Certifying Election Results In Her State

All Things Considered

04:19 min | 3 months ago

Michigan Secretary Of State On Challenges Certifying Election Results In Her State

"A little known board of county officials in Michigan made bigger headlines than Congress this week. That's because for a moment, the two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers seemed to hold the fate. Of Michigan's presidential election results in their hands. And now, as Republican lawmakers from Michigan visit the White House and President Trump's attempts to overthrow the legitimate results of the election dragon, the Trump campaign's focus appears trained on Michigan, which is why we wanted to invite Michigan's Democratic secretary of state on to the program. Jocelyn Benson is in charge of the election in Michigan. Welcome. Good evening. Thanks for having me you have had quite a week. Let's let's start with this business in Wayne County, which is home to Detroit, of course to officials saying they would not certify. Then they said they would not. They want to take it back. Where does this stand? Well, First, it's clear that the voters of Wayne County in Michigan have spoken. They've made a choice. There's no legal or factual basis to question that choice. And the Wayne County Board of Canvassers did in an open meeting as an official process, making official vote to can approve the and certify the results of the election in Wayne County justice every county in the state has done on campus is required by law to certify results. That's what they've done, and now we expect the border state canisters to do the same. Okay, so that that vote that stands, Yes, votes. And when you're an official state board what's after you've taken and you know in a meeting that complies with the Open meetings act, and that's what occurred here. Well, let me move you two today and this meeting at the White House. The White House is characterizing these visiting Michigan lawmakers that this is a routine meeting. That's what White House spokesperson Kayleigh Mcenany saying. Is it routine for the president of the United States to call Michigan state officials and invite them to a private meeting at the White House? No, I don't know if it's ever happened before. Certainly not at a time like this, where there's so much focus on Michigan as you mentioned, But it's important to note that both the speaker and the Senate majority leader have stated they would not obstruct the will of the voters, which they've confirmed has been quite clear, and we have no reason to doubt that yet and I'm going to continue to expect they'll Follow the law as it's very clearly laid out in our state Constitution and state statutes. What should occur at this point? And do you have any Intel on the agenda for the meeting? How it's going on? Not at all? No, I really stay out of that process on the state's chief election officer. My job is to just make sure that the The will of the voters is what rules the day. Well, may I ask that the broad path that President Trump and his lawyers appear to be charting involves convincing Michigan State Board of Canvassers not to certify the Biden victory in Michigan. And then convincing state lawmakers to appoint electors who would overturn the will of Michigan voters. Is that a correct summary and if so, would that be legal? But know that it is potentially a path that I imagine people may imagine in their heads stick but there, But there's not something there's nothing in the law that or nothing, actually, that's occurred yet that would indicate that anyone is going down that path, and that's what I think it's important to focus on. Indeed, every one of Michigan's 83 counties have certified the election, Republican and Democratic clerks have confirmed That there's no evidence of widespread irregularities, and the board has previously started fight elections when there were more clerical mistakes and narrower margins of victory. Then there is this time around, and so it really being agreed this departure from their legal responsibility and requirements for them to do anything other than certified the election on Monday, and May I ask you Have you personally seen any evidence is the person in charge of the election message? Men? Michigan have you seen any evidence of widespread fraud of wrongdoing of rigging the vote? No, not at all. And not only that This has been one of the more scrutinized elections in modern history for our state. So if there was anything to discover or find, we certainly would have found it at this point, So there is no reason that you can point to that Biden winning Michigan by more than 150,000 votes that that would not stand. No, not at all and his. I started out by saying that it's actually it's very clear that the voters have spoken. It's very clear that there is no legal or factual basis to question that choice.

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"benson" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Got So much fun I had a great time doing it as. I like doing it. I like head to head though because the team was bringing me down. We got to the bottom of that. Yes. And, when they hear this show, you're gonNA really prove him right. I hear some social media handles production. You don't know Doug on instagram. For the straps Doug loves movies on twitter as well as Doug Benson on twitter. Okay. The podcast getting Doug with high that we mentioned you want to be You want to check those out You know you're probably not all caught up. There's so much stuff going on Doug loves movies. is still going on of course, wild world of dogs you want to subscribe to that and dining with Deion K. Karen Anderson and Doug Benson and They talk about the different food creations. Are you a good chef? No not at all. Okay. Yeah. That was why I thought it'd be fun to be on a food podcast because I just sit there and eat and talk about it from your perspective somebody who doesn't know anything about it Yeah Avenue, podcast on being a doctor. Yeah. You're just go in there just Record surgeries and. Talk you through it I'm like interesting choice. Okay. By the way. Speaking of food did you hear the guy from whole foods? The founder of whole foods is getting a little hassle. Now, because he says, when it comes to obesity, it's bad decisions by customers rather than lack of access to healthy food you said quote, it's less about access and more more about people making poor choices mostly due to ignorance this fucking place cells chopped bananas in a bag that's frozen for your convenience. You think that's five cents or you think it's a little bit more 'cause machine had to appeal and Fucking Shop Bananas Stamped Award Organic on it. Okay. Not Exaggerating when I say this they sold. An orange that they peeled and putting the plastic container for six dollars. Okay the fattest I've ever was I was one of the poorest I ever was because I couldn't go to whole foods I had to go to Burger King. I had to go to half foods, right? Bad ones. Doug. That's all I can tell you I i. don't that was. That was. That was a silly thing that guy said I. You know I I tried to get whole foods subtract for years to get them to do a I came up with slogan for them that they will return my calls or anything what sense whole foods for your food whole. Okay. Well, maybe now they got to try different things. Classy, right. I think you're going to say for years you've been trying to get them to accept your credit. I, mean my God. Great shop there every week, but they won't take my money. I definitely heard a drum roll before that Materials planned. I was sat here the whole time hoping whole foods would come up. and. So grateful that it did and also I wanted to mention I'd says on my hat rush ticks because yeah those are the people doing my I'm doing. Stand, standup comedy a live standup up show from my home on October third right yes. At four twenty, pacific tiny. You just have to go to rush ticks DOT COM for tickets are USA. Dot Com. You'll. You'll see it there and Pete member that you would have been funny if when he was telling his whole foods jokes like I was trying to get them to take my slowing we go. Well Good luck with that. All. Right. Anyway. Touchy guys later. That's how radio usually word like they're like we can we set you up for jokes. Yeah. Asked me about whole foods and then I'm like Oh I came up with slogan foods. That's interesting. With, the weather.

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"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

11:45 min | 9 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"The feeling that it's okay to be who they are meant if you fall in love with somebody you're just lucky even if they happen to be the same gender or totally different gender or whatever it is you're just lucky you know and there's nothing wrong with with same sex relationships that it is totally normal and natural and there are a lot of people out there who don't have that they live in societies where it's frowned on religion dictates that it's you know evil or when when. Joss created that relationship. You really changed the length of a little bit. Yeah I really do believe and I've I've talked to a few other people on in during the course of interviews That I really believe this is like the last civil rights like area. You know it's like you know it's like this is once we cleared this hurdle we would have come. We will come a long way. You know if we can do that that'd be that'd be awesome because it's just there's no reason why not frankly. I can't think I race. I agree with you it. It seems rather ridiculous that was she thousand fourteen and things haven't changed yet but they are changing. Just they slow slow process. I I was listening to NPR in the car today. And they're talking about you. Know the the the percentage of lgbtq characters on Network TV is right is risen. But it's still like four or five percent low. There's very little. We're still not at a point where minorities essentially anyone is. Well where the country is well represented and I just heard a statistic. I actually put it on an article. I read blocked it on. My blog was from what twenty twelve to twenty two year? They're only twenty two percent of the Of the characters were women in these films. Twenty two guests. That's horrible. Where more than half the population of this country? Yeah that's that's criminal. I mean that really is it's wrong. It's totally wrong. Another thing that Buffy buffy proved at a woman could carry issue and totally. I mean she. She was tough but he was a real character. People across the board turn tuned into watch. The show wasn't just women Menchu Young and old I remember. Who's doing I was was doing. Charity Event and They had a signing some stuff in. Were SITTING THERE. And it was knee and the guys from the trio. Yes boys and this woman with a shoulder came up and she's with you know the baby and the solar and a little a little girl with their she. She came over to me and she's like we use sign. Nash and I was like Oh and she's not gonna no it's more it's more my father. His name is David whatever and then she turns to the little girl she goes. This is the girl from GRANDPA's favorite show. I that is the greatest thing ever GRANDPA's fears you vampires there. It's a great show. It's on somewhere you know I think I can. I think I watched it on Netflix. Once in a while so it's It's great to have it there and you know you. You always wonder you kinda play. Monday morning quarterback she. What would happen if buffy was on during a time where there was twitter and social media? How does that change in It might still be on the air. You never know but But yeah for you can't. It's it was a show of its time and It certainly changed. I think in a lot of ways away television shows were written and how dialogue was written so it certainly Pave the way and has a special place I think for me and Just to let you know dwell too much on it but my wife is was talking about buffy to her niece so she's she's lent her the DVD's and now she's hooked. It's like a drug. I think I'm crazy but I'm like you can't just watch one. You have to watch the whole season about the the first one and then you go on and watch all the rest of it finish that up and then you move to angel and you watch all of that firefly. I mean it's just it doesn't end the man. The man is created an empire. And Yeah Well Tell You you've done you know it's the cool thing about what you're doing is sounds like you're exploring you know all the creative areas and interest you. That were there. It's writing acting and even in films somewhere co directing or you've had a chance to kind of do a lot of different things and Is there anyone that you'd like more or is it just cool to be able to play all those different you know? It's really great to be able to plan all the different sandbox but think my favorite thing is probably directing. Because you know it's when you get to write something then you directed and then you get to like cut it and and you know it's just it's just taking all the things I enjoy putting them together dealing with actors you know dealing with your crew and the way where the camera goes and how it looks style on a really really interesting to me. Yeah yeah that's great. I mean there is some magic in the editing room when everything comes together on you know. Woodley finished product. And you know there it is you know it's It's it there is some magic to it and I still think that's one of the hardest things to do on. The planet is to make a film that is good. I think is really hard thing to do. Because you know you really don't get the feedback until after it's out so it's really hard to gauge it. It is you. Don't you know it's sort of like? I think anything in the entertainment. Intrusively gambling is. You know you put everything into it and you're like okay. Well put it out there and either going to be big buck. No way me or it's GonNa be I am I mean. How many things do you hear on paper sound really good? It's like hey cash person for this and that and then when you see it you can't watch five minutes of it. It's like what happened. Just don't know it's it's true and I think a big problem. We have is with too many cooks in the kitchen. Especially you know in network world because you have so much money wrapped up in these. Tv shows movies. That fifty people going justify my job to make sure that that makes money. Because if I don't were screwed you know so you have all these people sort of dictating. What gets what made and making creative choices when not feed if people per se. They're more business be they have. Nba from Harvard. Usually like okay. Well that's great and you should be greeted getting you know getting the business into things going but if you WanNa talk about character development you better also have a degree in creative writing I mean. Can you tell the story? Do you know how what what a carry back? What motivates a character. How To make the character real? Those are issues that are you know essentially can make or break any movie or TV shows. So the that's I think that's the bad thing about it is the business people are saying. You know that the creative people do their jobs and they make a good product and then because somebody has to have their hand in it too just as you said to justify say well how about if we change this or that and it went out realizing it could be hurting the show. That's already find tinkering. Hopefully well mean buffy. They were really lucky if they came in this kind of like a mid season replacement. Another is really paying attention. Like I don't know what the thing about fan fire what you know. And so kind of with lesser tone devices and and he. He was allowed to sort of create what he wanted. And I think that's why the show was as good as it was. There wasn't a lot of fighting from from other places people that weren't the network executives see. Oh people that we're interested in. It was more they were. They liked it and they wanted it to be good less than like trying to justify money or or you know it was interesting I it got. It got a really good deal on in that regard. Unfortunately he wasn't as lucky but firefly when they mixed up the order of the episodes and meet did not help things at all. You know it's like when you see it in. The order was meant to be it goes. It just makes more sense. You know. It's it's again. It's very telling that one. Think the network really goofed on that You know they really did spend all that money. They wanted to air in the correct order. Well they felt they wanted to go more ratings so they wanted to go in that direction but but that doesn't you know really hurt the story and and the rest is history unfortunately but yeah well so what besides the books that you know. Morgan Ville do you have anything else? You have coming you know. I just directed a short film. Yeah and I'm working on the and then See what else is going on. But you got another. This is a new series of books. So I've got the second one that I'm working on right now to stick any of the year that sort of taking over my thinking over my life right now. That's a lot of were very very very occupied. Very busy right well. Busy is a good thing. That's what I always say so. It's not a bad well. It's been a pleasure to talk to you and get your insights on things online Tony. This is really lovely and the fact that you're so you're so fun to talk to your show aware of stuff and so bright. It's it's really nice. That's nice to hear that that's nice. Well Breaking Vancouver. I hate stupid questions I really do. And I'll be at tables week and I'll hear so many it's WWCO it is. It's just you know. Nobody works on interviewing anymore. It just seems like they. They just kind of throw questions out people and that they're told to ask and I could go on all right amber. Great to talk to you and watching everything you're doing. It sounds like some stuff coming our way here. You got okay all right really appreciate that special. Thanks to four. Pr For ranging. The interview visit her cool blog. Hambur Benson rothe this DOT BLOGS DOT COM. Give that your elegant is Hammer. Benson wrote this dot blog. Spot Dot Com really had offers some funny insights on life and our world to ambrose's and check out her novels the witches of Echo Park series the ghosts of Albion which are both Amazon until next time this is joanie to Lotto. Thanks so much for listening. Hey this Erickson. From four hundred eighty eight minutes and you're listening to Sifi Talk..

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"benson" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

09:13 min | 9 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"In two thousand eighteen Jocelyn Benson was elected as secretary of state in Michigan. It was part of a historic sweep. Where women were also elected to the governorship and to the Attorney General's office then the corona virus hit and Donald Trump went on the warpath personally attacking governor. Whitmer as she fought to get her citizens access to needed medical equipment. Well now he's also attack. Jocelyn calling her a rogue secretary of state for her plan to make sure all Michigan voters can apply to get an absentee ballot. This fall keeping them safe from the virus and ensuring everyone has a chance to vote. Jocelyn joined us to talk about the monumental importance of voting rights in the age of trump and the corona virus. This year we saw the. You're the woman. Two Point Gretchen. Whitmer Dana Nessel Jocelyn Benson Debbie Stamina and the list goes secretary of state of the Great State of Michigan. Four four my duties to invest in my abilities regard. Help me guys. The Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says. She sees nothing wrong with paper ballots. Secretary of state says the voter absentee ballot. Applications are great way for voters to vote in coming elections without risking their. How ahead of a planned visit to Michigan Tomorrow? President trump is targeting the leaders of the state on twitter president trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan after the state announced that all of the states registered. Voters would receive applications for absentee ballots in the mail this year. Benton Secretary of State of Michigan on fighting every day to ensure that every voice is heard and every vote is counted. Sorry not sorry first of all. Thank you so much for doing this. I really really appreciate it. It's interesting because you have a job that I don't think a lot of people fully grasp what you do as secretary of State in Michigan. You're responsible for overseeing elections. But can you give my listeners? Really an overview of what that entails. And just broadly what? The job secretaryastate position in most states overseas democracy and that means everything from money in politics and regulating promoting disclosure of bat to the actual act of casting a ballot and making sure those votes are counted accurately protecting the security of the process. Anything that goes into ensuring that our democracy runs well flows lows through each state secretary of State and from your perspective. What is the biggest threat to our democracy? And you can do that. Broadly but you can also do that in Michigan. Well Yeah I always say that. A healthy democracy requires an engaged. An informed electorate and so in that way biggest threat is disengaged and misinformed electorate. I think you need both. You need everyone. Voting particular especially systems of underrepresented communities whose voices has historically been at the table and decisions. That are made them. But you also need to to be informed about all the aspects of an issue that they can make independent decisions about what's best for them. We're having our communities so to me really. You need people. Running the system secretaries of state and we need elected representatives who all kind of flow into that any neighbouring and encourage engagement and Commission. Of course the media as well but if you poke short on either of those two metrics those two pieces than democracy is threatened and. I think that's some of what we are seeing today where you have in some cases. Low turnout or disengagement or feeling of apathy or. My vote doesn't matter. My voice doesn't matter which is the exact opposite of which real and democracy or people not having access to accurate information about the decisions that are being made note decision makers that are making them can hold them accountable. We here and we've heard a lot about Michigan this cycle. So what makes it so important in this election besides the Electoral College? And how did it become a battleground? These chicken is a collection of voters that really reflects the entire country in many ways certainly in the Midwest and you've got a very diverse population we've got the largest concentrations for example Arab American voters in the country. We've got strong urban areas with unique stories and history like Detroit and Flint and high levels of communities of color growing Tino population and then a lot of the state is very rural. And so the racial demographics. The economic demographics -cation you have also right next to Detroit. One of the wealthiest per capita community in the country and they got in some ways integregation and many of the problems that afflict and having the country historically are reflected in Michigan. There's a great thing I saw when I personally hear when Michigan accuses the whole country gets a cold that in some ways is a bellwether state. Her a lot of different things is that because of the people because of history because of the community that can indicate how rest of the country like feeling going and attention on our state certainly over the past ten years when it comes to presidential elections. Really underscored that. Well let's talk about November. I want a really sort of dive into what the plan is. Now that the pandemic changed everything. Because I feel like we're going to all be looking to you and to Michigan to sort of figure this out because you you are a battleground state. So what are the plans? How do we ensure that people are going to be able to vote confident that you really? In this age moment of uncertainty. There are two things that are absolutely certain. Bertha guards are elections in Michigan and many other states won the election. In November will happen. It will happen on time will happen on schedule and to citizens in Michigan and many other states will have a right to participate in that election from their home. Coming to you from the Robertson League voting booth here my dining room table. This is Dave. He's at home in Seattle Washington. Dave's done a lot of reporting on. What he says is a simple solution to how America can vote during the pandemic Chins of millions of people in America by mail now every election and it's fine. Washington is one of the few states that runs its entire election through the mail voting by got to walk into the two thousand. We everyone who done food by mail. Basically works by taking two important elements of voting verifying your identity and filling out the ballot and moving them from a polling place to your home or the ballot gets mailed a weeks before the election. They will not have to choose between her health and right to vote which is critical in ensuring back at this moment of historical election. Possibly the most significant election in our lifetime that every citizen knows exactly how to vote and doesn't worry that in casting they're risking their health so armee work really over the next five and a half months or how many weeks are left until November election. Which is coming out of quite quickly is to make sure that every citizen feels confident in the process knows exactly how to ensure their ballots. Catchy counting it there heard and if they are engaged if not even more so than ever before in using the power vote. To hold elected officials accountable. You said before and I agree with you that I feel like a lot of at least the younger generations feel that their voice and their vote does not make a difference. And it's always been hard to get out certain votes. How are we going to do this when there is a pandemic? I know it's going to happen. I know it has to happen. I know it's going to happen on time. I just can't wrap my head around unless you know by some miracle. Mcconnell wakes up and decides you know what everybody should be allowed to vote from home. That's what we're GonNa do this election cycle Howard secretaries of state. Who are leading the way. Alex Padilla in California. Were to implement program where every voter in the state will get balancing automatically. You've got that same. That's been in place for many years in Oregon and Washington champions Guy Secretaries it's actually both sides of the aisle because one of the other really important aspect of this officers. We administered democracy. We make sure everybody is hurt. It's not a heart condition and oftentimes uses that in the past. But that said. I think secretaries of state that either working with my colleagues around the country are working overtime in the vast majority of states to ensure every citizen has that preserved right by mail in Michigan. We've got this unique story. Because in two thousand eighteen voters voted overwhelmingly to amend our constitution to create a right to vote by mail as well as many other things like automatic voter registration and the ability to register to vote on election day. So really what it comes down to in my view is making sure. One voting is a very personal thing so making sure citizens essentially have choices.

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"benson" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

Medical Mysteries

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

"Death in under an hour but somehow the two men managed to spend the night on a small platform getting just enough fresh air to stay alive still. They hardly slept a wink. Dehydration was setting in. They may have been experiencing extreme fatigue. Low blood pressure and increased heart rate. And were probably starting to get a bit delirious as well but that didn't stop daddy who was eager to continue the climb at the first signs of morning Light Benson on the other hand. Didn't want to risk losing his footing. He could fall and set back. Progress seriously injure himself or even land in that river of molten hot lava down below. The two agreed to separate Benson would navigate his escape on his own just hours after daddy went his own way. Benson spotted something. Large crashing to the craters ground. He feared the worst wondering if duddy had lost his footing and come tumbling down but he soon recognized that the mass was actually a survival package tossed by rescue workers. The package too far to reach only added insult to injury by Sunday afternoon. A little over twenty four hours. After the crash Benson was certain he had to be the only one left alive but he wasn't sure how much longer he could last. He subdued his anxiety and tried to maintain a healthy heart rate practicing the alphabet backward. He gathered rainwater by hand to taper his dehydration that night he listened to the sounds of lava. Splashing waves against ashore in the darkness. Benson spotted the volcano goddess Pele. Smiling at him between the grade gases. Benson said. I told her that she was not going to take me. I actually got up and screamed that at her. It appeared the lack of food and water as well as the volcanoes poisonous fumes. It fully altered Benson's perception. His extreme dehydration caused hallucinations by now. He was nearing two days without food. Water or sleep and believed it would only be a matter of hours before he saw the end at nine. Am on Monday morning. Almost forty eight hours since the crash. I. Helicopter Pilots Benson through a break in the dark gray gas. The gas density made it difficult for the two to connect with the chopper eventually dropped a rescue net and waited for Benson to find his way by ten forty five. Am Benson was being airlifted to the craft delirious he turned back to Palais and her volcano. Saying you didn't beat me. You didn't get me. Benson was relieved to find that both duddy and hosking had also made it out alive. He was brought to a hospital in Hilo Hawaii where he was placed on an oxygen machine. He may have also received mechanical ventilation which helps a person breathe. Since his exposure to fumes was rather severe he was likely also given intravenous fluids to combat his dangerous level of dehydration. It's possible he was prescribed drugs that opened his airways or reduce the inflammation in the lungs. Like prednisone but aside from a lingering. Cough Benson made a quick recovery. He was back to work sharing his story with the cast and crew in no time. Benson and daddy were heroes on the set but everyone was astonished. How did they managed to survive two days top volcano breathing poisonous gas and dodging hot lava park officials determined that? The men were very fortunate. The crash happened and land in a safe crater where fresh air was splintered in from the rim. Had they've been trapped in a more confined space. They almost certainly would have been dead from inhaling ball fumes before they could be rescued as for the lava Benson could thank the Goddess Pele for a bit of good luck..

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"benson" Discussed on Survival

Survival

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on Survival

"To death in under an hour but somehow the two men managed to spend the night on a small platform getting just enough fresh air to stay alive still. They hardly slept a wink. Dehydration was setting in. They may have been experiencing extreme fatigue. Low blood pressure and increased heart rate. And were probably starting to get a bit delirious as well but that didn't stop daddy who was eager to continue the climb at the first signs of morning Light Benson on the other hand. Didn't want to risk losing his footing. He could fall and set back. Progress seriously injure himself or even land in that river of molten hot lava down below. The two agreed to separate Benson would navigate his escape on his own just hours after daddy went his own way. Benson spotted something. Large crashing to the craters ground. He feared the worst wondering if duddy had lost his footing and come tumbling down but he soon recognized that the mass was actually a survival package tossed by rescue workers. The package too far to reach only added insult to injury by Sunday afternoon. A little over twenty four hours. After the crash Benson was certain he had to be the only one left alive but he wasn't sure how much longer he could last. He subdued his anxiety and tried to maintain a healthy heart rate by practicing the alphabet backward. He gathered rainwater by hand to taper his dehydration that night he listened to the sounds of lava. Splashing waves against ashore in the darkness. Benson spotted the volcano goddess Pele. Smiling at him between the grade gases. Benson said. I told her that she was not going to take me. I actually got up and screamed that at her. It appeared the lack of food and water as well as the volcanoes poisonous fumes. It fully altered Benson's perception. His extreme dehydration caused hallucinations by now. He was nearing two days without food. Water or sleep and believed it would only be a matter of hours before he saw the end at nine. Am on Monday morning. Almost forty eight hours since the crash. I. Helicopter Pilots Benson through a break in the dark gray gas. The gas density made it difficult for the two to connect with the chopper eventually dropped a rescue net and waited for Benson to find his way by ten forty five. Am Benson was being airlifted to the craft delirious he turned back to Palais and her volcano. Saying you didn't beat me. You didn't get me. Benson was relieved to find that both duddy and hosking had also made it out alive. He was brought to a hospital in Hilo Hawaii where he was placed on an oxygen machine. He may have also received. Mechanical ventilation helps a person breathe since his exposure to fumes was rather severe. He was likely also given intravenous fluids to combat his dangerous level of dehydration. It's possible he was prescribed drugs that opened his airways or reduce the inflammation in the lungs. Like prednisone but aside from a lingering. Cough Benson made a quick recovery. He was back to work sharing his story with the cast and crew in no time. Benson and daddy were heroes on the set but everyone was astonished. How did they managed to survive two days top volcano breathing poisonous gas and dodging hot lava park officials determined that? The men were very fortunate. The crash happened and land in a safe crater where fresh air was splintered in from the rim. Had they've been trapped in a more confined space. They almost certainly would have been dead from inhaling ball fumes before they could be rescued as for the lava Benson could thank the Goddess Pele for a bit of good luck..

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The guy Benson show in accordance with the previous segment in some of the messaging from me about the freelancing from the podium yesterday for the president this was a tweet today from the surgeon general sort of seemingly apropos of nothing but you think about the context a reminder to all Americans please always talk to your health provider first before administering any treatment slash medication to yourself or a loved one I have course agree with that and your staff meanwhile the CDC has tripled the number of symptoms that they are associating with corona virus so possible indicators of coronavirus so we knew about fever we knew about cough we knew about shortness of breath or difficulty breathing and by the way on the fever there been some studies that show only a certain fraction of people who have corona virus develop a fever so using those thermometers are you put up against your temple or whatever that's a useful metric but it's not necessarily definitive because a lot of people gonna coronavirus with no fever at all which again is just another problem this disease is just awful anyway so you get fever cough shortness of breath difficulty breathing we knew those added chills repeated shaking with chills muscle pain headache sore throat in a new loss of taste or smell so I guess if you had some sort of issues with taste or smell before this pandemic that is obviously not going to be a factor here but if it's a new loss of taste or smell something that has just developed in those senses that's one of the warning flags along with as I said sore throat headache muscle pain repeated shaking and chills in addition to fever cough shortness of breath so.

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:53 min | 11 months ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"For another hour of the guy Benson show we are live broadcasting from my house wherever you are thank you for being here and if you missed any of the first hour including my interview with senator berasa you can get the podcast for free guy Benson show dot com fox news alert just looking at the markets the Dow closing up just a hair basically flat but up thirty three points today to twenty three thousand five thirty seven so not a huge day but certainly you'd rather see a green arrow pointed upward then a red arrow pointed downward I want to bring to you a scoop that fox news ran with last night and broke it was Bret Baier who did the lead reporting on this story and it broke after we went off the air but it very much aligns with our entire second hour yesterday where I did basically an hour long monologue on China and Chinese propaganda and some really shocking stuff from CNN in any case headline sources believe corona virus outbreak originated in Wuhan lab as part of China's efforts to compete with the U. S. exclusive there is increasing confidence that the covert nineteen outbreak likely originated in a Wuhan laboratory though not as a bio weapon it is part of Chinese attempt to demonstrate that its efforts to identify and combat viruses are equal to or greater than the capabilities of the United States multiple sources who've been briefed on the details of early actions by Chinese government I have seen the relevant materials tell fox news so it's a very long sentence that's one sentence but there's a lot of information packed into that sentence let's just break it down briefly increasing confidence within the U. S. government the corona virus outbreak originated in a laboratory in Wuhan there we talk about the state department cables from twenty eighteen expressing concern about exactly this you still have to do with bassinet bat borne illness but the Chinese it sounds like what the U. S. is increasingly convinced of the Chinese were trying to flex their muscles as people who can prevent viruses epidemiologists they can perhaps even surpassed the US when it comes to combating viruses and even that zeal to try to overtake the U. S. in that space they were apparently potentially cutting corners in terms of safety procedures protocol and this natural virus not a bio weapon this is not man made a crafted as a weapon against anyone but this natural virus is skate from the laboratory and ended up infecting people and then the rest unfortunately is a very scary history that we're all living through right now and there's also reporting in this fox news piece from Bret Baier and other people contribute to it that the W. H. O. has been complicit in some of this this is a very shocking development it may not be surprising but still in the scheme of things it is shocking because for how long I've been told it's the wet markets and that's still might be the case but the fact that this report got published and then listen to the president's response so he was asked about it yesterday by John Roberts during the briefing our colleague chief White House correspondent John Roberts he said we're reporting is a fox news this one laboratory story listen to how the president really doesn't deny it cut nine multiple sources are.

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"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"It is the home stretch on the guy Benson show on this Monday I am glad to be back on the map sometimes you come back from vacation deserve ease back into it not today with all the news breaking and then just some really serious tough subjects you came in full steam ahead yeah with no say in the matter it's just how it all went down that was the voice of producer Christine who welcomed me back today I arrived here in New York got to fox said she had a coke zero waiting for me which is a plus on that gold star and I immediately started to have questions and then in the elevation nope nope I'm gonna save them for the error there's no way we're gonna be able to tackle two weeks worth of honeymoon related questions from curious Christine in just this one segment so we will spend time over the next few days old in the next few programs at the end of the show walking through her curiosities so Christine I think you want to start I suppose with Australia which was stop one on the honeymoon I DO and normally I would probably start the segment off an Australian accent but I feel like today's not the day right I think no days or the day for your Australian accent I feel I could be fine to sort of eliminate that one from the repertoire but we take in okay so I'm doing a couple follow ups to my curious Christy how are you feeling are you you were out for number is really under the weather yeah I've been pretty sack I've had a it's called acute bronchitis this is me actually probably ninety five percent better oh my god yeah it's probably a good five days out of work out of commission and you were very good I had no idea now now and I think it says I said thank god I got sick when guy was gone the didn't interrupt anything it's good but it's tough Tony of guest hosts I mean there's a lot of stuff going on I'm glad you're feeling mostly better hopefully you'll be at a hundred percent I'll be ready for Iowa yes because we are doing the show live from Iowa on Monday which is carcass Dale B. all over fox news channel we have a huge operation there for the caucuses on Monday and producer Christine all my travel buddy hopefully not giving me bronchitis alright so by the way don't mess with me I am like day eleven of steroids right rage yeah I I I why here is to sing with a slight angry edge lighting Max can attest I was a little little IG last week okay some follow up questions I don't see him or her anywhere and I assume you would just keep that alive animal in a suitcase so did you not bring back the call did not it turns out that you have to declare that sort of thing and that's a huge annoyance at customs and I figured you know it's aside from being a crime probably not worth the hassle did you get to hold a koala so no we could have gone to the zoo and seen a koala but with all the cool wall is struggling with the fires we just decided to leave that alone we did donate to the fire effort and the fire fighting effort I should clarify we are not pro fire and we were weirdly almost paradoxically rooting for rain on our own honeymoon in Australia because they needed it so badly we didn't get it for the first four days is beautiful which was sort of nice for us but bad for the country then it poured rain and they got so much rain and really needed places so they are by no means out of the woods yet by that deluge and just the the wet weather that arrived in the second half of our Australia leg was very very welcome news did you feel like was it all over the news like was it doing there was your draft huge news story and the day that we landed apparently was the worst day in Sydney in weeks you could smell the smoke in the air in Sydney when we got off the plane the next day gone beautiful day we did this whole hike multiple miles up the coast it was awesome you couldn't there is no hint if you didn't know it was happening in the news you have no sense of that based on where we were but given all of the local news and the prime minister giving press conferences constantly in some of the smoke smell from time to time it was certainly a very serious issue down there I'm this is another question because I did I watched I followed you on Instagram did you really I. P. bans and by the way on Instagram did you really need to fly I don't know eighteen plus hours see Elton John could you do that stateside somewhere he happened to be there while we were there so why not see Sir Elton while he's doing his farewell tour in Australia he actually said it was his last indoor concert ever in Australia he said I'm just I'm not gonna be back down here he said I'm getting to a certain age I want to be with my family I can't be traveling these types of long distances moving forward so I won't be down under again but I he was just very effusive in his love for the Australian people he played there so many times and it was cool seeing a concert in a foreign country I thought was a pretty cool experience it was a really fun concert did you drive at all no did you want to not really there was no need uber is such a miracle right you you can just get where you need to get out with minimal effort on your part my cousin's friend drove us to the concert because they attended as well and just I think between the jet lag and the drinking it there's just no point in trying to drive on the wrong side of the road as a kid growing up in Hong Kong that was where we used to drive you know the passenger seat was the driver's seat but I've become so accustomed to the correct way of doing things here in America that is still a bit disorienting whether I'm in the U. K. Hong Kong Australia it's just to me it's the turn is that got me like they'll be making a left hand turn or especially a right hand turn into like the opposite lane which is our equivalent of a left hand turn and it's just like whoa and then round abouts forget it I would just give up would you ever get a car with me if we you and I are both in Australia no I would barely get in a car with you here I see you didn't let me drive on our retreat well you drove herself we we relegated you to your own car with the white and Max and I we were all doing our group stuff you drove every time my car I did in fact do that that is true alright last question how did you see that you have inside absolutely our show fan favorite my cousin Simon who works for the Conservative Party down there he was very gracious with his time took us to the concert treated us to the concert took us out to dinner by the opera house we did a lot of stuff was Simon if you get a Yahoo Skippy he taught hello I asked him if he had a pet kangaroo when he said it was named Skippy yes I think he was having a little fun with you there's no skimping there's no skimping Australians don't own kangaroos is pass I know especially not city dwellers I don't think that would work even little many kangaroos wallabies I just don't think that's I was lied to I think it was not a lie it was a fun story okay last last question I promise okay did you notice to the toilets did they flush differently we did not have that's that is an interesting question to ask we did not have like spin toilets where they flush in sort of a world full it was like the one giant slash type toilet in our hotel room so I couldn't I couldn't comment but it was an extremely fun trip Australians are wonderful people they are our cousins they are our friends great great allies to the American people so it was nice to sort of be able to pay it back a little bit we sent some firefighters down there I think a few of them actually passed away which is really sad but they felt the love certainly from American we tried to give it right back in I think you're out of questions on Australia but still to come Fiji travel so many questions from curious Christine later in the week for these ever popular homestretch segments but we are out of time for.

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"benson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Machine learning algorithms have existed for decades but in the last ten years several advancements in software and hardware have caused dramatic growth growth in the viability of applications based on machine learning smartphones generate large quantities of data about humans. Move through the world. Software is a service companies generate data. About how these humans interact with businesses cheap cloud infrastructure allows for the storage and compute of these high volumes of data machine. Learning frameworks such as Apache spark. tensor flow and Pie torch allow developers to easily train statistical models these models are deployed back to the smartphones and they're also used by the software as a service companies and this improves the the ability for humans to move through the world and the utility that humans gained from their business transactions and as the humans interact more with their computers. It generates more data which is used to create better models and higher consumer utility the combination of smartphones cloud computing machine learning algorithms and distributed computing. Frameworks is often referred to as artificial intelligence Kris Benson is the host the podcast practical ai and he joins the show to talk about the modern applications of artificial intelligence and the stories that he is covering on practical L. A. I.. On his podcast. Chris Talks about everything within the umbrella of AI. From high level stories too low level implementation details practical fillet. I is part of the change log network of podcasts. So you know that it's going to be a high quality well produced show and I encourage you you to check it out whether you have any interest in artificial intelligence or not. It's well done also. I want to mention that we are hiring. We're hiring both a content content writer and an operations lead. Both of these are part time positions the content writer position is for somebody who likes to write about software engineering and technical topics. The operations lead is for somebody who likes to learn about how businesses operate and is great at attention to detail. Both of these are part time positions working closely with myself and Erica. And if you're interested in working working with US send me an email jeff at software engineering daily Dot Com. Don't be shy. I'd love to hear from you and let's get on with today show Today's.

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"benson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"benson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Machine learning algorithms have existed for decades but in the last ten years several advancements in software and hardware have caused dramatic growth growth in the viability of applications based on machine learning smartphones generate large quantities of data about humans. Move through the world. Software is a service companies generate data. About how these humans interact with businesses cheap cloud infrastructure allows for the storage and compute of these high volumes of data machine. Learning frameworks such as Apache spark. tensor flow and Pie torch allow developers to easily train statistical models these models are deployed back to the smartphones and they're also used by the software as a service companies and this improves the the ability for humans to move through the world and the utility that humans gained from their business transactions and as the humans interact more with their computers. It generates more data which is used to create better models and higher consumer utility the combination of smartphones cloud computing machine learning algorithms and distributed computing. Frameworks is often referred to as artificial intelligence Kris Benson is the host the podcast practical ai and he joins the show to talk about the modern applications of artificial intelligence and the stories that he is covering on practical L. A. I.. On his podcast. Chris Talks about everything within the umbrella of AI. From high level stories too low level implementation details practical fillet. I is part of the change log network of podcasts. So you know that it's going to be a high quality well produced show and I encourage you you to check it out whether you have any interest in artificial intelligence or not. It's well done also. I want to mention that we are hiring. We're hiring both a content content writer and an operations lead. Both of these are part time positions the content writer position is for somebody who likes to write about software engineering and technical topics. The operations lead is for somebody who likes to learn about how businesses operate and is great at attention to detail. Both of these are part time positions working closely with myself and Erica. And if you're interested in working working with US send me an email jeff at software engineering daily Dot Com. Don't be shy. I'd love to hear from you and let's get on with today show Today's.

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"benson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Benson show But didn't I would, instead of A different reason why wouldn't And Would be maybe a little The actual video I don't see any. Reason. Why Russia yeah and now You know the memes and what did Richard Marx. Say last night I I won't. Be. Waiting. For you Wouldn't, be waiting for you wouldn't? Be waiting it's just it's it's? Just step back and I'm looking at poor? Sarah Huckabee Sanders can you can I ask you? A question is there a more thankless job right now Then. Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Show is there is there another job out there, where you could think I? Don't know if I want that? A horrible job seems like a bad job Now I know people can? Lion-tamer this any other. I'm just let's let's be. Real like I in politics or at let's just this? Just let's just limited to politics can you find another job rely on that's just Because she knows she's got to go? Out there Every day and answer all kinds of questions every day about her boss And, try to, spin stuff and the whole wood and wooden thing I mean you know in life As a person who speaks. For a living there's times. Where I wish, I would have said that, I should have said it I meant to like this, I get that but you goofed on this. What you screwed up in the would or wooden say take all of that away the entire situation you still got an app. Right now, the hysteria, around it That's on everybody else But you, still dropped the ball but I just look at poor Sarah. Huckabee Sanders I think is it, worth. That two bills right the stress that, goes on with it? Is it worth it Just you know I'm, just asking and there is look the hysteria around Trump is insane right from the Bill Maher's, I. Just wanna ask the Trump voters I, know you're out there What is for you he's plainly a traitor who. Doesn't defended his own country Yeah you know what I don't think he's trader Right I don't they. But here's something else. He's also, not a, politician, let's also, remember that but yeah I mean he. You know he screwed it up the other day I get that the hysteria around it seems to me, that Russia's got something on them. Because you know this is, he's over the, edge he's saying basically to him please. Jones, Smith whatever it is. Is what I saw well snitch is get stitches, so let's just also. Remember, that for a? Second but it is funny To. Watch all of this. Stuff you, know people, hey, can you, be impeached because of all of these. Things constitutional standard for impeachment is treason bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors and so the question is, was what he did threes and. Treason is actually defined in, the constitution it's, it's a rare offense in that way. It's, actually define and the. Definition refers to eating and so the question is, is Russia our enemy This is a. Question they brought somebody on, because is this impeachable.

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"benson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is the best of chad benson dependent in thoughts and punk rock in life it's the chad benson show when i was a child which was long ago but i have a child i was a latchkey kid for those of you out there who are unfamiliar with it latchkey kid basically i had a key to my shirt or my jacket so i could get back in my home yes i was young a whopping five years old usa america style that was fine back in the day but those days have changed now we live in a world where latchkey kids are unheard of and if you are a latchkey kid there is a good chance that your parents are going to go to jail at some point in time because cps was going to take them away for you being some sort of free range child right which is ridiculous well new york city has opened up a playground for kids whose parents aren't allowed to be at the playground what is this playground it's dangerous one to listen to this i think the odds sounds like nowhere else sign your rights away and they go inside and play with hammers yade children's wonderland fifty thousand square foot it's new york city's only adventure playground it's a junk yard heaven with at least parts and of materials for kids play i'm build and create destroy okay so it's a playground but see the thing is what she's not telling you is jurors playground because their sauce and this hammers and there's all kinds of stuff there are dangerous things could happen to children on the playground oh my lord what do you remember when you were a kid the stuff that used to get into do you ever drive by now based on the world we live you catch yourself you see a kid climate a tree and you're thinking oh my god that kid could fall you think wait a minute here i used to climb trees way bigger than that i used to all kinds of things they used to all kinds of stuff that you just couldn't do any more and the reality is we have to do we have to talk about something like this as if this is some sort of new thing we're allowing kids to do stuff like build something on their own without supervision with hammers and nails and whatnot jimmy h it jimmy stupid jimmy shouldn't eat a nail unless he's trying to get into one of those freak shows you see on a what if he let it let the what ifs go right like what i was a kid growing up i always knew probably gonna break something if not some sort of thing probably gonna break myself at some point in time and my parents do that sort of my friends parents knew that that their kids were going to all of us knew that and then we got to this point where we had these over educated terrified of everything people who decided to run the world where going across the street by yourself means that your parents were in some way shape or form bad parents and that you had to be what taken away from them because they don't understand that once you come out of the womb you should be connected to the womb wrong and part of that is social media social media has made it ridiculous we think that on every corner there's a dude in a van handed out candies or puppy dogs and snatching children the reality is that doesn't happen most of the kids taken like a majority ninety plus percent of the children that disappear or taken or abused are done by what people they know maybe you should tell them strangers not danger strangers safety based on all the stuff we know but the fact that we have this kind of thing where we have to do a special in the fact that it's a playground shows you how insane and how far the pendulum swung in a different direction there is a lot less supervision then what you're playing with whatever was hanging around playing today for so many children looks pretty different from that bay a few places in the sixties apply for them to play on supervised without adults telling them how to do it yeah because you can't because think a lot of parents don't want to and also the peer we forget about the peer pressure of parent's the peer pressure because of social media not just because everybody's terrified about something but also did you're worried that you're gonna get judged because.

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"benson" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"benson" Discussed on WLOB

"We are back on benson and harf guy benson with you from washington dc thanks for listening and just before the break we teased this bill clinton issue we've been trying to get to it actually all week but but he keeps giving interviews and making new so we have more opportunity feel too bad for him because he's made a lot of money doing you asked me if i agreed they has.

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