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Sick of the Same Goal Setting Strategies? This Is For You

The Goal Digger Podcast

05:21 min | Last month

Sick of the Same Goal Setting Strategies? This Is For You

"The other day I was getting a massage something I have deeply missed in quarantine and the masseuse was educating me on my body and what different areas show and she was telling me about how the right side of my back is this masculine side that get things done type energy and the lower left back is the feminine side, the Creative Dreamer side and just learning that it stuck with me. In fact that night I got home and I wrote pages of notes on the topic. And how we find that balance of ideation that leads us to actually getting things done. It's like his balance of masculine and Feminine Energy that we might be struggling with I. Mean does anyone else's love the feeling when you get news stroke of inspiration and it hits the creative start flowing in your feminine side is alive and suddenly you have a brand new exciting goal on your mind that you cannot wait to get after it can swoop in as a result of so many things. With friends seeing someone else doing something that sparks excitement in you a massage apparently or even a commercial on TV. But after that buzzy goal inspiration hits next comes as other feeling that you're probably familiar with him I feel like dread because as much as we all want big things and lofty accomplishments for our futures, the actual getting to accomplish that big thing is often more overwhelming than just dreaming it up the steps it tastes to bring our largest goals from idea to reality are usually many and they're often time consuming so much so. That most people stay in the idea phase that feminine energy, because they're not sure where to start with taking action or how to tap into their masculine side that can help get things in motion. I'm sure you know there are just about a million pieces of advice out there for setting and achieving your goals and I don't know about you. But I'm still always always always fascinated to hear the different approaches and methods that people have for finding success with the starry eyed dreams. We dream ourselves maybe it's the achiever in knee or arm the. Three. Or maybe it's just a curiosity that's always existed inside of me as humans I think that we're designed to always want more and to be onto the next thing and keep striving for purpose and accomplishment, and while that can sometimes come at the sacrifice of living in the president or finding joy in the inbetween. I also think that yearning for something bigger and more can be a good thing if you can approach with the right mindset and. Practices I. Personally Love With James Clear has to say about goal setting in his book titled Atomic, Habits and in fact, surprisingly he says he's not much of a goal setter instead, he urges you to focus on the systems that best bring your goals to fruition. Clear says it like this goals are good for setting a direction but systems are best for making progress and that really really resonates with me see I didn't necessarily set out on my entrepreneurship. Journey with his goal to lead thousands of entrepreneurs through processes to build their businesses and reach larger audiences. In fact that whole idea wasn't even on my radar I was recently talking with a friend and work came up and she had this moment she looks at me and she goes Whoa Jenna. You never really plan this whole thing along the way you just learned it started to fall into place, but you never started with all of this in. Mind, she was so right like I didn't plan this but as I was creating and doing I was building these systems of my own that worked and once I. Got My self results I began sharing teaching those systems to others which led to my own growth and path toward success in leading others towards greater results as entrepreneurs annoyingly I was focusing more on the processes and systems at work versus shooting for random goal and hoping I hit it and. I was refining those processes and systems to make them as effective as possible eliminating steps or actions that didn't yield actual results and nailing down the exact way to achieve the goal that had in mind though systems those were what led to significant business advancement. A growing social media reach partnerships and experiences could have never dreamed to put on my list of goals at the beginning of all of this though systems led to accomplishments that weren't even on. My Vision. Board because I. didn't even know they were possible. Here's the truth. It really doesn't matter all that much. What your big goal is whether it's to train for Marathoner, start your own online business or make six figures this year right at Children's book or something in between I. Think we've all experienced desire to do something important, and then we've had no clue to start or what did you first that's why James Clear urges you to almost completely. Stop focusing on the big shiny, often overwhelming end-result by itself because that thing whatever it may be is what holds us back more often than not let it be a guide but focus more on the small daily steps and actions to get you there because that is what will change your life. The only way to actually achieve your goals is to build systems that propelled you towards him every single day

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Netflix adds 26 million new users

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:23 min | 2 months ago

Netflix adds 26 million new users

"Dot com slash NPR to learn more. Now, as the fight against the coronavirus continues, many people are spending a lot more time at home and that means big business for Netflix. The video streaming giant added twenty six, million new users so far this year pushing it subscriber base to near two, hundred million. CEO Credits the company's Unorthodox. For its rise NPR's bobby. Allen. has a closer look. Unlimited, vacation submitting expenses without approval being promoted for criticizing your company. These are the perks of working for net Netflix says CEO Reed. Hastings it's risky trusting employees as much as we do giving them as much freedom as we do. But it's essential in creative companies where you have much greater risk of from lack of innovation in his new book. No rules rules he's things discusses his guiding principle the keeper test the idea is to ask your boss if I wanted to leave how hard would you fight to keep me if the answer is not very hard, maybe it's time for you to go our culture memos says things like adequate performance gets A. Generous. Severance package but the ruthless culture has some employees constantly looking over their shoulder. One former Netflix's employee told me he lived in constant fear of losing his job and that people of Color didn't feel as empowered to offer frank feedback as his white colleagues. He eventually quit hastings says people of all backgrounds rise in the company. But NETFLIX's isn't for everyone those who feel fear tend to check out because it's an unpleasant feeling. And really it's best suited for people who can acknowledge intellectually the risks. But in fact, they're so joyful about playing with great teammates. There are certainly versions of this that would clearly be completely destructive. Right Jonathan. Knee is a Columbia business school professor and former investment banker. He likes Netflix's culture. He says, it's actually better than what happens in most American offices people are not rewarded forgiving feedback. There's going to be emotions human beings somebody's gonNa cry you know something you just don't want like you know what? Let's just wait this mercilus approach is also applied to shows netflix's produces. Mom, what are we doing here? Your father's laundering money for a Mexican drug cartel where you gonNA wake up to your white privilege man, and then maybe later you can show me how to turn into a bat Yam's kind of Maine I'm obsessed with her. Those were the trailers for Ozark dear, white people and one day at a time all acclaimed shows and all ended by Netflix's in the last two years. However, polarizing Netflix's has taken off like a rocket ship. NETFLIX's big push into original programming with award winning movies and Buzzy shows like Tiger King have made Netflix's prophets speed pass traditional Hollywood studios. We do attribute that to the culture, but hastings admits the culture can be tough even on him. Hastings leadership style was once described as being quote unencumbered by emotion and he told me a vice president at the company wants. told him. He isn't a good listener and he's empathetic which I have say even you know at my level of success, it

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This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

Lexicon Valley

07:07 min | 3 months ago

This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?

"From New York City this is Lexicon Valley. A podcast about language I'm John Mc, water and this week you know what I'm going to do frankly what I usually do, which is just bring you in what was I thinking about over the past week or two? And it was a bunch of things but I happened to be revising an academic paper that I'm writing and that paper happens to be about black English I don't usually do those but I mean exception with this one because it's a topic that really grabs me and you know when deciding what to do the show about I thought you know I'm going to do what I'm thinking about I. Don't WanNa, do it about Comma Harris or something like that I'm not. Sure. What I could get out of that I wanNA do me and so I'm gonNA share with you some stuff about the always fascinating dialect of American English black. English. It's called by academics usually. African American vernacular English but I have a hard time saying that so we're just going to call it black English and we're GONNA, look at it from various angles that I have been sitting around laying around still in semi quarantine these days and one of the things is. GonNa be the lost. Am That's what my papers about, and this is something that I've brought up on this show before, and that is the question as to whether actual black. American people ever as linguists call it over generalized an in two persons and numbers beyond where it would go and standard English and so for example, I'll tell you I am a person but in characters of black speech back in the day, the idea was that black people used am with all. Pronouns, and so you am this he am that we and the other thing that's something associated with minstrel shows and comic strips, and you would think you would quite reasonably think that that's something that white performers made up as a way of making fun of black people. That's what I thought for a very long time. But after a while various indications seem to suggest to me that actually wait a minute black people did once us am in a different way than mainstream. English does, and of course, it wasn't all black people but there have always been different ways of speaking even here in America and it seemed to me that well, you know as I'm always telling all of you language always changes and black English is no exception and so it seemed to me maybe actually the minstrels overdid it they were characterizing but maybe there was that different usage of an because all these things seemed indicated and in a show that I did. Probably back in about nineteen forty seven remember when I used to be sponsored by kraft macaroni and cheese way back. Then I said that one evidence of this is that there are vernacular British dialects. The US am in just that way you am we am the black country in Britain is sometimes called the people who are the Yam yams and what they mean by that is that they say you am saw gave you some evidence of that but that was that was. Back right after the Second World War and so what about newer evidence? Well, first of all, what do I mean by this as you might call it over generalized am well, here is one of the latest examples of it in pop culture. This is a highly insignificant. Hollywood. Cartoon from the studio that gave us such indelible characterizations as Casper, the friendly ghost and Herman and Catnip who were about the closest thing in real life to itchy and scratchy on the simpsons in. Any case, one of their other indelible characters was buzzy the Crow Buzzy. The Crow was supposed to clearly supposed to be this this black American little character remember the Dumbo crows while Buzzy was an extension of that, and so buzzy uses reflections of the old minstrel dialect. This is a cartoon called no IFS ands or buts, but spelled with two t's it's about smoking and this is what buzzy says about a cat who seems to have a smoking addiction listened closely. Tobacco smoking. To know. That Cat am Am Can am smokin fiend. Okay. So that's the character. But what's interesting is how often you see black American people depicted as speaking that way in many sources that you might think of authoritative and I have something even better than this is going to build up to a big fine. We're we're circling in. We're we're about to find the real thing but some other stuff. That I've found. So for example, there is a novel written by a Black Man, very conscious as we used to say black man eighteen, ninety, nine it's called imperium in Imperio, and the guy's name is Sutton griggs and for whatever it's worth his father was a Georgia slave. So Sutton griggs eighteen nine, he's post emancipation but he would have heard authentic black speech, the speech of. People who were denied education and what's interesting is that in one of his novels he is writing in very serious vain. We would today call him a black nationalist and he has seen where there's a black mother who is being humiliated by a racist white schoolteacher and she's trying to present her child and defend her child and what she says, and this is a black. Writer of black nationalist stamp who grew up with a father who had been at slave and not in New York City but in Georgia so we're talking about wear black English really arose and I WANNA say throws but that's not the were because it's thrived and so he has the mother saying about her child her son, his name and Belton Piedmont arteries, granddaddy arteries after so. Not His name is built in Piedmont his name and Belton Piedmont and she's a character of dignity. His name in Belton Piedmont not is built in Piedmont am. Arteries. granddaddy. What's Ardour ardor is after and shows how authentic this depiction of speech is in that we know that not only black people but also again regional vernacular speaking British people used arter and explains that problem with Jack and Jill. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water jack fell down and broke his Crown Jill. Came Tumbling after what the Hell is. That is that the best they can do of course, not it was Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling out. After, because, after can become after. After that is the way many people in for example, Yorkshire still say after October it's dialectal after and so they're always many people who said after and he came here and often they were either slave owners or they worked alongside slaves and so early biking, which has

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Why Corporate America Couldnt Change Carla Vernn at Her Core

Latina to Latina

05:05 min | 3 months ago

Why Corporate America Couldnt Change Carla Vernn at Her Core

"Carla I. Love that we were both up at midnight emailing and prepping for this. A says so much. Yes. The the the story behind the story. You just announced that you're leaving General Mills after twenty two years right now, the go-to practice buzzy thing in career advancement is zigzagging changing jobs every two to four years your career is sort of a case study in the opposite taking the long road to the. C. Suite. How were you compelled to stay for so long? I'm probably kind of an old fashioned person and I. Was Very Intentional in picking the first company that join out of business school. Before Business School, I was not very familiar with careers in corporate America. My parents were both educators and we didn't really have any business people in our family. Largely. Probably because my family is black and Latina Afro Latino for my dad and. Secretary Shen really prevented us from being able to have a path through corporate, America. So when I got to business school I had so much to learn about how does one even navigate and find a company in finding career path. When I realized that my skills were really well suited for marketing strategy then I went about making it my business to figure out what where are the best of the best marketers going where are the? Best of the best strategist going 'em back. Then the area we call consumer packaged goods, food companies, companies that make your household facial cleansers the things you wash your dishes with the product. See every day in the main part of the grocery store those companies where marketing was the absolute core most important skill of driving the success of the company. My intuition told me that if I could find a company that welcomed and embraced diverse styles. I was more likely to see leaders who blazed a successful trail that weren't cut from cookie cutter, and so when I found that in general mills, there was plenty of learning to do and plenty of career path runway for me. And so I really played the long game there. You said you partly went into to marketing because you felt it matched your natural skill set. So I both wonder what you were assessing your natural skill set. But then also how is you began to work inside of General Mills? You got really good at the thing you were already naturally good at. What I arrived on the doorstep of business school I didn't actually know what the career pads were inside of a company. I didn't even know what the job titles were. So all I could try to correlate when I went to business school was what am I passionate about 'em? What do I seem naturally skill that I have always been a creative person I've always been attracted to the arts and I also like associating new ideas in connecting. DOTS in reaching new conclusions over time in business school I got to learn that the people who love the creative work in business that's often called marketing and the people who love connecting disparate ideas in reaching a new conclusion is often called strategy. I've also never been a very shy flower I'm fairly direct may be a little bossy and so I also wanted to know what are the jobs that people go to when they like being in charge. I found now, where are the industries where people who do marketing strategy are in charge, and that led me to learn more about consumer products in that industry that's so dependent on those skills. What were you doing that began to open doors to bigger and better opportunities that the company? I have. I got great feedback from one of my best bosses in he said, one of my best skills which is an under appreciated skill is that I'm very coach of all. You want this weird kind of feedback yet because you want a boss to tell you oh, you're great at analytics or your so sharp your ideas are always the best I've ever heard for someone to say, wow, you seem to. Take Direction while didn't seem like the compliment what I think he was getting at was you I am a very malleable piece of clay I. Already know at the outset that I don't know everything. So I remain curious remain open to the knowledge that comes my way and I am willing to continue to grow my own skills and so I don't WanNa be the person that's too proud to ask a question. And, I've always been willing to be a learner.

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Not enough VR headsets to meet demand. Thanks / no thanks, COVID-19.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:05 min | 8 months ago

Not enough VR headsets to meet demand. Thanks / no thanks, COVID-19.

"About a month ago when lots of people started working from home. I said I was surprised. Virtual reality hadn't become a bigger part of our work lives and our lives in general Ohio. The Times have changed always there. That is the sound of my son. Dodging bad guys in the living room on our new oculus quest which along with most other VR. Headsets are actually sold out these days. A combination of the need for entertainment at home and the release of a buzzy. New Game called half-life Alex that can only be played in biard. Let's dig into this in quality assurance where we take a second look at a big Tech Story Addy Robertson is a senior reporter with verge who follows virtual reality after Christmas. There weren't really many oculus quest. Everybody was kind of waiting for them to come back into stock. The same was true for other headsets. Like the index and then the corona virus hit right as they were supposed to be making new wave them so they've gotten smaller shipments But at the very moment when a bunch of people wanted to buy VR headsets they just had not recovered and had not started selling them and so now they're in a situation where we're lots of people are trying to buy them both because of the corona virus end because half life. Alex came out. And it's been really tough right. I bought one which I never thought I would do. I've seen a lot of people online talking about half life Alex and then just consuming other VR content. Do you have a sense that there is this? This kind of uptick in people actually wanting to buy these. I think it's really difficult to tell but I do think that Alex was a point. Where a lot of people who had not really thought that much about the are considered getting one anecdotally. There is lot of demand that there wasn't before if anecdotally there's all this demand. Finally but people can't headsets. Was this the moment for Vr to capitalize and instead they're going to miss the boat. I think this is kind of weird in the same way that a lot of corona virus recovery stories are weird in that. It's possible that these headset supplies recover. And that at some point everybody can play Alex and a bunch of people swarm on it and it gets a boost and what it lost it. Launch it kind of gains and word of mouth and everybody finally gets thing and it's great there's also a world where yeah just trying to lose this big opportunity at had for a bump and it's just not able to capitalize on this tastic. Opportunity has remind us again. Who are the big headset players? Like what are the devices that people are trying to buy right now? And can't so. There are basically three categories of headset and a few different brands inside them. The one we've been largely talking about is PC based VR. Headsets which are the ones you can play half life. Alex on and those are made by. Htc and OCULUS which is owned by facebook and valve. Which made half life. Alex and they all have headsets at sort of varying price points. Then there's these standalone oculus quest which was very popular relatively speaking in two thousand nineteen and seemed like a had a pretty good chance of breaking through even without everyone playing Alex on it. You can sort of connect to a PC. But it's really just meant to be a generalist headset And then you have playstation VR which consistently seems to sell pretty well and to how pretty good games that people like despite not being as Buzzy as it was at the beginning now we seem to be at a moment when you know for example a lot of people would love to be using this for home schooling if this shutdown last a long time or there are rolling shutdowns or there is a reluctance for people to go back to work in school long term. Do you think that this is something? That companies could capitalize on whether software companies or headset makers. I think there's definitely a space to expand a lot of the places where. Vr was already being used in the workplace like. It's already a very useful tool for running simulations and for doing certain kinds of research and visualization. I think there's a chance that that could expand I'm still fairly ambivalent about its use as either say a replacement for something like zoom or as even a virtual teaching tool. It's still pretty hard to get these headsets. It's still they're still pretty expensive. Were now figuring out that there are a bunch of kids who don't even have access to good Internet and can't find a decent laptop and so. I think that we should be really careful about promoting the idea of the our headsets which are even more inaccessible difficulty us as a solution for homeschooling Addy Robertson covers virtual reality for the verge and now for some related links in case you're wondering most VR. Headsets are still sold out as an example of how fast things are going gamespot. Put up a story in the morning on Tuesday saying the OCULUS quest was back in stock by afternoon. An update on the page that it was already sold out again. And there's a link on our website to a piece about the renewed promise and potential VR in the workplace from just last week. That was the question we were asking about a month ago. Seems THAT CONVERSATION IS COMING. Back around. And speaking of facebook owned oculus. The company just announced Thursday. That it's moving. It's virtual reality. Conference called oculus connect to an all virtual format. The event didn't have a specific date set but last year it was held in late September. I would imagine that. Facebook will be hard at work on something that actually announced at that event last year facebook horizon a social network in VR. That according to early testers is like the most sanitized most Nintendo looking rudimentary version of the metaverse from ready player. One but honestly I bet my kid. We'll be hanging out there if it were available. Now here comes the revolution I

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Tara Brach: Making it RAIN

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:56 min | 10 months ago

Tara Brach: Making it RAIN

"Tar. Brock is a giant in the meditation. World and deservedly so she's got a PhD HD in clinical psychology. She treats people one on one and in psychological or a therapy setting. She also has done deep Buddhist teacher training and has gone on to found the insight meditation community of Washington which is an immensely popular community center in Washington has extremely popular podcast. And she's got a new book. It's called radical compassion so that's her bio but before we dive into the actual discussion. I want to read you a little bit of what I wrote about her. In my first I book ten percent happier because it's going to be up a lot of what is interesting about what follows in this conversation so I I encountered her when I went to a this is before I even and really started meditating that much I went to a meditation event here New York City and she was up on stage. I had a bit of a negative reaction. Here's what I wrote. The opening opening speaker was a woman in her fifties named Tara Brach. She had long brown hair and pleasant Semitic features. She was holding forth in a creamy clawing tone. The style was astonishingly effected artificially soft and slow as if she were trying to give you a rocky massage with her voice she exhorted us to love ourselves. Quote Unquote invited us to close our eyes and trust in the Oceanus in the vastness in the mystery in the awareness in the love so that you could really really sense. Nothing is wrong with me. I couldn't bear to look over at Jason. That was the friend I brought to. The event who I imagined must be silently cursing my name Brock. It closed with a poem that dramatic pause and finally a self serious Soto. voce thank you. So that's what my first impression of her was. I then ended up going back to the event the next day and to my surprise Tara ended up explaining something that was deeply useful so to me. I was aware of the basic theory of how mindfulness could work that. You could view your feelings non-judgmental but they didn't really understand how to apply it in my life and she explained it in a way that knocked it out of the park so when we read that section to my profound surprised. The person who unlock this mystery for me was Tara Brock driven by some unfathomable masochistic urge. And even though I knew mark my friend Mark Epstein wouldn't be speaking I had dragged myself self back to the ballroom for the second day of the conference at First Brock was driving me nuts with all of her ostentatious head bowing bell ringing and Nama stay saying but then she redeemed herself. She nailed the method for applying mindfulness in acute situations albeit with somewhat dopey acronym rain are Dr for recognize a for allow I for investigate and for non identification recognize self explanatory using my David Westin example. Sample David West and was my boss at the time in those moments after are even in the best light quite ambivalent meeting job number one was simply to recognize my my feelings by the way I had recently in this in. This story had a meeting with my boss that was my then. Boss was semi successful. Jabber one was simply to acknowledge my feelings. It's like agreeing to pause in the face of what's here and just acknowledge. The actuality said Brock. The first step is admitting it allow is where you lean in the Buddhist. Were always talking about how you had to let go but what they really meant is let it be or as brock put it in her inimitable. Way offer the inner whisper of Yes. The third step investigate is where things got truly practical sticking with the Western example sample again he was my boss at the time after. I've acknowledged my feelings and let them be the next move. would be to check out how they're affecting my body. Is it making my face. Hot My chest buzzy my head throb. This strategy sounded intuitively correct to me especially given that I was a guy who's been diagnosed post war. Depression had manifest itself in flu like like symptoms. The final step not identification meant seeing that just because I was feeling angry or jealous or fearful that did not render me a permanently. I angry or jealous person. Those were just passing states of mind. The Brock plans seemed eminently workable to me at as grading as she had seemed at first I now found on something comforting about her manner. She was after all a trained professional in both Buddhism psychotherapy that's Connor who had spent her life helping people? I realize is with a hot blast of self directed opprobrium that yet again I had been unfair. Okay so you're going to hear me. Talk to Tara about her. Her feelings about what I wrote. Yes kinda almost done. I promise you're going to hear me. Talk to Tara about her feelings about what I wrote and then over the course of the interview we're GonNa come back and ways they were very meaningful eating. I think to both of us to how I reacted to her feelings. And we're also GONNA talk about a lot more including her new book about how to use this rain technique in your own life so now to the delight of Connor. I'm GonNa shut up and here. Is Our Brooke. Nice to see you and you. I think this is the second time we've met. The first time we met in. My memory was backstage at some meditation event. And I remember being a little hesitant because I saw you there and I thought I made fun of her a little bit in my book and I didn't know how it was going to go but then you gave me a big hug. So a where are we with that are you. Are You mad at me for the little. It was actually a really great experience for me. Because you know everyb- it's fame and disrepute and you know and you made fun of me some and you also appreciated the thing that most matter to me. Which is the practice of rain and I figured you know I can survive this well? I've talked about this a lot a lot on the show. So my apologies to folks had to hear me hold forth on this too much but I got a three. Do you know what a three sixty review is. If you've ever heard I got one and it basically all the people in our many of the people in my life anonymously commented on my strengths and weaknesses and one of the weaknesses was being judgmental. It'll actually called myself out for that. I just read the passage where I described you in the book and at the end of the passage I basically say we. She's introducing reducing me to this incredible technique. Which is called rain which will dive into and look at me? What a judgmental jerk I am but you I think were really an early victim victim of mine On the score in the meditation world and there was a message for me in it too. Because I'm basically out to wake up and be able to to present things in a way that are going to reach people and I suspected for you my way was had too much of a A A kind of Louis to sweet flavor and I realized. Oh there's going to be a message. People like Dan that that's the way they receive it and I think as we keep ingrowing we just get more flexible ways. We present things so there was room for that. Yes I agree I think yeah you have a way of talking about this that works for hundreds of thousands of people my way of talking about it or thinking about it or acting it out in the world is very different and that's the importance of having many folks out there talking about the Dharma land on this new to me too. It's really it's really exciting to me. Actually and it's exciting when the dialogues happen because basically we're free when we all stretch say more go. Yeah the more first of all as a teacher. The more flexibility I have in how I present things in the more sensitive. I am to the different ways. People receive things the more effective I can be and as a practitioner For instance this morning I was talking to my husband about a book that right now. I'm Reading For the twentieth time. And it's I am that by three nurse Saga Datta and it's a book about non dual reality about seeing how it really constantly looking at. How am I getting identified right in this moment like really seeing past The coagulation of self often recognizing okay. I'm not this particular personality. I'm not this body and recognizing a larger sense of being and so we were talking about at that and I then I just said you know that is fantastic when my mind is quiet enough but if I'm caught in some anxiety for me to say oh I'm not this. Anxiety actually is a subtle way of pushing it away and what's more important as for me to feel the wave of anxiety and in some way I say okay this belongs this is part of this is a wave in the ocean you know and to actually feel it an opening to it and not resisting the identification actually dissolves so the pathway taught in the book that I'm riveted by right. This moment isn't the pathway at any given moment Qatar will at work for many people when they're stuck in a certain way so it just having that Keeping the whole domain of practice actes fresh though in any given moment. There's a an intuitive way to respond to what's arising now that actually deepens freedom and not going by road really is is actually what works in the most deep ways

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Netflix's 'Cheer' invites you to unlearn what you think you know about cheerleading

All Of It

01:04 min | 10 months ago

Netflix's 'Cheer' invites you to unlearn what you think you know about cheerleading

"Me so let's start with what's new on Netflix so probably one of the bloodiest shows out there you know with buzzy when SNL has parried it already is sheer it's a six part series that follows a squad of Texas cheerleaders so what is it that is so engaging about this show yeah it's it's fascinating we done I think one of the things about it is that cheerleading in general is something that everyone knows about prefer lead but maybe hasn't really thought too much about deeply which the documentary does really well it also just tells the stories of the of the women and men on the cheer team so well they'll come from such interesting backgrounds and their lives some of them come from troubled past and their lives are covered and such interesting detail and you follow the team as they go through their competitions working up towards national championships the find the find yourself rooting for them in a way like a in a great sports movie almost let's take a listen to a little bit of the trailer from sheer you can hear some of these different voices of some of the different I guess the young man and I have a kids yeah they're they're they're junior college and they're not yeah okay this year

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Brad Pitt Tells Marc Maron His Personal Life is a Disaster

Celeb News Ride Home

04:09 min | 11 months ago

Brad Pitt Tells Marc Maron His Personal Life is a Disaster

"Pitt and and L. D. C. went on WTI. With Marc Maron. Of course when I say L. D. C.. You know what I'm talking about none other than Leonardo DiCaprio. If if you listened to yesterday's show you should know by now that we're pivoting to calling him. L. D. C.. Leo Is L. D. C.. Now we're doing L. D. C.. Instead of Leo so it just try to keep up a key anyway. The two most famous guys in Hollywood I would probably say Went on W. t.f with Marc Maron and they talked about their film. Once upon a time in Hollywood. I tried desperately to listen to the whole thing but I ended up having to skip around because like come on. I don't have infinite time okay. I'm not a what the fuck buddy. Okay I'm not what the senator I'm not a what the net and just a human being who's desperately trying to become the dirt under Leonardo Nardo DiCaprio's fingernail I mean LDC's fingernail so first of all. We have to talk about how in interview Brad outed himself as a big fan of of Merrin. Not Like I mean yes. Marc Maron the person but I'm specifically talking about his. TV show. Merrin remember that show will apparently Rod Rod pit has seen the entire series three times. There are four seasons of Maryland and brand has watched all of them three times. This is that completely unhinged behavior brought. We need to talk about this. Why are you okay? Okay I feel like it's an extremely depressed. Depressed divorced Dad vibe to watch Merrin the entire series three times in a row anyway the interviews pretty good a few outlets have started reporting reporting on a couple of different parts of it. This part is probably the Buzzy Est.. It's when Mark Marin starts talking to the guys about Paparazzi and the influence that like tabloids have on their lives. Leo Starts by talking about how the `Paparazzi has actually lightened up. And it's not as big a part of his life these days. No it doesn't tonight no no no. It doesn't not not as much anymore. No no thank God. Would they do something usually. There's like this time when you have a movie coming out out or you're starting to do promotion. Where their side sort of on you a lot more the off? But you know I get to. I've been able to escape a lot more. which is it's great and walk around? It's at this point in the interview that you can kind of hear Brad Pitt getting annoyed. He's like why yours have stopped minor still going anyway. Brad jumps in right here a little disgruntled with you. Haven't you haven't waiting on men really. Oh Man Yeah but maybe I'm just I'm just trash MAG fodder I'm like I don't know my Because observe disaster of personal probably very exciting personal poor. Brad I do feel I kind of feel bad for Brad interviewing like he says his personal life is a disaster. I mean you know. He's gone through a lot he's he's gone through a lot. bratty boy I don't have much more to say about the interview but I think Leo Aka. LDC summed it up best. When he said this a little? Kim Yeah Rats is GonNa get you one way or another it's been my motto. I figure there's just nothing you can do L. D. C.. So Oh funny. I think that's funny. I think that they're both funny. I guess I have to listen to the whole thing I have to. I have to do a deep dive on this podcast uncast episode. Because like. How often do we get a listers? Like this going onto podcasts. Like we just we. Just don't get it that often. So yeah I'm Gonna I'm going to give it a listen. You know I'm going to have to become a With the Nadir or whatever what a what did they called the listeners. I don't

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Apple Watch will soon track your Orangetheory workouts

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Watch will soon track your Orangetheory workouts

"Apple watch has picked up another trendy partner as orange theory fitness will roll out a new device other studio that will enable the apple watch to monitor your workout it's called the O. T. B. blank and allows wearers to track their heart rate on orange theory displays and then view the results on an activity app on the iPhone afterwards expect the device in studios by your full twenty twenty it is the second buzzy hook up for the apple watch this month last week they announced a partnership with peloton it solidified apple's push into health and

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"buzzy" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

The Twelve Six Podcast

14:24 min | 1 year ago

"buzzy" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

"On the reasons are playing hearts on my phone was because they play hearts in the at the clubhouse and on the plane and all the guys don't WanNa play I like I said it was never good at card games I didn't know how to play and JV challenged me to figure it out. And I was like Okay so downloaded on my phone. Learned the rules. Because I'm a rule follower so I read all of the instructions and all the rules. I five times over started playing and then told Ashley. Hey I'm playing hearts she got into it and now we will both sit on the couch and not talk to each other now play hearts. We're on this like huge sectional and Elsa on one side and I'll sit on the other time won't be touching interacting talking and all but we're both playing hardships but then like I know you make that noise they saddled with the Queen Spades. Didn't they need like in every time every time so like we are so connected and our disconnection My most og deep dive into old school computer games was like during the world series and through that offseason I went deep into minesweeper minesweeper. I decided that I would not be satisfied until I played the mega minesweeper and beat it and it took me months and then we took a tripped banff for New Year's Eve and like the whole flight out and whole flight back. I was playing minesweeper on my phone and to the degree that Colin was like. Speak to me like acknowledged that I exist. Stop playing minesweeper and I was just hooked and on that trip. I beat the mega minesweeper. And I haven't played it a single time since done you've conquered it icon. There was one of those that I was. I never really got into with you over like this is not for me you tried but I mean honestly minesweepers heart. Yeah I get frustrated. Oh gratification there's it's like it's like Binary Zeros and ones and there's no like graphics honestly that's the reason I don't play video games because I've never been good at at them especially the shooter games or whatever was they. Don't play shooting yes. So they're like oh you should get onto it. You should play play four night with us. We can all do it together. We can play Klay Online and do groups and whatever that Kinda Shit has no. I'm not into. It may be bad at it and then I'm GonNa get frustrated in them and a yell at you. I'm not going to like you and I want to like you so I like all my teammates. They play for night. I don't probably why I think the very last question. We had a couple of questions kind of touching on says but it was the Split there we do between Georgia and Texas putting time between George why we live in Georgia. Why we split between Georgia and Texas? Why are we haven't moved all the way out to Texas and since we live in both was that look like during the season. I mean if I would have known six years ago that we were still be playing waiting for the Houston Astros. Yeah we would have gotten a house. He heard about a house here. Yeah I still don't think we would have spent the offseason here probably not But we would have bought a house just like like for the investment. We've paid so much in rent monthly for the past six years that we definitely could have been should have bought a house. We're both Fr- not originally from Georgia. I was born in Denver for Colin was born just outside of Chicago Naperville but did all like elementary Middle High School in college and Georgia most. That's our parents live in Georgia. My grandparents on my Dad's side live in Georgia both sets of your grandparents in Georgia that there's a lot. There's a lot of people over friends community family. Yeah all in Georgia and and when I was running my business even the minor leagues it was based in Atlanta. So my clients were Atlanta the weddings doing we're in Atlanta. All my like business this networking and like philanthropy type stuff was based in Atlanta. And I think at a certain point you know with friendships and everything. We both care a lot. I mean you mentioned Sunday care a lot about friendship. We both care a lot about community in our community is in Atlanta and it was something that we're just unwilling to do long distance on always I remember in two thousand fourteen when we were looking at buying a house and we thought to ourselves we can move anywhere we want to. We could really. Nothing's erling nothing holding down other than people in Atlanta and thought of moving anywhere else and moving away from these people didn't make sense for us and so we thought we bought this house This is going to be there for us like we're going to be here this. WE'RE GONNA put down some roots because up until then had been so hard to put down roots anywhere. We'd move so many times we're still kind up and down between the big leagues and the Minor Leagues and it was a it was a challenge to stay connected to community so I think getting a house in Atlanta buying a house in Atlanta making that statement statement. This is where we're going to be important for us from from that perspective to say like a we're invested here we're going to. We're going to continue to to be here for at least a little while. Yeah and What it looks like during the season you know when I was still working fulltime up until our first son was two years old? I was still working fulltime and I ran a letter. Press for like the last three four years of my business and a letter. Press if you don't know is an archaic cast iron machine to print paper. You're in the least efficient or technical technological way that exists in present day. I said you you enjoy the Struggle Charl so some bringing Gutenberg stuff. I chose that So it does not mobile. You cannot move a letter press so if I had to print a wedding order business cards or anything I had to go home. I'm so it kind of just split up my life on the baseball season so it used to be before we had kids that if Collin was on a road trip go on the road trip and if he was at home in in Houston I would stay in Atlanta. Because I know Houston looks like so I was just like I'll just go to all the random places with you and then when you go to Houston you're around your friends and your teammates. I'll stay in Atlanta and I'll work so he did that and I would fly the beginning and end of every road trips every eight days then ahead our son Shaw and that worked the first year I still did that. Second Year was working a little bit less than we went to the world series. That was the first time that we like really did a full postseason. And we we're like deep into the season did not come home for like a normal off-season and at the end of that offseason. That's when I closed the business. It was really really hard. It was so much of identity wrapped up into it but honestly all I was working for like less than minimum wage because small business owner running my own business did not put any baseball money into my business. It was all like on. Its own so it was just struggles. Small Business Struggle and had a two year old to take care of an a baseball schedule schedule and a husband that I was trying to keep up with and it was just like it was the odd man out like I fell totally down. Two threads like hang on by thread stress all the time exhausted all the time and I was like something has to give something has to give and it was clearly my business which was yeah tougher me but the right choice and I knew it so after I closed my business and I had the second baby especially this year. We kind of revised the plan. So every time Collina's in home at home for home stand and I will be in Houston when they go on the road. That's when I go home to Atlanta and now he's taken it down to. I stay in Houston three weeks weeks at a time I go to Atlanta one week of the month so I'm about I'm home in Atlanta out seven days every month And I do that. We're building a house now in Atlanta. So so I've been having to go back home to kind of like over that. I'm basically managing the entire build of that house. So like meeting with the contractor and double checking things and picking taking lights and paint and countertops and all the stuff which we're almost done with and also home to like host book club every Thursday? When when Thursday a month I whose book club in our House I I'm still really involved with my Yoga Studio in Atlanta so I go to the studio and do the chalkboards boards for all the upcoming events at the Yoga Studio and take class there. When I'm home I see my friends? We try to help at least one like girls hang time. I just can't not you know like the idea of not connecting back in at home at all during a season is just I would lose so much more by. Why not going home that week then I would gain by having like to less lights on my schedule per month? Yeah and we've kind of found a pretty good balance at this point of how how much being home we need to be doing versus. How much being together we need to be doing We realized pretty early on that three weeks was her Max of being apart. We couldn't do it any more than three weeks being apart or else we both pretty much decided Why are we? Why are we together where we married? We're both very independent people so it it took us a little trial and error but we got to the point where three weeks as our backs and if to be apart for any longer than that than we make whatever adjustments I need to be made to after three weeks of being a part. That's when the fights started about like. Why should you think matter to me and vice versa? Existential why are we doing this. Why do I why should I even even care but no being together is good? Especially now that we've kids. Being a family together is necessary for sure. Yeah now it's totally different like if we left for more than a week at a time you wouldn't be seeing your kids for long stretches of time which people do and it's really tough So yeah it's a decision for family and for marriage marriage to to spend as much time together as we can but they're still enough in Atlanta worth maintaining family. Wise Friendship Wise is real estate. Wise that Yeah that I go home one week a month to just kind of check back in And I felt good about that. My kids have have a lot of Rico player. Points yet are both of our kids more on a plane within the first two months two months of their lives at their first flights were two months. Yeah so they've gotten pretty accustomed to it. None of it's ideal you'll get all the situations and the way you could do it and you're like none of this is like a recommended the ideal radio so you're just kind of like pick the best out of a bunch of complicated options but we've got it worked out pretty well by now. Yep this is our life is what we do. It's it's funny explaining him explaining to people who who don't understand.

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News in Brief 30 October 2019

UN News

03:40 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 30 October 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The secretary general has responded with serious concern to developments in Guinea-bissau following the Firing of the country's prime minister on Monday by President Jose Mateo Vaas who announced a replacement on Tuesday with less than one month to go before the countries presidential elections and to tear she called on all political stakeholders to abide by decisions taken by the West African States regional body echoes. which has sought to find lasting solutions to chronic political instability in guinea-bissau since independence from Portugal in one thousand nine hundred seventy four back in twenty fifteen president vaas exercised his power to dissolve the government then in office which had won a majority in elections the previous year since then there have been seven different the heads of government the president's term in office expired in June but under terms agreed with echoes he will retain the presidency until next month's poll in the hope of being reelected the UN chief called for a peaceful credible and transparent process on the twenty fourth of November and express his condolences for the families of a demonstrator who died during political protests last weekend and the UN Migration Agency IOM on Wednesday condemned in the strongest possible terms the killing of three of its aid workers in south Sudan's Marovo county who were working as volunteers at Ebola screening points along the country's order sparked by the more than year-long outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC two male and one female humanitarian worker were caught crossfire during clashes that broke out in the morning hours of the twenty seventh of October the four year old son of the murdered female aid worker and another female volunteer were so abducted during the attack their whereabouts remain unknown IOM has since suspended Ebola virus screening points at five points of entry to the country Emily is a B. Buzzy Curie Kwa lassou and okaba bordering points between South Sudan and Uganda and the DRC chief of mission for. uh-huh and South Sudan jean-philippe Chelsea said the safety of our personnel is paramount and will not be further jeopardised until we secure guarantees for the security of all our personnel adding that no effort will be spared to support the victims families according to media reports it is still unclear who is behind the latest writing and the same racial stereotyping negative characterizations of people of African descent which were used to justify their enslavement centuries ago continue to harm people and violate their human rights a group of independent human rights experts said on Wednesday presenting a new report to the UN generalists dumbly the ability of people to enjoy basic human rights is being dramatically curtailed by racial bias and decisions made on the basis of false beliefs specifically those targeting people of African descent off mid read who heads up the working group of experts on people of African descent said highlighting the systematic impact of the bias the experts explained people face similar challenges in different countries further they're report analyzes how people are perceived misrepresented and underscores the link between incitement to hate and hate crimes from stereotyping in communication including advertising member states should take resolute action to counter tendencies by heads state educators or enforcement officials to target profile or stigmatize people of African descent the working group chair urged Natalie Hutchinson

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Is WeWork's Business Model Viable?

Digital Business Models

12:17 min | 1 year ago

Is WeWork's Business Model Viable?

"Today we're going to look at the complex topic week which is easily work at viable business model be if you've been following. Actually the news lately you so that we work is pretty much anywhere and why. I don't like to cover things that really into the news because there is a lotta noise around. It's very hard to make sense of it there. Everyone when denning opinion like what's going on. I won't do really highlight. I flew points and really give respective again just because I think it is a lot of noise right now so St John's is a viable business model. It's not an for several reasons now. Let's go point by point to over a few things that we might want to look at when it comes to to we work now we work was at ease was a private company actually still a company that will strain to actually get a go through an IPO was trying to become a public company and the one thing which is interesting interesting is that we work adjust two thousand eighteen. According to several kinds of valuations at our company was worth more than forty billion dollars which which is a lot breath so now one question getting comes to mind Isa are we actually going through a private bobble in terms of private companies education because what's up rent now. It seems that at least in two thousand nineteen the company's got listed as they didn't manage to actually we have a successful appeals and actually manage to go to a really excitement of the market doc it around those companies now. What are the reasons behind it and you know when talking about companies that I feel I'm thinking about companies like Uber or lift or other. There are other companies that are really field this year now. The the the party said I mean look at the the we work financials the one thing that you know this race that of course company now but he arrived from two thousand eighteen eighty two to nineteen with talking about the first Amancio Manso year but this time he also improved. It's expensive quite substantially there things to take into account. If if we work was going to wipe with buzzy the numbers you can imagine that we wouldn't have oldies noise that that he's right now and one thing is also about timing timing timing. It's betty white important as you imagine it can really make or break a company and in in this year that there are the worry about recession that increasing freezing you you can imagine that for a company that could afford to actually go through an IPO without having a viable business model l. A. Becomes very hard when you go through a decision at his video especially when your primary customers are companies that actually are stuffed upset if we go through a decision would be the first companies to actually suffered from it. It's very important also delighted that we work as a really so you know improving its enterprise customers which we're getting that those might seek if we go through a recession but at the meantime on the other end if we think we interbike customers by be using we work as a really an expansion buckner so we'd ally on we work as enterprise company because we're trying to expand the operation with one free since I'm just thinking in terms of me me as a as a potential enterprise customer we work so instead of relying on internal resources and expanding geographically because he may be a recent too risky ASCII because then it becomes harder to to to to cat space and stuff we we use we work as a partner for so again imagine that if we both rotation diseases diseases. I sorta viable which will get cut so again recession. He's hard because for especially for a business model which hasn't proved viable yet yet. It's it's very hard another aspect that you know this when you go through the. We Work Appeal our attempt IPO because it was if you following the news right now you know that the company has withdrawn so far at least delaying the ideal so in might reconsider near enough in a few months things are stopped workout free since death thinking fire quite a quite a few employees but one thing that you know these when you go through a dealer of the as one which is the forum that companies as companies to meet when they after will probably could tell there to meet these form to the SEC has the Security Exchange Commission. What is that. There are a few quite a few buzzwords so so there are many things that we work is is doing that again if the company was a viable business model if we were in a timing where things were working properly. We were not going through are probably the people were not expecting a recession to come. Those things will be steep paths. I think again for many passwords you might use if on the other end you have Saudi auty business that there's nothing that can save you a if you look at the financial companies like starbucks that had somebody uses the buzzwords him in the culture of the company and in many cases companies themselves are caught who are really cultures. Really you know they really try to emphasize. This is when Bet Katcher dating. That's what makes them special even again. Companies are businesses that make money. They need to make money consistently so fittings things had come out to mind when we go to the one we worked. His first world. We work is trying to really redefine a new sort of model which is which combining goals space as now. If you know how commercial real estate works you know that usually what happens is that you ran an office our RSP's commercial space for your company and all you do is really you pay the rent and then free since the end of the year you might be the so called the Camman on Adia maintenance fees. which really are the shared the shared expenses that that the you know the lender the landlord might anticipate for for the commercial tenants? Annan's Gadiya switched. Dan can be spread for for the Commercial you know Florida Florida the the the people renting those commercial spaces at the end of the year depending on the kind of contract that you have of course you can pay the quote the pulmonary maintenance in different ways but again these these important for the landlord in which is a running business because he can actually get back a few of the of a did the expenses that he had on no commercial property and it can be also used as a leverage when you have a contract with a commercial tenant what happens is a union see something like okay. I'm going to reduce the KOMO Nadia maintenance fees. If you WANNA be free since then I amount of money now we were starting to redefine this space by actually adding more to it so that a a company sparked of the we were community that will be using the co working of a company actually would be a retainer so be a monthly Italy fee a subscription fee and that's where the space has a Saturday's comes to police now if we were also voted species said listen if this is. GonNa turn are now to be a viable model. I mean we we're going to look at it in in the instagram and I think it's fine you know people arguing whether accompany bunny can come up with these new analogy and just get we did. I think he can if he has a viable business model again here. The point these I is that the company is in bad timing and in these bad timing where we're going through a recession it's using up the bats words and it's not showing showing a viable business model because again those same words that we're seeing today that were used a back in two thousand sixteen seventeen when we work was considered one of the hottest companies around and valued over forty billion dollars. I think what's making huge difference. He's the fact that the company right now is a very bad timing go there are also that aspects like of the corporate governance had the fact that the recent the the the founder CEO Newman as been having a little control and managing teams out not transparently from from the way it was you know leasing space to the company and also the fact that the company Bunny at Bush's including each for technology company even though again we work a main attempt is really to form a commissioner real estate contract which usually again it's it's a it's simple contracting something which is more on on on Saturday space where you know it's common in software as a service speeds in all the other services industry that we have today in in the in the after throughout the Internet the area where you can just fight several kinds of surveys you leverage on data technology another savviest easiest to actually have have the company spot from being something on on a daily basis now aiding said. Did they really again another another keeping the thing it's about the addressable market where the company argues that had he said these these these market that which can be I think over over three years or something like that tight remember. The exact number is not the when he comes to this will markets cadets beak big question mark when Gumbiner essay these going to be these album is going to be the market in ready the how how do you even know because that depends many variables and you can be really sick as possible or you can dream big but hey at the end of the bench about how economy is going to evolve and you know. It's very a hard to predict so again. is we work a viable business model. It's not and it's not because is not showing yet a bottom line which which it's going to work. ability heats a it's really a bad timing where the company still using buzzwords in a time where you need to be more really sick we're going through and so there are more people which are skeptical about what's going on any future customer base which is made of startups of course the risk is that you're gonna be the you're going to be the first company which is GonNa four once the recession comes and then if you know we asked whether we work is a fraud. I mean if we look at the business itself. Of course it's real business if we city whether the numbers are if we rely on the numbers they gave plus in the financial statements with these these further not something that you know there's going to be an investigation or something things will will you know would would be figuring out right now. It's really understanding that when you don't have a viable business model and you're going through a recession and and you're keep using the male that you'll be using in the past to Pamper your valuation a private market which is less than spying compared to market reasoning to change your mindset need to make sure that you understand that probably market it takes a different approach Yuguang through our session unique understand the context so really for me. This is a lack of understanding on the context right now so that we went through recession understanding that at the same model that used used to get to a fifty billion dollars relation is not the same to actually keep their valuation and five there and that actually when you have a viable business model. It's very eddie easy to argue whether the company is going to work them much or more

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NBC's Upcoming Streaming Service Is Called… Peacock

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:15 min | 1 year ago

NBC's Upcoming Streaming Service Is Called… Peacock

"Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Felony of the Hollywood reporter and Matt. We talk now. A lot about the newcomers comers in the streaming world. These old guard companies warner media et CETERA are spending a fortune and in a way you could argue argue risking a great deal by trying to launch the streaming services and there are different business models. You know you have your your net flicks model where you pay whatever twelve thirteen dollars a month now. We have a Disney coming in with seven dollars a month apple five dollars a month for free if you have a new device all of these things. NBC See has coming is now entering the field kind of behind the other guys with peacock a streamer. That's going to be again a different model yeah and and the key thing here is that NBC universal is owned by comcast which is already a massive distributor. They've cable services other services as well. They are are coming up this from a slightly different perspective and the way that's manifesting is that most comcast cable subscribers will be able to get this new peacock service this with ads for free and they're using it to kind of keep people in their ecosystem and that's a big differentiator here. It's going to be mostly at driven ribbon. There will be a tier where you can pay extra to get it for to get it without ads similar to Hulu but most of the comcast subscribers are GonNa got this with ads. It really shows that while every company right now is trying to get into the streaming game they're doing for different reasons and they're coming at it from a different perspective respect yeah and of course it's causing confusion for consumers and a question of how much are you spending for what but also an incredible bonanza for anybody who has an old old show. I mean they are talking about coming up with reboots of Battle Star. GALACTICA saved by the bell things that you know I I don't even remember burst in some cases existed in the first place the and they're gonNA end. They're gonNA add some original stuff from Mike sure who made the good place and parks and REC and Brooklyn nine nine so you know they're looking as bill McGoldrick Guy who's going to run this thing. We are looking for loud buzzy originals finals so that that can make a name for ourselves. I love it when people are asked about the strategy. What's the strategy. We're looking for compelling program Riley. Everybody we'll talk about okay. Thanks now the big the big bonanza here and there is really a bonanza going on in the TV business if you do not have a TV show and you are atv the writer you may you may start to question your talents because there are a ton of opportunities right now and the biggest are for these libraries shows shows that are proven hits that have been big in syndication are now getting the second windfall from streaming just in the past week we saw. Big Bang theory go for six hundred million dollars just for the streaming part it also re up syndication putting that in the billions of dollars for one show Big Bang theory. This peacock service is going to launch with the office and the office is a massive. NBC Universal Property. They're paying upwards of five hundred million for this. That's great eight news for all the prophet participants on these shows but it's a bad thing for the rights and it's a bad thing for the companies that are trying to license material no because the prices are just sky high right now. Yes it's GONNA pay. I mean the good news. America can rest easy because Dick Wolf is going to get even richer with the massive amount of shows that he has that he can put together and and licensed so Y- what a what a windfall for these guys and in the case of NBC you they are essentially buying the office from themselves so it's not like they are paying an outside studio but they have to set that price because the prophet participants on the show show need to get paid and they are getting paid at this very high valuation that is designed to keep Netflix out. Keep Disney out. Keep all these other bidders. Everyone one is trying to stock up for the streaming. Moore's yes. We've seen a lot of litigation when companies buy things from themselves so people will be watching that closely. Thank you matt

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 Apple plays it safe with iPhone 11 as it pushes new services like Apple TV Plus

The 3:59

07:29 min | 1 year ago

Apple plays it safe with iPhone 11 as it pushes new services like Apple TV Plus

"Good morning and welcome to CNN's daily charges Wednesday September eleventh. I'm an Fox Ruben. The stories okay so after months of rumors leaks and speculation apple revealed its new iphone eleven Tuesday Tuesday it starts at seven hundred dollars that has an upgraded camera and processor but beyond those headlines. There's really not much else to encourage customers to storm apple stores to buy hi it so joan. This event wasn't expected to offer much as far as new iphone invasions. Do you think those expectations were pretty accurate. Yeah Yeah Yeah I would agree on cast over. One of the things that is most innovative is a kind of artificial but it's like the price is the fact that it's a little bit cheaper than like what you would expect considering that you have been tapping those prices so high idea that like the mass availability availibility phone the ones being pegged as being the one that's for the general consumer isn't like a bazillion dollars. There are those pro phones but they're kind of being pitched as being really for or like perfect pro even say pro as opposed to what they were saying last year which were it was the iphone ten ass and the tennis. Max obviously the Max gives gives you some sort of indication that this is for more pro users but they took both of those in basically made them pro phones. I would assume that the expectation that everybody was buying the ten art the Ten our last year was priced at seven hundred fifty dollars this year the iphone eleven price seven hundred when was the last time apple actually lowered prices. They worry worry price. That's a great question by like fifty dollars. This time for their entry level saw the folly in what they were doing. I mean everybody all hands. That makers are having difficulty colty getting people to buy these phones. When there's not a lot of new things you can do with other than stick more powerful processor slam better cameras and give it a little bit better battery life. That's really all anyone can do and that's all that apple's doing here but at least they're not doing it and being also. We'll take another extra one hundred dollars this time around okay. Don't you think they were in doing that. In previous years. It didn't work how it's true. Zero aren't buying the IPHONE IPHONE iphone business has been declining they still make billions upon billions of dollars and the envy of the entire smartphone industry but at the same time it does appear to me if you read through the tea leaves here the writing on the wall whereas Apple realized they needed to restrain their prices with the pro and the pro Max this year the prices stayed the same. They stabilized from last year as well so yeah okay beyond the price. Let's talk about the features but you're right. You're right absolutely the price was really the most interesting part so night. Mode this kind kind of catch up to the Google Pixel. What did you think of that. They were really emphasizing magical it is I mean these things they all good except for the slopes are about to get this loan fees. What did you think of that. I find I like Sophie's Moreland talking poop Emoji from previous years so I could. I could dig a slow Fi. Wait it does doesn't it doesn't talk talk then come on. Give them some credit but no it totally does so what some of the new collars. I hate mentioning new callers honestly because like it's not an invasion but it's something that is appealing people like that. It was something that people really liked about that series when they had that out okay and the other element is with the pro phones longer battery life yeah once you get those you get the three cameras rather than to you so that you have not only the wide angle telephoto another reason why people well that are serious about shooting video and shooting photos would be maybe more interested in up selling themselves to that yeah so. Scott Stein are heroic phone. Reviewer viewer was at Apple's headquarters for this event. Let's check out some of his first impressions for the iphone Eleven. So what you're looking at here is the battery life gains the case extra durability claims for water and for glass string and it's the Camera Camera Camera Camera. How good is the camera on by the way that front facing camera can do slow Mo Selby's now and has a wider area to look at what we'll see night. Mode was also looks. Fantastic is not unique to in fact. It's also on the iphone eleven and that's the question is do you. Maybe want to get the IPHONE. Eleven starts at six hundred ninety nine include the same eight thirteen by chip. It's an aluminum design. Zayn still sports really good better life. It seems and it only has widened ultra white camera not the telephone. We're not getting okay okay so I also want to jump to apple TV plus so while the iphone eleven was kind of a snooze this time around we were kind of expecting that to happen apple TV plus the announcement there was that it was going to be coming out in November verse three five dollars a month and also if you buy new hardware from apple you get the first year free so joan. Is this a compelling offer when you compare it to calm the competitive said well. I mean there's nothing more compelling repelling than free and that's about how much apple should be charging for the service in the sense that they're they're. GonNa have nine things to watch when launches like okay to be fair to Apple. These do seem like high. SPEC shows like sure. I don't know how cool see is going to be but at the same time nobody does know apple's never made program before they've hired like smart people. They've cast really big stars and they're throwing a lot of money at it. which is you know some some of the ingredients that generally can help you get a really good show but they're not going to have a lot of them? They aren't going to be releasing them all at once. So if if you do want to watch the whole thing you're going to have to buy an apple product to get that free subscription pay the five dollars subscription or wait until they all come out and then have the seven day free trial that they're actually going to have for everybody right so I think it's pretty safe to say that there's been a lot of skepticism in the marketplace that Apple TV TV pluses really gonNa make significant waves right especially when there are a lot of competitors that are coming out to go up against prime video net flicks legs so i. I don't want to say the dead in the water or anything like that. Oh no I mean people are going to watch it for sure especially if they're giving it away for free the as a little bonus perk for all these new iphones people are buying an addition to you know during the holiday season when people buy Apple TV's for friends and family in themselves. There's going to be people will just get it for free and so of course they're. GonNa Watch it. I don't think it's going to be that any no. Maybe they'll have big hits. It's just difficult to see why people that aren't prompted by getting it for free and aren't super fans of one of those particular actors like Reese Witherspoon or Jennifer Aniston or Jason Momoa. It's hard to see how there's GonNa. That'd be a mass audience unless they really like find lightning in a bottle and get something that's ridiculously popular now. Buzzy never never count apple out. That's always an important thing to remember but at the same time yeah they do have quite a quite a tough road going ahead with this one for the daily jumped on Fox Ruben. I'm Joni is all. Thanks everybody for joining us.

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"buzzy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On Ruth buzzy or the German soldier who always emerge from behind a bush smoking a cigarette interesting it was cool Johnson was a three time Emmy winner for his work on laughing our next update at five o'clock Cathy Walker Kaylee newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one I found try to get out of town it's a crowded drive on I seventy making your way up from from Jenna see all the way down in Idaho springs and then around the Georgetown and down into Silverthorne it's also crowded drive west of kana for on two eighty five but we've got big problems and I twenty five south and I. twenty five is closed down to the airforce academy your backed up solid back to monument this is a semi truck that's leaking ammonium nitrate and they try to deal with it so south and I twenty five is closed northbound is open you can take from monument are you can head east from monument on one oh five straight into eighty three and the date eighty three south and that will take you into the springs around town we've had our problems westbound I. seventy and I twenty five there's an accident also stalled or but I twenty five a plum creek parkway it's a slow go getting in to the Castro Kerry Park Road Bronco park where you've got an accident and Jordan Lincoln west of Jordan the the your CVS for whether a chance for thunderstorms tonight and again tomorrow afternoon and evening fifty nine overnight ninety tomorrow study what right now this reporter sponsored by Haggerty for people who love cars a Colorado NY collector car insurance only Haggerty has the expertise and passion to protect your car quote at Haggerty dot com slash west with your local agent next update for forty five K. we newsradio Colorado's news traffic and.

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"buzzy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On Ruth buzzy or the German soldier who always emerge from behind a bush smoking a cigarette interesting it was cool but I can't because of the interaction Johnson was a three time Emmy winner for his work on laughing our next update at five o'clock Cathy Walker came away newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one I found try to get out of town it's a crowded drive on I seventy making your way up from from Jenna see all the way down in Idaho springs in that around George down and down into Silverthorne it's also crowded drive west of kana for on two eighty five but we've got big problems and I twenty five south and I. twenty five is closed down to the airforce academy your backed up solid back to monument this is a semi truck that's leaking ammonium nitrate and they try to deal with it so south and I twenty five is closed northbound is open you can take for monument are you can head east from monument on one oh five straight and eighty three and the deck eighty three south and that will take you into the springs around town we've had our problems westbound I. seventy and I twenty five there's an accident also stalled or but I twenty five a plum creek parkway it's a slow go getting in to the Castro Kerry Park Road Bronco parkway you've got accident and Jordan Lincoln west of Jordan the the your CVS for whether a chance for thunderstorms tonight and again tomorrow afternoon and evening fifty nine overnight ninety tomorrow study what right now this reporter sponsored by Haggerty for people who love cars a Colorado NY collector car insurance only Haggerty has the expertise and passion to protect your car quote at Haggerty dot com slash west with your local agent next update for forty five K. we news radio Colorado's news traffic and weather station why wait for Black Friday in November when dell's Black Friday in July is on right now and it's our biggest one ever score incredible deals on the very latest dell computers including laptop starting.

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"buzzy" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"buzzy" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Kid sandlot baseball named than buzzy Grossman. He says, so he and herb. And Shelly in buzzy would play strikeout. I don't know if it was played everywhere, but it was played in the mid west Kirby Puckett told me about playing it in the rubber Taylor home. What was that name buzzy Grossman Kirby Puckett, Kirby liens name was Kirby Puckett, but ceiling baking named Kirby Puckett come on? But so this supposed Kirby Puckett wasn't playing a strikeout in the rubber Taylor homes, housing project, when he was raised in Chicago Seelig says we would use Chuck to draw strike zone on the well at school and one of us would pitch and the other would hit it was simplest could be. But that's always been part of the beauty of baseball one kid can play two kids can play these variations on baseball. We're great ways to pass the hours. They let us imitate our heroes. So he's saying this is part of the beauty of baseball that you can play it with two kids. I guess one kid, I don't know how you can play strike out with one kid, but, but two kids, and he says that's part of the beauty of baseball. He also calls it a variation on baseball. So I don't know if it's still baseball to me play it with one kid, so you and the yes, one other kid. Yeah. So I played this game. I mean everyone's played this game. I didn't. All it strike out. But it was just, you know, throw in, in hitting but I wouldn't call this baseball, I would say, and maybe I'm being too literal here, but to baseball, I think need basis. It's the name. Yeah. I think you need to run around something and you know, be safer out. I mean you can take your with the positions and the dimensions and all of that. But I think you need something to happen after you hit it. I think you need to decide, you know, is it a hit or out based on what happens after the policy put in play? And I think basis is an essential component. No, I mean, I basically agree with that. But I don't know that you I end look, clearly what I'm describing here where you have no feelers base running like that is stretched all the way to the breaking point and maybe beyond it. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe that's beyond on it. But even I mean I'm in saying that would still be terrible baseball. I'm allowing that. It would just be at the very outer edge of, of what you could conceivably call baseball. But so I do think that there is something about the base about having progress that you. Have to make. It's not all homerun or out that you can single you can w can triple..

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Facebook, Lieber And Libra Association discussed on Todd and Don

Todd and Don

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Facebook, Lieber And Libra Association discussed on Todd and Don

"Been to Waco Facebook is teaming up with an array of heavyweight multinational companies to launch this digital currency. It's called Libro in this very ambitious pushed of. Financial services to the billions of the unbanning to live on this planet just today, Silicon Valley social networking, giant officially announced what it's buzzy and secret blockchain team has been working on for a year. A new crypto currency that is rarely aimed at providing fast cheap, secure online payments via smartphones across the globe, sidestepping, the traditional financial system. Okay. Now that scares you don't need a Bank. Don't need a Bank, and that scares banks. You don't need a Bank that scares the hell out of bag. That would scare banks. That's right now, the, the, the project represents striking push from Facebook, and it's a radically, new and reputation risky industry even as the company continues to suffer the weight of two years of scandals ranging from multiple privacy issues. Implications in the spread of hate speech field by genocide and Miramar, and we could go on and on and on more than a dozen more than two dozen companies have enlisted to invest ten million dollars a piece towards this, this. Currency's upkeep in return for a vote in its governance via a not for profit foundation called the libra association now the range from payments firms like MasterCard pay pal and other tech giants, like EBay, Uber Spotify, as well as venture capital, firms blockchain, companies and nonprofit organizations now, Lieber will be a quote stable, currency built on a secure stable, open source blockchain backed by reserve of real assets. And governed by an independent association. It's white paper reads, our hope is to create more access to better cheaper and open financial services, no matter who you are where you live what you do. And how much you have

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Pinterest, Zoom Shares Soar in Trading Debuts

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Pinterest, Zoom Shares Soar in Trading Debuts

"A I blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte. We help clients harnesses powerful technologies to improve business and the world, Deloitte dot com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal and over on Wall Street Pinterest and zoom rise in their trading. Debuts breaking down another big day as twenty nineteen lives up to its reputation as the year for tech IPO's more after these tech headlines. Samsung will look into what caused some galaxy fold phones issue to tech reviewers to malfunction casting doubts over the rollout of the industry's first mainstream foldable screen device despite multiple tech reviewers reporting problems Samsung pledged to make the galaxy full device available April twenty six in the US stating that there was no change to the release as the journal reported some tech reviewers encountered problems after unknowingly peeling off the top layer of the galaxy folds display effectively tearing off part of the phone screen believing. It had been a protective cover it is a hot topic of discussion you can see here and read more about it at wsJcom. Journal says Amazon is checking out of China's fiercely competitive domestic e-commerce market, the company told sellers Thursday that it will no longer operate. It's third party online marketplace on its Chinese website beginning in July, the decision marks an end to a long struggle by America's ecommerce giants in the Chinese market entering the Chinese market with great fanfare in the early two thousands only to struggle in the face of competition from China's faster moving internet titans. And it turns out that Qualcomm is bet on five G is paying off three more than two years of takeover threats, and legal strife, the chipmaker trained its focus on the future promises of five. G two promising results the success of Qualcomm strategy, accelerating spending on five G while staring down existential threats has pushed up the company stock thirty eight percent since Monday's close hitting highs not seen since twenty fourteen coming up it finally happened Pinterest and zoom make their trading debuts. Assessing more of a much hype tech IPO market after this support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. Tears of online image board, Pinterest and conferencing firm zoom video communications Rosen. They're trading debuts Thursday giving the IPO market a boost after the recent high-profile wobble by lift Pinter's stock opened at twenty three dollars and seventy five cents up twenty five percent from its initial public offering price and one of the most anticipated offerings of a year that may break records in terms of dollars raised shares of zoom opened up at sixty five dollars about eighty one percent above their IPO price here to break down a very big day. On Wall Street is the Wall Street Journal's Maureen Farrell joining us in the podcast duty. Oh comporting. Thanks for having me. So how does Thursday's big debut? How does it set the stage for the IPO market going forward? Because I don't know if you've heard, but there's a lot of excitement in the tech IPO's phys. I think it sets it up. Very well. I think a lot of other companies are looking at the performance of zoom of a Pinterest. And I think it's going to. People who are considering it maybe would probably want to go. If you see how well these two companies at least on their first day. And of course, who knows what happens from here, but these were solid two huge debuts. I mean, the pops of zoom in particular more than seventy percent, we rarely seen that that was kind of do a double take at that figure. I was like what does that normal? It's not definitely sort of this darker horse, and the running it seems how did it shape up other than the big jump there that we saw and how do you see it shaping of? I mean, the jump was crazy not only the first day pop. But when you look at it twenty seventeen January raised capital, it was you'd at a billion dollars. So even when it went public before the jump. It was went to ten billion dollars, which is crazy to see in just a little over a year from private to public. And then, you know, an ended the day up even higher so it's a an incredible debut. I think a lot of people in Silicon Valley know, the company they used. Videoconferencing software. But I think a lot of other, you know, the broader public didn't know it as well as Pinterest, but there's excitement and its revenue and financial profiles. Incredible. The growth is really fast. There's a substantial revenue already, and it has profits and Pinterest as well very attractive to investors during its roadshow. What in particular pop for Pinterest? I think and potential investors really liked the growth story. It's still growing a lot. It's losses or not as steep as a lot of other tech companies. They're narrowing they don't necessarily need the cash as much they're getting a much closer. I mean, they're still not profitable. But they're not burning a ton of cash is this unusual for two companies with multibillion dollar valuations to go public like this on the same day. What do we make of it? We've seen it before. But not a ton. And there they were on each exchange. Zoom was on NASDAQ Pinterest on the NYSE. I think it just shows how hot the market is. Runs kind of racing to get out there. So they're only so many days and having said that up next is Uber. What else do we have to look forward to? It's still early issue in the year mover. Other names, we hear about it around or slack post meets the delivery service, those alone, and they'll be tons more. But those are three of the big names like the buzzy est as of late Maureen Farrell, it's a busy day. Like, we said, and we appreciate the time. Thanks. Thank you for all the latest details on all things tech IPO's in twenty nineteen follow latest coverage at wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing im Tanya boost does in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening.

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Investors Prepare for Pinterest, Zoom IPOs

WSJ What's News

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Investors Prepare for Pinterest, Zoom IPOs

"Pinterest and zoom make their public debut on Thursday. The companies are part of a wave of tech IPO's expected this year, but there's a little more caution in the air after ride hailing company. Lifts stumble. Earlier this month. Joining me now with the details is Wall Street Journal reporter Corey dri. Bush Corey these are two very different companies online image board Pinterest and videoconferencing companies zoom, but there are high expectations for both heading into this. Yes, it's really interesting to watch this pair of technology unicorns as you will which means that they were valued at one billion dollars prior to the IPO at least one billion dollars. And to watch them come on board in the last couple of weeks and beyond the roads pitching to investors Pinterest is has been very well-known. It's very buzzy. It's been kind of a venture capital, darling. Raised a lot of money and to see them going. There was this expectation that they were gonna get a really large valuation and in their initial filing. Their price range was below would have put them at evaluation just under the private market valuation of just over twelve billion dollars in zoom on the other hand is this video conferencing company that doesn't have as much consumer name recognition. However, Silicon Valley executives love to use it, and they're all very familiar with it and many of the fund managers who are looking to buy the stock. Also are familiar with it, and it has had explosive growth and one crazy status two years ago when Pinterest was valued at about twelve billion dollars zoom was just valued at about one billion dollars. And now both are seeking the public markets and their Kurt and range of. About ten billion dollars valuation. So it's been a really interesting trajectory for both

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"buzzy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It would save thousands of lives by limiting violent gang members and criminals and terrorists from entering the country. It would slow the flow of dangerous illegal drugs. It would prevent the overloading of emergency rooms in welfare programs, and it would protect jobs of those here legally. But I don't know how many people would give up a day of their lives if it would add one mile. Keeping a radical leftist on the court forever to write law. I'm sure there's gonna be people calling and writing how do I do it? How do I would love to give route mater they've already offered her their hearts, they have offered their kidneys. Some have offered their genitals. Whatever it takes to keep buzzy Ginsburg alive. Just ten thousand people gave a day of their lives. Ruth buzzy Ginsburg, why we could have her on the court for twenty seven more productive. Anybody seen the movie on Netflix bird box? Have you seen it? You know, the premise behind the movie. It's fast. It's a horror movie and the monster or monsters are invisible. But if you see them it renders, you suicidally insane. And so everybody to survive has to either be blind or wear blindfolds..

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"buzzy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It would save thousands of lives by limiting violent gang members and criminals and terrorists from entering the country. It would slow the flow of dangerous illegal drugs. It would prevent the overloading of emergency rooms in welfare programs, and it would protect jobs of those here legally. But I don't know how many people would give up a day of their lives if it would add one mile. Keeping a radical leftist on the court forever to write law. They'll give up a day of. I'm sure there's gonna be people calling and writing how do I do it? How do I would love to give route they've already offered her their hearts, they have offered their kidneys. Some have offered their genitals. Whatever it takes to keep route buzzy Ginsburg alive. If just ten thousand people gave a day of their lives through Ruth buzzy Ginsburg, why we could have her on the court for twenty seven more productive anybody seen the movie net flicks bird, vox, if you've seen it. You know, the premise behind the movie. It's fast, and it's a horror movie and the monster or monsters are invisible. But if you see them it renders, you suicidally insane. And so everybody to survive has to either be blind or wear blindfolds. Now, there's a lesson here. Here's a look at the roads sponsored by on bound dot org on thirty five southbound.

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"buzzy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It would save thousands of lives by limiting violent gang members and criminals and terrorists from entering the country. It would slow the flow of dangerous illegal drugs. It would prevent the overloading of emergency rooms in welfare programs, and it would protect jobs of those here legally. But I don't know how many people would give up a day of their lives if it would add one mile. Keeping a radical leftist on the court forever to write law. They'll give up, and I'm sure there's gonna be people calling and writing how do I do it? How do I would love to give route they've already offered her their hearts, they have offered their kidneys. Some have offered their genitals. Whatever it takes to keep route buzzy Ginsburg alive. If just ten thousand people gave a day of their lives, Ruth, buzzy Ginsburg, why we could have her on the court for twenty seven more productive. Anybody seen the movie on Netflix bird, vox? If you've seen it. You know, the premise behind the movie. It's fascinates a horror movie and the monster or monsters are invisible. But if you see them it renders, you suicidally insane. And so everybody to survive has to either be blind or wear blindfolds..

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"buzzy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It would save thousands of lives by limiting violent gang members and criminals and terrorists from entering the country would slow the flow of dangerous illegal drugs. It would prevent the overloading of emergency rooms in welfare programs, and it would protect jobs of those here legally. But I don't know how many people would give up a day. Of their lives if it would add one mile. But keeping a radical leftist on the court forever to write law. They'll give up, and I'm sure there's gonna be people calling and write a how do I do it? How do I would love to give route mater they've already offered her their hearts, they have offered their kidneys. Some have offered their genitals. Whatever it takes to keep buzzy Ginsburg alive. If just ten thousand people gave a day of their lives. Ruth buzzy Ginsburg, why we could have her on the court for twenty seven more productive. Anybody seen the movie on Netflix bird box? If you've seen it. You know, the premise behind the movie. It's fast, and it's a horror movie and the monster or monsters are invisible. But if you see them it renders, you suicidally insane. And so everybody to survive has to either be blind or wear blindfolds. Now, there's a lesson here. We.

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Hundreds killed after volcanic eruption triggers tsunami

Let's Talk Future

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds killed after volcanic eruption triggers tsunami

"Returned now to Washington no deal to end the government shutdown the Senate closed until at least Thursday, no date set for a vote to reopen. The government the White House and Senate Democrats both digging in their sides of funding for a border wall. ABC's Tara Palmeri is at the White House meeting with Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, vice president Pence offered two point one billion dollars for the wall. He also asked they loosen restrictions on how border security money is spent but this is much lower than the five billion that President Trump originally asked for an even that Schumer says they are still very far apart Washington insider, Jamie. With his take on the standoff, you can tap the Jamie button in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. An animatronic from an older show at Disney's Epcot reportedly has been stolen. Buzzy is part of the cranium command attraction, which was part of the wonders of life pavilion. Disney sources say that the person knew about the old site which was set to be condemned for structural issues and took it though how without being noticed. No, one is exactly sure arrests have reportedly been made, but buzzy is still missing. And anyone who knows where he is should call the Orange County sheriff's office. Daniel Vargas ninety six point five WDBO, it's nine oh, three your news ninety six point five WDBO. There's a reason we invented things

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"buzzy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

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Amazon Tests Cashierless Tech for Bigger Stores

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Amazon Tests Cashierless Tech for Bigger Stores

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from SAP. Concur employees can submit expenses and invoices from anywhere, and you get the visibility and control you need to drive your business forward. Learn more at concur dot com slash W, s j. This is tech news briefing im Tanya Cousteau's reporting from the newsroom in New York. And as we speak Amazon is testing its cashier 'less checkout technology for bigger stores. This is according to a new report in the journal if successful a look at how that shakes up brick and mortar retailers will talk about it after these tech headlines. Cybersecurity specialists say that Marriott international missed a significant chance to halt its data security breach years earlier, while Marriott international says it responded quickly when it learned in recent weeks of a colossal theft of consumer data journal reports that in twenty fifteen Starwood reported, much smaller breach. And at a more thorough investigation could have uncovered the attackers who instead were able to lurk in its reservation system for three more years. Marriott began sending out emails to customers last Friday when it learned that hackers may have gained access to passport numbers travel details and in some cases credit card information for the very latest details on the security breach had to wsJcom or the WSJ app. So apparently there is a race to make electric buses taxis and trucks and China is the only one in it at the moment. The journal says that Chinese makers produced ninety nine percent of electric buses deployed globally from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen electronic vehicles are at the heart of Beijing's made in China twenty twenty-five industrial strategy which calls for manufacturers to achieve dominance at home and success abroad in critical future technologies. China is also forging ahead, and it's adoption of electronic passenger cars case in point seven hundred forty six thousand were sold in the country in the January to October period compared with one hundred fourteen thousand commercial EVT's and quick side note, while you're looking the other way, Microsoft quietly became the world's most valuable company. The moment came last Friday when Microsoft managed to unseat apple for the top spot with a market cap of eight hundred fifty one point three six billion dollars nearly four billion. Ian, higher than the iphone maker to get their Microsoft had to outpace Amazon, Facebook and Google owner alphabet Inc. The journal has more on how the resurgence can be traced to CEO Sati and Adela prioritizing of selling computer devices over buzzy consumer electronics coming up racing to make their businesses. More convenient Amazon tests out cashier 'less technology at stores. Amazon as experimenting with a new cashier less system. Already in use at seven Amazon, go convenience stores in places like Seattle, Chicago. And San Francisco the company plans to build more of these small stores here to talk more about what a cashier less Amazon. Go store looks like and how soon you may or may not expect this kind of tech and a store near you is the Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens joining us from San Francisco. Hey, Laura, I Tanya, so currently they're using the systems. These new cashier 'less Techsystems and several Amazon go stores just to get a feel of how this tech specifically works as with everything we're being tracked rate, can you walk us through how this basically works said if if one were to enter one of these Amazon goes stores, what you do is you download the app you walk into the store, and there's kind of these kiosks as you walk in. And you scan the app which has a code on it. The technology is going to be tracking. You it'll see what you pick up what you put down and hopefully charge you accurate. When you walk out. You don't have to stop you can just walk out without paying you will still be paying. But that's how it weren't. All right. So it's sort of been this experiment in place, thus far logistically is there a lot. They need to work out before they, you know, take the next steps to expand this project or what's been what's been the case. Well, actually, the stores that they have right now are are working very well. So those are typically between about one thousand two twenty five hundred square feet s-, and they're very small imagine. Like, a seven eleven type convenience store the space you're looking at so what they're working on. Now is testing out to see if they can move it into a bigger store format. So something more like whole foods, which they purchased last year. And that's where you run into a challenge because think about it that ceilings are so high. There's so many different types of objects in that store, it's going to be a more complicated thing for the AI or machine learning to figure out how to track all those different items in charge you correctly. This really just carries. The conversation. We've been having a write about how brick and mortar retailers or getting shakeup, Amazon, Amazon's technology, it's proving again to be a a threat to the the establishment. What's call it? Right. So obviously all these companies are scrambling to try to make it more convenient to grocery shop or for anything because consumers have gotten very used to be able to get their their orders from Amazon or other places even within a couple of days, or even now a couple of hours and Amazon goes the next iteration of that because it's just a very convenient experience the able to walk in and walk out without having to spend any time in the store other than what you wanna spend. So it's definitely going to be an added challenge if I can figure out how to make this work in a bigger store formats for the broader retail industry, and they're working to make this stuff better all the time right to make things more and more effortless, and convenient that's how they get us. And the tech that's already in place that these Amazon goes stores. Do you see festival admits to this kind of technology, right? Well, it's interesting. So it's a machine learning algorithm. That's kind of helping teach it how to do these things. So those just generally learn and improve on their own. I've toured a couple of the stores even with Amazon executives, and it was interesting because I was in a new one just the other day and realized that originally they'd had to have all these little dots all over the sandwich wrapper because they look so similar that the technology couldn't tell what you're but they've actually removed those now, and they just have a normal label on it. And I was talking with the executive about it. And he was saying, yeah, you know, it's just, you know, the m- the machine learnings getting so good that we don't have to have all the dots to help distinguish. So it's really interesting how they've been able to improve just in the short course of a year that has been publicly open. It's been some fast moving tech. As it always is Laura Stevens. Thank you so much. Thank you, Wall Street Journal reporter, Laura Stevens covers all things Amazon, and I do meet every last thing for the journal, you can read more at wsJcom and for more tech podcast. Check out our latest instant message from personal tech homes. David. Pierce? No, lack of tech podcast from the Wall Street Journal that wraps up this installment of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.

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"buzzy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Breaking news Ruth buzzy Ginsburg admitted to the hospital after fracturing three ribs in a fall. She was taken to George Washington hospital this morning. According to a court spokesman Ginsburg is fractured three ribs in the fall. And. Yeah. Tests show that faction fractured three ribs on the left side. Ruth Ginsburg have survived several fights with cancer. She had heart surgery in two thousand fourteen according to CNBC, she has beaten pancreatic and colon cancer closer, beating pancreatic cancer is a big deal. Pancreatic cancer in both caller cancer two or two of the deadliest forms, and you remember they had shortly around the nomination at Gorsuch. And after that Cavanaugh, remember the left put out this video of the Rb, g workout. The Ruth buzzy Ginsburg. It it looked it looked like I'm having a mental block. What you call it. Your shadow box out. There you kick kickboxing. Out there doing this stuff. And they said when they put it out that mere mortals couldn't hope to keep up with her. That you and me we would we wouldn't be able to last a minute. Doing the Ruth, baiter Ginsburg workout. And they had about two seconds two seconds of video where it looked like she was. Shadowboxing? You know, women are fascinated by boxing. I found this that there and then go through the motions that what she was doing. And now apparently young people people under thirty are offering our BG their own ribs. On social media, and whatever organs that she might need. I am not making this up. Is McClatchy news story? There's a tweet out there. I love how every person of the age of thirty on Twitter is currently offering route buzzy Ginsburg their ribs, and any other internal organ that she might need. Well, they know they know what's. What's up now, the the firing of Jeff Sessions now I haven't forgotten. I haven't we're going to get to it. It's it's right up next in the stack. But there's some things that I want to focus on I and go to your phone calls here today in this hour didn't get to do that yesterday because of the press conference. But I think this is a this is one of these stories you're not gonna hear it anywhere else. You're you're not you're not gonna see cable. You might see an obscure cable news panel discussion on this on a Saturday afternoon or a Saturday morning. But I think the story here is. Really, really zeroing. In on what the left is really really thinking about here. And they would be thinking about this, regardless of the outcome of the election. But this election, particularly it has refocused them. And it's coming from the media. It's coming from an NBC reporter. And I'm telling you the media today. There's no difference in them and left wing, political strategists, enacts activist. You name it. They aren't really journalists says that whole press conference yesterday. Indicated NBC news intelligence and national security reporter, Ken Dolan. Neom is openly wondering how much longer the American majority will tolerate being pushed around by a rural minority. Now, this all got kicked off by a tweet. From somebody and the tweet was this Senate popular vote Democrats forty million five hundred thousand which is fifty five percent Republicans thirty one million thirty one and a half or so we're looking here at the at the Democrats in this way of looking at things with basically nine or eight million more votes advantage. Let me start again since there's a lot of numbers in it's confusing. Here's the tweet Democrats. I'm going around the number forty million votes for fifty five percent Republicans thirty one million votes for forty three percent. And yet the Republicans pick up three seats in the Senate, and this guy whoever sent this tweet somebody Mark Kopolovich. Is outraged. Now, this is a great illustration of how pathetic..

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"buzzy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Breaking news Ruth buzzy Ginsburg admitted to the hospital after fracturing three ribs in a fall. She was taken to George Washington hospital this morning. According to a court spokesman Ginsburg is fractured three ribs in the fall. And. Yeah, Tesha that factio fractured. Three ribs on the left side. Ruth Ginsburg have survived several fights with cancer. She had heart surgery in two thousand fourteen according to CNBC, she has beaten pancreatic and colon cancer. Those are beating pancreatic cancer is a big deal. Pancreatic cancer in both caller cancer two or two of the deadliest forms, and you remember they had shortly around the nomination a Gorsuch. And after that Cavanaugh, remember the left put out this video of the Rb, g workout. The Ruth buzzy Ginsburg. It looked it looked like I'm having a mental block. What you call with your shadow box out there. You kickboxing? Out there doing that stuff? And they said when they put it out that mere mortals couldn't hope to keep up with her. That you and me we would we wouldn't be able to last a minute. Going the route, baiter Ginsburg workout. I. And they had about two seconds of it two seconds of video where it looked like she was. Shadowboxing? You know, women are fascinated by boxing. I found this that they're going to go through the motions that what she was doing. And now apparently young people people under thirty are offering our BG their own ribs. On social media, and whatever organs that she might need. I am not making this up. Is McClatchy news story? There's a tweet out there. I love how every person of the age of thirty on Twitter is currently offering route buzzy Ginsburg their ribs, and any other internal organ that she might need. Well, they know they know what's. Know what's up now the the firing of Jeff Sessions. No, I haven't forgotten. I haven't we're going to get to it. It's it's right up next in the stack. But there's some things that I want to focus on I go to your phone calls here today in this hour didn't get to do that yesterday because of the press conference. But I think this is a this is one of these stories you're not gonna hear it anywhere else. You're not you're not gonna see cable. You might see an obscure cable news panel discussion on this on a Saturday afternoon or a Saturday morning. But I I think the story here is. Really, really zeroing. In on what the left is really really thinking about here. And they would be thinking about this, regardless of the outcome of the election. But this election, particularly it has refocused them. And it's coming from the media. It's coming from an NBC reporter and on telling you the media today. There's no difference in them and left wing political strategists in hacks activists you name it. They aren't really journalists says that whole press conference yesterday. Indicated NBC news intelligence and national security reporter, Ken delay is openly wondering how much longer the American majority will tolerate being pushed around by a rural minority. Now, this all got kicked off by a tweet. From somebody and the tweet was this Senate popular vote Democrats forty million five hundred thousand which is fifty five percent. Republicans thirty one million thirty one and a half or so we're looking here at the at the Democrats in this way of looking at things with basically a nine or eight million more votes advantage. Let me start again since a lot of numbers in it's confusing. Here's the tweet Democrats. I'm going around the number forty million votes for fifty five percent. Republicans thirty one million votes for forty three percent. And yet the Republicans pick up three seats in the Senate, and this guy whoever sent this tweet somebody Mark couple Ovatch. Is outraged. Now, this is a great illustration of how pathetic..

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"buzzy" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KTRH

"Breaking news Ruth buzzy Ginsburg admitted to the hospital after fracturing three ribs in a fall. She was taken to George Washington hospital this morning. According to a court spokesman Ginsburg is fractured three ribs in the fall. And. Yeah. Tests show that faction fractured three ribs on the left side. Ruth Ginsburg has survived several fights with cancer. She had heart surgery in two thousand fourteen according to CNBC she has beaten pancreatic and colon. Cancer are beating pancreatic cancer is a big deal. Pancreatic cancer in both caller cancer two or two of the deadliest forms, and you remember they had shortly around the nomination of Gorsuch. And after that Cavanaugh, remember the left put out this video of the Rb, g workout. The Ruth buzzy Ginsburg. It it looked it looked like I'm having a mental block. What you call with your shadow box out there. You kickboxing? They were out there doing that stuff. And they said when they put it out that mere mortals couldn't hope to keep up with her. That you and me we would we wouldn't be able to last a minute. Doing the Ruth, baiter Ginsburg workout. And they had about two seconds of it two seconds of video where it looked like she was. Shadowboxing? You know, women are fascinated by boxing. I found is that they're going to go through the motions. And that was she was doing and now apparently young people people under thirty are offering BG their own ribs. On social media, and whatever organs that she might need. I am not making this up. This is McClatchy news story. Here's a tweet out there. I love how every person of the age of thirty on Twitter is currently offering route buzzy Ginsburg their ribs, and any other internal organ that she might need. Well,.

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"buzzy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And so they didn't make any suggestion ruth buzzy ginsburg that she retire now where are they now a situation in all of their brilliance in all of their strategic tactician brilliance they never conceived of this so i do think we need to redefine smart because these people ain't it they are said to be the best and brightest and so smart we can't even keep up with them but it's the other way around there so arrogant and self focused that that they have no room for intelligence and certainly not any intellectual growth because they already know everything so now the left realizes this gigantic tactical error and i have a story this made me laugh and there is a a swirling controversy over this the story is in politico l let me let me just make sure political magazine and here's the headline i'd not ruth buzzy ginsburg is what does she now eighty one or eighty two i forget it's eighty three she's been in poor health off and on for a number of years lesser heart and she's hung in there because you know she she doesn't want trump naming her replacement she just doesn't the headline of the story political magazine it's by somebody named ben shrek injure i did ruth bader ginsburg workout it nearly broke me pumping iron with ruth baiter ginsberg's personal trainer is no joke you kidding me have a twentysevenyearold strapping young well i don't know how much you can describe a leftist journalist strapping but by comparison i guess you could twentysevenyearold twentyeightyearold journalists claiming that ruth buzzy ginsberg's workout nearly destroyed him in the early hours of november nine the stock markets began to rally on the news at trump's upset win there was another dramatic spike afoot interested in the bone density and the cholesterol levels of an eighty three year old woman from flatbush new york many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor route buzzy ginsburg the oldest and perhaps the most liberal justice on the supreme court had enough gas in the tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump will get a chance to fundamentally alter the balance of the court by repeal oh that's another thing i should have mentioned this device for sure they better not fall into this balance of the court business that's irrelevant that's another liberal construct wait a minute you can't nominate a conservative to replace ruth buzzy ginsburg then would upset the balance there is no balance of the court the only balance the law is the scales of justice that's what i mean there's no political balance on the court this needs to be nuked and done away with a sap in every conservative out there had better learn real quick don't fall for this business of he concerned with the balance of the court there shouldn't even be that character reservation at any rate many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor ruth buzzy ginsburg had enough gas at a tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump or get a chance to name her replacement as it turns out the answer to the question lies largely in the hands of a staffer in the corks office u s district court for the district of columbia asked earlier this month about the most important person in.

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"buzzy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And so they didn't make any suggestion ruth buzzy ginsburg that she retire now where are they now a situation in all of their brilliance in all of their strategic tactician brilliance they never conceived of this so i do think we need to redefine smart because these people ain't it they are said to be the best and brightest and so smart we can't even keep up with them but it's the other way around there so arrogant and self focused that they have no room for intelligence and certainly not any intellectual growth because they already know everything so now the left realizes this gigantic tactical error and i have a story this made me laugh and there is a a swirling controversy over this the story is in politico let me just make sure political magazine and here's the headline i not ruth buzzy ginsburg is what does she now eighty one or eighty two i forget it's eighty three she's been in poor health off and on for a number of years lesser heart and she's hung in there because she she doesn't want trump naming her replacement she just doesn't the headline of the story political magazine it's by somebody named ben shrek injure i did ruth bader ginsburg workout it nearly broke me pumping iron with ruth baiter ginsberg's personal trainer is no joke kidding me have a twentysevenyearold strapping young well i don't know how much you can describe a leftist journalist strapping but by comparison i guess you could twentysevenyearold twentyeightyearold journalists claiming that ruth buzzy ginsberg's workout nearly destroyed him in the early hours of november nine the stock markets began to rally on the news at trump's upset win there was another dramatic spike afoot interest in the bone density and the cholesterol levels of an eighty three year old woman from flatbush new york many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor route buzzy ginsburg the oldest and perhaps the most liberal justice on the supreme court had enough gas in the tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump will get a chance to fundamentally alter the balance of the court by reply oh that's another thing i should have mentioned this device shirley they better not fall into this balance of the court business that's irrelevant that's another liberal construct wait a minute you can't nominate a conservative to replace ruth buzzy ginsburg would upset the balance there is no balance of the court the only balancing the law is the scales of justice that's what i mean there's no political balance on the court this needs to be nuked and done away with a sap in every conservative out there had better learn real quick don't fall for this business of he concerned with the balance of the court there shouldn't even be that characterization at any rate many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor roof buzzy ginsburg had enough gas in a tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump get a chance to name her replacement as it turns out the answer the question lies largely in the hands of a staffer in the clerks office us district court for the district of columbia asked earlier this month about the.

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"buzzy" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And so they didn't make any suggestion ruth buzzy ginsburg that she retire now where are they now a situation in all of their brilliance in all of their strategic tactician brilliance they never conceived of this so i do think we need to redefine smart because these people ain't it they are said to be the best and brightest and so smart we can't even keep up with them but it's the other way around there so arrogant and self focused that that they have no room for intelligence and certainly not any intellectual growth because they already know everything so now the left realizes this gigantic tactical error and i have a story this made me laugh and there is a a swirling controversy over this the story is in politico let me let me just make sure political magazine and here's the headline i'd not ruth buzzy ginsburg is what does she now eighty one or eighty two i forget it's eighty three she's been in poor health off and on for a number of years lesser heart and she's hung in there because she she doesn't want trump naming her replacement she just doesn't the headline of this story political magazine it's by somebody named ben shrek injure i did ruth bader ginsburg workout it nearly broke me pumping iron with ruth baiter ginsberg's personal trainer is no joke kidding me have twentysevenyearold strapping young well i don't know how much you can describe a leftist journalist of strapping but by comparison i guess you could twentysevenyearold twentyeightyearold journalists claiming that ruth buzzy ginsberg's workout nearly destroyed him in the early hours of november nine the stock markets began to rally on the news at trump's upset win there was another dramatic spike afoot interested in the bone density and the cholesterol levels of an eighty three year old woman from flatbush new york many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor route buzzy ginsburg the oldest and perhaps the most liberal justice on the supreme court had enough gas tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump will get a chance to fundamentally alter the balance of the court by oh that's another thing i should've mentioned this device surely they better not fall into this balance of the court business that's irrelevant that's another liberal construct wait a minute you can't nominate a conservative to replace ruth buzzy ginsburg then would upset the balance there is no balance of the court the only balancing the law is the scales of justice that's what i mean there's no political balance on the court this needs to be nuked and done away with a sap in every conservative out there had better learn real quick don't fall for this business of he concerned with the balance of the court there shouldn't even be that characterization at any rate many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor roof buzzy ginsburg had enough gas at a tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump or get a chance to name her replacement as it turns out the answer to the question lies largely in the hands of a staffer in the clerk's office us district court for the district of columbia asked earlier this month about the.

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"buzzy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And so they didn't make any suggestion ruth buzzy ginsburg that she retired now where are they now a situation in all of their brilliance in all of their strategic tactician brilliance they never conceived of this so i do think we need to redefine smart because these people ain't it they are said to be the best and brightest and so smart we can't even keep up with them but it's the other way around there so arrogant and self focused that they have no room for intelligence and certainly not any intellectual growth because they already know everything so now the left realizes this gigantic tactical error and i have a story this made me laugh and there is a a swirling controversy over this the story is in politico l let me let me just make sure big political magazine and here's the headline i not ruth buzzy ginsburg is what does she now eighty one or eighty two i forget it's eighty three she's been in poor health off and on for a number of years lesser heart and she's hung in there because you know she she doesn't want trump naming her replacement she just doesn't the headline of the story political magazine it's by somebody named ben shrek injure i did ruth bader ginsburg workout it nearly broke me pumping iron with ruth baiter ginsberg's personal trainer is no joke you're kidding me have a twentysevenyearold strapping young well i don't know how much you can describe a leftist journalist of strapping but by comparison i guess you could twentysevenyearold twentyeightyearold journalists claiming that ruth buzzy ginsberg's workout nearly destroyed him in the early hours of november nine the stock markets began to rally on the news at trump's upset win there was another dramatic spike afoot interest in the bone density and the cholesterol levels of an eighty three year old woman from flatbush new york many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor route buzzy ginsburg the oldest and perhaps the most liberal justice on the supreme court had enough gas in a tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump will get a chance to fundamentally alter the balance of the court by oh that's another thing i should've mentioned this device for sure they better not fall into this balance of the court business that's irrelevant that's another liberal construct wait a minute you can't nominate a conservative to replace ruth buzzy ginsburg then would upset the balance there is no balance of the court the only balancing the law is the scales of justice that's what i mean there's no political balance on the court this needs to be nuked and done away with ace app in every conservative out there had better learn real quick don't fall for this business of he concerned with the balance of the court there shouldn't even be that characterization at any rate many people wanted to know whether two time cancer survivor roof buzzy ginsburg had enough gas at a tank to outlast the trump presidency or whether trump or get a chance to name her replacement as it turns out the answer to the question lies largely in the hands of a staffer in the clerks office us district court for the district of.

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"buzzy" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"buzzy" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"No warm buzzy is what we tried spicy is the super hot one and then there's like atomic is like super cold and here's the thing and it gives you this little buzzy sensation it felt great turn me on i got home and i might clear are still very much alive not so much warm and fuzzy hi i'm here and i felt much more attaching connected to it we're actually talking about joe's warm and buzzy which you can check out at sex with emily dot com slash joe because i'm sure you wanna know what the hell were out hey i hope you enjoy this interview with jordan we had a lot of fun and i know you're going to learn a lot thanks for listening i'm really excited for my friend jordan arben derby on the show right now i can't say last name but we've been friends for really longtime and it's been a while like we were the oj podcast it's right when i started my show in two thousand six i remember your show being in the category that i joined which i think was like self help or something and i tunes yeah i tunes and you're the only show that i know that still exists from those days at all right we're talking eleven how many years ago it's eleven and a half almost twelve years because we were before corolla before rogan before we were just too long people sitting out there and i tuned podcast and you remember you to dig defined podcast on itunes there's all text navigations podcast dash health dash self help and then it was like text list it's like sex with emily and then a bunch of other people that don't exist in exactly and now it's us we're the we're the last men and women's standings from the old days so i'm so glad that you're here and visiting and you have a new podcast it's called the jordan harbinger show because harbinger i'm really creative with daming things so i just decided to use my own name by.

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