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Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:45 sec | 12 min ago

Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

"Going on from second on back that's allowed Chris Bush or to pull away. At a quarter length of the backstretch, but it is good racing from second on back Kyle Larson and the number two position. William Byron is on his way to third with their teammate Elliot in for like three wild dogs trying to run down the car in the middle of the street. That dog is Giving chase. That's Larson. Byron Elliot, the car That's Chris Buscher, Dave, and they're not catching the car right now. Right now. He is in a class by himself. Water broken by three. Carlin's seven, Byron incurred three more back to fourth place, Stay selling, and Martin Truex Jr. The lone Toyota in the top five. He is starting to catch up on the front four battle right now, using the top side of the racetrack hardened tracks, junior.

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Fresh "Byron" from Programming

Programming

00:38 sec | 49 min ago

Fresh "Byron" from Programming

"Parts story as a nurse, not making it to work was not an option. But driving through the snow with my wiper blades struggling. I just didn't feel safe. So I pulled into a Reilly auto parts. And before I knew it, and employee was offering to install the wiper blades on my car. I got to stay out of the snow for a moment and I still made it to work on time. All right, Oh, parts. Continuing work the green flag here at Homestead Miami Speedway. Chris Bush's lead has grown to 2.6 seconds over William Byron. Brad Keselowski third. Kurt Busch is fourth. And Joey Logano rounds out the top 5 19.

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Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:45 sec | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

"How about this Chris pusher now leading at Homestead Miami Speedway. The first time he's ever lead here. It wasn't handed to a Mike Bagley. He reached out and took it away. He was working on breakfast. Lasky for about 15 last He finally got the job done. He has pulled away from Brad on now, William, firing the starting to turn up some pressure. On Brad Kozlowski as they exit turn, Number four. Byron is about a car length off the back bumper of Brad Keselowski's dent, wizard, Blue and white Ford Mustang. Here's the Battle for second Byron Dives. Bottom of the speedway on interest in a tournament one all the way down on the white line that separates the men from the racing surface. They're gonna be side by side spot. Gordon Chevy Wheel to Wheel. You've got the Ford of Kiss. Lasky. You've got the Chevrolet of Byron.

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Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:46 sec | 55 min ago

Fresh update on "byron" discussed on Programming

"Overcast skies for the moment have been for the last three or four laps. Lights. Come on here at Homestead Miami Speedway. The battle is still hot Klasky by a car length, Bush arrives second, eight or nine more back to the William Byron Machine. Buscher again takes a look to the inside is a Exeter. Judith Bactrim. Once we M Byron has gotten around Joey Logano. He is making a lot of progress closing in and trying to make that Three man driver or three man fight for the lead. Yeah, they're gonna have to get going those two Fords at the front of the field because that Chevy looming larger in the rear view mirror of Brad Kozlowski and Chris Buscher across the line, 50 laps down. Let's follow the top three. Back to turn one. He's got no time to worry about William Byron. Because quick.

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Fresh "Byron" from Programming

Programming

00:51 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Byron" from Programming

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How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

AFF on AIR Podcast

03:54 min | Last week

How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a

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2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

The Final Lap

01:24 min | Last week

2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

"The twenty twenty one nascar daytona. Five hundred is in the books. Where on lap fifteen a massive wreck took out the pole sitter. Alex bowman while running. Second his teammate. William byron erico. Merola eric jones ryan newman ryan blaney. Martin tricks junior. Kurt busch and believe it or not many many others and then the lightning and rains came. We waited almost all day during the red flag. And when they came back to racing it was denny hamlin winning the first stage and later winning stage two as well all right now on the final lap. There was a massive fiery crash to the checkered flag to end the race when brackets laskey was pushed into his teammate and leader joey logano at the time. Let's run down the top ten and then we'll talk about the winner ten to one. Kyle larson coriolis joy jamie. Mcmurray ross chastain at number seven got ryan priests denny hamlin trying for his third daytona five hundred in a row. It was not to be finished. Fifth kevin harvick a former champion of this race austin dillon's same deal chase elliott searching for his first daytona five hundred win but he gets his best career five hundred finish at number two. To victory lane michael mcdowell fortieth driver to win the daytona five hundred for his first career. Win leading only the final lap of the race. Michael drives for not a mega super team. But a much smaller. Bob jenkins own front row motorsports eighth driver to get their first career. Win at the sport's biggest

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Bayern Poach Another Bundesliga Star

ESPN FC

00:10 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bayern Poach Another Bundesliga Star

"Surfacing out of germany. The macondo will join byron munich this summer. They are ready to pay that forty. Three million euro buyout clause for the very coveted central

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NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

"Today. We have racing on the racetrack from daytona. The bush clash goes down at that race track. And it's an infield road course. Oh my gosh excited. I could not be more. Does that make sense so who is eligible to race in this thing. How about twenty. Twenty busch pole award winners. There's only a handful because of covid passed busch clash winners who competed full-time last year. Daytona five hundred champions. Who competed fulltime in two thousand twenty. Former daytona five hundred busch pole winners who competed fulltime last year. And finally. let's run down this list. Twenty twenty cup series playoff drivers race winners and stage winners based on this criteria. Twenty-one drivers will race. Oh see if your favourite is on this list. Eric merola ryan blaney. Alex bowman chris buscher kurt. Busch kyle busch william byron cole. Custer matt benedetto. Austin dillon ty dillon. Chase elliott denny. Hamlin kevin harvick. Eric jones brad. Kazlauskiene joy lugano ryan. Newman tyler rettig ricky. Stenhouse junior and martin tricks junior rounds out that list okay. Format is going to be thirty five laps with one scheduled. Pitstop coming at lap fifteen. The racetrack is going to be three point. Six one miles in length on a road course that features fourteen turns and you could check out all the action all man so excited as previously mentioned seven. Pm eastern on f s one

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Bayern Munich go 10 points clear in Bundesliga

ESPN FC

01:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Bayern Munich go 10 points clear in Bundesliga

"Start in the boondocks league. Your league leaders buyer munich. Child hurt the berlin just before they head off to fiba club world cup and get a one nothing win rare robert levin penalty miss in this one goal coming in the twenty. First minute from kingsley. Call on that. The difference by munich on picking up the three points and what it means in the boondocks league table is the firing are now ten points clear of second place. Leipzig the big gap continues to grow as byron munich cases yet. Another league title. Look at that and dortmund both right now. Outside of the champion spots well stevie. We expected to win. That match was nervous at the end. Well the the long of the game when on the more heffer actually you could see the believed that they could get something you know they could. They probably could and should have been three octane. This game could have been over but it wasn't me dope ski obviously missing. The penalty was huge. And as i said the longer it went on the stock to to get closer and closer culminating with two minutes to go all the way through hostage score but just just weighed. In the game's over.

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Legal analysis of Trump impeachment trial

Jason Rantz

09:39 min | Last month

Legal analysis of Trump impeachment trial

"To the program. Byron York He's the chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner. He's a Fox news contributor in his capacity. The Examiner, he writes the Daily memo. Which is a newsletter. Available each day. He's also author of the book Obsession Inside the Washington Establishments. Never ending War on Trump, Byron. Good to Have you back. Good. Good to Be Here, guys. Thanks very much, Yes, that you've got a lot going on, obviously. And in your latest daily Nemo, you dive into some of these legal arguments and they're really in some ways process arguments. From various Republicans, particularly in the Senate about the upcoming impeachment trial. We know that the impeachment article being transferred over the Senate today with a start date on the trial. February the ninth, so a bit of a delay there, which is what some of the Republicans have been asking for. They've gotten it before we get into some of the other ancillary questions and details about the trial. It seems like and this is based on your reporting. What a fair amount of the Republican opposition to a conviction here in this impeachment trial will be rooted in the question of whether or not it's even appropriate or permissible. To host a trial like this against an official who's no longer in office. Walk us through some of the details and some of the relevant history on this. Well, there's there's been a big debate before Donald Trump River appeared on the scene. There was a big debate over whether a former official can be impeached and tried and removed from office. OK, so the The Constitution, says. Quote Article two section for the president, Vice president and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed on from office on impeachment for and conviction of treason, bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors. So we hear we've heard that Ah lot and Republicans. In this case we're going to say Well when it says the president shall be removed. That means the president. There's only one of them at a time, and Donald Trump is not the president. Besides removal. The you know an impeachment is the Constitution's main methods for removing a president who's committed some sort of serious misconduct. Removal is irrelevant and Donald Trump's case because he's been out of office. His term expired on January 20th. So Republicans were going to say, Why are we having this big trial to remove a president who is already gone? And Democrats are gonna say well, there's an additional penalty. An impeachment if if someone is impeached and convicted, the Constitution says that punishment will not go beyond shall not extend further than two removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States. That means a federal office like the presidency or senator member of the House. So Democrats going to say that the president's the former president Trump's actions were so serious in the first couple of weeks in January That he must be forbidden from ever holding office again. And that's what the big fight is about. And what you there the way you phrase your question, I think is correct, Which is I think there's some Republicans were going to say, Look, we don't even have to get to the merits of this case. That is whether the president incited insurrection because it's just a fact You can't impeach Ah, president who's already Out of office and they might make the argument is well, Byron even if there are people arguing, yes, they can write. It is legally permissible. They might summer arguing that you and people can come back and say OK. For the sake of argument. Let's say yes, you can do this. And obviously that mean the trial's gonna happen. So it looks like the process of Lisa's moving forward. There's also the prudential question of, should you it does is there A good reason to do this right if he's already gone, and for for some who are very critical of trump on what happened after Election Day, all the way through January, 6 in particular. Touchstone. There is going to be accountability and then for others, it's going to be okay. Whatever you think of what happened, And to be sure, Trump acted badly. And maybe we could have discussed a censure. But why are we wasting all this time to remove someone from office who is already removed from office because his term expired? And I guess you know you want to maybe get to 67 votes, which I think will be very hard to do to convict the guy to then bar him from office, which only takes a bare majority, but the prerequisite is conviction. On and you can also Debate whether or not that's the right decision there as well, because, you know, I think I've been very critical of President Trump on what he did what he said the lies about the stolen election and fostering the environment that lead To that violence in the siege on the capital, But I also sort of feel like if voters decide four years from now that they want him back. I kind of believe that should be up to voters in the United States right to to the citizens of this country, as opposed to up to, you know 51 or 50 senators, plus a tie breaking vote. That's sort of how I'm wrestling through some of these questions on I just wonder on the threshold question. Byron of whether or not this is Even allowed it. All right. I've heard arguments on both sides. Constitutionally of this. There's on Lee one tiny precedent right in today involving a non president who resigned from a position of power. Tell us about that and how it might be relevant here or how it might not correct. First of all, we should say that there is no precedent at all for this in the sense of former president being tried from people's just never ever happened, But they do point to a case of a Cabinet officer, a man named William Belt. Knapp, who was the secretary of war in the 18 seventies and the Grant administration. He was accused very credibly is guilty as hell probably of financial corruption. And so on. On this day that put the house is scheduled to vote to impeach him. And a couple of hours before the scheduled vote. He goes to the White House and resigns. He goes to President Grant Any resigns, and then he says, Well, hey, you can't impeach me. I'm a Warmer official. Well, the house went ahead on impeached him, and then it goes to the Senate, and there's a big debate over well, he's a former official. Can we impeach him or not? And they have a vote. And that's a it's a majority vote of the majority says Yes, we can him impeach him. So then they have a five month trial pretty long deal and he's acquitted because you know that you have to get to a two thirds vote to convict and they didn't get to that. And the reason they didn't get to. It was that there were a lot of senators who believe that it was not in their jurisdiction that he was a former Um, a former official and not in their jurisdiction. So is maybe not about it was not about the guilt on the merits necessarily was about Should we be doing this here? Under these auspices for this purpose, given the fact that this former official is indeed former. So this sort of vote the votes against conviction on that principle rather than the facts of the case. Correct. I think he was. There was consensus that he was guilty of what he's accused of. Now, here's the thing. So that is the one president that Democrats will point to here. But there's a lot of other presidents of officials either being impeached or being threatened with impeachment or impeachment has begun. The process has begun, and they resign and then Congress just drops it. Most of all, obviously the biggest issue. Biggest example of that is President Nixon, who resigned in 1974 ahead of impeachment. But most impeachments in this country involved judges and there've been like close to 50 judges who are either under investigation or impeachment had begun. And they resigned. And then nothing was On, even though his judges they could possibly hold a position under the United States in the future, But they were like qualify. Alcee Hastings opted. Alcee Hastings is a Democratic congressman from Florida. Who is himself an impeached federal judge for bring a bribery and corruption. I believe if memory serves, and he was able to then move on and run for the house and women, and he's been there ever since. He was in peace and removed but not banned from holding future office and the voters in Florida decided to send him to the house. And there is so there you have that there are these two questions. There's There's yes, there is one president in the belt nap case before impeaching a former Cabinet secretary. But then there's all these other examples like dozens of examples of Congress deciding to drop an issue once the person has resigned, and by the way, you'll you'll hear Democrats say, Well, gee, if we don't Try President Trump. Then president resigned right before impeachment and escape all punishment, as if resigning is not a rather large punishment for president. You might wanna ask Nixon about that. But the fact is, that's not even an issue in the Trump case because he did not resign. He served out his full term terminated at noon on January 20th. And now he's the former president.

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Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert

Let's Talk About Digital Identity

06:06 min | Last month

Digital identity in the UK in 2021 with TrueProfile.ios Rene Seifert

"Thank you for joining today. I be sought in this new year. Twenty twenty one. We're going to discuss. Especially now they did identity in the uk for these new year. Twenty twenty one. How a super special guest. Today with rene effort he says cereal enterpreneur and co head of through profile dot. Co the industry leader in documentation power by the data flow group through profiled odoyo provides these services in a modern environment via the adoption of eat theory on blockchain prior to this rene was co founder and cozy your venture eight a. g. across the platform allowing regular people to embraced side by side would experience business angels in addition. He has been involved in founding. Several internet take immediate combines. Amande husband eat lab house. German in house gration began his career hosting radio shows in running an advertising agency parallel to his studies. He was kid of marketing in percenter at a radio station byron three during the new economy. He hid they determine department at lycos europe. Hello renee welcome. I also my pleasure for this. Podcast is great talking with you. Thank you hope. You're having a great start of the new year and twenty one fed. Who like to hear more about. Would you particularly how you doing media in order very interesting things about technology. Your life ended in this world of the identity. If i knew that myself. I think it's quite unlikely scenario that panned out spent. Maybe you also heard that famous. Commencement speech from steve jobs. In haver that you only can connect the dots in hindsight. You can't connect them living your life. Forward and limited tried to connect these dots and you mentioned a couple of things how they volved in my life. Indeed in my first life as i tend to say i was sitting on the other side of our conversation i was a radio. Presenter was a journalist by tim my highlight. There was a war correspondent for german public radio in macedonia during the kosovo. Nine hundred ninety nine. I did this kind of on the side of my university education for economic management and then post graduation. I was more focusing on the media management side of things. And as you're right they said. I was head of marketing of anti by on three one of the top ten german radio stations. After that's the new economy came. If you might recall that time the boom and the bust very was Director entertainment at that time famous and infamous search engine with a variety of other services lycos europe and really saw a lot of this bust of this new economy which maybe take a year off in two thousand two and spent a year traveling the world in a sabbatical during all sorts of things. I always wanted to do from doing a pilot's license motorbike licence mode license. Learning languages like russian spanish during my tie and then i came back to munich and well. This was my first immigration then. Going to bangalore india. And that's very in fact i thought it. By entrepreneurial journey in businesses like e commerce selling jewelry on ebay then moving into an outsourcing consultancy for bangolo has been very instill is very famous for and then starting in detroit angel invest in into indian companies with these angel andrew a cold mumbai angels so an imperative is lots of back and falls into you mentioned that also. I helped build an echo beta in munich. Owned by a hot spring publisher called spring except where we created some thirteen companies in the span of four years. Then i really truly moved back to munich for a short period of time. Very co founded a social media agency and that crowd funding platform venture ag which we then sold a year later to a publicly listed company. Then came i second immigration. This time with my family to bangkok and then kind of opportunity presented itself better typical soon network connections to join the data flow group at that time it was headquartered in hong kong meanwhile headquartered in dubai and data flow is doing esp primary source verification. Since two thousand six. And i was given a quite broad mandate look at. How can this be more digitized. And let's face it. I'd say verification is not the most sexy topic on the face of this earth but maybe it's also reason why nobody has looked at that. So i tried to exactly that so i kind of became a co founder of true profile. I oh really put the individual and implement into the center so we launched the first version of something called data flow plus dot org some four years ago and that subsequently into a troop profile. I o which. I'm now running in a shared responsibility with my esteemed koha alejandro coca from spain. Who is focusing on the commercial business part while i focus on the product and tech parts so in hindsight maybe it is possible to the dotes. I'd say my personal motivation here in the common thread has been never stop being curious. Never stop learning and never stop willing to make a move into a new uncharted territory. I can see. I can see many changes in geography and also in the business. If i may just add. I think it's really interesting. Because listen to some eighty percent of your podcast. I learned a hell of a lot. And i think what you're doing. You're doing a great service of building. This industry of digital identity from identity for people identity for technical system like api is than also what our policies locations or. What is the identity of a legal entity. So i found this area's always very separate and you're kind of bringing them under one umbrella where they belong. And i hope that maybe today. I can contribute. Another facets around verified credentials which are useful in particular in an hr context into your realm of digital

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | Last month

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | Last month

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

1A

03:05 min | Last month

Iran Is Escalating Its Nuclear Program

"Iranian government has resumed enriching. Uranium in one of its underground facilities. The order reportedly came from president hassan ronnie and it again breaches the terms of the thousand fifteen iran. Nuclear deal agreed on by numerous world powers. President trump withdrew from the deal in two thousand eighteen. Nancy walk us through. What's important here. What is the significance in. Help us with this idea that it's increased its levels to twenty percent purity. What does this all mean. Sure so under the twenty fifteen deal. It had a three point six seven percent cap and now the running governments said that as soon as possible. They want to get to twenty percent. The reason that's significant is to build a nuclear weapon. You have to be ninety percent now. Ninety percent sounds like A big gap. But it's much more difficult to go from three point. Six to twenty once you get past at twenty two ninety is easier or so say the experts i will defer to them and so the reason. This is caused such anxiety because this is the biggest breach of byron its commitments under that deal and so the question becomes. Why are they doing it. Part of it one could argue is that this is in response to the assassination of its top nuclear scientists. This is when the running government purse. Pass this law. It appears to be A way of building negotiation leverage ahead of the incoming biden administration as you recall president elect biden has said that he wants to Enter into that deal again. Assuming that iran is willing to comply. And i also think that there's an element of Answering to domestic audiences. This came at the same time that there was the anniversary of the one of the death of qassem sulamani by us. Drone strike and bag died in their heightened tensions between the two countries and congratulate you that this was a way of sort of iran. Reasserting itself that. It wasn't gonna be bullied by the usa in its To keep a carrier strike group in the region to send b fifty two bombers and so the totality that has led to A really major escalation in terms of capabilities towards an a nuclear weapon. So nancy. this is the million dollar question. What is all this mean about what we know of how close iran is to creating a nuclear weapon or do we assume it has one already well. The the challenges we don't ha- they didn't announce a time. They they said as soon as possible and they alerted the Of its intentions so the question becomes whether it Can do it in a in an until what time now to be fair. One could argue that they can turn this back just as quickly. So if this is towards reaching leverage vis-a-vis the incoming biden administration. You can see this pulled back almost as quickly as a as the announcement was made the challenge becomes if you start to see countries seeing this as a real threat or real movement towards building nuclear weapon particularly israel remember a decade ago when the writings were moving towards us they hit there was almost a strike campaign that was triggered by this. Then you have a different situation. So it's if it's a move towards leverage it's a very risky

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Pro-Trump mob launches insurrection at US Capitol amid Biden certification

Nightline

05:57 min | Last month

Pro-Trump mob launches insurrection at US Capitol amid Biden certification

"So glad you could join us on juju chang. i'm byron pitch tonight dramatic images at the. Us capitol building. We're just today. It was the scene of one of the darkest days. In american history of failed insurrection byron. It was a sea of lawlessness incited by the president storming the halls of congress tonight. Lawmakers returning to the floor to certify president elect. Joe biden's victory for the very latest we go straight to. Abc's rachel scott reporting from just outside the capital. Rachel you witness the mayhem and bloodshed at the capitol. Today walk us through the day. The president's speech to the protesters to how quickly it turned violent mood you do. This really was a final stand for the president. You saw him address his supporters. Making it clear that he will not concede they wanted to take up that fight so we saw thousands of them marched right here to the steps of the us capital calm and then chaos and violence. They stormed from all sides smashing in windows pushing pass the capitol guards to get inside of that capital to the senate floor. Lawmakers huddled under their desks outside. We were hearing chance a fight for trump. One woman tonight lost her life and we watched as she was wheeled out onto a stretcher gushing out blood from a wound that looked like it was appear to be in her neck. We did not know her condition later. On jeju we found out that she unfortunately lost her life. It's been a long day of reporting for you. Rachel scott thanks for joining us. Stay thanks you action. And chaos at the us capitol and attempted overthrow democracy. Like we've never seen in american history black sheer terror as lawmakers duck and cover while vilest pro-trump moths to see of us. With a horrifying day for american bloodshed mob violence fear among the people's elected representatives. Doing the people's business that they might be killed tear gas wafting through the chamber house of representatives. You could not have been greater contrast and a greater tragedy for that constitution shots fired inside the house chamber of donald that the doors and windows bashed in described. This scene happening behind me here. As trump supporters have taken over the west lawn. Here all this happening as the us congress is supposed to be certifying. president elect joe. Biden's victory threatening. The safety of duly elected officials is thought protest. it's insurrection when the day dawned in dc. The nation expected a very different kind of drama. To play out today was supposed to be one of those days in the democratic process that we don't even notice this is the verdict of our people and then the congress counts them by mid morning. Thousands of trump's supporters were gathering for save. America march not far from the white house there to protest president trump's november election defeat. Just fourteen days. Before joe biden's inauguration trump's family appeared first drumming up the crown with incendiary rhetoric. This is donald trump's republican party. We are in this fight to the bitter end to take our country back at noon. The president took the stage further. Fueling the fire of anger and dissent. We will never give up. We will never concede it doesn't happen. You don't conceive with his death. He called on congress to reject the election results an election. He lost by seven million votes but continues to call rigged despite no evidence to walk down anyone you want but i think right here. We're going to walk down to the capital. You'll never take back our country with weakness you have to show strength and you have to be strong speaker the vice president and the united states senate by one o'clock the much anticipated joint session of congress got underway when we got to the state of arizona. A republican member of congress named paul gosar stood up to object that objection forcing the house and senate to separate and debate over on the senate side. Majority leader mitch. Mcconnell bluntly confronting his republican colleagues voters court and estates all spoke if we overrule them it would damage our republic forever as debate continued inside outside president trump supporters arriving in the mood distinctly changes demonstrators soon climbing the walls and scaffolding violently confronting law enforcement. Clear that the crowd was intent on causing harm to our officers by deploying chemical irritants police. While inside. the vice president was whisked away by the secret service as the mob moved in the entire capital went into lockdown but protesters were already inside some carrying confederate flags. Law enforcement was no match for the sheer size of the invasion officers forced to retreat in the house chamber. Lawmakers huddled in the balcony as armed security barricaded. The door

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Facebook For Mobile With Lee Byron

Software Engineering Daily

06:01 min | Last month

Facebook For Mobile With Lee Byron

"Blee byron. You are an engineer at robin hood. And you're a longtime engineer at facebook. Welcome to software engineering daily. Thanks for having me. You're part of the initiative to get facebook onto mobile and this was a key inflection point in the business some people may not remember but there was a time when facebook was used as a desktop web application when did engineers at facebook start to realize how important mobile was. I think there are a couple moments over the years where that happened. There wasn't like a single inflection. Point early on. Facebook was definitely just a website that you went to on your desktop computer or maybe laptop because it started in two thousand and four. You know that's years before the first real smartphones and really two things happened in the early years of mobile one was a focus on flip phones and other popular phones that had some very basic to the internet and so facebook's for a long time had a facebook dot com mobile website and for the first few years that was really about extending to second screen and creating a small version of facebook that you can take with you and then when the iphone first came out in two thousand seven or at eight there was first version of it built as a website. If you remember the the very first version of you couldn't actually make apps for you could only make sense for and there was one engineer at facebook who did that and the following year when the software s came out that engineer through abandoned the the website that he had built i built a mobile application instead. That was sort of the very beginning than there. Were a couple other interesting moments. That happened another was through the recognition. That mobile was becoming somewhat important as a second screen. So i would say this started to happen in may two thousand nine. And that's really when i started helping out. I was the designer for mobile. At that time. I joined facebook. Originally as a product designer and touch devices were becoming more popular. But we're still very much considered a second screen as alternate experience temporarily while you're away from your desktop computer or laptop but we really in two thousand nine took a big refocus on that experience feel-good the native application for iowa that we had was extremely limited. It was built by a single engineer. That engineer had left the company had kind of started to fall very far behind. What the rest of our product is doing so we built version of the mobile site that felt good on a touch device and that actually ended up becoming really important platform to start building products for mobile one of the really challenging things that i faced when reaching out to other designers or other product people at facebook in those earlier years trying to convince them that mobile was something. Important was the scary scenario. Where you'd spend all your time in energy focusing designing and building experience for a big screen in a browser and already the problem of making it work across the internet explorer fire fox chrome was kind of problem enough and when it came time to move things to mobile the prospect of supporting in iowa native app android native app a touch website and a flip phone optimize website sounded like it would just make the amount of engineering work five x and so you could imagine that especially if you don't quite know how important mobile is it's totally reasonable that your instinct would be. Maybe we should look into that later. That's not the right priority. Now and so as a consequence. The mobile product constantly lagged behind. So when we did this effort to make the touch optimize website. Just really good just much better than anything else that we had built for mobile up until that point we kind of refrained that conversation instead of going from one platform to five platforms. We were able to make going from one platform to two platforms. Because if you built for that mobile website you would automatically get flip phone in basic phone support and we would deliver that directly to ios and android apps via this essentially a glorified web browser that we had built so i and android apps. Were these glorified web browsers a little bit of extra sauce on top. You know they they let you upload photos. They let you survive. Include your location for check ins But other than that. They were really just a thin wrapper around our website so that really simplified proc development and that was in an early accelerate for the facebook product team to start thinking about what building for mobile would look like and start making that more of a priority. Then i would say the the next inflection. Point was in two thousand twelve and that's a lot of really interesting. Things happened in two thousand twelve. One is that we saw the chart of mobile only users take up dramatically where now became clear that it's mobile was not a second screen. There was not just going to be a significant number of people who only use mobile soon and very soon it was going to be a majority of people who only use mobile and in fact desktop would become not only used less than mobile but desktop would become the second screen so we saw this inflection point coming. We realized that we were quite far behind on product. Two thousand twelve is also the year that facebook did its ipo and the early filings and mark zuckerberg's tour around he's talking to potential investors. He had the highlight all. The risks for the company and one of the top risks was that we saw this giant shift to mobile devices and that we hadn't figured out good product from only at and that's also when within facebook. We were sort of revisiting. This technical decision to bill everything on web and bring things back to native development on both iowa san android which sort of unfolded into a lot of super interesting engineering work that we had to do

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Lewandowski beats Messi & Ronaldo to Best FIFA Men's Player award

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:10 sec | 2 months ago

Lewandowski beats Messi & Ronaldo to Best FIFA Men's Player award

"Player of the year for 2020 has been awarded to buy music's Robert Levendosky, who beats up both Lino Messi, Cristiano Rinaldo after scoring 55 goals across all competitions. Meanwhile, Byron

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Bodycam video shows Chicago police handcuff innocent, naked woman while they raid wrong house

Anna Davlantes

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Bodycam video shows Chicago police handcuff innocent, naked woman while they raid wrong house

"The The Law Law department department attempted attempted in in court court this this week week to to block block a a local local news news station station from from airing airing body body camera camera footage footage of of Chicago Chicago police police officers officers raiding raiding and and innocents innocents Woman's Woman's home. home. And handcuffing her while she was naked. During today. City Council meeting Alderman Byron Sexual Lopez ripped the police department. We have a systemic issue, the police brutality, Ms Young Call out the police. 43 times, 43 times. So the now's of these plus on illegal on wrong, Miss taken rate Mayor Lightfoot, accusing him of not having the fact we deal with counsel as an ethical responsibility. We never deal directly with the plainness. So the city filed a request to have the woman and Jeanette Young sanctioned for allegedly violating a confidentiality order.

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Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez Calls For Permanent COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In Chicago’s Communities Of Color

CBS2 News Chicago

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez Calls For Permanent COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In Chicago’s Communities Of Color

"Today. Chicago alderman will ask city council to add permanent walk up sites for covert testing. Vaccinations alderman byron joe. Lopez who represents parts of little village and pilsen says large numbers of black and latino people living. There don't have cars insurance.

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Apple, Google To Ban Data Broker From Collecting Phone Location Information

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Apple, Google To Ban Data Broker From Collecting Phone Location Information

"Apple and google say they'll ban the data broker ex mode social from collecting location data from user's phones. After new information was revealed about the company's national security work the two biggest mobile phone platforms told developers that they must remove x. modes tracking software from any app in their app stores. Ex mood suggested that it's being unfairly singled out but says it's reevaluating its government work. It also says it's contracts. Prevent anyone from linking device personal information name address or email are puerto byron. Tau says this is part of a larger conversation about location. Broker services ex mood has one or two consumer facing apps but primarily. They're embedded in other apps and consumers would have to do a deep dive into the software code of these apps or look pretty deep into the privacy policies of some of them to even realize that you know. Some of these apps are collecting data. And it's going to a third party company called x mode so there's been a big debate. Broadly about a what happens with this. Data and how much transparency should consumers have about. We're data goes after it leaves. Its phone and these specifically. There's been a big debate about the government's use of this data right because Typically to do some sort of tracking of of someone's phone or to get location data from a phone. You need a warrant in the united states but you know lots of these brokers are selling to intelligence

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Voting lawsuits continue to be filed across the nation, including Philadelphia

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Voting lawsuits continue to be filed across the nation, including Philadelphia

"There's one more Byron York talking about a nightmare scenario. In Pennsylvania. Absolutely. The nightmare scenario eyes that in a close election, it all comes to down down to some judicial decision. You know, in North Carolina and in Pennsylvania, the Legislature's had passed laws governing the elections. You had Teo a ballot had to have been postmarked by Election Day. And received either on election day or, but within three days later, you've had a number of Democratic lawyers tried to push that that day that date later, and the Supreme Court has declined to intervene so far. Republicans didn't want even to be three days later. The courts have already been business has been over 300 laws, election lawsuits already not even Election day.

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Chiefs rout Broncos 43-16 as Mahomes barely breaks a sweat

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Chiefs rout Broncos 43-16 as Mahomes barely breaks a sweat

"The chiefs led from wire to wire thumping Denver forty three sixteen the Superbowl champ showed off their resourcefulness getting points from offense defense and special teams coach Andy Reid when all three phases can contribute like that that's tough to beat and that's how the boys got to where they were hurt you know it is a live issue there but I wasn't all offense but it was everybody contributing and that's a big thank well racking up their tenth consecutive win over the Broncos Casey got a fifty yard pick six from Daniel Sorensen and Byron Pringle returned a kickoff one hundred two yards Patrick Mahomes threw ten yards to Tyreek hill completing a TD pass into seventeenth straight game the chiefs go to six and one well the Broncos fall the two and four Bruce Morton Denver

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"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"We're talking to Byron York. His new book is obsession inside the Washington establishment's never ending war on trump I have some actual questions that are that are talked about in your book that I'd like you to at least tease us on why Donald Trump at first resisted advice to fire FBI director. James. Transition. Well, transition there were a lot of people close to trump who advised him to fire Comey immediately like on inauguration day. And they said Rudy Giuliani set trump. He's GonNa, turn on you. There's something wrong with him. Chris Christie said he a loose cannon and if you keep him after your president, he will be your loose cannon. So don't do it. why did trump ignored that advice? He, he's a businessman he brought to him. He brought to the White House the habits of a career in business, and he believes he can win people over he believes with the power of his personality. You can bring around his his point to any honestly believed that about James. So he didn't fire him and I think we can probably all agree that it did not work. Well here's a guy who ran against the swamp almost it's seems naively or. Oddly word. That's fine word. Now, usually naively believing that you can fix these people I don't think that's that's trump's fault. These these people can't be fixed but were there people who he did win over who he was told to fire? Not many not many I. Mean as a matter of fact, trump's one of his biggest failures in office has been to fully staff. the federal government with people who are loyal to him you know the president has. I don't know the exact number it's more than three thousand. Political positions that he that he can still in all of the agencies. So you don't just you know appoint the the Attorney General, you appoint the assistant attorney general for civil rights or for antitrust criminal division you know you you get to acquaint. People going down into the bureaucracy. And the president to never really pursued that hard enough and it's been known for a long time. There is something called a permanent bureaucracy in each state if you want permanent bureaucracy and it's very, very anti trump. So he he definitely should've worked harder in that regard staff the government. With his loyalists, you talk in the book about the trump defense team's full cooperation with Muller's investigators. Then, feeling betrayed by Muller, why did they think they could win over Muller's. Well, they thought a couple of things First of all. The story is Trump was stunned mother was appointed in May twenty seventeen. But since he was appointed as you wanted the investigation to be over very quick. Because he thought well look, there's no collusion. Let's get this over with. So his his lawyers made a personal appeal to Mahler and the deal the appeal is this. present wants this over very, very quick. You. Special Counsel Muller GonNa want. To interview a lot of our people you're gonNA WANNA, WANNA documents you're GonNa want cooperation, and a lot of that's going to be covered by executive privilege. The president could object go to court they'll take forever. So here's the proposal. We will give you everything you want..

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"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"At trump. Is what accounts for the incredible intensity that we've seen I mean somebody could go back to the Clinton impeachment and say that was pretty intense and go back to the the war over George W Bush war Iraq and that was pretty intense too. But what accounts for this intensity here and I think it's their different reasons I think that Among many Democrats obviously they expected to win in twenty sixteen, but it was more than that. After Barack Obama won. In two, thousand, eight with a with a new coalition of minorities, women, and young people. They. Basically thought we were going to win the presidency from now on because you had that coalition and you add to it each year with the increasing percentage of the population of Hispanic voters and then Bang win the presidency forever and ever, and so that came to A. Kind of ugly in with the election of Donald Trump and they they were incredible. Not just shocked but incredibly angry. So I think that that accounts for some of it is a matter of fact. In the book. I recount. What happened. On January sixth twenty seventeen trump is the president-elect he hasn't become president yet. But that's the day that The Congress meets certified their insults at the Electoral College and of course it's a done deal by that time it's all over this is just a ceremony. To certify the results of the Electoral College and Republicans were stunned when Democrats tried to stop. The they they protested. The certification of the results of several states on the grounds that Russia had elected trump to the presidency and Republicans had no idea that the intensity of the anger on the democratic side and they looked at each other and said wow. This little worse than we thought. So I think that that's a lot of the reason for the intensity and anti-trump feelings in there. You know there's a very small but vocal group of never trump Republicans I think that they were in part angry over the loss of clout. Access absolutely income the kind of things that you have. Byron York. We're talking to Byron York about his new book. Let's just come out obsession inside the Washington establishment's never ending war on trump our conversation continues..

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"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"byron" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"As Joe Rogan might say the great and powerful Byron York, he's one of our favorites a an actual trusted journalist. Imagine that chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner Fox News contributor and all around very wise and thoughtful cerebral man. He has a new book out called Obsession inside the. Washington establishment's never ending war on trump. Well, how very timely couple of days after the debate. It's still continuing. Isn't it Let me give you the quick version. What the book is about go back to December Twenty Nineteen Democrats in the house were rushing they were racing to impeach the president. By Christmas and reporter asked Nancy Pelosi what's the hurry? Why are you rushing this? And she said there is no rush. This has been going on two and a half years since mother and a lot of Republicans. Took note of that they sit laus finally she has admitted. She has said this impeachment we're going through. This is not about Ukraine not about a phone call. This is a continuation of the long efforts to remove the president from office, and that's what the book is about, and that effort continues to this day. Myron, you've always struck me as a guy who doesn't wanna be perceived as indefinitely are not a hack kind of guy that wants to be right down the middle, but it strikes me that if you're going to call balls and strikes in their all wild pitches, you gotta call him while pitches in it strikes me that it's almost sucked you into making positions that maybe you would ideally like to make you just want to be a guy that says, this is what happened and yet when everything's Gone Awry and you call it that way. I would imagine that's not easy for you to do. Well you have to I mean you're drove conclusion in the end, you tell the whole story. You show basically that you know the first vote people don't know this the first vote, the house cone impeachment was in December twenty seventeen, the president's first year in office and a congressman. Al Green who was a Democrat he's probably the.

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"byron" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"byron" Discussed on Homophilia

"Disappointed, yanking the e cigarette from her lips leading her hand flopped were side her shoulders slumping her other hand still holding the front door that he had sway slightly closed than opened enclosed as if she's considering excitement drains for my limbs a Kolanik. This is why I was granted such quick entry. She expected someone else not who she wants. Of course sorry I start feeling the magnitude of the not completely unexpected moment unforgettable hero has forgotten. We had an appointment. Shame horror foolishness except I noticed kathy cannon beginning. The smile she stands up straight POPs the e cigarette back in her mouth. Let's go to the front door allowing it to swing open active. She says smugly raising eyebrows proud of herself. Wow I say speechless entranced. Just fucking. With you Kathy says dryly come in. She turns casually walks in the wonderland that is our home motioning for me to follow. She moved with ease comforting call at odds with the commanding surroundings were in the definition of a great room with vaulted ceilings and a huge disco ball. The size of an oven affixed high overhead sunlight from skylight is hitting the Little Square. There's the ball and sending twisting and twirling bits of pinks and blues and purples all around the far wall is covered in antique portraits of animals. Someone's beloved cat aristocrats precious dog bird that looks suspiciously like Sean Penn have he turns back to me as I pass through the doorway a please wipe your feet. She says, the floors are made of endangered trees. But Then was over. Yeah. That's right. That's the exact section that I was hoping you would read this. Is Charlie meeting her. Where you talked about how? That relationship saved your life in some ways. Where were you in your life? What were you up to wind job came along? So I had studied journalism in college I wanted to be a big fancy news anchor and anchor the today show and all that stuff live in New York of the fancy life. So I started as a writer in New Orleans, and then I got a job as like a news reporter in Alexandria Louisiana, which was like market two hundred where the biggest story was like. Someone dented the stop sign like nothing. And I couldn't get a job after that I look young. No, one would hire me and. Finally. I got lucky and got a job as a reporter in Vegas. TV News reporter in Vegas, but it was for like a cable channel that the CVS affiliate owned. So I worked there for a while work off in eventually they promoted me to their morning news reporter for the CBS affiliate. Job was really depressing. I would get to work at midnight listened to a police scanner with a photographer. We would drive around from crime scene to crime scene you're. Totally, crawler guys. So it was like the craziest Shit that happened in the middle of the night that those reminds stories and then when seven o'clock rolled around, put my tie on. Try to brush my hair and and then do a live report on whatever was the worst bloodiest thing and so I was in Vegas for three years that was a terrible depressing nightmare of sleep deprivation all that and then I left to Vegas. Vegas story though so I'd Anorak Vegas story you're yeah. Every biggest experience in same thing sleep deprivation and terrible deeds that sometimes ended.

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"byron" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"byron" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"What's up doing good? How are you doing getting real good man? Good we got the to Byron's I don't know how I'm going to do this. Is it Byron squared? I Guess Byron be maybe as how separate the two and Byron Byron are. It's so funny. I've seen only be one around here. I have a neighbor next door spills. His name with Y. And it's Brian Dick. Keep wanting to call him Byron. You know because I know you guys. I know another Byron in his damn. I know all these Byron's every time I have to stop myself. It's not Byron his Brian Spell. My brother-in-law's Brian. My Mom's always like Brian. Whatever my son's that's tough. 'cause. I called Brian and Brian all the time. Oh I could totally see that so. I'm glad you're you're on the podcast with this and I can't wait to dive into the whole thing looking back on it and stuff I want to really get to. I think we had talked about a little bit about getting into some of the shit. That's going on today with more and more need for security and those types of things so I want to dive into that a little bit as well. You know what talk about that. I thought maybe it would be kinda great though too. Is We typically do to get a little bit back into your pass? And you're in the Marine Corps and before you started off into private security and doing some of the things you're doing as well as podcasting What was the what were the humble beginnings there got you into the Marine Corps? Was that your parents or your parents or family. Members were into the core before or were you the first. I was like. Let's see here. No I was the first My grandfather was in. The Navy had something to do with A lot to do with Dr Nukes and things like that out in Washington okay. But I never met him. Yeah so for me. I wish I had a better more romantic deal but I think what happened was I've always been a warrior. Ethos running through my veins start. Playing video games have got into that. You Know Kala duty modern warfare and I remember being like one school or like I guess it goes fight people like I can't do anymore no way. Then there's a war kicked off and I'm like I'm an able bodied. Do like I gotta go whippet on like this is what we do you know for every you know and yeah really. It was like a fear of more school and I just had to go fight and and actually the other thing. That was a big driver was I didn't want to ever have to question my masculinity Like I mean you joined. The marine courses area never went up to question my man when I became like when you're funny biracial. As are you Byron York. So my dad's ultra Manley. He got shot at point-blank range of the shotgun and survived. It still locks me on. Every time I talked with him and I was like how am I ever going to measure up and I was like? I know I'm GonNa go to war and going so so did you go check out any.

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"byron" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"byron" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"You can send your questions to us via our twitter at 'em Iran radio using the Hashtag ask 'em Iran or you can also call your questions in. You can do that by calling. One eight four four four ask. Amarin. That's one eight four four four ask 'em Iran Rusty. Let's start first with a question that came in from twitter. This is a follower that we have in Dover Delaware and it's a NASCAR related question. Do you think with the way the stages are today. How would that have played out with you? And you're driving style. Well I I mean obviously I would have had to drive harder because I had the mindset that you know. I'm going to take care of my car the first half of the race so I got a real good car at the end because I didn't want to run it so hard that I didn't have anything to race with at the end of the race and heck and now days Jeff I mean the engines are so strong. I'm afraid though back then if I were to run the cars heart as they want you to run now early in the race that we want to see in a lot of blown engines stuff like that back in the past so I mean these engines just of late not too long. I mean the last five or six years. I guess they've got so much stronger they can turn engines a Lotta RPM and not have any problems but man. If I would have done that back then out of blue a lot of stuff up on ahead problems you know. 'cause I got really aggressive and run hard special short tracks and road courses and stuff like that missing shifts over revenue engines and Jonky now but now you know. It's pretty obvious that you gotta run hard when they drop that rag right to the very end. Is it safe to say with technology? That is so far advanced so much improved just in the last ten years that the way you guys approach to race back then would certainly be a lot different than the way. They approach the racing today. I'll give you a good example to I mean I want to Martinsville. It's one of my favorite race tracks able to win seven times I think and my strategy there was. Okay get a good qualifying spot. Get a good pit road selection but in the race only race that cars hard as I need to race in order to keep my track position so man I would come off at turn four. I'd get to the start finish line. I'd roll out of the throttle. I would just coast that baby right into the corner instead of driving her down wide open because if I drove it down wide open I burned. Breaks off the car because the brakes weren't near as good as they are now. Also I mean there's a whole different way you had to drive than now nowadays. You run that thing as hard as you can almost every single lap and the brakes are going to hold up and if you get the things too hot it'd probably blow a tower out. You know I because he is get so much heat. So yeah it's give and take it's it's driving different ways because the technology has got so much better now. You can abuse the car more. Our second question rusty comes from William who is a native of Rochester Hills Michigan. Of course the hometown of Brad Kozlowski. If you hadn't been a race car driver what would you have done professionally? That's a good one. I mean it has to be aviation. I love aviation so much. I've had many different airplanes. I've flown I got about twelve thousand total hours of flight. Time Right now. On top rated and lear jets and king ears and stuff like that. So I've been flying a whole life and I recently recently quit flying about two years ago but yeah have to be aviation. I'd something is still close to my heart. I really enjoy it so maybe a corporate pilot something like that. Who knows how. How early in your career win? Was that time that you knew that you were going to be able to make auto racing your profession well. My Dad did it as a hobby when we lived in Missouri and I would just help him all the time but then I got so excited about it that my brothers and I started building cars and it got to where I just couldn't focus on normal work any longer. I was constantly working on cars. I start running around finding sponsors and once I found those sponsors it that would help flip the bill. Then I said you know what this is my calling. I'm GonNa do this even if they laugh at me. One thing. They used to have a lot. When I lived in Saint Louis people would come up and say hey kid what do you do for a living? I some race car driver now and they'd laugh and they'd go. No kid I mean. What do you really do for a living? I said no. That's what I do for a living. I'm a race car driver in it. It really agitated me. It made me mad. They just looked at my. What I did is a career and kind of joked at it but then when they saw how big Nascar God in. How much money was. They didn't laugh any longer was great catching up with you. Thanks appreciate it to ask a.

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"byron" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

09:59 min | 11 months ago

"byron" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"We are back on NASCAR live. So you're with us here on our weekly get together and we're joined yet again by the only two time winner of the e Nascar. I racing mutational series William Byron again taking them to the house at Richmond over the weekend. He's back on NASCAR. Live William Welcome back to the show. How are you good news I'm sick as weekend again. So that was a sounds great You know definitely enjoyed the race and I thought it went well so You know how to tough. Charity Cold Air at the end of the race to stay out but luckily it worked out for some and You know enjoying the pro mutational while we have it and I think it'll be fun to go back your normal real racing here soon. Hopefully we can do that sooner. Rather than later. I think that Everyone in the listenership agrees with you. One hundred percent on that there are so many things to talk about as far as the virtual race from Richmond over the weekend going into the race something that they had changed from racist past no resets or no no abilities to have a good or a Mulligan in the back pocket for those that don't know when they say no resets. What does that mean compared to what you've had in weeks past? Yeah so basically we fast. We had one or two resets the to work with where you know. If you had an incident on track you could rebounding recover and resets for for that reason. Luckily for us this week we didn't have to use those and We didn't have the option. I guess to use them so You know everyone had to really race a little bit cleaner and and really have that in mind and try to treat their car like they're they're only car the whole race and and not cause a wreck or anything so I thought that was good. I thought it added and added the show and and kind of made us race a little bit differently. I agree because I saw a little more cautious racing that perhaps maybe as aggressive as like it was in Bristol and and other races like that when you when you I race at Richmond This is something that we've asked you before about other tracks. Obviously they're close to normal. What are some of the nuances that I guess you feel in racing and you feel in real life as well are there any nuances on the race? Track that stick out to you. The biggest thing about Richmond is the fact that the yellow line has a good amount of grip which is very normal and very indicative of what realized. Is there You know you kind of get into the corner and you try to get out You you have to be good under breaking That's an important quality to have at Richmond. And then once you get to the corner you have to wrap the yellow line really well and Make sure you're keeping the left side tires right on that line Throughout the corners to get a good launch and exit off the corner so You can also move your your line around and kind of diamond the corner and drive in wash up a little bit Dr Traitor off the guy in front of you and honestly the time made the pass on on Ryan. Preece WAS BACK IN MY CORNER UP. Kinda in the center and getting a big run off the corner To try to set up the past so Kinda Kinda used that Diamond Line so those things. They're all all things that come into play at the normal real richmond. Well this question is for US Novice. Ira problem overdriving and getting overcooked. Going into turn one at Richmond. Obviously it's a capital letter D. and the boat portion is the front stretch. And as you go off into turn over one. You're carrying a lot of speed. What is the key to getting into hot or pushing in or getting loose in and all that stuff are their markers that you use landmarks on the On on the Games landscape to to I guess you says breaking zones or not getting into hot you know Richmond. Is these track. I feel like four having breaking marks into the corner and things of that nature because of the way the walls are the way the front stretch curves and also with the red and the white on the wall Makes it very difficult to pick out a mark. So honestly I kind of look towards the yellow lines it kind of reference my depth perception Kinda understand how far away I am for my breaking zone. It's amazing how close each lap you are to the same point You know just naturally but you know. I'd say it's interesting Ed Richmond and you have to get in the corner pretty deep to have to have a fast last time but you can't you can't roll the center too fast and and wash up so yeah it's it's really tough balance there because you have to give a corner heart similar to any short-track road course. But then at the same time you have to make sure you don't overdrive the center of the corner chatting with William Byron winner. The Toyota owners one fifty over the weekend and Richmond raceway. You mentioned a few moments ago William you. You stayed out with thirty seven to go. A lot of people came in and took tires and all that is the tire fall off in. Ira seeing similar to what it is in real life because you one on old tyres when everybody else came and got a fresh set there. It is very similar. You know I think we. I think we kind of looked into the way that that that worked out for us. Because honestly what happened there was was was. We had older tired. Obviously and they are A few tenths off for sure so We kind of had a buffer of cars behind us that they'd out as well. We had two cars and Christopher Bell and Eric Jones and those guys did a great job of holding off the rest of the field Behind him for a while and that really gave us the buffer that we needed to kind of gap ourselves to the field so Yeah I think it was honestly GonNa work out pretty well. There's the end you know had the cost you come out when the caution did come out it change everything and I just had to make sure I had to restart in when you when you stayed out. You're starting to pull away. Although Timmy Hill on re-start everybody was saying Oh man. This is This Texas all over again you know when he when he bump bump and run you. They're coming out of two at Texas but the problem is could get to you on. This restart your restart. Game is strong especially at Richmond. I know that you're not going to give away the secrets to the competition. But can you give some perspective about when you go it? Seems like you just launch right out of the out of the zone on these restarts. Man Yeah I just tried to get the best that I can honestly You know I just try to do everything correct. Those are key moments of the race. The restarts are to have success in and real racing and virtual racing so You know really just have worked diligently on those restarts to try to get better and better acted like I feel like that's happened so Yeah I think it's great. It's the restarts have been as strong as they are. Definitely something I'm proud of well. This weekend we put Richmond in the rear view. And we're headed off to Talladega this weekend and speaking from personal experience. Talladega is one of the most awesome tracks to run on. I racing folks. If you haven't done it out there. Hop in there it gets it gets pretty dicey. I'm sure that it's a different level of dicey nece on erasing. That is in real life. Because you have that sensory overload William in real life at Talladega although you do get a good fair share in the game. What do you expect this week in an? Are you looking forward to racing data on I racing this week? Yeah I'm excited about it. I think it'll be a much different Pay of race. And you know you're going to see some some action carnage probably but it's GonNa be fun. I think it's going to be a really fun. Event for everyone to watch with it being Talladega and and I'm just looking forward to that. Honestly Kinda mix it up and not having as much to do on the practice. I the thing this week got honestly just GonNa Kinda kind of you know. Wait and see how it goes and see how it plays out. But it'll be nice to have a little bit of a refreshing You know entry to this week and not have to not have to worry so much about qualifying race feed and all that and interest rates. It's going to be a fun race. Be sure to tune in our friends at Fox will have the coverage. I racing DOT com. You can subscribe there you can race online and you can experience some of the things that we're talking about with The drivers that have run well and one on some of the I. Racing tracks before we let you go everything going well with you. What's the update from the Byron? House there as it pertains to navigating through the cove in nineteen crisis here. Oh It's been great. I've honestly tried to spend time with my family and friends Really just family honestly and and You know it's been been Definitely different you know but definitely thinking about all the people On the Front Lines. That are really working hard to during this time to get past this. Get through so Yeah our life has been You know somewhat normal. I guess you could say Just trying to trying to stay with family and We've had a lot more home cooked meals. I guess I'm used to a lot more time at home than I've ever been used to. What what. I've started racing or since I started racing so Unique but trying to enjoy the best. I can't as well yeah enjoy now because I have a. I have a feeling the back. Half of the season is going to be very very busy in those home. Cooked meals are going to be hard to find few and far between appreciate you taking time to join us. Thanks for thanks for your time as always. Congratulations on the Richmond win. And let her fly at Talladega and we'll see what you got from their own Sunday absolutely. That sounds good. Thank you thank you. William Environ winning the Toyota owners one fifty from over the weekend at Richmond. Raceway more coming up on that. Car Live Hey. There is hall of fame driver. Rusty Wallace for blue EMU after spending nearly a quarter of a century in a race car. I know what it means to be banged up and bruised up. Spent that's why reach for blue. Emu product support my muscles and joints blue EMU is known for quality and innovation.

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"byron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"byron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"But I'm GonNa let him let that last long so I think we all knew that he was going to be the same Michael Jordan. He was when he when he You know before. He left for the For Baseball when he came back firing you know what I like. I felt like that documentary for young people. Right was education on a lot of ways but particularly for Laker fans. Because you're seeing the guy. Kobe wanted to emulate you around Kobe as a young man. You coached him like what? What kind of similarities? Could you draw between those two guys? I'm telling you this George. You know people that are watching this documentary Michael and seeing how driven he was seeing how. He treated his teammates and how he pushed his teammates. You're looking at you know Kobe. Whatever ten twenty years ago I mean that's that was him you know You know not. Not to the point. Where he'd be raiders play but he challenge guys he he wanted to know. You know and I'm talking about Kobe. He wanted to know who he can be in a Fox hole with you know. He wanted to know who's who he could go to war with. And he was gonNA test you every single day of practice and that that was m j you know it really good friend of Mine Dera Walker play with Chicago. Used to tell me stories than men do with punch people in practice you know but he did it to find out who who Who can go to war? But you know you wanted to test your heart and great leaders. You know have different Mentalities out there on the court during practice you know Irvin Magic. Johnson wasn't like that he would jump on you but he did in way where he was really trying to encourage you To get the best out of you and and that worked for him and it worked for us you know. Mj was totally different. You know in in both guys are extremely successful. So you know when you're looking at this documentary this is this. Is You looking at a lot of what what Colby Bryant was all about? And that's basically who we learned from was Michael Jordan. So you're watching you know You know two of the greatest that ever played a game and how they really went into every practice when into every game how they prepare mentally as well as physically how. They challenge themselves in their teammates and their coaches and front office. I mean those guys didn't leave anybody out you know. Nobody was Everybody was vulnerable to to to get. You know a tongue lashing from those guys. So that's how you have to look at so you're telling me that Kobe Bryant almost maybe one day might have thought about punching Marcelo where tests or some riot Orion Kelly or someone like that. Yeah if they would have messed up in practice where he was on. Your team know You know I thought elbows the guys in practice but again he was both sometimes. Hit you in the chest and then we get the other guys. Who's in front of just to see if you can get a reaction out the guy? I mean that. That was just Kobe again. He wants to find out who he can go to war with for sure Byron with us here Byron Scott Laker Great. When did you? When were you aware of their relationship? Because I mean I don't know how many of us knew what the depths of their relationship was until Michael. Talk that memorial service. But you around him. Did you know that those two were were pretty close not did your? I mean that was you know. Mj talking about the phone calls and the conversations that they had memorial. I was sitting here like wow. I didn't know that relationship with that type and you could tell it. Was that time. When you look at 'em Jay at the memorial and and How he was crying and the heartfelt messages that he said in the things that he said about kb as his little brother and you know the vice that he would give him and you could tell that they had a relationship that lasted for a while. You know and I don't think a lot of people knew that you know. Obviously Michael didn't make known in. Kobe didn't go around bragging on his relationship with Michael Jordan It was just something to those to have between themselves. And you could tell. Talk a lot about basketball Probably about life in general so it was. It was really good to hear you know some of those stories from Michael You know about his his compensation. Koby and again like you said I. I had no clue. They were that close. But it was really great to hear Byron Scott Laker Gray. Joining us here on this show on. Espn Byron. It's great to catch up with you again. I'm glad everyone safe and sound and hopefully we can catch up again soon. George anytime a man and make a and make sure you stay inside as much as possible to keep enjoying the family. We'll do sir take great talking to you again. My friend George. There is Byron Scott Laker great with this year..

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"byron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

10:09 min | 11 months ago

"byron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Insurance guests appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance line. There is Byron Scott Lakers legend joining us. Here friend of the program Byron First of all. How's everybody doing everybody safe and healthy yours? How you doing first of all everybody is safe and healthy. You're doing what our governor is talking about doing staying home and and We're having a lot of fun doing it to be honest with you not getting bored. So everything's good. Yeah Yeah I hear. Ya I hear Ya. It is look the interesting part of this is that it does give us a little more family time that we probably would have never gotten right like. That's the silver lining. I look at this particular point absolutely. I think you know it gives you a chance also to reflect on a lot of things that's going on in your in your everyday life and your for me. It's really gave me a chance to slow down. You know just just sit still for a minute and You know like you said. Enjoy the family time that you have. Yeah it's slowed. Down is a perfect word for it right because we were definitely running. We were all sprinting in life and you need to every once in a while you need to stop take a deep breath smell. The fresh air and boys. There are a lot of fresh air right now. Byron Without fifteen million cars on the road. We went from the the worst air quality in America to the best air quality in American a month. It's kind of Nice. I gotta be honest. Unbelievable I'm sitting at home and I'm in Mozambique's I'm looking outside and I. I've never seen this. This far in the air is clear. You know I can see the ocean and it seemed like I could see forever so air quality right now. I've been to. I've been here. I know that is pretty crazy. Barrett so obviously everyone was watching the last dance documentary yesterday. The there's so many aspects to this but you know magic was in there talking about he could see Michael Kamen. And Larry. And all these guys right Pat Riley your coach. How did you view him when he entered the League? Well when he first entered Italy beauty. Ms Just Unbelievable County Player To have very few weaknesses I think his only weakness that I thought of it that time that he was very inconsistent with his jump shot. But you wasn't that you could say let's force in this way that way. Because he could do either way. You're going to his left or going to his right Very effectively get to the basket. He could he could dunk on you or you can go around you and reverse it. I mean He. He was just so good so gifted that I know in his early part of his career. When I had to guard news you know I I remember one day telling rows because he. He wanted to deny him everywhere. Just don't let him get the ball but he was so smart and he understood the game so well that if you did that then he's GonNa go back door so I suggested. Let me let me just let him catch it and let me just play off enforcing Michou jump shots and That particular game it worked pretty well. He went six for twenty six but it didn't work. It didn't work that well. After that 'cause he started being able to hit shots on a consistent basis and when he started doing that it was just you know he had no weaknesses. You just hope you miss shots. It was almost like a garden. Kareem I'm sure from the center standpoint. Where when he turned Scott Hook you just hope he missed because what you can do about it. Well same thing with them j you know once he elevated and he was falling away already You know all you can do is hope you take me back to that series Byron where you guys are playing them in the NBA finals. You know what's funny now is because it's so long removed now from that that you guys were the favorite in that series and they were looked at as the villains like the young team trying to steal what you guys owned right like it was. Kinda WEIRD THE WAY. Those dynamics work back then that people don't remember. Yeah I've never looked at them as the villain. I you know I just looked at as a young up and coming team that had you know. Went through their their their battles with Detroit in Boston And sometimes you gotTa lose those battles before you can win the war and I think. They got a lot of scars from from previous series. That really got him trying to this particular series. You know we play in the finals. Y'All fortunately for US James. What a hundred percent you know. His knee was bothering him. I got hurt and I think game one didn't play the rest of that series but that team was the they were driven. They were hungry They they were trying to win a championship. And at that particular point you know Michael had already you know I live. You know he had. He had already been looked at as one of the best if not the best player in the NBA. At that time And they kind of looked at him. I think you know m I'm into other. I'm Jay Magic my boy and Larry's the guy who was gonna take the torch And Ben Scotti. Who was you know starting to arrive as well so I I think at that particular time that team just prime they were hungry And it was just no stopping them at that time. Yeah it's interesting question. I mean you guys got game one and I look. I know you guys were dinged up but you had to fill at least confident that you had a chance. 'cause game three went to overtime like I remember. You guys had a chance to really take lead in that series. Yeah Yeah I mean we knew we had a just a matter of you know we had to have some things go right and You know game three like you said. We had a great opportunity to win that game. We didn't win that game and I think from their standpoint the Bulls is when they took game three and went up to one. It was like listen. Let's let's put up put on their next. Which is the way we thought as well. You know we had a team down your. Let's put off put on on under next and let's let's press it down. Let's not let up. And they went on went on to win the next two games. You know what happened though in that series is that you know you had a lot of big men there and they were perimeter oriented team. You know she had some dead weight like that. Michael Thomson Guy. You know what I'm saying. Barely played in that series. You know everything has their their their weight. You know go through. Notes are Mt Michael Johnson as much as giving crap you know. He's still when one of the best. I swear to God one of the best you know acquisitions Jerry. West may was bringing that guy to our team. 'cause he gave us an inside presence on the defensive and he could guard pretty much. Anybody defensively on the poll. Something he was really so good defensively. It was scary but yeah that's very like I said you know as good as we were. We were banged up and we getting engage in that team. Was that young aggressive hungry. You Know Scotty I remember Scott. Picking Up picking up a magic ninety four feet. I mean just you can just see that. They were just probably as much as we wanted. They'd probably want is a little bit more. Byron Scott joining us here. Laker great here on the Sodano show on seven to ten. Espn and then after that you went to Indiana and you had to face them again in the postseason a number of times you know what I I enjoy the face. I'm just twice a year then I go to India and I gotTa Face Four Times. You know so. I gotTA C. J. on four different occasions every year for the next two or three years but it was fun. It was fun because we had a really good team in Indiana. Obviously you know. The boys were great The one year he retired and then he came back. His first day was against us. You know at In Indiana we beat them on national. Tv But You know if you're a pattern we have one of the great competitor to Reggie Miller. I mean you talk about a guy that you know as we call him thing man. You're talking about a guy who got up for him. I mean he he. He looked forward to the challenge because he knew he just like we all know you play against the Best Byron. Look forward to the challenge. The trash talk between those two must have been epic like what was that like to be on the floor with those guys. You know you knew going into the thing about. Mj He didn't talk trash. And tell you started and once you started you know he was going to go in and you go all in Reggie. He was GonNa talk no matter what you don't have to start. Reggie Reggie's don't talk. You know and that that was just him so just those two guys going at each other and talk and and you knew. The offense was focused around those two. You know we focused office in Indiana around. Reggie Miller 'cause he's so damn good and obviously the same thing Chicago with him Jay even though to try and go you. You're not supposed to be able to just really focus on one guy but you have ways in the triangle offense manipulate that. Ball's GONNA be whose whose hands going to being so you knew it was gonna be MTA and so those two guys going at it was was man it was you. You almost was almost stopped playing. Just listen to them. I mean you know you had to realize the way we planned against these guys. We gotta keep playing but just listen to go at it and there was no blood loss between those two. I mean they. They really really win at each other. Every single time they played Byron. Scott joining us here. Laker great here on this Donald. Show on seven hundred ten. Espn when he retired though and came back that I know that's the season you when you were in. Indiana guys lost to the magic in a seven game series. They ended up shacking and Penny go to the NBA finals and lose to the rockets. Did you think I mean you said you guys beat them in your first game back in his first game back like did you think he was still going to be Michael Jordan at that point though yeah I did I mean he only took a year off and it was still in his prime so when he came back he was rusty. You know when we played them on that that afternoon you could. You could tell that he was gonna you're gonNA take him a week or two and he was going to be the same old M Jada. We knew And I think it happened probably about a week later where he was in Madison Square Garden. You just just tore them up so we knew it was gonNA take him long. It wasn't like he said two or three years he said off the basically a year and That competitive nature that he has we knew. But I'm GonNa let him let that last long so I think we all knew that he was going to be the same Michael Jordan. He was when he when he You know before. He left for the For Baseball when he came back.

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"byron" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"A great quested David Fox show. I'll say this There are and I've said this before but there are a lot of reasons to resign. Amari Cooper Right I. I'm not saying that there isn't But for me the fact that they traded a first round pick is not one Like I don't I don't look at that and say well. They traded a first round pick for him so they have to resign him. Because I think I dream. I'M NOT SAYING THAT BRINGING BACK. Maher is a bad idea but if if the cowboys have reached this point where they're saying man if all things are equal. I don't think that they should say well. We tried to the first round pick for him so we have to bring it back. No okay well I think and I'm not to disagree with you on that because I and I understand you're you know but the thing about that is you could have said that. It's not that important. Had He not been that made a huge impact on this on the state now last year? I don't know it was kind of weird. Some of the things happened with him. I don't know if we are times. He wasn't on the field. I don't know is kind of quirky. But right I think that had he not had such an impactful Effect on the teen the fort when the cowboys were in in the tank and he came back. And all of a sudden. Mu No resurgence of his offense. Because Amari Cooper then I say okay. Yeah we yeah okay. Well we trade. It didn't work out but the dude is may mean so much this team. Yeah I mean again. I'm not diminishing the value that Amari brings. I'm simply saying that. That is not a motivation for me. The fact that they paid a first round pick to get him. Because you know I don't think again it would to say doubling down frames it badly because that's like saying mistake but I wouldn't double down just because of that now between Amari and Byron Eileen Amari but it is It is a bit. I mean it's like I'm like fifty to forty eight Mostly because last week we talked about How bucky Brooks had just mocked? Cd Land with the cowboys after the Combine Daniela Jeremiah. Also mocked CD. Lambda the cowboys. And I think it's I think there's one there's one road that is maybe easier. I guess what I'm saying. It might be easier to replace Amari as in a I think it's easier to go find a premier wide receiver in the draft. Him in the cowboys. Just found one in Michael Gallup and so I think that it. I think that that path makes some sense but I do have a hard time Byron over. He's taking Michael Gallup's a better receiver than the Mark Cooper No. I don't think that but I'm saying that you can go. You can draft good wide receivers and so. Who was the last corner outside? Let's let's look at the last. So here's the thing Michael. Gobs THE LAST RECEIVER. The cowboys drafted right. And he's very good. We agree with that okay. Who's the last corner that the couch spent a legitimate pick on? That wasn't Byron Jones. It was Chile enjoying Lewis in two thousand seventeen right so my question then to you is is Michael. Gal Who's better at their position. Michael Gallup or Cheeto joined Louis. Michael Gallup right. Yeah I think he. He showed that last year emergency. I would say that. Yeah so so. Gallop is a better receiver then either. Join our corners. So that's what I'm saying. I trust their ability to go find Receivers in the draft because they just found Michael but I think I think it's very it's a commentary situation L. R. J. When you look at Amari and Michael Gallup and last year with Randall. Cobb I mean I think I think that Amari Cooper compliments all those dudes. That's an so I think you've gotta look that way because then when you do the southern I was Michael Gallup a number one receiver and you. You know you you put him. You Know Amari Cooper on the your scenario is the if they go out and draft. Someone like CD lamb at that number seventeen or whatever pick the cowboys have okay and then in compliment with him. Then you're really going to. Then you really have to bring a new a new guy in and really just kind of grooming and and look I think Mike McCarthy is is a good coach for that. But I don't know Mark Cooper. He's good at what he does. He runs great routes and he compliments everything else and I think you. You GotTa give them credit for that. I think Byron on the other hand is is a really quality corner and teams should pay for that because that's how important a commodity. The corners are national football. But the snow I have with. This is if you go and spend money on Robert Win. And you get a better defensive lineman line and you get better pressure you can complementaries those You know a corner that may not be as good as Byron. Jones lost so now play the game. I just played with those two players. Okita is in. Your opinion is Amari Cooper who is better at their position. Amari Cooper Baron Jones. I think it's I think I'm are is a better. Receiver THAN BYRON IS A corner. Do you agree. Yes okay so I we agree. They're all I'm saying is that I think it's harder to find. Let's say that Amari is a nine out of ten right. If Emily we're making up some numbers for the purposes of this exercise. He's a nine out of ten as far as receivers go pile like seven and a half at ten. Maybe an aide at a ten as far as cornerbacks go and my point is I think it's harder to find sevens and eights corners. I think it's a little bit easier to find sevens and AIDS at receiver and so while Amari is a better player at his position than Byron Jones estimation. I think it's harder to find corners in general which is again. I Still Lean Amar. Because he's the better player but that that's why I can sort of convince myself that that path makes sense like okay. Maybe we're going to keep the lesser players so to speak in Byron Jones. But it's easier to find good receivers than it is to find corners and yeah. I agree with you. I'm a defensive dude man obviously but I just think for in my experience on teams. Is that when you really have a really good wide receiver that runs tremendous routes and in the smart and really gets open and it's hard to find a shutdown corner like a guy who's like put on an island okay. No-one rebus island or Primetime Island. Whatever the island is in the ones going to throw at him. It's hard to find those guys because those guys don't need to you know get pressure. On the quarterback they Byron Jones is not in that category. I mean he's a good player in he'll get paid and why it at the cornerback position. I think when I look at you know what you've got to have to build a franchise you've got to have a good quarterback you gotta have a blindside tack offensive tackle and you have to have great corners. Okay and the hard to find and I understand that so the point I am on my experience with with corners. It may have been a little bit more subject to an getting exploited because you didn't have a perfect situation. You're just getting pressure on quarterback. Every time I think that you if you can the guys that you already have and I think the cowboys do and have the potential to really. I GUESS. Make up the slack with some. Maybe someone might Byron Jones. I think I think that's why I think Martin means more to this to the cowboys team and I think you know the point is. Is that if you find a corner that's a seven or maybe a six Then you can complement him. With the with the Pashas rush hopefully the guys that you haven't played if that makes sense sure it does and I think that this is you know maybe with a little bit more intelligence. The discussion that the cowboys have had as opposed to dislike seven to ten conversation that we're having but my worry and I guess it really doesn't make sense or a really matter is what I should say. But my worry. Is that the cowboys you know in their debate about these two players that they listed kind of the pros and cons like you and I just did and then they said well. We gave up the first round. Pick from our so. That's the guy we have to bring back. I don't think that's the right way to go about it because at this point. That's you know that's already been spent you know what I'm saying like you don't say like you know. I don't know if I told you I was in a car accident Last weekend in Northridge Hills we went to Dallas. My wife had a church conference there. I didn't know that we're okay. We're okay thank God but so somebody just like smashed into us on the highway and so right now. I'm dealing with insurance and everything so if you were in a. Let's use a car accident as an example if you had this was not me? Believe me but if you had spent forty grand on a car and it got it got totaled or whatever are you we're looking at fixing or whatever you wouldn't say you know well. I'd rather do this in go with that car because I spent forty grand on you know like and again I did not spend forty grand on my car but you would look at it and say well that money's already been spent right now. We have to look forward. That's the only direction you have to look. And that's my point with the first round. Pick like yes that happened and that was a big price to pay. But that's that's already behind us. You know what I mean like I if you WANNA keep Amari over Byron Jones. There's a case to do that but I don't think that the the first picture be anything to do with the conversation. Well it's like it's like a house I mean you you gotTa Distress House. You put a little money in it and you sell it for more because it's got more value. Well I think I think with your trading a player first round draft pick. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA draft the first round draft pick because you think that they're going to potentially be a pro bowl player and be really really good a solid player in really good for quite some time and I think. That's what they got with Amari Cooper. They got a proven commodity. That came in here and is worth more than a first round draft. Pick because of what he did when he came in his first year and brought value to that and not only that the whole team. So I think I think to me. That's what you that's what you're you're risking reward is right. They're going out and making a trade him validate net and then some and I think he's done that in. Where are you going to go out and find? You can draft. 'cause he's wide receivers. May and it's a great. It's a rich draft this year for wide receivers. But I just don't think Amari Cooper you're just gonNA let him walk and go somewhere else because he because I think he's proven he's a proven commodity. I agree with that. I'll put it to you this way and I'm kind of making this analogy up as it goes along. That's that's how today today. I'm just totally free. I loved you'll you'll get this say you've had you've got a four iron in your bag that you trust you. You can hit this foreign pretty Saad. I don't know anybody that can hit a four iron solid but let's say that that's you I so you've got this foreign. You've had it for a little..

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"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Stowe was born in New England in eighteen eleven the Sixth of eleven children to a family that was the equivalent of American religious and intellectual. Royalty devout and fiercely fiercely abolitionist. She wrote the anti slavery novel Uncle. Tom's cabin which was published in eighteen. Fifty two the book about Christ Lake Slave named Tom made the abominations. The Nation's of slavery a concrete injustice to millions of white people who had previously thought about it only abstractly. It became the best selling book of the nineteenth century uncle uncle. Tom's cabin sold ten thousand copies a week. When it was published in book form a hundred thousand copies by the end of the first year in this country a million million and a half copies in England the first year Joan Hedrick is the author of Harriet beecher stout a life she was invited to go on an anti slavery tour of the British Isles After the book was published and She was just better crowds of two thousand three thousand people in Moscow and London and so forth north. The Queen Victoria came to to see her. Yeah it was yeah. She was truly an international phenomenom. You still second trip to Europe in eighteen fifty six. She had an extended audience with Lady Byron still had grown up reading an admiring. Byron's work work. Meaning his wife and grandchildren would have been a thrill in and of itself but lady Byron in the years since her separation from Byron had become serious about a number of causes including including abolition despite both being reserved women they had an intense personal connection. She was very very very smitten. I think is the right word. By Lady Byron era shed she had almost a Like a girlish reaction that. She felt his throbbing. Feeling it from the interview with her like she was almost infatuated by her. The bond between the two was so strong that lady Byron shared with stow the details of her. How rowing marriage to Byron including his relationship with Augusta? I mean she just had an extraordinary emotional response to her her intelligence her range of of knowledge rush and the fact that she was injured woman who told her fur story. Personally after this encounter the two women stayed in touch wrote letters silence at least one more time and then in eighteen sixty lady Byron died at the time of her death. Despite the past scandals she was a well regarded woman. The lady Byron's biographer again Laden Barham volume eighteen sixty and revered. She was regarded carded as a metal thing. Stayed until eighteen. Sixty eight that year. Byron's former Lover Countess. TERRESA Jujio Lee published her memoir. I mentioned Theresa earlier. She had a long affair with Byron after he left England for good the idea that Annabella had killed Barin with a code nece. She had been so code hostage she had not understood. His great love says system nothing. Thanks bye incest yet. Mind but just you need the great love for his sister and She was a code halted miserable woman woman who should never have been married to a wonderful man who was in fact who completely celebrate Any went to bed with women when they threw them so slash asked him because he was such a gentleman. Well you would think a book like that. Would just you know full flavor small cliff and never be seen again but it republished during a window wasn't much news getting on and the gentleman of the press fell upon it with up salute delight. It's a disappoint when Lady Lebron is under attack from Theresa chilly and the press that Harriet Beecher stowe feels called upon to defend her friend. stowe's intentions in doing so. We're good Ed. But they were not entirely disinterested stowe's fame was on the wane. The civil war was over. It was the middle of reconstruction and she was almost sixty her. Most recent recent novel had been badly reviewed. It would be ungenerous to say that she was simply looking for a way back into the spotlight but she did see in Lady Byron a righteous means ends of doing just that in defending lady. Byron's you could do two things at once. Stand up her friend and once again align herself with a surging moral 'cause this this time the one for women's rights women really expected that after the civil war you know They would be granted. The right to vote to Joan. Hedrick stoves biographer again and they started Agitating in public Around the the issues of sexuality and divorce so this is the context. That's where we're sexuality was now being discussed publicly so also had just read mills on the subjection of women and written a couple of people about how this had just opened her eyes so she's thinking about women's rights now in other words the moment wrote her piece was not entirely unlike our own. The world was changing rapidly and there was a new feverish. Attention being paid in some quarters to the mistreatment of women and here was his legendarily. libidinous male writer whose prolific sexual shenanigans had long been part of its towering reputation despite his abhorrent and menacing behavior towards his own wife. So sees all of this and she thinks she can do something about it she can bring this moral man to account and do right by her friend and herself in the process but the problem is she's not she's such a novice at this she hasn't really got a very well worked out philosophy of women's rights. She's she's just sort of fallen into this suddenly so what she thought would be. I think the The uncle Tom's cabin of Ah Women's sexual slavery it just didn't work out that way. In fact it backfires spectacularly in eighteen. sixty-nine Harriet Beecher stowe wrote a piece. Defending Lady Byron for the Atlantic monthly the Atlantic which is the same Atlantic that is still publishing publishing. Today was founded in eighteen fifty seven in Boston with the ambition to be a first class literary magazine and Exponent of the American idea kind of American ideal the mission statement included in its first issue we signed by the likes of Emerson Mellow Hawthorne Famous Popular Immoral Beacon and embodiment Bodyman of exactly the noble literary American values of the Atlantic itself aspire to represent stow was one of the publications star writers the P.. She wrote for the magazine about lady. Byron is still to this day a fun read Beecher. stowe begins by synopsys Inc. and dismissing the claims of Theresa Julie's book which he says as rousing up new sympathy for Byron and doing its best to bring the youth of America once more under the power of the brilliant seductive genius from which it was hoped they had escaped. Escaped Byron was a bad habit. She thought America had kicked. But now he's back and she's going to help kick him out again. She shares all of Byron's misdeeds will highlighting lady Barron's immense class and forbearance remaining quiet about his sins which include incest the paragraph which she takes a decades old open secret about Byron Tiran and his half sister and deems it fit to print reads as follows. He fell into the depths of a secret adulterous intrigue with the blood relation. So near here in consanguinity that discovery must have been utterly ruined and expulsion from civilized society. It was was immediately apparent to the acting editor. In chief. The writer William Dean howells this piece was potentially explosive. Howls consulted a number of people about about whether or not he should run it? Some told him no the doctor and poet Oliver Wendell home senior told him yes basically saying he should do it for the clicks because it will quote attract attract considerable attention. Howls position was further complicated by stove? starpower as one of his colleagues joked with the ring of truth he might have felt like he couldn't say I'm not her and howls also came to think Asto did that. This telling the truth about Bahrain's misdeeds was the right thing to do. He wrote soon after quote quote the world needed to know. Just how base. Filthy and mean Byron was in order that all glamor should be forever removed from his literature. In other words the art could not be separated from the artist and the ought to both go down in September of eighteen sixty nine. The Atlantic publishes the true story of Lady Lady Byron's life whatever the complicated motivations for printing it a combination of moral outrage and wanting to make splash wanting to tell the truth about Byron while keeping heaping. Harriet Beecher stowe happy. The piece is received and this is an understatement very badly so it created an uproar now was a howl From England Susan Goodman is the author of Republic of words the Atlantic monthly and it's writers eighteen fifty seven to nine hundred and twenty-five seen as being so distasteful and people are it as A move on the Atlantic's part to make money by by publishing something that was sensational. And so that that was considered tawdry. The Atlantic monthly was widely seen to have published out of bounds poorly source dirty laundry about a poetic genius. The piece was riddled with factual errors and this readers. Further excuse to dismiss it. One of those errors had to do with the dates of the Byron's marriage still made it seem as though Annabella had buried by knowing about the incest and this turn people against her. What kind of woman would accept that that only a vial one? The fact that Byron was dead instead of as it might now making the whole thing less contentious only made it more so he wasn't alive to defend himself but there are also plenty of ways in which the pieces reception sounds familiar now as then people might wonder if consensual incest. I was really any of our business and like us. They look to famous people to take sides and they did the feminist Elizabeth Katie Stanton defended the piece but she was in the minority far more outraged about it including Charles Dickens. Who wrote quote wish Mrs Stow was in the pillory all the back and forth about the scandal all the hot takes published about it? Basically were gathered into a book. The print version of an explainer called the Sto- Byron controversy. And then of course there were the cancellations. The magazine began to hemorrhage readers who struck their subscriptions. En Masse even doesn't seem to have been an organized campaign to do so now they lost about a third of their you know subscribers. They had about forty five thousand subscribers and they lost fifteen. This is more more than just financially calamitous.

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"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Now famous in her own right for being the first to imagine a thinking machine. The computer one of the reasons Annabella had eight study math. I was in the hopes of counteracting. Her father's moody nature even though Eva Barely ever met him Byron last laid eyes on her when she was a newborn because in January eighteen sixteen Annabella left Byron. They'd been married for a little over a year. The end of Byron's marriage was scandalous bruise. Only one of the strikes against him others included his liberal politics bisexuality his attempts to sodomize both his wife and caroline lamb. And of course the incest altogether it was enough to push Byran ran out of England not that he didn't want to go letters from this period show that he was eager to get away from his marriage his country his expenses and the scrutiny in eighteen eighteen sixteen he set sail for Europe and that we didn't know it then he would never come back at the time he played the tragedy of his partying. He wrote a poem about his angst and having to leave his country his wife and child but the public wasn't really buying it. There's a cartoon from the time drawn George cruikshanks of Byron on a small boat. forlornly Lauren Lee waving to Annabella and eight on the shore even as he stands amidst bottles of alcohol three bosomy women hanging off of his body appropriate words worse. The report cynical about Barnes departure and sympathy about time was entirely a hundred percent with his barons adventurous. Life continued in Europe. He may have been a little disgraced but he was still regarded as a singular poetic genius. And it's not like bad. Behavior was off brand for him. He wrote more cantos of Childe Harold pilgrimage and his best regarded Work Don Juan. He continued to have affairs. He had another illegitimate child with the young woman. Minute named cleric Clermont. That's a whole other unseemly rabbit hole. If you're looking for one to go down and a more stately multi year relationship with the Italian Countess to resume jucci elite elite who will reappear later in the saga. He also became more and more involved in the Movement for Greek independence eventually going to Greece to fight the Turks in eighteen eighteen twenty four at the age of thirty six fighting for the cause. He died in Missolonghi in-depth. His reputation was restored barring death in this noble coors that coolest an overnight sensation on complete change of view about foreign despite everything thing that happened between them Annabel up still known as lady Byron because the two never officially divorced spent the rest of her life looking out for his legacy including financially financially supporting Augusta and Madora Lee honor bell a remained devoted to bar in until the day she died. She paid Tofu his debt software. He died she bought land in Greece. Booker she knew Byron loved Greece. She set up schools in Greece in his memory. He did a great great deal to to honor him. And that's we're going to leave the Byron's for right now to head to America and Harriet Beecher. Stowe every moment you spend in your bathroom should be part of an elevated experience with a colour intelligent toilet. There are arranged a smart smart features to help you feel your cleanest most comfortable using remote APP control. You can personalize your colour intelligence to create the ideal experience for you. Adjust the temperature. Get your pressure and spray of the warm water. Cleansing choose your perfect temperature and customize the warm air dryer enjoy soothing ambient light for nighttime way finding an automatic air freshening joining go hands. Free with automatic flushing and live operation plus touches seat opening and closing set preferences to match variety of routines. No matter your mood. A colour intelligent intelligent toilet offers everything you need for the ultimate pampering relaxation and cleanliness discovered. You've been missing at Kohler dot com slash intelligent toilets.

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"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"This episode is brought to you by progressive saving money on your car. Insurance is easy with progressive. It's an average savings of seven hundred ninety six dollars for customers who switch and save save in fact customers can qualify for an average of six discounts on their auto policy with progressive including discounts. Just for starting a quote online or owning multiple vehicles discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations get your quote online at Progressive Dot Com and see how much you could be saving discounts area and are not available in all all states and situations. There are three major players in the story. The romantic poet Lord Byron his wife Lady Byron born Annabella Millbank and the American author abolitionist. Harriet Beecher stowe. I'm going to begin with Lord Byron because in addition to being the oldest of the three his Gargantuan celebrity liberty and it's incredible longevity the stage upon which all of this plays out one way to see this whole incident is a referendum on the shifting meaning of Byron of how it who's most lasting legacy was not his poetry but himself he's had this incredible cultural impact possibly more than any other figure among the romantic poets but not for his poetry for his persona. Laura Miller associates book critic and people who have never heard of him mm are basically still in love with him whether they're reading regency romance novels or twilight..

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"byron" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"This episode is brought to you by progressive saving money on your car. Insurance is easy with progressive. It's an average savings of seven hundred ninety six dollars for customers who switch and save save in fact customers can qualify for an average of six discounts on their auto policy with progressive including discounts. Just for starting a quote online or owning multiple vehicles discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations get your quote online at Progressive Dot Com and see how much you could be saving discounts area and are not available in all all states and situations. There are three major players in the story. The romantic poet Lord Byron his wife Lady Byron born Annabella Millbank and the American author abolitionist. Harriet Beecher stowe. I'm going to begin with Lord Byron because in addition to being the oldest of the three his Gargantuan celebrity liberty and it's incredible longevity the stage upon which all of this plays out one way to see this whole incident is a referendum on the shifting meaning of Byron of how it who's most lasting legacy was not his poetry but himself he's had this incredible cultural impact possibly more than any other figure among the romantic poets but not for his poetry for his persona. Laura Miller associates book critic and people who have never heard of him mm are basically still in love with him whether they're reading regency romance novels or twilight..

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"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Reflect their values any anymore the Atlantic and stove were asking people to Rethink Byron and rethinking. A particularly beloved celebrity was also not something people wanted to do then any more than they. WanNa do it now. It's one of those things where people just didn't really want to believe it. Laura Miller again. They were just in love with him with either in love with what he represented the sort of Prometheus in figure the grandeur and you know he was such a Sloven he. He was so unkind to his wife. And you know. He was bad according to Victorian ideals which basically what she was saying but the value of someone like Byron in particular. I think he represented all of the Trans aggressive impulses that people could allow themselves to express so they needed him even more. If you think about the true story of Lady Byron's life as a boulder tossed into a lake. The effect on the Atlantic is the big splash. Immediate obvious dramatic but the Atlantic survives the impact basically by washing their hands of the whole thing. They just let it flow over. Basically Susan Goodman who authored a book about the Atlantic Again House didn't get fired. He blamed Harry though. You know four exaggerations. Let's say howls would actually go on to become the editor in chief of the magazine which slowly built its subscriber base. Back up for her part was completely blindsided by the reaction she just could not believe the reaction of the American press. Joan Hendrick does biographer again. She never thought that they would disbelieve her story which she heard directly from Lady Byron but instead they just decided that lady Byron. What's insane or you had a diseased mind or you know an end. Of course. They accused Stowe of being prurient and and and taking the Sensational Story. Dragging it before the public and some said even. If this is true you shouldn't you shouldn't say it in public but instead of backing off sto digs in. She turns the piece into a book. The vindication of Lay Byron. There is also at that point defense of her decision to write the piece in the first place. He never regained the kind of stature that that she wants had I probably would have continued to lose it anyway but this didn't help still. When stowe dies in her eighties in eighteen ninety six this is a minor ripple a footnote in the story of the woman who wrote uncle. Tom's cabin ultimately the stories most tidal repercussions. The people knocked flat by the way of kicked up by this boulder of a Brouhaha are the dead ones. Lord and Lady Byron since their separation lured lady Byron's reputations had become something of a zero sum game. When one was up the other had to be down in the years immediately after lady. Byron's death she had been on top but still is peace and the work that was responding to turn this upside down. Miranda Seymour again won Miss Interesting things about the response to hurry. It's book is that Byron was completely restored as a kind of angel clear. She's talking here about his persona not his poetry. Though Barnes work was wildly esteemed in his lifetime by the time. All this is happening. His poetry has become something of an afterthought and this mess doesn't change that it just gives his persona a hard Polish. The beginning of a new Passion full bio in the great figure. The neighbor mind injured husband above all which is his new role. He injured husband and that rule written well into the twentieth century to being injured husband. He has to have a cruel wife. Lady Byron. She seems to have become later in life. Not to put to find a point on it. A bit of a pig abstemious controlling a proud goody two shoots it's nothing that bad and certainly nothing that excuses Byron's behavior towards her but then as now it's nothing that fun. She's just a deeply unromantic figure surrounded by these deeply romantic figures who didn't always speak kindly of her. Byron insulted her in his poetry her daughter. Ada resented some of her controlling ways even as she assiduously kept her mouth shut in the years right before and after her death. This wasn't really held against her. She had her critics but she was a very respectable. Devout well-behaved woman. She was in a lot of ways a very good Victorian. When does article comes out? People don't just defend Byron the go on the offensive they latch onto lady Byron Self Regard. The complaints about her and wore per into a malevolent killjoy. With an anti artistic temperament who is out to get Byron nobre and wonderful woman who overnight almost it seen can be turned into a woman who is being described as I didn't know kite M Nesta and the woman in England and the types of there was no incentive. The main thing they wanted to say what's the was new incest. This was all a delusion of lady. Barnes mind And that idea was pushed relentlessly in book after book. Costa Book Lady Byron was cast as cold uptight heartless prudish and vindictive the wet rag to Byron swaggering genius out there. Besmirching his name. His every flaw was forgiven. Her every flat was magnified and this remained the predominant conception of her for more than a century in other words Lady Byron the least powerful least famous ensure least charismatic participant in this whole contre temps is the only one who was in the contemporary sense cancelled. As I was working on this piece I kept thinking about something that Laura Miller fleets book critic said to me about Romanticism. Still live in the sort of emotional and cultural soup of Romanticism. And so if I were to describe it to you it would be like I was describing what we live in now. If we have an idea of like the individual genius or the importance of gut feelings over reason or the imperative for self-fulfilment. All of those things are romantic ideas that were basically formulated during the romantic movement. But we just kind of take them for granted because we don't really remember what the world was like before the romantic movement this whole story underscore says we're still swimming in the same soup still working with the same archetypes asking the same kinds of questions fighting the same kinds of fights fascinated by the same sorts of things. I mean imagine if something similar to happen right now if a respectable outlet to run a piece alleging misdeeds about a famous man beast only on the words of the victim herself now as then the whole thing would be an enormous attention consuming to do. There would be pieces about the place of open secrets in our culture outrage the outlets frenzy for attention had led it to run such bad reporting questions about whether it was fair to judge a previous Arab by the standards of a new one and debates about the merits of the accusations themselves. Are they real? Are they really that bad? Should they have been shared? Has this whole thing gone too far? All of this will be capped by a lot of fretting about how we're now supposed to relate to the bad man at the center of the story even if after the dust settles. He goes on pretty much as he was. I'm not saying everything is the same. We're now at a moment. When stowe's basic position that there is a moral reason to expose the bad deeds of famous. Men is ascendant and blaming the victim. What happens too much is more generally understood to be an evil unto itself but you only have to think of the recent Michael Jackson documentary or the Cavanaugh hearing to see. We're not so far away from all of this. Even if in eighteen fifteen byron stands didn't have the ability to swarm it lady. Byron's Twitter Account Making Death Threats. Still if you're looking for a little reassurance that things have changed you can find it in the facts. That ours is the age. That finally took a harder. Better look at Annabelle millbank. It's only relatively recently well into the two thousand ten's the biographies like Miranda. Moore's have much more meticulously done. What Harriet Beecher? Stowe tried and failed to do a hundred and fifty years ago restore the reputation of the flawed by which I mean. The human woman married to a much more famous man. You know what they say better on cancelled late.

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"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"The reasons Annabella had eight study. Math was in the hopes of counteracting. Her father's moody nature even though eight barely ever met him. Byron last laid eyes on her newborn because in January eighteen sixteen Annabella left Byron. They've been married for a little over a year. The end of Byron's marriage was scandalous but it was only one of the strikes against him. Others included his liberal politics. His bisexuality his attempt to sodomize both his wife and caroline lamb. And of course the incest altogether it was enough to push Byron out of England. Not He didn't want to go letters from this period show that he was eager to get away from his marriage. His country his expenses and the scrutiny in eighteen sixteen he set sail for Europe. And then we didn't know it then he would never come back at the time. He played up the tragedy of his partying. He wrote a poem about his angst having to leave his country his wife and child but the public wasn't really buying it. There's a cartoon from the time drawn by George cruikshanks of Byron on a small boat. Forlornly waving to Annabella and Asia on the shore even as he stands amidst bottles of alcohol. Three bosomy women hanging off of his body. Public view was very pretty cynical by Brown's departure and sympathy about time entire any a hundred percent with his Byron's adventurous life continued in Europe. He may have been a little disgraced but he was still regarded as a singular poetic genius. And it's not like bad. Behavior was off brand for him. He wrote more cantos of child. Heralds pilgrimage and his best regarded Work Don Juan. He continued to have affairs. He had another illegitimate child with a young woman named Claire Clairmont. That's a whole other unseemly rabbit hole. If you're looking for one to go down and a more stately multi year relationship with the Italian Countess Tereza Jujio Lee who will reappear later in the saga he also became more and more involved in the Movement for Greek independence eventually going to Greece to fight the Turks in Eighteen. Twenty four at the age of thirty six all fighting for the cause he died miscellany in death. His reputation was restored. Barring death in this noble courses that caused an every night and fiction and completely change your view about foreign despite everything that happened between them. Annabella still known as lady Byron because the two never officially divorced spent the rest of her life looking out for his legacy including financially supporting Augusta and Madora Lee remained devoted. Barin until the day she died. She paid off his debt soft and he died. She bought land in Greece. Booker she knew Byron loved Greece. She says schools in Greece In his memory she did a great great deal to to honor him. And that's we're going. Leave the Byron's for right now to head to America and Harriet Beecher stowe Harriet Beecher stowe is the other major figure in the story and though she was otherwise not at all like Byron. She was also extraordinarily famous in her own. Lifetime.

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"byron" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"byron" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right so look. I what have I been doing. I've been watching breaking bad and it's fucking great. I don't know if you've seen it. It's a television television show but back when I watched it I waited every week you wait week to week and it was exciting to do that and I still think that's really the best way to enjoy television because you there suspense involved and you get excited for the week and it gives me something to do with the same time every week. Yeah this is not a it was a community the thing you didn't have to see the rest of the community pretty sure that everybody was kind of watching instead still happens in some ways it seems but it's great to watch them one after the the other just to burn through him. What a satisfying fucking amazing show? That's all I gotta say about that. I'm watching breaking bad again. It's not a plug. It's not anything it it just it's it's I'm saturated. I'm soaking and breaking bad and its word when you watch four episodes of breaking bad and then you pull out into the real world he got some pretty ski fucking goggles on man so Byron Alan many of you may know by renown from way back from real people was I think the first big show he was on Byron Allen Real people but before that he was a comic and before that he was sort of a child prodigy Oh gee comic in a way which I didn't know I've seen a picture recently that someone had sent me a buyer announced must have been fifteen or sixteen years old sitting with I think David Letterman and Jimmy Walker at the comedy on like what the fuck this this story runs deep. I should get into that here that out and and then I heard heard like you know he's got a billion and he you know he owns the weather channel Mike. This is getting a little crazy. All I know is that Byron Allen was one of those do too late at night. You'd be flipping through ATV. Channel is going to be drier and Allen Still on TV. What is Byron Allen have a show still what is this show and then he's got comics unleashed? which I think has been running forever that I did years ago where he was he famously would set you up for jokes just by going? I hear you have a bit about podcasting. I hear you do a podcast the most direct throwing two bits almost it was almost funny in the wrong way but that's on TV occasionally. I get checks for a nickel from doing comics unleash but it just became this thing where Jason's Inman from the New York Times. What is Byron Allen throws? I'm like you know what let's find out. Let's talk buyer now and and I did that. I am now going to share that conversation with you so in addition to all of the TV projects is company is watched the local now APP which is a mobile APP in a streaming network for lifestyle news weather traffic and entertainment entertainment. He's watching that to this guy's into a lot of stuff but the comedy history was Kinda was Kinda interesting interesting to me because as you know if you listen to this show we do we do. We are running sort of a a comedy history of that's mostly focused on the comedy store in that place a history of the comedy store under talk to some other old-timers to from there because there's still a few I gotta get Argus. Hamilton is coming as a deep tease the Argus Hamilton I've scheduled conversation with argus who did not want to do the show did not want to do a long form interview until Mitzi shore past now she's gone. I don't think it means that he's GonNa talk dirt but just outta respect. I guess so argues is coming coming but right now I got Byron this talking to Byron Allen a Byron Allen sitting right in front of me unbelievable all right. I'm pretty excited about it. You you know because you've come up in conversation. I've interviewed a lot of your old friends. Probably maybe their friends people mention you. I've had binder on. I'd had Jimmy Jimmy on Jimmy Walker on Letterman on Driesen on a like. I have this weird bit of of of wow wow mitzi shore's driver's license. Yeah what does that does. Y You gotta the frame. This wasn't just sitting on your death like I have. This woman changed my life right. Oh Yeah isn't that wild to hold that because like I was a doorman at the store in the eighties so I sort of have I don't have the the same relationship with her or the idea of her that you do let still like she weighs pretty large in your head right. Absolutely I mean I showed that the Letterman German he was like Oh my God at crimes committed I found that on the floor at the comedy store when we were in her office might binders doing a documentary on the store right yeah yeah yeah yeah did he did. He gave me a we did. A great interview together had a lot of fun but that that's family. You had all of my family on Kinda right. Oh my God you kidding me. These are people I've known for forty four years. But where did you come from. I mean where did you. How did you show up L. A. where I mean 'cause I know that you you ended ended the store? But where did it start Detroit Michigan. I was born in Detroit. I'm going there next week. Are you yeah great town nominal town. Have you been there lately. It's been a while but I the town I was born. April twenty second nineteen sixty one a great day for me Yeah Henry Ford Hospital and it was it was magical we remember Oh. Are you kidding me. We made cars for the world and music personally. Yes I personally only when I was a baby I was a baby and I went straight to the fourth factor. I was born in Henry Ford Hospital and I said I don't need this hospital. I'm going right to the factory. I'M GONNA go work with my dad. Add who worked there for my dad worked Ford Motor Company for over thirty years he did oh yeah and my grandfather worked at Great Lakes deal for over thirty years these guys I couldn't wait to go to work with they never called in day sick really never the euro man wake was lifer at four all of my whole neighborhood Yeah Dad my grandfather I couldn't wait to put a uniform on and go to one of the factories with my father and my grandfather and make cars and then after they made Karm sorry that didn't work out free free of Barnum. It's been a rough go for you. You know it was one of the things like win and I used to watch my dad. Leave and go. I can't wait to go with you and we're going to have our nice little brown paper bag launch and I'm GonNa go there and it was it was definitely one of my very first dreams and when they came home yeah you know they would make cars in the driveway. I would really so that would be the hobby as well oh they would build cars start with a screw right and a little a bolt and just build like months later. There's a car in the driveway. Just make it from scratch rods and share all day doing everything and a kid kid. You're so young I mean those are some of my fondest memories. You know Detroit Michigan in the sixties brothers and sisters. I have a half brother phenomenal. He's a really a good person. He's a pilot and I would sit on the Porch in Detroit right and listen to the radio with my grandfather and will listen to the Tigers play and I didn't even know you could go to a baseball game. I just matter the radio it just came out of the area and sit there and I would just listen to the games and those are just some of my fondest memory. But how did you end up here. What happened you know? My mother and father got a divorce when I was really young. I mean you look My mother got pregnant with me. When John was sixteen years old? Wow had me seventeen days after her seventeenth birthday on pay grew up together. Oh Yeah we grew up together so on paper. I didn't like very good yeah and you're talking about a little black baby born to a black teenage girl in nineteen sixty one. You wouldn't bet on that kid yeah. No no you would not bet on that kid so my mother and father get divorced. We had the Detroit riots right so assassinated sixty nine eight yeah so they they fascinate snake Martin Luther King and it was it was quite shocking. I'll never forget that I'm out in seven years old yeah out in the middle of the street playing playing baseball and now I hear my mother and my grandmother screaming. I've never heard them scream ever in my life right right and they're just fall to the fell to the ground they killed they killed him. They killed him and the next thing I knew literally mark like less than two minutes later I was looking down the street at a tank and troops coming towards me because the military immediately took over our neighborhood right like they knew this place was gonna get lit up like a Christmas tree and the military I mean I was literally looking down the barrel of a tank eight years old. Yeah I was seven years seven years old and they're coming download and the troops are walking on the grass with the right here and the bayonets like you know pointing the guns get in get in and the place got lit up and my mother Erin I came out to visit some relatives summer of Sixty eight yeah and UH supposed to be a two week vacation right and never went back yeah she loved it and it was great just amazing Los Angeles and we just slept for a couple of years on a Lotta Sofas and a lot of floor really oh yeah and wherever ever somebody was gracious enough family let us have a bad or so and it was amazing so she ended up getting into Ucla my mother and she ended up going to UCLA LA and getting her master's degree in Cinema TV production. Wow says she's in her twenties Yup. That's eight or nine and she's got a little baby me as a little kid. She's doing now she's doing. She's a single mother and we're out there and she's she gets into Ucla because she's at Ucla she's able to get Ajab intern she goes to NBC right and she says well. I she got a job at the Salvation Army. she was working over at the urban league and they told her about the Salvation Asian amy so she was giving away goods yeah and she was helping families managed to get placed they weren't homeless and and while she was going to use Ucla La and she went to NBC and she said Hey do you have an timber bank burbank. You have an intern program and they said no we don't and and she said well will you start one with me. True that's true yeah and they said yes we will and that was the the question that that changed our lives while you start an intern program with me like for what show in general just to be an intern anywhere on the law so this in one thousand nine hundred seventy two seventy two or so anywhere on a lot at NBC Bourbon right and she she goes there she she becomes intern and people start to like and they say you know maybe you should be a tour guide at the studio at the studio tour right and I'm out there with her waiting for her to get off work because at this point you know you don't have a nanny yeah I'm twelve or thirteen you know have an right right yeah so we go I go out there and waiting for her to get off work and I'm watching Johnny Carson do the tonight show and then I would just hanging around just hanging or NBC at NBC right so I'm like thirteen twelve thirteen years old walk across the hall and I'm watching Red Fox do Sanford through absolutely absolutely I'm watching Redd Foxx Sanford and son then I go across the hall. I'm watching Flip Wilson. Do the Flip Wilson Shine. I could not make this up then I go down the aw and I'm watching Freddie prints do Chico and the man and I'm just going to all over. NBC and I'm watching all of these shows new because I'm I'm the kid mom works here right. She later became a publicist so I'm talking about a number of years here. she was an intern tour guy then publicist. How funny was red? Fox Red Fox was amazing amazing so you're talking. Probably what am I talking about. I'm probably talking about eight to ten year span yeah so I'm out there and I'm watching Bob Hope to specials and I'm watching in for everything I just walk in. They knew me all the crew the cast everybody knew me he said Richard Richard Richard Pryor so he he did his specials out there and he did the Richard Pryor show which was very short-lived then network specials the network right yeah it was very I'll never forget the opening I learned so much being wallpaper and NBC yeah starting like h twelve and I'm just there and I'm watching watching the watching the writers. The producers really record. I mean what you just want this kid. That's just hanging around just absorbing everything. I'm watching the crew crew and I'm watching the lighting guy and I'm watching. Everybody's you of just primarily because I love it but you're also your mom you just you had to wait for your mother. I'm I'm sitting here waiting for my mother to get off work so I'm sitting there and I made. NBC My playground yeah and I'm sitting there and I'm watching Bob. Hope and George Burns and I'm watching rich little there there there then I'm walked down. I watch him do a soap opera days of our lives I'm watching a young Weatherman and aimed pat say Jack Jack before he gets before it gets wheel of fortune. I'm watching a young sports caster named Brian Gumbo before he gets the today. They're all there..

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