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"capi tan" Discussed on The Frame
"Assemble you got a book yet but you also have to book these other things. That may not speak quite as good. And if you don't you don't get adventures. That's right and as you said about. Half of the nation Cedar screens right now are controlled by three. The operators AMC Regal and cinemark and so they are able to you know whether some of these these terms they have such a scale that that they're they're okay now it's the smaller operators and especially drive in years. Drive in theaters were very vocal whenever the decree was up for examination by the the DOJ the smaller operators. Because they don't have that scale whenever something like block booking comes around you know they're not going to be able to negotiate associate really with any leverage and the other thing to think about is that not every theater has six or a dozen or eighteen screen. Some of them are one or two screen operations so the prospect of having to show a studio product whether you want to or not can be particularly monopolizing for some of those locations. We're talking with Erik Schwartz. All the Wall Street Journal about a Justice Department review of what's known as the paramount decrees. Nothing has really been officially decided right now and I want to hear the counter argument especially the one presented by the National Association of Theatre Owners which represents exhibitors what is their argument. And why do they want these decrees decrease captain place. They want them kept in place. Because I think the the review of these decrees is coming at a particularly vulnerable time for theaters. You have studios studios that are more powerful than ever because more and more of the box office being concentrated in a smaller number of films right so the the top five movies this year so far account for some twenty seven percent of the annual box office so far this year so it's become a really top heavy uko system and that is given the studios to release those films a lot of leverage and so from the exhibit exhibitors perspective. I think that they're particularly particularly Concerned about diversity of product. Because if you do institute block booking and you do allow the major studios to fill up a lot of that screen real estate. The independent production companies are going to have a hard time squeezing their movies in. And is it possible that a major studio like universal or Warner Brothers could now go out and end. Bhai a movie theater chain. Does that make any business sense for them. They certainly could now. And even in the in the years since the decree was passed. There were some mm studios. That would buy a theater here and there right like Disney has the L. Capi Tan here in Hollywood and so on now the the prospect of a studio buying a major chain. That's a lot of real estate for a studio to have to handle. That's a lot of electricity and overhead. I'm not sure if you're someone who if you're a studio all right now if it makes the most sense but the Justice Department certainly just made it a lot easier to if you wanted to so now that the Justice Department has made this recommendation. What what happens next so right now? The Justice Department is going to file a motion in court calling for the termination of these decrees. That'll be the next step step in the process which we should be expecting this week Eric Schwartz reports on the film industry for the Wall Street Journal. Eric thanks so much for coming back on the show you bet thanks John and coming up on the frame nineteen year old filmmaker. Philip humans makes an auspicious debut with burning in pain.
"capi tan" Discussed on The Frame
"The Broadcast Center at KPCC. It's the frame. I'm John Horn on. Today's show movie studios may once again be allowed to own movie movie theaters. So what does that mean for the business and audiences then at just nineteen years old filmmaker Philip. Humans has made his first movie burning. Lean cain which had him directing actors much older than he is. It never felt like there was any sort of hierarchy and forced them being older. Or even me being director and overcompensate it's such a mutual cystic equal interaction. And what's it like. Being the comedian who warms up the audience at TV tapings all that coming up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. John Horn for or decades a federal order set ground rules. For how movie studios distribute films making sure that big companies like paramount and Warner Brothers didn't monopolized allies the movie theater business now the. US Justice Department says those rules are outdated and need to go. Eric Schwartz all has been following the story for the Wall Street Journal and he says Hollywood has changed a lot since the so called. Paramount decrees were put in place. It looked a little different in the late nineteen forties. I mean the studio's it's really were able to control distribution of movies soup to nuts. They made the movies but then they often owned the theaters that that showed the movies. And we're also talking about a time. I am when a lot of the big theaters. Were really just one screen operations the you know. The multiplex been invented yet so the movie business in terms of exhibition has changed a lot since the nineteen forties there are now a couple of huge exhibitors. AMC Regal and cinemark that control about half the screens in the country but there are also streaming services like Amazon and Netflix and now Disney plus. How much is the changing landscape? Affecting the way the Justice Department Hartman is looking at this whole issue. I think it definitely bolsters the case To take the regulations away right because you can say look. Entertainment is now way they more than just going to the movie theater. That's in town you're right you have streaming services many of which are operated by the studio showing those movies in the theaters. I think that that definitely only bolstered. The argument the other context here is that the paramount decree has been swept up in the trump administration campaign to deregulate in general there are. DOJ officials now looking at rules that they might consider antiquated in the music industry as well. There are a couple Industries that are being swept up in this larger Richard trend toward deregulating or at least reexamining regulations. That might be considered outdated now. The thing that I found interesting is I looked up. A nineteen forty forty article from Time magazine that talked about distribution and exhibition. And here's what it said every spring scores of salesmen roar out of thirty one. US cities ladies to sell some seventeen thousand theater owners a full year supply of films sight unseen. This is the idea of block booking that at a theater owner would have to agree to show all of us studios movies. Even the duds Along with the good ones and that seems to be part of what was driving the Justice Justice Department back. Then I think so and that is one thing I think. Some of the smaller theaters in the country are worried about what that might mean. Because you're right it means if you WANNA get the blockbusters blockbusters you might have to show a few duds in between and if you are counting on getting a big marvel movie but you have to stomach a couple of months of lousy. He returns you know some of these smaller theatres especially the Independent. Operators aren't going to be able to handle that in theory. Then if you're an exhibitor and Disney says I've got this movie it's called avengers endgame. Assemble you you got a book yet but you also have book these other things that may not be quite as good and if you don't you don't get adventures that's right and as you said had about half of the nation's theater screens right now are controlled by three operators AMC Regal and cinemark. And so they are able to. You know whether some some of these these terms they have such a scale that they're they're okay now. It's the smaller operators especially drive in theaters. Drive in theaters were very vocal whenever the decree was up for examination by the DOJ smaller operators. Because they don't have that scale whenever something like block booking comes around you know they're not gonna be able to negotiate really with any leverage and the other thing to think about is not. Every theater has six or a dozen enter eighteen screens. Some of them are one or two screen operations so the prospect of having to show a studios product. Whether you want to or not can be particularly monopolizing. Well I think for some of those locations we're talking with Erik Schwartz. All at the Wall Street Journal about a Justice Department review of what's known as the paramount decrees. It's nothing has really been officially decided right now and I want to hear the counter argument especially the one presented by the National Association of Theatre Owners which which represents exhibitors. What's their argument? And why do they want. These decrees kept in place. They want them kept in place. Because I think the the review of these decrees is coming. Had A particularly vulnerable time for theaters. You have studios. That are more powerful than ever because more and more of the box office being concentrated in a smaller number of films right so the top five movies this year. So far account for some twenty seven percent of the annual boxoffice so far this year so it's become a really top heavy ecosystem and that is given the studios that release those films a lot of leverage and and so from the exhibit exhibitors perspective. I think that they're particularly concerned about diversity of product. Because if you do institute block booking and you do allow the major studios to fill up a lot of that screen real estate. The independent production companies are going to have a harder time squeezing their movies then and is it possible that a major studio like universal or Warner Brothers could now go out and buy a movie theater chain. Does that make any business for them. They certainly could now. And and even in the in the years since the decree was passed there were some studios that would buy a theater here and there right like Disney has the L. Capi Tan here in Hollywood and so on and now the the prospect of a studio buying a major chain. That's a lot of real estate for a studio to have to handle. That's a lot of electricity an overhead. I'm not sure if you're someone who if you're a studio right now if it makes the most sense but the Justice Department certainly just made it a lot easier to if you wanted to. So now that the Justice Department has made this recommendation. What happens next so right now? The Justice Department is going to file a motion in court board calling for the termination of these decrees. That'll be the next step in the process which we should be expecting this week. Eric Schwartz reports on the film industry for the Wall Street Journal. Eric thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thanks John Coming up on the frame nineteen year old filmmaker Philip. Humans makes auspicious debut with burning pain..
"capi tan" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"But here's my situation. I was having a hardware problem with my mouse, cursor sticking intermittently on my MAC on my macbook pro. So I went to the repair shop and the tech looked at my machine MAC book pro and actually why why I was still running El capitan, and I just kind of looked at him. I said, I don't know. But if I need to grade I will. And he said, well, it's too late. You can't upgrade now. At but we can assist an apple store. You took it to no, no, just an independent repair place. And then what did he say? He says, but we can upgrade it for for price. Well, I didn't even get that far. Because my initial problem was the cursor though, he go ahead. He said, it's probably a hardware problem bring it back in. We'll keep it for a couple of days, blah, blah, blah. He said probably ninety nine dollars for whatever that's not bad. And ninety nine dollars for their service. Not that. In the meantime, he said take it home for the weekend and go buy a max to plug into your computer. That's that's the advice. I would have given you for free. And that's what he did he prefer. I went and bought, you know, twenty dollars have a mouse line around. He could just plug in. No, no, no. Anyway, it worked fine, and I planted in for three hours now unplugged it at my mouse cursor on the MAC pro is working just fine. So it's an intermittent problem. Question though, is about upgrading to a newer operating system. Well, I let me help you with the mouse. So you did exactly the right diagnostic thing, which is to see if there's a problem in general with mouse there isn't so it's probably your track. Ped- could be Schwartz on track bed. So sometimes track and could be stray, you know, stuff going on in the track track pad will will stop. It sounds like it's not moving. I would keep the mouse plugged in the next time that happens, and you can't move it with track pets move with the mouse. Yesterday. And that's what and it worked with the mouse fine. Even though you couldn't move it with the track pet. Yes. Okay. So now, we know it's a track pad, and you know, it's not an expense. If he says, he could fix it. I would let him personally if you have an apple store nearby. And you do I would bring it to them. Instead. Because they're not going to say the dopey thing. Which is you can't it's too late. You waited too long upgrade it because that's not true. So if you want to upgrade L capi tan is late enough that you have the app store go to the app store and search for Mojave, which is the latest, and you should be able to just download Mohave and install it. If it says, no, no, no you have to install Yosemite. I it might sometimes that happens. You're only two behind. You're not way far behind. Yeah. If it if it says that whatever it says, it'll it'll walk you through that process. But I think from L capi tan, it's no problem just to go right to Mojave. To behind you might only be one behind so go to the app store, and and look for Mojave and just run that. Apple app store. It's under the apple on the menu up on the left their apps store and this search for M O J V E. That's the latest version. How old is the machine come with El capitain? I'm fine with it. It's about or. It is conceivable has nothing to do with you waiting or not waiting. Some older machines are limited to how far they can go. So so if your machine can't go to Mojave, high Sierra Sierra, it may be in fact, elk the latest version that you can't upgrade, but you'll know mmediately. I'm just four years ago. I think you should be. I think I'm pretty sure you can get all the way up to Muhabi. Okay. All right. Quick question about backup. I've used carbonite for years. It was like ninety nine dollars a year. And I just got my Email that oh, we renewed you for the next year and one hundred thirty five one hundred thirty seven is really gone up in price..
"capi tan" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Nature's way of saying good morning on. No come. These fucking cockeyed Fook. Apps shots way. All right. We gotta recap B's audience captain America, captain, Jack. Sparrow, captain, silly, captain marvel captain Ron I have captain crunch captain Jean maw, captain underpants, captain planet cap in modern Troas, captain Gianluca Picard sea-captain captain stabbing. L the L capi tan, Ken, Jack has captain Jack Aubrey Catherine Flint, captain, Rex captain John price and Johnny. It's not captain anything Johnny since it doesn't have kept it in front of his name. Let's make it when you do the graph. Make sure it's astronaut Johnny sins specifically or could be the army Johnny since your choice. I'm going to tweet a picture of it now, say ways gentleman, captain Joni sins are a t- Dutt Jonathan's Armageddon logo on this. Johnny sense, Armageddon Armageddon. Twos in the works. What do you think people? Hitting this money shot in. All right. That's that's what I'm that's what I'm going to do. Let's see if I can do it before the end of the Pont anything anything you wanna talk about get into here. No. I think we've gone way up the rails. We did we what was the rails that we went off on wasn't Johnson's or captain stabbing kept instead captain stab and was like the quarter on the rails that caused the train to jump. And then. The. The bridge. We fell off of Johnny since you wanna tag him. Yeah. Tag, Johnny sins in an telling you respond, and then we'll get we'll get more likes. All right here. I'm going to send you the pictures. We can get a live reaction sending it over. Now. So tweet this. Yes, okay. Context on this is going to be completely lost until people. Listen to the episode twenty because I know they're people follow do not use Recode tweeted it. Let's go. That's that's become don't talk about. I love tweeting the one thing during the also, by the way, the fuck. What's that circle? Mean called the summoning circle. How many circle did? Okay. Three. We re tweet seven hundred seventy six I thought it was this one right here. I'm showing you guys in the camera. Nice, dude. Nice. All right. Lissette, along if we if we do memes. Damn nice inside scoop. Congrats johnny. Someone replied seriously who is asking for this not everything needs to seek. Well, these are going to be good clients Instagram is working poster read fucking still broken. Crazy. Good episode. We're off the rails from the gecko. Hope you enjoyed it triple frontier next week. Interview on Sunday next week with the broken lives or God's Steve. Lemme John Farber, very fun. That's it for Kenya. Control. I'm Jeff low. We will talk to you on Sunday. Respond to catch about strangers. Find out from back in. At exit wiz them. I just tell the. Stress counting. Sarasin in just. Good. On the. I just want to. Good. I just
"capi tan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We're back covering the most intense forte job interview of all time. Twenty nineteen NFL scouting combine. Let's see who Florio lakes. We're here in Indianapolis site of the scouting combine today's really the first day of the combine although the onfield drills. That's the thing. Most people identify the start of the combine those don't begin until Friday there will be plenty of activity here. What do we know when we find out how tiny little baby hands are do. We know when that is why you find that out stats. Meanwhile after the program today, we are going to be busy my God. I should've packed a lunch Vic Fangio the Broncos head coach, Mike variable. The titans head coach cardinals coach cliff. Kingsbury eagles GM defacto. Howie roseman. Rick Spielman the Vikings GM Kevin Colbert. The Steelers GM Dave Caldwell of the Jaguars Bruce Arians, new bucks. Coach Matt Nagy the bears. Coach Matt leflore the Packers coach Bill O'Brien Texans coach and forty Niners. Coach shannahan we're going to be recording. Those interviews, and we will have plenty of that for you tomorrow and possibly into Friday here from the scouting. Combine I mentioned that we will have Matt floor. Mark Murphy, the CEO of the Green Bay Packers demand who ultimately hired floor set on Tuesday that Aaron Rodgers the team star quarterback has to embrace changes and expressed confidence that the quarterback will actually and exactly do just that. He's driven Murphy said he wants to win championships. And I think he knows that he's got only so many years left. That's is talking about Jerry Jones with the Cowboys. I'm excited. I think he and mad. I think that relationship is going to be crucial. He's the head coach. But he's the play caller. That's Mark Murphy talking about Aaron Rodgers and Matt leflore statue raise the question during the break or the Packers trying to tell Rogers that. Or are they trying to tell us that? I think they're trying to tell themselves that I think that the Packers if they repeat it enough times eventually will believe that indeed they have not surrendered the keys to the franchise to the quarterback to whom they're paying thirty three point five million. Dollars per year because the bottom line is he runs the show and they want Aaron Rodgers to act like he's not the face of the franchise that he's not the most important employees of the organization, but he is and will he submit to coaching. You've got so many people who are saying he's coach he's coach police coach it it becomes like this thing that takes on a life of its own. And you just wonder whether it makes Aaron Rodgers. By less inclined to do anything that could like it's almost like. I don't know that this is gonna work, but I watched on Monday night free solo the movie that won for best documentary about the guy who climbs Al capi tan with no ropes, and no anything and just climbs like a cat like right up the thing. And they were concerned that the presence of cameras was going to cause him to be different that he was gonna freak him out. And it's almost like this with Aaron Rodgers with all this pressure. And all this discussion about will he accept coaching like, it, it creates an awareness, and people are watching me whether or not I'm accepting coaching, and that becomes an impediment that becomes a distraction that becomes something that gets in the way of him just accepting coaching because everybody's watching and guys are going to be asked. It becomes a distraction for the team if they're asking Davante Adams three asking Aaron Jones, if they're asking this kept asking, hey is Aaron Rodgers taking coaching. There's a point where it just becomes enough enough to stop, and he becomes too conscious of our ruins watching him accepting coaching. You're not accepting coaching. If that makes any sense whatsoever. And there's a good chance it doesn't last year. I felt like most of the blame went on Mike McCarthy. Now, he's got a new coach new system. Do you think this year if he doesn't play up to the standard that we've seen that he's going to bear the brunt of the criticism? Are they going to cut him cut him? But I I mean, no. They'll always find a way to blame somebody other than the guy. They can't fire right? That it's going to be on Matt leflore for not being in tune with Aaron Rodgers look floor is going to be successful. If he can get the most out of Aaron Rodgers. So how do you get the most out of Aaron Rogers? He is a unique personality he is different from a lot of other quarterbacks not saying that in a bad way. Erin. But the reality is you've got to figure out how you get through to him and presses buttons and get the most out of him. And that's gonna be the challenge. Can he do it? Can you not do it? We'll find out, but this idea that that there I just think they should resist the idea of possibly backing him into a corner. You don't want him to feel like he's being challenged. You don't want it to feel like he's being overly scrutinize. You. Don't want it to feel like there's being too much pressure and too much. Criticism and just too much being dumped on him. I don't think that's going to help the Packers. So they need to get away from the comments about he needs to embrace change. And he needs to accept coaching. Let's just go for like there have been other franchise quarterbacks over the years that have had new coaches when when Peyton Manning got Tony Dungy to wasn't all this talk about pay manning except coaching. You just that's what you do is a football player played football your whole life. And and it's just a given you're going to accept coaching. And I think the more they talk about it the more they run the risk that it's going to become a negative issue. Not a positive one that the Green Bay Packers. Here's a negative issue for the folks in Atlanta. Especially for the two hundred didn't get paid according to eleven alive more than two hundred who served as temporary workers prevent surroundings. Should both fifty three claim that they have not been paid for the work that was performed they were employed by staffing services, which actually closed its doors in the days after the game obs- gone with the fee that they received apparently to provide those services, we're standing in front of Mercedes Benz stadium. Asking for relief. It's very clear they never intended to pay. These folks that's a former city council person. Derek bozeman mayor kisha Lance bottoms was the face of the Super Bowl. She needs to come see about her citizens. NFL VP of communications Brian McCarthy told eleven alive that the employees have been assured that the workers are now that the NFL had been assured by the companies that the workers would be paid. Okay. Well, does that mean that that they are going to be paid? We've been in contact with that company, which is shortest the staffers while we fully compensate. What's the NFL gonna do to them? If they're if they're not, I guess, they could depending upon how many layers in chains. There are between the NFL and this company B E staffing services like how much can they really do to put a legal squeeze on them. You can put a business squeeze on them. But if it's a temporary company that popped up out of nowhere to service the Super Bowl, and then just disappeared. What do they care about whether or not they ended up doing business with the NFL? Again. I think it is. It's spare to wonder whether or not this was all a ruse. This was all the scam intended to be a cash grab by a scoundrel who set up this be staffing services with the the goal of of taking a bunch of money and running away and for now, that's what it looks like happened. So we'll see whether or not this gets taken care of. But. This low footnote from SuperBowl fifty three that doesn't reflect all that well on the NFL or on Atlanta. Did you see the thing the other day about how the attendance figures at the stadium in Atlanta have been way was that all about that? Isn't that the now I guess I guess we know why they had to pipe in fake crowd noise was fake crowd. Right. We have to compensate for all these empty seats that we are classifying is actual people. Maybe that's your defense to putting in fake crowd noise. Well, we're saying these people were here if they actually were here. This is the noise they'd be made stimulating this is what they would have done. If these were if these people that we claim were here, we're actually here. Thursday stats tells me is the day that we will find out how tall how heavy and how how large or small the hands are of column or we're gonna talk to SIMS about that. I I hint hand sizes. Look you've got to be able to hold the football. You got to be able to grip the. Football. And the the NFL football is larger and harder to handle then a college football. And that's going to be a change for collar Marie? And and you also have to not have it knocked out of your hands easily. That was the Dante Culpepper fatal flaw for as big as he was he had small hands. And he he he had. I don't know where he is all time on fumbles. He didn't play long enough. I still think Dave Craig is the all time fumble leader. But Dante Culpepper had a boatload of fumbles during his time in the NFL. So that's going to be a fair consideration for collar Murray as we get closer to draft. How tall is he how heavy is you? And I think more important than the other two how big are his hands or how small his hands? What do you got? For me stats. Brett farve is the all time leader in fumbles one hundred sixty six followed by Warren Moon. Dave Craig is third is don't take over on the list. Yes, he is seventeen one hundred and two for a guy that really only had a handful of years where he was a starting quarterback, no pun intended. Then that would have been a lame pun. If it was intended. That's a lot of fumbles played for forty years. You're gonna lead in everything you're leaving in touchdowns, you're leading interceptions leading and fumbles you're leading and everything when you play in every game for twenty years. You are going to be the leader. But Culpepper made a good run during his run as an NFL quarterback actually had two thousand four was a magical year for him. He two thousand he was really good two thousand four he was off the charts. Incredible. But then after that twenty ACL MC L, and that was that. I don't take all pepper. That's that for this segment when we return some good news for the alliance of American football, which regardless of how it's doing in the Bank. It's doing not too badly as it relates to people.
"capi tan" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"That's you know, what try downloading again deleted downloaded. Did. They let me do that. Oh, so it says we don't work on Kathy tan. Anymore interest on the apple page on the I'm movie page, apple dot com slash movie. It says L capi tan or later. So they're lying. Yeah. Yeah. I honestly, there's good reason. Upgrade the operating system their security patches significance patches that you're missing. And I honestly think that there's no I understand your reluctance is it because you're frayed things will break or because it look different or I you know, I worked with that computers from the very early days. And sometimes when I went up great to new system. One of my games didn't work. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. Kind of in the past a little bit. But I'm wary of it still. Yeah. I don't blame. You. I do think that apple is notorious both with Macintoshes for having a very very high percentage of users on the most recent version, and I think that's. Because generally is a good idea. It's safe apple encourages it. And yeah, I haven't seen any show stopping problems in a long time. I think it's time. I think it's time to go to Mojave. And by the way, record stores are back record sales are up like four hundred percent year over year. People are buying vinyl again, Leo LaPorte. The tech guy. That's where I worked Vic. I worked. Outta see records in Santa Cruz. What year would that have been? Let's see I worked there while I was in college. I think I worked there in the mid seventies late seventies. Odyssey records loved that job. Because I got listen to music, and I and I kind of took pride and and knowing songs and finding songs for people. I loved it. Yeah. I don't I don't remember it like pizza. Oh, how funny locals record? I get it. Because because a record of vinyl record looks like liquid pizza. That's hysterical. Wow. Yeah. I I was fired from odyssey records the only job I've ever been fired from. Because they got a manager in and he fired all the guys and then only replace them with women. So I didn't take it too. Personally. Because I was a good employee. I don't think he fired me because he didn't like me. I think he fired me because I was a guy. I don't know if this is a marketing plan of his or whatever, but it didn't save the record store. My daughter briefly had a USB turntable. And and records problem is it's cool. It's fun. It's retro, but you can't really claim they sound better. Yeah. They're pure analog. But they don't wear. Well, it gets scratches and pops and hiss so it can't know some audio files. Oh, yeah. It's better. Don't know..
"capi tan" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"That's you know, what try downloading again deleted and downloaded. Let me do that. So it says we don't work on Kathy tan. Not anymore interest on the apple page on the eye movie page, apple dot com slash movie. It says L capi tan or later. So they're lying. Yeah. Yeah. I honestly there is good reason. Upgrade the operating system there are security patches significance patches that you're missing. And I honestly think that there's no I I understand your reluctance is it because you're frayed things will break or because it look different or I you know, I worked with that computers from the very early days. And sometimes when I went up great to new system. One of my games didn't work or. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. Kind of in the past a little bit. But I'm wary of it still. Yeah. I don't blame you. I do think that apple is notorious both with IRS Macintoshes for having a very very high percentage of users on the most recent version, and I think that's. Because generally is a good idea. It's safe apple encourages it. And yeah, I haven't seen any show stopping problems in a long time. I think it's time. I think it's time to go to Mojave. And by the way, record stores are back record sales are up like four hundred percent year over year people buying vinyl again, Leo LaPorte. The tech guy. That's where I worked Vic. I worked. Outta see records in Santa Cruz. What year would that have been? Let's see I worked there while I was in college. I think I worked there in the mid seventies late seventies. Odyssey. Records are loved that job. Because I got listen to music, and I and I kind of took pride and and knowing songs and finding songs for people. I loved it. Yeah. I don't I don't. Remember, it licorice pizza? Oh, how funny locals record? I get it. Because because record of vinyl record looks like liquid pizza. That's hysterical. Wow. Yeah. I. I was fired from odyssey records. The only job I've ever been fired from. Because they got a manager in and he fired all the guys and then only replace them with women. So I didn't take it too. Personally. Because I was a good employee. I I don't think he fired me because he didn't like me. I think he fired me because I was a guy. I don't know if this is a marketing plan of his or whatever, but it didn't save the record store. My daughter briefly had a USB turntable. And a am records problem is it's cool. It's fun. It's retro, but you can't really claim they sound better. Yeah. They're pure analog. But they don't wear. Well, it's scratches and popson hiss. So you can't I know some audio files at all. Yeah. It's better. I don't know..
"capi tan" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"That is that is the sixties right there. And that show. Seventies. What can I do for you, Jack? Well, I Don MAC, the has L capitain on it still and about two three weeks ago. My I'm movie and Raj ban. Just stop working. And you know, I went and looked around and tech them. 'cause I need a pre to the newest operating. I'm time trying to avoid doing that. I tell little different on the MacIntosh. You can do it safely on the MacIntosh, especially since you waited a while. Now. Yes. The real question is how old your machine is. Because older max sometimes can't be upgraded. Okay. Sure. I would absolutely upgrade. I'm not sure why movie stopped working. We're actually we're going to head into crisis land in the next version of MAC OS ten because no thirty two bit applications will work anymore. This Mojave is the last version, and so that means. A lot of applications. The people love will not be if they're not updated will not work at all. But you could safely go to high Sierra, for instance, movie would work again, you wouldn't even be using the most recent I would go to Mojave if you can I think we'll hobbies quite stable and solid hobby. Yeah. I would. Why would just stop working though that puzzles me because it's supposedly works on L capi tan. It needs. How much ram do you have? You know, I'm not looking at my machine minimum requirement. But I'm sure you have more than two gigs of ram. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I it scooter acts also our chat mod has the specs up for me. He says you also need open C L capable graphics card. It may be the graphics on there. Too old. I don't know why it stopped working. I don't know..
"capi tan" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"That is that is the sixties right there in a nutshell. Seventies. What can I do for you, Jack? Well, I got an I MAC has L capitain on it still and about two three weeks ago. My I'm movie and Raj ban. Just stop working. And you know, I went and looked around and tech them says I need to breed to the newest operating. I'm time trying to avoid doing that. I tell little different on the MacIntosh. You can do it safely on the MacIntosh, especially since you waited a while. Now. You think? So yes, the real question is how old your machine is. Because older max sometimes can't be upgraded now. Okay. Sure. I would absolutely upgrade. I'm not sure why movie stopped working. We're actually we're going to head into crisis land in the next version of MAC OS ten because no thirty two bit applications will work anymore. This Mojave the last version, and so that means. A lot of applications. The people love will not be if they're not updated will not work at all. But you could safely go to high Sierra, for instance, movie would work again, you wouldn't even be using the most recent I would go to Mojave if you can I think we'll hobbies own quite stable and solid hobby. Yeah. I would. Why would just stop working though that puzzles me because it's supposedly works on L capi tan. It needs. How much ram do you have? You know, I'm not looking at my machine minimum requirement. But I'm sure you have more than two gigs of ram. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It scooter X also our chat mod has the specs up for me. He says you also need open CO capable graphics card. It may be the graphics on there. Too old. I don't know why it stopped working. I don't know..
"capi tan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Really jetski. Oh, no problem. Like a boat though is and such a such a wimp Grammy one time just conked out to can't. Yeah. So it's really I just I'm just telling the water's all damn throwing up like really getting fish. And then as soon as I touched the ground like a soon as you get back on land gone. Totally for okay why I could never happened that weird. What the older I got the thing. I cannot do is. I cannot deal with high open places high up on top of a of a big ferris wheel again weeks. Got it. Okay. Yeah. Wakes? We're it really does. Because I I start like in my mind. I start going man there is like one nut and bolt holding me up here. And if that goes, I'm dead, some I once your head goes there, you can't rationed like an airplane. I don't care about an airplane skyscrapers. But he's like high open. I could never I could never skydiver bungee jumper any of that. Or zip line data? How much of an interest in that? And they put those rights together in about three hours. That's very true the doing, and let me tell you the other thing is I I do wanna see I wanna see this L capi tan movie this this guy. Absolutely. Can't wait to see the bare handed goes off stunning side. One person said it's the most spectacular. I forget the word, but some like the most spectacular physical achievement of our generation, I believe that one hundred percent right at that. And the second one was. Which part? Just being the cracking. Impressive. Spoil. When does the cabbie movie come out? Very soon like in the next couple of months years weeks. So I I forget what it's called free Sola free solo it looks. They're saying if you see it though, you should go see it like in an I max is it out now. Thank it's out that stinks. They haven't even promo that really came out like four months. No, no, no way. Was that is that the dot now? There's a trick. I looked this up over Christmas is I was going to watch it. Yeah. Like they released it like once. Yeah. Like once you got to watch it on online, or is that really really late. You have two minutes to figure that out. How do we watch free solo? We had the guy on years ago. Would you do it? Would you do or go watch it saying an IMAX in three D or that may give you like a drama meaning kind of watched documentary that wasn't very like. So maybe I could do that. But boat man that ain't state working for me. So I just sell my yacht. Really? So that you're the one who sold it to Dan Snyder, who's got the I max on his yacht. And I couldn't great and it wasn't worth the money. And the crew I felt bad for getting rid of the crew. Did you did you fire them or execute them show? I transferred their ownership to to that guy who just said coming up. Okay. So we have a whole lot of different things different angles that we're going to be hitting. But believe it or not Norway is doing the thing California wishes. It would do. Yeah. I read it this morning. Oh my gosh. They're GPS. That's right. That's right. That's you're putting in GPS connected mileage taxes, subtle happen. So did he California will do it that way? Where you self report you come on. No way. This is going to be the new Mark of the beast. It's going to be the GPS in your vehicle, and they're gonna know everywhere. You drive. Yeah. Well, they don't tax are driving right now. No well, gas taxes, but yes. Say they're going to say, we don't tax. We're we're taxing you a dollar a mile for road repairs. Yes. And no one except for which is gonna be great. When you have like twenty thousand miles a year, and you just have to write a check for twenty cheese. No one except for everyone to say. Now, we'll have the brains to think wait a gas taxes, a mileage tax already tax on driving and dies gas tax in the country. And we just had an opportunity to lower them a couple of cents and the people California said, no, no. The fine for they are. Do you think? Okay. Honest question. Do you think we get to a place where people finally there is a tax revolt in this state where people they just can't take it anymore? I don't know people just leave right because. Can't visualize. What that would be right. If I had a little hope if that gas tax passed,.
"capi tan" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"And I think like I am so glad that they have other people in this movie who are expressing things like we all are all thinking because if you just had Alex where he's like. Yeah. It's going to be great. I'm not scared. That'd be a much different film. And so this film really touches on like the feet of climbing it and also all the emotions that go along with. Yeah. Because I think you would almost argue that in some ways, Alex is almost like. Callous in a way, like he's like one of the important things. They talk about this film is like to do something. Like this. You have to put up armor yet to protect yourself, mentally because you're just so focused and they're saying like when you do that you do that in other areas of your life to put up like armor to the people around you because if you like are like in love or something that's being very vulnerable, and you can't be vulnerable to go do something. I like the word you used as far as armor for that. Because it does it is a definite protection and mental armor, how you said because I was like, you You know. know, you can't have a I don't want to say week. But a vulnerable mindset to be like, oh, what if this? No. You're just gonna go. Do it. Right. You know? Yeah. And that's definitely part of it is like there's just the idea of like he just gonna go do it. And you really see his journey to really conquer this mountain because you see him writing all of his notes of like, okay at this point do this do this. And then there's a part where he's like at pitch twenty-seven right foot. Karate kick out this way. Yeah. That's kranitz. Then comma trust comma like auto pilot, and it's like he's done it so many times that he has to like just his brain has to be completely folks on the task. And I only magin like you probably feel the most alive when you're literally like trying not to fall off a rock face right tumble to your death. And they're just so many elements of like the psychology of it. Like, there's a part where he goes to get an MRI about his brain. He like wants to know. As my brain broken. Just wanna go do these things. And there's also this part of where he talks about free soloing and it. And another interesting about this film that it's kind of like a movie about a movie all the people who are filming it are like climbing like they're all climate. So they have experience experienced doing. And like Jimmy Chen is said he's a filmmaker photographer skier climber. And all the people are like that like their job is to film and photograph climbers. But they're also climbers or. In order to get to those places to film. And so like there's so many people who climbing they're talking to him about this task. Right. And you see a lot of them. Whether like, you know, anyone who decides to make free soloing a big part of their life is dead. Right. Because it's so for danger. Really, you know, I want to go back to where you said his planning on it. Yes. Because when there there is an extensive amount of planning. It's not like they're just going up there and saying, oh, this looks like a good spot. They really learn about the mountain or the face. They're gonna climb or whatever. And then see the best route up, and you know, it is not just like, oh, they just randomly doing this. Like, it's is like how we talked in another one about the. How they prepare. Yes. And it's not just like a random one day thing. No, no. It could be like her years of preparation. Yeah. Like years of this dream, and then years of preparation for a short execution. Also talking about short execution. I want to mention Alex climbed L capi tan in three hours fifty seven minutes. That's insane. It.
"capi tan" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"And growing up we would go into somebody and stand by El capitain, and my dad would point out all the climbers that were like climbing it, but you could see like they're colored like clothes and everything. And they just look like little ants on there. And it's greasy also I would like to say so this feat by Alex Hahn is the first. Free solo climb of El capi tan. He also climbed the half dome, but it was like the north side of half dome, which his insane. And like he he has just done Emets ING things. How old is this? He's thirty three. Oh, he's still young. He's young. I mean, this is you have to be young to do this. Yeah. I mean, this isn't saying he has like he's one of he's probably the premier climate right now in the climbing community and also I have friends who climb and like where I live is a little bit of like a outdoorsy type location. So I know a lot of climbers, and it's kind of like the whole like I'm gonna go sleep in my van and the desert for a week. It was climbed boulders type of situation going on. But to see that community on such a big screen and have that subject matter Seuss like be so profitable is amazing to me. That's very anti to what the. Mountain climbing community is like mountain climbers might get like some crazy mountain climbers might get sponsored by red bull or something right cliff jumpers or like sponsored a little bit by like north face. But this is huge. This is reaching mass amounts of people. And I think mostly that's because it's a story about like, human accomplishment. Right. And like human triumph over nature in a way. It is crazy and it's like insane. Because you also learn about like the human psyche of climbing, and like how nuts it really we say, they think it's normal. But right, if you're climber, you probably hate me. But right. Is like for someone who's not a climber who likes to have their feet solve the on the ground. I don't even like boats planes. It is insane. It is crazy watching I saw clips on this one. And then I watched the other one, and I'm like, you have to be crazy have to be crazy to do to want to do this. Right. But then it does like Jim Jimmy Chen. Does go into say is like in your head. Like, you can't not accomplish this. This like bright. I get it. I guess in a kind of a weird way. Like right people aspire to get as all the time in and. And not get as so kind of similar like that. Right. Right. I agree. And I feel like one of the reasons like I feel like I've said this a couple times in different ways. But for like a can't stress that enough is like it is a story about like a maze. Ing athletic feet. But it's also like such a crazy feet that you can't not wonder what is going through that person's head, right? And this movie helps you see that. Because at a certain point it was almost like the question of why doesn't even matter anymore. Right. Because this person is so set on this task. And like, you realize that that question of why doesn't really cross their their mind. It's just how right to it's just for us. We wonder why? But they don't really think that right a lot. Why would you be so crazy to not use ropes, and they're like, well, how am I going to get up there? Right. What exactly exactly we're gonna take a quick break?.
"capi tan" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Rich and full is when you do get out of your usual patterns in your usual habits, and you do something different, and that is memorable. And then you feel like you're really living your life and you can think back and remember your life, which is something that I always feel like it's kind of slipping out by grasp. Yeah, it's also I feel lucky because California's easy to take a short trip because we have so much near us. There's the dead. Shirt, mountains, beach, yeah, it's very easy to do short trip, for example, two years in a row. We've done this where we drive to ohi which is about, I think it's like ninety miles or maybe seventy five miles from LA. And we just a one night at the Ohio valley in which is one of my favorite place. And then we've gone to the Reagan library which has different exhibits. Jack has been interested in on the way there on the way back. And again, even though we were only away from one night, it felt like, you know, we went to a museum. We went to the pool. We went to the restaurant. We went to the store. We walked around the felt like we'd had a total family vacation in like thirty hours. Right? And then it's so much easier one year for Jamie's birthday. And I wanted to this again this year for his birthday. I said, let's just go to a hotel in New York City. Let's just pick a cool place and go there. And I remember when we were packing up to go like we had like our little. Overnight case, and he's like so great because you just go and then you come home. You don't have to gear up for like the airport and security and snacks and the whole business. But it was exactly as if we had flown someplace for some, you know, lovely, romantic getaway. Barely, you know, we did leave our neighborhood, but we didn't leave Manhattan and another advantage of short trip is it's much cheaper than a long trip. Yeah, and another thing is, I think this is really helpful to think about if you're wanting to maintain relationships. And again for me, it's like I'm so reluctant to anything that's inconvenient. I have to remind myself something like, well, you know if I could see someone even for three hours that's really valuable. When I go on book tour, I used to have this policy where and I was on book tour. I didn't try to do anything else. I would just be very focused on my events. And now I really try to say like, well, who do I know in Chicago who do I know in San Francisco? And even though a lot of times there is a lot of hassle because like they're coming in Chicago, they're coming from the suburb and like where we. Gonna meet and it's all this thing. But if I see somebody for two hours for lunch. Is just a short visit. It's still does a lot to keep that relationship. Live in seventy said to me like, oh, you know, my college room, it's going to be on the east coast and I could drive two and a half hours sincere. Is that worth it? Now, I think thinking about a short trip, thinking about frequency versus duration. It's really valuable. Yeah. And we mentioned this with my trip to l. capi tan, but changing your environment is one of the easiest ways to sort of completely change your mindset or get your mind off of whatever stressing you out. So it's just like a mental health thing to take a break from your world. Yeah, and I would point out to anyone who just needs a break like that is like even if you go to just like a local motel or you know, or even like spending the day walking around the mall, if you don't usually do that Dr someplace that's an hour and a half away that you've never been to and you walk around like a tourist. It's just that short trip can be really refreshing. So let us know if you do. This at home and how planning a short trip works for you. Let us know an.
"capi tan" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"I'm Gretchen Rubin a writer who studies happiness, good habits, human nature. I'm in New York City, and with me is my sister Elizabeth craft, and listen. We have planned many short trips to see each other me Elizabeth craft to TV writer and producer living in l. a. and yet Gretch as far back as when you were in college, we had short trips to see each other stuff and we'll talk about why those Russo successful. But first we wanted to let people know we've had so much interest in our hashtag happier Labor Day. People just want to talk about this and share their experiences and their insights in their questions. If you want more happier Labor Day, you can listen to side-hustle school episodes, six, ten and six. Eleven. And let's just you're happier in Hollywood episode. Sixty eight is all about happier Labor Day, and it's a fascinating discussion. Yeah, we talked about. Does your career define you and should it? And people have very strong opinions. Yeah, and you and you are on opposite sides. So it was a great discussion, right? And Gretchen. We also wanted to remind everybody to register to vote. Yes, it's coming up. Yup. And rules are different in different states. So you have to check your own state to see when the deadline is, and I'll pose to Lincoln the show notes if you want the link to on where you can find out the rules for your state analysis for our try this at home this week, the tried to sit home is to plan a short trip. Yeah, grudge. I'm a big fan of short trips. I've discovered that in the last couple years. Yeah. Well, I was thinking about the short trip because when Elisa and I came out to Los Angeles over the summer, she remarked me. She said, you know, it's funny. It wasn't a long trip, but it felt like we'd really gotten away felt like kind of a big episode in our summer, even though it was quite short. And that remind me of what data we says about visits, that frequency is more important than duration. And sometimes I think we think like, well, if I can't do it for five days or I can't have a week, it's not worth the hassle. But really there is a lot of value in the short trip, and you know, sometimes you can only get. Away from one night. Like for instance, just last weekend. This happened Jack's class every year, takes a trip together, the families, and we were going to l. capi tan, which is a cer- glam ping place upside of Santa Barbara. I soon everyone knows what glancing is. Basically, it's camping, but you have cabins and showers and beds, you know, have to be an intense much easier. So they were going on Friday to Sunday, and I had to work really late on Friday night. So Jack and Adam went up on Friday, and I just drove up Saturday. And I have to say, I got there around noon on Saturday, and we left at eleven AM on Sunday. And yet I felt like I'd been away for a week. Totally different world. Yeah, experiencing totally different things. My mind was completely off work. It felt like a real adventure. Yeah, it was so affective, even though it was less than twenty four hours. Yeah, I bet it was just like such a departure from everything. And such an intense experience, you're so overwhelmed by stimulation that it felt like a week ago by. Yes, completely. Now, one of the things that I'm always looking for in my own kind of happiness project endeavors is I want to make time more memorable in vivid. I feel like I don't remember my own passed very well, and I, I really love habits and sort of having everyday be exactly the same. I revel the in that, but then time just slips by so fast and you don't remember anything. So I think it's important to have these when I'm thinking like, oh, it's just so much bother. I don't want to do it remind myself like this is the kind of thing that makes memories vivid. This is what makes life feel.
"capi tan" Discussed on The MacCast
"I didn't have a MAC or an ipad or another trusted device with me. How would I have gotten the two factor code? So I could actually log into my eye cloud account so I could use find my iphone. And you know, that sounds like a legitimate concern. Susan, I would understand why that would make you a little fearful of activating two factor authentication. But what I'll tell you is, don't let that stop you because apple has thought about this. There is a potential solution and I, I'll point you to a really good article. If you go on Apple's support website, they do have a great article on factor indication that covers everything. I would recommend reading through that entire article. I, I'll have linked to in the show notes, amac dot com. And they have a section on how it works that. Covers all of these scenarios. And so what apple does is, of course to us to factor in occasion, in case you don't know the idea behind it is when you're using two factor you have and this goes for all two factor authentication, not just cloud. The idea is you have to bits of information. You have a thing that you know, which is your passcode right that you don't share with anybody your password for logging into your count, and then you have something physical, like some sort of key. You know in your house, it would be the physical key. So you know the address your house and you have the key routes for two factor. Thana -cation you have your passcode which is in your head, the thing that you know your password for access in your count, but then you need something physical and the something physical in this case is a device in ipad, an iphone and apple watch a MAC, something that a code can be sent to. And then you can use that additional code that second factor kind of as a physical key. And so Susan. Sern here is like, what? If I don't have that physical key and I need to get into my cloud account because I've left my phone bind, what am I going to do? So the first thing that apple has done is said, okay, with two factor authentication, anything apple related that you have competed trusted to buy, so it doesn't have to be your iphone. It can be an ipad. You can be registered at trusted device on ipod, touch anything running s nine or later an apple watch. If you have especially a cellular apple, watch a series, three apple watch. That would be great. A MAC, any MAC running MAC, OS ten l. capi tan or later can be a trusted device. So the first thing I would do is make sure you register all of your stuff. Once you've been able to factor authentication as a as a trusted device, and then all of those devices will get that code when you're trying to log into your eye to cloud count. So that's one way to handle this. But you know, you had the scenario. I don't have an ipad, don't have any other. My other any of my other devices with me, I don't to even have my MAC with me. I'm using shared computer. What do I do in that situation? Oh, and I almost forgot to mention to this is just an aside the code that normally gets sent to your phone because another thing that people worry about when they have the trusted devices while I get a push notification from apple, it's a little thing pops up, hey, someone is trying to log in and it gives a geo location. And then you have to say yes, authorized that, so you can make sure you know that the request is coming from you or someone you trust, and then it pops up a code number six digit code number that you have to enter in. In addition to your password. Some people were, well, what happens if I'm not getting push notification or something goes wrong, you could actually generate a code directly from one of your trusted vices..
"capi tan" Discussed on Harmontown
"Hang up my jersey and then like, no, I gotta kill more people. You can leave jail guy, but there is some kind of like modern, like it's like getting your hands dirty in a world where we don't really do that anymore. I'm starting to kind of get it. I guess. Because you know that the person who takes shit in their apartment buildings, dryer every Wednesday is not also a serial killer like they're not. They're probably not torturing animals or something. It's like it's such a weird pinprick like magma eruption I that's what I'm asking. Alley mcbeal, you know, like to work as a legal clerk and being like, and in conclusion by PowerPoint. Good, and she's like, you got it. Moving on up over and then the full moon comes. I have to do this or else I can't succeed. And it's all the ghost of her father going like women me nothing, and she's like, sit you into a dryer on high, and then you just hear the thudding going. Weird that I always picture a woman when it's like the phantom pooping is because we're not allowed to express her anger any other way. Again, I was shoplifting female fig. You can let me off the hook like only, oh, you're near. And I said, I would get tracking Lynn, that's right women, but also that woman remembers to do it once a week yet self get her in a way. Nine or so, what are you doing? Oh, you know, I take five minutes every bodies. Everyone just sort of hang out with bat and I'll have like a bagel. And then I should. All right. I feel like I feel like everybody, everybody's like, oh, you talk too much about shit just a little too much like, but we really have a great issue. What is that you guys have this gripe. No. Okay. Listen. Just lift what's up with the air conditioning. You know what's up with the AC really, you get in the car and it's fucking summer hot summer hottest summer in record here you get in there and it's a hot box. It's fucking hot, hot hot. And the first thing. Do you want the AC on like. Fucker AC on. To save money. Yeah, I know, but come on, give me a break. Do you do you want the so put it on? And then like without like Friday night, I'm driving with this person and see o o Hooper mechanics. Could you when your baby, right? You know, I mean, lift an Uber driver. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Do you like would it be. T- wanna be sweating or in your back, sticking to the back of my shitty your money. Do you want to be comfortable. Or or do you want to roll down the window and get the fuck and ear and your face? How about what you get in a car and you get like an SUV with a group and then you're like fucking hop back here. Hey, you do a million things like there's such a fucking like amount of Cheurfa. You got four people working on a problem back there agent. Everybody doing. Finally only when needs to involve capi tan. You go like. Air, anything air or anything. And it's always the first response is always like just victim blaming like like they just like mood like like it, it's already on. They'll just say something that makes you feel fucking say like, it's it's, it should work. It's already on fish. It was happy to be on Saturday. So I get in the car and I do the. Who really hot one today. Which is you turn trying to go, would you like the AC on and. Yeah. I'll go like what the ACO you don't want. Who am I to say? Yes, I, it's loss Angeles, you know what? No vir- roll down the window. Get on the freeway. Yeah. And after like Judy. Okay. Now let's say let's try something while loss down happens when you down. That's. And then she, she's like, oh, I okay, I'll put it on, but it's kids so cold. And here it's like a fucking a hundred and twenty two degrees out. People are dying outside. A way to measure that. You wish there was a way to measure at the end of all of our lives. Don't you just wish it could be like monopoly or something where we could these little things like how many of the people that succeeded or failed, like like the extent that their successor failure had anything to do with money, like how much.
"capi tan" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Your phone will use it for emergency calls if it can't it prioritizes cellular emergency calls and i think that's just for the nine one one location so you'll trucking they can they can tell you where you're yeah you do have to have an a an iphone or it actually works on ipad or ipod touches you with iowa's nine or later and it's a mac two thousand and two model or i'm sorry two thousand twelve model or later running l capi tan so that's that's how wifi calling works there are some downsides to wi fi calling but you know obviously there's the downside that if something happens and you're on life is calling in you're not at home you know in there's emergency they may send emergency responders to the wrong address so if you move or something like that you may need to make sure you update your mind one one address the other downside to wi fi calling that i found is that some places and i found this like with some businesses won't accept wi fi calls have you ever run into that i've run into a handful of times no i i can't as i see her the i don't i can't recall a time that that's happened to me but also i don't normally use wifi call into call i usually use that to call friends and clients but but then i'm sure there's some i wonder what the with the reason for that is use wifi calling all the time when i'm at home i mean i if i'm at home i'm calling you from wifi and and and i've actually found it with restaurants like if i'm calling a pizza place to order take out i've had them decline though the wifi call unusually what i get is i get a i just get a recording that says this business is not accepting it it doesn't say wifi calling but it says something that when you when you think about it it says oh it's it's because i'm calling from wi fi because they don't get caller id information perhaps i think what it is i i had researched this at some point is i think it's an antispam technique because i think it's trying to weed out what are legit calls versus what are just automated calls the the way that i have been able to get around it is i find that if i put the complete phone number in and dial full phone number with area code that that will override that will let the call through women's they're gonna do you ever call numbers without the area code sometimes yeah i just i never do that because every contact that goes into my system even if they're in the same area code as me i put the area code in it would be a contact that i'm calling it's like if i'm i'm calling something out of a magazine if i'm calling for a service or delivery or for pizza or something like that i'm i'm not calling something on my contacts why i almost i always put the area code in anyway so i that's probably why i've never experienced that but good to know little about well we we covered wifi calling i think that's all i have to say about that yeah so if you've got if you've using your phone you haven't tried wifi calling i guess the takeaways please turn it on and try it because you will find it increases the fidelity of your calls and when you spend a lot of time talking on the phone it's really nice when you can actually hear the other person handoff calls to other devices this something apples added over the last several years and it's gotten i think a lot more stable with more recent releases of mac os and i o s but it's pretty nice being able to have these calls go through on your different devices often i'll be working out in the yard i have like my little outside office set up where i spend time working on my ipad a call comes in i can take it on my ipad if i'm sitting at my desk my i mac and someone calls i can answer it right on my mac and get by and all that stuff is that underline head off technology that apple got released cited about two or three years ago and i think if you didn't try to begin with you should or if you try to and you didn't like it initially i.