35 Burst results for "Cell Phone"

Feds raid Giuliani's home, office, escalating criminal probe

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Feds raid Giuliani's home, office, escalating criminal probe

"Rudy Giuliani's family speaking out against the federal raids that took place at the former New York mayor's home and office in Manhattan the justice department isn't commenting on the raids in which computers and cell phones were seized according to sources who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press but government prosecutors have been looking into the business dealings of Rudy Giuliani the personal attorney for Donald Trump specifically over his ties to Ukraine Giuliani's lawyer says the warrant stems from an allegation guiliani failed to register as a foreign agent guiliani son Andrew call this a political attack by the justice department has to stop if this can happen to the former president's lawyer this can happen to any American a search warrant was also served on a phone belonging to Washington attorney Victoria tensing a former federal prosecutor and close ally of Giuliani and trump hi Jackie Quinn

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The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

Blazing Trails

02:00 min | Last week

The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

"Arianna. I love the latest book from thrive global your time to thrive and burnout increase. Well being an unlock your full potential with the new science of my kristaps so many good takeaways and especially loved what you wrote about waking up in the morning and the first thing that you did was check your cell phone the impact that that had on you. I'm guilty of doing the same thing. And i bet many of our listeners are so tell us why. This was such an aha moment for you. Well how we start our day and how we end. Our day are sort of pretty critical to the day we have and seventy two percent of people start their day by going to their fall before they're fully away before their feet have hit the ground. So what we recommend. That thrive and this is kind of one of my favorite out of hundreds of micra steps for behavior changes to take sixty seconds. Before you got your fault to be very intentional to focus on your breath to remember coach. Grateful for to fame. Ply- get ready for the day and as you said my call be clear about what your priorities are as opposed to what the world wants to view which is what i've found is for love absolutely starting the day setting your intentions versus what others expect from. You is a big mindshift when we have so much pressure to be productive karen. How is remote work. Changing our definition of what it means to be productive and successful. I think sometimes we get our relationship with success a little bit wrong you know. We have these myths and misconceptions that six asses the result of being always on and working all the time or that success. You know we just work hard enough. It will show up or it's the result of this perfect

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NASA Uses 3D Printing to Advance Nanotechnology

Innovation Now

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

NASA Uses 3D Printing to Advance Nanotechnology

"Sultana and her team at nasa's goddard space flight center or working on advancing technology capable of sensing minute concentrations of gases and vapour as well as measuring pressure and temperature and transmitting that data via a wireless antenna. Nanno sensors are known to be highly sensitive and laurie source. However the fabrication process is very complex and lebron intensive we try to address these issues by using an automated Three d. printing process it offset printing process developed by our collaborator at northeastern university. The printing process applies nanomaterials layer by layer to create tiny sensors. A suite of sensors could be printed on one platform and scientists could then use these devices smaller than a cell phone to create sensors that monitor astronaut or give us information about the environment on planetary bodies

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FedEx Cellphone Policy Under Scrutiny After Deadly Shooting

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 weeks ago

FedEx Cellphone Policy Under Scrutiny After Deadly Shooting

"Have not yet identified the gunman who police say died by suicide after killing at least eight people and wounding other workers at the FedEx facility Thursday night, witnesses reported the man began shooting outside the facility at random and then entered the building and continued shooting before taking his own life. FedEx has come under scrutiny after employees reported they could not call or text their families due to a company policy that bans cell phones at work.

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White House To Meet With Tech Leaders About Semiconductor Shortage

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

White House To Meet With Tech Leaders About Semiconductor Shortage

"Are growing about the global shortage of semi conductors and the White House today is holding a virtual summit with leaders from several companies that are impacted. President Biden today will spend a few minutes joining a virtual summit on semiconductors and supply chain resilience that the White House is convening with CEOs from leading chip manufacturers and automakers. Global shortage of semiconductors used in cars has forced Ford and General Motors to cut production of plants in North America, leading to concerns about inventory. The shortage has also impacted the technology industry, computers, cell phones and video gaming systems. The president's $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan calls for a $50 billion investment in semiconductor manufacturing and research. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington.

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Virginia Police Officer Fired After Assaulting a U.S. Army Officer

Morning Edition

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Virginia Police Officer Fired After Assaulting a U.S. Army Officer

"Town in Southeast Virginia says it's fired a police officer. He's one of two accused of pepper, spraying and knocking to the ground, the U. S army officer who was black and Latino during a traffic stop last December. NPR's Joel Rose says Virginia's governor is calling for an independent investigation into what happened to second Lieutenant Koran. Nazario video from Mazar e O cell phone shows. One of the officers squirting him in the face with pepper spray before pulling him out of the vehicle. The town of Windsor, Virginia, announced that the police officer has since been fired, and that state's governor is announced An independent investigation led by Virginia State

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Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden's gun control executive orders could cause surge in gun ownership

"There be a rush on guns? That's the question after President Biden announced a half dozen executive actions to combat what he calls an epidemic and an international embarrassment of gun violence in America at George Guns that Hood River owner Erica Bell says she seen some business. In response to the president's announcement of executive actions to combat gun violence, including action on Ghost guns, which are also called 80% Guns. I've had a couple people come in, and that was the 80% people that we're looking for those, but it was just more so afraid of what's gonna happen and be available and they want them before. They're not available. One patron telling me that think Biden's one of the best gun sales whenever he says this cell phone is starting to go off about the issue. I've already had. People in my family column is asking questions about what this Biden order is going to do. And if we should go get eight percenters before their outlaw Blake Allen for CBS News Hood River Organ.

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Florida woman who coughed on cancer patient gets 30 days

John Landecker

00:19 sec | Last month

Florida woman who coughed on cancer patient gets 30 days

"A judge in Jacksonville, Florida has sentenced to 30 Days in jail. A woman caught in cell phone video deliberately coughing on a cancer patient. Happened at appear one store last June in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. Deborah Hunter also has to pay a $500 fine, serve six months probation and submit to a mental health evaluation and anger

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Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

WGN Programming

00:31 sec | Last month

Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

"Former Chicago college track coach is accused of tricking students into sending him hundreds of nude photos. The FBI says Steve Waits stole nude photos off the cell phones of female athletes at Northeastern University in Boston. Created fake social media profiles and contacted the students, saying he had found their photos online. He then asked them to send more nude pictures, claiming he would do a reverse image search in order to remove them. With previously coached a Concordia University in the Illinois Institute of Technology. He now faces federal charges of cyber

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Chicago Police Claim Arson In Garbage Can Fires Terrorizing Hegewisch Neighborhood

WGN Programming

01:34 min | Last month

Chicago Police Claim Arson In Garbage Can Fires Terrorizing Hegewisch Neighborhood

"Story garage goes up in flames overnight and head wish. One night after a series of arsons in the same neighborhood, Glenn Marshall is live there with the latest Glenn Good morning. All police are adding this fire from last night to the list of other fires That happened over the weekend. And they're calling this arson And this all happened on the same South side block. Take a look at this video from last night. You're looking at cell phone video from the latest flames overtook property on South Buffalo, which is this on the South side's head, which neighborhood you could see how dangerous the fire was. With all the sparks shooting into the air, the police Are saying All of the latest fires in that area were started by the hands of an arsonist, the first of the ones being reported happening Saturday evening. They believe these were started in the garbage cans between the 133rd 135th streets. At least three garages were burned utility poles were damaged and the fence was destroyed. Some people told US power and Internet were knocked down due to the arson. One homeowner burned their hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. Another neighbor told us he woke up to what sounded like fireworks were going off in his backyard. Like the Fourth of July. The flames were already about 10 20 ft. Above the buildings here. One thing it was a wildfire. That's natural, right? To do it on purpose. Again. One person suffered minor injuries to the hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. As far as right now, police have not say that they made any arrest these arsons back to you guys in

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Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets

Page Publishing

01:00 min | Last month

Robbery crew wreaks havoc on New York City streets

"Looking for a group of armed robbers who have been terrorizing the upper West side over the last few weeks. In one incident on March 13th, the group of at least three individuals Following a 13 year old boy into the lobby of a residential building on West 77th Street near Amsterdam Avenue before pushing him to the ground and taking his baseball cap. A second incident occurring on March 17th inside Central Park near West 79th Street, where two men were robbed at knife point, with the suspects taking the Citi bikes the victims were riding And on March 30th. It's alleged the group displaying a gun and stealing cell phones from a 14 year old and a 15 year old on Riverside Drive near West 78th Street. And a day later, they allegedly threatened to stab a 27 year old man on West 69th Street near Central Park West before forcibly taking his cell phone and wallet, police releasing surveillance photos of the suspects and ask anyone with information to contact them. One person

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Virtual Classes Prove Challenging For Adult English Learners In Washington D.C.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last month

Virtual Classes Prove Challenging For Adult English Learners In Washington D.C.

"A D. C school for adult English learners had to suddenly shift their students, all of them immigrants to virtual learning when the pandemic started, and it took some creativity to figure it all out. About a year ago, all 2000 students at the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School had to start learning English online. Though pro much innovation using cell phones using what's APP CEO Alison Kokoro said They didn't found a solution. A $372,000 grant through the D. C. Equity fund helped them provide laptops to all of their students, and they taught them how to work them in the parking lot of the school what we just needed to do with reinvent what it looked like for us to serve them. Valerie Bonked w T o P

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New York police search for man who used anti-Asian slurs

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:22 sec | Last month

New York police search for man who used anti-Asian slurs

"Another hate crime against the asian community in new york city. Police are looking for a man who they say yelled anti asian slurs at and her three children while they rode the subway the suspect also allegedly spat at the woman and kicked her cell phone off the train. Last week and asian american woman was assaulted on a new york city sidewalk. A suspect is in

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Man on subway spat at woman, yelled anti-Asian slurs

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:16 sec | Last month

Man on subway spat at woman, yelled anti-Asian slurs

"New york city police are asking for the public's help and finding a man wanted for yelling anti asian slurs at forty four year old woman and her three children spitting at her and kicking her cell phone off a subway. Train police are calling tuesday's incident. I hate crime officers. Say the man fled on west forty first street. After the attack

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2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 sec | Last month

2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The

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Teen girls charged in Washington, DC Uber Eats carjacking back in court

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Teen girls charged in Washington, DC Uber Eats carjacking back in court

"Two teenage girls charged with Carjacking and killing an uber eats driver last week went before a DC judge this morning. The entire event was captured on witnesses, cell phone cameras outside Nationals Park. Our story from Double D T o peacemaking clarity. The girls spoke to D. C. Superior Court Judge Lynn Liebowitz telling her They're 13 and 15 years old while too young to drive D C. Police say the teens attempted to carjack uber eats driver Mohamed Anwar outside Nationals Park armed with the stun gun on March 24th. That ended in a crash that killed the Springfield, Virginia man in the virtual hearing. The prosecutor said she's yet to offer a plea deal to the teens who are both charged with felony murder and armed Carjacking. They'll be in court again next

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Crowder vs. YouTube: Time to Fight Like Hell!

Louder With Crowder

00:54 sec | Last month

Crowder vs. YouTube: Time to Fight Like Hell!

"Me update you for those who missed the cell phone video for the glorious three hours. That was up On monday our channel. Mike channel both of them all the demonetized completely. Yep which just got that bad. Yeah i don't really care. I don't really care about them demonetizing. It doesn't really bother me. Jerk move. I expect that okay last. This long yeah. I'm surprised long. Honestly by the way you're taking a pick So monetize this okay. Fine they can do that because that's just some sort of arbitrary rules say sponsors complained something interesting. I'm a sponsor. I advertise on youtube. And i would love to advertise on channels like my own. But they're not allowed to have advertisers on their channel. Know who's complaining to youtube which advertisers are complaining. But i also know that they prohibit firearm manufacturers lot of conservative companies from advertising at all sorts sort of ends up becoming a self fulfilling shit assi

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Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

Democracy Now! Audio

01:37 min | Last month

Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial

"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd

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"cell phone" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Phone. Imagine life without your cell phone. Some people might look back with fondness the days before cell phones while others might be unable to imagine how you could actually survive without a cell phone. So where did this all begin. And what might be the future of the cell phone. Well there's probably no better person to discuss this with then martin cooper. He is considered the father of the cell phone. Martin led the creation of the world's first cell phone at motorola and martin. This guy you're about to meet actually made the first public cell phone call. Martin one amar coney prize for being a wireless visionary who reshaped the concept of mobile communication. He was inducted into the consumer electronics hall of fame and has won an incredible number of honors and awards over the years. He is author of a book called cutting the cord. The cell phone has transformed humanity. Hi martin welcome great to be here michael. So described tell the story of the first real cellphone. What depends what you call a real cell phone when we created the first cell phone somebody else namely the bell system. Whoever you're maybe too young to remember the bell system they were the monopoly. The brand all of our telephones of before nineteen eighty three invented. This idea called segler and their idea of what. A cell phone was carphone. Just think about that. We have been trapped in our homes and our officers by copper wire for one hundred years and now the bell sister was coming and telling us that we had the freedom of cell phones but now trapped at our curse. Joe we at motorola just didn't believe that i propose we have the freedom that comes from being anywhere which is a handheld telephoto personal portable telephone. And that's when we actually built one april third nineteen seventy-three. We actually demonstrated that working hand or will telephone nineteen seventy-three even before then though even before modern cell phones there was something like a car phone. Because you can watch old movies. Old tv shows like the beverly hillbillies. And i think mr drysdale had a car. Phone people had phones and they look like household hand held phone receivers right car phones. But around as you say that since the nineteen fifties but those car phones used a radio channel where they're just one conversation per radio channel in a city. You could only have maybe thirty people in the city of angeles talking a car phone. These were pressed to talk namely you have to push a button when you wanted to talk and let go of the button when you wanted to hear somebody else. So it was pretty basic service. And because the the people that provided that service for too many people in our channels avoided even use a phone with minimal the during the busy our chess of getting a channel where almost zero joan. The whole concept of cellular was to make enough channels available so that you could actually make a phone call when you wanted to and so really those first car phones that you see in old like james bond movies are movies with real rich people in a limousine on the phone and it was. It was really a walkie talkie but your first cell phone cellular phone came out in nineteen seventy-three and it took a while for for it to catch on. But i remember those early motorola phones. I've seen a lot of pictures of them as well and they were huge. They were even the battery the battery with three or four times bigger than a lateran telephone. The battery loam nickel-cadmium batteries. You know that today. We use lithium. ion batteries. Fiscal realized what primitive times there were with a in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. There were no personal computers. There were no large-scale integrated circuits though digital cameras. Joe if we were working with a minimal tools took a long time before we have the technology it where we could make the phone small enough where there were enough cell side. So that when you wanted to talk you're close enough to sell say to make it work. Cellphones phones at take off till almost two thousand twenty years ago. And that's when we got to the point where almost everybody wishes of cellphones. As you know today there are more soho the world or cellphone phoning nited states that there are people most of the people in the world have our so folks world truth or toilet while so at what point did people sit down and say okay. Look we're really all in on this. We're gonna really spend some money and build all these cell towers and like how did that happen. Nineteen eighty-three is will. The i just went on the very first him a large city like l. a. or chicago. And maybe a couple of dozen the cell sites which could serve hundreds of people instead of tons but it took until the late nineteen nineties before people could afford these phones per cell phones for fifty cents. A minute for talking though. They've already just much too expensive at well. Smartphone came under served into being. And i'm talking about real spiteful. Steve jobs figured out how to provide a user interface. It made sense it which was only a dozen years ago a cellphone. We freely ludicrous. The call the phone because the dow became a computer access to the internet access to actually applications initially around for twelve years or so quite amazing even after Cell phones got fairly common. There still was this idea of carphone. Like you had a car phone and then you want might also have a cell phone that that it was still rooted in the car in a lotta ways. What the only reason for that was for years cell phones. The handheld cell phones did work. I will think about it when you're at a car using the car battery which is huge. Has greek capacity this so if not unreasonable for carphone to twenty watts of outward. Cell phone has a fraction of a what. So you have to be pretty close to itself and it really took until league route. Two thousand predominantly enough so slowly slowly have telephones were as reliable remorseful. Only in the last twenty years is impossible..

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"cell phone" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

08:12 min | 5 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Soonish

"Today cooper's condition is called right left confusion or left right confusion in. It's not that uncommon ten to twenty percent of people say they experience it including me some educators group at with similar disabilities like dyslexia and dysgraphia. Cooper's left right. Confusion comes up in passing in a memoir that he's about to publish so i asked him about it. I've done a little bit of research on this and people say that this left right confusion has to do with how much a symmetry there is or how much lateral ization there is between the two hemispheres of your brain and it overlaps to some extent with dyslexia which was fascinating to me. Because i know a lot of dyslexic people and a lot of them actually are completely out of the box. Thinkers who not only see the world differently and take information differently but think differently from everybody else. So i was just kind of curious whether you think that left right confusion that you described in the book was a sign of perhaps your other qualities. Let's really profound coming through the snake. Because i've always. I shouldn't say always discover the slipped right thing until i was in my thirties that everybody was like this. It would amaze me to find out. The people knew which way right left in my wife knows the east list. I thought everybody was like it like they just had to work really hard to memorize it and they had done that and you hadn't somehow july. I've always assumed that this. When i did learn i assume defect. I don't mind. I think my answer vision is of people that have defect somehow compensated someway and have scratched. The other people don't have been struggling for. You're trying to figure out what by sprinter a podcast like this. Maybe i do have some things that i can do. Better than other people. I think safe to say that there are some things. Cooper can do better than other people. If you haven't guessed already from the title of this. Episode morty cooper is the inventor of the first hand held cellular phone it was called the motorola dyn attack. You've probably seen pictures of it. People called it the brick phone because it was the size of a brick and almost as heavy it was cooper's idea to build the dyn attack and he led the team inside motorola that actually created it along with the radio infrastructure. Needed to make it work. It was all part of a ninety day crash effort in early nineteen seventy-three to convince the federal communications commission. That motorola was actually ahead of its rival. At and t. In the new field of wireless telephony. At and t. Was asking the fcc for gigantic radio spectrum to build its own wireless business but motorola wanted to prevent that the project worked in. That's how cooper's name ended up being the first one on motorola's patent. That's also how on april third nineteen seventy-three cooper ended up making the world's first public cell phone call from a street corner outside the new york hilton at sixth avenue. And fifty. third street in manhattan. It was part of a demonstration for a local radio reporter. And the person cooper called was joel. Engel the engineer in charge of building. At and t.'s. cellular system. I said Jones's sorry cooper he's is i. I'm calling you from cellular phone. Put a real. So you're a hand held portable cellular silence of the underline. You could not resist robbing or no question about it. That was cooper recreating the moment for morley safer of sixty minutes back in twenty ten to cooper joel. Engel was basically quarterback of the opposing team. So that first public cell phone call was also the first epoch. Troll of the wireless era and the call was a i in another sense to cooper almost became the world's first pedestrian killed by traffic while talking on a cellphone well really happened. Because you're a most people that do demonstrations do the as i'm sitting here in a chair The information that i was going to get interviewed by a reporter. I said well. Let's do it out of the street of the real world when we're out there if you can tell i tend to get a little susie ethic Away tell you what this technology and stepped into the street in early got nailed by a taxi. You grabbed the back and the so I'd have been better for me to be hit. I would have been much more. Famous would have changed history. So i think people will be going back in their time machines to prevent that in today's show. We're going to get to know. Marty cooper and learn more about how he thinks and why he such an indefatigable optimist. I think he's the perfect guest for this moment at the end of a horrible year. When i think we can all use a bit more optimism. If you're interested in how technology evolves you'll definitely want to get a copy of his book cutting. The cord comes out in january but before we really dive into our conversation. I just have to geek out a bit more. About how cool it was. That i got to interview marty cooper and he is mardi by the way if you were to go back in time and meet thomas edison person. You probably wouldn't address as tom. If you met marie curie. She'd be madame curie to you. Not marie but cooper is one of those people you meet who instantly feels like an old friend. So yeah he's mardi in. I think there's a strong case that if mardi hadn't convinced motorola to build the dyn attack you would not be listening to this podcast right now after all. The diner tack kicked off a long transition from the age when every phone was an analog landline to the age when almost every human on the planet owns digital smartphone along the way almost every aspect of media and communications got swept up in the digital revolution. Podcasting was born in two thousand three as a way to get spoken word content onto people's ipods and other music players of course music players eventually got folded into smartphones and in two thousand fourteen apple decided to build a podcast app into the operating system of every iphone. That was what kept off the real explosion and podcasting of which this show is one small part. So there's no question. That marty cooper is the father of the cell phone but at the age of almost ninety two. He's also one of the great grandfathers of podcasting is a podcast about the future. So when i came across that quote near the front of the book where you said the following. I was really intrigued. In what you wrote. Was i dream so often about the future. I frequently think that i lived there. I'm wondering when you were working on the line attack and when you were doing those first demos in nineteen seventy-three and making that first public cell phone call. Do you have any inkling about how the early twenty first century. Almost everyone on the planet would be carrying around and mobile device these powerful little supercomputers in our pocket making calls connecting to the global computer network taking pictures sending videos. Well a. I have to confess that we ever anticipated a smartphone but redid tell a story that someday when you were born would be assigned to telephone number. And if you didn't answer the phone you would died. The we were convinced the everybody was going to have a cell phone would have been really a stretch to anticipate today sparkled. Because we're talking about primitive times nineteen seventy-three there were. There was no internet there were no large-scale integrated circuits. Their node personal computers. So of these were as i say prove times so we could The spark vote but.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Reset

Reset

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Reset

"Just just like was initiated. It really felt like that to me after his cellmate was done at non got his sisters on the phone. It was really really good too after five years by dan for me to talk to them for longer than fifteen minutes on a phone and we're just enjoying each other and we felt like we were kids again but over time we started to really dig deep on the trauma in the healing. And if i may use the term rehabilitation for for us as a family and us as individuals within the family a non even got in touch with his mother who moved out of state when he was a teenager and he learned a lot about her and gained a better understanding for why she left. It was a cell phone where where i started to really have these tough conversations of our felt neglected by her certain. An ice resent my mother growing up because a certain situation that i felt she needed. Didn't have my back or for whatever reason you know while i was struggling with the neglect from my actual father in and abuse for my stepfather in so i ended up learning a lot about my mom honestly her childhood in the trauma she went through as a child in not some a lot of my if not all my resentment towards her because started to empathize with what she went through. These spent hours on the phone with the cellphone. Did for me. And i keep you know we keep using the word cell phone like it was the phone itself. Obviously when i'm really talking about is a form of Consistent communication in a safe space to have that communication and in which creates community which creates like togetherness and then one day at non got caught. It was a heartbreaker it was it was it was in mysel- there were doing major cell searches and came. They swept the whole area. And i just got. Because of non was already facing life in prison his punishment didn't lengthen his sentence instead. Prison officials took away his right to use a tv or radio. The things he used to spend the time from day to day the also limited the amount of time a non was allowed to leave the cell each day. The punishment lasted ninety days. It was the emotional toll of losing his ability to call his family. Without restrictions that hit him the hardest. The cell phone withdrawal was the hardest withdraw. I've ever experienced in my life. Because i was finally getting healing and it just felt like a huge like and understand that it was legal. The phone with illegal. Contraband but what it was doing for me was very powerful. My opinion so a few days later ended up getting another phone and discontinuing that program for a while a non kept using. Contraband phone but in two thousand nine. He decided to stop using cell phones altogether. I just wanna get any trouble. And i didn't want to get a write up a up. Which would mean that. Forget the ninety days with no tv radio. That's one thing. I didn't want to eventually get right up and get denied at the parole board. With the time left on his sentence that parole board could be more than a decade away. But having a phone just didn't seem worth the risk to him anymore even though the decision may being incarcerated a lot harder on him and his family and there was a big big dent in my relationship with my family a big you know a separated us but it was a sacrifice. I guess you know that. I had to make an out here now. I think a large part because of that non didn't end up serving a life sentence after helping pass a criminal justice reform law. His case got resentenced and he was released today at non heads a nonprofit named restored justice. And he's working on reforming the criminal justice system including the way phone calls work in prison. We want to like tell society that a cell phone is not danger to society. It's actually a huge contributor to healing and public safety in the doesn't make sense initially when you say that sentence oh cell. Phones are contributing factors to public safety. But when you really get into it and you understand like you know even from my personal perspective that i shared the wonders that is done for me and healing and making me a whole person. So that's why. I'm a huge for that. It is possible to have cell phones in prison and to do it. In a way where officials feel comfortable and the folks who are incarcerated feel comfortable and can have access to their family or or certain members of their family whenever they want to exactly..

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"cell phone" Discussed on Reset

Reset

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Reset

"You know that feeling when you realize. The holidays aren't just around the corner. They're knocking on your door. That's stressful lincoln. Jobs helps you stay focused on the right candidates with targeted screening questions and active recruitment. So you can reach out to people with all the right qualifications even if they're not actively looking for a new role when your business is ready to make that next higher. Find the right person with lincoln jobs. You can pay what you want to get the first fifty dollars off just visit linked in dot com slash rico daily again that's linked in dot com slash recode daily to get fifty dollars off your first job post terms and conditions apply today a story about how contraband cell phones are used in prison. This interview was originally produced for reset. A tech podcast from vox dot com hosted by arielle. Ross here's ariel. A non khan spent most of his adult life behind bars total of sixteen years since the age of eighteen. Okay so just so. People don't have to do the math. How old were you when you were released. Thirty four. when he was eighteen a non and a friend tried to steal some weed from a drug dealer. Non had been homeless for about a year after his mom moved out of the state and his uncle kicked him out of his house. A friend of mine asked me to do a snatching grab of a thousand dollars worth of we'd None of us had guns knives or weapons. That was the rule just once he handed to me run into a car and he would call up driver. The robbery went wrong. Getaway driver stabbed the drug dealer killing him and since non had participated in the crime. He faced the same penalty as if he'd been the murderer while he waited in jail for his trial and sentencing. He tried to keep in touch with his siblings. All i have with my sisters who are twenty and seventeen and eighteen. When i would call them like i have to call one of them and i would have to only call one and then see quickly. How they're doing. The judge handed down a sentence of twenty five years to life and a non was moved to a maximum security prison where communication with the outside world was also a challenge to keep in touch with his sisters a non used. The prison landlines the phone that the the prison gives is fifteen minute phone. Call so fifteen minute phone call. That's consistently interrupted by this call will be recorded and monitored you'll be in the middle of a conversation is almost like a jolt. That voice will come up with. Automated recording will come up fifteen minutes. It's very very difficult to for one. Sustain a relationship in further develop one. We lose familiarity with each other. We were we were growing like. I said i was eighteen when i went in my sisters. Twenty and seventeen in five years later just just different phases. Life is hard to catch up as like. Wow where did time go. And then when the when i learned about cell phones provided somewhat of a hope to communicate with my sister's a non didn't want to tell me how he got his hands on his first. Contraband cell phone. He said he didn't wanna get anyone in trouble but he remembers the first night he brought it back to his cell. This is around two thousand seven. I just remember it being a flip phone. It was silver. Had a very small screen in the middle. At that time i was like. Wow this is pretty thin. Because i was used to those too early. Two thousand nokia's. He showed the phone to his cellmate. Cellmate at that time he was very similar to me. He was young. He was serving a life sentence and he hadn't seen or heard from his family like five years after he was transferred to state prison. I remember like i showed it to him. He's like what is that i was like. It's a phone he did in. This is just like kind of a shock. And i was here. Call your family. He got on the phone and just was stuck for a second because he didn't remember anybody's number. He's a person who had disassociated himself from his family because of his life sentence. Similar to what i was thinking of doing. So he didn't have number number to his friends or his family at all but out of just punching numbers getting a couple of wrong numbers. He found one of his friends. Somehow someway with with one the numbers that he remembered and then it took about an hour to just by contact. This person contact this person where he contacted his brother but he really just wanna talk to mom and then he got his mom's number she picked up he just said hi and you know like basically this. Why am your son just started crying. I'm standing by the door looking out the window just making sure officers on walking by or whatever just trying to hold back my tears toxic masculinity prison or young. We're serving life sentences to each other in that moment back then but it was hard to really hold in and and you know you're saying things like you know mom. I'm sorry you know things like that. Like this is not your fault. I'm sorry it was hard for me to hear that while i'm standing back to him looking out the door. After he got off the phone he just took a wipe tears and just took a deep breath remember and like smiling and it was felt like to me if i may jump out to speak for him like it felt like to me it was such a burden off of his heart and more.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"It's Monday, and this is the Ramsey call of the day part of the Ramsey networks. Joining me today is Ramsey personality. Rachel Cruze. Brett is in Columbia South Carolina Hi Brent. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey Dave Hey Rachel. Hey, what's up to my question for you today is me and my wife we've been working the baby steps. Baby step two, but we've come to a point now where we've got kind of a fork in the road it's basically, we're looking at our cell phone bill and we're wondering if we should go ahead and pay off our cell phones to lower our bill from about two sixty a month to one, ninety five or if we should take the six hundred and eighty dollars that it's GonNa take to pay that off to pay off another debt, which is six, hundred, ninety, two dollars. So, it's we're like, right they are added and I'm just like you know I see the financial advantages of lowering our monthly bill. But at the same time I'm like we can go ahead and knock out that debt and be out of it. Well, you got to pay it off this time time right? We're not gonNA keep the phone debt right? Right, right no. No, and actually as both for cell phone six, hundred, eighty, two dollars. That is the debt that we owe you know is is actually where my wife bought a new cell phone last year. Okay and she financed it through an outside company, the the six, hundred and eighty. That's that were kind of like paying. Views both of them are debts. Both of them are cell phones. And both of them are around six hundred and eighty dollars. Why would you just not pay both of them off? Well, that's what I'm asking is it's The cell phones that were paying through at and T.. It's part of our service contract and we're paying it through our service contracts and it's you finance moths at and T. Your wife financed her cell phone with one outside of at and T.. Correct. They're both debts. Okay. So you're saying it doesn't matter which one you pay off because in the end you're going to be paying off. One album anyway at the rate you're. Down you're probably GONNA, pay them both off this month. Aren't you? Doing anything that's not male band. been doing good. All right. Michigan now is that does that answer your question? Is that what you're wondering? Yeah I go I just didn't know. I figured. I, guess. Probably. Yeah. This is the this is the evil part of a t and T in verizon and so forth. Okay. When they finance your cellphone into your phone bill, you don't think of it as debt. Right yeah, and that's that's that's the great mystery of how they pulled pulled that wool over our eyes. It's soil debt. You still borrowed money as opposed to when I get a cell phone they're either giving me one because of the contract were on or I'm paying for it. Right. Then when I pick it up, one of the two it's going on you know we're we're paying for to mmediately. So we don't finance cellphones over on payments whether it is with the cell phone company or with an outside party, and it shouldn't you have. Then we're just going to get rid of that. They've changed over the past couple of years where it's like Kinda this like finagled thing within your bill, it is and it can be very, very confusing. So intentionally confusing hundred percent. Totally. To finance it, and they totally don't want you looking at the interest rate they totally don't want they just WanNa make it easy for you. Easy for it. That's what they want. Yeah beware of those people man I'm telling you just like anybody's GonNa make it easy. Yeah. That's problem. Thanks for tuning.

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:11 min | 10 months ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Thank you so much for having me. Today, we're going to discuss anxiety in the modern age and more specifically, how things like technology and social media impact, our anxiety and stress levels I think that most people don't realize that our modern world is causing us stress in other ways than just you know work, relationship and children. Yes, I I think at the very least it's different I wouldn't say better or worse, but certainly the Internet and definitely social media I think are kind of some of the biggest changes to society and the way that we interact since the industrial revolution or the printing, press or something like that, so absolutely it's different. It seems like if you read back through history. New. Thing was going to be the end of the world. And I remember reading about the printing press, and how the printing press was going to destroy the world as we know it, and it was fascinating to read, because, of course, we all love the printing press. We think that the printing press is one of the greatest revolutions a in the world, and yet at the time it was very much maligned is being a bad thing. Which leads me to my question is that this are people to say? Oh, no social media and technology is the downfall of the world and it. It's sort of you know. The Sky is falling syndrome. I think that people can fall on either side of sometimes. People think that it's a very very very negative thing for me I'm like well doesn't matter either way. It is what it is and sort of growing up in this period. Period of time I think that one of our major for lack of better term developmental tasks is to figure out how to manage all this stuff because there's just a lot. The jump up from the printing press gives you access to information that you never had before. Is that like times a gazillion, so there's just a lot in knowing what to do with that how to manage that I. Think is a really really really important thing. Is Social media is just the it gets blamed for everything. It seems nowadays. What role does social media play in anxiety and twenty twenty? There's good and bad and neutral. It is what it is. I think that one of the good things about it is that you have unprecedented access to connecting with people and finding resources. If you're to go on twitter, saying say hey. Having extreme anxiety in somebody helped me out, and a bunch of people are gonNA come, and they're gonNA. Send you resources. That's how a lot of people find my books and stuff like that. For instance it's a great way to. To connect with people, it's a great way to find resources. It also feeds into sort of the compulsive nature of anxiety things. You tend to get this sense of unease like you want to know the answer whether that's is the situation dangerous or what's going on in the world? Or how does this person feel about me? You Really Really WanNa know the answer to that and social media gives you a way to either get those answers, or at least fulfil some of that compulsive desire to do that. So when you want to know what's going on in the World News, refresh your social feed and. And you see the news there these days. A lot of people myself included don't even turn on the TV or go to CNN dot com only WanNa. Get News, go to twitter and see what's trending in. That's going to help me understand in the immediate right now. Since what's going on which is a good thing in about I was people. Your knowledge of what's happening in this moment especially, if it's something like a natural disaster, a shooting a political events than like that, your knowledge of it does not change the fact that it's happening at all, but there's this with how much information available there's. There's this weird guilt that sort sets in where if you don't know what's happening in that exact moment, you feel bad about that disconnected somehow, and so you know by refreshing your feed by checking those things it relieves some of that it releasing that tension, which is going to lead you to do that more and more and more, so it can become thing that's just so absent minded, you're constantly either checking notifications, which is a whole different story or just refreshing social feeds trying to see what's going on, and that can certainly play into anxiety especially if it's an issue that you already house. It's fascinating that you talked about refreshing the social feed to learn what's going on to release anxiety on one hand I completely agree with you I have done it. I have sat there on my phone. When something a big event has happened, just hit refresh, refresh refresh. You know going through four different websites going on like you said twitter or facebook to see what other people are saying or what other people are posting and in. In that moment, I feel less anxious because after all I'm up to date right right, but then again I'm completely meshed in it right I'm not doing anything else I'm not focused on anything else I'm letting other things like work. Family friendships joy, go because I'm just I'm so engrossed in the story and then I often learn whether it be days weeks or months later that some of the information I got was just false. There's so much pressure to have the scoop that people say. The police questioned Gabe Howard. He's a suspect. In time. Gave Howard was the Jimmy John's delivery guy, and now the whole world believes that the poor Jimmy, John's delivery guy is involved, which I imagine creates even more anxiety. That all flow together. The other thing to think about with.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Poutine Politics

Poutine Politics

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Poutine Politics

"Okay so again up. Put the link for the book in the in the show notes as well from from reading the article in reading kind of the blurb of the book. It's not it's not designed to like stop using your phone. It's not like it's not like a complete elimination of the phone. It's more like what you're what you're saying in the sense that you know And it's not necessarily controlling it with like Mac rose and with shortcuts. And things like that. It's just more like having a healthier relationship with your phone. Yes right so I think I was going to buy the book for this because I e-books. I prefer like if it's something that I'm GonNa keep. I would prefer any book but they have this book at our library. So I'm GonNa go to the Librarian and we've got the physical copy of them. I'M GONNA use the library. Who who does that anymore in the air? It's been a while by I wanna I'm GonNa read that. I WanNa read that book and I WanNa see if it I'm GonNa see if it makes a change because I'm again there. There are certain things that I feel like I could probably be more efficient in my use of my phone. K- ripe I and I feel like that's what I WANNA move towards because if I'm more efficient with my phone use then hopefully it won't interrupt other things right and I can start doing things that I used to do that. I don't anymore because I spend so much time on my phone. I agree that it's a fantastic idea and I know with my addictive personality. People heard me say this the podcast. I have very addictive personality. So why am I not addicted to my phone. And I've learned how not to be addicted to my phone but I just replaced with something else right right right like I got a new switch. Yeah I have enough of my new games again. I have my own personal switch. Right like a family. Switzerland's might switch so my my Oh my thing has become my cell phone in your thing has just ripped it rotates things like it'll be something else like and I know it will be. There's nothing well actually. There's nothing you can do about it but it is what what is the problem is that and this is something that This generation in the next generation were never board right right great lake. There's never a point. I'm never bored anymore right. 'cause they're well. Yeah I mean you know yeah when we were younger and it's like computers home. Computers weren't prevalent. The Internet was barely a thing if at all when we were kids and I mean even you know what even when high speed Internet became a thing we were. I think because we were already ingrained in a certain in a certain childhood I guess as it were. It didn't change our childhoods that much. But it's almost like once we weren't kids any more than it did for so because I mean I know what we used to we used to congregate at the same friends and we all had our computers and we played games. But it's like okay If a nice nice summer day outside we're going to go outside and play manhunt or or or something like that right right. I mean we would do that. We would. We would do both and I don't think you. I don't think you get as much of that anymore with kids. Now because of the fact that it you you can almost be in an always on environment like my kids are never port but never port right you know because they can just grab something right that our team specifically for that. Yeah so because I've never board never like an always find some replacing in everything that I find to replace. It is designed to capture my attention the most. And that's very hard to get away from if you have initiatives personality or if if you suffer from a again addiction like I do not like it can be like. Oh I'm just GONNA put this down to watch another episode and I guess from the from the addiction standpoint right so there was a there was a video. I was watching As part as again as part of the research for this and The guy in it. The guy says that that and again really into cell phones but I could relate to any sort of electronic kind of thing But he says the cellphones are the new cigarettes. Oh for sure you know because people you know you'd have you'd have a pack of cigarettes in your in your breast pocket or in your earn your jeans pocket or something like that and I mean there's obviously still people that smoke but now it's the phone now I gotta get my phone hit right. I you know it's so with and that and that was that was part of what spoke to me there. Yeah I mean I feel like at least when my youngest son was really young we weren't in this position yet right we didn't have the smartphones and things like that so I mean at least for the first six years of his life or so there wasn't it wasn't as bad what is it is now whereas now there is like there is kind of that disconnect. Now Mind you. He's he's old enough now that it's like well I'd rather hang out with my friends. And if that involves playing video games with them online and chat and chatting with them on the phone and stuff like that well then that's what he does that's what they all do in their case it's like isn't an. Is it an addiction. I don't don't know I don't know if you can describe it as an addiction when it comes to kids but you could buy. I mean I I look back and I remember One of my counselors saying what do you you do every day after school and I would and I wrote it down and I basically spent four and a half hours watching. TV RIGHT APP free night. Yeah I don't feel yeah exactly. What they're doing now is not necessarily much different? Let's say than what we did growing up. Either you know what's the difference right direct ones. There's just different kinds of just two different distraction now. Luckily for me. I didn't get addicted to cigarettes. I didn't get to a hall or any illicit drugs called but you know and and and and that's Kinda that's I'm maybe that's part of it as well is that I don't I I look I look at the fact. Yeah like uh how much I played video games when I was a kid instant because again obviously that was way before smartphones wave and you know when it was like the old brick cellphones. I mean whatever you not doing anything anything with those he barely make a phone call with them like so I kind I do look at war. You know what my child was like and I kind of look at what his is like. It's like okay. Well well I mean. I played a lot of video games when I was a kid. It's like get it in while you can because once you're an adult notwithstanding Mike I it could be a lot more difficult to you to get the t to have the time to do those kinds of things less. All you have to do is train your kids like video games and then they all came. Okay I guess maybe and if you don't WanNa play for like Oh get the Microsoft and tell them they can't play. Survival Lake only placate all right and then they make the cool things in your yours like. How did you do that? No amaze you yes. They do with their brick artwork per card with their virtual brick artwork virtual burkhart. Yes yes exactly okay well. We started with cellphone addiction. And whenever and whatever `electronic they're almost in general it's all it's all similar right right so cellphone addiction is just like one part of a of a whole of addiction as a whole right. And you're right when you have an addictive personality it it's something that can easily suck you in. Oh for sure so anyways Like I said I'M GONNA I'M GONNA put some links for the for that SMARTPHONE smartphone compulsion test and some of the articles and the and the book that I mentioned in the show notes. So if you WANNA take a look at those can Do the quiz for yourself and realize how connected to your smartphone. You might be able to do that to anyways and like we'll talk to you soon ooh..

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It will I did not look. Let me tell you something. I'll shoot straight here. I haven't seen the sneak peak yet and I will also I will also tell you. This Fox. sent us a mask singer. It's hasn't been availed yet. It's like a chart to go along with the season with like XS and they send us like these mass to like. I guess put out the word for the Massingir. We haven't unleashed any of this stuff yet. It's here but here's the problem and I'm GonNa tell you right now again. I'm shooting you straight here. Tomorrow's not a good day for me. For the massing debut abuse they even sent a preview of the first episode that we could watch just with the eliminations revealed and I have to take it right now yeah like they've been removed route from the you know what I'm GonNa Watch tonight. Thank you for reminding me about that will because I don't think that I can watch the massingir tomorrow but I'm GONNA have to break down the following day and this is why big TV for me day on Wednesday big TV day for me. It's the big brother which I told myself. I wasn't going to get involved in this season. Of course I did all you thousand talk about as big brother I know every year I say I'm not going to watch big brother this year. I'm not GonNa Watch big brother and then I get hooked and then you know 'cause summer's slow time and it feels a couple of days a week TV so in the finale on Wednesday and survivor starting at where you're thinking billions nine nine hundred ninety nine were watching survivor. I don't have a defense for that. Okay I took a couple of seasons off like like fifteen seasons and then I started watching it again and I'm back all right. I'm curious. Why Big Brother hasn't become a talking on the show the way you like? It was a big thing days. No no one's ever stop us yeah. That's true I mean I have to pick my battles. I'M NOT GONNA die on the big brother. Hill it really sorry well. You're my guy okay. You're only talking about. Are you the one on twitter and everything and do we did but not anymore because that's just awful now and I mean over in the past. You know alert spoiler alert. They won this year. I couldn't believe I don't even I do not watch one second here but you you know I'm I'm into team mom to are the ones I'm still there man. I'm still with unions okay excellent now my wife does I can't can't narrator really excellent the ex on the beach so great because there's no point to it whatsoever at the end they win money any they don't win anything at the end they basically decide. Do I want to start a relationship with either my ex or with someone that was on the show and then you know as soon as as filmings done they they they're all gonna Cheat on each other and not together anyway so it doesn't matter but it is Oh God you're missing out on a good show anyways. She loves it. You're you're gonNA keep me on your forever. Let me get one last thing I got. I got to what's good for you in a while and no one ever really does wants to get any more so I'll just give you these right here and this is great because I know Dan I know they're sitting there quietly so it's finally have any other now but they both have to do with vacuums so the first one the first what good is the smell of freshly vacuumed the carpet it gets me every time and actually it makes me wonder about you. Remember Hugh number two and listen if you ever vacuumed you'll you'll hear this is probably a better version of the vacuum when you're vacuuming and you hear the dirt coming up as you're vacuuming like Oh yeah I am doing a good job right now. I am feeling it. I can hear the cleanliness coming in that vacuum. That's what's good. We'll forget. Where do you live just really quick? I'M IN CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE. Because I feel like carpets aren't really a thing down down here anymore. I mean listen I. I don't know why that is though because all houses here now have like tiles and hardwood floors or like laminates like I don't see that much carpeting anymore we installed reinstalled limited ourselves but we just have carpet and our veterans all right cool all right. Well have a good day so I got a thing about the about the vacuum right if your vacuum isn't good. It doesn't smell good because you got an older vacuum. It's been around the block a couple of times so you don't have that fresh smell. It's more like a kind of dirty musty smell yeah. It overpowers the snow so you gotta get a new vacuum. That's my that's me talking to me by the way because when my when I or my fiance tried to vacuum the smell is not great. Do you have a carpet of we have a carpet in the room in the apartment. I could have been totally wrong then I guess I guess it's just a me experience. Do you have carpet Chris Know Roy. I know we have tell by the way brought in Cuban coffee and drink coffee and say that it does it. It's not good to face it will tell there you know what I will say is what I say to everybody so far better than anyone else around here but my point is just in general general this coffee to me doesn't taste that much different than other coffee I've had in my life. That's wrong not not yours in particular cafe seat though in general major it tastes like a shot of strong coffee checking back want I tell you all.

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The iphone eight. Okay well all right. Thanks I love you apologize for Roy came over career to start young Chris. Well Chris was the one that got dairy in on this whole thing steering with very respectful and then he gave until I peer pressure I wanted to be cool Chris's friend over over here and then he was just bullying. You and I'm not here to stand for that. Roy Thank you. You're welcome Roy. I Apologize For following in Chris Karaoke ways. It won't happen again during and why are you up at five thirty. I worked nights man. What do you do? I'm a manager at a Safeway Grocery store here on the West Coast. Oh cool all right. We'll have a safety yeah no problem you guys do the same also WanNa go out to coal real fast on line one and did you have accomplished implant called my my dad had palm pilot playing with the kid and then all the sudden it was like it just disappeared and then we had a blackberry and then I was like Oh. This is so cool I missed blackberries disappeared yeah. It was like all right well now. We all have iphones. Oh Yeah I miss. BBN What do you think about the iphone so all three of us have the IPHONE. That still has the home button and I'm very reluctant yeah. I don't like change to the ten that has just the screen like I don't. I don't WanNa do that. I need the home button. Oh how on that phone you know like how do I get home. I need buttons. I I'm not about this life without buttons. I had a I got like as a as a gift today a wine bottle opener. Neither like I'm GONNA big wine drinker but it seemed like a thing to have because you need to put things registry so I got a wine bottle opener and I didn't no at the time that it was but in lists right so you basically put it on it takes off the cork and then like we'll go in the opposite direction and pushback backout. There's no but in to like say take it off and then the but intellect reverse to put it knows knows sounds great had that one on my house okay a tube right yeah yeah and then you just put it on the thing because nobody's though is your those are the two that has a button button is key and may have a button. I don't know the button is key because the first time that I use did it went up and it didn't come back down and I'm looking and unlike I need to find a button somewhere and then it's like you charge a USB which is like everything thing you charge now with a USB which is weird you charge your car with a USB guess so it has like a reset little tiny but in that you need like a pin to push down for it to like and it didn't work had that up going and like getting another one and I've only used it once because I have ptsd like. I'm afraid that I'm going to break it. Every time that I I use. It worked at the one time that I use it but but I can't I need buttons enough this button list life. Sorry we can go to Col- now as as distracting everybody all right. Let's go to Col- the on line one and I mainly want to do this. I don't even really I think it's topics nice today but this is one of our most loyal colours. Call the palm pilot with a palm pilot. I was born in Nineteen ninety-five with a palm pilot nineteen ninety-five baby. I'm super young compared to you billy. I know such you have such a voice that has so much age and wisdom in it appreciate that wise words now get. I WanNa talk to you about my beard. Now goes. I WanNa talk to you guys about how to take care of your beer correctly. I walk around too much today. I see uncapped unclean beards and I'm sticking at Ban. I'm thinking so first thing I'd do is you got a nice shower. Get Nice clean shower a clean your beard man get deep in your beard by specific beard oil beard beard everything just so you can take care of your beard beard shampoo you. I was just going to ask you that that cold because I'm facially follicly-challenged so I don't have like a same so I was wondering how people with beards wash their bielecki. Just use regular Chiampou or do you just use like the space soap like what you do but you by specific beard shampoo I do it. Actually actually is head and shoulders had a shutout the head and shoulders holders they actually Shampoo for coarse hair. You WanNA actually use soap it in very very nicely with and you actually ally why you don't WanNa really do it that hard but you WanNa make sure you get right and the beard yeah and do you like a pattern like I've seen before like with regular face face wash with beards whereas I gotta rubbing clockwise counterclockwise and I kind of wonder what the point of that is so there's something special that you need to do with your beard shampoo I do I do I lived up my Chin because of the of my beers long and I get right underneath the chin. I do all the way up and down and put it back down up and down and I and and I do and then you cheat cheat cheat cheat cheat up and down up and down real and what do you do about next year. Do you trim neck hair so that is just a beard. It seems like you have a longer beard so I feel like maybe you let the neck hair grow to see br. I go to my Barbara and Barbara's all all that for me. I don't trust another person besides for my barber. Now my barber is I think one of my Barbara's since I was thirteen years myself Russia's just myself. I'll show us out my own hand. I can't trust my own hands. I can't do it broke. Can't I didn't I didn't know Cole was such Bro. Have you've been holding out these bribes from us. Is this the same coal it calls every day. Hello a little bit here and there I'm slowly and slowly pulling back. The young man peeled EFFEC- Pune appealing it back. You're so deep so many layers to Cole. I have a question because I I do have a beard and I don't. I honestly just use my normal shampoo on it. I don't like go crazy. I'll I'll take your advice and look for head and shoulders beard shampoo but my question his for trimming a beard you said yours long but maybe on the side you trim it. What's the perfect length your hair dark? Because I feel like your hair's darker. You can go shorter and it still looks fuller whereas my hair. It's like lighter so like I tend to sometimes wanNA leave it because when I go like a one like like how often do you trim your beard because you your facial hair is interesting in that. It's Li- it's really uncapped right now like don't well no but it always looks the same like to the point where we're like. You wonder if your your beard is like eyebrows situation shrimp just falls trim. I don't trim it every day. So there are days you go with different different looks though it's hard to tell the next time when the now I can't sometimes I can't tell if you have a moustache. Sometimes you get rid of the mustache and you have. That's how you tell so when when you see my mustache going I haven't shaved in days because every time I actually shave. I go just the beard I don't what do you do you just trim the beard I trim. When do you go full? Shave Shave my neck. Nobody likes the beard when you go full shaving the beard. It's been a while. I do yeah I haven't. I can't remember the last time I did that. I think I did it. It has been since I've been with my wife because I remember doing at one time in her being like Oh. That looks Nice. I prefer you with the WOW Geez. I mean it could get that at all a little bit now a little bit but I'm not married again twenty three years old man I'm. I'm trying to live my life. How old are you twenty three twenty three because you twenty nine thousand nine hundred ninety five birthday December twenty second like Oh my God? That's my daughter's birthday. So how does that work because you get Christmas Christmas presents and birthday presents. How does that work were? You always cheated as a kid. I'm Julie Touche. Actually that's an interesting thing you bring up though because I have thought me and my wife has discussed the potential of when she gets older of hitting her with like a half like that's stupid right Ooh wait hold on wait. Did we talk about this yesterday on the air. I don't think we did what can we talk about this right now. What auto save it? I want to say but just in case because let's say it's a slam dunk all right slam dunk knowing people listening to us know what what is her birthday is December twenty second just like coal and you know we're like Oh. This is going to be tough. You know like Christmas birthday same thing. Should we June have like a half birthday for her versus. You know if you have a half birthday. Don't invite anyone because that is really testing your friendship with people. I'm telling you right now Earth Day eight is the worst I went to one. One of those and I'm like do I take a president is like what do I do. This is stupid. This baby's turning six months old. They don't even know what's going on. This is really just a part of the mom like this is ridiculous and by the way she's probably going to hear listen. I don't even care not to you. This is stupid no no more half birthdays. She's a lower listener. I get a text from time to time like Oh my God I heard this. I'm GonNa he listening to that. Wow Man yeah you were detonating friendships right now. Look I'd rather end that friendship anymore birthdays. I'm telling you right now. I guess if you're not right not lying yeah all right call good call man appreciate. How do we have time for one more call or we had done so? Did you guys notice that Cole hit me with the I'm Jewish as I was going with the whole thing of hey you got the birth of the twenty second Christmas the twenty fifth like how does that work. How did you get around the same time with a brick wall yeah he do? They stop okay cool. You'RE GONNA take another call well. Let's go one more topical call. Let's go to will on line five tall will. Has It gone today. Hey this is will they. I will reestablish that. I think that was a call back to a billy joke. I'm not sure that we're supposed to get down to brass tacks here. The mass senior smart I am is in no oh great down whatsoever and it's kind of frustrating to me. I watched the super sneak peek over the weekend.

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"They always find one all anytime there's not there's not such a thing as a team going up for sale and then not selling maybe New Orleans where the league took over and basketball but how how much maybe mantra Montreal like went went whereas all the examples of team going up for sale owners going broke. How much of that is there? I Know Mark Davis is flying coach but owners going broke was in the mcchord guy go broke. You lost the dodgers. Is that what happened well. I think it was an in divorce. That'll do it yeah. That'll do it. Look call me naive and I'll come right out and say this. I was one one of the most critical people of what they did when they took over this team but I find it hard to believe again. You can call me naive that the plan is. Let's let's just be terrible for ten years and sell the team and may pack all the money but billy what they're trying to do. What seems obvious to me? I think it feel should feel obvious to so you know matter. How emotional you are about what they're trying to do is scale back costs with the hope that on the cheap they could be better at player procurement your mint through the draft and through development than all the other teams and maybe they can be but if they fail after ten years they will have failed on the cheap while the franchise Chai's appreciates like that's that jeeter's bonuses are tied to him? Making money is a winning. They're tied to him making money today thing. If they've made a lot of money I don't but I think the more you pair the cost. The more you give the ability to make the money and then you're just playing random but maybe the astros get that good or maybe you tank for for a while and don't get that good if you're Sherman and you come in and buy a team that has nobody in the stands. Wouldn't that be your game. Plan like that seems logical to me. This team had no minor league system. There's no talent we need well. There was town but we need to restart from the minor leagues so we need to restart like I understand like the way he just said. It made it even more clear to me as opposed to like coming in with an empty stadium. We're spending three hundred million like that wouldn't made sense yes but it promises you. Nothing is what I'm saying. The only thing guaranteed here is that when they sell the franchise. It's going to make money for them. They might get everything wrong. They might get the bad TV deal. They might not assigned the right players but when they sell the it's all predicated on these things don't end up selling for less. You said the royal sold for less. There's market differences there. There's TV contract differences their market size differences there the Marlins won't sell for less they never do they never have and we've always had these problems. They always sell for more and and always will sell for more because these things appreciate all of men. They're just they're crazy costs who would have thought the people listening to this right now if I told them. Do you think marlins could go for one point two billion dollars. Nobody would have said yes to that. Nobody I just so compared to the Dolphin Steve think what the dolphins are doing is correct or incorrect. I think it's correct and I understand why it makes people angry I think with the marlins are doing is correct given their financial limitations. I would prefer someone be smart with their money and have the money they can't make money appear that they don't have during the best that they can. It's ridiculous. Look cutting for me. It's ridiculous because I was one of the anger is people and look am. I going to buy season tickets next year. No I'm not because I'm not gonNA go when the goal is. Let's win seventy games seventy five games and that's a vast improvement like if it's gonNa cost thousands of dollars. I want to be invested in something where there's a payoff for me. I can't go to eighty one games a year. I can't resell sixty games a year with the team the way that they are. I'd lose money. It wouldn't make any sense financially for me to invest in and his team which is the strange thing because they want the support but they don't have the products on the field yet and you just kind of have to trust that they're gonNA turn things around. It's a strange place for them to be in right now. Because they're dumping money. Look they dumped money into that ballpark and obviously it'll be more valuable when they resell it but they're also trying to enhance the fan experience but you know they have. You need a better team and they know that it's GonNa take three to four years for that team to be there the way that they want to build it I mean they are. They do have a better team. They have to prospects prospects that second base and shortstop Zondi as and jazz chiseling like these are top prospects that people expect to be really good. They didn't have those two guys years granted they gave up Yelich Assan and they gave up another good pitching prosper but I'm saying is like things are looking better like let's they've got three more fans your fame than they used to have. I love Billy's villis attitude. He's turned around on this Pro Jeet S- well we'll see we'll see how long this lasts so good news bad news. Everybody was was that billy in the middle of that our engineer was kind of fidgeting with things I guess and everything shut down so the last segment that we just did only only the people on hold her. I was GonNa say you say in the middle of that. I don't think anyone really knows no one knows what we did so we had roy breakdown the new breaking bad movie which Roy you WanNa do that again. We I can do that again. We talked about Coca Cola with big Phil. Yeah it's a great segment honestly feel called we talked to him about coke and we talked about three cap it because because big Phil's probably like where's my stuff. I had a good segment big. Phil brought up now so big Phil was basically big. Phil called any ask what your favorite way to drink coke from fountain is from a glass bottle title. Is it from like one of those twenty ounce plastic bottles is it from you know the fancy new machines that's pretty much it and we talked to him for like twenty minutes about coq so you guys didn't really miss that much and I'm sorry for the people that have just been waiting on hold that did listen to that so roy's excited about the breaking bad movie because he saw a trailer where there's a guy sitting in a car club. No is the body of work of breaking bad is really why I'm excited about this. One also Roy said it's his favorite show of all time it is yes dago. That's pretty much the whole segment up in about a minute the job buddy all right. Let's take a call hopefully this time it actually makes it onto lager. Let's go to Darien on line three dairy and how's it going today. What do gentlemen what's going on? I'm good. It's early over here in Sacramento just WanNa talk to about. NFL Game Pass you guys got. This and I have red zone red zone yeah yeah I mean that to. This is the real deal though boy this is middle of the week fix. They got these condensed games. They like play by play every single play every second. I can't condensed like thirty five forty minutes the whole game oh you're talking about. Are you talking about. NFL network like really it's like you sort of play play happens and then it's like close and it cuts to the next. He let that that's pretty good actually see the thing about this. That's frustrating to me. I've seen this for years but it's never the game that I wanNA see. It's never like the dolphins game or a game and I'm really interested in. It's always like some random game so I don't actually watch the slot but I do know what you're talking about right right well now. They have the APP so Chris you can literally just pick any game and then it's flam down to like thirty five minutes Nice Guy. That's the real the real kind of it lasts three and I thank you is that it lasts three and a half hours really only like twenty five minutes of actual gametime. Exactly Dan talked about all the time it's like what five or nine minutes of downtime twelve or something like that absurd but they do so much a they do so much better of a job of like sprucing it up and bells and whistles to make it seem like it's a fast moving game because it's baseball basically but there's people hitting each other and they wearing helmets but it's the same amount of actual action going on but for some reason when you're watching a football game you're like man. This is so exciting and you paying attention the entire time we're baseball's the opposite where you're like. I just disappear for three innings and I'll come back and maybe one run scored and I'll just see how it happened. We're football. It's like well th there's a field goal but it's been pun pun turnover. Whatever why is it? How would you fix the situation? Sir Me Personally oh you're crazy billy. You think I'm GonNa have something like that off the top of my head. I don't know what are your magical solution. I got two topics number two this new iphone update and then you guys you say I'll be updated your phone or something nope. I try to know so I I wish I wish I'd spoken you before this because I'm feeling the exact same way. I wish I had never dated it. The only cool thing is now I can use one one finger to type like Roy can on android and then as it happened. You know how you do the swivel wiping out anthony that that's pretty much it and then like my phone slowed down. I did you get a new phone or you. Just did the update now the acts but I just updated it for uh-huh. Whatever the new you know every year? They've got a new thing that just slows down a little bit force you to buy a new one. I think we're thirteen right there in thirteen thousand right although with that. How often do you guys get new phones not very often I have? I think two phones in about six or seven year really celebrate you have in your phone. What phone do you have is at eight s or something yeah? I've got a seven plus twenty seventeen or sixteen. I have a six S and I and it it's okay the battery life isn't good and and this is like from the time when they were like admitting to doing things with like the batteries and I'm like Oh you know what we're GONNA do. We're GONNA give every new battery and then everybody will stop complaining and I never went and I got a new battery so I have to buy like battery charging cases just for my phone to like get through the day but I don't want to get a new phone. Roy has a shit. What is on I was? I made a joke of your phone and I don't get it is like instead of like an eight s six s Roy Roy has a Shit S. What's wrong with this phone group techs? I wrote it every time. I don't like your green messages. Green messages passages out of your phone is Natural Samsung. Don't Eh Penitence. Is that jet. Thanks very much. I got the pen you basically have a palm pilot those going to be the next big thing and then they saw her and then and then that just cell phones or like we could probably do that. You probably make a palm pilot makes phone calls phones with the pens like get over yourself your phone right. You don't need a pen no one here how to call. Oh my finger. Thank you thank you air into signing documents on your own without a pen. I can do that with my finger Roy yeah well Jerry. It's coming at you pretty hard for someone who's like one of his pain points. Now I can do something that Roy has been able to do on his phone for three years yeah yeah well. The boy was just not that special and it was all they added to the iphone eight. Okay well all right. Thanks I love you apologize for Roy came over career to start young Chris..

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He was three and from that day on he was hooked all he wanted to do was Gulf Gulf Gulf. He'd be on the links before school after schools all he ever wanted was to go pro and then one day when he was holding his grandson and thinking about his twelve handicap Johnny realized it just might not happen for him but you know what did happen for him. He switch to Geico and saved a bunch of money on car insurance so Ooh that was good and so was hanging with his grandson. Dan Did you hear about the MARLINS. Attendance bump is a good one. Oh my God dude things where we are trending up all we can ask for his baby steps and boy. Do we have a baby step so last year for the season the MARLINS average ten thousand thirteen fans yeah so do you say to yourself. Things have to get better from here. What do you think think they average this year ten thousand five hundred ooh that's ridiculous? That's a small jumping. All you think horrible way to play the game yeah. Just I said baby steps right. Didn't we just fifteen thousand ten thousand sixteen improved by fans fans a game congratulations twenty four hundred dollars now you say to yourself. How far are we away from? Being average in attendance and I know the answer to that roughly six thousand years in six thousand years we will be the average attendance if we keep this pace of three vans season and I think that we can get there a little quicker. I have faith are the Marlins the last dead last in attendance. The ones that are honest is table. That's the thing is this this whole honesty thing not the best policy. Let me tell you right now. That's another thing people say the midnight thing is true because I don't go after midnight and I'm fine. Nothing's happened to me. Honesty is the best S. policy not sure that's the case in this scenario because what what are we getting out of being honest actually shame yeah what's the point of that Samson used to fudge the numbers by fight. I owned admission right shocking. He used to fudge the attendance numbers because there were no consequences to it and that is just about the most embarrassing way a you could cite improvement the way you just did mathematically. It's not the most embarrassing because it's not ten thousand fourteen ten thousand fifteen but it's damn close and and are we sure they're not fudging those three like are we sure that our miss counting. We sure that there's not a clerical error that maybe they counted wrong. like we don't know where they're lying. They didn't want to show a downturn and it was actually ten thousand fans. They're like we're down. How can we make it seem like rupp have have no one thinks anything about it? Three fans are they the worst though because attendance is down throughout baseball like that's a tough sell to get people people to sit there for four hours. I'm looking right now. Tampa averages fourteen thousand Baltimore no eighteen thousand. We're about half bull all fourteen only four that half the worst yeah. That's not good but you know we're moving in the right direction and we were talking today this team. I give them like a C. Minus help me out with something here because you guys actually care about the marlins and the marlins or a largely anonymous group I saw they had a nice story with an emotional miguel row haas where he gets to resign and actually wants to be here. They're basically giving him money because he's the only person on earth who plays baseball that they found who wants to be here so he's emotional national about it but you guys attached to any of these players yet. Have you guys formed any kind of emotional connection because the worst thing that you can have about a team is not angered not polarizing polarizing. It's not hatred it is indifferent. It is a lack of those emotional attachments. Have you made any this year anywhere you feel Oh this guy. I'M GONNA get to watch him. Play play for ten years. I mean now honestly the Magor. Oha's thing it was a nice thing. It was an emotional press conference but that didn't really do much magic felt like we were resigning our backup shortstop. You know it was weird thing to celebrate weird thing to celebrate like emotionally through tears yeah. We got to keep a backup shortstop. Wait no for him. That was a great eight moment like he's a guy that's been with the organization and he's grinding. He was never a big prospect and now he has security like now he has financial security for the rest of his life assuming he doesn't waste waste money but you would think with the contract he's had this big money for him and this will take care of him and his family forever urged should anyways I mean but that's every contract in baseball of their first contract but we don't celebrate a backups type player but we're doing it in this case because it's the only player that much did they give him. It was only a two year contract. Traffic told million I believe is total of twelve mile. Yes six each good math. Damn I by the way I I was. I'm emotionally connected Lewis Brinson but for other reasons and I I'm more. I don't don't think he's GonNa be here in ten years. If I'm going to be totally honest with you like the I'm I'm worried about next year because he's hitting in the eighties again this year and it just it's Kinda sad that didn't Pan out because he was the guy that seem to want to be here. In David's Hampton came on and pooh-poohed all of this last week but like he's a guy that seemed like he wanted to be here he wanted to be the phrase the face of this rebuild build build or whatever they want to call it and it just it didn't pan out. I don't know if he was over hyped or he put too much pressure on himself. For what you guys got nothing from a whole year of baseball you guys. He's got up from the basement. Return on investment. Here's the thing Dan like with this row has thing the row has thing less so but the don mattingly thing for me anyways and we talked about this yesterday put a timeframe on this whole plan and where this is going to go they gave don mattingly a two year extension with a pay cut with a pay according to Ken Rosenthal as they move away from paying managers of all kinds so he's he's making about two million a year now and was making two point eight million a year okay but it doesn't like that position as as weird sounds. It doesn't matter who you have there right now because next year they're not going to compete the following year. I'm assuming is when you try it. Find out these prospects. These people drafted. Are they legit or not exactly. It's a WHO's who three years of tank is it not it's the astros stuff it's the as competitive as you can with stink go ballplayers and see if you can find about ten of them that can play for you yeah and by the way that also coincides with the Chen money ending in twenty twenty one that's his final years on twenty twenty two which will be the year after the year after mattingly's contracts done that money off the books next year the Star on cash the money is off the books because if they pick up a sixty million dollar option on him. That's ridiculous so there's no chance that they do that. They don't have any money committed to anyone the problem. Money's got so like next year. I'd imagine imagine a payroll is going to be pretty low all arbitrations all they've been doing. It's fairly amazing to watch right. they paid however much they paid one point two billion in dollars to fumigate the place they are fumigating the place and they've put a tent they might as well put one of those exterminator tents over the ballpark for three years. Don't even invite the ten thousand and thirteen fans or ten thousand sixteen fans per game. Just put a giant is what is Oregon still the one doing the the termite tents just put a play baseball in a termite tent. Put It on the poll Gamma should the Marlins play baseball for three years in a termite tent but that's not entirely fair because if if they have pieces here that they're going to build around you look at it like a Brian Anderson you look at Sandy alcon three look at Jordan Yamamoto you look at pieces pieces that are like rookies this year three years from now. If things pan out they should still be on the team is San Diego should be the second baseman so this is kind of like two thousand and six marlins two thousand and seven more Orleans where it's not a team where there's lots of expectations but they could be pieces that you build around. It's it's just a matter of who are those pieces going. They just announced billy. Would you guys agree that the the Rojo's contract at the steady veteran in there who's a good presence in the clubhouse wants to be there. WHO's not going to do real Mutola stuff because he doesn't want to be there? Lock it in with Don Mattingly at a pay cut also for two years what they're telling you is. They're gonNA tank for another another two years yeah but what's the option. What are they going to do? They're gonNA invest one hundred million dollars in the team next year. But what is the option at this point. If at the very least this is something something that you haven't seen what the marlins before where they're sticking to a plan nine committed to not a popular one but this isn't going to be the let's throw ten million dollars at Edison Volquez resin hope things work out with him. Let Sign Jon Book to a ridiculous deal and hope that that's the missing piece like they're not spending stupid money. They're not spending any mother losing money because they pay hey too much for the franchise and this is what's required for paying too much for the framing. I don't know how much money okay these overpaid. Let's say by three hundred million dollars or something right about four hundred million okay so it's not like they're saving four hundred million dollars by doing it this way. It's they're not recouping the money that money's lost money. I don't I think this is a money making venture for them because they're never gonNA make four hundred million dollars in two seasons of course as they will if they sell the team in ten years. That's where the prophet gets made like. That's how how the bookkeeping work so you can lose money. Hell the heat of been losing money ear to ear. The value is in seeing how much the franchises appreciate I wonder though because the royal sold two years after the MARLINS and they sold for two hundred million dollars less than the marlins did so at a certain point like who's GonNa pay over one point two billion dollars the marlins ten years from now maybe but you say that billy but who would have paid one point two billion find one that they found competitors for that..

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"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"cell phone" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's the shipping container talking to you on Tuesday. I got a lot of sports. Wow Wow yeah. I like it. Okay good enthusiasm. I Love I love your normally quiet at this point in your here but you're not saying well. I sat out yesterday's beginning because you guys were stealing that that thing from the Barstool guys but that's what people said. I'm glad you brought that up. I'm glad you brought that up. We weren't stealing. Have you ever seen like great songs. Get made and then people remake them all right. We like Barstool guys. That's a fun thing they do granted billion. I thought of that about five minutes before we started like this'll be fun and then I was like wow that is I've heard that that segment that that they do that was the exact same music that they who who around here listens to them you do mike does billy. Do you even know that do that sets. That's what yeah like AH I. We're about to start and Chris. Oh this is similar to something that they do it on like Oh like. Should we not do it then and he's like no. It's fine and then like everybody. Everybody was like tweeting. I mean like you you did this. You did that and then he's like yeah. We use the same museum like like you're listening as an adult billy now that you're married and stuff little life advice yeah don't follow Chris Judgment Follow your own follow your line and we took the same music to apparently let us that music because that's ESPN music like I have to tip toe around everything and I had to get espn specific music so like if we stole their their segments stole their music they stole the music from us because there's no way that they cleared using espn primetime realize though billy that what happened is you guys started the show with the typical five minutes of no practice that you start the show with now. This is what I'm GonNa tell you guys did he. He went inside and robbed the bank and came outside and you're driving the car and you didn't know that he was robbing the banks. You you are an accomplice. He is an accomplished to crime and he didn't no he was an accomplice idea and I brought up. Hey this is kind of similar something they do but I was cool doing it because I'm telling you it was a lot different. I have heard that segment that they do. It's it's it's better than what we did. They pre- they like write the stuff out so they have like jokes ready to go lined up billion. I literally two seconds before he was a worse copycatting padded Lazier version we disagree. I'd say more talented right because we spit bold for four hours. Yes that was sick in right out like that was sixteen sixteen minutes unedited like we could shot okay brats that are listening to this right now. Because I told Chris Cody we're going to do tomorrow. We're just GONNA put forty five minutes of silence yeah yeah and maybe every once in a while. We'll just drop in something because you guys are brats shouting at the judge wrap up on charges and you're shouting at the judge. I wanted to start with that again today to do too much sports sports more sports more you unless you stop listening. Please fleet is pretty amazing. How people listen to help people know the exact amount of sports we should do? They're like do enough sports. Stop and then they think it is is a volume control. They think our entire show is that was one decibel too much patrick mahomes. Please one decibel less talking about the Patriots Antonio Tonio Brown sports news for them. It's happening again on Monday. So if you don't want to listen Monday Antonio now don't listen on Monday because that play that thing nowhere next Monday. It's going to be more like there's because I'm going to prepare more stuff yeah well. How do they do it in all honesty? How do they do it? Do they. Start that music they do a lot of Chris Berman noises and then. PF teachers does a bunch of funny jokes. It's it's it's a good thing. I haven't heard in years but I mean that's basically what we did. We went around the league. We broke down every game right right like in like ten min gave way more stats than native billy was like every game given stats helped me out with something no because of forgive my ignorance on this. I'm not familiar with their work. I hear that we're often compared to them and I've heard from them that they get accused a lot of stealing our general vibe vibe and so there's going to inevitably be some crossover ideas when we're both kind of doing satires of sports stuff that's. That's why I didn't really take offence to people saying that we still have them like we're friends with those guys like strawberry. You're the one who stole it Chris. You're the one who knowingly like nobody else around here. Knew why I consider it a remake. We didn't steal it was like we wrote the lyrics to one of their songs and was like oh no one notices. We played the exact same music like we we were at a concert and instead of playing are hits. We played like a cover. We resolve to cover our cover band. Did people like it because a lot of people don't listen to both show no no. I I saw a few people you know saying you know cease and desist. I saw a bunch of do this. Every Monday and I saw a couple like fast forwarded sixteen minutes. It's like there. It was polarizing. Honestly I think it was good because it got a lot of reaction like we do stuff sometimes and I don't see any tweets about it. I saw a lot of positive and a lot of negative polarizing and I got more sports. You guys like WanNa get into more actual yeah more. It's well better my story. I heard that part of my take. He said that joke apologies Zach Lowe as the heaping at three seat. That's right that is right Dan. What do you think well who is Who's beneath them there? You've got ahead of them. You've got Toronto falling off so who do they have. You've got Boston falling off right. who do they have ahead out of them Philadelphia and Milwaukee Yeah. That's what I I honestly. That's what I assume. I honestly didn't hear the podcast was on Howard Beck podcast and I just saw that he said that potentially three seat and it just made me happy and I just got started getting excited this team. Jimmy Butler working out at four. AM early showing up early think. Do you think he does that just to like post it on like of course that's the whole point like dude we're not in season right now you don't have to wake up at four. AM to work out for him because they posted it for him you you can post the wake up like it hit the snooze button wake up and say rise and grind and then go back to sleep till about ten. Am To get rid of the whatever was happening the club that's what I always it was assumed with Lebron because Lebron likes to post these four. AM videos but he does it like once a month so it's like it's not like every morning you see Lebron grinding at four hundred. It's really one am right if it's for him here. It's one am on the West Coast one. AM Well. I think I think when he posted its at four and I was the last time you were up at one. Am I picture you. I'm falling asleep every night at like nine thirty one I stayed up until when when is the last one never minded activity like working out at one. Am just when was the last has time billy what I envision you being really old man home Let's see it's a lot of time that you're thinking the last time you were up at one. I was at the backstreet boys concert and that ended kindly your wedding. How about your wedding night? Were you out. Were you up to one o'clock in the morning on your wedding night. aw there was an after party. It was dude. That warning went late. I left it like eleven thirty and you guys said you went out after sure. You were up late that night. I hope you're up late one. I guess once yeah once tricky ones laid. Nothing good happens after all for the love of Dot I told you Jim Rome told me that on television television twenty years ago and I'm like you've never been laid after midnight. Like what are you talking about. Nothing good happens.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Largest insurer. Declined to protect cell phone companies against health related claims in two thousand ten Lloyd's emerging risk team stated, quote, the danger with EMF is that like as best dose the exposure, insurers face is underestimated and could grow exponentially and be with us for many years and quote. All right. The point of that comparison is that EM hasn't been studied thoroughly enough to disprove any adverse health effects. But that doesn't prove that there are adverse health effects. We simply don't know enough yet to make a definite statement either way, which is the only point I'm trying to make. Although there's no clear evidence cellphones are harmful or at least not yet. I think there's enough evidence that they might cause on to support some skepticism. Well, Carter I have to agree with you. Here are ruled has developed and changed at an incredible pace. And it's plausible. We may not yet completely understand how these new technologies might be affecting us. And when you consider the corporations in lobbyists that stand to gain from the cellular industry success. I think it's reasonable to be suspicious. The argument over cell phone safety has been waged back and forth for decades. And it currently seems to be moving back toward the side of urging caution just this year and -talian man brought another lawsuit claiming that his cell phone use caused his noncancerous brain tumor, and he won though his suit was against the state social security agency and not the cell phone manufacturer, it sets a legal precedent that cell phones. Possibly can cause brain tumors. If we're urging our listeners to be more cautious. Here's some ways people can protect themselves, the easiest and most effective solution is simply moving the phone away from your head that means using speakerphone or bluetooth headsets just six inches drastically reduces the.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"For testing cell phones, the FCC only dictates that cell phone manufacturers must tester devices with an independent lab to certify they're within limits recommended by the an SI triple A, so instead of taking a hands on approach to regulation, the FCC is trusting manufacturers themselves to test their own products. That's right. The testing looks like what you'd expect essentially strapping a cell phone to a dummy's head and testing the results the important number here is the S A R or standard absorption rate. The rate at which radiate is absorbed by the body. The NS I Tripoli has set the limit for cell phones at one point six watts per kilogram. Some scores for reference the new iphone X is one point eight watts per kilogram. The samsung. Galaxy S eight is one point five five watts per kilogram. Just under the limit and the limit itself feels sort of arbitrary one point six watts per kilogram is safe. But one point six one isn't where did that magic number come from. And how much of a difference? Does it make in the long term? That's the thing. There hasn't been a lot of research into the long-term effects of electromagnetic radiation. It's not clear if standard absorption rate is really even the right metric to be testing. As far as safety is concerned most research on the subject of radio frequency radiation is funded by the cellular industry itself, which in turn decides if and how that information is released.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

"And this is what i think the moon all right so harold loses the case and his client little tim get sentenced to one hundred in sixteen years in prison dan air one hundred and sixteen years because he was convicted on several counts and the sentences couldn't run concurrently so the time added up and it might have ended there but it didn't in fact this is where things start to look a little brighter for tim carpenter because this case isn't just about a man knocking over some radio shack zenno this is about privacy and it's about our expectations of privacy should our cell phones yours and mine be permitted to operate as little pocketsized tracking devices on all of us and you know who's really into privacy new well you know who's been looking for the perfect test case that could go all the way up to the supreme court take a guess any yes i am going to guess the ac chuschi wing at this point the aclu the american civil liberties union has been watching a bunch of cell phone location data cases across the country none of them have made it to the supreme court yet but for whatever reason the nine justices decided to hear the cell phone data case starring the cell phone robber the man at the aclu who has made cell phone privacy his life's obsession is a lawyer named nate wesler nate wesler swoops onto the carpenter case to help harold girl which out need is not confounded by all the data in fact this is his suites by this is what he does although he says he does reserve the right to be confused by some of little tim's behavior on one day he made one hundred forty one calls made a received two hundred forty one calls wait one day he had one hundred forty one calls.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

"It is pretty easy for the police to find out where your cell phone has been the biggest cell phone companies have cops contacting them all the time trying to get the records of people who they think committed crimes the cops don't even need a warren they just need to show up in front of a judge in say eight we think maybe this guy might have committed a crime which is exactly what the police did in the case of little tim carpenter so carpenter gets lawyer and he's really lucky he lands one of the top criminal defense lawyers in detroit a guy name harold girl wits now herald takes a lot of high profile cases but he also gives appointed to represent defendants who can't afford a lawyer and that is how he ended up with little tim carpenter as a client now a case about a string of radio shack robberies that's kind of small potatoes for a guy like harold girl wits in forty years as a defence lawyer he has represented mob bosses and drug kingpins and former detroit mayors he knows all about wires and jailhouse informants an undercover cops but that's kind of all old school what herald wasn't expecting was the fbi coming to him and saying yo we have your clients cell phone location records i was really overwhelmed is is inappropriate were because i hadn't dole with it before quite frankly in any of your listeners in in any of my cases metro pcs which is little tim cell phone carrier hands over a hundred and twenty seven days of tim cell phone data to the fbi now this is two hundred pages of spreadsheets showing everywhere that little tim cell phone has been at the beginning and at the end of every call for four months soul towers location data longitude latitude uh i'm not sure that i was able to make any clearer sense of the because there was just too much that was it was too difficult to fund my way through it but it was nothing for the fbi because the feds have these computer programs that take those one hundred twenty seven days of data and turn it all into a map.

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"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cell phone" Discussed on Planet Money

"But green does give them something else to cell phone numbers including the phone number of little tim whose real name is timothy carpenter and greet tells the cops this guy little tim he is one of the ringleaders and that number that one cell phone number that is what does timothy carpenter in little tim cell phone gives the fbi away to know where he has been nearly every minute of every day for months and months and that is how a guy accused of going on a cell phone robberies free ends up being screwed up by his own self hello and welcome to plan of money i messaging and i'm no l k our cell phones me feel like these private personal possessions to us but they are giving away information about us all the time with every hall every tax every time we email or stream the video that bone is paying off some cell tower and the cell phone company is reporting where we are those records get stored for a long time and it turns out it's pretty easy for the government to get a hold of them today on the show a smalltime criminal case gets kicked up to the supreme court and this case could decide how much privacy we can expect for all the footprints we leave behind the digital world support for this podcast in the following message come from state farm who knows that many americans struggle with their finances and most had never been taught how to manage them starting today state farm wants to change that by giving people the tools help and education they me to take control of their money putting financial wellbeing within the reach of every one you can find out more at let's start today dot com state farm here to help life go right.

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