13 Burst results for "Chris Line"
"chris line" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Facts matter. Stephanie Miller. Stephanie Miller. It funks your brother. Indeed, it does. It just seems rude. 52 minutes after the Owen. Thank you. Leave my brother alone. Oh, well, yeah. You know what? Everything will be better in a minute because Dana will be everything. And Sean Kaminsky is here in training, fulfilling in for the vacation. He is doing great. Getting a handle on it. Yeah. Okay, Jim in Wisconsin says Steph, I almost wrote back in November to tell you why I felt pretty sure we'd ultimately see this day in the beginning of Trump prosecutions. I think it was some of The White House insiders who testified to the committee without much urging. It made me think of the way a landslide starts a few pebbles trickle down that a fist sized rock or two. The rocks only get bigger, they only fall in one direction and the Trump family is standing at the foot of it. Oh, that just makes me happy. I'm on the same mind above Cisco on this. I had probably every single day an instance that's made Trump's stomach churn. I hope the anguish is intense and frequent. Yes. One more thing. Can we please stop pretending there's any way Trump will be the GOP candidate in 2024? That's going to be desantis. If someone really needs a boogeyman, find a credible one, this guy is done. I think the only way he stays out of prison is by dying first. Oh gosh. Along those lines, right? Oh, by the way, what did we say as to Karen and Chicago said she's gonna hire a taco truck in a van when he gets indicted? Yes, okay. Yeah. And I'm gonna do the lesbian version of tuna taco truck. And I'll only serve a clamato juice. What? So you want no one to come. Were you gonna say Chris? Lines are what you were talking about before. My friend Andy texted me yesterday. He said, Trump's heart has got to be exploding from all the stress. And I'm like, I don't think he works that way. I think he sees us as a challenge to overcome. And he's energized by it. He doesn't media still is like, is this going to help or hurt Trump? I'm like, every new crime that comes might help him, really? Bill Barr. God. This guy, why we should never trust this guy. Yeah. And his rehabilitation tour. Really? He flat out citizens club 15 that day. It's not going to work. Let's start with Bill Barr. Yes, doctor. It's hard for me not to conclude. It's a political hit job. Oh, shut up. This is a woman who campaigned for office, saying that promising she's going to go after Trump, which I think is a tremendous abuse of office. And targeting individuals. So I think she was targeting Trump. Of course she was, because he was doing the crime. He was the king of targeting. And protecting his friend. All right. Yeah, he said that out loud. I knew that was going to trigger you. Now I'm not even sure she has a good case against Trump. What? But what ultimately persuades me that this is a political hit job is she grossly overreaches when she tries to drag the children into the yes. Yes, they had roles in the business. But this was his personal financial statement. It was prepared by the CFO, accounting firms were involved in it. The children aren't going to know the details
"chris line" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Generally you're supply those options at the price that they're offered to you? Yeah, yeah, no, exactly right. So how this typically works for employees is you want to tech startup, right? And you go through the interview process, you get an offer, and then the CEO or the head of HR, whoever sits you down is like, okay, here's your salary and cash compensation. I get a disturb, which is the equity compensation. And in that piece, typically, what you get is options to buy a stock, you don't get shares, right? And so what that means is that typically you're granted a number of shares and a strike price. And that's how you can exercise your options and exercise your options using means using that rate to exercise actually purchase your shares. So this is particularly unique situation as startups because in addition to kind of investing your time into your career, which pretty much everybody does, everybody has to make a living and start you also have this opportunity to invest money into your career, which is a little bit more atypical. So that's maybe setting this page. Yeah, and to try to put some tangible numbers on this. Let's say that you're going to start up your offer and I don't know. Let's use round numbers to be easy. A 100,000 shares at a certain price. And that's what you mentioned, the strike price, let's call it your strike price. Offered them. Years down the road, your company has done multiple rounds that hopefully the increasing valuation. And so the price of those shares could be $10, right? And so you have the option if you exercise the option to purchase those 100,000 shares at the dollar, that's your strike price. And thus, in theory, and on paper, you're instantly, it's a little complicated because of dilution and things like that. But you own that equity and theory, you've paid a dollar to make ten, right? Exactly right, yeah, and so that's the kind of nice part about this. Is that when you're issued options in a strike price that's typically the fair market value, also called a four 9 8 at the time that they're granted to you. And yeah, hopefully the idea is that the company gets more valuable and the share price increases. And so that this shares will be worth more later. And maybe what kind of one of the really sticky situations that circumflexes get into that is, again, something we're hopefully trying to solve here in the long term at a compound is you actually pay taxes on that difference in the share price. The strike price at $1 when you are granted the options and then it goes up to ten. That's really good that that value is increased and you'll only pay at the $1 price with the extra percent. But then you get tax on the difference between one and ten or $29 a share. So and that can be extremely significant and that's a very large cash expense that you have to pay today. So that could be 5, 6, 7 figures worth of expense. And again, the Harry situation is even a company at series D series E, not necessarily a 100% guaranteed to go public illiquidity. So you could pay all this money, not always exercise shares, but also to pay the taxes and you're kind of in this kind of weird situation where it's like, yeah, I own something I'm really excited about the company, but it's like a really large cash expense and it's not guaranteed. Because again, keeping with these round numbers, I've bought the shares at $1. So I've spent a $100,000 to do it, which by the way, you have to you're buying it. So you have to have that cash to exercise the option. And then you're essentially now on paper you have a value of a $1 million because again, a 100,000 shares. But you have to pay the taxes on that, despite the fact that we're not necessarily talking about a publicly traded stock or something like that. So these aren't the most. Shared tax implications and things like that. Exactly right. Yeah, and in that case, it's called the kind of organ element is what the lawyers call it, that difference between a million and a 100,000. And so that 900,000 would be basically treated again, depending on the exact kind of options you have. As income and so if you're paying winning exercises, you could be paying up to a couple 100,000, depending on your exact situation. So the reason we're talking about this now is because for the last decade, at least, not for every company, but in general, for tech workers, what's the crypto phrase Chris? Line goes up or whatever. Yeah, always goes up right, exactly. Yeah, so it's sort of been that way, but now we're in a situation where, depending on depending on when you got hired because think about it, if you were employee number 5, even if your company does a down round, you still, you could still exercise your options and they'd be above water. But if you got hired right at that last series C rays and now they're going to raise a D as a down round your options are completely underwater. And so this is sort of what your piece talks about. You give several different scenarios and what options people have in which cases they should maybe exercise the options or maybe not. And one of the key things about the piece and then I'm sort of teaming you up to give us some scenarios is in essence you say that there's an opportunity cost here and the opportunity cost is time. Your life and the amount of productive years that you have and things like that. So if you're working for a startup and all of a sudden your options are underwater, maybe you should jump ship. Maybe you could go to another company that maybe isn't as far underwater, et cetera, et cetera. So walk me through some of these sort of things that workers might need to be considering right now. Totally, yes. So let's walk through this kind of first situation just to kind of set the stage. So one of the things that could have happened is you joined a company maybe a couple of years ago. They've raised a couple rounds, and so you're the value of your options to increase. And now they're just kind of coming down on the down around, right? So your options, like you said, are still positive, but less valuable than they were call it a year ago. So there's a couple of key things you can kind of think about in that situation. So one of them would be actually now might be serving uniquely great time to exercise your options. And the reason is, again, if you believe in the long-term prospects of the business, then the share price is just going to continue to increase and increase. And if you owe taxes.
"chris line" Discussed on Pig & Whistle - Tales from Azeroth
"What legion was of leading up to and what it wanted to do these. Clauses causal quests and storylines. Were actually amazing. Absolutely amazing so the first one i'll go over is may i made a m- age during legion. The major chris line is basically you know you get loads of different potential onto facts. She get lewdness. You get a fellow milan. You get urban show and of these have different impacts in while in general the low wise so lunacy was wielded by A i believe i believe it was a gwen. Who was a guardian of tearful mediev- stand in law dad matiz mada and you have fellow. Milan was wielded by kelso's who will actually kill in face to of tpc classic which is strange and eventu-. I'm not sure about that. One milk ally to side ota. These costs overlapped. Some to each of a sanctums now the one that i remember like going into someone. Else's sanctum is the paladin quest. Line where you go and defend the priest or the whole from a invasion from the legion and shadow and stuff like that but they were all very much that inseperab- missions and quests lines all of them very unique to the death right. Oh to that caused the death knight one was you'll raising the full horsemen back from the dead. So you were looking for perfect candidates for this so you'd get let nasr grim you'd get sally white main. Who's the lost boss in scotland monastery cathedral. I'm not sure who the third one is. Actually on trying to remember account remember the side but the full fund is daria mo- grain Dentist troll bane is the homeless man. I remember not now who was a of military figure in the one of the fest wars between humans. And all that kind of thing. He was the one who i believe was stationed at strong gal keeping the highlands side one of them things that might be a bit folks sometime quite milton that but i'm kind..
"chris line" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So. I would say after. We made all things under heaven which was like the last record. We made last record. Album played on soon as we're done. Mike with production of that. I pretty much knew that you know this. Is it tour it. We'll we'll go out there and support this thing but this is gonna be you know like i didn't. There was nothing left to say. And then he got sick so we didn't ended up. Touring it and You know that just seemed like the logical point to kind of turn the lights out on that chapter. Yeah you know. And you ended up eventually touring with your brother right. I did yeah with mark was that solo material. That were gonna was chris. Line stuff that you're just playing by yourself. Now that was all new solo material. You know yeah like without without alvin. I'm not really ever gonna play that stuff you know at least not in a band format You know who knows. Maybe maybe something someday for my kids. When i'm eight thousand years old but like if they even care but like yeah it was all new material you know with all holy war which was like the first sort of like solo multimedia project. I embarked on. After the acre sign exploded we right-back after a word from our sponsors. How much of a gap was there between leaving acres line and holy war. I want to say about a year or two. I'm not good with time. But like i spent about a year just developing which is like you know might sound a little bit lofty but i was fortunate. I had you know a deal at the time. That allowed me to develop and i had an idea of what i wanted to do because rock and roll Was long since in the gutter for me. It's just wasn't exciting genre anymore and I thought that you know there's a way to do something to kind of. Carry the spirit of that on and kind of reach towards you know heroes of mine in contemporaries you know like like good black music contemporaries and shit like that so it just took a minute to kind of like figure out how to do that within my persona and mexico city plays a role in this. How did you decide that. Mexico city was where you wanted. Focus on this. I'm not really sure how we decided that producer friend. Nick had connect down there and kept knocking on my screen door. Saying you gotta go to mexico city. Like they're going to understand what you're doing down there. And he even helped linked up the link with dude down there and yet we just you know everyone was still open in friendly and we. We did a trip down there. Did a bunch of shows a bunch of screenings of the film and it reminded me of london in two thousand one like the first time we went there. You know there was still music Down there that were like imprint and people seem to be really really kind of open minded to whatever whatever was going on as long as it had some blood coursing through now. Yeah you'd mentioned that. In one of the films that i saw about you had the william burroughs connection there yeah bill can shoot your wife and get away with it. That's why it sounds like it. Sounds like a place that check out. It's a beautiful place. I don't know if you've ever gone down there. But it i mean i'm from l. a. And that's like a sprawling metropolis but it doesn't even hold a candle to mexico city. You know it's really like yeah man. it's just analysts is just. It's an analyst city so it's it's really breathtaking. As you fly in you know it's there's not much like it you know. It's one of the biggest cities in the world. I think and once you get in there there's power lines phone lines from generations so they've never taken the old ones down so the streets are just covered with these lines that cut the sky up. Allow crazy ways in. It's yes just a Lifted deep impression on me and it was really beautiful. You know a felt like a european city somewhat like had had a little bit of that. But it's on saying you know it didn't remind me of america at all but in a great way heard really dangerous. I mean. I'm sure it is somewhere. But we're always camped out felt like Almost felt like silverlake over here. So yeah it was nice as hell. Beautiful clubs the venues they were. They're great you know you could tell me we were in you know. I don't know somewhere in benelux. In i be like okay. You know. I mean. I really really awesome. Actually there's cops everywhere you know there's shit going down but i think it's like any place. It depends where you are. That's a good point. Yeah so the music that you wrote for holloway. It's it's a bit of a change from acres line is a lot more electronic and.
"chris line" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Get outside financing That doesn't even have that. Maybe DPW is the equity piece and Chris lines up the, uh um, the debt piece or whatever so Chris was here. We're going to answer some questions. Um Was a couple questions for Chris. Did you see that? I think he might have answered one of them. One of which was what? What was the second reason you came here? I don't understand what that means. You gave one reason the first reason why you wanted to come. Um W McLean was asking what was the second reason you decided to come aboard. You don't have to have a second. I've probably forgotten. But, um, I think the second reason really relates to the theme of the show, which is risk on And you know it has occurred to me when I left Karl Marx after building a successful middle market restructuring banking group. You know that I felt like it was time for me to move on and on the type of person that if I have those feelings Like If I wanted to lose weight, I would sort of tell everybody before. It's actually doing it that I was going to go on a diet and therefore, you know, put the pressure on myself to do something different. And this move is more, you know, sort of in that spirit, Which is that if you know, and I don't know who you would attribute this quote to. I think it's either Henry Ford. Maybe even Tony Robbins. But if you do as you've always done you always you're gonna get what you've always gotten. And so, you know, I think you know I was, you know, in a good place, Um, but given my kids are getting older and an opportunity like this only comes so often. My perception of the risk in terms of coming here was different from other folks in my seat, so I don't know if that answers it, but it doesn't. It's important that people understand that we elevated our game. I mean, I'm a big believer that all global elevated their game. When they got Chris? Yeah, everyone. You can tell the reception wasn't easy to get Chris to. I think it took us What a good Few months, right your longer moving topics for awhile. Sure, sure, but I mean, that's pretty standard. Actually, you know, I probably negotiated with Tonio for like 17 months or something. So really? Yeah. So maybe I was quick. Then I didn't feel quick to me. Yeah. Um Hey, Chris. We appreciate you joining us hang out for a few minutes. We're going to be wrapping up the show. Those of you who want to check out what we're doing and get those 13 d filings. Sort of in a timely manner. We filed the 13 D on Husa. H U. S A and went down today. That was unusual. No, not really. Oil was down a dollar 50. It's pretty standard. Uh, our theme is just oil there. Yeah, well, you know they have about a million acres of assets. Not true, but they have a million acres. They have a working interest in about a million acres of assets. Yeah. Oil and natural gas, But it's a working interest, right. So like you have a 20% interest is, um Yeah, just depends on where it is ends on what it is So some some interest is could be lower in Colombia. It's a little bit different, structured, but yeah, A million is about the number, but it's a percentage of that million. Correct. Yeah. So looking to buy undervalued assets. Yeah, that's what we do. We put a full position on there and obviously, uh, That 13 d file. We found a, uh, an s three to, uh not in. That's three no form of 23. Yeah, because of now we're 14. What are we 14.8 14.84 14.89%. Hey, uh, I've been told Chris to ask you. Do you remember, like a risk on moment for yourself? Kind of the biggest risk you were taking. You don't have to get specific if you don't want to, But the more you could, the better like something where you made an investment yourself. Or you did something with someone that there was a moment in time Where It was a big risk. Well, I mean, I'm experiencing it today. I mean, I would just say from a career perspective when I left Karl Marx because I was partner in charge of a group. I was in a very secure position. And so and also something happens to your risk tolerance when your kids are young and you, you raise your family from that position. I grew Risk of verse during that time frame when my kids were younger, and so that was a big risk for me personally to move to, Um Platform that was not known for restructuring. But from an investment perspective, you know, the lights really went on for me with respect to Bitcoin, and it's never turned turned off to the point where You know, effectively allocated as much as as fair to Bitcoin and a little bit to Therien. And I don't feel the risk because I feel like I know the asset really well. But certainly in the in the initial stages. That was risky. Hey, we'll catch up with Chris tomorrow on Bitcoin in the theory. Maybe we're gonna back on the show. We can talk about crypto. Yes. One of your favorite topics. Josh,.
"chris line" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I'm dave grave line. I wish it could do something for my voice but nothing has worked so far. I'm chris line but thanks for tuning in. Thanks especially when you call in and participate and we've got two great easy ways for you to do that. What's the easiest way and its toll free from anywhere north america. Just pick up the phone. Most of us are used to actually using a phone call. Make phone calls the hole punch some digit punch. Some digits. eight hundred eight nine nine into which is eight hundred eight nine nine four six eight six for the pneumonic challenged okay or the brand new way and we're getting a lot of response that way because it is so easy on anything that has browser your phone. Your tablet your laptop anything that might have a browser then what stopped by into tomorrow dot com. You see on the right side. There's a little button that says. Ask dave the microphone. Ooh mash that button mass. The but you to send us another message for from any browser there. You go land in dearborn. Michigan listens online. Welcome lance gardening. Now more lately and i'm fanning since i live in some of the northern states to tied to just an indoor gardening and i was wondering are there any sensors or anything that i could use any sort of tack. That would help me in my Sir to get the perfect tomato Either outdoors or indoors. How do you live in some of the northern states. Wouldn't you live in one of the states. Maybe i'm confused. Well maybe he's at one of those points where it's like you know three or four corners where you can step into his garden. And he's in a different state but in this. Maybe that's it. But lance good good question and it kind of like chris been getting into gardening lately and it seemed like everything he tries to grow grows like crazy. Why how because. I'm just that good all right. But lands the main sensor you'd be able to use is a soil moisture sensor the relatively inexpensive for example the planet link soils sensor will cost you about thirty five dollars and can be calibrated to monitor for the moisture requirements of tens of thousands of different plants. Those kinds of sensors are not all the same however you can find smart ones. That will alert your phone if the plant needs more water which can be a helpful hint if you're new at this hobby it's not rare for sensors like these two need to be linked to a hub for example like samsung's smart things hub There's a little bit of a pain In getting all that setup because you'll need one extra device but it does help extend battery life by using less energy hungry radios. If you will then what wi fi would require and reminds me of a very low tech but when i was a kid i thought it was a high tech moisture sensor that my grandmother had in her plants and it was a simple little like bird that stuck into the soil batteries in it and when it sense it and even the started chirping. Really when i was kid. I thought that was the coolest thing of these similar ways. If they just send the signal to your phone even told her. don't water it. I want to wait for it to chirp exactly okay now. And since you mentioned indoor gardening you might be interested in some of the all in one indoor smart garden devices these boxes that have room for the plants themselves but also include monitoring and grow lights so cool. Some can control the humidity as well to create an ideal environment for the plants. Now there are lots and lots of these boxes to the point that they're fairly generic and it'd be hard to recommend an actual brand a few years ago. They made up about thirty percent of all the major tech trade shows. They normally started around one hundred dollars and go up in price depending on both sides and features for example the soil sensor and humidity control but also wi fi alerts automatic watering automatic light scheduling and so forth. Wow very cool. So lance let us know what you end up using or maybe a combination of the plethora of suggestions that we provided and what works and doesn't work for you so you'll help not only chris who's big time gardening as well but others listening that want to do the same thing and there's even some of these smart light bulbs of have most. I know you've got one in your bedroom because you've got a plant in there to try to help oxygen it your room and you've got gotta whiz smart bulb so i know that when you leave the bedroom in the morning you have it go into the grow light mode yes which is really strange to see this purple light emanating from my bedroom during the day. Because that's just leave that one on so that the plant grows toward it. And i'll be darned if it's working and i was surprised it's probably any light but this one happens to be they call it a grow light because it's kind of appropos q. May be it is better for the planet. I don't know but it's working. So this little philodendron. Whatever kind of thing seems to be healthy and i forget to water it anyway. Those are hard to kill okay. That's why that's why it's good for you to have a very good. I also do manage to grow between you and fausto cameron's big strawberry planter out front on my front porch and i pulled seven strawberries office the other day. Yes in march here in miami and they were very sweet and tasty and wonderful and there's probably twenty or thirty more growing waiting to turn red and be juicy. That's one of the joys of living in south florida. we have very long grow seasons. That's very true. But that's about it in terms of what i grow. Although i do have a mango tree for the first time getting little tiny baby mangoes the size of a pea so far. If i'm lucky may be one will grow into a mango. Just keep those squirrels away. Yeah exactly but you got monitored for me. Because i'm not. I don't have the green thumb denise in starkville mississippi listens on super talk ninety seven point three out. The is the app and one of your recommendations on our any other money at well. These vin mobile app is generally safe to use. Its own by pay pal so at least you know. There's a big publicly traded company behind it that stands to lose a lot. If there's a big security breach you just search for their names on the app select how much money you want to send or request and do it. There's really not much to it. It's a very fast free way of transferring money to others now the app the app has a social media aspect to it. You get sort of a news. Feed listing transactions. It's your friends have made. It doesn't list personal info but she'd be able to see who paid who assuming that their privacy settings are set to public which is unfortunately the default. Don't like that. Yeah but you can go to the settings and change the default to participants only and then only you in person on the other end of your transaction. We'll see that in your feeds. Yeah as for recommendations. They're all the same vendor cash app. I prefer that one. For whatever reason zell apple and google pay. They're all basically the same and pretty much interchangeable. Just use whichever the people you want to exchange funds with are using alan ackerman mississippi. Welcome solid state drives. Come into being a reasonable cost compared to hard drive well ellen. They sure are more reasonable than they used to be. Most five hundred gigabyte. Ssd's won't crack one hundred dollars these days now. Having said that they're still far more expensive than hard disk. Drives not hard to find a one terabyte. Hdd for about forty bucks. You won't find that kind of price for one terabyte. Ssd at all but having said that most people are using stores in the us to these days since their videos music and pictures have all left their computers so you may get a better return from buying a smaller but faster sst than a larger and slower harvest district. Yes it's more expensive but at to your point. If you're doing a lot of stuff in the cloud starring things there and not on your machine if you can get an ssd for what little storage. You.
"chris line" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"A home in bridgeton. At least one person was killed. A little girl is critically hurt after police say her brother got a hold of a gun. It's every parent's nightmare a three year. Old lakeland florida boy accidentally shot his two year old sister after finding a gun that had been hidden between sofa cushions by a family friend. Who was visiting friday night to watch tv. Twenty-three-year-old kvant wilson told investigators. He plays the gun between the cushion so that it would be hidden from the children. He was arrested on charges of failing to safely store. A firearm carrying a concealed firearm and possession of marijuana and could face other counts after the shooting. The men in the home rusted drive to a hospital on their way. They got into a crash with another vehicle causing several injuries seiichi address. Oh fox news. A talented athlete. Who used to play basketball michigan. State is now wanted in a deadly shooting police in detroit. Say keith appling. Got into an argument with a man last night that escalated into a physical fight. Police say appaling than shot the man and fled the scene. The twenty nine year old played from michigan state from twenty ten to twenty fourteen. He then had to brief contracts with the orlando magic the national guards mission at the. Us capitol complex ends today. The twenty one hundred troops still in washington will be returning to their home states. Those based in dc. We'll be returning to normal operations at one point about twenty six thousand national guard members deployed the washington in the aftermath of the january six attack on the capital cost of nearly five hundred million dollars. Fox's jared halpern tropical storm. Anna is expected to dissipate by tomorrow. The first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season brought rain and wind to bermuda. I'm tamped himself and this is fox news when you're running a business. 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Fox that stamps dot com code fox. Here's a look at weather from the heartland news weather center wednesday mostly sunny with a high near sixty one wednesday night clear with a low around thirty nine thursday sunny with a high near sixty five. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. Welcome into tomorrow with dave grave. Line the interactive radio network program with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts. Who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's dave gray line. It's the into tomorrow. Broadcast for the weekend of friday may twenty first twenty twenty one during our twenty six year bringing you the latest in cool consumer tech available today and into tomorrow and the announcer guy said. I'm dave line. So though i don't sound like me i am. I am chris line. you do sound like you. Who am i really. Yeah you know as much reading up as i've been doing And you trust me. If you have some sort of melody we really don't wanna be hanging out on web. Md or googling everything. It's just not fun but by the same token you wanna learn more so you try to read up more. And that i learned that the vocal cord najah have polyp whatever usually occur if it's not from Screaming like at a sporting event. Or something where you can do damage or actual damage to your throat and an accident or something of that nature. Then it's most likely caused get this by a viral infection. You haven't had any of those. Have you know. No no no the rona of course yeah is a viral infection and here i was with three or four different doctors now from different things from pulmonologist to the diabetes doctors. Just you know these ear nose and throat specialist et cetera. Have all been saying it's a post covid thing and i'm so come on. You're you're blaming. Covert on everything. I mean it kind of makes sense for you know. No no wonder why we can't give you antibiotics. It's not going to help. It's a viral infection. Covert maybe fat. you know. now that's not true true so don't even go there because you can't get a prescription for that fine. Whatever happened here. Power walking yeah. Pizza made you fat and beer and other stuff but you are power walking on you. Lost a bunch of poundage. But then i found them concerned in the park that used to walk. Yeah terrific did. I mention that This is into tomorrow. We've got some tech news and commentary and then back to your calls next week. We have a big announcement. Is it next week two weeks and two weeks. What he kind of. June fourth l. k. Low the wanna stay tuned. the okay. that's the weekend after my surgery for the vocal chords very very quiet. Yes no whispering. I didn't think whispering would be a problem. It's whispering is bad for your vocal. Did you know that. I did not until your doctor said. Yeah so i have to be well even whisper. I have to be completely silent. Good luck with that everyone. Well i have to curses already making fun of me because he suggesting i use bandaids or gaffer's tape across my mouth. I may have to. Because i'm tempted to speak all the time co figure i'm gonna talk show host at what i do. It's just what i haven't been doing lately for three and a half months because of this voice issue. But it's the weekend of the surgery so i have to be quiet but we're doing the show the day before so you'll hear the show. Hopefully the last time. I'll be sounding like this and then the next week. We have a big announcement. But it's the best of so you want tune into the best of right. I think week before. You're all confused. Basically stay tuned because especially on the weekend of june fourth. You'll want to hear the show. Okay i don't know anymore but we do have tech news. we do. Colonial pipeline ceo. Joseph blount has confirmed that his company did in fact pay four point four million dollars to the hackers responsible for the ransomware attack. Them pipeline yikes earlier reporting. Estimated colonial pipeline. Paid a ransom of nearly five million news. That was surprising. Not for the amount of money that was paid but because paying ransoms stick cybercriminals is frowned upon by almost every law enforcement agency was probably a surprise to hackers. Yeah because they said we didn't get five million. We only got four point four million. Who's cheating us now. The situation with colonial pipeline was further complicated by the fact that the colonial pipeline company itself was responsible for the shutdown. What yeah oh my god. How did that happen. Blount tells the people that the the operational systems weren't directly impacted but it shut down the critical energy infrastructure so that it could determine how far hackers reached into its system. Oh so it didn't so the has it self did not shut down the pipeline. They shut the pipeline down so they can figure out how far the hackers got into their system which was unfortunately probably the safe thing to do so. It wasn't indirect result of the hack but not a direct result home. Mike guy but i was shocked when i actually did pay the ransom. Got me too because whatever happened to. We don't negotiate with terrorists and and that sort of thing. I mean i get it. It's a good thing. I guess in the long run that they did because now the got oil and gas running through it now has now. It'll be another reason for gas prices to go up. Oh of course. We've got to repay that. Four point four million dollars that they paid. Yeah and you think we don't they do. We'll get well who's paying them prices. Yes exactly un believable. What can i say. Disney added fewer than expected disney plus subscribers as their revenue fell short again adding only eight point seven million disney plus subscribers in its fiscal second quarter and its parks segment logged and operating loss as the company faces an economy trying to emerge from the covid pandemic disney's fifteen billion dollars in revenue for the quarter fell short of expectations and it's one hundred three million streaming subscribers missed estimates analysis projected that the company would report almost sixteen billion dollars in revenue. They also expected the company to report one hundred nine million streaming subscribers instead. It was one hundred and three still disney's direct to consumer business delivered revenue four billion up fifty nine percent from the same quarter a year ago. Disney's linear networks unit which includes of course espn and the networks abc was down four percent from a year ago at only six point. Seven billion dollars. Only i feel so sorry for the mouse. But at least their parts are reopening. Yeah have reopened so as we started telling you last hour this past week dougal had their big i o conference of course this one was virtual and they that will be back in person. Next year wasn't so big. Ben was one of the other things they they announced that they demonstrated this new project star line. The season high resolution cameras and depth sensors to sort of create a real time. Three d model of a person who is in way sitting across from you to recreate the feeling of having a face to face meetings so oh please rate yeah you want to recreate. And what is that. Called project starlight. I'll be sure to jump right. On that google photos they announced will be able to make animated photos from still shots now. That could be kind of cool us to photos to create a moving image. Google has also adding new types of memories including ones based on visual patterns in your photos speaking of photos into and funny things up. What was it that you were showing me the other day that you did. When you and cameron and i went to yellowstone park and we were in front of wh- at the grand tetons or something of snow covered mountains and it has doing some funny song this app. I discovered called avatar. Affi- advocate tarifi. And it's it's it's rare. That i sit down and i just have an app sitting play with ours but i was doing this and it was making me. Ll with some of the stuff. It doesn't take photos of with faces. Animate them to different things you know. I still haven't had anyone like my not only one. But i put that up now to Post on what the heck is it called. I tell people stay off of tiktok. Yeah so if you want to see the thing we're talking about. I think i put it on tiktok i know i put the robot In the hollywood. Florida restaurant that delivered our food the other night i put that up. I think i'll put this up too but yeah other announcements from google. They included adding a feature in google photos to let you store photos and a password protected space on your phone. These photos one appear when you're scrolling in the app. Of course iowa seventy had that well android had it too but it was a secure folder. It's sounds like the same thing but maybe this is a little easier now. Why on earth. You wouldn't want anyone to see a photo or two or three or could be a photo that you've taken specifically for your significant other okay. We'll just leave it at that. Yeah yeah what else. They've also added away to change a stored password for website. Right from inside. Google password manager knows you no longer have to actually go to that site to change it. You can it from within google. The rolling that out gradually to chrome on android in the us and it'll be widely available in the coming months. Okay we'll stay tuned because we got lots more from the google. I o conference. That happened this week. We'll share with you. Not only on the air. But we've got a complete listing of all kinds of goodies and more detail when you visit us at into tomorrow. Dot com speaking of google. Google and elon musk's spacex have joined up. They have plans to locate starlink ground stations in some various google data centers saying they aim to deliver reliable low. Latency internet service with google cloud network. So they got together had little marriage. I guess we also talked about tiktok. They've revamped their safety center in published. The guardians guide a resource that breaks down. How the app works. Outlines best practices for keeping user's safe. It's aimed at parents and caregivers in describes features like family pairing which lets gardens manage a teens account including setting up restrictions on screen time search and direct messages. The tick tock. Safety center has also rolled out a lineup of fresh articles about privacy security and bullying the bullying. Prevention guide is a new resource that tiktok content advisory council developed. It offers tips on identifying bullying behavior ways to prevent harassment on the platform.
"chris line" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World
"Their. Oh yeah. that's all pineapples. Bullish side and gator rocketship. Now yeah well. I know i'm going to some point. Yes you know now now you just ruined it ruined. I've had that idea for that. Tiny little spot a tiny little spot for like a year. I just haven't done it. you know. i know. I have to go figure out where i wanna get. I like to stumble into a tattoo. Her you know what. I mean like bump into him and go. Hey you're a tattoo or there's a. There's a certain amount of randomness involved in that. You know i'd someone asked me. If i was a tattoo artist i said no really as i. I can't even draw. Don't put something permanent in my hand to fuck you up. I can't know if i use spell check. I can spell draw. Still won't be straight there. You will not hear a chris. Line this same sentence together definitely gonna bleed way too much you might catch titis really helps topless for some time to do. But i'd have to male and female. Sure some of them which which is mind blowing when you i understand that yeah no lady There's at least one that i've heard of your monster hooters like i like to tattoo topless. And it's like okay. I i don't i. i know plenty of dudes do it. So now is that topless. And brewers if full-blown full-blown. I mean if i had tits that big. I don't go brawlers because bending over they'd be like heavy pendulous titties. You know what i mean. Maybe you use them in your work like you set it up on top of the arm and let it stretch the skin for you. You know what i mean like. It's an extra hand. Hold on the leg. Or if you're if someone's gonna throw tattoo and they they're really nervous you dang over their head with a little luck in your okay sleep now on when you wake up. You'll have more decks on you than you had when you went to sleep. I am adding dick to you. I'm kind of afraid. i mean i know. He teases a lot. But i'm really very that at some point some something something's going to go in there. A little sketchy. Like i really don't know what it's gonna be and I'll probably laugh at it later. Depending on where it is. No you can't say out loud that you probably because then you're doing it's actually happening once your tattoo or finds out they could get away with putting a take on you. You can't get away with it. D- okay we'll see now you're talking better see now. You're making more sense. You're like i'd probably get over it. It was like no no. No you know people talk about doing it to make you nervous. Yeah sure yeah he. He may even tell you he was not because that's really let's like ninety percent of the fun anyway. Yeah is this the reaction exactly you know. Hey i got dick right in there see you. Can it just blends right in in whatever they check it out. And you'd be like mother fucker so you would be fine. Yeah or something. Odds tramp stamp. Yeah come here. Oh also kind of what. I started to talk about a little bit ago. 'cause i'm all over the place to sunday show was another. That's true it's we're all out of sorts of. It's not like saturday night. Tha there's no live action. Yeah we're just bridges hanging out in the living room on a sunday afternoon. Yeah nothing really exciting. I mean it kind of sucks. I have to. I have to leave the house. But thankfully i don't need to go get much so okay. I know you're not going to talk about the kind of aaron. You need to run or anything like that. You read off the list of groceries. You gotta get or items all right. So i i caught a little. Bit of flack from one activity from talking about the shaving part going back to it. I forgot to say that people really liked the pell and they were they. Were none too happy that it was gone jim in that cab home with them. I know i know. I like a tactile experience awards. Just it's softer. It's it's not itchy and it's not like you know you're not you don't grow lot of hair so i mean it's different. I get their ladies. Who will grow you know actual like trouble. I can get it. i get it. That's a lot down there. But you're just doesn't grow much so really it just a little soft Astroturf kind of thing going on on top of all the action. Nothing it's like having like a fleece blanket or something you know so there you go now you know what my what my pussy wisp feels like. Well now right now right now. It looks doubly. It's not it hasn't even started to get steadily app because it takes a while to start good doubly anyway it. It's just it looked. I don't like the way that it looks as it is because look sneak aid and it looks like if you turn homer simpson's mouth sideways like puffy muzzle bald yes simpson muzzle muzzle between my legs. That's very squishy. Yeah and you know. It's like i don't like it and you did it again where you're going to go you know do when you're movies and you're you're literally making like shaving choices and shit like that right before you leave essential oil burns really. You have like a pattern of of self. Yeah like you are trying to fuck yes like you'll put your tea on top of your script or something. I don't know. I came and knock my table. Akimbo.
"chris line" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Into tomorrow. See voice still cracking. Sorry for the weekend of friday march. Twelve twenty twenty one. I'm dave grave line. I'm chris line. One of the keys to good health is a good night's sleep but many people suffer from sleep apnea chris. And don't even know it what you do. Because you have c. Pap with this week's into tomorrow. Health tech minute brought to you by decks com. Here's alfred tour. Thanks dave sleep is one of the most overlooked health factors lack of sleep. Quality can lead to all sorts of complications including high blood pressure. Heart disease and diabetes. Now one common cause is sleep apnea in which you're breathing is interrupted which in turn disrupts your sleep. The gold standard for diagnosis is to spend the night in a sleep clinic. Hooked up to wires under the watchful eye of technician but this can be uncomfortable and inconvenient which is part of the reason why people don't wanna get tested. The pandemic lockdown has only made this worse. The vivo score system uses a smart ring. That pairs with an app on your smartphone and sends data about heart rate pulse ox and sleep apnea events to the cloud. For processing and analysis then trains physicians screened the results and put the patient a touch with a dentist who will create a personalized oral device designed to keep breathing passages open during sleep. The result is a test that you can take wall sleeping in your own bed without having to travel to asleep lap for into tomorrow. I'm alfred poor back to you. Dave thank you alfred. Our attorneys call during the report and said talking about chris having sleep apnea and on a c-pap is probably a hippo violation. So don't tell anyone that right. So i'm not telling anyone that okay. Good all right But the into tomorrow. Health tech minute is brought to you by decks. Com make knowledge. You're superpower for managing type. One diabetes visit decks com dot com. That's d x com dot com and. It's funny because he talked about how these sleep. Studies can sometimes be uncomfortable and that couldn't be more true because i remember walking into this place. It was like a hospital room that they tried to make like a hotel room not very successfully. No and the guy was like okay now just they hooked me up twelve machines. Can i'll just do what you normally do it night and you know and go to sleep ok. Well that i'm going to need a big bowl of chocolate. Chip ice cream in bagheri does later benoit's tv but but yeah it was a pain. Yeah so maybe. The thing that alfred was recommending would have been very helpful to. But you already know you have it. So you're on a c. Pap which i can't tell anybody. Don't tell you the hip of violation right into tomorrow dot com. Would you meet me there. thanks by. It's jason bonetti for ready dot illinois dot gov with a message about emergency planning for the thousands of illinois citizens with functional needs. Every one of us needs a disaster plan for ourselves. Our families even our pets but the plan and the emergency disaster. Kit may look a lot different for those with functional needs at ready dot illinois dot gov. You'll find tips for designing an emergency disaster plan and building an actual emergency disaster kit. Whether you or someone you know is affected by cognitive. Mobility or visual disabilities has mental health or substance. Abuse issues is death and or has substantial hearing loss ready dot illinois dot gov has the answers there's even guidance for those who rely on life support systems and for persons who use service animals and yes ready dot illinois dot gov has great tips for seniors to even tips for pet. If you or someone you know has functional needs or for that matter you have yet to make your own disaster planner kit visit ready dot illinois dot gov ready dot.
"chris line" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"While retailer we tell investors like you and me didn't even have a chance to make a trade. It's Zutautas set up, man. I mean, it's one of the Rare times in, um my financial life where it's just like them put in your face. You know, I just remember in after after 9 11 when a lot of people lost a lot of money. Uh, after the big one was after, after two of 2008 the financial crisis when ah lot of people lost a lot of money lost their homes right? And then Congress called in hedge fund managers to come in. And the questions were asked. Did you know? How did you make $40 billion last year doing? Um, doing the economic crisis? Well, of course they did exactly what happened, right? They shorted. They shorted companies that they knew we're gonna lose. But You know this is this the second time in my life where it's just been like put out there. In your face in your face. Today it was in your face. We're gonna change the rules so that these companies don't get financially burden anymore. Dude, there's got to be fallout from this. At the end of the day. There's got to be a ton of fall out. There's gonna be congressional hearings. I get ready investor, the regular investor like you and me. We don't have a chance to trade these shares after hours. I don't like it. Hey, let's let's not trade, but let's bet our best bets of the night or next. It's big Alan Giorgio, on K Way news, radio traffic every 15 minutes. Your show, Marcie. Slow drive on the Boulder Turnpike right now, a short lived accident really jammed you up. It was eastbound 36 at Sheridan. It's out of traffic now and over on the shoulder. You still gotta crash down south. Southwest side of town, Wadsworth and Chris line that's causing a lot of delays. Really. Drivers start to loosen up One area.
"chris line" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"chris line" Discussed on KR Live Podcast
"For. I think that is a big sin so we need to also use what divine has given us reason divine has given reason and then got a. Solomon what do you want. I can give you one. Wish what you won solomon. Deans one money one theme. He's at. I want wisdom and gossip. Well done my son. Because with wisdom he became the richest person in the bible. The solomon minds. Who know the background on king. Solomon's mines so he chinks alleman begin by asking for money. He came rich asking for wisdom from the divine. So i asked the same for all of us. That's all for wisdom so that we can use wisdom Do right by not just humans. But by all lifeforms on earth as i said i repeat this. I don't think the intention is for only one species. The human species inhabit the. I'm i'm looking at you. Instagram right now. And a couple of days ago. What's your end projection. Have and i was very shocked by it because there was some things that i never knew. That's what vision and frivolous will. Actually him a a lil. This outweigh you. Accept how you can help. Animals entrenchment to are eight eat. Let's meets to support legitimates. Juries three neurotrophic wildlife southeast for a edison drives five. Don't sleep dolphins six sputtered. Funny seven. Net mckeever alternates as pets. Eight quite battery change nine. Not goatee left shows. Chris line should buy. This is because of briefings. One sell piece dogs playing with dolphins and dongle to reptile shows. Way up this doing things on broccoli's low animal protection. And i believe that animals are not here to entertain us. Not you're not. Actors actresses muscle never be who they are what they are in your own elements which is the old habitant it only humans who have this need to dominate subjugate to turn animals to be human. That is so sad you know. Can you imagine what chimpanzee makes a slaves just like the movie planet of the apes we are in chains and chimpanzees are the ones who whipping us to dance hoping to jump. Think about it. Is it right. Yeah i mean arguably yes so then most because while neat human need to also have species Affiliation closeness we've done dogs and cats into domestic domesticated pets at companions fine. I think That is the upper limit of the pet. Human relationship and dogs have become such an sms humans mosul than other humans today dose only can smell cancer. They can also smell. Covet is amazing. Go to sweden you see. They're using and says lynn adults do help to diagnose if someone has called it and they've been using them for many other things. Llc and source of also putting aside pets because some a lot of people are confused. If you can have a dog you can have a cat. why can't you have a cheetah why you have a monkey. Why can't you have a cockatoo. By can you have parrot because those may not for domestication those are while they are meant to be out in the while and when you start promoting the rights on elephants camel. You start promoting Dolph into tourism. Where you swim with them in photos and stingray. You're not and reaching the ecosystem. You're not helping the sting raider dolphin off the camel enriching..
"chris line" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Were talking about how openly democracy prevailed yesterday. I guess, Joey, I guess in a in a in a visual sense for sure. For 80 million Americans. They do not feel that democracy was successful Yesterday. They feel like well, the election was stolen. I think you they do. That's how they feel. You know what? I'm just ready. I'm ready to be t Get all of this behind us. I don't like the way that we are getting it behind us. But we've got to get behind us and It's some of it is just is quite surreal. From yesterday. Most of it is surreal, and it'd be great to get back to some fun conversation about the pandemic mean something. There's something a little lighter. Remember those days. Let's see, Chris. Good morning on the tide of done show. Hey, Chris. Mm hmm. Chris. Yeah, you're there. Chris line wanted us to go ahead. You're on the air. My aunt Carrie, you loud and clear. Go right ahead, my friend. Hey, I got confused because it is Greg calling. I guess you're screener misheard. My name. What? We got a lot of calls company. Go ahead. Hey, I'll call him in s so I just want to say I voted for Trump a couple months ago. I'm ashamed to say that now. I'm a veteran. I got off active duty two years ago on booking at Trump and his failure of leadership is just It's just astonishing that as a country this guys at the top, right and if you look back, time out better in time out, Greg So you thought if you don't sound like you did vote for Trump two months ago, what happened in this past two months to change your opinion? So really, What has happened is the two months of hearing how the election has been stolen by the lack of evidence, despite any evidence has been brought in. The court has been successfully argued in front of Trump reported. Judge is true on then yesterday, just seeing the actions of those people just you know, and I know it's mob mentality, but What they did yesterday. How is that any different than how it people was acting this summer? They're they're just going nuts. They they overpowered the police. They stormed the capital. They stopped the proceedings. On. It's just is frankly, I'm embarrassed as a conservative and someone who's a lifelong Republican. Excuse me, TOC Those actions yesterday and the buck stops at the president. But you don't see yesterday is there you don't see yesterday is a representation of the whole Republican representation of the whole Republican Party assignment representation of conservatives in America, But that's what we're now tied to. We are tied. That's our reputation now and we have to own it. Those air trump supporters and, you know, I don't think they're I don't think they're truce Republicans. I think they're trump supporters There. Fall into this maggot, Cole, the Trump And that's what they're Following is not that the election was stolen from Republicans that cute. It was stolen from Trump. And that's that's what's leading to this is the cold of good character and lack of leadership from the president, I think is leading to all of this. Okay, Listen, what I've done you disagree with. I don't think there was a lack of leadership Now. Yesterday is is one thing overall lack of leadership from Donald Trump? No, I'm not going to say that. But I'm still very proud and feel very strongly about why I voted for him and I don't I'm not embarrassed and I'm not Ashamed of that. But yesterday, lack of leadership did come through Christian big time with Chris. You put all the blame on the president. I put a majority of them. Look at look at this so called apology and plead to get people to stop the second word. That second thing, he said. Was the election was stolen. Yeah, people have been pointing to that for months, but not a shred of hard evidence that shows the level of fraud to overturn an entire state. Has come forward. They've argued it. I don't know how many 30 40 cases in court all been shot down. They haven't come up with any evidence and and then, and the right wing media is driving the narrative. The president's driving this narrative. I'm all for it. If there if you can point to me a massive voter fraud, you know, we have to prosecute it. Election laws, Chris, It's just not there. I hear what you're saying. And these are these air. Most of these were judges appointed by Trump. I understand that, but none of the none of the evidence was even given a chance to be presented at the very least, Lawmakers should at least look into some of these allegations. Right? Right, you know, and I feel like we've done that. If you look at Georgia one big argument signature is not matching the ballot, right? They've done three Audits of the balance of it. Did they look at 15,000 ballots? They found eight signatures that were weird. Six of them, I believe were for people they actually contact the voters said Yes, that's my signature may be changed in a couple of years and two of them were from a I think a woman signed for her her husband. Yeah, And that's all we found in 15,000. And so yes, that's not Million's our cast in Georgia and the election. But when you take a pool like that, you can only find eight boats out of 15,000. That tells me there's not enough That's going to overturn the George election, let alone Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan Anywhere else that you need it and Chris and Chris, you do consider yourself a conservative Republican. Yeah, lifelong. Okay. I voted for the Texas voted for McCain. In my first election. I voted for Romney. And for McCain and Romney. Well, look, I haven't been around long after other another presidential races. You didn't has been on the ballot. I voted for the republic. I went to the Republican box. I didn't vote in 2016. Because I was in Iraq, then do my melon ballot. Voted last a couple months ago up at the Arboretum for Trump and I'm ashamed of May I voted for him just cause you know they it's just always falling down around them. Listen, the whole down the belief that the full transition because we pride ourselves and peaceful transitions on and yesterday was just it was just embarrassing is antidemocratic is un American? Well, listen, I'll be honest with State of affairs. You know, I appreciate your service to this country. I do. Greatly do appreciate your service to this country. But I don't believe you're a conservative it all In fact, the texting communities just destroying it right now. They don't know you just don't. Well, well, anyway, I'm not let me squeeze in chat rooms. I'm not gonna be ashamed that I voted for Donald Trump. I am rather just supported in the way he handled yesterday. Let's see Chad real quick. I got about a minute, Chad. What's on your mind? I just wanted to say I'll watch the whole thing live yesterday on my computer at work, and I was really proud about the people just standing there. It's a shame that a handful of people did what they did breaking in, because that's not a part of what Republicans and conservatives do. But I think 99% of those people were just there to make a stand and to show their support for our country and Anyway, I was just proud of all that. And I'm sorry It came down to that. Maybe Trump should have. I don't know. Maybe he should have done something sooner like you're saying, But it's still America that was still freedom of speech. Six months ago, Washington was on fire, and they all said nothing to see here. But yesterday was the apocalypse. Burned down the church near the capital, You know, not to follow. Remember that? Yeah..