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In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"claes" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"Just have to say yes at city councils in our neighborhoods when housing project comes up we just have to say yes to open our hearts and then we can do this. It's not insurmountable. Stay yes to say yes for everyone exactly and to be able to all right what we want to do to be able to look at this at this entire landscape because one of the things that we do in in search of the new compassionate maybe is to understand that we are not in this alone. That the idea of the cowboy the when. I was growing up as claes older brother. I'm At seventy three I have we had the image of the lone ranger the cowboy the. I'm mother do it myself. You know i. I don't need anybody in you. Gotta be out there. And that is just in this amazingly complex in this amazingly interconnected world everything you turn one little gear over here. Everything else turns. So what how do you. How do you look at this. So that when we do approach a city council meeting we do approach an opportunity for housing. We get an opportunity to open that conversation. It's a conversation that really needs to be centered around compassion and recognizing that on you're in a city council chamber or any position of power of approving projects such as more housing. You're affecting the lives of a family that may not otherwise have a home and it may be directly. You might be approving a housing and it's not you. It's a week. Since the populist right like where democracy we are proving housing perhaps directly for individuals who currently are housed Could be know shelter housing. It could also be housing for essential workers and right now. Some of the statistics are very scary..
The Rush Limbaugh Show
"claes" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Today. Thank you so much for being with us. Please do subscribe the clay and buck podcast. Claes already told you today. We are looking to set a record for the show in the month of september. Already getting on track for it so if you miss any part of the show if you wanna share this show with brands which we greatly appreciate by the way anytime you can do that. Just go wherever. He was the podcast. The playing buck show plus clay and fuck dot.
Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"claes" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Minutes a game like if you're telling me they're going to do that and he's going to hold up like i think this fifty one or more quality a team but i think they're going to just kind of have some struggles and i'm also a believer in what pool did last year. Like having a full season of him is going to help. I don't think they're bench. Offense is going to be as she as it was last year due to having him there. Then maybe klay as well towards the end of the year It's just i i. I've not sure that stuff and dream on can play the way that they played last year and the amount that they last year. So i think. That's why i'm gonna go at the under ultimately but i mean the argument trying they are going to be trying to avoid the play it as well towards the end. We don't know what claes gonna look like a comedy wins. Is he going to add. But i'm just. I can't say that the moves that they made in clay coming back like that. That's going to make them. Seven wins better than they were. Last year agreed outlets. Let's go to the denver. Nuggets last year went forty seven and twenty five. They had the differential over an eighty two game season of a fifty four win. Season of fifty. Were when team. Unfortunately they are going to be without as they were for the end of last year. They're going to be without jamal. Murray for an extended period as recovering from a tornado. Seattle april fourth is when he tore it last year. Yeah so that's you know whether it'd be sometimes as early as ten months but typically it can be like year so he's going to miss a lot of the regular season. The nuggets didn't change over the roster that dramatically they Vail who they got it the deadline. He's gone then. Functionally i would say they swapped paul millsap for jeff green on which is interesting because they also swap teams group by the way. I'm not sure does either end the green got the beer contract and especially because now the denver's frontcourt rotation gets all because i guess tobacco. Greed is their backup center. And yoke never misses. Tie so like you don't have to worry about that in terms of like. Oh well what how what happens when you do to replace yokich like yokich is incredibly durable on. They also extended aaron gordon which means he has a little bit more confidence in it and i think personally forty seven point. Five is an extremely well set. Line suits gates are the other team that has a persistent homecourt advantage. They should get more from will barton than they did. Last year. barton played in fifty six games. I guess he. He had challenges in the playoffs to growth from michael porter. Jr. who just because he's young They have. I mean. I think that they can. Potentially they could try to solve some of the guard. Depth issues that persisted after After jomie went down and yokich can't handle a lot of the playmaking burden so i'm really torn on this. This is one of the hardest calls for me on the entire board. I think i'm gonna go with the over. Because i just think their offense is going to be really good particularly in the regular season like they're just teams cannot deal with nicole. Yokich and michael boorda. Junior had a rough first half of the year. I think he's gonna come on and play pretty well for them. In the regular season they also had a ton of other injuries last year. everyone did obviously. I'm not really necessarily gonna price in jamal. Murray coming back. Like i mean it's just a health and asked for him to come back from a tornado in like go right into the playoffs but yup maybe he comes back after eleven months like the start of march and they try to ramp him up and up but i still think this team is gonna be if not a top five offense very close to it and i don't think they'll be as good defensively this year. They've they've done that with smoke and mirrors for a number of years. They were eleven and clean the glass defensively last year. I think they're going to be more in the you'll lower teens. But i think because where they're gonna be on offense That yokich is just so consistent. Never gets hurt. He plays the game. He plays a lot of minutes. he's just too good. I think in the regular season and teams can't do them suppose these in even better shape than he was now up for people seen him. I'll go with a tentative over here Just because i i think nicole yokich is just that good. I'm getting. i'm going to go over his wallet because none of them have good yo. Kitchens is but that durability that you mentioned and so yes vis team would have huge problems offensively if yokich were to miss any time and it's of course possible but he has been so remarkably durable he's eighty eighty games than seventy three and a covert short season that seventy two currencies like that's pretty incredible and playing significant minutes as you said and mike bologne is a is a good coach. I think he's going to be able to make this work. Defensively and i am worried when while murray is out in the non the non yokich minutes like can they cobbled together but i also think that if they can know compa tso and with will barton and maybe if if he plays well bones highlands some of these other guys. I think they can. They can cobble together enough to make to make it. Work and forty wins is a pretty high bar like there. Good teams that. Don't get that but the nuggets. The nuggets are i. I don't feel confident this one. But i do think i i'm i would feel. I think it would feel worse. Like some of the worst things i do. In these circumstances. I game it out like okay. We flash forward to march. Do i think that if i go under over that it'd be feeling worse about myself. I think it's if i went under saw gober. Yup i agree. I actually add one more question. I want to ask you golden state. That i have my notes here. That insurance over what do you see them raking offensively and deepen interesting so defensively. I think they have. They have plenty of talented. Were fifth last year. And i my instinct is five. Might be a little bit rich. But i think they'll be top ten i. I don't see a great. I see miami. And milwaukee as kind of the two best defenses aleve in milwaukee without. Pj tucker might be a little bit worse And then you know. I've got like utah. Golden state new york philly. Boston lakers as kind of that. Next replacing i put the might be there for the record. Yeah the spurs..
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"claes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Either way. I heard somebody say today a former player and I want to get your take on this. That It's an interesting play by for able to be sold direct. And, um, you know, chastise Julio Jones. They don't They don't know. I'm not saying they had no report, but they don't have a built in relationship of trust. Is it because he's only been there for five months? Is it dangerous for Rabel know to do that? You know why? Because the player said that he thought it was. I disagree by that. Implants by 100 disagree. 100% disagree because Mike Vrabel was a baller. As a player, right? Respected. Just if you bald when you were a player, it doesn't matter what you go do next. People respect the hell out of you know what I mean? And I see this Sometimes when I walk into coaches like we sat down, we did a priest. Uh, pre, uh, the game into production production production interviews and we had Robbie Anderson in there. And we just wanted to talk to Robbie. Because I mean he was a stud last year got a contract extension. He was the first person to reach out to Sam Donald when he got traded, So we just wanted to talk about the You know the relationship and he's and right. You've seen Robby Anderson thin, good player and very reserved. Yeah, he is, isn't give you a lot, but he was He was really open with us. And because he trusts you. You got to play so we get up. We're leaving, like dabbing them up. You know? Good luck, Robbie, you know, See you tomorrow. He's like you and Shockey's jersey. With the first jerseys I ever had. That's cool, and so there's like a respect. Mike Gravel was a baller when he was playing and he earned it. He's you know, he won championships with the Patriots. He's a badass, and so if he sees something untoward happening on his team now he's the head coach. He can say whatever the hell he wants, because no player is going to say You don't know what you're talking about. You've never been there. He has been good point. So whoever said that was dead wrong. That was my instinct to But again. I didn't play. I had to throw that by now. What is this breaking news and what college Would he goes football breaking news? Just make the big big big. This is pretty big. Let's go, the athletic director of U. S. C. MYC Bone has announced this afternoon I informed Clay Helton of my decision to make a change in the leadership of our football program. Clay Helton after seven plus seasons is out at U. S. C. 46 24, but ugly, ugly losses Stanford this weekend by 14 points, Clay Helton is out. That is at his surprising the timing of it. After week two of the red Colour season. But it's not that surprised. Here's why. I actually think that I hate to see anybody lose their job. You know, Claes made millions and he'll get other jobs, and he's not destitution are gonna be on the street. He has a He has a an out clause. He's going to make some money. Yeah, we're not being flippant with his with his finances here. I mean, we're feel badly for the guy that he's you know, he's got fired, but I actually think the timing is smart if you come to this determination, and it's not just because you lost the Stanford there's other stuff. What's the recruiting? What's the bars? What's Where's the brand at? Where's the player development? If you really don't think you have the right guy. Do it now and start the search store playing proceeds rather than hustling in, you know, late November when other teams have already gotten their hooks in the candidate. You might want that smart actually agreed. You determine. He's no longer the guy which he did on ripped him yesterday to Elton or the A D. Now the Calton I'll keep you all of this Trojan done with him. Is that what he said? Yeah. I wouldn't be surprised if Keyshawn called the A D. I really would not some juice just knowing Kesha and we had no, I would not be surprised at all. What do you have A tweet? Yeah, he okay? Yeah, this is Keyshawn. I am so pissed. I can no longer fight on for him. Period piece. Embarrassing. Oh, man, that is that is the death sentence right there. I can no longer fight on. For him. They were peace and fight on. I believe it's the fights are definitely a slight song. Oh, my God! Wow! That'll do it. Here you go. Thanks Key. Where do they go here? Where? I mean, it'll be someone interim, obviously about for next year. Where do they go next year. Who do you try to look in a way? That's try to Matt Campbell and Iowa State. I mean, I would have liked to have seen him win this game this weekend. Uh um, boy, it's going to be interesting to follow. All right. All right. Thank you for giving us that Santa in real time. Appreciate it coming up next Jalen hurts. Gel. It hurts to look good. Eagles look good. The Eagles who most people thought would be the worst team and listen. I mean, it's still early. Anything could happen. 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"claes" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"People all the time. And it's why. I had a hard time with women honestly for most of my life because my mom was my example of weakness back in the day and we can be a little intimidating as a as a way to protect vulnerability but an eight healthy can really change the world nines peace and harmony in their environment. Inner peace like. They will do whatever that's why. When i grew up in an alcoholic home my nine wing came out to play a lot. They don't like conflict tension demands or ill-will they don't they will they will sacrifice their own opinion or thoughts or anything to keep that. They're super diplomatic duper inclusive. Super diplomatic easygoing accepting. You just love like nothing's hard with a nine. When they're healthy were they get into. Trouble is avoid conflict. They can be on assertive procrastinators. Big time. indecisive they're the ones. Where do you wanna go for dinner. I don't care whatever you want. or like. They're afraid that their opinions and thoughts don't matter very much and so they can really forget and over time. They really don't even know who they are. And because they've sacrificed so much it almost becomes subconscious. That when you really push them. That's where that procrastination comes out. And their anger comes out in the form of passive aggressive behavior. They won't explode like an eight usually but all of a sudden you'd like where the hell did that. Come from his. They'll get passive aggressive. Last one is the ones the reformers. I like to call them. The improvers there. They sometimes get the rap of the perfectionist they. They are seeking perfection and a perfect world in their environment in their workspace in themselves so they are always working to improve themselves in everyone around them which can be really great. 'cause they high standards high integrity. My son's one wing is so damn strong claes probably as to like really good bad like just the truth. They tell the truth. Yeah so their quality. I mean these are the people you want like with your image like your branding. They make everything beautiful and high quality super organized. They have a spreadsheet for everything like that. Gives me heart palpitations. Yeah i'm not lives. Just saying the word spreadsheet. They're super perceptive. They know what looks pretty feels good. And they're super honest almost to a fault. That's where that that critical kind of they can feel unemotional about stuff but they really like if you're with a one and they seem critical. I want you to have compassion. Because what that looks like on the inside to themselves as like times a million That's how i find compassion for one's because they drive me a little crazy suspect drive me crazy like it doesn't need to be perfect. Let's go to artie. You robbing a world of your gifts like honestly none of us are judging it like you judge it and just know that we need you because you are the integrity queens and kings. You are the high standards and we all need high standards. We get our standards and our goal so we were grateful for you. But for the love of god. Just do it. A one can be super reactive. They can beat super judgy critical opinionated and super impatient super an patient. So that's all the types wrapped up in one but if you can start narrowing down at least like the triad. Whether it's hard feelings are heart feelings head thinking or body instincts. That will kind of help you narrow down who you're talking to like i said don't go around type and people at job..
Project Upland Podcast
"claes" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"Year now and it's time fault. So we're in michigan. You know the gun was messing up michigan. And he was like. I think you're just not giving yourself enough time to reset you know and hosts like man. I cannot fire off two shots and then it would. It would fire off two shots and they wouldn't and so. I really thought like something was wrong with me. I was going to like figure out what my problem was. And so then you know. We assume that it was operator error and we go to kansas. And it's doing it again and at this time we still haven't figured it out yet because i shot it with my cv. And i do love that gun. And i wanna say that. Cc took the gun. They fixed the issue right away and send it back to me. And i haven't had a problem since but so anyway it was when we got on quayle but back to shoot it. I got a rooster at probably screamed and hollered and carried on. We might have had to go have a beverage. A picture moment she. She's she's leaving out something here that i want to add when we drove by this place. It's a field that we have never hunted and it was we high. It was walking in public access and kansas. When i drove by it was a field that had been cut for a while but there was a drain the drain right up to the mill is field and i told brian said they will be right there. Yeah and so we put on the road probably a hundred fifty yards. So we're quiet and blah blah blah. We walked back down the road and the dog's getting here literally neak probably twenty yards into this drain which actually ran right to the road. It was a plump ticket. That was in the middle of that drain. And i got on one side. Laser was in the middle actually and brown on the opposite side and we get into strain and phases. Just start it. I mean it's people look at we hop lamb in kansas like. There's no fast in kansas. We got an drain. Phase started just pouring out of it. I don't i don't remember how we can. Yeah bunch but anyways. Brian and i think brian both sheriff isn't and there was one pheasant and i remember it just like it was yesterday. He came up she. This is the part she lifted up. The fezzet came up and when he came up instead of going straight out of the rest of the pheasants did laser. You stand in the road when he was standing in in the field. But i had had to use in the field she was. Yeah that's what it was. Is i was in the middle of the thicket because she couldn't get through it but anyways this bird came up and swing back over. Our heads is the only done and it was a big cockroach. He had lord of mercy huge tail and leslie swings around and her ceesay actually fired twice. It doubled it no it actually when she pulled the trigger. That was the problem she'd been having but again she couldn't get two shots off and i thought she was trying to quit fire without the trigger. Say it yeah but the selector was messed. It was only shooting the barrel so it wouldn't the top barrel. I'm not gonna lie. Like i'm i'm much better now. Like i'm shooting much better shooting since then but it was pretty typical for my first shot to be more of a any oakley shot and so that's why i really bad needed that second shot bird back over our heads. I swung around on it and was fixed. Pull the trigger. And i've seen lesley boone. Her second shot. The bird piled up right in the middle of the road. That's what they fail the middle of the road and she ran up there. It was like i was so. I got emotional. I guess but it was all taken death for her and she knew that she'd shot. She's like did anybody else. She did anybody else she she said i am. I even going to know when. I kill one because right. It's gonna shoot a you know spot now that we're talking about it. After kept walking through there got up. Coil saying we'll be. It's probably one hundred yards by the. That was a good day. it was. I mean i have to say every day out there. We saw birds Shot when we finally got sick. The gun situation. And i traded off with josh and sure enough like he was like you right. Yes she got my gun. She hit nothing because she was getting one shot she was she had hit a bird every once in a while but she said swat guns or i know i said. Let me have that gun. I'm tired of you. I'm tired of you complaining about it. Not fired because i still thought it was her fault. I did not know the gun was messed up. So i gave her my franchi. And the first caveat birds that we got up with that franchi and kansas way was on the edge of a canyon or the as canyon. A big canyon. The octa was pointed right on the top let canyon and the birds were way off. Brand swung down low and the birds come up over top of us and i said to myself i said i don't see how you can. You're here and we'll see if she can if she can hit anything. So i'll i think i killed to birger quick well about that time. They were over where she was. And she shot a double. I thing my boom boom and that's quayle as like oh gun it so since then i mean. She shot a bunch of doubles on. Caviar is she can shoot. I'm getting better. She's getting she's getting good. Sure sounds like shoot targets and stuff in the off season or you just go to top golf. Yeah we've been shooting a lot of claes like go and shoot clays and for and i mean. That's helped me tremendously because You know like. I'm a raffle shooter. Shot joe that's the other thing you know. I mean shotguns. It's not that. I never shot one. I really honestly never hunted with one though. And and so so she. The shotgun thing is a new thing for me. I'm used to like precision shooting from long distance. And now it's a completely different animal and no pun intended and so like i'm starting to get the natural feel for it. I mean the thing about me. Is that like i can be overly instructed. And so like josh gives. He's great at give them big heading they. I mean like he's really good at. He's very patient and he's an he will watch me and tell what's happening and it used to bug me and made me really mad because i'm a very competitive person and i would get angry because i'd be like what can i do. This and everything. He's telling me what i'm doing wrong. But he was right and once. I like knocked the chip off my shoulder and i started listening to him and the couple that with just like my natural. Just go on with my natural instinct. Because that was the second part once. I started listening to him and during the things he was telling me to do. Then i had to get that feel for it and just start trust in myself and so like the last couple of times we've gone and shot claes like i've done way better. I think i think what i'd done that. She really that made her and a lot of instructors. Shooting stroke is. We'll do the same thing. Did i take the beat off. My rock contains shoot it without a bead. Just look at the target and pull the trigger. Because i've done that with a lot of people you know the people that has the troubleshooting. I'll take my. He's got a magnetic bead that i can take off and i'll take off now. Say sheet this without this. You can't shoot that abate. I said that's the reason you're missing the target. You're aiming it at target..
Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"claes" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"Or at least four or five hundred people. The explosion was really powerful. Half were held on the ground outside we carry. The wounded stretches here. Claes thursday suicide bomber struck a crowd of people who had gathered outside hamad cars airport and kabul chaos outside kabul. Airport became a catastrophe thursday afternoon. Two bombings tour through the crowds hundreds of panicked afghans rush into nearby streets and alleys ears still ringing from the blast. These are the first. Us military deaths in afghanistan since february of twenty twenty and today was the deadliest day for the united states military in a decade. Welcome.
Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"claes" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"The bombings killed well over a hundred afghans wounding many more and took the lives of thirteen u. s. service members. Who were there assisting with the evacuation for once. Us intelligence had accurately warned of an attack and had pinpointed the location and roughly the timing but had been unable to prevent it as of today there warning of more attacks still to come us intelligence and anybody else closely following events in afghanistan also immediately knew who was behind the attacks and the group soon claimed responsibility isis k. An isis affiliate in afghanistan claiming responsibility. Isis corazon or isis k. For short is an afghanistan based offshoot of the islamic state. donald trump. This week came up with his own name for them. And i says you know knocked out. One hundred percent of the isis caliphate. Knock it out in syria iraq. We knocked it out so now. They have a new isis called isis x. When he was corrected he added that isis will probably have an isis x. Soon enough so why. Bother with the details. And that's the new isis isis x. Where they broke away or isis k. They'll have an isis x. Pretty soon which is going to be worse than isis. Gay isis k. Is not just at war with the. Us they've also been at war with the taliban partly their differences or ideological isis case. These the taliban is insufficiently devout and to open to compromise negotiations with american with the west. But it's also just a raw struggle for supremacy in the country. The taliban effectively smashed isis k. Over the past year. And there's little left of the group though clearly. There's more than
The First Degree
"claes" Discussed on The First Degree
"He got punished which my parents did back then. Syra theorizes that. Klay rebelled against his parents decision to discipline him. There are a few more looming questions to address here so remember when clay took his girlfriend hostage in his dad's jeep and he told her his plan to go to the school to find quote the assistant principal and his english teacher. So what was that about. Well it turns out in the previous school quarter. His english teacher had dropped claes grade in the class from a b. plus to an f. and the assistant principal was the one who confiscated his stun gun after he was caught with it at school a few weeks prior claes parents reacted appropriately and then they found out about the feeling grade and they banned him from driving his truck. The also took away his phone privileges and wouldn't let him listen to music. They also took all the weapons. Clay was so fascinated by so what the shrouds did. Not know is that this is what would set clay off what goes down to is. Has parents grounded him and he was sick of them telling them what to do. So i understand. That's the reason why he did it. Once in custody clay would go on to tell the police that he resented his parents. He confessed that he planned to kill them and take everything back that they had taken from him especially his weapons klay also said he argued with his mom a lot whenever he was around her but god along pretty well with his dad he described feeling trapped like there is no place for him in the world and he felt pressure to go to college that his parents decided he would go to college before he was born. The reasons clay fabricated. Frankly as the excuses for why he killed his parents. They're disgraceful but what about his sisters. Why then would hurt them now. In the rumor mill had it to. He didn't intend on killing his sisters..
The Dan Patrick Show
"claes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Twitter. Handle a dp show and mclovin poll question. We're going with the final hour program. Okay since you wouldn't let me put up the first two hours. Can i go cowboys or do you want to focus on mba free agency and really. The question is if you're the clippers. Do you want leonard for years. One hundred sixty million If if i knew that there were other options then i would consider that but as it is right. Now they're probably going to be paying leonard forty million dollars to not play basketball this year with the hopes that he'll resign with the clippers. What do you mean other options. Like if i don't want him. Then what am i getting nothing. I don't know now. Next year's free agency class could be interesting but as far as right now. I don't think quite plays this year. And do i move on from him. What do i get if i do move on. Who wants to play. Who's the right person to come in and play for the clippers. But i would say begrudgingly. Yeah i got kind of deal with this situation here and this is an acl. This isn't a you'll scope it and they just clean it out a little bit here even. Mc l. that you can play through this big deal globe. You haven't talked a lot about the warriors. I know you like them is. If you're them do you go all in for next year and sort of pull your resources and try and get another star in there. Well they have younger players. It feels like they're caught in between that. You do have guys who are in their thirties. We don't know what claes going to be like draymond. Green is an all-star you'd certainly have staff who was his valuable to his team as anybody was this past year. Then you bring in some younger players you've got james. Wiseman you got a couple of rookies that you drafted now. Can you package them to get something else..
The Rush Limbaugh Show
"claes" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Walked into a hospital or healthcare facility mask weren't required like if they're really that effective life shouldn't have been compulsory item that everybody would have to wear since as walked into a hospital or health. Care facility. that's what inconsistency. I really don't understand. Maybe i'm a dummy. Maybe you can help me jim. There's a great study that our friend. Alex berenson shared out. Maybe a probably almost exactly you're ago or you know give or take a month or two and it was. I think it was canadian dentistry. A dent dental stuff up and kaffir for dentists and hygienists and they because they have the mask when they do the procedures and they tried to do a macro level. Study of the reduction in flu infections during flu seasons for staff long story short guess what mask-wearing versus no mask wearing no difference in this study was published in the cdc actually headed up on the website. No difference between the mask sprayed and this is something that i think. Maybe whenever cove madness in which god knows when it's going to be now but this is one of the things that has happened with science. People who work in science now are so afraid of challenging the conventional wisdom that there aren't even mask studies being done right now right because there's so much fear i in this goes to the it's the antithesis of everything that science should represent. Scientists should be rigorously and aggressively challenging. Whatever accepted norms are. That's what the scientific method is and followed the data in the science. Which is what we do on this show. We're not scientists but we can look at the data and interpreted and instead everybody is so afraid of getting in front of the mask. Mafia and saying all of you are sheep. There's no evidence here. It's going to take years until we actually get the effective data but what we've got bucked that gives us pretty good Pretty good idea. We've got federalism in this country and you can look at the states that aggressively implemented mask mandates in the ones that did not and there's virtually no difference in the overall outcome back some of the states. That didn't had way better outcomes one of the great things about getting a little older and wiser in life. Claes i've realized not only do you need to accept that people are gonna get mad at you for the wrong reasons and they're not gonna like you sometimes if that's not happening with some frequency especially if you're in the public eye taking positions on things you're not. You're not trying hard enough. You don't need so we're not being honest. Some of us some of us are used to to take the heat and the heat in the early days on the masks in particular for there was a very small crew of us. You me berenson. Obviously is the guy who's more than anyone else been. Been pushing this out there in the public. But our friend jesse kelly was also among those who would not cave to the madness. He's gonna join us
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"The United States earns another gold medal in the pool this time it's Caleb Dressel and company topping the podium in the men's four by one hundred freestyle relay Katie Ledecky came oh so close winning a silver in the women's four hundred meter freestyle softball Kelsey Stewart hit a walk off Homer in the seventh to lift team USA over Japan two to one the U. S. finishes a perfect five into one pool placing two teams square off on Tuesday for the gold medal in Tokyo women's beach volleyball is Kelly Claes and Sara sponsor coming from behind to win a preliminary round match in three sets against the duo from Latvia I'm Danny camp
"claes" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Kind of like he's out to joys you're looking for there's some good seen. Oh yeah they do. That isn't good scenes to where you see. The set knows where luke ends up sending vision to her and tells her my master's leading for you and those are action figures of the sentinels by right. Yes i was gonna say that. Yeah and i think this is when this is really cool because is when he brings in And you see in the background of the panel. See all these tubes of clone all because team not finding a dining anytime soon right. Yeah and you see where. Luke has really turned to the dark side and he's ready to sacrifice his sister sort of two team and i liked this twist because this is where you see honda is ready to kill evenly all this stuff together. They've been fighting together this point. Let's say what over ten years right. Yeah because six years. I forget the movie the movies i like two years apart. The movie. it's simulate that it's a little bit less than ten. I would say. But it's a long time but i mean he just. He's like trader. he's ready to kick his ass. Yeah he's mad and looks like i got a better hand of that though because he always had the one hand that was the hand got cut off an empire strikes back. Yeah and it was a little bit of him being vader right. Yeah and that claes partners and they're making me a better one and everyone's laze about to hit him with a lightsaber. And you think it's about to happen amperage echelons like do it do it. Well we emperor just always trying to just take advantage of a situation. Yeah and he ends up shocking laya sheet. She tries to like hit him with some two from the ceiling. And he's like oh you thought they would work did you. I mean i like the fact that she tried on awash thought work she tried..
Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"claes" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Like a brother. -freshing honestly i mean. Think about it. I mean hunters. You know it's tangentially about me in bulk so the old lady claes as okay. We haven't done enough lady klay base for sure go. I mean y'all do hunters you know have lady klay face in there and again female raider. I mean i think you know it does make a difference for better for worse sometimes but it does make a difference in this case is definitely better. 'cause i mean i don't know why we don't have a bat woman book with with the show on the air but it's like you know paint you know do one hundred well. We did have a bat woman book it didn't do. We had a superhero book with the tv. Show on the air and it didn't do well the thing but it's just like yeah you know one hundred spoke be like. Hey it's like you know again. It's like a hundred could team up with that woman. Occasionally all the ladies in connected to the family true barbara exactly like a little birds of prey every now and then you know because they always like the paint. Everything with the batman pressure be like it's female batman but she but she's willing to really f- gussie that related to exactly you know she'll tell them f. off you know she ain't one of the kids. Yeah i really love to bring back like. That's the only thing that i feel like. We didn't do with features day. It's like come on. We really should have been like because we weren't going towards brinson selena beans together being in it for the long haul it would only made sense a kid and for that kid to be the future that woman but she takes on the monaco hunters. I'll just say it was right there and they missed it by a mile. Oh my god. Did you see that. I mean yeah. They do like a future hunters. Version in the batman. Cat woman book. But now i guess that's delayed until september something either august or september early tests testing. Didn't go well tom. King four or five new kevin smith. I don't know four or five issues out it's like. Oh yeah it's odd late till the fall is like what was it up. Delayed the begin with like..
The Rush Limbaugh Show
"claes" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Welcome back to the clay travis in buck sexton show. This is bach playing. I are just rolling today. Rocket enrolling google will be doing here and please follow us on our respective social media accounts we can contact you or at least be in touch throughout the day with content thoughts all the rest of it twitter and facebook clay and buck is the show handle and then on buck sexton. He's clay travis. Follow us on instagram. I post to lula photos. Claes got it. You got a cat right. Unfortunately buck he's gonna start..
Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"claes" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"You know cloning and all that you can't do that with a dead language unless you already have it. You know spoken into someplace at saved it you know of taper or one of those compact disc or in in a computer or something like that Or it's been written down in some fashion. That's the only way you could really preserve it but once it's gone it's gone if you haven't done any of that and that's not going to be coming back so that's why i think it's important. Because stories and the languages they're importance. Not only for those particular coaches. i happen to believe. They're important for all of humanity because we lose something special about ourselves when we don't preserve that we lose the stories that might tell us something about humanity in the past we lose things about how various tribes you know. Have done things you remember. There were so many different tribes in in north america over here and many of them went about their life in a completely different fashion. Some of them only did agriculture for certain crops. Some didn't do agricultural really at all. It is eight. While berries and in hunted various animals Many of them lived in different. Things you got some that lived in teepees. You got some. That lived in caves. You got some night that built huts. You know sometimes claes sometime straw. Yeah i'm so. They're all about the painting themselves differently..
Paul Pickett Podcast
"claes" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast
"Radio didn't play easy whatsoever. All cleaned records awfully repors. You know so. This idea that the passes just accepts dirty. Music is bogus you know. You also gotta take into account of the youth. The younger kids that were that you're trying to promote to do you get to like music. You know like outliving necessarily like it just dirty music either. Playing music of their parents might not let this music. Claes might not let let the kid listened to music. You know it whatnot so let it. Yeah clearly record the clean. Music video was very port. You gotta look at it like a clean version you saw you know what i'm saying like nobody's breaking dirty record on if a radio. Nobody's breaking dirty record if you ain't got fanbase already you ain't got fan base. It's word that is so limited you know you can't play a lot of places you know when you get into the music video aspect of the dirtier you music video as the less. Chances are getting proved on youtube journey if you if you do. A drought used the n. Word it's automatically automatically in.
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"claes" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Who were going to criticize later So i mean like you can criticize him. But just don't go overboard and then to the people who say's beyond reproach she's a human being and he should be criticized when he deserves it. Yeah i think that you know with this group. If clay was out there unhealthy. I would say they would. Face that playoff mandate if you've got claes replacement shooting six percent on three pointers and wiggins looking really clueless and you're starting a rookie center defensively and james out. Do they have a single plus defender on the entire roster that starts to be the kind of situation where clay's contract this time one hand behind your back. Kelly oubre as you know just presence is tying your other hand behind your back and at some point. It's like. I'm not going to hold it against steph if you can't carry this particular group into the playoffs usually i'm pretty demanding and You know i. I expect a lot from a team's best players that when it becomes time to hand out criticism i tend to look there first. You know janas. It started with him in the playoffs. You know he just did not play his best. The bucks go out. He has to bear a lot of the responsibility. Kawhi leonard same deal. You know for the the clippers last year's playoffs. That's where i wanted to start the conversation. A lot of other people wanted to talk about playoff p. Paul george and doc rivers and whatever else that might be. I think the best player always needs to have that kind of magnifying glass. Approach but with steph like he could be sensational. I mean i think the he could actually average forty points a game this season and they still don't reach the playoffs. I think that would be possible. Not predicting that. But i think that's possible given what he's got to work with on this particular roster so i think i'm in almost give him a full pass for the season mode At the same time it matters I guess his spirit and how he plays and is able to make an impact. Is he able to show you sort of glimmers of hope for the future right and i think part of the problem in the first two weeks was there hadn't been a lot of that even when he's scoring thirty something points. It just felt empty. You know the whole the whole experience was just dreary guys. Were having a hard time and and they just couldn't get their spirit right a lot of frustration in terms of shot selection from his teammates Express both by hurry..
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Zconomy: How Gen Z Will Change the Future of Business with Jason Dorsey
"Jason. Save up to fire nation and share. Something interesting about yourself that most people don't know sure what's up. Fire nation thrilled to be here with you. Huge fan fire nation. Everything about something that most people don't know about me is. I wrote my first book when i was eighteen years old and it was so successful. I ended up sleeping on the floor of a garage apartment with five thousand books that i had printed thinking somebody was going to buy them instead. They were furniture. So a bed of books means you're not selling as many books as you want to fire nation but guess what jason's grown he's matured and right. Now he's rocking z. Konami which is all about generation z. And how gen z is going to change the future of business. So i kind of want to start a few steps back jason. Because i'm just curious like how does one get into studying generations wide. Did that interest you. And why did you get into it. Yeah share well that. I book that i wrote when i was eighteen at ended up not selling it first and then becoming a real big bestseller and i started speaking all around the world and i ended up on sixty minutes and i was on. That show is all about millennials. And i'd written a bunch of books and started a company and everything was going great but after that show i started speaking all these corporate executives who are now our primary clients but i was speaking all these exact and he would say such terrible things about millennials and i am a millennial pretty fended lazier titled your pants or fall off. You live with your mom and all this stuff. And i'm like well. No actually. I have my own house in our own office building in my parents worked for me and my pants are on very snugly. Thank you very much. And so so after that i remembered Clear as day. I was in this boardroom. Big public company and the ceo had said Some things about millennial employees. That i just i didn't fully believe and i'd spoken about half a million millennials at that time and so i asked him because i didn't know any better. Now i serve on lots of corporate boards. You know one of the couples on sold for eleven billion dollars. I live in this world now. But back then i didn't i didn't i didn't know and it was really a set up for success so i asked him i said is there any way i can see your data about millennials because you say the turnovers hiring. They're not as engaged and on and on i. I love to understand better. So i can conceptualize it and maybe help also for so. There are a lecture or whatever so they sent the data to me. And the data didn't match with the ceo had just said in the boardroom which basically never happened. Ceo's don't go off the cuff in front of their boards prickly a private publicly-held company like that. So i asked my wife who has a phd. I said denise you know this is. The strangest thing was just in this room with this pretty famous. Ceo they said all these things with great conviction then. I looked at the data and the data doesn't match what they just said. I said what do you think we should do. And she looked at me and she says we start a research for. She's up because if they don't even know their own data if we can help them to understand their data make better decisions and we can really great copy and help lots of peoplesoft. Lots of challenges and so. That's how we got into this thirteen years ago. We founded the center for generational kinetics. We lead research all around the world for many of the biggest brands in the world. And all about separating generational myth from truth through data so leaders can make great decisions whether you're a startup or venture capital or your bootstrapping yet or you're in a big public company getting accurate data and being able to make decisions based on that increases the likelihood of success de risk strategies. That you're looking at drives innovation and so forth and we found that generations in particular or one area where there was just so much myth and so much misinformation and if we gave people great information that it could take action and that was incredibly exciting. We've had seven hundred clients since then which is pretty wild and done studies all around the world and just love it absolutely it now. Your ceo is just flat out wrong when it came to millennials and you had the data to back it up. Did you ever go back to him. And just be like joe burrow. Check us out. you're wrong in also my pants. They're pretty snug. Check them out. I know that was a quiet. But i really do credit him and i if it wasn't such a negative story i would say what company is because it's really big famous company but But no but. I do believe that he something that we saw frequently. Which is the idea that generations older generations. Think of millennials through the lens of their kids or their grandkids and so that that becomes a proxy for the whole generation. And in fact when we wrote the economy book new book. What we found is the same thing was happening again and there was all this misinformation and it just wasn't true and that's why we spent less two years right in the book is because we've got to clear this up because when people have the wrong impression about an entire generation it leads to so many problems for everybody. Everybody loses so no. I never never corrected him on it. But i do give him credit for sparking the idea. I'm glad that you do give them credit for sparking that idea because sometimes fire nation. Is those things you just like you know. I'm not just quite sure about that. Let me look into it. They can really uncover some great opportunities in one thing. That i think is a huge problem in this world in general and especially when you're talking about generations is just regurgitation. You'll hear one person on one talk. Show say one thing. And then you'll regurgitate it. And then somebody else regurgitates regurgitation and like seven layers down. You're like how'd you hear that. They're like oh. I don't really know like somebody just mentioned it and like now you're speaking it like it's the truth and it's just regurgitation of what you know is something that has no data to back it up. So what most people get wrong jason when it comes to generations break that down for us shared. There's a few things that jump out. The first is this belief. Generations are a box or stereotype and that is absolutely not true. We're generational researchers. This is what we do more than sixty five generational studies and what we see is generations are not a box but what they really are powerful clues and as long as we used them as clues and only clues to dry faster connection trust and influence in create all kinds of positive outcomes. We don't wanna put people in boxes. We wanna use this as clues. So we can figure out how to better lead market sell collaborate innovate and so forth. And when you sort of at that level people seem to really embrace it because it just gives them another lens to better connect. So i think the first is people think. Generations are boxes or stereotypes. And they're not in fact. Our clues are driven by math. We look for what's called predictability by scenario so that's the first thing that people i think it wrong. The second is this idea that generations are the same around the world. Now one of the things that we've uncovered repeatedly in our work. We publish all this on our website. Is that generations vary by geography so for example in the us will see differences between urban and rural within the same generation. And that i work a lot outside the us and we'll see differences. Has we travel around the world and that's important because if you're a global company or frankly a global brand fire nation is you want to make sure that you really representing each of the different geographies. And what makes them different now. One cool thing that we've uncovered and we talk a lot about this bunches. Economy is the most consistent generation the world. now that doesn't mean exactly the same but the most similar generation the world is now gen z. Gnc's about twenty three twenty four years old. The oldest and the reason the most similar is because of cheap mobile technology so if you live in different countries around the world you might even get your phone for free as long as you use it for payment. Think about it started using a text. Payer sort of like a mobile credit card in different parts of the world and because we've driven the cost of a mobile down solo basically two zero in many places now. All the sudden young people around the world are having access to entertainment news information dating banking on and on and on and as a result of that. We're seeing a lot more similarities. As i travel all around the world the younger you get but interestingly the older you get even to gen xer baby boomers from a different planet as you travel around the world. So that's something people get wrong. And then the last thing that i think people get wrong. And is they have to deal with a bunch. Is people confuse life. Stage or age with generation. So for example jen's is now twenty four but when we do studies and ask people how do you think the average millennial is they'll say twenty five as if we didn't keep getting older you never talking about millennials for fifteen years. Say there they're now forty. I think that's a board it because you stay in the saying generation but you pass through different life stages and frequently people confuse the two and it's very important to understand the difference because if you're trying to market or employer build a business that targets different groups generations gives you all these clues but we got to distinguish between the generation which travels up right at ages up baby boomers for teenagers versus life. Stage for example high school or college which are still pretty similar ages as they have been for the last four years and so knowing. The difference helps you to understand that. Yes really interesting. How people always confuse age with generations. And how that all goes. I mean you know. I was just talking to a friend the other day literally. He's in his late thirties. I'm in my late thirties. And he's just going off and riffing about jenner. How millennials or just entitled and all this stuff and it looks like you know where millennials. He's like oh no. I'm definitely not a millennial mike. Well we're we're like the oldest millennials millennials. And he's like well. I need to look at that. And so it was funny. He came back. We know there's actually a lot of great things about millennials and he's now like listing off all the good things because he now is identifying himself as a millennial so it's really interesting fire nation and yes. We do get older. That is what happens to all generations and all human beings foreshore. And we're gonna die something. I'm pretty excited about as soon as we get back from our break which is about how generational work is actually going to solve challenges for both entrepreneurs that's you fire nation and companies as well as soon as we get back think is the best platform to create market and sell your own online courses in. We speak from personal experience. 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C dot com slash buyer looking for business. Coach was helped thousands of entrepreneurs just like you to increase profitability by an average of one hundred percent per year all for less money than would cost a higher a fulltime at minimum wage employee fire nation meets clay. Clark klay has been coaching businesses. Like yours since two thousand six yep even through the great recession and he does it for less money than would cost a hire a full time minimum wage employees at a time when inc magazine reports that by default ninety six percent of businesses will fail within ten years claes helping businesses like yours to grow on average by one hundred and four percent annually. Houses even possible clayton only takes on one hundred and sixty clients so he personally designed your business plan. Plus cleese team helps you execute that plan with access to graphic designers. 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It's an extremely passionate about and what we're seeing much of the opportunity being created today has a generational trend or thesis. It's the adoption of new technology new solutions or bringing a different way to look at old problems and when that happens that's where both change and frustration and challenge and frankly companies go out of business but it's also wear new opportunities are created so i'm speaking with entrepreneurs and working with entrepreneurs were trying to look at what are millennials and particularly gen z. Doing right now that you might want to be able to build a business around or leverage as their pine power influence increases so for the first time what we're seeing is technology trends are rippling from the youngest to the oldest and that's a huge shift. It used to be from the oldest more affluent down to the youngest. But now we're seeing younger. People are actually driving tech adoption up to the older but the key as an entrepreneur mississippi that we coach entrepreneurs about is being able to sort of step out of your generation and look at it through the lens of another generation. it's what we call generational contexts. One of the best ways to do that is actually bring members of that generation into the conversation. I can't tell you how many times i'm speaking at places. And they're asking me all these questions about millennials or gen z and. I'm like well. Why don't we invite some of them to the conversation. Let's talk to them. Uh let's actually talk with them. See what they say. Say get and so. I think when you look at bringing generational diversity into the workplace into innovation. You can solve all kinds of interesting challenges. I'll give example right now. What we're seeing is the gen z and even younger millennials. I talk about both of these in this economy book. They want a different on boarding experience. Obviously we're in this time of covert and all these changes but even before that what we saw is that the youngest generation wants to be on once on boarding to be by text message. Which sounds i know a little bit wild but there are companies. Do all of their on boarding through text message so you get semes- before you Short for your first day in alaska you just give you a simple example. This is in the book from coming called on border. When you they'll send a text message and it'll say what's your favorite snack three o'clock when your energy starts to go down. Do you have a favorite sports team are causing all this sort of stuff and the is when you show up for your first day. Or they'll even now senator gift baskets to your house. They'll have all your favorite snacks ready for you on your show up because they already know because you put in your text message or the. Have your favorite sports team. Or they'll find the best place that you wanna go eat or have that food delivered so they're engaging you by text message in a process that generally used to be in person and frankly pretty terrible at most companies. There's another company that worked in with again. This is generational trend. They figured out how to pay all employees fifty percent of their wages every day at no cost. They're called instant and what they did. Is they basically said you get a text message or message on your phone after your shift. And it says hey. Would you like half your money today. Yes or no. If you click s you get your money. Will all the sudden now you have. An entire generation is growing so fast that thinks they should always be able to get half their paycheck. Every day will imagine how that changes so many other things and all the sudden other generations. What do they say well. This text messaging on boarding thing is pretty cool. You mean i can get paid every day. That's pretty awesome. I think i want that. To and all the sudden the generational trends creates huge businesses. And those are the types of things were seeing you know so much. Innovation is driven by other generations. This is the key they don't even think it's new or different when we interview them. They think you've always been able to do on boarding by text message because they never got on onboard before there was text messaging or if they've only worked at a place that gave them the ability to get paid every day. That's how they think everybody gets paid. And you know older generations. So i work with the frequently. Get defensive and they're like you know. The young generations are trying to change everything. And i'm like no. They're not this is just all they've ever known they don't know any differently. Change to them is actually doing what you're proposing and it's not about one being right or wrong. It's going we can. We can leverage us. We can adopt this and all the sudden on boardings better retention is higher engagement is higher in these types of things and you see it on the marketing side for those fire nation members who are really growing their businesses and they're more than sales marketing. Same exact deal and the idea is just recognizing this you're creating so much opportunity. We see this particularly with social media. We see this with podcast such as yours that this is a great way to engage younger generations who then index for talking about these things and driving awareness in referrals and excitement fire nation. So many things to take away here. One of my favorite things jayson broke down was specifically tech trends are rippling from the youngest. To the oldest. Like think about that shift. Think about that change. How the ripples actually going from the youngest to the oldest now which is a complete flip from how it used to be back in the day and one thing. I wanna really dial in on just because i'm personally curious and i think fire nation is to is this the up and coming generation now. Let's talk about generation z. Like who is generation z. And what do we need to know about them. Yeah absolutely so gen z. The key thing is that they're already twenty three or twenty four years old. So that's a good starting point and what we uncovered in our research and we publish. This is economy. Book is at gen. Z is the key thing we got all these research firms around the world to change their birth years. Gen z does not remember nine eleven and that is a huge deal because it's the biggest event for the millennial generation we call generation defining moment. But jesse doesn't remember it at all. They learned about it in school or heard about it from a parent or they watched the video on youtube. But it's not something they experienced and they're now twenty three twenty four years old so a huge event of the generation before they don't remember in fact they're they're covid nineteen is essentially their defining moment. This pandemic is the generation defining moment that they're gonna take with them and we talk about this a lot. So one thing is they. Don't remember kievan of a previous generation and the other is there. Cuban is happening right now. But what i think you're entrepreneurs will find super interesting is that we've been doing this. Study for the last five years called state of gen z and. It's our big study released every year. And what we've uncovered and we've seen it for five years in a row now is gen. Z is more practical or frugal with their money than previous generations. And this is shocking and when we dig into it what we find out is that gen z came of age around the great recession. And what do i mean by that. Their speakers are experts. Like you talked about earlier. This regurgitation people running around saying oh gen z struggled during the great recession in the workforce they were twelve and were not working right but instead what they did is. They saw their parents struggle. They heard their parents struggle. They know people lost their houses. They saw millennials drowning in student loan. Debt having back home a mom and dad and you put all that together and what you see is. They're very conservative or practical with their money. As a result they're driving double digit growth at stores. They like couponing they wanna know. They got a good deal. They want things to be a bargain. They want them to last a long time really have utility and what we see. The example. i'd like to give is a gen zero sixteen years old. We'll have a birthday party. They'll get fifty dollars. They're all excited it away. And then they'll go to their mom or their dad and say hey. Can i have fifty dollars. Wanna go buy something. Mom or dad will say but you just got fifty dollars. And they'll say oh. No that's my money your money. It's overseeing that so if you're trying to market to them you've got to understand their practicality with money we also see the gen z when we do values based research. What we find is for the last four years Their top concern was climate change. Or would they would call climate crisis in their own words. And so that's been the top that they've been looking for brand alignment and for entrepreneurs to get behind and so forth however in the last six months we are new study. Social justice has leapfrog. Climate changes their top issue. And it's significantly more now so all the sudden as you see the generation respond to events around them. You can sort of see how they're shaped so if you wanna make sure in line with their values you gotta know what their values are going. Even deeper on the employment side is people look to hire them. Gen z no is looking for stability. This one's this one's tougher for entrepreneurs. So i want to explain it. They're looking for stability in an employer. What do i mean by that. Gen z saw these layoffs. I heard the layoff. Seen millennials struggle and as a result they're looking for an employer that they view as stable. So it's interesting because they tend to automatically defined stability by being a big company. So they'll say. I want to work for a big company will say why and they well because they're stable and the truth is you and i both know that. Just because you're big company does not at all mean that you're stable and just because you're a small business doesn't mean that you're not stable so it's important that you message to them. We also found in our research is gen. Z is very much interested in benefits which is shocking given their age in fact two years ago. Twelve percent of gen z was already saving for retirement. Wow and yeah. That's crazy right and many of them already have an emergency savings account. These are eighteen year olds. That are taking up their phones showing us emergency savings accounts and it. Just it's such a different generation. I think the key here. Mrs so important for all the marketers who are listening our nation is at gen. Z is not millennials. Two point oh they are not millennials. Just more extreme. That's total bunk. People say that it is not true. Jesse is a completely different generation raised by different set of parents who has come of age only knowing social media it has always existed for them. That's why they trusted so much at the same time. They're more diverse than any previous generation. Different set of values different purchasing pathways. And now the key is they over index on influence because of how they use digital media and already twenty four years old fastest growing generation in the workforce today on a percentage basis. And they're gonna be the most important consumers to get right over the next ten to fifteen years. One thing that i assume and please correct me if i'm wrong. Because it's just an assumption but generation x. And millennials like this is like. I'm speaking of my generation's here that i cut kind of overlap. Both pretty closely. It's we came to like being seventeen eighteen years old and it came to money in debt. Just kind of close our eyes and kind of believed the rhetoric of. Hey you just have to go to college and it's going to be expensive and you're going to get college dad and that's okay and you're just going to be a paid off at some point in the future and now like millennials and gen xers just hammered with this dead. They can't payoff ten twenty even sometimes thirty years later because it was just brutal with the mountains of debt that people kind of blindly get into it. Seems from what you're saying. Generations not gonna kind of take that same approach in just blindly. Sign away their lives to this debt of secondary education in colleges and universities in the such. Is that true. Wow that is such an insightful. I mean you you are super pro do so yes. That is actually true What's interesting is when we studied student. Loan debt with millennials in particular. That's what we call an economic anchor. So what it's causing. It's actually causing millennials. Now this is wild to delay marriage kids and buying a home because of student loan debt and that has massive ramifications on all parts of the economy to everything from financial services whether or not. You're buying life insurance. You know the the homebuilding recovery like on and on we could keep going to income households. There's just there's so many things that are impact even ultimately the ability to take care of your parents later on so what we saw. Was that large student loans at delayed major life commitments which we which is what's happened as a result And by the way gen z will tell you they're not sure that if spending a whole bunch of money and college actually pays off his it remains to be seen right now for millennials. We were told. I'm a millennial. We were told getting the best college at an. Just get debt. And will all be worth it and then for a lot of it wasn't on the flipside. Gen z in our new. Study in this in this economy book because it's important to understand how thing about education gen z is trying to graduate from college with as little as possible ice which is super cold. They're also saying that they're looking. They're very interested in the employability of their career. So so if they go and they pursue a certain path. Am i going to be able to get a job in that path. Now by the way kobe. Nineteen has been a massive massive. You know challenge for that because there are people that were three or four years into college university you know. Maybe they're going to study retail merchandising. Well aren't hiring never hired for that role again or they studied. You know oil and gas and those aren't hiring whatever it is so all the sudden people who already had you know pretty heavy commitment are now realizing that that path isn't there for them but we are single. Gen z particularly during this experience. Right now is they're saying. Hey i want to make sure. I'm getting value for my education and raven seeing well if it's going to be online only i'd rather go to a community college or state school or somewhere else. Get some credits. And then i'll figure out. If i want to go back into the future maybe take a year off and then come back and so forth so there definitely much more conservative with debt when it comes to college university and by the way the other people who are more conservative are their parents boomers had to cosign on all those millennial loans just. That's my mom about it right. And that as a result for many millennials it was tough for them to pay it off on the flipside. Gen-x is going well. I don't know if it's worth it gen x. Gen z kids. You will not end up. Like those millennials so the that's also being weighed into the conversation now is college university worth it and then you add the layer of kobe. Nineteen is it worth it if it's nontraditional experience and you know i don't know the answer to that but it is something we're observing and now this is where it gets really interesting. So the oldest members of gen z. Those that are about eighteen to twenty four. They're bearing the brunt of this. Pandemic what i mean by that is in our latest study. That group was most likely more than any other generation to lose their job. Have a decrease in pay or have a shift in responsibilities meaning. They had to assume a job that they didn't sign up for where it gets interesting though is younger so my daughter is nine years old. Her name is russia Sushi is in fourth grade right now. She heard this is in the book in third grade. Her last end of the year project. Which i didn't know anything about Was she went and built a presentation. She built all and google sides. She built it all in spanish. She had animation. She presented it. She recorded it and then she uploaded to classroom and she thought that was completely normal. She's nine and then of course. You saw one of my powerpoint slides. He's not very good. So i say that because the younger members of gen z. This is the real twist here. They might end up turning this pandemic into a positive. Because they're going to learn a whole different way to learn to collaborate they're going to get the benefit of the older part of the generation struggling. So they can learn from them. All of this stuff largely will be resolved in terms. Of least what normal looks like in the future and so they're gonna get the benefit of all of that the closer you are to those transition years of eighteen to twenty four the worse is but the further away the more benefit could end up being you so it's pretty interesting that within the same generation you can have two very different experiences and by the way this is what happened. To millennials millennials like me who crashed into the great recession and then the millennials who came afterwards who benefited from a very robust economy. So even within the same generation you can see pretty significant differences. I mean fire nation. I really hope you're enjoying this contest. Much as i am. Because i'm seeing the application to the real world and that's so important because we're entrepreneurs in the real world. We own businesses and companies in the real world in this stuff makes a massive impact so jason of everything that you shared today. What's the one key takeaway that you really wanna make. Sure fire nation gets from all of this awesome stuff above generational impact and the generational studies. That you've done and then share how we can even learn more about it through you and any call to action. You might have for fire. Nation is time to share. Yeah absolutely so the number. One thing that i would share. You know as an entrepreneur myself now for twenty four years is i would do. It's called a generational snapshot and what that means is you create essentially a pie chart representing the different generations. Either of your customers or of your employees or team members or ideally of both. Because what you'll often find is that there's more generations and you suspect it and it will help you to shape your messaging your leadership in your marketing to better fit them and going a bit further if you don't see enough of the next generation coming in particular on the customer side that's definitely a yellow flag that you need to pay attention and make sure that your dappling for the next generation because they will be the ones that drive growth. So that's the best easiest how to that will cost you zero dollars that a promise will make you money. Which are the type of things i'm all about. And if you want a whole bunch more in terms of how to actually recruit and retain motivate and so forth across generations or market and sell. You can definitely check out the new book. It's called economy. How gen z will change the future business and what to do about it. We do talk about all four generations and just packed with how to in case studies and all kinds of cool stuff and we'll put together a special promo for fire nation. New it be on my website. Which is jason dorsey. Dot com slash. Fire you'll be able to get all of that. They're including three free video courses. Because i am a passionate entrepreneur. Have been for a long time. And anything i can do to help them. Nation will fire nation. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with and you've been hanging out with j. d. n. j. l. d. So keep up the heat and head over to your fire dot com type jason in the search bar. The page will pop up with everything that we've been talking about today. But of course jason. Dorsey dot com slash. Fire is gonna get you to that gray page with all that awesome content. And i just wanna jason. Thank you for sharing your truth. Knowledge value with fire nation. Today
The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
Weekly Candles A Plenty
"Let's get into the markets because we say bitcoin do what I hoped it would do by having bullish candle the weekly. Cradle. To close up point seven percent loss way with a high of ten, thousand, five, hundred eighty, and that was basically putting a yesterday lost twenty four out session that we saw we did move above ten continues to be a bit level that democracy struggling with now are really want to say ten father. What if we can break above ten we'll have a lot better prospects a guy waltzed behold below we are above. Thousand which is good. I WANNA say ready smash out through that ten five eleven that weekly cried candle. Could certainly provide us opportunities if the cradle tried is in the potentially be tried that you might WanNa do to get yourself innocent bitcoin but breaks above the high that ten, thousand, five, hundred, ninety. Nine. The weekly high will be taken in its integrate spots. Thing is cost. We're all right now ten, thousand, three, hundred, and forty six, and we're has a relatively slow stopped the trading wake. But of course, it's still a over in Europe in the US. It's still Sunday and they're mostly all asleep so. Say what they come in and do as the is in session in the Australasian Oshii onic rage in hasn't done a great deal thus to die. Really. So yeah, I'm not really holding out too much on bitcoin rotten others night, trading -tunities if from my perspective. squat good enough amid a consideration tried I. Want Kinda with theory but we bombed out loss wake. Sorry, we bought him down this trend the week before with the law of three, hundred, seven loss. What we closed up three point eight percent closing at three, sixty six. It's pretty big candle on that wake, but it's calendar that wrought ragent area back into that cradles ended I like to work with and although it's flat on the Diet also isn't a great deal for me to do on the lower timeframe been a little bit. It's it's been growing high I. WanNa say it now push onto new hawes in this transcending the higher low and that needs to get US above three anti, we get above there we start to say mole momentum comeback. into the THEOREM price a lot more opportunity at that moment in three, sixty, five night currently south pay tell you what it's GonNa and then Austin small. The Lost Weight Goes Down to twenty two point, nine cents, and the high goes at twenty four point three, we get above twenty, five, point three knocking to see. His ex up having a real good run expectantly twenty four point two, nine point three percent onto to lastly bitcoin cash closed down two point full four it's not showing anything on the way Claes showman anything on the daily oil to pretty much five, thirty five. To Twenty, two, five, Like was lost wages a tiny bit point six causing at forty, eight, one, six did not so much activity last week with a low of forty, five, twenty one and a high of fifty one, thirty full really struggling with that fifty della Mach, which is obviously resistance that we've been talking about that for quite some time. On the shop, it's holding its ground it's not. It's not knocking it out of the park on site, but it's holding its Graham. You get above that high of loss wake of four, fifty, one, thirty, full bikes give it goes back about fifty we walk to work. We were down one percent of forty, seven, sixty seven right now. They, they closed flat on the way chemistry that for a very long time literally flat the High One, seven on thirty seven the low A. was one, fifty, nine, fifty. So a little of momentum start a little bit of. Volatility but not a great deal. It really does a pretty average right now that one point four percent at one sixty point nine, seven, cod Donald J little bullish channel right there in the weekly Ken cradle. It's some. It's not the best of the same going to be awesome. It's not the best looking. Sorry while I, all the best pulled is pulling quite David at he's touching that twenty period moving average and coudl four. If, we break the law I've lost weight and we're talking about a level of nine point nine night raw non-point nonsense. Clearly, ten cents is the level for Kudzanai to really break free for non-point for now, and there's not a great deal on the daily that interested in very similar to big break the high of of yesterday than they would a lot more work with a lot multiply within the better prospects moving forward. It's not there just yet and they'll have to wait and see what goes
Esportz Network Podcast
Call of Duty's Gunsii Talks Change from 5v5 to 4v4 and RosterMania
"Less than twenty four hours after everyone Chaffetz activision blizzard announced the. Four for the next season, which changed from five five to forty four. Now, this is a bit of returned to its roots colored duties sports a four before was how everything used to run but what that change happening gear with no expansion beyond the twelve ts CDL suddenly, twelve spots for pros have disappeared at the highest level the change to forty four reserve the controversial. So players Ford Southern gutsy. Where do you say that change? honestly it's a, it's a very huge change I. Remember growing up being younger watching for before and then seeing the expansion five and an amateur scene that kind of got everyone's hopes up because they it being bobby five there's more spots there's more opportunities there's just there's just more to it. Now going back to forty four it's just a lot of competition. I thought I thought last year in the amateur scene. There was a lot of good talent out there and a lot of good anyone can be picked up this next upcoming year. But how it went back to forty four, it's going to be gladiator. Definitely, it seemed like a lot of teams defaulted to who some of the old guns veterans who've been call of duty for quite a long time this I hear the CDL but we also saw a lot of rookies. You saw the empire shots Utah Mac for the New York subletters really turnaround that team belt midseason, Y- There's value in having some of these young players you know people might recognize some of the big names but having young players having that young energy has shown to be really successful for a lot of teams. Yeah I agree one hundred percent I see a lot of the older people, all the people that commute competed saying how people always forget but I think there's just a lot of talent emceeing that you just have to take a chance like. There's just so much talent out there. There's so many people unknown people that don't get that chance. It don't have the connections to get to the next level, but they have that potential night just feel like if more professional teams take a chance on the obscene or brought more spotlight that it can just show like the potential we have in here. Absolutely you know previous success is not necessarily an indicator that you're going to continue being graded a game call of duty is just a game that changes each year at East sports in in all people just fall off at a certain point you gotta be make sure you're bringing in the young players, the people that could really source the seen few like the teams that are having the most success because if you could just grab a guy that was great on optic for years ago, dot com out any particular. Maybe. But that's not necessarily going to be great CDL. So you have to make sure that you're up-to-date with WHO IS THE BEST Of the youngest of the upcoming right now, I mean it has been a while since we've had new players like into the scene lake. I personally feel I. Don't personally feel but I, think it's time for like a new generation of that would make sense like I'm not calling them old but. I don't know I don't know where I'm going with this. No I. Think you're right. I talked about this a little bit with Mac on the show is that there's sort of a changing of guard first of all word the CD L. wherein entirely new eastward structure we've already seen. J.. Cap Who is one of those guys who's long time success retire we saw Karma retire we saw you know. Empire wins the championship at its. cloister that they drop waster. I can kramer clay for a second but yeah, they drop Claes who's now a three time world champion at keep the rookies keep some of the the other guys that. So it's feels like there is a bit of a changing of the guard. It's just up to some of those team managers to be like, okay we're gonNA take the chance on somebody who maybe doesn't have the pedigree but has the skill, and then they could start just you saw with Mac is hey, does it take long? If you start having success, you can start building your own brand. quickly.
WSJ What's News
How One Covid-19 Victim Was Lost in the Chaos
"Images and stories from the pandemic that will be seared into many people's memories forever. One of them was the discovery in April of rental trucks, holding dozens of dead bodies out a funeral home in New York City. The people found that day were victims not just of the coronavirus, but of a system overwhelmed one of them was seventy two year old nathaniel hallman. He lived in the Bronx with his wife Mitzi. They were married for forty two years. He repaired whirlpool appliances and in retirement he and his wife or a Deacon and deaconess at the Church of the Meek Baptist. Harlem they visited. visited the sick and shut ins in early April at the height of the pandemic and New York City home in was at a Rehab Center in the Bronx, where he was diagnosed with nineteen, the sent him to the hospital next door where a few weeks later he succumbed to the disease, but that's not where the story ends. It's where it begins our reporter Michael Phillips. He died on April Seventeenth, at Saint Louis Hospital and his goddaughter hope who is a very astute person. decided she would take responsibility for making sure that he was cremated and taking care of and and so his wife is widow. mitzi wouldn't have to do it. And so hope was under the impression that she had only seven days to get his body in the hands of funeral director, or the hospital would give the body to the city, and the city would bury him in a mass grave on Hart Island, which is a the Potter's field for New York City. One hundred and fifty years that the people have been left behind have been buried on on heard island. And, so she thought okay I've got a week to find somebody to take care of the body, and she started calling funeral homes, and they were all full. This was the height of the epidemic of hundreds and of New Yorkers were dying at a day on the day that that Daniel died three hundred eighty four New Yorkers died. And so the funeral homes would just overloaded. She called something like twenty funeral homes, and they all said we can't take him. Her Middle Son was even doing an internship at a Newark New Jersey funeral home and they were full to take Nathanielsz bodies. So she grew more and more panicky over the course of the week, and she contacted a family friend Reverend up in Connecticut, Marshall, Morton and Reverend Morton being in the you know the business of of being a clergyman new number of funeral home directors called up an old contact that he had named James Robinson. Mr Robinson worked out of a funeral home in Neptune City New Jersey as well as one in Brooklyn. And so he said, according to Reverend Morton I'll take care of this for you. I've got it and please. Please take the body down to my funeral home in Neptune. So the Reverend and hope son managed to find a funeral director, who would could drive the body out of New York to Neptune New Jersey Neptune city. And deliver it just before the what hope thought was the deadline at the hospital. They get the body out of there, so they took the bodies of Neptune city Mr Robinson the funeral director was not there. A person who was there said I'm sorry. I can't accept this body. They called up. Mr Robinson the funeral director. And this is where there's a lot of disagreement about what took place, but from the point of view of the family and Reverend Morton. What happened was Robinson said. I didn't mean for you to take it to. New Jersey Take my place in Brooklyn, this is something that that Mr Robinson disputes. He says he never said such a thing. The driver took the body up to Brooklyn to a funeral home called likely funeral services on UTICA avenue in Brooklyn. He dropped the body off there with the people who were there. They put it in. A refrigerated truck was parked on the street. And the family assumed everything was OK at that point. The body was supposed to be cremated on the twenty ninth so a few days later. And when hope called the the crematory to ask whether or not or godfather had been had been cremated, she got an answering. Machine were closed for maintenance the next day. She got answering machine message, but Never received confirmation he had been cremated. During this time news broke about all these bodies in Brooklyn in U. Haul trucks, and that was the same address where they had dropped off Mr Hallman. So hope began to panic and put things together. She called up the Reverend. The Reverend put things together. They all started to worry and at that point they tried to get Mr Robinson to explain where the body was. They tried to get a funeral home to explain where the body was tried to get the city. Medical Examiner explain where the body was, and they just couldn't find. It took until the fifth of May until. Finally learned that her godfather's bodied Nathaniel Hamad's body had actually been in the back of an unrefrigerated u-haul truck left on the street in Brooklyn, just a horrible horrible discovery, and it wasn't the end for Nathaniel. Family, who then spent several weeks trying to get his body and arranged for his final resting. What happened after this? There was another misstep when the bodies were discovered at the funeral home. In the U.. Haul trucks hope called the city medical examiner's office. They had come over. You know when the when the police got there and the after nine one one call reporting bodies and trucks on the street. You know hope called everybody. She could find the governor's offices. The attorneys general of the State of New Jersey and New York. You know. Where's My Godfather? And when she called the medical examiner's office, they had already collected sixty one bodies from the trucks and from clerk. Lee's funeral home itself, including many that would simply on the floor in various states of undress, and on the floor of the Chapel at the funeral homes just loaded with bodies. And so she when she called the medical examiner's office, they went through the list of all the bodies. They retrieved from the funeral home from the trucks. And Nathaniel Holman's name was not on the list, so for days and days she couldn't find out where he was. She even went over with Reverend Morton to the funeral home. Mr Clearly was not there at the time. Mr Robinson was not there at the time and she said. My father was here. Where is he and couldn't couldn't get an answer? And, what happened was and the fifth of May. That medical examiner's office discovered that the name on his paperwork had been reversed as hallman nathaniel so when they had looked up the bodies they had. When hope it call then they looked in their record, says he will what bodies we have. Do we have in home? It came up as a negative. The only had a home in faneuil. And by the fifth of May, they figured this out, and now remember he died on the seventeenth of April, so we're no weeks into this, and only then does hope discover that. In fact, her godfather had been in one of trucks and was now in the care of Medical Examiner's office. At that point, the the medical examiner said look. We have him safe. He's in. You know in cooled unit, so he's he won't decay. To be blunt about it. You can leave them here until you find a funeral director. WHO's able to cremate him? which is what the family wanted to do, so they held onto him and it wasn't until five weeks after his death. I think thirty nine days exactly after his death that they were able to get him cremated, and now his ashes are in an urn that his his widow Mitzi keeps at her bedside Michael. What else did you hear from city officials in response to this as well as from the quickly funeral home. The state authorities suspended Mr Claes. Licensed to act as a funeral director, and then held a series of hearings online hearings to decide whether to permanently revoked his license for you know poor practices, the ruling has not yet come out. They've had three hearings and the lawyers have submitted final closing statements, but the administrative law judge has not yet ruled on whether to revoke his license in listening to the at least one of those hearings, and in talking to Mr.. Claes attorney, he's basically the the argument is they were holding the bodies in the U. Haul trucks as they were moving them from the refrigerated truck which was. Recognized waited two whole bodies into the funeral home to be packaged up four cremation. And so he said we would keep them in the in the U. Haul trucks for a while and then move them. It was hard I think for the prosecuting attorney. I guess he'd be called the prosecuting attorney. Understand that because the argument is why not just move them from the refrigerated truck all the way into funeral home instead of stopping. This is just a matter of a few yards, so stopping and putting them in a truck. Mr Quickly. That's Mr Clarke's defense as well as his lawyer said to me. Look the whole city was inundated with bodies. Just wasn't enough. Space to handle the mall and so things happen. And he said that he thought it was unfair that his client Mr clinically was being singled out when so many other funeral homes were also overcrowded in his in his argument. So, that that is his defense Mister Robinson's defense. He has not been charged with any anything by the state. He has not been his has not been suspended, but in talking to him, his argument is. I never had that body. I never signed any paperwork saying that that body was under my control so everyone who says that I did agree to take control of Mr. Hammond's body is line. That is his argument. There are text messages back and forth in which he says that he would take care of the body, but he also said and give me the paperwork, so there's now a lawsuit underway Msci Hallman and hope dukes. Who is the the Goddaughter of Daniel? Hallman have filed suit against the he quickly home as well as Mr. Robinson And are seeking damages for what they describe of course as mistreatment of Nathaniel remains. Michael as you say, and as you've heard from many of the people in this story, Nathanielsz body was one of dozens discovered in rental trucks during the height of the pandemic. What did reporting out the story and what happened in this one case? Tell you about what happened here in New York at the height of this. So, what are your takeaways from this tragic story? This won't come as a surprise to anybody but. When the pandemic really hits and went really hit New York. Hardest I. At least in the United States of course. It just overwhelmed the system. The city and the people who who manage these things would just not ready for overwhelming the doctor. Was Internal Internist resident at Saint Barnabas Hospital. Who took? Mitzi up to see Nathaniel before he died is she would cry constantly into her. into a mask and goggles because there's just so much misery. All around her. And the same situation occurred with with the body's. Just the city. Wasn't prepared for the awfulness that that's that hit it. I can't judge whether they should have been more prepared. Or there was some mistake making made made at some point. That's not really within my capacity to judge. But, certainly, it was overwhelmed. And that meant that there are a lot of a lot of collateral damage and. Michi and hope, and of course Nathaniel himself were part of that collateral damage, and now I think. Between lawsuits and historians and journalists looking back at what happened. We'll start to peel that apart and figure out. Who did what who could have done things that were you know could have done things better and who who? Who did the best they could?
3D Printing Today
StoneFlower3D Launches New Print Head 3.0 for Ceramic 3D Printing
"Just saw this interesting thing on. Three D. printing industry. I talked to you about it. Because you're the guy that's played with paste extruders earn stuff like that? This looks like there's a there's a kit that's about to hit the market that they talk about in this article made by a company. It looks like it's somewhere in Europe. Germany I think Germany where they they have a ahead that you can attach to any three D. Printer that will That will extra that will pull things through a vacuum tube and force it down into easily replaceable. Plastic extruder nozzles it. It looks like something that wouldn't be that hard to actually use and implement yourself that you think about well actually the first generation of this is the this is the stone flower three D. S. Extruder that we're talking about the first generation of it was actually I don't know if it was fully described as open source. But they had plans of it that you could actually build your own was built out of Small plumbing parts what I like about this Is Unlike others that I've seen it. You can have the material in a separate container flow to the the extrusion feeder to the extruder. Oh the ones I've seen in the past usually these big plungers yet. It filled up. And you're flying all of your material around the printer yet now. The thing to remember is that the The reservoir that feeds the material has to be pressurized Dork. So so the this These extruders have a little screwdriver in them that that forces the the material through the nozzle but they're actually relying on pressurized reservoir to deliver the material to the extruder this has proven to be the best combinations of the best design overall for extracting most paced stuff because you the ability to start and stop and the ability to retract. Which you can do that with you. Know there's a we've we've gone over before on the show but there's a bunch of different ways to extract pastes. One of the easiest ones is the is a syringe extruder. But the problem. Is You know with a syringe. You're pushing down the SYRINGE building up pressure and then driving the material out and then to retract riding back up on that cylinder and there's a lot of material in there that you're moving while you're doing that so it's not as responsive as you know we're used to with retraction on like an F. Damn extruder you'll have to really slow right. You have to go really slow and you end up with a lot of A lot of overshoot and a lot of you know material squirting out places. You don't want it because you're not able to control it that well whereas when you have a very small volume of material in this this Augur Screw Auger drive system You're able to You know pressure it drive it out the nozzle and retract it with much much more nimbly than than you. Can you know with with a large volume of material while so what I like about it? That it's nice and decoupled from any system that you might bolted onto sure in which makes it much much more amenable to someone who just wants to experiment with it a sculptor. Who May want to say? Hey I want a head start. Start from this basic design in after it's put out all the spray it with water and manually change. It sounds like it's got some really good potential I would sure love to play with it. Yeah it's Cool. And and the thing is you've got You know a NEMA seventeen which is probably the same thing that your printer was running anyway. So you could disconnect the the Nima Seventeen for your F- damn extruder and somehow adapt this to attach to Rhino. Whatever movement system. You're using I would say using old printer because you know paste It gets pretty messy. Yeah I I would go with a mental style so it's open kind of an open design. It's not all over the place. Yeah but it. But it's it's it's nice that their newest version of it. You can see a lot of evolution has gone through and I'll be curious to see You know not only how well it works. How well it lasts because when you're You know excluding clay clay abrasive Who that's right so you know you're depending on the type of clay body or extracting different particle sizes and stuff but over long-term Claes. Pretty abrasive material The nozzles that they're actually using vary depending on. How large a a diameter you want on. Sometimes they're they're using Like You know the small small diameter I would say plumbing fittings. But they're really more for like medical applications to being and stuff but they're plastic Obviously you know Easily replaceable. Yes own so. I don't think that's going to be that big of a problem. It's the internal stuff it's it's it's the Auger that is the expensive part. And and the the meshing between you know the the clearances between the author and the and the chamber that it has to fit in those have to be very very tight with polymers. We're finding that it's that nozzle the orifice itself and the sides of the office. Where all the where happens? I and that's what breaks down. I right so it's not gonna be that big of a deal on this kind of an extruder for that area. So maybe it'll be okay. We'll
The Psych Central Show
Learn About Sex Therapy From a Licensed Sex Therapist
"Lori. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me gave. This is fun. I have been really looking forward to this for a while because wall. All sexes everywhere in our culture productive conversation surrounding sex isn't everywhere in our culture. We have the salaciousness of sex raid. Read the actual mechanical workings and understanding and Dare I say intimacy of sex is severely lacking in our culture conversationally. That is so true. I mean while we are kind of porn saturated sex-saturated culture. You know what is missing from. That is the intimacy the connection in between two people that is not being talked about let alone understanding the differences between people and their bodies. We don't have very much information about uh-huh and where do you go and get it well and you can go on the Internet and get it and you run the risk on one hand. You could run into an article written by you. Ah which which has great information and will help you be more intimate with your partner and be a better lover and have better sex. You could also run into an article that shames you for wanting to have sex or you could run into an article that just gives blatantly misinformation which of course if you try. It isn't going to work it's going to make you feel bad and then of course there's everything else under the sun right as a sex therapist. How do you feel about all of that competing information because on one the hand like you said we talk about sex constantly but on the other hand we don't have productive conversations about sex and sexuality? That's why I think that would when I talk to people about sex and when I go in lecture what I'm saying Mr be brand new information and so that tells me that the competing repeating information out there is not necessarily hitting people in a way that helps them improve their actual working in the bedroom. And so what I. Reid is discouraging to me. There is so much misinformation like things like put on the Internet to have a better orgasm. Strengthen your muscles and that's by in large not true so people are misdirected and there's very little that talks about to have good sex. We need to feel that the sexual connection between that's in our partner is secure. And there's all kinds of different types of sex rate the type of sex that for example I might like could be different from the type of sex that my partner likes and neither one of us are wrong. There's not a correct way to have sex in an incorrect way to have sex. There's a lot of preference correct. That's that's true and many people. This is where they get hung up in their sex life. You know one person wants sex more frequently than the other person or one person wants to do something a sex act that the other person feels is wrong or you know moral or Isky. This preference issue is a big plays Claes that couples stumble in terms of getting on the same page with each other and it can become part of a power struggle that really separates them from even even hearing it. But you know we're so threatened by hearing what our partner wants. That might be different than what we want. We can feel like Oh you know my partner is GonNa think I'm frigid rigid or I'm a bad love or not area invented. We really worry about that kind of stuff. And then it's shutdown good conversation that could be productive active. I think one of the biggest. I'm going to say lies. That is out there is that couples should orgasmic at the same time that having an orgasm awesome together is the goal. Because that's how you see it in television and movies etc and I learned in preparation for the show. And because you know I'm over or forty that that is so incredibly uncommon that likes to never happen but most people feel that they must be doing it wrong if it doesn't happen even though Oh that's just biologically unsound or or it's a typical right. That's right it is very atypical. And couples come in. They want that as a goal all and they feel like they've failed if they're not having simultaneous orgasm but it is a blue moon that that happens. I think the other big myth that is out there learn how to reflect. Couple is that the movie clip looks like it's a ninety second event. She had her back up against a rough trie. Nobody nobody touches her clitoris and somehow or another she has a wild or gather right and that just is not true. Most women do not orgasm through sexual penetration talked only gave seven percent of women have or gas and true sexual intercourse and a lot of women. Come in and say you know I'm broken. I'm not doing it the right way. I I can't do it. The real way and their partners feel so inadequate. I can't get her they're just through sexual intercourse. And can't we make that a goal. Oh and what's wrong with me. Am I not big enough. What's the problem? I mean the movies and the media showed US something that is utterly fall so as a sex therapist people or coming to you because they have a problem in the bedroom but what. You're realizing that they don't actually have a problem in the bedroom. They don't understand how sex works yet. It's risen to the level of seeking professional. Help to fix something. That was never a problem anyway as a sex therapist. How do you handle that because I imagine they just telling them? Oh no you're wrong. It doesn't work that way. Isn't going to undo what is probably their entire life's experience of how all sex works. You're right I mean. Many Times people enter a sexual relationship with a lack of information. They really don't have the goods that bit. Tell them about their own body. What's supposed to happen? What happens in their partner's body if there's a gender difference? It's very hard to put ourselves in the other person's plight lights and we don't know what their body feels and so we're kind of working in a mystery. Last night I sat with a group of women who are low libido and we're running group in our clinic for this and one of the women took her about forty five minutes to resort Azam and she needed a lot of stimulation and she needed her mind to get engaged and she wanted her husband to be seductive. I said what you are experiencing now is really normal. I know you're disappointed but I gotta I tell you you are dead center with what most women experience. So she didn't know what other women were experiencing oftentimes again one more issue with heterosexual couples. Is We compare ourselves with another gender and we say you know what's happening for you how you can get around so quickly and it takes me not so long. But it doesn't take her long. It takes her not long compared to other women in my take her long compared to her male partner but what she's experiencing normal so a lot of what we do. Is We do normal. Is We do talk about it and certainly you know there are fixes and things things that they can do to help get more on the same page
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The Bubble That Broke Kuwait
"And we've got got a doozy for you today. I'm joined by. Dr Is Rafi on Darius I cardiff Yes today I've got a story for you about one of the greatest stock bubbles of all time which occurred in of all places Kuwait Kuwait. Yes and the story begins in the late. Nineteen seventies during what is known as Kuwait's golden era so Kuwait had been this kind of sleepy desert outpost and then due to the massive influx of oil money. It became this bustling metropolis list. And I actually talked to a man named Saba Araya's who was a prominent businessman in Kuwait around this time and he talks about what Kuwait looked like when he was a kid. Growing growing up like Trinity. We have running water up happening structure The there was no air conditioning for looks up over elevators. And by the late nineteen seventies Kuwait had become this modern metropolis and it also become the financial center of the Middle East because they region was rocked by turmoil. At this point in Kuwait with its really well regulated financial sector and it's relatively stable political. Climate became came this magnet for all of this money that was fleeing turmoil. Elsewhere in the region is a pretty classic emerging markets story starts doing some things right and then all this money he starts coming in from other places And obviously that drove up prices in Kuwait's official stock market but it was very very tightly. Regulated it you know. There are lots of regulations about what kinds of companies could be listed there who was allowed to invest. How are they allowed to invest and made it very stable but it also made it kind of a boring place to invest all this money? That wants to invest in Kuwaiti companies. And if it can't do their maybe it will find some other way to invest invest in them. Well it did find another way. Basically right across the street from the official Kuwaiti stock market. A sort of love informal unofficial stock market developed it was known as the soup ALMANAC and it was literally in a air conditioned parking garage on the site eight of the old camel market and sugamo knock literally translates to the market at the place where the camels rest traders started gathering there and trading trading stocks amongst each other. And I spoke to Ben Craig who is a economic policy adviser for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. And he's written a lot about the suit GALMOC Manakh And I have to clarify here. That everything he said in our interview only represents his personal views. He doesn't represent the views of the Federal Reserve. But I talked to him about this sort of informal formal market that developed. It was seen as an area where you could have fun but what Claes stays in the soup. I don't think I've heard that one before for we'll basically the government said hey. We like having this innovative kind of risky market with big returns. But we don't want the risk to infect the rest has to the economy so they put all these rules in place that said banks are not allowed to touch the super. They can't lend money to people who are investing there. It's got to be completely cut off from the financial sector her but of course traders don't like this because they don't want to just trade with the money they have in their pocket they WANNA borrow money in and you know potentially get even higher returns turns and so the system developed between the traders in the soup that I think was a little bit ingenious. The couldn't borrow money from the bank. So what they did is they had this system of writing post dated checks so basically card if I want to buy a stock for meal. It's worth one hundred dollars now and I think it's going to go up in the future. All right you a check I I say one hundred ten dollars and date it for a year from now you know like if your rent is due on the first you don't get paid till the third. Yeah date your check on the third. That's right that's what they were doing but they would do it for a year and in that situation. It's like you just lent me money for a year but then this sort of interesting thing happened with check check itself became a little bit like cash so suppose that maybe I want to buy some of that stock. I don't have any cash but I have that posted hosted shack and so I just passed that posted check onto a nar trader. It was essentially a way for these traders to print their own money and then Craig cautions against drawing any comparison to other markets. But in my opinion it's not all that different from what happened. In the run-up to the financial central crisis where mortgage-backed securities became much bigger than mortgages in this case the checks that were backed by stocks became much bigger than the stocks themselves selves. And thanks to this. System of kind of endless unregulated credit the Kuwaiti stock market skyrocketed. It became the third heard largest stock market in the world. Bigger even than London and Sobowale riotous says that this was turning people into instant millionaires. He recounted the story to me of going to his friend's apartment and I saw this huge big plate full with the new caveat. You know they by the House and then it was. Ten Cuba's maybe have the token of caveat on on the table I couldn't believe David and this market is started to draw in teachers and students and and he he talks about how you know. Doctors are quitting their jobs to run down to the Sukhoi ANOC and start trading eating stocks. It just became this national obsession that classic mania everybody sees it going up they think it will continue going up and we'll tell you how they started.
Golden State of Affairs: No Curry, No Klay. What's Next?
"What if I told you the best team in the NBA would become the worst? That really is a thirty for thirty TAGLINE WAITING TO HAPPEN NICK FIDEL covers the golden state warriors for ESPN. Okay Nick. I think it was last week. The that draymond green so eloquently summed up the state of the warriors right now. That's really the best way to it. Could you say Mr Green diagnosis is accurate. Yes no doubt. Meet people all around the league. They saw that that quote there were like wait. Wait wait what it's the warriors it's the warriors and the reality was even with a healthy dream on Steph. They were really we bad in for so many people for the last five years or so. who had watts his team dominate for so long there was a reality in the moment Omen that hey. This is not the same team that we've been watching the coaches and some of the staff members as people were were warm-up takes over the summer that they were just like what what what are people saying. I think they understood that there was going to be a lot of growing pains this year. And now all those pains have come to the forefront really really so during the off season you feel. There was a gap between the public perception of this team. The belief that they would still contend and the internal perception no question it was always for the warriors a gap year from the moment when go back to the finals. Kevin gets her Kevin Durant and then clay tears. ACL Well when you look at the way the roster was being constructed with nine guys who were twenty three years old or younger and you looked at the fact that they were hard capped apt and then they added de Ngelo Russell and you saw the pieces that were in play so many people on the outside went. Oh well you know what they still have Steph Jeff and they still have dream on and Klay. We'll be back at some point and people internally were like wait wait wait wait wait. Wait you have steph. WHO's GonNa have defenders all all over him all the time you've drawn who has struggled at times offensively and who knows if Claes can actually come back or not so all along? There was a there. It was a big difference in what the public perception of the words was this year. In the moment and what people inside the organization felt like it was going to be. Do you think that reality set in one clay got hurt tots hunting and Thompson brats. Now why pay me no. Let's go back in in time in. This goes back to about a year ago. Now now when K. D. and dream on got into that verbal back and forth at staples playing the clippers from that moment and even before that moment there were a lot of people in the organization. That were like. Kevin's probably gone. The thing that really sent this into a different path wasn't that Kevin got hurt because sadly the split was already pretty much done it felt like at least when Klay Thompson got hurt. That changed a lot of things because clay get being hurt that triggered triggered the de Ngelo Russell move. And then you're you're trading away Andrea Dolla. If clay doesn't get hurt maybe you keep big dollar. You don't hard cap yourself yourself this season you come into the new building with both healthy splash. Brothers and Draymond. When Klay got hurt that changed the way this season was going to be viewed? What expectations like first steph curry coming into this season Steph heard the chatter? Uh He always says that he doesn't pay attention to the outside sources me but that's ridiculous I mean he's he's a human being. He knows what's being said. He knew that everybody thought that this is going to be another. Mvp Year for him. He wanted to win the award. But I think Steph knew all along you take clay off the floor. And he's now the focal point with Steph. He knew as much as Kevin. I think drove people crazy easy sometimes within the organization. Nobody doubted just how phenomenal a player. He was Steph walking into this year. Hearing that everybody's saying it all this is your time to shine again. You're the MVP. I think he knew in the back of his mind all along. This is going to be very tough. I don't think the reality of Steph winning winning the award ever matched up to the expectations. They had to begin with. That's interesting to hear because you're right there was a perception or even a hope that we would get that full courier right because with K. D.. They've had to split some of the credit as well as the time during the regular season. And the idea of Steph unleashed. I was really intriguing to people. It was GONNA be awesome but people and this is going to be a recurring theme. When talking about the words they were living in the past people kept saying? Oh we'll steph. Is is incredible and he can do whatever he wants. He's one of the the very best players in the league. He's the best shooter I've ever seen in my life but when you're getting getting two and three bodies thrown at you at every play you're not gonNA play the same way next. This is is not a good basketball team. I feel comfortable saying with Steph out for a few months. Do you feel like the team should consider I am reluctant to use the word. But I'm going to say it. Should they tank leader okay. Let's go back to the night steph curry is grimacing. Emma seen holding what appears to be left risk he took Syria and warriors staffers for walking around and disbelief. They just could not believe that all these different injuries came down really at the at the same time. In the last six seven games they had played eight. I walked up to Joe Lake. The warriors owner walking out of the word locker room I said Joe what do you think about the injury and he said Hey I I saw it. I'm really sad about it but I'm an optimist and I think that this team now has a chance to see what these younger younger guys can do. And I think we'll come out of this okay and I said Joe You understand that once. This injury happened a lot of people around the League are GonNA ask about taking. How do you and media? He cut me off and he said what you say and I said Joe You understand understand that people are going to start asking about taking how do you he said what were to choose. And I said tanking in mean it was really clear earlier. He was trying to send a message to anybody around in the moment and anybody wondering what the warriors are going to do moving forward if they're going to take the answer was resounding no he just doesn't believe in it in this is a proud guy who just opened a billion and a half dollar Rena that a lot of people are invested into for a lot of two years but all that being said as much as I respect the attitude the reality for where the warriors are at is that's just packaging ACA Djing. We're not gonNA take look at the roster the roster isn't good this is not a team full of NBA caliber players. Frankly frankly so the takeaway for me is. This is one of the biggest blessing in disguise that this could be for the warriors
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Kendrick's slam in 10th inning lifts Nats over Dodgers 7-3, into NLCS
"Washington nationals finishes with an exclamation mark the brilliant catch then the **** team to just walk in the regular season or the post season they're moving on to the NLCS seven three and ten they beat the Dodgers Dodgers around in the first round just like the twins when they were swept in the American League by the Yankees Dodgers in twins home for the winter nationals with the seven three win in ten innings events of the NLCS for the second time in franchise history they did in nineteen eighty one as the Montreal Expos they wouldn't ten after how we Kendrick tie breaking grand slam in the top of the tenth inning they would have been there the had they not rallied with back to back home runs on consecutive pitches in the eighth inning off Clayton Kershaw manager Dave Roberts I felt good about playing right there even when you got run down and Soto so I felt that I likely through I don't know what it was couple pitches we had claimed ready for whatever today cantor in this role we really like to get the right hander the success that Claes had again so with a two run lead I'll take Clayton any day in that situation twenty year old one so with the tie a game tying home run into the red donut gone yard as well Homer two doubles three extra base hits in the game on Wednesday that's the nationals posts postseason single game record three extra base hits ties the most in a winner take all postseason game Clayton Kershaw gave up the home runs on back to back pages on the guys in the clubhouse as I
Space Spinoffs: The Technology To Reach The Moon Was Put To Use Back On Earth
"This week on the show. We have a bit of a special episode. It's The fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing from Nineteen sixty-nine the journal has been publishing stories videos and podcasts and all sorts of stuff about the history and legacy of Apollo eleven but on this year we're going to do something slightly different. We're GONNA look at some of the ways that the technology elegy invented and worked on and required to get a man on the moon in nineteen sixty nine still affects the tech that we all use now in twenty nineteen it turns out. There's more of that than anything here with me to do so since Joanna Stern is still gone Christopher uh-huh Christopher Hay there are you are you a moon guy like is is space and the moon landing like a thing that you love in general even when it's not the fiftieth anniversary I've had a personal renaissance. I think it's the Apollo eleven anniversary of been watching some stuff. Watch Paul Thirteen kids one of the Aerospace Museum. I don't know maybe I'm just getting old nostalgic but this stuff is cool. I agree I had the thing that really did for me. was there was a documentary came out the very beginning of this year. I think it's just called Apollo Eleven. That's like all this found wound footage that turns out to be amazingly high resolution of like the people who were there and in the control room and it was it was this sort of visceral experience kind of like you're actually watching it happen live and ever since then I've gone back into like my eighth phase in my lifetime of being totally obsessed with the space program and it's been very fun yeah. That's that's an astonishing documentary highly recommend Apollo eleven you can stream it. Oh Yeah I saw it an I max to which was one of the cooler things I've ever done but I- millimeter I'm sure it was amazing with the sound system but even on a little screen streamed. It was pretty pretty special totally okay so we have two stories this week and I I wanNA start by talking about the space suit so the Apollo eleven space was an incredible thing it's made of mylar lar and nylon and Teflon and even fiberglass it had to keep astronauts cool without being cold and warm without being hot and had to be super flexible and easy to work in but totally impenetrable even for elements that designers didn't know existed existed the suit that they came up with actually two hundred eighty pounds on earth but luckily that translated only thirty in the lesser gravity on the moon a lot of the things that were created to make those suits work turned out to have lots of other uses you know those huge huge white tent like roofs when you might see over a stadium or a concert venue. There's a good chance those are made of fabric called Beta cloth which is basically teflon coated fiberglass that was designed for the spacesuit. What are the companies that developed it by the way was corning which now makes it's the glass on top of your phone's screen but still the most spacesuit thing you might own now is a pair of sneakers and that's in large part? Thanks to our first guest Al Gross I could explain it'll be more fun to get him to and he's here now Hale Hi. How are you very good? <hes> yes I started working on the human engineering aspects of sports equipment relative to space suits. I started with ski boots of all types and we also did ski clubs. The installation ski outfits etc and from the ski boots. I went to the sneakers mainly because it's a larger market I had played college basketball and I'm a runner in much of the ski boot technology from space suits also fit into athletic shoes very well. I had done these projects for Nike the Adidas Converse a six Timberland Yukon of via many many companies in athletic shoe business over the years and I continue to do so wow okay so let's let's before we actually get some of that. Let's let's back up fifty or so years tells kind of about what you were doing at NASA in the in the sixties in particular in the run-up to Apollo Eleven. What was your what was your job? Everything I did was call. I was in school during Mercury and Gemini and I'm sort of the child of Apollo I started at Cape Canaveral worked on the Saturn. I five rocket launch engineer for two years. At the Cape. We man rated the vehicle with the first two unmanned Saturn five launches before we felt it was safe enough to put a crew on board. The first crew was Apollo. Wait which would the frank borman voyage around the moon where he quoted some the Bible and we I saw earth rise appear in from the dark side of the Moon I was then recruited to move to Houston Texas and become the lead systems design engineer of the Space Program Program of course at that time. I knew nothing whatsoever about space suits but neither did anybody else so it wasn't too much of a disadvantage. There was a history of pressure suits with the air force and a lot of air force personnel. Were there as well so so I was the head lead design engineer of spacesuit program in Houston and eventually I moved up to the factory where the space suits are made which is in Dover Delaware and became the design engineer on the production floor of the space suits. I needed the production experience to move into private industry which he cannot get up. The space center's themselves so I was lead design engineer over manufacturing space suits as well as being at the space center in Houston over systems and design and. What is it like to build a space? I mean you're you're designing a thing that no one's ever worn before for a place. They've never been before out of materials that no one has ever used before what how does that process work like what is the what is the trial and error like when you're trying to design a spacesuit surely fun on because it's human it goes on a human so we could get inside the space suits we could test the fingers of the gloves the elbows of the arms the knees that would go on the legs. All of these things are called mobility joints which are the most important part of the spacesuit so because it's human factors engineering your getting inside of your design you can feel touch it smell it. It's unlike driving a car like design a car. It's partly human engineering but it's not so close and intimate as a suit in is one of the things I've read is that things like knees and elbows were hugely challenging and involved a lot of sort of inventing brand new things to make it work but what when you're thinking about designing a spacesuit really for the first time was it obvious what the hardest parts were going to be. What were those things easy the mobility joints? I'm going to say the shoulders the hips the gloves in other words you WanNa get in something that when it's crusher is which normally would make stiff and not and not flexible at all you want it to be flexible only in certain places. This is a nose of the mobility joints and that's the toughest part of the job especially the ones that are three dimensional like your shoulders. They rotate they move in three different planes like your elbow only goes in one direction that would be the easiest one the shoulder older would be the hardest one because vulnerability ranges and rotates etc so all of that is the most important for once the pressure sued envelope is done then you're merely insulating it so all the thermal insulation elation than all that stuff is kind of a second thought to the basic pressure suit itself okay so building something that was totally insulated in would keep them safe but didn't have to move around or be friendly to human motion would be easier easier. It seems like but you had to build something people can actually like walk around in other words <hes> see if I can come up with something well. It's like it. Let's say it's a scuba suit underwater but it does everything you want. It makes you feel as if you're not even in a suit we're trying tend to achieve the nude body ceiling and one is crushed theorized. You're working against pressure. The suit is extremely rigid everywhere and getting all that to work to human engineering part is the hardest part and the installation and all that stuff goes on the outside inside the keep you safe and of course has to accommodate the same emotion that the pressure envelope does well guy and is it obvious in the middle of building something like that that the things that you're working on are going to have application outside of just building space suits or are you so laser focused on that one thing that you're not even necessarily worrying. We were so laser focused. We wouldn't even know if there ever be another use. Their focus was as good as it could get for the job if it could be used in any other Claes. We didn't know we didn't care and it wasn't until the program was coming to an end to we started realizing that there could be many space spinoffs of this technology which in my case I specialized in at what point does it occur to you that Oh all this stuff. I've been working on might be interesting to other people who aren't just trying to survive in space pretty much at the end of the program I was there to Apollo Seventeen. We landed on the Moon Sticks Times Apollo Thirteen of course did not make it we also had done all the space suits for the Skylab Skylab program the N._A._S._D.. The Apollo Soya's docking with the Russians and the early versions of the space shuttle suits and at that time I decided to to move to Aspen Colorado take up skiing and go into commercial products so it was at that point really nineteen seventy three one thousand nine hundred seventy four that I started focusing on the knowledge that I had particularly materials information and human factors designed putting it into sports equipment because I had a background at playing basketball and running and I love sports in general you're just done at that point. You're like I have put people on the moon. It's the seventies. Where else can I use my skills? Yes moving to Aspen going into the ski. Industry was my goal in everything I did was based on skiing and then because I ended up specializing in ski boots which is the hardest article for skiing and more like the space since because the ski Buddhism rigid Shell which is non human the space suit on its pressurized. It's rigid that's non-human of adapting things like that to the human body and making them work so ski boots were the real big focus and I worked for four different companies Nordica Dina Fit Solomon and rightly and probably the biggest inventions from NASA spinoff was in the rightly flex on Ski boot which is the most popular model ever made sold between three and four hundred thousand pairs a year from nearly twenty years in it was based on the convoluted mobility joints of the space suits which are sort of like a bellows designed the Ben but in this case bending and rigid plastic for Ski Boot Versus Bending in inflated pressurized and therefore rigid confidence in in a spacesuit designed the Ben so the joints were like bellows and I put that mosquito boot so that was the first real major spin off that had a very very large commercial success also many other things like a nike athletic shoes for example. The blow molding net we used to make the visors with stress-free molding the consulates were made with the dipping process. We never use moulding techniques like injection molding and compression molding what you're used throughout industry because you have built in stresses so for example the Nike Air so was blow-moulded many of the products I've done the via compression chamber was blow molded at stress-free stronger better materials because of the pounding it takes under the seat like playing basketball in a Nike Shoe Shoo Shoo where you're coming down rebounds in the pounding etc to have the durability required some of the processes we use the spacesuits. Can you explain a little bit more about that actually because I think the idea of the way that we manufacturer shoes now is so different from what it was before that I think can you sort of help understand what shoes were like when you started working on them and kind of how you rethought the way they should be men well. You couldn't be more correct when I went into the shoe industry industry in the winter of nineteen seventy three seventy four. I saw shoes just ancient devices readily. Even if you go into the patent search on foot words it'll say shoes boots and leggings so just those titles give you an idea of how L. ancient my mind technologists shoes boots and leggings in here. I come out of NASA so I along with other people had everything to do. I believe with making the shoes what they are today. Often I did a presentation people say our just making shoes. We're not building spaceships. I said Oh yeah I think we are and that was my serious about does this. You know we keep hearing about you. Next generation space suits you see he's sleek designs. People talk about what we're going to need for Mars. It's going to have to be a quantum leap over while we add for the moon. What have you seen happening in industry like what are the big potential innovations the unlocking technologies it could get us these these <hes> sleeker suits? We're not gonNA have sleeker suits. Everyone will them of course we do to the astronaut's wanted the new feeling in a suit which we all do and I wasn't spacesuits probably more than any other engineer in the program just by designing finding them. They wanted to spray on things like that which are pipe dreams. We wanted them just as well but the reasons the suits can't can't be sleek as they has to be pressurized because there's no there's a vacuum in space and you gotTA provide livable atmosphere this fear inside of the spacesuit when you pressurize it. Everything wants to go circular. It's like blowing up a balloon.
KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen
Thompson tweets apology to Warriors fans
"A little bit. Did you see Klay Thompson tweet? I wanna read this. And then say something real quick about it. Klay eight hours ago tweeted, I love dub nation. We have the greatest fan base. In sports, we feed greatly off their energy at oracle. And I meant no disrespect hashtag time to go to work. Hashtag road warriors. I know why clay sent this glacier need December. Isn't even need to do that. I get it and every player coach and owner they always say the exact same thing. They are fans are the greatest fans in the world. Not everybody thinks that not every fan base is that if you talk around NBA circles, the warriors fan base is on a short list. We know that he knows that. Everybody knows that oracle has always been legit, even when the warriors socked and Klay Thompson and Steph curry. Have amassed so much. Goodwill. Through not only their winning but their behavior. Their treatment of the people around them the fans the media their own families. You notice we said this earlier in the week when Claes said what he said about the fans at oracle. If that were another athlete. This story wouldn't even be over yet. It would have blown up. Other athletes even on that team if Kevin Durant said that. Oh, we would have conversation. And if you go to almost any other city, and you say what Claes said after a game. This is going to blow up into a thing because that's the it's relatable a fan. Who pays all of that money is being told what to do and being told that what they are doing is wrong? And it's about a you can't win and Klay knows that he probably knew what about two minutes after he walked off the podium and the warriors knew it. And so a bunch of warriors personnel have add to respond all the way up to ownership. And now Klay Thompson sends this tweet. I'm simply here to say clay. It's all good. New send it. We got you Klay Thompson and Steph curry it's kinda like, I don't know if your spouse is a foul mood when you get home. And some sort of conversation takes place a little bit uncomfortable. About a half hour later they walk in. They just kind of give you a nod. You got you got you. It's all good. It's all good. I know you, you know, me we're good here. So as very nice of clay to I'm sure it was at the request of the Golden State Warriors. The by the same token, I didn't even need to do that Klay. Everything's cool. It's all
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be indicted on corruption charges
"Israel last night. The attorney general announced his intention to indict prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust. When then Yahoo becomes the first sitting prime minister of Israel to be indicted, pending a hearing for criminal offenses Roger McShane Middle East editor, and it's happening less than sixty days before an election. Exactly as Mr Netanyahu alleged to have done. So the potential charges stem from three cases, I you have case one thousand where he's alleged received expensive gifts from wealthy patrons in return for political favors. Then you have case two thousand where he sent to discuss colluding with the newspaper publisher he was going to curb one of their papers competitors in return that paper was gonna tone down its negative coverage of him and the mysterious cases case four thousand in which she's accused of intervening and regulatory decisions in favor of a company called basic and one of the websites that basic owns was going to provide glowing coverage in return, right? And how strong is the case against him. The cases would seem to be pretty strong. They've been in the works for three years, some of Mr. Netanyahu's closest aides have turned state witness, and you have an attorney general Abaci mandalit who was appointed by Netanyahu who was once Netanyahu's. Cabinet secretary. This isn't a man who seems to be out to get Netanyahu. He's quite deliberative. And I don't think he would take a shot at a sitting prime minister if he thought he was going to miss, and what does Mr Netanyahu have to say about all this. So he says he's completely innocent. He says investigations are going to collapse like a house of cards. He calls the witch hunt. He says the reports are corruption are fake news. Is this sounds a little bit familiar? Yes. There are a lot of people who say that Netanyahu's adopting the rhetoric of Trump. In fact, Netanyahu was was first to adopt this type of rhetoric. He's long been able to harness the politics of resentment for his own political gain. He says division and Stokes fear in order to whip up his supporters, and frankly, he's much better at it than Donald Trump. What happens next end this pending a hearing stuff? So legally Netanyahu's lawyers will have a chance to dispute decision. That seems unlikely to six. Exceed then you'll get formal charges, and then you'll get a trial, politically, we're going to have an election on April ninth and right now Netanyahu's coalition of right-wing and nationalist parties, which still probably get a majority in the next Knesset. But a new party a centrist party called blue and white is leading in the polls, and is gaining it would seem, but a lot can change before election day, and probably will Roger thanks very much. Thank you. This news of the planned indictment comes just as Mr Netanyahu was hoping to win another election and become Israel's longest serving prime minister. He spent a total of thirteen years leading the country, and is known for his grandiose speeches together, we've transformed bludgeoned Jewish people left for dead into a vibrant, thriving nation defending itself with the courage of modern mccabe's, some of his critics say he has a belligerent foreign policy has fostered prejudice among Israelis and that he's been intransigent on the issue of seeking peace with Palestinians. UCLA? Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the UN in two thousand fifteen blamed mister Netanyahu for undermining efforts toward a two state solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Assess to shut up. So how has mister Netanyahu changed Israel during his long rule? I think BB more than reshaping Israel has put Israel much more on a path towards being a divided successful yet, very exhibitions and almost info big society. Actual Feffer has written a biography of Mr Netanyahu and reports for the economist from Israel Netanyahu is unique so far in being the only prime minister of Israel to have been born after the state's foundation his formative years both as a teenager and young men were made in the United States. And then in many ways form the way, he makes politics, what can you tell me about his early life and how that shaped his politics later? Well, he was brought up in a very political home. His father was an ideologue and a journalist working for the revisionist movement, which is the branch of the right wing branch of Zionism. And that was the atmosphere which shouldn't and yeah, it was brought up and that was fear of very bleak. Nationalist, politics, and how did his political career start? Well, listen ya'll be became into the public eye at a relatively young age as the brother of Israel's great hero in ninety seventy six Colonel Jonathan to who was killed in the famous Entebbe raid and his brother was the only Israeli soldier killed in that, right? He was one of the commanders of that. Right. And that thrust the family into the into the public spotlight over the next few years as part of the commemoration of the dead, brother. They they set up a think tank and BB became a speaker on issues of counter-terrorism and at the young age of thirty two he was offered to become the number two at Israel's embassy in Washington five years later when he left when he left it lower c- to become a full-time liquid politician. He already had quite a high, name recognition and Israel. He had a very polished television. Performance. We not that many Israeli politicians had that time. Tell me about that. How did he come to have that polish wasn't the now's diplomatic and political roles before becoming Likud leader were involved in presenting Israel's case to the world. His main political role was as a deputy foreign minister and his brief was was made public diplomacy. That was the time of the first Gulf war and the scene that everyone remembers from that from that period isn't into now sitting in the C N N CNN's local studio in Jerusalem. Deputy foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is here with us during this rate Sumitomo and the into we're both sitting wearing gas masks during an air raid. I must say that this is the darnest way to conduct an interview and during his periods and power Wednesay had the most impact the main period, we continue I really has formed. Current Israel has been the last ten years in which he's been in power. He's won three consecutive elections in that time, and it's been a decade for for many aspects, a great decade for Israel. Israel's had uninterrupted economic growth. It's foreign relations of burgeon with countries from Africa to up to the theories to Latin America, even even Sunni Arab countries in the Middle East, which don't have diplomatic relations with Israel have improved that under the under the surface ties with Israel. They have a joint interest together into now in confronting Iran. For the first time in my lifetime. Many other states in the region. Recognize that Israel is not their enemy. They recognize that Israel is the ally. How have mister Netanyahu's US towards the Palestinians of all over? The course of his political career is used to have not vote in the course of his political career. If you read a book Netanyahu wrote twenty six years ago place among the nations, he explains then this was even before the Oslo process began he explains that the best solution for Israel is never to compromise with the Palestinians and allow them at the most to live in a semi autonomous and Claes in the West, Bank and Gaza never to allow them full state and to continue Israeli security control over the entire region. And as we've seen over the last ten years with into now in power he has paid lip service to the two-state solution. But in reality is nothing to go to good to go towards that solution, certainly not since Trump and to the White House. So a lot of. Have gone his way, but we're looking to an uncertain future here with us in indictment. If this is the end of his political career, what do you think is legacy will be slowly building and continuing to enhance Israel's perspective and military power. And it's relationships both in the region and across the world. Now, if it is forced to resign that legacy will still we'll still remain the other legacy of toxic buying relations between the different communities within Israel will certainly need detoxifying once. He leaves.
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Fyre Festival documentary: A glimpse into the scam of the century
"The fire festival, you know, about the fire festival, right? Hulu Netflix both released documentaries about this disastrous music festival in the last week. But since there aren't enough hours in the day to watch one let alone both I called a Belousov pairs to get up to speed when I go to the five site as we came over the hill. All you could see was. See of these plastic. White pens, really crumbs Claes me together. They were people inside the tens PA out pairs works. Buzzfeed. It was like something really creepy and Irie from film. She actually broadcast hours of her own video directly from Exuma the Hainian island where the fire festival was supposed to be taking place. She streamed interviews with one person after another all of them waiting to escape. Elizabeth has Baheen herself. It gives her particular perspective on how this all went down and wine investor him. Billy McFarland was able to swindle so many people out of their money is to strange thing happening and people coming from outside to invest in the country. I'm undergoes, right? And sometimes it goes wrong. I think you know, I can say from the documentaries. It seems that you know, the government and government officials people were elected council people. They were Jews just like, you know, the other people. Who worked with Billy McFarland? They was by his energy. And he plummeted on the money that he was flashing McFarland is currently in federal prison convicted of fraud. But Elizabeth wonders why he seems to be the only one being held accountable and the questions that I was talking if he's going to have foreigners come out by something in your country. You have to be doing your do diligence. You have to be checking you all these people. What are they doing the hiring the hanging work and do they have the right? You know opponent. How do we know that to pay them on time, and I had so many questions, and actually I do feel like questions haven't been on? And you know, and I kind of I guess I would want journalists to live in the bomb. You can hear from my accent. I mean, I'm very precision. But you know, I did grow up there. I don't move in. Now, I would have wanted hanging journalists all you know, from the other side. How was this allowed to happen? I'm I'm really not afraid to my woods on that. And I think that the government had really. Been serious. They would if they would've stopped at. Elizabeth says she actually recommends you watch both fire festival documentaries, but I have a different recommendation. You'll get read up way
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
The Warriors Dynasty
"Do you really think Klay Thompson Steph curry and Kevin Durant see on green as an equal? Really when you go play basketball at the YMCA when you play basketball, you know, against the fellas you can size guys up real quick, you're talking Klay. Thompson is the best shooting guard to guard in the league. Steph Curry's the greatest shooter ever in Kevin Durant. Arguably the best player in the league outside a LeBron some say with LeBron they don't see Draymond green as an equal. They let him travel with the band. They let him travel with the band. He's not an equal. His skills are totally replaceable. Whenever there's a nightclub the owner of the nightclub will give a percentage to the general manager. Maybe the food and beverage guy. They never give a percentage to the bouncer. They don't give it percentage to the muscle at the front door. Now, you're part of the group. You know, when you guys get eat dinner before the you'd open the doors, you get some of it too. But I always laugh when everybody tells me like Kevin Durant sleep. Kevin Durant is Silicon Valley? Steph. Curry Klay Thompson, these guys fit the warriors, they fit their identity. There's what is Silicon Valley? What is San Francisco? It's the future. It's the greatest it's the richest the most skilled those guys fit that I'm watching dream on green last night butcher the end of that game. And I'm like you keep telling me who's leaving only one guy is gonna leave this island. It's going to be dream on green. So I've never bought into this. I think you know, what it is. It's hopeful Laker fans. It's people around the NBA, and we're all hoping right? Everybody wants to see this incredible dynasty broken up. But wouldn't bans break up? There are people in every band, you know, that are less valuable to the manned, and it goes without saying who's less skilled and who's last talented. You lose a front, man. You got a different band. You know, you you lose a drummer. Bands can mostly replace drummers change the front man, you got a different band. So I'm I'm watching this last night. And I'm just I just keep going back to you really think Klay Steph and Kevin Durant considered dream on an equal. No. Maybe if they got into a fight with the Sixers or a fight with the Cavs or a fight with a Celtics or a fight with o'casey they'd want Draymond green there. But the rest of these guys aren't leaving. You're just gonna have to deal with this dynasty, and I know they're obnoxious, and I know they think they're smarter than everybody. And I know that the greatest shoot revolt time, I understand nobody likes the warriors. But don't start making stuff up about people leaving. I don't buy it for one second. I don't buy katie's Lieven. I don't buy Claes Lieven. I don't get steps leaving. They're moving into a new arena. They're going to be the most high tech organization in the world. And that doesn't sound as much like dream on as it does clay, Katie. And steph.
Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom
"J mart, zone, Jeff Schwartz's at, GAO, f f, Schwartz And, hashtag, animal thunderdome time, let's, do it Ladies and. Gentlemen boys and This piece pizza, chicken times Animal thunder All. Right boys what's your guy? For me Danny Michigan man hospitalized for a rare Cobra bite And. Officials have been scrambling to? Find it anti-venom any coincidence that Claes in Michigan I was about to say is that Michigan man's last name Travis and did he have a sort of failing, pants business medical officials rushed to find an anti venom for a pin conning township Michigan man who was bitten by his pet albino Cobra The family pet that turned on, him the twenty six year old man whose, name has not been released maybe Klay lied about his age he was bitten by this family. Serpent and just twenty minutes later he became nauseous and began began to vomit a symptom of. The Cobra's venom the albino Cobra which is native to China. Cambodia and India among other, places has one of the fast? Acting. Snake venoms in the world the man was rushed to a hospital in bay city later airlifted to the Detroit medical center after, the venom paralyses respiratory muscles causing him to stop breathing So there they were puzzled medical center officials reached out to the Toledo zoo at Ohio to try to get an anti venom then they went to. Three other cities to get anti. Venoms nothing worked but I have an update here Miami Dade County, came to the rescue they had they sent twenty miles of a unique anti-venom, medicine to the, Detroit medical center via a, commercial flight the vials were administered to the victim through an IV the same day they arrived. The man now remains of the Detroit hospital but officials say that thanks to Miami Dade County he's on his way to recovering from the rare venomous bite So this guy you said this Cobra was, his pet yes that's on him a hundred percent. You can't have a Cobra as a pet that's on you They said he got twenty eight total vials I doubt I doubt. Detroit is keeping keeping on hand Cobra anti-venom Yeah you probably should not have in Al Bino Cobra. As. A family pet shouldn't have a snake as a family pet correct Yeah shouldn't be allowed clay has taken a hard stance against snakes during the. Animal We all. Have, everybody on this. Show I think has just not a big fan of snow Co-host snakes either about three weeks ago. Was leaving my chiropractors office I felt this thing. Slither by me and you could have. Sworn it was going to be like a, giant crocodile I jumped. So high in. The air he was like a foot long gardener snake. Green little baby snakes I did not, I was, not having you get away from me buddy Dumont. Playing this game I don't snakes here's our conversation no there are. A couple of women in this life this earth. That are there ten snakes hot but. Not many that we're doing we're doing that, again that's a great. Topic which which. Which which ladies in this world are ten snakes hot None Just a couple of Danny come on quickly. Boys this is a dog. Story we don't get many of these on animal thunderdome Wehner. Dogs You know a Missouri. Sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery last Tuesday after he. Was attacked by a dog while serving a sim civil summons no, one answered the door at. The residents of the Jefferson County. Sheriff's department deputy notice there was, a side door that was partly opened FOX two of Saint. Louis, reported. So the deputy approaches the door the dog emerges. From the rare the house. In attack the deputy died latching onto his face oh jeez Now we know deputies their jobs are hard enough as. It is this dog bit into the deputies left. Arm as, well he was able to reach his weapon shot the dog once. In that enabled him to free himself the department posted an image to Facebook showing. The deputies blood-soaked uniform and bulletproof vests the homeowner told police that the the. Dog was a pit bull according to the St Louis post dispatch, the animal is expected to. Survive from the gunshot but animal. Control officials will decide what happens, now to the dog I think we all know what's going. To, happen Bye bye Dog is. Definitely. Done The crazy part about the strap, not seen this story but, I guarantee on Twitter people are pushing the officer for using his web, dog that attacked him even though I'm sorry if a. Dog, latching onto your no I'm we agree that he. Did the right thing We There, people there are people on this, earth the value the life of a pet over life of. Human, absolutely. Right no question about. That I think we got a. Minute here's another snake story quickly residents in Pennsylvania town in east, Greenville being warned to keep an eye out for a run. Away boa constrictor that has been missing for, weeks seven foot snake named Vinny sounds like a guy you call an eight hundred number to get gambling tips from reported missing in the. Town although investigators said they quote considered the matter closed after determining, that the reptile hasn't been seen in about four weeks on, quote They closed the matter Slither around these slow around take down. A dog pretty soon the final he's all he. Did was lie low. For the investigation, down the owner says there's a chance ten year old snake is hiding, somewhere in his house but locals are still being urged way how can keep an eye. Out for the snake how big is the house where you can't find a seven foot? Snake in your house That's a really good point Clayton In the house and I could find a. Seven foot snake in my house how about? A seven foot snake. Named Vinny that's a boa. Constrictor For your free. MAC football season coming up I, feel like there's a joke that..
London, Julia Hartley and Professor Stephen Hawking discussed on C-SPAN
"Claimant's i go around the country visiting jobcentres they think that the system is much simpler and easier and actually the disincentives of not taking on work have gone taking a photo under a person's claes without my consent could result in two years in jail in england and wales in future laws making socalled up skirting specific criminal offense are already in place in scotland gay rights campaigners appraise peter tatchell for using the world cup joy tension to the treatment of minorities in russia mr tatchell has been released from custody but his juice repairing court later this month for breaking rules around protesting journalists for the pink newspaper benjamin butterworth has been telling julia onto right here it is vital these issues and not ignored during the football the fact that the world cup in russia is obscene russia routinely discriminates against gay men violently institutionally but most salaries a liverpool football player and news in the world cup with egypt was photographed with category of the leader of chechnya who was put these game in concentration camps just a few days ago these sorts of things are not simply sporting events they're unique ways for awful leaders to get capital tennis legend boris becker has avoided bankruptcy proceedings in the uk with a diplomatic loophole is become a sports ambassador to the central african republic that means he gets immunity a memorial service for professor stephen hawking is to be held at westminster abbey in london this lunchtime it'll include readings from astronaut tim peak and benedict cumberbatch who played the physicist in tv film his ashes will be buried alongside other great scientists like darwin and newton the weather today lighter win sunny spells scattered showers i'll be heaviest in the north and quite warm when the sun comes through across the uk online and on the independence republic of mike graham on talk radio blasted rhetoric from the banana republic for people who say capital punishments isn't going mealy far enough the reverend to migrate rebellious rebuilds three brandon debate with the grain dictates the independence republic of my graham this morning from ten wherever you stand have your say on the uk's most outspoken space station the no nonsense breakfast julia hartley brewer on sold radio we'll get you it's okay titas until radio i'm jillian bill thank you very much indeed for joining.
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Russia, Senator Susan Collins and Europe discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Talk radio five sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the host skill missile attack bolton's first day i'm elliot francis the russian military says israel is behind an airstrike on a syrian air base overnight that attack follows that poison gas attack saturday on civilians in a suburb of damascus correspondent ben wedeman reporting to the syrian arab news agency report there have been fatalities and casualties as a result of this a missile strike they also say that eight of the missiles were shot down before reaching their targets the pentagon has denied it was involved in the united states was behind this missile strike the other main suspect is of course israel which over the last few years has conducted more than a hundred strikes within syria more than a dozen people reported dead in that airstrike dozens of people are hurt seriously under the bus strike an overpass in new york city sunday night published reports claim that bus hearing thirty eight students involved chaperones was returning from a spring break trip to europe when it struck an overpass in long island showing off the top of the bus on national security adviser john bolton starts his new job today in time to address this weekend's deadly chemical attack in syria john lawrence has more national security adviser john bolton is holding a small group meeting this afternoon officials there will discuss the suspected syrian chemical attack and possible actions republican senator susan collins says the us cannot dismiss the serious accusations against syria last time this happened the president did a targeted attack to take out some but that that may be an option that we should consider now syria and russia deny involvement and accused rebels in duma of fabricating the attack i'm john lawrence repaying new york city fire officials still to determine the cause of saturday's fire at trump tower that left a man dead and four firefighters injured playing claes claimed the.