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CocoHub's Founding Idea - Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans - Voicebot Podcast Ep 218 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

02:33 min | Last week

CocoHub's Founding Idea - Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans - Voicebot Podcast Ep 218 - burst 05

"So tell me about cocoa hub. So what was appealing to you about it. Because cocoa hub is. It's got roots in a company. That's been around for a while. But it's renew formulation. So maybe tell people a little bit about cocoa hub and what appealed to you coming over from l. Which was pretty good. Roll over at nielsen. Yeah so as i said. I don't thin. May browser is the as go. Founder at coco and was working foaming person in person initially Bill premium boats for many big brands and he seems to what he understood in. I joining together under a we understood as a problem in this industry. And you know he's coming from this kind of building. Premium butts any sells it every time. zero basically redoing the same world and they need to start from scratch for every board. They're building and mind again. The end result is good because they're building Wing boards for a big Can pay out of money It failed that indians The must be bidding way to Billboards and also over time is that most of the studios that operated bags understood Clients are not willing to face so much money for boards anymore. Because you know the technology become More and more commodity and people do expect to get access to this very a cool technology but the also expect to not pay a premium fee. So i think that this is An understanding the tweeden. This is why we decided to start o-obviously ideal of making conversation of technology in making conversations of what's accessible accre. Want anyone to be able to build aboard the conversation which means that you can speak with the but fluently in a native language like you don't need to press buttons. It's not similar to an ideology students. You can build about very easily in metal few clicks and you can do it for price. Should be i. I will say that. It should be achieved of their out for most people for most businesses

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Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans

The Voicebot Podcast

02:01 min | Last week

Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans

"Welcome to the voice by podcast. Thanks thank you for giving me well very happy to have you your brand new. And you're all at a cocoa hub Let's let's start back little bit here in terms of your background and we could actually talk about nielsen but since. I know that you started coding. When you were a young child Why don't we talk about how you got into technology and how that's shaped the way you think about what you're doing in your career at this point so when did you when did you first. Wouldn't you code your first program or website or So i sent it. I got exposed to computers in general valley early stage Early age And i started coding. I sink when i was around. Nine ten Initially i was building websites Initially for fun. And i was always intrigued by debility to build something from scratch that People can actually use can Consuming content can use it for achieving all kinds of gold still. It was very interesting to me. Decent dial field and the later stage You know we need. Everyone need to serve in the army. So i joined the army and i was a serving in there In an intelligence unit in these rally military and he's not surprised because I i like most of the people at many people in israel who later joined the tech industry served in this specific intelligence unit zero. I worked on several projects again. Everything was around Technology and programming.

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Several Olympic Athletes Test Positive for COVID-19

Democracy Now! Audio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Several Olympic Athletes Test Positive for COVID-19

"Least four people. Three of them athletes from the south. African soccer team have tested positive for couvert. Nineteen in tokyo's olympic village ahead of the kickoff of the summer olympics later this week. Meanwhile one of tennis's biggest rising stores seventeen year. Old american coco goth had to bow out of the competition after contracting kovic. Nineteen japanese officials announced earlier today. An unnamed american gymnasts has also tested positive for kofin. No specter's will be spectators will be allowed at the olympics in tokyo. Where there's very low public support for the

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Coco Gauff Out of Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Red Eye Radio

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coco Gauff Out of Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Coco Gauff to Miss Olympics After Testing Positive for Virus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coco Gauff to Miss Olympics After Testing Positive for Virus

"There's new concerns over covid spreading among athletes and the Tokyo Olympics, which begin this week. Tennis star Coco Golf just announced that she has tested positive and will no longer be able to compete with Team

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Cori 'Coco' Gauff Will Miss Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for Covid-19

WSB programming

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cori 'Coco' Gauff Will Miss Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for Covid-19

"And four and seven record to date. Huge sports news as a tennis star says she has tested positive for Covid 19 and won't be playing in the Olympics. Tennis star Coco Goff says she has to miss the Olympics in Tokyo after just testing positive for Covid 19. The 17 year old writes on social media that she is disappointed, saying it's always been a dream of hers to represent the USA at the Olympics. She says she hopes there will be many more chances for her to make the dream come true in the future. Golf is the youngest player ranked the top 100 by the Women's Tennis Association and is currently 25 in the

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After last Middle Sunday, Wimbledon resumes with fresh faces

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

After last Middle Sunday, Wimbledon resumes with fresh faces

"Top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic just eight time former champion Roger Federer a bus into the fourth round and on course for another epic showdown the service won three of their four previous meetings at the all England club including the dramatic five set final in two thousand and nineteen if they do meet it will be in the final and then Djokovic will try and tie both Federer and Nadal with his twentieth major title the women's championship is wide open with Madison keys and coco Gauff the two remaining American hopes on Graham like us

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Summer Chocolate Brownie Recipe

The Maria Liberati Show

03:09 min | Last month

Summer Chocolate Brownie Recipe

"Chocolate is so popular for this summer. One of my favorite recipes to bring along for summer picnics. And you know. The fourth of july's coming up in just mentioned father's day is around the corner One of my favorite things to make is the chocolate coffee brownies squares. It's it's a recipe. That's in my book. The basic art of coffee. That was actually one of the giveaway books last month. So whether you're celebrating fourth of july or father stay home or away. These chocolate coffee. Brownies squares are easy to make. And take with you in. Besides who doesn't love you work effect of chocolate and coffee together and besides everybody said that you know in the survey that they're gonna be camping and or taking trips and bringing chocolate with them. So maybe you'll blake to take these chocolate coffee brownie squares with you. They are easy to transport. Here's the recipe a half a cup of flour a half a cup of butter third cup of sugar. One quarter cup of dried shredded. Coconut plus one tablespoon of dry shredded coconut unsweetened the one tablespoon extra is for the topping to eggs five tablespoons of mill two tablespoons of espresso coffee two tablespoons of dried instant coffee one teaspoon of pure vanilla a teaspoon of baking powder one tablespoon of powdered sugar two tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder plus two tablespoons for topping blend butter and sugar with an electric mixer till blended in the butter. Soft and creamy in. Sugar is well blended in ad in the eggs and five tablespoons of milk place in the sifted flour cocoa vanilla baking powder mix so well blended then put in coconut powdered instant coffee stir to well blended. Preheat the oven to three hundred. Seventy five degrees line square pan with parchment. Paper spread the mixture in the pan. Bake in a preheated oven for forty minutes in a bull mixed two tablespoons of powdered cocoa powdered sugar and hot espresso coffee and blindness together when the brownies are done turn off the oven. Take brownies out of the oven than place. The topping on and then place the brownies back in to see the warm oven for just five minutes. Take out and let them cool for five to ten minutes in another dish mixed two tablespoons of shredded coconut with two teaspoons of instant coffee powder when the brownies or cool cut into squares and sprinkle with shredded coconut topping before serving scoop of chocolate gelato. Ice cream refers in yogurt served on the side. Intensifies the well factor of this desert. If you're serving this at a picnic or you know a get together or sit down and get together you know. That's a a great way to serve it with some ice cream or gelato refers in yogurt on the side.

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Getting Acquired: How to Build and Sell Startups With Andrew Gazdecki

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:17 min | Last month

Getting Acquired: How to Build and Sell Startups With Andrew Gazdecki

"It staff important ellison customer. So i saw. There's one user building. These really nice apps for hotels in switzerland so these multimillion dollar ramada hotels and i thought okay colder dislike millionaire using my platform to build apps for his. I assumed own the hotels which he did it. So i got on the phone with him and i chatted with him a little bit and quickly found out. He was building these apps on behalf of his clients because he was doing the marketing for these hotels. And i just asked him one simple question. Never forget it. I just asked him. How can i help you. Sell more of these absences. You know incredible. And then that's when we shifted over from selling directly to small businesses so we stopped cold calling and we shifted over to a white label reseller model where we partnered with web design agencies all across worlds or i White label partner was in switzerland. And so we translated the apps In a bunch of different languages and then instead of selling one app at a time we partnered with web design agencies at had you know ten clients or hundred lines or sometimes even a thousand clients and it would use our software to build apps for all of these customers. So that's when the business kind of really took off So that was our initial kind of go to market long story. Short cocoa didn't work. Listen to customers in you. Know they definitely had some good ideas and at kinda really hope. Change the trajectory of business. Apps thing i always talk to you fire nation about is are you solving a real problem for a real individual free real business. Are you providing in amazing solution preferably the number one solution to a real problem and you can say yes then. Guess what even though is still tough you can call these businesses you can target individuals and say hey i have a real solution to an actual problem that you are experiencing. Would you like to hear more. Or i love exactly what andrew did and go. Hey what is your biggest struggle. What is your biggest challenge. What are your obstacles that you have. Is there something that. I'm hearing back from these individuals and businesses that i want in ken creative solution for

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'In the Heights,' a Movie Full of Joy and Love

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:14 min | Last month

'In the Heights,' a Movie Full of Joy and Love

"After a long delay its scheduled release due to the pandemic in the heights is finally out both in theaters and on hbo. Max monica. i'm going to start with you. What did you think of in the heights. i loved it. There are very few movies that already have in tears by the time. The you know the opening studio credit shows up just as the movies beginning. It's basically coco and in the heights and this one had me from the jump. It's just so beautiful so jubilant it is a celebration of everyday life is a celebration of the connections that bind us. You know as you were saying. There's such a huge ensemble and everybody's great. I mean it doesn't feel like there's a misstep in the whole movie and for me. It's almost a little hard to talk about without almost crying. So i'll try to avoid that but but i do love how considering that it was delayed by the pandemic and you know the hype for in the heights was already happening when everything was interrupted and so now it does feel like this big return it does feel like the celebration of you know the people who we rely on to get through the day and it's just so beautifully done I can't say enough. Good things about it really

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2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

The Mini-Break

02:02 min | 2 months ago

2021 French Open Odds: Iga Swiatek Is the New Betting Favorite

"Let's get back into the openness. Now of this. French open drawn. Honestly we can go quarter by quarter and of course. Our friends at tennis. Abstract provide a fantastic draw forecast. If you know the fivethirtyeight forecasts Perhaps if you follow electoral politics or you. Just use their forecast for nba championships. Whatever it may be tennis abstracts the place to go for tennis forecasts. You look at the women's singles draw forecast coming in to this round of sixteen eagles. Fan tech is a clear favourite via the their formula to win the event. She has a twenty seven point. Six percent chance of winning that of course is based on her elo rating. She's in up there with bardi and halif and terms at the top clay-court specific yellow ribbon. She's also thirty eight now in her last fifty two matches coming in second place. Well there's been some changes now. Because i'm not gonna lie. I'm recording this friday morning. And so i know some of the results that happened currently in second right now the only other player in double digits is a lean fit alina at ten point. Nine percent chance. You've got cocoa goth at nine point. Six you've got. You know serena only one point eight. It's actually vico with a five point nine and that's the highest in that section. Actually scratch that politics dosa who has been excellent. This season nine percent chance she would technically be fourth and again that top four via their forecast schon tech spit alina goff but dosa i mean i think we all would agree. Shan't is in a tear on in her on her own. At this point in you know again her result today it was a one in one victory for her over. Rebecca peterson which is only notable. Because it was freaking one in one and you lookin' again. Her last nine results straight-sets over peterson new. Von date back to last year's french open cannon. Put a rosca travec hallett to a see through silva she's been dominant. I mean her only loss on the clay courts this year was to ashleigh barty in madrid. And you know she then went on in one room

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GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

GOP-Dominated Arizona Supervisors Call for End to Election Audit

"Has done explaining anything to these people who are playing investigator. The defamatory lies need to stop. It needs to stop. It's time to say enough is enough. It is time to push back on the big lie. Enough is enough. That was the unified message today. From the republican majority board of supervisors in maricopa county arizona. The republicans on that board called a public meeting today to say enough is enough with this cuckoo for cocoa puffs so called audit of the two thousand twenty presidential election results from maricopa county. The republican majority board unanimously approved. A letter calling for the arizona senate republicans to put a stop to this whole conspiracy theory stoking exercise which has now been going on for more than three weeks. They said quote. It's time to end this for the good of the senate for the good of the country for the good of the democratic institutions that define us as americans.

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Royal Caribbean Says Passengers Will Not Have to Wear Face Masks on Perfect Day at CocoCay

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Royal Caribbean Says Passengers Will Not Have to Wear Face Masks on Perfect Day at CocoCay

"Royal caribbean announced. That masks won't be required on their private island. Perfect day at coco cay this summer. Adventure of the seas is set to begin seven night. Caribbean cruises from now. Salt in june which will include two days. At the private island all crew and passengers over the age of eighteen will be fully vaccinated and kids will need to have eight. Pcr tests in order to sail

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Victoria Beckham's Satin Kajal Liner Is a Surprise Hit

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Victoria Beckham's Satin Kajal Liner Is a Surprise Hit

"What is a single product. That's taken off the most. And why do you think that is. Ooh what's been the most. I mean we've had a lot of things that have just really gained momentum as word of mouth spread but kind of surprising i have to say is the savage. All liner I'm wearing it today. Are oh i am. I'm wearing. I don't have it here. It's a brown. It's like a chocolate brown cocoa. I think it's coco. And what i really like about it is. It's just like i just need the one product. And i got my look and i go. I don't have to mess around with multiple products because it's a liner. And then i can sponge it out right away and it's like i have defined is right. Yes yes and. I think this has struck a chord because it does create a full look but also. It's a kajol that you can use on your waterline. And i have supersensitive eyes. And i can't use a lot of islanders. That are out there this one we developed specifically so i can wear it. Yeah and so it. Is it safer. Sensitive is But it's really creamy and it gives you time to play and then it sets in it's waterproof.

Khloé Kardashian Scrambling To Erase Unedited Photo Of Her Online

The Adam Carolla Show

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

Khloé Kardashian Scrambling To Erase Unedited Photo Of Her Online

"Kardashian is on a mission to delete a private unedited photo of herself from the internet. According to page six the image shows the reality stars face and body as she appears in a bikini by pool without the heavy editing airbrushing. That are the mainstays of kardashian photos on instagram. And we have. And i'm gonna show you it There she is pretty girl wearing her bikini. Look cheap that's Khloe cocoa lowey chloe. Chloe as she forty yet. I don't think so so. She's thirty six thirty six so the pick started making the rounds around the internet. Many people are reportedly forced to take them down under legal threat from the kardashian camp and in a statement a chief marketing officer of k. K. w. brands as the color edited photo was taken of khloe during a private family gathering and posted to social media without permission by mistake by an assistant. But this is a perfectly lovely picture of a perfectly healthy pretty normal

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California will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults April 15

KOGO Weekend News Edition

01:05 min | 4 months ago

California will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults April 15

"I'm Cliff Albert. Ah, lot more people in California will soon be able to vaccinated. The news came late this week from the governor and Coco's Jack Cronin has more, governor Gavin Newsom says next week, April 1st, those 50 and older will be eligible. And then in three weeks on April 15th Everyone 16 and older will be able to get a shot. We can conservatively administer three million doses a week by the end of next month, will be able to administer four million doses a week with the expectation that more supply will be made available. More JJ supply one shot but also more supplies relates to modern advisor. That expectation has set up a framework where today we are announcing that we're modifying in a stair step manner are eligibility. And that's when the governor made his announcement on April 1st in the state of California. Anyone 50 and over will be able to get a vaccine in our state. So next Thursday, anyone 50 and over will be provided the opportunity to get the vaccine on April 15th. Everybody in the state of California 16 and

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Another Mass Shooting: Suspect Under Arrest in Boulder, CO

KOGO's Evening News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Another Mass Shooting: Suspect Under Arrest in Boulder, CO

"Mass shooting in the United States. A Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa New Center. It happened today at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado. We had a very tragic incident today. Here at the King Soopers. There was loss of life. We have multiple people who were killed in this incident and I am sorry to have to report that one of them was a Boulder police officer. Boulder police chief carry on. Noguchi says six people were killed and the suspect was wounded and is under arrest. He says They're not releasing any more information right now, but may release more later tonight.

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Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns

"Report on Russia, Iran and the presidential election in Maryland. Haider in the Cocoa News Center, a U. S intelligence report says Russia and Iran spread false or inflated claims about the 2020 presidential election to sway the results but didn't try to alter the voting process. The office of the director of national intelligence is foreign actors did not Change votes or disrupt the voting process in last year's presidential election, But a broad array of foreign governments did take steps to try and influence the election. That list includes Russian President Vladimir Putin, who intelligence officials say authorized operations designed to harm President Biden's candidacy in operation by Iran was aimed at undermining former President Trump's reelection. As Cheryl Halpern on

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"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Yeah i i have a slight nit-pick about the movies. It's very different from glens. I felt like in the first couple of this movie. It seems to be building up this kind of false choice between family and music. Which will he choose. And that i found so much less engaging than this kind of bigger warmer thing that that anyone can hook into if they've ever lost lost someone they care about as it becomes more and more universal and less about this kind of obviously false choice. That's a great point. Look more interesting it is. I actually think what's interesting about. That family first thing is and what i took away from it is. That families aren't perfect. They keep secrets so they don't have to relive trauma but that trauma eventually gets passed down in other ways and in the case of the family the fact that they're not allowed to or listen to or play music because her grandfather was a musician who is thought to have abandoned his family To follow his musical dreams that trauma gets passed down from generation to generation because of silence. Yeah i don't know if anyone else got that from him. But no i think that's i think it's to the movies credit that it eventually kind of gets passed. The that idea that what he's choosing between his family and music or you're just exactly that i mean the the that is an example of this film loading itself up with more stuff that it doesn't need just to have an obstacle to overcome when there's already plenty of stuff it's just a simple quest narrative it doesn't need all this stuff but yeah i gotta say i mean there were so many things like that when hector was trying to cross from the land of the dead to the land of the living and he doesn't have the right quote unquote documentation or whatever right in his case. There's not a picture of him on an friend So visit his relatives in the land of the living on the other smart does and so he tries to like run across the cuomo border and he's crawling through the marigold pedals and the the border patrol. Agents is what i saw them. Grab him. I was just like i could not watch that scene in divorce. It from what's happening in the real world and you know in my mind. Those miracles turned into sand in. That bridge was the sonoran desert. And you know. I was having all of these feelings and emotions in that scene and i liked that i liked the leered aspect to it and maybe i had that when i was watching it and someone else didn't it was. It meant nothing to them. But i liked that i could have that. I will say when when i talk about the movie being more clever than funny one of the other things i like is how they animate the skeletons how they animate the people in the in the land of the dead. It reminds me actually a little bit of some of the ways that they played around with the body of the snowman frozen. We'd like the pieces and they would throw pieces of him all over the place. But i think this is better than that. It's a there's a governess to.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"This plot is so dense in a way that reads to me like written by committee like people being afraid that the audience isn't going to get it. You know something like this happened in wreck it ralph which is a disney movie. Disney is much more prone to this kind of narrative piling on then pixar historically has been pixar tells a simple story simply told and disney tends to like. There's the thing about the day. The dead all the mac nations and how that works then we get what miguel needs in has plans to get it which have to change the midway point and then there's a talent contest and then there's a time limit. Its own a lot. Yeah i did think you know very late in the film. There's kind of a final turn when it feels like you're out of conclusion and then you remember that there's one more thing that they kind of have to do. And when that he started felt like i'm ready for to conclude that a little a little more tightly. I agree with that. We've talked about the last fifteen minutes. The last fifteen minutes and all that plot that infrastructure falls completely. I think collapses completely so that this film can reach out of the screen. Grab your tear ducts and milk them for all their work and i felt that reaching i mean i i that to me felt like this film those less fifty minutes just up up and up and pylon until it becomes funny. How eight kingly how desperately. They're trying to milk us very specific emotional reaction. You can kind of feel working on. You can feel them. But but i but it works if it worked for me. Yeah it didn't for me but that's that's your made of stone. It actually didn't work for me. In the end it worked for me throughout. If that makes any sense i mean i just felt like it was so i could relate so much to the story. Even though i'm not mexican. I grew up in a puerto rican household. But i had a great-grandmother chew cha and in in this it's cocoa the grandmother who was in a wheelchair. She had white hair. She barely could speak and when she did. She only had memories of the past. I mean i was just like wow this movie got me you know. And it got me throughout. And i just that just hugged at my heartstrings and tugged my tear ducts or whatever yeah throughout you know not i am. Actually i have to agree with glenn. It felt a little bit piled on at the end. Yeah did you go some. It was that funny. I mean i would much rather This is going to sound glib but like more jokes would not have heard this thing. I didn't think dog worked. I didn't think the dog is that funny. I mean in fairness to this movie. You often say that. By which i only means by which i only mean to say there's a sliding scale of how much jokes matter to people in a movie like this. You are a person to whom they're very very important and he want lots of them. I felt like it was an okay number. I will say. I think the movie was more clever than funny. I liked the fact that the dog is a much lighter touch than a lot of the kind of animal sidekicks. That have very specific. It's it's less pounding you with joe. Absolutely it's it's less pounding you with silliness or adorable nece. The dog feels specific to me..

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"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"So good to have you back. Good to be back. stephen. I want to ask you first. what you thought. You have watched many a pixar movie. I heard i've seen almost all even for this show you've watched many pixar movies even watched the good dinosaur. You have how did you. How did you feel about cocoa. I really loved it. I think it starts a little slowly. It does a lot of very patient world building and it took me a little while to get fully swept into the story but at the same time that world building is so lovely and so gorgeous artistically rendered that it's easy to kind of get swept up not only in the gorgeous imagery in the land of the dead but the gorgeous leave vibrant day to day life that the film starts out in. I've heard this movie described as a love letter to mexico. i think that's kind of a lazy shorthand for this kind of thing like oh it's a it's a love letter to break share but it is an incredibly loving portrait of mexican culture. That doesn't seem to be taking a lot of shortcuts and as such it takes a while for it to fully sweep you into the story but by the time it gets to the end. The emotional payoff of this film. Is this enormous wallop. It kind of turns the emotional arc of up upside down the amount of crying you do in the first fifteen minutes of up is the amount of sign. You're in the last fifteen minutes exact but think about. How many movies have these terrible third. Act problems to me. This movie didn't have those because there's so much emotion in. Yeah i want to ask you shrinking on how you felt about. Cocoa are you. Are you a pixar movie person. I loved up okay. But i don't i wouldn't call myself a pixar movie person. Okay so how did you like cocoa. I i have to say. I went in a little bit nervous because i know for me. You know when you put a movie like this in the hands of a big studio. That's headed up by white guys and it's delving into a whole other culture and world. I worry that stuff is gonna you know. Seem off and i have to say there weren't any cringe worthy moments for me. I was so charmed. Everything was done. Just right the mix of spanish and english. The film felt really organic. And not clunky or cheesy. It felt real the used mexican 'isms like no as an ebola like mexican slang mexican spanish. I loved it. I loved the way. Mexican art was used and woven into the narrative. You know by bed. Which are those colorful banners made of tissue paper. You see them in all kinds of mexican celebrations. They're used to help. Tell the story in the beginning. I liberty has which are these magical mystical animal creatures that are made out of paper mcshea their folk art their carved of wood. They come to life in. The land of the dead is the spirit animals. There's all these references to frida kahlo. she has this hilarious cameo in the director choreographer and then there's ed nestle meta cruz who when i saw him. I thought of the mexican singer be sent mandates aka you know he's super famous and beloved mexico. He stars in all these old timey films..

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"cocoa" Discussed on Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Your Attention Please - A Hulu Podcast

"What I would love and this is something that I wish I had growing up. Is those kids that grew up in the inner city who grew up in low income households that when they have a dream, they have an idea that they will have the resources that some other kids that are very privileged that they have and I an ideal world. Be. You know if that could be equal and so. I think that As we continue to learn, it's important for us to continue to spread the knowledge in our community spread that knowledge to make. Dad Become. Reality I think on my end I agree with you breezy because you know growing up, we had so many ideas and we had. Things you want to do in life and we did have people in our lives. That told us that we couldn't do what we could do, but the reason why they told us that is because they didn't have people in their lives. That showed that they could actually do certain things, so we can't really be mad at those people i. do think that it is important in my ideal world. All the kids and children and the youth will have resources or people. To be able to succeed in their dreams, their goals in their everyday life. I'm Kimberly drew and you're listening to your attention, please eight Hulu podcast with iheartradio. This is the final episode of Your Shit please. I'm full of so many emotions I am so full of gratitude for everyone who has listened to one or eight episodes of the series I am full of sadness, because this is our last episode y'all but I am also so full of gratitude. Of, all the episodes to be are less episode today we are joined by Coco and breezy to young women entrepreneurs who also happen to be dear friends of mine and I cannot wait to get. Today's conversation kicked off Coco and breezy have been on quite a journey living in Indiana. Tennessee and Minnesota all before landing in New York with big dreams of becoming entrepreneurs with some savings, they took a big leap and turn their love of eyewear into a flourishing business today, there eyewear brand, Coco and breezy has blown up with stars like Riyana Williams in Prince wearing their creations. I am such a lover of fashion, and I think that everything that we wear that. We put honors. People's tells a story about who we are in who we hope. Will See us as an a day to day basis I am so fortunate to have worn a pair of cocoa and breezy glasses I had my first pair for south by South West probably two or three years ago and I remember coordinating each and every one of the outfits that I wore for that week around the glasses because I wanted them to be the statement piece because there is a very very very. Very special energy that goes into each of the pairs that they have each of their frames is so full of life and a story and a narrative, and there is something almost cosmic, and like you're almost like a space jam level transformation that happens when you put the glasses on, because you know that you're standing in your power, or in your power and ways that may not have been accessible to you before. Like I said I think fashion is such an incredible portal into who we are, and I think every time that I get the opportunity to share space with going breezy. I learned just a little bit more about my friends. There's so much that they accomplished in such a short amount of time, and there's so much more ahead of the both of them. So if they could have your attention, please our guest today our final guests. Hobo. Greasy I'm coco in I'm breezy, and we are co founders of cocoa and breezy eyewear. We're also co founders of a real estate property called the Lurker, and we are deejays and producers, so let's start I talking about the video that you guys made for your attention. Please on, Hulu Can you talk about what the process was for making that video? If there are things that came up, that were surprising to even you guys. You are a retelling your story to the audience. Something, that was really important to us. was insists was a project for black history month. It was very important to have a team that could also be celebrated to create the Vision, and so on our end. WHO SUPPORT IT? We as founders as well, and they support it all of our businesses, so it was, it was actually unreal, because we've never worked with the company that understood our you know. We wanted it to be very sensitive when it comes to. Celebrating things that have to do with. Black history month or LGBTQ plus world, because we think it's important that the people from inside to tell a story all the way out, and it was cool that we ended up. Shooting at our property called the Lorca. They included are I wear in a gift. Like Marketing Promo for their customers in the viewers were watching the season, which is really exciting, and we also got to score and curate the music for our episode, and let alone be in episode in share. Our story love to hear that I. Wonder If guys could talk to me and you already started to hint on in terms of personal style you guys have. Always in all the years that we've known each other been so distinct in the ways, in which you present yourselves like in truly. Oh fashion! and I wonder if you could talk about your style evolution as its change from childhood to the present day. Our style has evolved so much. I mean we always say that we evolve every couple of years and the way our style evolves is. We evolve. Our personal style based on how evolve as women and I think that's very interesting and one big time that we were trying to grow as people. We had this time where I thought. You Know Breezy Ni-. We hid behind our hair. We hid behind our sunglasses when we first moved to New York the first year. No one saw is we always just were glasses and covered. Our is in, so there was a point in our lives we we kinda felt. Lonely insecure and people who only know us from our glasses, our hair in our clothing. And we only knew ourselves for the material that was sitting on our body. So one thing we did was. We were like in order for us to grow needed. Take away something that we that we love. We ended up shaving our hair and we shaved all of our hair off and our hair with us you know, but helped us grow into a new path in our lives because I always feel like with evolution. When you take away something that you love you, have this new growth within yourself. And during that timeframe we actually slow down with wear makeup as well because we felt like we were covering up all the scars. And we didn't want people to see low scarfs, and we were covering ourselves up again with the makeup with the hair, covering our faces with the big clothing. Then once we shaved their heads. You know, stop wearing makeup We actually, and then we actually slow down wearing glasses, and we have to look people in there is. They helped us evolve with women in so now every day every year. The evolutions not only with our style, but it's with our sal within ourselves as people in his women. So I think that like cocoa, said we, once we start to grow within ourselves spiritually in coming into our womanhood. We realized that we were allowing that trauma. That childhood trauma of being bullied. It was really rolling over until adult life, and once we actually pinpointed, were those phillies were stemming from, and we felt that it was stemming from billing being bullied. We started till you know,.

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"cocoa" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"cocoa" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"We've talked a lot about how one is a things and you've written about this that really stood out to you about Coco was the strength of the women in the movie so low you taking these strong women in your life to see this movie tell me a little bit about that what is it about the women in this movie that really struck you I think I've really identified with my melody who's the great great grandmother who after her musician husband quote unquote left her she then picks up her life as her family even without a man I'm sure you know a number of people who you know families have with divorce or single parents they can see that strength in that character and that's reminded me of so many of the women in my family well that it cannot probably be easy to uproot and leave your country and have to start all over again and even if your husband is there that still a lot and then also are dealing with children and the mix or even if you know in my mom's case she came to this country when she was a teenager that is its own kind of trauma and then in you know growing up and figuring out enough to live life enjoy it and have her own family and continue on living I mean that's that's certainly to have a talk about this because I I know there are like blood feuds alien longstanding grudges we almost kind of pride ourselves like Oh that's the that's not healthy maybe forgiveness is a way for us to move on rather than to continue holding on and for in cocoa really get to see like forgiveness like they'd take multiple generations to do that but eventually it comes around and it's so cathartic like how our fall is that feeling really is yeah it was a very familiar thing so I think you've struck upon something I think all TV look at this movie and start having some conversations in the photo I lost it I mean you put your look I promised Goldblum both out of time you know conditions.

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"cocoa" Discussed on First Take

First Take

31:02 min | 2 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on First Take

"Good morning. I take on a feel good friday live from flushing the u._s. Open part of e._s._p._n.'s coverage of the final major of the season cocoa off is the young phenom who took the tennis world by notice on saturday. She will face the number one in the world naomi osaka remember she beats serena in that infamous match and we are so thrilled to be joined by her parents candy and corey. Thank you so much for in here. Let me just ask you this. Your daughter is fifteen years old and we're hearing chance cocoa cocoa cocoa an entire stadium. What is that like was a parent is thrilling to know that the that the fans really have fallen in love with her and and watching her speak at the end of the match and and i sort of teared up because like everything is coming to life for her and is dream coming true. How do you guys deal with that like a obviously you don't change your whole lives around to raise a kid to play tennis because that's her passion unless you want to have great success but i imagine you wouldn't think it would come at this level. At the age of fifteen. How do you deal with that kind of exposure and the loss of kind of a normal life for her at that age to in order to compete on this level. Well i think <hes> early on we knew that she was special. Talent wasn't sure what sports you play and then she started to fall in love with tennis tennis. Kinda chose her as she started to get better. We started making changes to our lifestyle to accommodate her success. Then give it opportunity to be successful so you know what normal is what you define for kids so a normal teenager versus another teenagers defense on what you define for him but i i wanted to play tennis and wanted to be really good at tennis so we just card to create an atmosphere where she could be the best. You can be believe it or not for me when i look at her. I obviously we know her. Age husky husky her athleticism power. It's all there but the thing i marvel at most is her poise at age fifteen. She seems to to have an incredible level of poise that some have toby. They haven't seen from twenty five thirty years for crying out loud. He talked to us about that and and where does she get that from from. How has she been able to develop that well. I think it's been a process to get there. I mean we've had seen her when she was a lot younger. Winning a match handily and start crying in the milkman almost couldn't finish the match think accommodation mother works with her. She you know my wife did individual sports so i think combination of that right over over the constantly playing tough batches had allowed batches in the juniors. I think she started develop. Boys and i think hopefully she's realizing that if she could remain poor she's giving us the best chance to be served handled the pressure and the stage with grace. It is absolutely incredible maximum. Sorry to you both division four division one athlete so so obviously you have whatever other talent you have you have to be extremely competitive and focused and dedicated nana and now you have a daughter. Who's at this level at fifteen. I imagined she's insane. Excuse insanely competitive person does that extend to outside of tennis too is she much she win it everything well. We're competitive family so that's just a natural thing. Competition is what we are is. Who's going to be the first one to the car for. We're taking two separate cars. We try to not going to be the first one home so is natural for us to be competitive. Everything shirkers flipping goings <music> all right speaking of competition saturday. She's facing the number one in the world naomi osaka. What are you most looking forward to seeing your daughter against that competition well for me. The number one thing is is to fight always fight run after the balls <hes> do the best that you can and the given circumstances never give up never reseda so when you have that mentality going in even when you can't figure something now you just keep digging another point another chance and that's what we kinda tattoo teacher. This question is more for you about you to then har- obviously he had aged fifteen. She's accomplishing great things. He's going to continue to accomplish great thing all indications point to that but we think about some of the greats we're looking at venus and serena obviously they can't go on forever. They've been great for the sport of tennis. We know what they've done. The the the great apnea gibson zina garrison people like that do you to find yourself thinking about tennis from an historical perspective as it pertains to be an african american when it comes so watching your door to perform the way she absolutely i think that <hes> at the artist you know i did a lot of research in all the prodigies but you know if the ash house a big fan and i play tennis because similar effect tiger woods had on african american men playing golf so i think that history is important. She understands that history and she knows she's going to have a place in history to inspire more people to not just play tennis but the you know be really diligent about going after their dreams and pursuing their dreams whether it's academically professionally but you'll give yourself the opportunity to be the best that you can be believed that you can do and when you look at the sport of tennis and you've seen the greats even watching serena still doing the things that she's done. I imagine you see your daughter accomplishing these things. She says that obviously she's idolized them but she wants to be the greatest ever i know. She believes she can pull it off. I believe y'all believes leave. You can pull it off with. Could you put that in perspective which expectations off not just your hope well. I told her a shoot high and our goals and being the greatest of all time you know assump- by people can say well. That's too much while you both of you being cocky and no if you play a sport you want to be the best and you want to be the greatest ever played sport now. Ultimate you'll get judged by how you perform your career but i don't know anybody that goes out to be the second best and if they are trying to be the second best. They won't even make it in a sport anyway. So that's the prospective respectively. She wants to be the greatest because she's working hard. You guys things like in order to do that nowadays a back in the day when i was a kid john mcenroe's twenty-seven he's an old man in right now you have playing to their late thirties. Yeah thirty eight be the greatest of all time. She's fifteen now talking about her playing. Maybe for the next quarter quarter century knock wood. Do you guys think about that kind of marathon for her at this level in the sport. I hope she wants to play that long. I mean i. I don't know that she you know she plays that long great if she decides after ten years you don't wanna do anymore but <hes> it is a marathon they'll so she's gotten a little bit ahead of the plan that we kinda laid out for more so we'll see how it goes but she's definitely be the curve all the law everytime we set a benchmark she seems to exceed it but that's competitiveness also because of you to incredible solid foundation that she has hit the lottery. I think with parents as well. I cannot wait for saturday. Let me tell you to see her against naomi right here at the u._s. Open thank you guys so much for being here on what they having this who you are thank you. Thank you really appreciate it. We'll be rooting for. I can't believe that gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point. Seven seven percent decrease in fits overhead body. No i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance guy go. Oh oh dope rejected increase in organic three revenue believe i could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance the break about my entire expectation. Ah we're putting together team found anticipating with not having a heating training miss preseason god. They just gonna miss games if he doesn't do it right now. In the league is talking about devaluing the running back position and he is proven that he can not only cared about three hundred and fifty plus times on a consistent basis. There aren't many backs in an s. football league that can do that. We have one on our team and there's no one in new new york and you'd be hard pressed to find someone else and so you got those kind of caliber backs on your squad their unique individuals and he is a very unique individual and he deserved to be paid like that. What a way to kick off the weekend. I take here at the u._s. Open it is a beautiful day out roger federal. Take the court right after us. At noon i take on the road for the final major of the tennis season and this is i take so we get a little football and guys you heard both emmitt smith and jerry jones very differing opinions on the subject of ezekiel elliott and the contract negotiations stephen. Who do you side with on this. Jerry jones and i'm not apologizing about one bit and i actually was kind of disappointing emmett smith was saying and i'm gonna tell you why because emmett smith of all people should be looking at the bigger picture by the way emmett. I hope you're at texas live when we show up in dallas texas next week because you know what he's sitting up there talking and bloviating about ezekiel elliott he's missing one key pivotal point in all of this emmett smith was not only a great runner he was class personify certified and even though jerry jones tim off by not paying him until they at lost the first two games following the super bowl championship in his league-leading russia's status addis the bottom line is when emmitt smith ultimately was paid and he was ultimately paid the highest running back in the highest paid running back in football. The reason why jerry rejoins was compelled wasn't just because of winning it was because there was absolutely positively no excuse whatsoever to try to wiggle your way go surf of taking care of an elite performer who was also high character off the field. When you talk about paying a guy you're not just talking about his on-field exploits. You're talking about being able to trust them. Jerry jones has never nor could he ever question. The greatness of ezekiel elliott based on purely hughley his game. You have to pay zeke elliot and he's going to get paid but the issue is. He's got some justification to hold out because what he's he's saying is not only am on negotiating with my contra with quarterback but i got to pay you this money and i know i got the pay you money but dammit i wanna make sure you understand then it leaves an indelible mark in your brain that you've got to act right and you cannot mess up because i'm trusting you but give you guarantee portions of this money for the future. That's what jerry jones is saying if he said i'm never paying zeke elliott's. I'm not gonna pay him or he. Is it worth it. I would be all over jerry jones and that will be against them. That is not what he is saying. That's the difference. I can't believe you buy that bs. Oh we need to know about his character. Let me show you perfect proof. You've just use the evidence from this. That's all nonsense. It's just ownership constantly making the argument would ever want they can find. There's not principled. It's not consistent so wherever they could find to stop from paying somebody i mean there's a cap there so it's not like he's going to spend any more or less money jerry jones but if he pays ezekiel elliott. He can't pay someone else he wants. His team seem to be as good as possible. He put these rules in place to stop him and other owners from spending the money that they would otherwise spent that. The players actually deserved so let me get this straight steven. You're claiming it's a character issue with with ezekiel elliott. He needs to make sure before he invests in the guarantee dollars that ezekiel elliott's character deserves that investment to that he won't it won't do something wild or misbehavior not produce on the field once he gets the money. Let me emmett smith wasn't like that right and it's v you just said was class personified why did sit out the first two games to get paid then if he's class personified and u._n._l._v. question about his character because it's b s is jus- has jerry jones looking not just like he was trying to not pay emmitt smith emmitt smith whose contract was up. It's not even like the old out. His contract was up was a beast was a future hall of famer had just won. A super bowl is an m._v._p. Caliber player in an era that valued the running back. He's like okay time to get paid and back then he had to sit out two games to get his money. This is just an excuse in negotiation to keep deep seeks money down and by the way i believe it's a bluff on top of that. I think zeke elliott. We'll get paid and by the way all we've heard is well. We'll make him the second highest payback. What is the guaranteed dollars. Why hasn't that been reported because everything else is nonsense. Give the man elite guaranteed dollars in the ballpark park girly and he'll play while the first of all my response to that is go ahead and make your argument about ezekiel elliott deserving his money but you can do it without misrepresenting my position. My position is clear of course every owner tries to avoid paying. Somebody ain't news jerry. Jones is gonna try to get away with not paying somebody. We know that what i'm talking about is the rationale the and the justification behind delaying of the inevitable witches paying zeke elliott ezekiel elliott is going to get paid why because ezekiel elliott is one of the best running backs in football and because he deserves his money but what i'm saying is when you take into account the thomas it is not an accident that jalen smith got his contract. It is not an accident accident. That dak prescott is having his contract negotiated. I you've got individuals who have gone about the business of putting their head down going going to work performance without bring me any additional nonsense as an owner. I'm automatically looking for an excuse to cut to cut you shorts. I'm automatically looking refund excuse to low ball. You ought to not pay you what you're worth. Of course i am because i'm a businessman as an owner and i'm going to try to get it. I'm going to try to get away with this but in the end he would have no elect stand on ezekiel. Elliott didn't act like a knucklehead from time to time and the fact that he did on jerry jones. I'm like i got the giants. That's a win got the redskins. That should be a win the miami dolphins. I should win to two. I regained okay so guess what i got to make. You wait bump it. I'll make you wait watts watts because you have caused us headaches. I'm gonna do the same for you so you're saying your argument is actually that jerry jones even though we all know it's b. S. has at at least these points that he can point to as his for his propagandist negotiations therefore you're on top of course that's what i'm saying my pointed. That's any anytime you go into a negotiate you mr negotiator with all the contract negotiator your career you notice. They people looked at excuse to to give let's talk. About what did it take your worth in bids. Short shorts always enjoyed john and i'm calling b._s. Where i see it let's talk about what this is really about the running. It's not that the running game doesn't matter anymore. It's that the position has been devalued in because running backs are considered fungible replaceable. They can all more or less do the job so it's city yeah there or so many of them but right so let's talk about emma smith said this it yeah there are so many of them but some guys are different some guys bring you additional value but but the owners have been so good at suppressing the running backs guaranteed money that they have more money to spend on other positions and that's jerry jones is trying to toe the line on and take hugh. Let me to going this pointing out. Wait a minute. I'm not like everybody else what i what i'm saying to you. Is the same thing that you're accusing jerry. Rejoins of doing is the same thing you can accuse any any owner or anybody in that position of power when it comes to negotiation the objective objective is to get the most for the least show now you could get away with that's essentially what you are accusing jerry jones while you on his side but because my point is ezekiel ezekiel elliot gives him justification to pull it off you weeks. That's mild you. Can i ask you one question. Even i understand where you're coming from based on his decisions that he made off the field etc. Two years left on the deal but they're in a position to win right now. I mean super bowl run. Do you think he's making a mistake. Playing around with contract based got an employee week three shows up in the dallas cowboys owner three. He made a mistake if they're three and did he make a mistake. Yes not take what if not so black and white what if they're one in two or two and one and there was a game that could make a difference and at the end of the season it comes down onto them in the eagles. Who's going to get a by right in the first round of the playoffs and you know as well as i do a buy in the first round you might win the super bowl whereas whereas you might just get beaten in the first man was saying something the same thing of course he's made a mistake if they lose a game or two in a potentially costume what i'm i'm saying you are set giants washington at a dolphin. I'll winnable. What if you win yet but that's to me. That's more than enough. What if you're three ben and jerry jones was right. That's saying to me that's more dangerous because when you are heavily favored to win especially against divisional rivals if you lose those games in your division to inferior teams because you weren't at one hundred percent you'll regret missing a key pivotal point here new offensive coordinator and quarterback. That's asked you for forty million dollars. Who by the way some people said you don't deserve it because you've been leaning on zeke saw jerry jones guess what i'm doing. I'm playing one contract against the because now now. I'm sitting in negotiating with dak prescott. I haven't reached an agreement yet but he's the approximate. He's on a few of these planet preseason. Let's see what he does. He goes out the opening season if he does the show up and show out without ezekiel elliott's then i've got justification but it hinshaw defense last year and this year say but you could take care of those guys so you guys are messing around so he he's looking at a jerry jones and i'm like you plan one it gets and jerry jones may end up being the biggest winner because not only made a wind gains aims but they may not but that prescott may not look at the process ezekiel. Elliott may not be there. You might be able to cut both real real quick. How dare you make that argument. You of all people religiously show over three years now. Your point is if something can go wrong. Wrong will go wrong. Guess what this is for the cowboys right now true. That's true and i will be smiling but we don't know that patients. The real deal elliott is in kabo training with the hall of famer marshall faulk and we know all eyes will be on tony pollard if he's going to be the one that gets gets the nod when we are out there for that week one opener in arlington against the new york football giants. What's the most important quality. If you're going to build a team around a superstar the hoop collective crew debated the topic and redrafted the league's best players based on a four year max contract here you see the top five is theonest followed by luca kawhi hardin and a are you seeing number twelve and thirteen stephen mex- kevin durant lebron all the the way down max kellerman. Should they be a little higher. They should be lower on the list in fact why i put a._d. Braun on this list at all. They don't belong on the list to start a franchise. You want what we don't realize lebron two hundred twelve years old this year. He's a hunt you want one hundred twelve year olds as possible one second before you go in asia for you. Go further. Let's let's take an argument other than age. You can't start a franchise because no no what i'm saying is. Is that a lot of times when we're talking. Basketball and other people are talking basketball. You're looking at the skillset because it's a given if somebody's thirty five years of age and you only got about three years left. It's a given like the example i would who wouldn't take the greek freak over lebron. I'm saying if you want to start based on age based on a variety of i'm saying because there's no argument about age. I'm not gonna pick somebody. Who's about to walk out the league. That's a problem that's that's that that's four. Liberalism didn't lebron is either one or two right. Okay okay but we're not. We're not talking about about this upcoming season okay. We're saying to start a franchise based on a four year. Max steel now katy considerably younger. If katie wasn't hurt he'd be high on the list. He is coming off an achilles. View understand like i get tom. Brady just won back to back super bowls. Since i made is my cliff prediction although clearly won the same player this year right nevertheless that makes him charlotte exception kevin durant is trying to do something something that has never been done before even dominique wilkins wasn't quite the same so katie the same still be an all star player but at thirty two years old he likely won't play at all this year that he'll play the following year and probably won't be back to beaten whatever he can be which is probably only going to be if he's lucky eighty percent of what he wants. What's was until the following season. So why would i start a franchise with guys. Only gonna give me elite. You hope production three years from now two years from now lebron okay dino okay first of all i disagree but i'm not going to get into the age thing and i say that is because they try to manipulate these accused of max and doing that but i can't stand when they do that because the reason why the guys are on the list to begin with is because it is skill set and a lot of time with debating basketball skills where you are now as a basketball skilled player. I'm not talking age. I'm just talking talent talent wise lebron james for anybody that had lebron james outside of the top bob. They need to be drug tested immediately. They make no sense katie the top box same principle don't matter to me. I'm telling you right now. Here's the deal dominique wilkins. I'm tired of that. Comparison dominique wilkins was the human highlight highlight wheel he could jump out of the moon. Kevin durant gme dunk standing up and tippy toe it. He's six seven six wingspan for crying out loud okay but dominic would have success dominic was accessory but i'm saying to you but at what may dominique dominique was the human highlight film that he was because he was a dunker that is not kevin durant kevin durant as a sniper kevin durant a marksman extraordinaire kevin durant is gonna come back and my words. He is going to the average twenty five in his sleep. You can book it and klay. Thompson is gonna come back. Every module shoots game has ever seen to remember. I said that lebron james six nine to sixty but the basketball savant that he is what he brings tables in terms of his intellect not just to skill but to have the mass mask and the girth to go with it plus the accuracy and the ability to teach the game and play it while he's on a which you said something. We're talking about building a franchisee doc. You're talking about formulating pieces are round of particular individuals to make things work look ron. James could do that in his view. We'll be okay fine. Thank easily topped by. Both of them broads number one the main but stephen. That's really not the question here if i'm asking you if you want to build a franchise so you should take an agent to consideration although here's an argument for lebron or k. d. You could say something like. I don't care how old they are over the next several seasons. I think lebron is worth more than a guy who may or may not ever be that good five years from now. I could buy that argument but i'm talking about culture center damian lillard on your team right. I'm talking about age injury history. The position they play the value they now have the value have project. We're years. Who would you start a franchise with because all right this several gods that was thought a franchise with to present. I think russell westbrook westbridge should be on this list. You know why because he's an assassin this dude is he's a kill. You want to start a franchise with a guy who's an athletic the client again. I'm not talking about him now. I'm talk to his skill set and what he's brought to the table with career. I'm looking at somebody like that. Of course i'm looking at guys age and health issues. I'm saying all right that's different but when you talk about a listed building a franchise these guys will get a win if you call them at the n._b._a. Games would they would tell you is. I'm looking at the cat skill set and it's a skill set perspective. What you bring to the tables those guys matter. I sorta greek freak love the greek freak greek freak scott a bright future ahead of him or whatever i saw him neutralizing those last four games against toronto that kind of stuff i saw them back off of him and dare him shoot. A donation is an expansion team. Stephen smith wins the expansion team. He owns the expansion team. You're not going to be good necessarily right now but you're going to different category. I'm gonna tell you can tell you anthony davis number one at probably what about zion. We'll see that's out. The i wanna see the couch took the saints ions ticket sale the more names or what you disagree with. Let's here's my point. Yes steph curry has to be considered in my top because he's the greatest shooters we've ever seen okay and in a game today where they i mean you could you could literally get caught off a passing gas macron out loud curry the marksman that he is. I can't ignore that cohen landed on both ends of the floor. We see what he does. I understand it. James harden unstoppable one on one but i don't know if i would have them in the top box because james harden his great james harden. I didn't do a lot of time. You're going to be standing around. I don't know if that's good luca danni to me the only reason he's on because he's from europe. I'm not saying he can't play he. He can play but he don't belong on that list. He doesn't belong in that list the greek freak clearly anthony davis clearly does i'm looking at guys like that. How look i think a bunch of guys don't belong long list and yes partly it's because of james harden's a thirty year old player who's defense has improved but has not played well in the playoffs when you need it most pivotal moments. I'm not having james harden in my top five steph curry you could argue even with his age should be there because he sets the right tone for franchisees unselfish shooting abilities absurd his his handles handle the whole thing so even though he's thirty years old you may say my franchise over the next four years give me steph trae young's not on the list or he gave dodgers. Some burn some run at the end there. I think trey on blue. I think doctors should be way. Williamson is way too low. If i'm starting a franchise. I'm betting that zion williamson will be a superstar. Stephen set box box office and he's still a stephen. Maybe a little bit high buco way. He can play luca play. I understand that but what i'm thinking the only reason why him and ziona on that list is because a box office appeal. I'm not saying they can't play. Please don't get me wrong but they luca is obviously he can play but in the same breath compared to those other guys. I'm not putting them on that level and then the case zion. Let's face reality. We're looking at diane and fantasizing about what he's going to be because of that. He's box off of the box office appeal that most of those guys do now one more gotta understand that i'll say one more guy that i mentioned earlier because of again culture yeah damian lillard damian lillard is not only the next thing below an m._v._p. Candidate as a player on the court in his physical prime with years to come you think loyalty the tone setter the way janas intone cetera milwaukee the fact that he wants to stay there cultivate his own team be competitive sees the other team is he's max's axes not wrong. I'm just saying that when you put up this like that. That's not what most people are thinking about. That's all i'm saying if you go to basketball arenas and they start debating you about basketball. They're they're talking strictly about a cats game. We understand age. I'm saying we understand age and attrition. That fact is you're not gonna want somebody. We understand box office appeal. We get it all of that but what you're talking about if you start debating the meats and bones about about about basketball talent. You're talking about skill set. Who's what what who brings. What steve is back in the day after jordan's second three peat. Someone said you're starting a franchise. You want jordan or shaq. No one thought shack who's as good as jordan but if anyone was starting a franchisee to take shack but that's that but that's my point which is why would it be a debate because he's a baby enjoyed his about the w might be the guy that he the order so you might say something like the freak is here but i think maybe he. He hasn't reached his limit yet so i'm gonna put them number one because i think he'd i'd even better you might mike cezanne williamson. Maybe box office but i'm not sure he'll ever been put him on convolute basketball arguments and i respect it. I'm just saying for me talking about yo. Oh skill area ks lebron just got some bulletin board material for this upcoming season and katie's comeback recovering from that injury. What's good happy friday. I'm phil murphy and this is your sports center right now. It is a happy friday for at least a couple of young american women in flushing meadows twenty-three-year-old taylor townsend fifteen-year-old cocoa goff are through to the u._s. Open third round. God gave us the biggest upset of the tournament. So far beating fourth-ranked simona hallam taus had to qualify to make the field and now has her first career win against a w._t._a. Top ten opponents the fifteen year old gough took down hungary and making off the youngest woman to reach the third round at the us open since anna corner cova in one thousand nine hundred ninety six the crowd was clearly behind off and she knew it for me is still wild. You know this is the first time like some whatnot. I the first round was the first time i actually had a chance but today it was a lot louder and a lot more consistent and <hes> <hes> i was thinking maybe feel like golden state and game seven or something like is different because like your individual player in toes weird i guess because most of the time we hear the chances for like a whole team not just me so. It was pretty cool. Next who founded ended like facing golden state in game seven gough draws defending u._s. open champ and current world number-one naomi osaka if golf swings the upset tomorrow she'd be the youngest woman to beat a reigning world number-one since jennifer capriati. Monica seles back in nineteen ninety one. That's it for sportscenter right now. Now back to bursting. I cannot wait for that match. Oh my goodness. We're here at the u._s. Open where serena williams's chasing margaret court's twenty four grand slam singles titles.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

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1:09:33 hr | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"I can read my brothers are pokemon blue i i had had my no own one ever voted for i got fucking pokomo unread on day one holy day one man wow it was very uncharacteristic of my mom to show up and for no reason be like i got you a very cool present well they they did the arctic game herranz into thinking that everything in their store was educational because they didn't so hands up but they did so light say purpose and leg mitigate medieval i know that's not the right word at a late the midnight swords and they also had a book club so every week you would come and you would rid the like discuss about that you had read that week which was genius because my mom bought me a new book every week a while yet and then they went out of business because men on because they sold education won't oh god any so sold all the po quite because of the amazon assume they went out of business owner on goes out of business it it hey was like two thousand and three this was way yet defunct 2003 um um manda huge bummer and there was a little were i think were hostile i got it i i think it's possible i got a pretty early tamagotchi from zini brain yellow gala well maybe it's because they could renege challenge we should retain mcgauchie challenge in just try and keep it tamagotchi ally for we that that that's where you have the little ocoee chain you got to feed gap yucca i'm sure he would love that seems like kind of thing merlin would like i be so into the eu during the clan and why did you ever why did you ever kid if you were a if i know i know more would even was i do and will continue.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"There are the couple of friends who had you know their own like loft and it's not like he got a couple hugh is not a you gotta mac gave years it's not like you've got an iphone when you were a kid movie no i'm not i'm not here to pee on your pu tell tell me about the to xl robot toy i actually did not know that my to excell was the second addition because it was acquired by tiger toys type mattel's tiger line but when jason snell visited our office he was like i know that's that's your desk because there's the to excell i had the original to excell i didn't even know this existed and it's this like he did too right i i could not put i remember when the had an amtrak and a winner i think it is i think yes it's a migo to excell any so so this thing's aleria 's it's like it's like if a child drawn robot was a slot machine that also had an e trek player in yep yep suicide the video for this one i'm going to lay you the commercial for the lead to x l that i had a in show notes for you merlin yep you are a little brother has more brayton's finger it you've put together since two xl sex ab not is neither ap a nut sports if i bowl of hits the foul as if ever waned frauds space too much.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Don't deny them the white they've leaking been making white legos now it's weird yeah yeah the friends series is at first looks very problematic because it's obviously aimed at little girls well here's the funny thing about friends so go look a late lego france and you can you oh god you've got to be kidding me it's all just it's the bar is barbie's for lego is now first the hang hang on now now relax relax victor look at what you're making and look at the pieces that you get you get such as the tool think about yell cui little animals which is cool but one trying to say is legco pieces allio fronts but look at the core kinds of things you can make like you can you can make all the stuff that is actually really find there weren't trying to say is there a pieces you get in leg of friends that you just don't see anywhere else and while it is a brand in the sense that it is like their thing if you make the coolest stuff i have become to approve of this because just the things that you actually setting aside the branding of it and the marketing of it the things that you actually make a really fun it's fun to make a bakery is really cool little kids love making look at little kids love food businesses is the basis of many video games that we play madonna place as the basis of many things that there's lots of like let's do a thing involving food and commerce soma say about that i was a big aquarium kid let like i wanted to relay own aquariums and and they have an entire set oh capture the fun oh i what was your travel toy ex yeah oh at aquarium no no.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"A m a vehicle like a land vehicle or flying vehicle and each legal creator set can make three tolerate them i'm not sure what yes okay i would i would appreciate a retracting amendment statements this is actually pretty good i mean i know they're the diehard legal people are like oh never buy a set that's cheating but there so flynn to make the houses especially a really cool no i like i fucking love the greater said those are great i should say i do not like the the the brand set silic flagship lego sets that you see like prominently like displayed when you go to target or whatever they i i want i liked with lego made their own ip when they made big jim rate and it was just brand and they were just inventing oriented said of experience it was cool it was it let your imagination it invite it gave you just enough that in invited you imagine nation to fill in the gaps and to say what is happening in this universe and how do you play with this and why is this fucking awesome red robot with little spaceship the flies out of it w what what's happening here it it was just it it it was so provocative and so majid if i don't i already know what happens in harry potter i don't wanna a little ray because that tells you get sally one or two i can't hide they'd hogwarts you can get it's more i'm sure that it's a better business decision for by going i'm sure they saw more sets because everyone wants they don't wanna do the though it's not as cool to imagine your own universe it's more cool to like yeah that's a hogwarts hurts ray i know exactly to play of this but that's so fucking lim okay i think you're you're not get there's kind of three genres of legco timmy one is the creator blocks that you you just it's like go crazy do what make whatever you want and then there's the second genre of like label sets where you can like open up hogwarts an open up the millennium falcon and then there's the third of genre which is you're making the millennium falcon that never touch again like i i remember one time i agree with max normally i really liked though.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Fine that's totally acceptable right but that's more fun than saying to no one in particular like hello yeah you know early ebbs after a marvel trailer like people at and roadside god god's army is coming back all water why don't say you're you make i'm embarrassed for you when you do that and i'll tell you the other place where this is really bad let me share with you one of the great joys of american movie i bet a lot of our listeners don't do this but when you leave the theater after the movie uh just shut your shut your face don't saying anything and listen to what everyone around you as saying because nobody knows what to say after a movie you're you have you of the least amount of your eye kulic accessible to you at any point in your life your brain is like rebooting and you're trying to make conversation with the people who saw the movie with and everyone's walking out and offering their thoughts and opinions on the movie and they're that they say the dumbest things in the world it's it's very funny uh totally it's the most pseudo profound too like out loud things that people say in america alec appointed like you're you're bioavailable iq is very low after movie you're little logie your maybe a balance just like i when they showed the pie from the trail yeah and just from st i mean just physiologically you've been sitting for two hours probably eating a bunch of sugar you know all your blood is like pooled in your ankles and you have a four clots in your brain and you're you're you're saying equating your heart is just trying to hump maple syrup through your body.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"They afar far yeah i said that i said to my daughter i can and repeating myself i said my dot here's here's an important thing understand eleanor forts are very funny please don't for don't for a minute doubt that are far does a funny thing is always a funny thing that's number one here's number two if you're trailer for the movie includes a ford or but joke it's not a good sign because that means that their best stuff and if it's got in one case one of them one of these animals involved animals wasn't peter rabbit but it was one of modern peter rabbit in a vault there was a but to farc jokes anna but joke in the trailer and it's like we both turn to each other ago hard pass tournament of the other ones that were so many bad ones in this woman open wrinkle the no at the novi looked looked awful i mean if i ever and i mean if when i'm like detaining want hunnam away for crimes against the state they're going to play that no movie on outer loop the drive only construct gnomes shall i only shit looking in it'll today not lay looked fucking horrible looks like it's a way out my i believe wicketkeeper vika made it it looked awful even the voice cast i was like a hate all these and sorts out is like oh i did i get the idea the idea is is going to be like trolls or smurfs right it's going to be about this community of of uh of little already come gnomes okay that's cool let's go oh god something horrible up and there's been some kind of a kind of a leftovers types of fiction that's going on here and so what do they do they bring in they totally un gnome like human figure called sherlock gnomes oh god these pollsters oh i love oh my very got i think in metro are i think there were three nut shots there.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"They're all showings of cocoa include the feature olaf's frozen adventure new paragraph the feature at is approximately 22 minutes long in his include in the full feature run time and i i did i did mention this on an irreconcilable differences that'll be coming out soon but at one point two probably twenty twenty minutes twenty minutes in the short film that was shown before the movie a is a very out in loud and proud game and turned to my daughter and said is that's cocoa and she for highlight dot org have you seen let's make up now details route is this cocoa and she goes this move i was prepared to plug myers and close myse they play to star wars trailer and they did not do that in my showing there was no wars trailer says terrible kids movie trailers i okay i have not seen a single i'm on i'm on full media blackout copier taj jerry i haven't seen a trailer i haven't seen a picture i don't know what's happening in the movie i dunno i couldn't tell you real hard right now you shit about the new star wars movie and i really hope that i go in and i like ice story wise i like it more than the the force awakens uh i'm i'm i'm trying to i'm trying to give myself every gift going into this movie of of you know middling expectations and not knowing anything about it and just go in and get blown away by it but the trailers before cocoa holy shit where they bad they were nothing but cgi characters getting hitting the nuts and then saying like it's all it's all forked up you know like doing like a lot of.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"I didn't have breakfast at his doctor died at her my safe and nothing oh man that's cocoa they're really hit i really like mad coco is real great interest to delay i've been walking around saying that's that sing the song in my head for two weeks and you know what's great is the way they can talk about this in so great that the first time you hear it is not the way you should here it's so per up uh it's really really ed alex really good movie you should see a i'm not gonna know spoilers no spoilers but merlin you would you i would rank this personally it might be after the incredible my my second favor picks are movie i would say it's up there with the incredible and wali um in terms of it i said this to some other friends in a secret channel some film fill me friends they did the one of the most improbable things in a movie today and i know this is glib but i am so frequently bought into a movie in the first act super into it in the in the second act and then looking at umc you the third act orb dc your into third act of every movie today sucks and the third act this movie's arguably the best part of the movie that is so fucking hard to do you should see this movie very soon alex it's good hope you'd see the frozen short it's only 22 minutes long okay here's an egg that easier daughter merlin i did ideally what did she what does she think that you like it did she cry yeah yeah only like the third time she cried new movie really good she decrying i've been curious of kids watching if they would cry 'cause i knew i thought i mean it's got it because it's got so we can't say too much here but but it's got moments for everybody this is the sign that was on the theater i just text it to you has this is on the window when you walk into the big x t theater and is that olaf rose there.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"But then you also have like instruct kids on what you do once he got him oh you've got the they're they're they're the big brain boys big big so that was mine i got some more links if you want more links there's apparently i dug into this morning eyes i went further into the rabbit whole and there are a lot of people who are like oh yes big jim was my first crawfish i like you didn't feel sexualizing about your toys real no no word sexually attracted to your toys no i will as i have stated before i really wish i had a robot fetish that feels like it could be my thing but none of the early months ago like i'm one of their shows like alligators tried it human were didn't cake that now what she loves is a bridge mitch bridge pitch fridge a came out of nowhere i was crossing the bridge and i saw her mighty trusses and the way that her pavement was so even and yet embracing bridge bridge bridge it now i was very fetish voice that is that's okay that's no no the person who plays you in the show time about you yeah it's alex alex after big out after dark i'd had electron a toothbrushes before but not in the biblical sense arbiter i remember jyle google this let's see if i if i had a a false memory if i was in september the false memory but it turns out israel i remember one time josh was seeing a josh who's telling me he's like the other day i was like home and i was like flipping around tv and i came across a show which i now were it no is the same shows the lady who was a love the dry the bridge called my strange addiction and the episode he said i saw episode about a woman who her addiction was that she ate the ashes of her dead husband and that she took the ashes with her everywhere and was eating the very slowly so all you know cellular that you don't need all at once yeah.

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"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cocoa" Discussed on Do By Friday

"And it mm hmm i do a max o good are you good yeah okay you've had a busy week you're always dressed uh okay it's gonna be fun you guys got i want to start the challenge right away so i can play my choice took it to get the together yeah do it challenged okay well first of all the challenge this week was i wanted you guys to bring it to basically do a show intel of your favorite childhood toy and max would you like to share what you've brought for us today well i have a whole saga you guys i don't know that i should go first god merlin url my i mean it's not that i mean it's not that good but it's not i shouldn't introduce okay okay merlin did you acquire a show until item no i didn't it's mine was ma no but hang on it's an audio programme alexandra highway roy cox us again i cuck one i thought i cut links here that i have in the share with you guys jesus do you guys know how this stuff works i mean at this point still i do not know i was thinking about what my favorite shouted toys were and obviously that varied a lot by the time and the era and like to be honest like what was popular both as toys and in media and i had i think i i would say i had a special affection for what came to be called action figures because they're definitely not dolls an action figures a like the canonical one in some ways was gi joe and he was like a twelve inch tall guy with a kungfu grip he had this kulik grip with his hand and he had like an awesome like steve bannon beard and he's really cool by at least you've been looking super good these days um this him last night i did not pull shit.

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