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What Else Will Grandpa Joe Give Away After 'Free' Internet?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | Last week

What Else Will Grandpa Joe Give Away After 'Free' Internet?

"Biden's busy reaching a deal with 20 U.S. Internet service providers to provide free quote unquote Internet access to poor people. Now, I don't know why we're stopping at the Internet access. We're reach a deal to give poor people free cars. Come on, grandpa, Joe. Give him a lot of free stuff. I wonder what the timing is behind Joe Biden suddenly coming up with a deal with AT&T Verizon Comcast and others to provide high-speed Internet access for $30 a month that will then contain a federal subsidy so that the government will pay the $30 a month for low income families. You and I are now expected to fork over money, our taxpayer dollars, so that poor people have Internet access.

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Does Racist Joy Reid Represent You, America?

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Does Racist Joy Reid Represent You, America?

"The racist joy Reid from the racist MSNBC the racist NBC and apparently the race is Comcast Which so many subsidized because otherwise why would you run somebody like this in her racist so many of her racist guests Here she is yesterday cut 9 go The thing that's so wild about this whole originalism thing which I can recall a lot of Republicans hectoring katangi Brown Jackson judge katon G Brown Jackson about original She was Hector Oh I'm sorry You mean she was questioned About her light sentences For child pornographers and those who use child pornography I'm sorry But that offend you joy may I call you joy even though you're not yeah I had the originalism If you go back to the original conception of this country first of all Melissa weren't even people It was a forget about us right But even women who were white women were considered absolutely the property and ward of their husband to be joy Reid the issue is about slavery And the issues about women in the early days of the republic Women who were crucially important in the early days of the republic Crucially important in the early days of the republic It looked how she claims the role of representing all women in this country Does she represent two America Joy Reid Whether pathetic anemic ratings does she represent you

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We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot

Mark Levin

01:21 min | Last month

We Should Get Behind Elon Musk, a Great Patriot

"Nicole Wallace is on MSNBC today Folks I want to remind you that Comcast owns MSNBC Those of you who have Comcast in your homes do the very best you can to get rid of it Look for alternatives I wouldn't say Netflix now because they're dying on the vine as they should And let me take this occasion to say that Elon Musk is one of a handful of billionaires who's actually a great patriot Who actually puts his money where his mouth is It doesn't have a big mouth this guy is not out there bullying people pushing them around Pretending he's somebody who he isn't Conducting himself like some kind of a mobster No I don't know Elon Musk I've never talked to him in my life He's the richest man on the face of the earth And he's an entrepreneur And he's serious about dealing with Twitter And we should get behind regardless of his politics We should get behind him Because he believes in free speech obviously the First Amendment doesn't apply because Twitter is not the government

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Why It Matters That Twitter Has 'Poison Pill' Clause for Elon Musk

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | Last month

Why It Matters That Twitter Has 'Poison Pill' Clause for Elon Musk

"Is that a for profit company would be deranged not to accept an offer. Much more valuable than what it's worth to sell the Elon Musk. Any businessman who actually just wants to make money would be enthusiastic about selling their company to Elon Musk. Instead, what's happening is the Twitter board has now put forward poison pill amendments. They're trying to do everything they possibly can to try and kill the deal with Elon Musk. Elon Musk is coming in with a $42 billion cash offer, and the board is coming up with every sort of argument they're doing mental calisthenics, if you will, to try to block the offer, that Elon Musk is put forward. Why would that be the case? The answer is right in front of us. It's because Twitter does not actually care about making money. Twitter is not a for profit vehicle. Instead, they are a regime megaphone and a censorship machine that camouflages is a for profit company. A for profit company would be much more interested in trying to get the maximum for their shareholders. Instead, what you have at Twitter's ideologues disguised as capitalists. You have people that are left wing activists that sit on the board of Twitter that almost own no shares collectively. Now, this is a very important point because if you're not dealing with a company and you take a step back, you say, well, all of a sudden, do market principles still apply to that company. You see, we have been led to believe that market principles drive all behavior. That people are going to want to get rich and make profit. And that is generally the case in most business transactions. The most business transactions and merger and acquisitions, you're dealing at the very end of it. Who's going to make money? Who's going to get paid and get them out of the deal? This has happened with some of the most famous merger and acquisitions, whether it be U.S. airways merging with American Airlines. The biggest merger and acquisition to the last decade, whether it be cell phone companies merging, whether it be Comcast and NBC merging into NBCUniversal. All these different types of merger and acquisition trends over the last 20 years usually it comes down to is okay, I need more money, buy me out of my deal. Maybe you can guarantee the debt and let's move on. That's what happens when you have companies dealing with companies, but Twitter is a different type of thing. It's not a company. It's never been a company by the start as a company. Some people might have got rich along the way. Jack Dorsey definitely made some money, but it changed as the type of thing it actually is in 2015 and 2016 and 17.

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Andrea Mitchell Blames Biden's Climate Failures on Ukraine War

Mark Levin

01:00 min | Last month

Andrea Mitchell Blames Biden's Climate Failures on Ukraine War

"Now we have MS LSD today Andrea Mitchell Cut ten go And finally the political impact at home first of all you've got inflationary pressure real pressure in the midterm election year You also have environmentalists criticizing the president because of his focus on increasing the supply of fossil fuels through the strategic petroleum reserve through ethanol now the increase of ethanol in the summer gas component All of this is hurting the environmental goals The climate goals of candidate Joe Biden Especially that war in Ukraine I just wish the Ukrainians would stop dying So Joe Biden could go ahead further with destroying our economic system with his quote unquote climate change and environmental goals Now this clearly is the propaganda of Comcast and their affiliates NBC and MSNBC now

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Caller: Putin Must Have Some Type of Blackmail on Joe Biden

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Caller: Putin Must Have Some Type of Blackmail on Joe Biden

"First of all I just wanted to stay real quick I believe that Russell has some type of blackmail against Joe Biden and the reason why I say that is because we are failing to Ukrainian government on giving them the weapons and the military hardware to fight the Russians I agree with you And that's very possible because the extent of the Biden families involvement with the Russians isn't known what little we know involves $3.5 million going to his son for absolutely nothing Why would the wife of the mayor of Moscow the former mayor give three and a half $1 million to Hunter Biden Makes no sense whatsoever does it Yeah I guess she adopted him She took a liking to him That's never been explained Chuck Todd won't explain it The constipated news work network they won't explain it I'm sure what Psaki now added to Comcast's magnificent conga line of freaks and frauds I'm sure they'll get to the bottom of it Anyway go ahead Jose The only question I have to say is how many more lives have to be taken away until our government in Washington D.C. actually tried to attempt to help through Ukrainian by giving them the equipment needed And honestly the proof is in the pudding I believe that their whole intention wasn't to not even help them from the very beginning And what is this day 36 30 I don't even know By the way this is a very interesting point because they seem to have done the very minimum haven't they Jose They wanted harpoon missiles because they knew that Russia would attack from the

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Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Elie Mystal: You're Not Allowed to Challenge Ketanji Brown Jackson

"LA or Eli mistol and MS LSD today Now first of all our yesterday I asked this question Why do they keep putting this man on TV at MSNBC What do they keep doing that This is Comcast You pay cable fees to Comcast which owns NBC and MSNBC Why do they keep doing that Hat tip right scoop cut one go I don't want to let the Josh hawley thing lie because here's where I need the Democrats to step up because when they try to smear her I need the Democrats to not allow another way You're not allowed to really question katani Brown Jackson They're never going to smear her They're not going to do to her what they do to every single Republican nominee But this guy works for the nation he's a real a hole Ellie style go ahead And defend her just as vociferously as Lindsey Graham defended alleged attempted rapist Brett Kavanaugh This guy is sick and hateful Go ahead Energy from the Democrats especially when they come out to her with this trumped up alleged issues about her sentencing on for sex offenders How is it trumped up Her sentencing for sex offenders has been below the sentencing guidelines in each and every case I believe there's 7 cases In each and why is that She's tried to split hairs here about the difference between those who produce child porn in those who look at it So she makes her own sentencing guidelines

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Beijing Olympics: NBC’s Coverage Ignores Chinese Atrocities

Mark Levin

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Beijing Olympics: NBC’s Coverage Ignores Chinese Atrocities

"This headline from national review by Jimmy Quinn Beijing Olympics NBC's coverage ignores Chinese atrocities NBC is owned by Comcast NBC's the sister station to MSNBC NBC has television cameras researchers so called reporters and journalists All kinds of people on the ground And Beijing Entire news enterprise And Beijing What a better way to be reporting on genocide that's taking place in communist China

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Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

"Jason Johnson is a professor tenure professor Morgan State University He appears regularly on MSNBC And this is a very in my view diabolical individual with a language that he uses And anything goes Anything goes It's really quite shocking So many of these individuals they won't condemn communist China For the genocide they're committed against Muslims So they take it out and attack the Republican Party I want you to listen to this man Why is he invited on MSNBC If the executives there and the executives at Comcast didn't approve of this kind of behavior Cut one go Here's the problem though We don't know if Trump's going to be on the back If Trump is on the ballot in 2024 it's the easiest thing and the world for Democrats because you could always run against the bad guy But I think the bigger more dangerous thing and I've been saying this for a while I'm working hard to never say Republican Party again Because there's not a party right There shouldn't fain to the IRA They're the plo to Hamas They're a dime store front for a terrorist movement They dime store up front for a terrorist movement

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The Post Millennial: Joy Reid May Lose 7pm Show in Next MSNBC Programming Shuffle

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 4 months ago

The Post Millennial: Joy Reid May Lose 7pm Show in Next MSNBC Programming Shuffle

"Deeply concerned ladies and gentlemen That such a prolific voice of racism bigotry hatred and anti americanism Could well lose her job over at MS LSD something that I've been encouraging as a matter of fact Not because I don't believe in free speech but because see she is a vile bigot in my humble opinion Just my opinion And they write at post millennial so they're the source Peers at MSNBC host joy Reed may no longer have a show on the network this spring following a round of reshuffling President of news cycle media John Nicosia announced the news on Twitter Writing That a Comcast source said quote joy Reid will lose her 7 p.m. show in the next round of reshuffling at MSNBC according to a source at Comcast Her 7 p.m. show Right Not necessarily Thrown out by the network She does not have a show commit spring the source reportedly added decision has been made The only thing left is messaging on the move which will be ratings No you should say we proudly removed we proudly removed a cancer from our supposed profession and a body politic Nicosia continued on to state that while Reid has allied at Comcast I think he means allies at Comcast she's now viewed as being unmanageable by many There we go again with a white dominant society

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Rachel Maddow, Others Try Spinning President Trump's Comments on Firing James Comey

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Rachel Maddow, Others Try Spinning President Trump's Comments on Firing James Comey

"The media are so predictable I did this interview with president Trump Part two was aired Sunday as you know Among other things the president said the best decision or one of the best decisions he ever made Was the firing of Comey because Comey would have sought to something to the effect destroy him and his administration So starting with a producer for the Rachel mad cow show over at MS LSD and I don't know why they're paying her a lot of money She loses dayne and day out that Sean Hannity She's a loser She still embraces Russia collusion Because she really has an IQ of a thumbnail And I mean that They put out oh she's so smart she's an idiot They're all idiots Now that said so it's picked up by every kook you know it's picked up by the Rolling Stone I was surprised they're still in business given what they've done It's picked up MSNBC other MSNBC and regurgitated that Trump spoke a little too much to this right winger leven Exposing himself for obstructing justice by firing Comey It just shows you folks How sick these dumb bastards are Who pose as journalists Whether they're with backbencher websites platforms or MS LSD which obviously is owned by Comcast This is

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Joy Reid Calls Pro-Life Republicans Racist

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Joy Reid Calls Pro-Life Republicans Racist

"Now I want to know again why Comcast is keeping joy read on the air I want to know what the answer is She doesn't get ratings She's not a news person She's an opinion person Okay fine But she's a racist And she's a bigot What's the difference Look it up They're slight differences But for her she's both in my view I want you to listen to what she said the other day And by Republicans and their pro life views Because nothing you can say that she disagrees with can be based on integrity and intellectual disagreement Principle morality you disagree with joy Reid You are racist in her mind Well that makes her a racist Makes her bigot In such a stupid buffoon I don't care what schools she went to Such a stupid buffoon Who just has her foot on the gas pedal of racism all the time I mean this is as I said she's Louis fair In the women's closing clothing cut 7 go Republicans love to say that they're pro life But the more accurate term is that they're pro birth Because once that baby is born they stop caring And depending on the color of your skin they may not even see you as fully human Now what it won't know what kind of a you believe that mister producer I mean it's truly

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Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Democrat Reconciliation Bill Features $1.67B Tax Handout to Media Corporations

"Well our friends at our friends at Americans for tax reform One inform you about something On page 1957 and this is being voted on tonight 1957 of the reconciliation bill such a nice passive name given to such destructive activity Democrats have included a 1.67 billion special tax handout to media companies Hello under the guise of helping local journalists In reality the provision is a product of the D.C. lobbing swamp and will benefit large media corporations Companies of any size are eligible for the tax credit You know like Comcast AT&T think about it The New York Times The Washington Post broadcast print and digital companies all qualifying Each company is allowed to claim the tax credit for up to 1500 of their employees How many humble village newspapers do you know then employ 1500 people The associated depressed recently reported that the gani corporation publisher of USA Today could get as much as 127.5 million dollars Should the tax break become law They wrote gannett one of the nation's largest remaining newspaper chains could gain as much as a $127.5 million over 5 years Kinetic is a market capitalization of $780 million It's 2020 revenue was 3.4 billion

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Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Caller Believes Trucking Has a More Diverse Community Than Corporate Board Rooms

"I was instructed for ten years I've been driving for almost 40 There's a multitude of different backgrounds out here Of Cuban black white yellow green and we have none of this Wait a minute John are you telling me trucking is more diverse than the board room at Comcast and NBC and MSNBC I was an instructor for ten years We have different backgrounds of employers that have been out there doctors lawyers that have been tired of doing those professions They've gone into trucking Different multitudes of races religions and let me tell you something We all stick together out here and Tiffany and she wants to stir up a bunch of hornets She has done it Because those truckers out here we have our own way of doing things We stick together but there is nothing racist or one sided about anything We help each other out here Every way that we can And that's a message for she had no a damn

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Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Tiffany Cross, Does It Bother You Working for a White Board of Directors at Comcast?

"By the way Jason whitlock was on my show Sunday did a fantastic job as did Byron Donald In whenever I bring somebody on my program they wind up everywhere If you notice that and here we go today So this is Tiffany cross Can you imagine going to bed at night and waking up in the morning And all you can think about is race and racism constantly Tiffany do you know that you work for a company that's called Comcast that's overwhelmingly white board of directors and the owners are white Are you aware of this Are you aware of this Tiffany Does that not repulse you And yet you're hired by them How can that be Because they think like you According to Jonathan K part that doesn't matter just because you hire black people just because they're not even if you marry them You don't get absolution because we all know if you marry a person of another faith or another race you're doing it because you want absolution It's how sick these people are That's how sick these people aren't

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NBC Will Condemn Rittenhouse, Trump, and Jan. 6 but Not Communist China

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 6 months ago

NBC Will Condemn Rittenhouse, Trump, and Jan. 6 but Not Communist China

"Are there any hosts on MSNBC Are there any hosts on NBC Any In their newsrooms especially as well as their opinion shows condemning communist China Condemning what it's done to Hong Kong condemning what it seeks to do in Taiwan condemning what it's done with the Uighurs And the Tibetans And the Christians not a one That I'm aware of Is the memo going out from the corporates at the top From Comcast and NBC corporate Keep your mouth shut instead trash Donald Trump Trash January 6th insurrection Go after Kyle rittenhouse now we know Now we know that's how it works at CNN With Jeff mother Zucker we know that Brian stelter doesn't take a dump without Jeff mothers like her telling him he can Same with fake tapper D lemon Fredo Cuomo and the rest of the frauds freaks and phonies That pretend to be journalists better propagandists at CNN

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NBC Loves the Olympics yet Ignores Reporting Real-World Issues

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 6 months ago

NBC Loves the Olympics yet Ignores Reporting Real-World Issues

"Joe Scarborough gets paid millions of dollars for relative handful of viewers In the network for which he works is owned by Comcast as his NBC This is a conglomerate NBC as I understand it mister producer do a Google and make sure I'm right about this If I'm wrong I'll correct It has exclusive rights to the television coverage Of the Olympics And pays an enormous amount of money for that Tell me if it were the 1930s would NBC be paying an enormous amount for exclusive rights to cover the Olympics in Berlin and Berlin in 1936 I think it would And I am correct Okay And with NBC be silent About the growing atrocities in Germany I think it would With Joe Scarborough be silent in all the great hosts on NBC and MSNBC Andrea Mitchell Would he be silent Maddow What other conga line reprobates are there I think they'd all be silent Just as their silent today

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"comcast" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

08:23 min | 7 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

"Three decades experience as a lawyer, policy adviser and strategist, and is served under two U.S. presidents as deputy assistant to the president for legislative affairs in the Clinton administration and his assistant to the president and cabinet secretary for the bomb administration. Thank you so much for joining us today. Our first question is, what led you to Comcast in this role? Well, thank you very much, Julia. It's great to be here with you for this podcast and I appreciate you noting my multiple roles at Comcast. They do intersect. I think with respect to overseeing the public policy group, I'm excited to be able to do that. I've had a Broadway through some public policy matters throughout my career, even going back to when I first started a capital know that legislation that drafted a variety of different measures in lots of different public policy hearings that has continued throughout my career. And so while I have taken the very strong interest to have had both in-house and physicians and technology and telecommunications, I've done a variety of public policy issues as well. But the opportunity to come to Comcast at this point in my career to oversee the broad public policy concerns of the company, whether it be from tax policy to broadband policy to closing the digital divide to many other things that compilation of things is what brought me to be excited about position at Comcast to eat all the policy group. That's one hat. The other hat is overseeing the digital equity work going back to what I worked for president Clinton in the late 90s and into 2000 of the digital divide being able to address that by providing digital equity is something that I've been concerned about and a country has been concerned about. Lawmakers on both sides have been concerned about, especially over the last several years. And so the opportunity to come in, the cop casts that help oversee those efforts as well relates to concerns about that from a moral perspective about being providing opportunities to folks. And also enhancing their educational opportunities. But also from an economic perspective. We are increasingly digitized economy across the world. And so for the U.S. to compete effectively, we need to make sure that all of our citizens really have the opportunity to be able to have the resources to compete and to succeed in a increasingly digital world. So Comcast is really over the last ten years and then looking forward, made it a great deal of resources to efforts to close the digital divide. So I was so excited about being able to do that as well. And the two roles that are sex. That's not like one day I'm over here going to set up things for policy and then the next day I'm going to digital equity, the two never really get conjoined. They actually very, very important in the way they intersect. If we could just maybe double click on that piece a little bit, can you share a little bit more about Comcast commitment to digital equity and how you define that on what's planned for the future to continue speed? Yeah, so let me start with my view of what digital equity is all about. And it's really Julian is simple. These are equity is making sure that all people have access to the digital resources, necessary to help them connect to the country to the world so that they can succeed and ever increase sake digital world where you need digital access and digital skills in order to be successful. So that's what I would broadly defy this digital equity. It's also important that people have the awareness to know what kind of resources are there. Not enough for the resources to be there. People aren't aware that those resources are available to them that they're affordable to them. So that's a big part of digital equity as well. Com gas Mitt and really goes back over the last decade, for example, in the tremendous financial resources and community partnerships with schools and individuals around the Internet essentials program, which has been designed to make sure that millions of people have access to broadband to the Internet. And so Comcast says, oh, that decade expanded on the Internet, essentially work to do a number of other things as well. So for example, going to pass decade, Comcast is providing over a 150,000 free or affordable subsidized computers to people across the country. Companies also establish a Lyft song program and made a commitment that by the end of this year, it would establish thousand live songs and communities across the country. What it lives on this is essentially it's a maybe a community center or a rec center, someplace where people can go and have access to the Internet. We know that there are many, many, many communities, many households, where people don't have access to the Internet, but they could go to a community center and be able to have that access as well. And then finally, Comcast, a year ago established something called the rise program, which is really focused on trying to make sure that small and minority owned businesses and women owned businesses had the opportunity to be able to connect in a digital world to make their businesses more successful and more connected. So those are examples what Comcast has done over past years and celebrating this past decade of enormous commitment and resources. And now as we look to the future, we've actually started a new initiative called project up, which I could describe as well, but really speaks to connecting even 50 million more people to broadband to the Internet at a number of other initiatives as well. That's great roger. Thank you. I mean, maybe building a little bit on that. I wanted to turn to a certainly related area. I know it's very important to you and personal to you frankly. Diversity and inclusion. While serving in the Obama administration, you were also appointed as chairman of The White House's, my brother's keeper task force, which is an interagency initiative designed to identify and address the disparities that hamper the success of boys and young men of color and to improve the lives of all use. Could you maybe share a little bit how you are driving diversity and inclusion, perhaps beyond just technology in your public policy and digital equity role? Yes, so I was very fortunate. As you mentioned, I had several hats in The White House as well and cabinet secretary was one and to be cheered but my brothers keep task force was another and I was proud to serve in that role course as well. It was really driven by president Obama's commitment in the wake of the Trayvon Martin tragedy and the aftermath of that and other murders of young African American men as well. And just looking at the overall disparities in circumstances that have anti to impede the success, especially a voice and young men of color, but women and young girls color as well. So we focus throughout the last three years of the Obama administration on that work. And with real hard data and evidence based approaches. And so that work continues. I continue to be the volunteer chair of my brother's keeper alliance, which is now part of the Obama foundation. And we continue to focus on addressing and supporting efforts around the country that speak to trying to clothe disparities. And disparities, neuritis mentioned, certainly in the context of technology and divide gaps, but also those that speak to issues around interactions with police, for example. And therefore addressing some of the policing, we imagining efforts that are going on across the country or speaking to suspension and expulsion rates in schools across the country and trying to come up with ways to reduce violence and communities across the country. And those are all diversity and inclusion related issues as well. Really about how to try to do everything we can possibly to make sure that people in this country no matter where they grew up, the color of their skin, their gender, having the same opportunities as a better quest, this country has been on for so long. Of course, and, you know, it takes no work of government, but also the private sector. And so Comcast like many other corporations have engaged in supporting those kinds of efforts as well. Thanks for a break. I imagine there's a bit of a transition from government to corporate work environments and cultures. And you've done that before having worked in top flight law firms. But which leadership skills and experiences have been most.

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"comcast" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

05:09 min | 7 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So it's all about connecting people with people. So I say all the time, Doug, you know, we may be in the telecom business, but really we're in the people business and that's what it's about. So, you know, I'm quite sure you brought up the idea of working from home and also sometimes working from an office and so on. We're encountering probably as users of Comcast, many people listening at least in different ways. In other words, we're probably using you guys during the during the day or the evening at home, and then sometimes may be at a business site. So can you give me an understanding of how these two parts of Comcast are different? Yeah, so the way I'll kind of describe it as the things that are different is, and I'm also going to hit on Doug if you're okay with how they're the same. So one of the key differences certainly when you start thinking about the B2B space is there's always going to be an emphasis on security. So, you know, we've got to be able to provide a secure network, secure services that a business can feel really comfortable that whatever they're moving across their network, whether it be credit card transactions, invoicing, I mean, you can think of a million different things that they know that there's their secure. They can count on it. The other thing is certainly, you know, while there are many things happening the same at home and at work today such as video conferencing, there is differences, right? So then at home really what it's about is, you know, how do we meet the needs of your personal life? And that has started to bleed into the work. But really, you know, Doug, what makes me happy is to think about I know you're a Comcast customer is that when you're done working and you've been able to enjoy that service to get your job done that at night then you can spend some time enjoying it for entertainment. So what's the same in all of that is we want to be known as a reliable provider now more than ever with many people still working at home. Some people returning to their offices. At the end of the day, we've got this great network that's reliable and we want you to know that you can count on us to deliver on that service promise. You know, it's interesting, at least for some of us who are old enough to remember this. The evolution of a company like Comcast from being, you know, a fun nice product to have at home to being basically a necessity and essential thing..

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"comcast" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Time to unveil the Comcast community champion award finalist for 2021 always such a fun time of the year to do this. Here's a little more about the award and really just kind of recognizes all the philanthropic effort throughout the NASCAR community. Source started in 2015 and you see the donations that go to the organization certainly money that can go to a terrific cause. And DJ, I think when you talk about all that goes on with all the philanthropic work and the NASCAR community, there's no one better than the guy sitting between you and I Kyle Petty with victory junction. The Kyle Petty cherry ride all that this man has done over the years is incredible, but it's just emblematic of what the entire community does exactly. Fortunately, our entire sport does a great job with all of that, but I'm gonna go ahead and say, let's just go ahead and give 2022 right here. There's nobody that has done more over the years than Kyle panty and his family. And everybody that's been involved there. And I am able to say this. Yes. When we raised our hand and said, we're going to build a camp. This is the first guy through the grave. First cat through the gate. It's all seen to make it happen. There's always remember that from camp right there. But Kyle I know that the give back of the NASCAR community has always been central to what you've done, but to see them help you at victory junction. When you come back there. Yeah, when you come to victory junction, you see Jeff Gordon, you see Dale Jay. You see Bobby Labonte. You see all these guys. So many drivers have been a Kevin Harvick wore us out on Tuesday night when NASCAR will match. He and Ryan Blaney are run Newman. So I mean, it's the NASCAR fans that have built this place. We had a family tragedy. We raised our hand and said, we're going to build a camp and bring other kids and other families here. And they came. But the NASCAR community, the fans, guys like NASCAR all that call in. Fans that followed this sport that were Dale Jarrett fans. Listen, I like to when Dale drove because he drove that 88. People make that $88 donation camp. That's pretty cool. Kevin Harvick, they only set $4 a piece. But you know, I can not joke. But it is the NASCAR fans that have built this place. By the way, here is a list of past winners of the Comcast community champion award over the years and pretty cool to see all the names that have won this award over the past couple of years, including a couple of drivers with the efforts that they have done. Bubba Wallace, among them, the Chip Ganassi, pet crew department, that was a terrific story. So some great stories in what people have done throughout the NASCAR community. So let's unveil the 2021 finalist. Here's the first finalist for this year. In a city of, you know, almost 3 million people in our region. There's a lot of need. And so we really are trying to catch a broad spectrum of different groups different constituencies to make sure that we're making a difference. When I first showed up at the racetrack, it's clear that it needed help. When he bought this track, it was run down, it hadn't been in a lot of investment in it. I mean, the person that built it to kind of ran through it and, you know, it was what it was. We went right to work. The racetrack is the cornerstone really of this community. And what it's that idle, when it was closed, it certainly was a foundational piece that was missing to this community..

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"comcast" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on NASCAR America

"It's our first time in Daytona Beach together. And the Daytona 500 is in a couple days. And I'm all dressed up ready to go. He sends me an address. It's a strip mall sushi joint behind a gas station next to the racetrack. I'm dressed with a jacket on ready to go to dinner. And there we are. Just hanging out at a sushi joint. I'm like, wow. All right. And then, you know, one of the reasons why I signed on to race for chip was the chance at sports cars, Indy car, you know, his extreme SUV team. He's involved in all facets of motor sports. And so the door's still open. I still see it as an opportunity later to run. But more probably on the sports car side doing like 24 Hours of Le Mans or going to different spots around the world and using that connection in that juice to find a good competitive car. Cool. Sounds like good stuff and that sounds very chip esque. Yeah. For that restaurant, by the way. So that sounds kind of like him now that you know him a little bit better. So just grab another phone call here, Marvin. Marvin, you're all with Kurt Busch, go ahead, bud. How you doing Kurt, my friend? Good, good to talk to you. Oh, it's great to talk to you too, Kurt. Hey, I know your voice and excited and ready for 2022 to get here to race for Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin. But we're heading in the Martinsville, one of my favorite short tracks in all of NASCAR. And I want to know, what can we expect for you in that number one team this weekend? Are you going to be are you going to be that guy that's going to get victory for Chip Ganassi or are you going to be that guy get just going to, you know, late back and wait for things to unfold to get your another win for chip. Thank you for the question and both questions so far, basically what Kyle and Dale asked me. And of course we're going to give it our all. We were 5th and in the playoff race at Martinsville last year. And we missed out on going to the final four by a handful of points. And so this year, we're not championship eligible. And we just, we want to make sure we're in the mix. And you got to do that with no damage, no fender rubs, van smart, you know, I think the Chevy's are good to go with Larson and chase. My little brother, he's got one point to the good, but I can't worry about all that too much. We just got picked the right lane on restarts. And find the right strategy with pitting or not pitting at some of those split moments. And then just at the end, you gotta be ready for it. Martinsville is chaos when now that it's the cutoff race to get to the end. Hey Kurt one final one for you. Any chance that you will join your brother in nitro rally cross since he's gonna do that after the Phoenix race this year. I got the same invite from Pastrana and my wife's looking at me. My wife's like, come on, we gotta go to Florida. You need an off season. But then I might sweetie. I'm like, sweetie, one of the racism is in Florida. It's just in northern photo. Let's go. See? Yeah. That's good. You make it happen. No, that's good stuff, man. Hey, congratulations on the awesome season. Always love catching up with you man and we'll look forward to seeing you speaking to Martinsville. No, thanks guys. Appreciate you happy me on top 5 runs. We got a finish strong, but it's always good to talk to you and reminisce about some good stories. So thank you. There you go. Thank you for Bush and Martinsville this weekend. When we come back, we'll unveil the 2021 Comcast community champion award finalist. That's coming up on NASCAR America motor.

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Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 8 months ago

Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

"I want you to listen to this from joy Reid on MSNBC Monday I meant to get to it but I'm going to get to it now Gabby petito was murdered And they're looking for her murder right now Her ex-boyfriend she happens to be white And so joy Reid notices that above all else A white girl A white girl This bastard joy read should ever ask fired Because she's a hate monger And she's always been a hate monger on social media with gays and others And she's hired by MSNBC part of NBC owned by Comcast Listen to this cut tango If you've been watching the news for the past few days or on Twitter or TikTok you're probably familiar with the name Gabby potato The 22 year old aspiring social media influencer who was reported missing after her fiance returned from their van life excursion without her On Sunday human remains believed to be potatoes were found in a national park in Wyoming An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to confirm the identity Now goes without saying that no family should ever have to endure that kind of pain And the potato family certainly deserves answers and justice But the way this story has captivated the nation has many wondering why not the same media attention when people of color go missing Well the answer actually has a name Missing white woman syndrome Missing white woman syndrome You see You all must be familiar with missing white women's syndrome because you're all afflicted with it

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Actually use the term cost amortization lifespan of the product and maintain the integrity the bread. But you don't tell people how to spend their money. I'm wondering when you're going to start pushing the ronko egg scrambling from eric in mifflin berg. There once was a man who made toast of its quality. He surely did boast for ten cents a day. You keep burn bread at bay if only it did a steak or a roast. That's really good isn't it. And i'll do one more from joshua's zentner in jacksonville. Florida while listening to friday's podcast. I finally had david aldridge moment regarding the revolution toaster. I shouted out loud. I know that toaster. You see a few months back before the nfl draft. A few people on twitter in the jacksonville area looked at the wedding registry for trevor lawrence and his bride to be marissa maori that included the revolution toaster jacksonville. Jaguars fans donated money to get this toast for them. Toaster for them and in fact raised over eleven thousand dollars which trevor has since donated to local charities. The story doesn't end there. When you said that. Bruce levenson is not in the business of sending stuff for free. This is in fact not true. As revolution cooking decided to gift a revolution toaster to the people who helped organize the gifting of the toaster for trevor. Lawrence and marissa mallory. Additionally do you think. Trevor and marissa can now use their toaster to toast waffles. Instead of having to any of jacksonville's famous waffle houses. Thanks for the years of laughter. Keep up the good work on the show. If you're out on your bike everyone always do wear white. I still need a bit of milk. Full-fat which i've warned in the meat crow wa they.

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Trinidadian goodness me. That is a hot toaster. So if i keep the toaster for ten years and i spread five times a week for example the toaster will cost me. Seventy cents per toast in trinidad and tobago money. That is a bargain. What's the code again from rob lowe. Not that rob lowe in north royalty in ohio. On friday as you act poetically about niagara falls saint louis arch and the cliffs at torrey pines. I was stunned stunned that you did not add in the beauty of seeing the waffle houses in jacksonville for me. It's pumpernickel bread. Medium toast with butter from david in newnan georgia. Have you tried turning the revolution toasters sideways with something. that impressive. who knows what would happen. You might be able to watch netflix. Hulu and amazon prime all at the same time on device like that from lauren. Helvi in mustang. Oklahoma i've never heard of that name. If you've ever been there never loved so much having people in the same room again. I hope everyone is comfortable enough. And it continues toast preference whole foods sourdot setting for three point five for the smaller end pieces and five on the middle pieces. Carry gold salted butter. That's i'm extremely intrigued. By the three hundred dollar toaster. But that's the price of three months worth of insulin pumps which i live a lot easier than toaster. Would i guess. I'll spend the money on those instead. Maybe someday of course care about your health. But i'm sure you're gonna find something in your life that you've spent three hundred bucks on your and approve that carry gold choice. I don't carry gold. You like that. Kevin bench in austin texas on a podcast earlier in the week. We're talking about a band contributing a charity when you said i don't tell people how to spend their money today. You spent the first twenty minutes telling you millions why we all need to spend three hundred dollars on a toaster you actually use the term cost amortization lifespan of the product and maintain the integrity the bread. But you don't tell people how to spend their money. I'm wondering when you're going to start pushing.

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Favorite. Pti clicky jared baby lunardi kotler. The baby lunardi must mean that he looked like joel nardi and he wore a turtleneck every day or something feels like just. Yesterday i was young kid throwing a yukon basketball stat your way in the newsroom. We'll believe it or not. I'm getting married. We've had to postpone our wedding twice already because of covid in hoping. The third time's the charm. On october thirtieth. Two thousand twenty. One just wanted to let you know. I've stayed loyal to you in the tk brand. I'm in the process of ordering my indochino suit using the promo code. I'm now trying to convince my fiance that we need to add a three hundred dollar toaster to a wedding registry. Absolutely you have to do that in case you forgot. I'm up in connecticut now. Maybe can parlay weaken in bristol into a wedding appearance. Maybe with the kickback. From indochino you can even send a revolution toaster our way. Stay well and thanks for everything bad. You aren't doing the pod back when i was with you. Congratulations to jared and good luck on october. Thirty nice halloween themed for. How are you on on three hundred bucks for a toaster. I'm not a toaster person. See i just couldn't. I'll spend three hundred bucks on an appliance for sure but i'm just not a big bread eaters so that wouldn't work for me okay. But you don't find it like repulsive in your world now. Yeah i just want to make sure. I wanna you drop it on like a blender. Maybe you have money working towards an appliance. Paid three hundred dollars but halfway through the pandemic we realized that it was critically important. That we get a supersonic blender. The could crush ice right. Yeah and so that that was probably dropped. One hundred bucks so but i'm saying if the whole thing about the toaster. I'm totally in favor of the revolution toast. But the whole thing about it is if you can get a toaster for twenty bucks forty bucks or sixty bucks and a real high. Toasters eighty bucks. How can you spend three hundred four and my position is of course you can. Just don't buy other three hundred dollars thing you were going to buy. You would get rid of in an hour and a half. It doesn't absolute. I know people who will drop choices. Three hundred bucks on a bottle of wine..

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

08:49 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Hundred thirty million dollars is a huge investment I don't see how silly doesn't offer him the deal. They may try to get the protection on injuries in there But we'll see how that goes but as you know. Would you sit down with your franchise player to discuss a contract extension. You're going to discuss the state of the team and one girl more iran. The houston rockets. He he you know james harden he had his hand maybe not on the joystick. But certainly in the copilot's seat. Daryl morey allowed hardened to have input and I suspect joel. Embiid and daryl morey trish job since he got there. It joel On a gun is good side and he has done that. They have a very close relationship. And so this this this deal may make get resolved that you wealth goes in there and says look i'm gonna sign but i'm not signing up for five more years trying to make this work. I don't care if we get a lesser package. We gotta move on. That could happen. And that's we're going to be watching for okay. Let me go to the nets who were done in by injuries. I mean durant was great. Obviously harden was. He wasn't what he was in. Kyrie irving didn't post last two or three games. Only real question here is at what point if you think this is possible. Kyrie irving will go to management and demand. That steve. Nash be fired. I keep asking a good job. You know and i think that had okay tyree not landed on his foot even with a hardened dragon that leg to mark this went to overtime in game seven. The nets would be in the conference finals. fourth quarter. three of them play that. They're the best team in basketball austin about that and also don't forget spencer dinwiddie wasn't there i know he hasn't been there in six months so it's easy to forget about him but if the nets house spencer did what he they win the series. I'm pretty confident of that. So i think what you do you know sometimes tony i i compare Basketball season sometimes to poker hands. Sometimes you have a really good hand. You're holding a couple of aces and you play all the cards right. And things don't go your way to get cracked pat riley. Kind of taught me. He didn't use a poker analogy. But you know he had name teams. You know in la that he kept coming back and like some years. The rockets got him dumb years. The celtics got him. But he wasn't telling magic johnson james worthy or kareem abdul jabbar. Get outta here. He was saying okay. Let's make a little adjustment and go back to the to the game. And so i think you know it's hard as that is to say right now. I think you you hold the hand that you just had and you get back in the game next summer you have our next year. You have some adjustments you wanna make but you bring back the same core team and you get health. You may have the trophy. And i think that's really what the nets You need to focus on. So you don't think kyrie will be an agitator and we'll try and get rid of nash honest like why do you think he doesn't like nash. Because he said when. Nash was appointed that. We're really the coaches and we don't really need a coach. Yes but that would be first off. Kyrie day to day is all over the place. And i think anybody who's on this team Psych let's get kyrie on the court will play basketball and then when he gets off the court just sort of weather and go get it do That they had read auerbach in there he might say and read. Auerbach probably realized when cari steps off the the line. I'm not gonna listen to what he says he gets on your all that he's gonna do it and we're gonna be okay. I let me let me get out of this thing and go to something else. That interests me enormously. Chris paul does he in fact have cove it. Would you expect to see him in the second he does. Well how does he have it. if he was vaccinated. How does he have it because because it wasn't vaccinated. I farted i know. He was vaccinated in february with pfizer. That's okay you know. He has a break. What they call the breakthrough infection Could happen to anybody who's vaccinated now from what i understand. He is very light. Symptoms racist dramatic. I would say not being a doctor that the vaccine didn't job that he contracted the virus and he is okay and he's going to be fine and he is not going to be sick or have to go to the hospital or have serious symptoms so evacuating works but but the thing about it is if if you can still get infected with even if you have the vaccine that means you can't have an infected person around your basketball team. You have an outbreak and and the season's over so he has to be sidelined for ten days or until he has to negative teff and he clearly hasn't had to negative test. Tony if you looked at the players who you came down with kobe during the year and there was a handful of very severe case. This is not very severe but serious cases jayson. Tatum being moved to the top of that list and there was dozens of very very minor cases. But almost all players who tested positive for covid out about two weeks because it was just hard to get back to back negative test before ten to fourteen days. So if chris. Paul is indeed totally a symptomatic which has been reported. I haven't been told that that's been reported that he's looking at a ten day situation. He was tested positive last monday. You can use your fingers. He's looking at you. Know today would be like day. Eight or nine right at a good enough to play in game two but if he has no symptoms he should be able to play in theory and game three now. Maybe had a sore throat for today's and the symptom clock didn't start to last wednesday. I don't know that By that all affects it. But if you go back and look at the regular season people missed. Most of them is two weeks. Maybe twelve days so the difference between ten and twelve days. Here's difference between missing two games three game so But that's what. But that is. From what i understand what happens and the the nba without one hundred percent vaccination has got to protect its players. And that's what they test them every day. Even when i would say that. If you lose chris paul from phoenix which is an enormous loss because of leadership. But you lose. I leonard from the clippers which is an enormous loss. Because he's the best player on the court whenever he gets on the court unless durant is playing. Dan i mean that's that's that's even isn't it. That's an even deal if you lose them both. Yes but chris. Paul we have a good feel is gonna come back and he may have one hundred percent you challenges but his knees are gonna be work you know right. I'm so so the sun. The funds actually benefit tony that. Espn has the western conference finals this year. And here's why. Espn or was on. Abc was guaranteed contractually sunday afternoon game for their sunday afternoon audience. Okay and some years That is eastern conference series and so if the if the fbi had the these they would've televised philadelphia atlanta game seven on sunday afternoon. I know this is in the weeds but it matters but because this year because tnt in espn flop back and forth with east and west conference finals. That's sunday afternoon. Game had to be game one and they couldn't be sunday night had to be sunday afternoon. And as a result the la clippers after winning that grueling series with the jazz had thirty six hours between series. And i believe that fatigue played a factor there in so while the sons it a bit of bad fortune that That chris paul goes out with this Cova positive situation They get good fortune and that the clippers have this quick turn around and they're able to jump on. I do believe fatigue played a role. They a jump on. I'm looking at milwaukee. Milwaukee unplayed till tomorrow. You don't play tomorrow. They you know they they get all these days off because tnt you know had the east these playoffs and so they have atlanta You know the atlano game seven and they you know the lottery is locked into today and the lottery is on. Espn so lotteries always going to be before one of espn game so here. We have the western towns playing two games before the east. I know that's why in the world but that and help our son's getting victory without chris paul's almost worth of winning the house. I agree with that. I do thank you for getting up early in doing this. And we'll talk soon. I appreciate your thank you brian. Thank you. Brian windhorst just great. He's just great. We'll take a break news when we return we'll talk about the ncaa's and if there's any room after that. Apparently nigel has some story about a bear somewhere. I'm tony.

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

06:43 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"She plays in. Brian windhorst instead of our nba preview nba playoff preview or nba playoff review. Or something like that. The thing brian that that stands out to me is that all four teams that are still alive. Clinched the next round on an away court. I maybe that's been done before. I don't i don't know. I don't know that statistically it matters but i found it really remarkable and i think the first question to ask you and i hope you agree with me and if not we'll just move on to a different part of the interview. What was the most like surprising result to you in the second round. I like to say atlanta Because obviously the nets were upset but they but they had injuries yes oh atlanta atlanta is number five seat yes and atlanta is a team that has very little playoff experience. I don't think any of their starters have appreciable playoff experience and they go into philadelphia in game seven and their star player. Trae young shoots five of twenty three terrible game. Yeah we could argue who their second best player is but i think bogdonovich is argument. He gets he's got a bomb. Lake shoots two of eight and shuts it down. The second half can't finish and they win that game That is a You know that's an all time. I remember like in two thousand sixteen when the cavs one game seven of the finals in golden state teams on the road in game seven. We're and we're like a a ten ten or twelve percent all time. It was almost overwhelmingly sense that time. We've seen a handful of this happen. But the bizarre circumstances of atlanta pulling this out by the way. They've won five wrote games in the playoffs. This is a huge number for any team in history in two rounds for a team that has no playoff. experience It they amazing number. So i have to say they are in what's been a year of surprises. They are a leading surprise. Right now. good. We agree on that and that allows me to just go in the in the order that i prepared these questions because the next question is poor doc doc. Rivers loses in game seven all the time all the time. Sometimes he's been up three one and loses in game seven but he loses in game seven all the time. What does it mean would they fire. Doc rivers fired. Brian brown was that his name. Would they fire doc rivers. It's but bad week. For doc rivers tony. You know earlier this week tyron lou. Gets you know the sixers or the clippers in this remarkable comeback and. What's everybody if the clipper lan saying. Well last year they got three one and you know. Let go of the rope and completely made no adjustments and this year tight luther everything in the kitchen sink and it worked and they advance boy. Are they glad they have tyler which is code for. Aren't they glad they got rid of dock and then this happens and the thing about it is. I realized that joel embiid was Limited because of that need but if you watched him play he was playing it up very high level and so there is no excuse And you know just you're straight exit knows standpoint Tobias harrison. Seth curry are two. Very good place. Are they going to be hall of famers. No but they're very good players. And in the last round against the wizards when joel went down. Doc went to those two guys and said we're going to run a two gig. 'cause he couldn't go to ben simmons right so he goes to those two guys and they were great. They carried them out of that series. Not that washington was destined for greatness. The washington did win game four and having hopes of a comeback and it was almost like he forgot that those players were in the playbook. We're watching this team. Come down the stretch of a game seven and he's running nothing for them and i'm wondering tony. What's he doing these time outs. It's not quite as bad as the mike. Good holzer timeout. That will he. He was saved from goat horns for a long time by kevin durant being one inch inside the three point line. because that's right to your brook. Lopez came out of a timeout. Without knowing that there was only two seconds on the shot clock which i absolutely cannot believe and that will be lost history. And those guys are damn lucky. But that's digression as i'm watching this game go down. I'm like what about your other. Your other guys. Who got you the number one see. They didn't get simple and see just going to joel embiid. And that's what happened last year in the in the bubble when the clippers were just melting out there. You're like why won't they do something and you got the same sensation. Why won't the sixers do something. Why won't they fight. Why is there nothing coming and you know. What are you gonna say. Doc rivers was the sideline both arms. So you can't fire the gm. Because he got the after doc and he didn't put the team together and i'm not saying fire dog. 'cause i like talk. Everybody likes doc so now. It's all landed on ben. Simmons and ben simmons now everybody wants to trade immediately. Well you're not gonna get anything for ben simmons near what. Ben simmons is worth. If ben simmons could go to a psychologist if he could learn how to shoot foul shots if he could shoot seventy percent from the line. All of this goes away because then he's not reluctant in the fourth quarter to take any shots. He's a useless player on offense in the fourth quarter. And you can't have that right not in the playoffs. I mean i. I'd like to say to you. The useless is too strong of a word. But i don't think you're wrong And so you you you sum up there conundrum. perfectly ben. Simmons could be treated absolutely. I think if they put them in the market they would get off. There's a bunch of teams who really want him but the ever the not what he's worth right or not paying the premium and the reason they not paying the premiums. Because yeah if i'm in fourteenth place ben simmons he may help me get to be a fifth-place team and now i'm worth paying for but he's not gonna get to be a first place team and so i so it's a conundrum. And here's what makes my might break the conundrum joel. Embiid is due for contract extension. This summer he is qualified to sign what they call the supermax five years..

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I'm going to pick you up dead. Let's go drove us back in so this time it's five thirty or six and the attire was a very short white denim skirt. Rip sweatshirts because that was a big thing at the time remember that rip sweatshirts like flashdance kind of thing long hair makeup has completely melted you know streaks of mascara going down my face and that's how i showed up at jackson square for john mccain said damn it good for you might have been throwing up in the bushes behind the set. I'm not sure but that's a good story. Can i mention book. Forty did make the olympic team. So we're happy for that much. Congratulations to the family. Can i mention that. That i'm sunday is the saddest day of the year because it's it's the longest day of the year which means all the days get shorter from now on. Has we go from now. To december twenty first. From the summer solstice winter solstice. everything gets shorter So sad summer solstice s s s s. And because we took so much time in the intro. Sorry no it's okay. I can't tell you how much. I hate comcast. And why destroying destroying my ability and make money yesterday and and maybe not today but for choosing to turn off the seven thirty while you were. They were there at six. So i did. I did talk to a couple of the engineers who who are contracted by comcast for comcast. They're contracted companies contracted. And i said what are you doing in off the wifi. People can't make money. They can't work dedicated. Comcast business lines useless to me. You shut it down said yeah well we only have this two hour window when we can do this and i said okay but why. Don't you tell the people on the street. Why don't you use a flyer or something. Why don't you say this is what's going to happen and go look. Don't talk to us. Talk to comcast and i sat there and i thought well what do i do. Do i call mr mrs comcast say. Hey it like in world war two. Throw the flyers down so that people understand that for the next two days or three days. Whatever it is. They're not going to have this for these particular hours. Because i don't get a rebate and i know that used to work for comcast and i don. Hey can we just thank. Jesus that i no longer really unpleasant. I'm just going to say this. I spent about three hundred dollars a month on all the cable stuff here at shed about one hundred and sixty dollars a month on all the cable stuff out in delaware and nobody ever says to me you know we. We shut down your ability to make money. So here's a rebate now. Next month's bill is going to be another fifty bucks are gonna get some new new box in a different room. You don't even have you know so anyway. We seem to have gotten through it so far today. Knock on wood. And we will be back with brian. Windhorst horse when we return. I'm tony kornheiser. You're listening to the tony kornheiser show. This is a new ad for us. This is the freshly add. Oh yeah i have had this food. I will talk about it.

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"comcast" Discussed on V103

V103

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"comcast" Discussed on V103

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"comcast" Discussed on V103

V103

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"comcast" Discussed on V103

"Great deals Comcast business beyond fast get started today at Comcast business dot com Chicago weather cloudy high forty two currently is thirty two degrees that's what's happening I'm Terry Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on V. one old three our ladies and gentlemen it is time it is hero the moment the highlight of the early morning.

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"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With paying for multiple streaming subscriptions which when you add them all up they really add up to like the cost of regular cable package so you're not actually saving money and it's quite frustrating so what Comcast is doing is they decided to make peacock free which means that you know nothing is ever truly free the consumer becomes the product in this case and they are selling our eyeballs in our attention to advertisers and it's a really interesting model because I think for a lot of people as much as they sort of the mon advertisements that when something is free it becomes very attractive and zero peacock will have sort of a premium subscription that you can pay for but even then I think Comcast is hoping to you know give that service away for free to its own subscribers who have Comcast internet or Comcast cable already and also got other cable operators to give away that service as well so they're really basing this all around getting eyeballs and people watching the service and not really worried about subscription fees you say peacock is also promising limits on those ads including how much we will actually see yes so they've committed to five minutes of ads per hour which is a few minutes look shorter than what we have on cable right now and I think beyond just the time frame I think the industry as a whole is experimenting with different types of ads so who has been on the forefront of this who has an ad supported subscription and it also cost money to to watch Hulu but with these ads they're they're making extra money off of those and they're not really as intrusive as when you think of a commercial break watching cable TV so what Hulu has for instance is something like a pause at which means if you pause your video there will be a product advertised on the screen like Charmin toilet paper or bounty paper towels and then when you read when you hit play on your video that goes away so they're looking at different ways to do this to make it less intrusive or maybe you watch you know ninety seconds of that up front and then you can stream for an hour without any interruptions so I think I was the industry looks at different ways to do this it's becoming you know less annoying for people to have these ads and very enticing to not have to pay for service were you write the Comcast is making some pretty lofty projections for peacock thirty million accounts two point five billion of revenue by twenty.

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"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"comcast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paying for multiple streaming subscriptions which when you add them all up they really add up to like the cost of regular cable package so you're not actually saving money and it's quite frustrating so what Comcast is doing is they decided to make peacock free which means that you know nothing is ever truly free the consumer becomes the product in this case and they are selling our eyeballs in our attention to advertisers and it's a really interesting model because I think for a lot of people as much as they sort of the mon advertisements that when something is free it becomes very attractive and zero peacock will have sort of a premium subscription that you can pay for but even then I think Comcast is hoping to you know give that service away for free to its own subscribers who have Comcast internet or Comcast cable already and also got other cable operators to give away that services well so they're really basing this all around getting eyeballs and people watching the service and not really worried about subscription fees you say peacock is also promising limits on those ads including how much we will actually see yes so they've committed to five minutes of ads per hour which is a few minutes look shorter than what we have on cable right now and I think beyond just the time frame I think the industry as a whole is experimenting with different types of ads so who has been on the forefront of this who has an ad supported subscription and it also cost money to to watch Hulu but with these ads they're they're making extra money off of those and they're not really as intrusive as when you think of a commercial break watching cable TV so what Hulu has for instance is something like a pas act which means if you pause your video there will be a product advertised on the screen like Charmin toilet paper or bounty paper towels and then when you read when you hit play on your video that goes away so they're looking at different ways to do this to make it less intrusive or maybe you watch you know ninety seconds of adds up front and then you can stream for an hour without any interruptions so I think as the industry looks at different ways to do this it's becoming you know less annoying for people to have these ads and very enticing to not have to pay for service were you write the Comcast is making some pretty lofty projections for peacock thirty million accounts two point five billion of revenue by twenty.

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"It's tech show. But see these days there's so much tech cars. We gotta talk about a Yogi Long Beach, California Yogi. Thank you for not saying, hey, boo. Boo. No, I never say that. Now, of course, you know, you probably hate it. When people do that to you. Well, yeah. Usually, my wife, oh, you can't mind that is Yogi you're given your birth name. No, I'm Jim, but I got it and high school plants, buddy. And so it's okay that you chose it. You can own it. It's a picnic ranger. So what can I do for Yogi? Okay. Here's the deal. I lived in Colorado for years and had Comcast Comcast before they will call. And so I have a Comcast Email now, I live in LA and Comcast is not here. Yeah. So are cable company, right and cable companies only occupy one territory, you have frontier. Probably right. For I do and I have Android phone with g mail. But okay. So they issue is eating. I haven't Comcast Email, and when I moved to LA, I quickly realized jeez, I plan. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. I called a niece who lived there. And she ported my Email for about four years. Move to Europe and closed everything out. Oh, I'm I have I'm str-. I'm stuck. I have an Email. I've had for more than twenty us. Everybody has it. And I now so I have another friend. Healdsburg, and he tried to port it. But they have this thing. Now, call it invite. Okay. Pass. Maybe Comcast is changed this. But the deal was you could continue to use your Comcast dot net address. For as long as you logged in ninety days prior to disconnecting and as long as you log in once every nine months. I would do that. And I'm in the ninety day period. I'm familiar with those rules. But but so what's the issue? I don't understand. You wanna move it or? The issue is is this that so my knees had and all you don't need her to log into it though. You can log into it yourself. You don't have to be a Comcast customer to log in. How do I log into it? Cast serve. Yeah. But well, if I'm unless I'm misunderstanding these rules, which I'm looking at you. You can log in in the same way you did before because you have Comcast dot net, Email address and password. Yes inches. Inches. Outlook on my machine. So they have webmail so you can log in via the web interface. Yeah. So there was. Yeah. So I get it. Now, I get what happened you set up your your outlook to use it. Which is exactly how you should do it in my opinion. I don't like webmail, but most people normal people not named Yogi use the web browser to get to their Email. So they log into there. They log into their Email via their web browser and that should still be still be active your. So you should be able to to log in there. And they're. I don't know. So what they're saying. Is you can you can continue to access it. I bet you when they say that they mean through the webmail interface. They may be no longer allow you to access it. The the way you did through outlook. In other words. You can't log get the server get the mail off the server in the way, you used to crack because when you call them, I wanna know is your account. And of course, my niece would call them very, but now she's gone that was kind of a backwards way to do it. But. So can I thing to do is if you can get in via the web anybody has contact to count you get six emails, right? So so let me explain this one more thing. So my friend Joe in Healdsburg, he says, okay, they do everything called an invite. All right. So he sends me the invites good for three days. So I accept the invite log in with my name, and it says, oh that's used. Well, yes. You can't get an invite. Because you're yeah. No. Okay. Okay. So. First thing you should try to do is log in on the web, so logging dot xfinity dot com and see if you can.

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"comcast" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"comcast" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"It's still coming from China. That's why supply chain security such a big deal. But but we don't have it. Unmanaged? So that's the word. You want is on managed. Yeah. Who manage me, man? Yeah. I like this twenty four point. I bought twenty. I never use all twenty four ports. But I figured well. It's good to have. I don't put mine into the euro though. I put it I it comes off of because unfortunately on my business class. Comcast I have the you can't not use Comcast router. So the euro has to be in bridged mode. Actually, that's the plume the plumes on that that's in bridge mode. And then the euro. It's so Comcast it's on the Comcast business class. And the plume is off the switch comes off the well actually comes off. But the plume is doing bridge because you can't turn off you have to pay extra if you don't want to do routing. It's really frustrating. All right. Pay so much for the business and it works. So I'm not unhappy. It's fine. Yeah. Look at the sinology mess Radyr for sure. When they come out. I like sinology lot. Nice Chinese company. Oh, it's out the MR twenty two hundred c. Mesh wifi router..

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