18 Burst results for "Conseco"
"conseco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Out McGuire is easy. Jose. Conseco is easy, You know? So why Ricky Henderson? If that's true, why are none of those faces is recognizable now than that surprised oversaturation. When you used to see when you used to see a game. It was one game that was on that week. You know, like the baseball game of the week qualified with Djokovic or using a Tony. Cool, man. Cool and Joe Garagiola yoga, right. You should get that one game. He's concentrating students. You want to do that? Well, it's It's also about the way you watch sports back then. As you could just point out. You didn't have the distraction of your phone. You weren't scrolling through Twitter half watching a game waiting for action and and a key high. You know what I mean? The key highlight to pop off the You know, all of a sudden, you hear the announcer's voice level rays and you look up from your phone. I don't know about you guys, but I do a lot of that. I read You know, my my my timeline. I agree, and it's changed The way we've watched and recognize that it's like, distracts you away from the action a little bit more, but Totti's might be the face of baseball right now. He just signed a national long term ad campaign with Gatorade. I mean game. There was a big story in Forbes recently about how Gatorade is finally kind of found what they think is going to be their next Derek Jeter that a star shortstop that they're going to build there. Baseball marketing campaign around he's got national campaigns with BMW and Adidas status already is, may be the face of the game. And even though it's a very provincial game, like he could be the one that's got huge, wide mass appeal. I think it's a good deal. I mean, Mike Mike trout. I think it get rid of my child. You bring back that if I could be like Mike, like Mike, and then you show my child my looking go to hell. What a good idea. Actually, Of course, it is a campaign for a campaign like not just like Mike. And then you'd be disappointed because it's microbe Mike Trout, though he does it in a way. That he just goes to play these unassuming He's honest, productive and he's great. Like Matisse has flash. Yes, and every there's so many highlights, not just of like You know, long home runs back flips and swing. And, you know, three accounts when they're up, you know? Yes, I absolutely do. But he you know, he does it in a way that is dramatic, And it is perfect and tailor made for social media highlights. You know what I mean? Yes. For those little split second Twitter instagram, tic tac. Highlights on Social Me. He goes first to third on a single and, you know, ends up scoring a great run where he slides through the plate, and he's got the hair and he's got the threads and shows the emotion after place that makes the makes you fund it makes you watching watching it go, man. I remember when I loved playing sports, then Yeah, it's a great A great point. It's on. I think it's a great deal for the Padres. Really? I mean, I don't do that. Don't put 20 heads together. Not only e mean, Listen, if you saw picture Christiano Ronaldo, you know, of course, you know, messy, you would know you know, Messy is wanted for the Bridge. American sports Fan would know that, though, because You know what I mean? Like, who's the kid from Phoenix that I said that the Devin Booker Devin Booker, If you put give you would never know you wouldn't do it. If I put Devin Booker in his son's uniforms, you would know that it was Devin Booker. I mean, you any harm. I could put a sign on him. That said, I am Devin Booker. And you're going still Say who you're gonna be like Tom Chambers got himself attach something. What? For? You 312 Charlie 31, Charlie 323776. That's the number if you want. Talk baseball with us. The tatty Steelman a quiz York on some other baseball stuff today, too cold. I'm excited about it. I know you are and we're going to play the song that's sweeping the nation. You don't want to miss it. It's got a White Sox time We'll be right back. You were listening to Carmen in your coat. Check this out on ESPN 1000 Chicago's.
"conseco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"conseco" Discussed on KPCC
"We were looking at a 20 year study by enmity that recently found the level of voter fraud in the US To be quote exceedingly rare, something that occurs 0.6% of the time, they said your five times more likely to get struck by lightning. How does this fit into this conversation about what's happening in Texas? Well, you know, I guess that would that would be predicated on my idea of fraud being the exact same thing as Mr Conseco's version of fraud, So the instances that he has just described here are not in fact fraud. Their election administrative errors that happen regardless of whether or not we're talking about male and voting or some other form of voting mistakes happen every year, they're generally caught their general generally remedied. It's not my view that we should limit thie away in which people can vote because of predictable election administration errors. So I think if we're talking about voter fraud, which is an intentional attempt to deceive, then that is correct. If we are going to broaden the definition of everything that could go wrong with your ballot, such that it is not counted. And call all of that fraud. Then then we're not having the same conversation. Kiko. I want to give you a chance to you to make your position clear. Are you collectively calling all of this fraud, or are you making a distinction here? No, I'm making a distinction. I'm made saying that when you've got holes in his system You cannot have that trust war. The feeling that your ballot is going to be counted or that it's going to be cancelled by somebody that's voting fraudulently. And I can give you many instances of it. And I will begin by telling you my own story which is very true in 2012. They redistricted by district In Texas, and I was given a huge vast a proper of area in El Paso, Texas. And you know that going door to door of over 100,000 people. That were on the voter registration list. Many if I would say between 85% to 90% would claim No, we don't vote. We're not citizens. Yet they were on the voter registration list, and some of them told me that they come and ask him questions of who they want new they don't want and they signed an opinion paper. It tells me it tells me that the root of a lot of this election fraud with mail in ballots comes in at the registration process when you have People that go out there and register anybody on two legs or 6 ft under and then warehouses those addresses. So when the time comes, they request those mail in ballots. Okay, so but again, this is this is I want us to be very careful here because there's anecdote. And then there is data and Jessica, can you again step in here and tell us what the data says. Yeah. The, uh, rate of non citizen voting is alarmingly low, so and your guests should know this very well. He and members of his organization are part of a Vote by mail security project with Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation, and Mr Spakovsky testified not two years ago that the rate of non citizen voting was very high and a George W. Bush appointed judge in Kansas City found his testimony to not be credible and found his opinions to be so biased as to not take them into consideration. So you know, I I don't know that we're talking about the same thing here. The The people who your guest claims are on the voter role could vote by mail. But if they're already on the voter roll, we know that these folks also qualify for driver's licenses and other forms of I d in the United States and in Texas, and so they could very easily go and vote in person. So the problem that he is pointing out is not one that is unique to vote by mail. It is not one that is unique to To Texas. I would be willing to say that he is incorrect. They're you know, just because you knock on the door of somebody who is registered to vote doesn't mean that you're talking to that person and also doesn't mean that that person is giving you correct information. Having their own candidate who they know does not support their own values, knock on their door and engage them with in conversation. Might lead people who don't want to talk to that person to say a lot of things that person leaves. This is not a representative data sample. He got curious. Are you in favor of any expansion of mail and voting eligibility because this has been an ongoing conversation? Let me let me tell you before we get there and let's start from the beginning. A lot of these studies use false information. I'm talking about personal experience. Right? Your excuse, mentally appearance with folks talking about, possibly. No. Okay. Let let definition from his point of view just didn't respond. Let me finish my my argument here. As a young lawyer in a border county. Selecting a jury in the 19 seventies, and this is historical along border areas. The judge says to about 125 veneer, man to serve on a jury. You have to be a citizen. So before the lawyers ask you questions, I'm gonna ask for the excuses of those that are not citizens. And more than 60. People get up to claim their exemption because they're not citizens. At that time they were taking the voter rolls from before the jury pool. And additionally just very, very recently, my neighbour who is married to a Venezuelan, her brother was waiting in New Ebola Rado to get his green card and his wife screen card. When the day came. He gets its notice to get his green card gets his green card and goes through a battery of people that are signing him up for other things, and he is confronted with a voter registration. And he refused to society says I'm not a citizen, and he says what you sign it now, And when you become a citizen will already have it on record. Okay, not to ask. And there are court decisions that say that you're not supposed to ask for proof of citizenship. Makiko again. This is this way. And I don't know what I need you to possible a moment, please. Okay. So again, we're talking anecdote versus data, and I want to give Jessica quick chance to respond before I have another question about mail in voting, which I want us to focus on. Just go ahead. You know, I don't know that there's much that I can say right. Like if you're in an intellectual position in which you think that all studies are flawed, and your personal experience is representative of the whole thing. There's really not much point in carrying on a conversation. I like. I think that all of the things that that your guests has just pointed out have been firmly rejected by very Republican judges at the federal level. Um, And if it were a hard problem in the way that your guests represents it to be here, then this is something that would have been born out and in the court of law, But unfortunately, given the strictures of evidence, the studies that taken to consideration non anecdotal evidence are logically more valid than the one that your guest is offering here. So you know, I think that what your guest is describing might be true. Maybe in the 19 seventies, there were 60 people who said Oh, hey, I'm not a citizen there. There. That's that's not checked right? When when you say Hey, I'm not a citizen and your injuries. You just get to leave like I could make about about five reasons that someone might misapply their citizenship in that situation. Maybe even me if I didn't want to serve on a jury, But what you're saying here is true, right? Like If we're gonna have a conversation that pits studies that our peer reviewed against personal experience that is not one of those things is more applicability to the real world. The other one isn't And so if if your responses simply, well, I've seen it Then. Then there's not much there's nowhere to go, you go. I want to get your thoughts because I think part of the larger conversation we've been having over this past several months is about How we, especially during a pandemic, how we ensure people can safely cast their vote that people are not disenfranchised. Pent the pandemic Israel about 215,000 deaths in the U. S..
"conseco" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Thiss song Pride in the name of love, a tribute to To MLK. My name is Nigel. Jason Hammer is here. You are a big baseball guy. By the way, I think it's just a nun. Believable accomplishment for Major League Baseball has been able to do through all the trouble they've gone through, and they were there the first sport to start after the pandemic. There was a basketball That's a good question. I can't remember. I know like racing came back and I agree. Let's see came back where you have C and racing. Okay, That's baseball was one of the first major major sports to come back as well. And we thought the Miami Marlins when they came down with their giant case of Verona, people were predicting that the MLB season would be shut down because one team had all those cases. And now they want a playoff game. It's today and are in the playoffs or they were a pretty good team. Still right there game away from eliminating my cubs, to be honest with you about that. Today's game got rained out up in Chicago. But, yeah, they are in the midst of a best of three serious with Cubs and they lead it one denied. And the reason I bring it baseball's because Mark McGwire is 57 years old today. One of the bash brother who see the brass brothers with Jose Conseco could take O. That's right. And the roid brothers, right if you Ah read Jose Conseco's book juiced. Conseco claims that they take turns you injecting each other in the back side to get a little extra boost. I was AH big fan of Mark McGwire, not the biggest follower of baseball, but certainly the summer Ofninety eight with him and Sammy Sosa trading homeruns was pretty exciting. S O. McGuire's 57 years old. He's the one that broke Did he break Roger Maris homerun record right in 98. He did, and he broke it against the Cubs. This is what it sounded like. Is it enough? You single season? Wow. Yeah, it was fun. And that was the year he and Sammy Sosa had that big home run race and The thing that frustrates me is a baseball fan is that McGuire like Barry Bonds didn't need to do the juice. He was already in amazing baseball player was on the Yusa Olympic team was the rookie of the year. You look at his rookie picture with the Oakland A's compared to that the final couple of years with the Cardinals. It looks like a different person. He did apologize for using the roids, right, But he's a coach now rise. A coach of the Cardinal's Yeah, I think he's still with the Cardinals, but he basically apologized to get a coaching gig. What were you telling me Something about this is because Mark McGwire's 57 years old today, but in he broke Roger Maris's homerun record. What were you saying about Roger Maris? Oh, yeah, It's weird how they're connected because Mark McGwire's birthday happens to be the exact date back in 1961 that Roger Maris hit the home run to break Babe Ruth's single season home run record. Here's the.
"conseco" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Now. Earlier in the show. We talked about the fact that there's a big story coming either tomorrow or Friday out of the Washington Post on the Washington Redskins, And it's not going to be a good one for Washington. And this is unrelated to the name change that is happening and going on. Right now. Is Washington announced a couple days ago. Yes, we're going to change the name and we're gonna have the name of a different date. As this is unfolded. There have been a lot of things that happen that If you watch a cop show you would go. I don't understand why this is why this is happening like I've had a couple of. I'm wondering why Santiago wasn't packed. Tell you what. Get back to that one minute. There's been a few moments I've had of that the past couple of days and certainly why the Washington Redskins. Minority owners would ask for a name change on a Friday and then Monday say they want out and they want out of being in business. With Daniel Snyder. OK, that's a bit of a change. Why do you want the name change? If you just want to leave? That really doesn't make sense. There's something else going on. And then today from Jason Locke and Forest, CBS, NFL insider and and other people in do Do TV and Washington have Also a really bad story is coming about Bad culture. It's toxic. Uh, it's really going to be a rough story that's going to break from The Washington Post in the next two days. And many people without blue check marks that you can't really verifying Twitter or throwing out reasons. Why, Ah, what the story could because you don't know the details yet clearly at 1% of its truce, exactly exactly. It's like Jose Conseco with juice if 30% of what he wrote about was true. Oh, my goodness. So but But listen, what? I don't want to throw out there What it's potentially going to be because we don't know we can't verify this. But what are big scandals They involved They involve around sex. They involve around drugs, right? It could be discrimination could be And you can say you see in your head. What this story could wind up being. But From every person who has said this story is coming. It has been about a toxic environment with the Washington Redskins over a long period of time and For all these things that have gone.
"conseco" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"conseco" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"As the announcer of the show I sometimes also myself into what shall I compare compare him to a summer's day rough winds do shake the Darling buds of may not tell you now that shakes his he is wearing green leotards in a justice Conseco wants access station thank god revealing the the color believe towards I'm wearing I I appreciate it I think it's I think it's fair that my audience should know today ladies and gentlemen right now I get to talk about something about someone of whom I am enamored justice Clarence Thomas I had the great privilege not much more than a month ago to be invited to the naval observatory for Christmas party at the vice president's residence and I was staggered to see in the room with me the great justice Clarence Thomas to have a few words with him my greatest regret ever is that I didn't get a selfie but that's all behind us now I have in the studio the director of a brand new film which is opening up Friday this Friday January thirty first the director Michael pack Michael welcome thank you good to be here I am thrilled that you've made this film it has gotten in call me from even such as The Washington Post and time magazine The Washington Post said that this is a Marvel of filmmaking it is a Marvel of filmmaking that two hours passed so quickly at the end of a screaming screening I recently attended there weren't many dry eyes in the room time magazine which fifty years ago used to be a thing it says that this film offers viewers rare insight into the mind of a justice known for his reticence on the public stage Michael packed tell us your story how did you come to direct a film about the great man we know is justice Clarence Thomas well I had heard from mutual friends the justice Thomas was tired of having his story told by his enemies he was tired of the half truths and outright falsehoods that were circulating about I'm so I met with them and I spoke to him and at that time I didn't know that much about a story I only knew really the confirmation part but meeting reading about I'm reading his memoir I saw it was a great story a great American story and needed to be told and fortunately I was able to convince justice Thomas to let me tell it well it's an amazing thing because I think those of us who were of age during the confirmation hearings in the early nineties you know you cannot help when you witness something like that even if you believe his side of the story to to have the narrative tainted by the other side and I think that's the horror of the data that's that that that the horror of when the me too movement goes wrong when someone is attacked when someone is smeared even if it comes to be that those things are lies the lies none the less they have a stickiness that it can haunt you for years I presume the same thing will happen with Cavanaugh that there will always be people who you know was smell comes into the room an unpleasant odor when they think of that that that person even if they can't prove it and that's it it's a gruesome thing that in this day and age that's the case especially when you know the larger story of justice Thomas so I'm I'm thrilled that you've stepped up albeit all these years later to tell the larger story well I think that's right what you say I mean not only is it very hard to come back from a smear but the people who don't like continue to try to tell his story their way the Anita hill story when the hearing his hearing was over Americans believe justice Thomas and not in need of help two to one in part because of his very passionate defense during the hearings but only a year later it had flipped because his enemies the left you know continue to tell the story and and his side did not at and they were willing to use racist stereotypes to depict him in there all these cartoons of him include Klux Klan robes as a shoe shine boy polishing Scully issues races traps that as justice Thomas says you could use with any level African American and all that stuff there the attempts to characterize them as stupid I'm talkative not smart doesn't do much work all very untrue and I think anyone who watches this film whatever their politics cannot come away still believing those caricatures of justice Thomas well I'm just so glad that as I say that this story is out no one occurred as many people as possible to see it it'll be in theaters this weekend well that's right so it'll be in about twenty twenty one theaters starting on Friday and then some more the following weeks and if you go to our website justice Thomas movie dot com you can find out if it's playing in your area I mean it's in New York two theaters in New York in DC and LA and Chicago and Dallas and Houston in Detroit it's in a lot of cities but if it's not in a city where your listeners or viewers are they can sign up on our website if they're thirty of them we can make an event happened where they are so I really encourage everyone to go there's a tendency on the part of people who are more sympathetic to Thomas said on the on the right more more religious conservatives and and political concerns not to go to movies people on the left a very good actor in movies and supporting their filmmakers but one of the reasons the left owns the culture is they care and they show up they support it I think of the film about Ruth Bader Ginsburg R. B. J. which did huge box office right nominated for an academy award right and people showed up I sought I believe people of any politics could say and benefit from the time the story but surely those for whom it resonates have to actually buy tickets and go to the theater well I'm glad you say that because you're you're right what is your journey a little bit because I I'm I'm just fascinated with the idea that you made the film has how do you get to a place where you're you're making films waited where do you start in life well I grew up you know here in New York City on the Upper West Side and we were red baby I wasn't really my parents are all right traditional you know upper west side Jewish liberals you know I they're they're still there I just came from their house but I was a liberal I grew up in this in this in the shadow of the sixties I took it in my high school everyone went there with their school charted buses to go to Washington during anti war marches I never even thought it was political yeah everyone did it and in college I was on the left and it wasn't until after college that I might I made my journey to the right was there any specific inciting incident there was a just a general series of events when I came to back to New York and is this after I went to NYU film school for awhile and started work in the film business and start to make films I saw that my colleagues in the documentary world we're making films I thought were horrible pro nuclear freeze films if you remember the nuclear freeze unilateral disarmament right now I did I did state yeah radical environmental films essentially anti American films anti capitalist films anti business films and I I just realized that I did not believe and I thought with a partner that we would make the captor story I believe that the chemistry was so clear this is what happens when you're in your twenties I thought the counter story was so clear that it would only take me five or five or six years to defeat the other side and I could go to Hollywood and making out yeah trashy movies but it didn't take five or six years and they were way more powerful than I thought and turned out to be a career well all the more reason to be in the field of media and film making because they're there many people who know what we know and yet it doesn't seem to have gained much purchase in the in the wider culture the wider culture in the media culture in Hollywood still seems to me to be dramatically left and it's a it is a strange thing in in in in a world with a free market with freedom we ought to be able to tell the stories and theoretically were able to tell the stories but there so few people are on our side of the political spectrum are telling stories it is interesting how the the left really it tend to tell you know the large majority of the stories that get told I think that is absolutely true and since I make historical documentaries and mischief making historical fictional films narrative films too I feel the leftist told all the stories of recent American history yeah they tell the story yeah just this one this is it one example they choose to tell the roof better against Rick story okay it's a good story I choose to tell the Clarence Thomas yeah even if you do these things fairly the stories you choose to tell are very significant forgive me we're gonna go to a break we'll be right back more about Clarence Thomas with Michael pack.
"conseco" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Show. We continue here with the shooting in corona at Conseco channel nine has been on it. I don't believe they've even taken a commercial break out there's anymore information almost directly overhead is pretty solid and in situations like this, where there is a death investigation these investigations could take hours up to several hours and in that case Costco's sent to open tomorrow at nine thirty in the morning. It's hard to say if that store will even open because of this ongoing investigation, and of course with the store, this is there's a lot of area to cover as well. And when you look at the amount of police and fire presence. They did exactly what they had to do respond with this type of force, especially not knowing exactly what was going on. There's lots of grounded cover in their lots of stores. With lots of aisles not knowing if there could be more shooters more than one or, or more victims throughout the store. So. But the good news is, we mentioned krona PD saying that there's no apparent threat to our community for many outstanding persons, and they went on to say that we will release more information as we work to confirm the facts that we are getting a lot of facts here tonight as to what happened inside that store at four eighty north McKinley street in corona on you mentioned. When law enforcement gets on the scene. Of course they do not know what's happening. They're alerted to the fact that there are some possible shooter inside reports of gunfire. And we have video from earlier of them actually fanning out across the parking lot looking with their flashlights into many of the park cars there. Because again, you don't know whether there's more than one shooter. There's just one alone in the store by him or herself, whether there's an accomplice at large or hiding out in one of those cars, but we yeah, we saw a number of the police officers going walking by some of the parked cars. They're looking through them looking through the windows with their flashlights safe anyone suspicious might be in them. And even though the threat has subsided. There's a lot of customer cars on the other side of that police tape. So a lot of people aren't going to be able to take their cars home tonight. Cars overnight. And I bet that Costco doesn't open to very busy Saturday before. Father's Day formation. They're going to be closed probably all day. Yeah. Well, we're still waiting on krono police to tell us. So what exactly they have confirmed at this point in time, but a lot of people.
"conseco" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Man, Halla because of them they're WikiLeaks, Email things. I had no respect for that. Julian Assange that is until I was getting Conseco visits from Pam Anderson. Who? Now that we know that the Julian Assange was smearing feces on the wall. I mean, what what what the him Anderson C in Julian Assange, did she does she like that the KiKi side of his personality? FBI does not spy on people. They do court ordered snooping. It's surveillance to spy out. How dare they they're still? They're still denying that. They that spy on CNN and MSNBC that they spy. I want to be known as. Fi. I just wanna be noticed many committed espionage. I always like to say that, you know, Hillary Clinton could've been could've been charged under the espionage act that is a good word espionage. President Trump's plan was brilliant. He was just moving people to the cities that Americans don't wanna move through the south. Well, put well put. The sanctuary cities. Spread diversity? They also spread measles. Mumps diptheria. And don't forget leprosy. Hey hanoi. Now, we know Michael.
"conseco" Discussed on KFC Radio
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"And really creates a great experience for your listener for you as well. A lot of times people have this broad idea of what their show wants to be. They don't wanna niece themselves down too much. They feel like they just talk about fitness. They just talk about or they just named his show like about nutrition, they can only talk about nutrition, very wrong. And I wanna share with you a strategy that I call intent base podcasting. Which is basically it's how you're going to. It's exactly how you're going to design your show, and it's going to it's going to be how you indoctrinate your audience into your belief system in to your way of doing things into how you get results. And it's going to be the way that you're able to really really get your listener audience to believe in the show and to believe in what you're doing leave him what you're selling. If you're selling a product if you're trying to service, you're trying to get them to convince them to do something you have to use the doctrines to their beliefs into your beliefs. Right. They have to believe that order to get X results. They have to do this this or this or they have to do things this way, they had to think of things in this nister names, these arms so intent base podcasting. Obviously is a idea that I stole from Frank Kern. And Frank courage. You don't know he is he's a marketing genius. And he has Conseco intent based branding, which is kind of the white how he operates, and I figured if it works in all marking it probably can work in podcasting. Right. So it gives you the the idea head ideas. It's it's a three step framework where to go from looking at your end customer your end listeners desired outcome, then we're gonna look at the belief systems they need to believe nor to achieve that. And then we're going to look at how you use this to create all of your content. So at the top level at the top level when you create a podcast guys friends, my friend, listen to this car away to the to the to work when you create a podcast, it needs to be about in my eyes needs to be about your customers, relate or listener. Unless you just if not if it's just about you. In just about your soapbox. And it really doesn't provide any value for the customer for listener than what the hell you doing for you. So so big thing there. I mean, you can tell stories in your show, you can talk about your life. And you're obviously, you can talk about your story, but it needs to impart a lesson to the audience it needs to impart story of value. Not just talking about how crappy your day was or how good your your spouse's? Right. It needs to impart some kind of lesson that they can take away in apply. So intent base branding. Or starting scientists podcast starched with what is desired outcome for the audience. What are they clicking on that title for?.
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"Right. Is this your only job Mukasa calibrate Amish, stayed home dad? Yeah, pretty much I had. I had a job marketing job last year also in school for marketing right now because I'm not doing quite enough yet. But yeah, this is pretty much mostly what I do. What keeps me going. It's changed kind of every year because for a while there it was just pure termination. I knew we had a good product. Now. A lot of people are watching listening, then it just kind of just turned into. I realize it actually me happy with a really bad smell of depression last few years. And we've talked about the peo- probably before, but you know, I've gone through a lot of different stuff and it just was what makes me happy. My family makes me happy. My kids make me happy, and I realize my team makes me happy. And then doing this kind of content makes me happy. Okay. Well, how can actually make make me happy, make others happy as well. And then it was in the last year we've got more regulars more of a community really built up and it's the positive emails. They sent me the comments. They send me. That's what keeps me going. And just I like to make I was a negative asshole for thirty years. And I don't want to be that person anymore. And this makes me feel positive, makes me feel like I can bring something some people so and also talked to you guys. That's a nice little perk for the podcast, where can people keep up with when we have a few podcasts actually. But so primarily everything just said yesterday, look, CONCACAF pod or Counci calibrating. You'll find this everywhere. But the Conseco bring podcast is on itunes and Spotify. That's kind of our interview show..
"Issue, Right now join t. mobile and get an unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch and more places than ever before on your phone, tablet or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can binge your Netflix favorites on your new phones, call one, eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today. Unlimited data on their network video streams at forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty gigs per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to we'll qualified customers full price, seven, twenty plus tax finance agreements required networks for two screens terms apply. Hello? Hello? Hello. Once again, this Ted Hicks, late night parents. That's the follow show. Late night, parents dot com. Who ruin tonight. I usually say across running protecting v day, but we have a full house tonight. Full house. The table is surrounded. We had the full roundtable going on today. Tonight's is officially set because this Ursula more is in the building. Devin. Moore's also in the building. Resenting race to speak up. We'll talk with Devon and everyone's shortly. Goodson see something your faces and yes, when we say we follow up with people and see how they're doing and get a recap and all the above. We do actually do it shout out to our engineer Brian graves. Big shot to w. r. a. q. ninety two seven FM that's upstate New York. W e b twelve forty AM Long Island, right? They shot to our friends at twelve forty AM ninety five nine. I don't know about you. Rich has been a couple of weeks since we've been back. Whole bunch of things have happened. We what we won't be talking about tonight and this is the best part of the show what we will talk about what we talk about. We won't talk about Brad Kavanagh. I'll good. We won't talk about the forest that went on with the White House in regards to Puerto Rico and the number eight, six eighteen sixty four or twenty nine seventy five, which if he round up his three thousand lives that were lost with hurricane, Maria, we won't be talking about that. Okay, that's it. No more conversation because I think he just did talk about it. Trouble storm for its water. I mean, it, you know, it's a good thing that of course it has been down. It was downgraded pretty quickly as soon as he got on the land went, you know, from four to three, three to category one to tropical storm. However, that does not mean it will not be as much rain that in this case, that's where the dangerous flooding everywhere. Fortunately, the winds course of subsided greatly, but was what's the last number twenty five thirty inches of rain, something like that. And some areas over the course of three days. You know, our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those down in the Carolinas area, Virginia area being affected by the storm being affected by the floods. You know if you were in an area and the national guard of the local law enforcement or the army, or whoever came through and said, you need to leave, you need to leave. They don't come through and ask you to do that just because they want you to abandon your house. It. As your life is in danger and it's a last resort pack up, get out. You know, at least last, I heard at least the the number of lives lost was. But for the last I heard with the, you can expect that, of course of changed. The town that was trending on social media was Newburgh. Where two hundred residents were rescued while and they were in the digital hundred fifty that will waning. I mean, I don't want to believe this and I don't want to sound like you know upbeat, but basically what you said. If someone is telling you if someone from whether it's federal government, one, four, spent all someone in an authoritative leadership position that was appointed or elected by the people by you. To leave or to evacuate. You have to do that. I can. I would, you know, fortunately having never been in that position. Either, but rich come on. Yeah, you can understand when they come by, especially, you know, you listen to the interviews on TV and just about every person who decided to stay set, says the same exact thing. All we wrote out the last two, three, four, five, whatever the number is. It wasn't that bad. We're going to try to ride out this one. Even though they're being told this is gonna be in a little different. It's, you know, don't look just the storm winds. Look at the rain. It's coming. It's high tide, you know, it's a confluence of bad news coming at the same time. And I mean it sure. How easy would it be for you? It would take just about everything for either your all right. I'm going to abandon my house now. Right? You can understand that, but, but like you were saying, I get it too, but are we major flood? So no, we at least I'm not right. So you take you have to take certain things into consideration. You really do. And I know we sound like the Monday morning quarterbacks here. Or maybe we don't sound like the people on Cable News Network that that we want to sound like that. But if someone is telling you. You gotta leave, you gotta go right now. Granted their issues when they're either there's a medical issue, right? Or you know. You can capable of making the trip there. There were reasons why you can't go, but if you sit and they had to say, you know, I am going to ride it out and then you're calling on the first responders and you're talking about, I'm on the second floor in the attic and the new order on the first floor for and is now in the second floor night come on man. You're not only putting your life in danger, but what about this first responders? Right. And the other people who also do need rescuing right may may be there because they absolutely could not get out. Right. We've all in terribly save again. Like you're saying, we don't want to sound harsh. We don't want to sound insensitive. Genetics definitely care about all those down there. But yeah, I on the same. Same thought pattern is you if you've been told to do it, do it. So tell me this much if you're in a situation like that hypothet- hypothetical, you're not rich. I'm not me. Okay. We're not a. Not a Long Island. Okay. We're somewhere in the deep south. We're somewhere where the tide is high. Okay. Okay, we live somewhere in Wilmington. We live somewhere near the beach. In someone knocks on your door, the badge, you know someone like I said, authority figure not saying though with the badge and gives you a life vest. Right? And gives you. A permanent magic marker. Right? And what do they tell me when the hand me this life vest in permanent magic marker and write your social on your arm or somewhere on your body and give us your next kin so that we can identify you right. After the fact. So if it doesn't, if you don't heed that warning. In this something wrong. I'm not gonna say you're wrong. Like I said, I know. By myself. I disagreed with you. I just, you know, I, you know, it's gotta be hard when that situation comes, but you're right when they're doing that, your life is being threatened. Right? And the story they're trying to wake you up. Right? Is your wakeup call, right? This is no different than when at the the former governor, Christie said, when sandy. Get Saturday off the beach. You know, don't work when you're paying right now. Right? Right now, granted for two or three hurricanes later, he was onto the. He was on the beach. Another here. No, there folks. When you hear these types of emergency situations, we hope that you're prepared. We hope that there's some type of emergency preparedness or response that you have within, you know, with your each. I guess within each of your families, you preparation is the key like like you're saying, especially if you live in. So I mean, well, I'm gonna take that back. Partially everyone should have at preparation plan. Yes, of some sort. You know, even if it's just a matter of, okay, if something goes wrong and the members of the family art together, create a plan in a location where you're going to all congregate in SEM as possible, especially if you live in certain areas where you know floods hurricanes in tornado alley, then sure you wouldn't have even more you and have a bag of things. Where do you go? You want to have something, you know, credit cards and items in ziplock bag that, yes, some cash in the bag, clothing. Some parasol nonperishable foods, you know, simple things. It doesn't have to be a, you know, a huge duffle bag livings or something that can get you and your family through for two days. But it's so funny because we've had the set of experts on here before. We have, but you sit back and say, do you have a couple of cases of water, right at home, right. Just in case, right. I mean, not the water that you you. You know, when you walking out to go to work again and you pull out, you know to take one yourself, but something that you have on the side prepares just in case just in case, I hope we've scared you enough. Shouldn't be scared. You know this, my hope we educated you enough again, we're probably a little more sensitive to these things. You know, nine eleven was you know, seventeen years ago, right? And granted, the damage in initial impact was localized to downtown Manhattan. However, the entire region, the entire country was in a state of a look at this. What do I do what's going on? What if and so with like, you know what I'm saying up here, we're a little more sensitive to these taking little Little wasn't wasn't usually usually. superstorm sandy. There's been instances where hurricane Irene, the year prior blackouts blackouts that you have to be prepared for this type of stuff. So as we segue segue, this is late night parents with rich and Ted this ways the follow the show is late night, parents dot com. Wait, you will find the latest blogs. You can find a Twitter and Facebook feeds, but you can find an archive of podcast in the studio. We have in person in person. Devin moore. Named might ring a bell to you. It might not. We'll refresh you in his supermom. Ursula more big shot. The Willmore will how you doing. Much love. So the last time we were in the in this studio together, just a brief recap. We will go through a story where we were discussing cyberbullying overall bullying, just a situation that went from bad to worse. And we talked about some of the perils of. Being online. it. online. it. Before we close out the segment tell especially in contact with you on social media. You could directly message me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, which are. My Instagram spree to speak up all lower case. My Facebook is racist, speak up, which is with each word as capital case. And my Twitter is has up. Definitely. We want to let you know late night parents does support race to speak up and we'll be in touch with you. I don't have to tell you to, you know. Don't be a stranger. You know, you know where we are, and definitely we want to stay in touch with you and find out how you know your progress is going with this initiative. So as I said before, you should be commended and. Thank you so much food for joining us today. Thank you for having you good to see you and mom continue doing what you're doing. We know you're there. You've got this young man's back here. It's it's really important. I just want to say this We is talked really important about that you also. know, you have a mom, and you have a dad I guess the effects that fully of when you were bullied, by your side but and we supportive spoke with of. the mom. We spoke with the family So that there's was going to going be times to just not and sit I know there I'm and gonna take sound it, a little preachy then we're gonna because push back. you know Right. we both had kids. And that's the most important thing you can sit There's there and times you can take when it and mom and you dad could is say, gonna tell oh, you well, something and what you was don't needed? wanna listen This is to what them. happened. All I I don't wanna know, do but x. y. the person z. to the left of me take step and the person to step to back the right to a deep of you breath. said, Think no, about times like this we're not gonna do it. when mom We're not and dad just going to are be the victims. supporting for We're these not different just going to initiatives go down and that long line and of, oh, not just this just is what happened. just the good times And. also think about the times That's that that because we're I troublesome think the one big question that you said, you know what? and Mom, I think we had this dad, discussion I got to speak in to pre you about pro. XYZ. With which discussion Are there was this for you? inquiry They're pro and pre pro like I said, we they're going discussed to be your biggest fans. when They're I was going speaking to be the ones with with the poms Ursula and and in will totally on the phone. supportive of, you know, It said just the he thing in was person financially, spiritually, what have you done? moldy Since above. that So point? make sure you You know, do we understand everything that you that need to do and listen to your parents. there was a lawsuit, Okay. that was that was happening. All right. But I guess Thanks. my concern is out All of the right. last We're gonna discussion take a quick break was. and we How will be do back we, in about thirty seconds you know, of education's being a parent office now, of you federal know student when your aid. child We hurts, provide you more heard than one hundred of course. fifty Okay. billion dollars each year in grants loans And that's, and work, you study know, funds, you hurt making you higher hurt education mentally, possible you're for anyone. physically, Federal student but aid proud sponsor of the American what do mind, you do learn more at student to ensure aid dot gov. that someone else Magin doesn't a time fall into when that no situation? one person has Parkinson's. Disease Because you know what is happens debilitated with your child? by stroke How do we avoid and no this from family happening again, suffers. The tragedy of what also are we doing? 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Good We back. came back Welcome back. and Welcome built back. lives So the question as time is, went on, since we faced the situation new challenges when you and were found with support us before, the handle. I want what to had you done? talk to my doctor and started I doing mean, groups we see that you're thought in good of doing spirits, one on one and we're counseling happy about that. at make the connection dot net. You can hear And our as stories we've always and find said tools you, we said and services to you last available time to you. if you ever needed to use the station Our daughter might or be drinking use or taking this show something is else vehicle can't talk with to her about it. push She keeps out whatever everything message secret, that you have but when I pretend everything. a, our Airways, your airwaves. So tell us All right, what have you and done since we last are time we've back. spoken, I created hashtag racist, It was good speak to have up my organization guess which helps Ursula young people and from different races excuse me, speak Ursula up about and their Devon bullying Moore with and hate us experiences. from race to speak I up. want to educate and power the Good youth to see him doing about well. Good. See him really how doing well. bad That is good to see. not You know, speaking it's like up about we always, like I said, your we always blowing, say that a, people, hey stances let's as let's well catch as the. up Winging and it let's self. talk. Let's see No, how bullying people yourself are doing will get worse if some you don't of speak the people who up do catch back up with it. somebody. Well, We don't catch in my back case, up with. I it think lets me being they paranoid will be I really a didn't even a want mainstay to go to school. here. I think so too, and And that's a when good I thing was in when school, you know I always thought young that man, they were yes, going to do something yes, yes, really, really crazy. happy about that. We'll crazier to Wanna me switch gears and for a second I was and say, rich. anxious. I don't know I also if you suffered got to see my it first this seizure. week. Did Which you see led me the to. apple town I hall ended up in the hospital with the latest gadgets and. and all the above underwhelming Besides over well, overwhelming all of that or that could happen Matt? to you because of bullying. Well, I did not You could sit also in view that the could entire also lead presentation. you to soup I to just being caught even up on some a suicidal of the very quick if it gets updates to that point, which surrounding no one should be, you shouldn't iphone have to releases. go through bullying in Hake, which is why I'll just go with I want to help man. young people with that. I really. I mean, it's okay for Well, men. actually, What are we also, at now? if Thirteen any hundred. of you out there Yeah, have no, anyone I gotta tell you who has been for bullied, a phone before please the show contact started. me on my social media's So we're at the point my now where. Twitter is price tag I'm versus going speak to turn up on by the Instagram phone is racist, for speak Nivo. up, and Oh, so it was Lord, my Facebook. gonna turn on the phone, but let me tell Okay. you Perfect. my daughter had Great. So this great idea how long ago dead. did you set Give up him your my phone your social media and let me accounts? get Have enough. you They have? give him Have you mockery had the opportunity aid, to get feedback iphone yet ten or or have any iphone going act, hasn't even started and subscribing let me to get you the and started iphone some conversations. x. max she just went I all started the way they my went all the way there. in And I my account so quickly my social turned media her accounts around a few months ago. and was just like what And since then some I people said. have been Do me contacting a favor. me I said she dominated said what about I now. said, leave their my room bullying, right now. hate experiences in what has happened in their experience experiences. The schools that would do nothing or try to cover it up. And I've been trying to do whatever I could whatever I can do to help them, but it's still hard for them. Of course. Yes. And also my goals are to. Of course, speak up at schools and I want to implement a class and to each school in the United States or even more than just the United States about bullying. Kate on want people to take a mandatory class about bullying in, hey, where you could in the class, you could set up little skiffs to show the whole school about bullying, hey, can do. And also examples pulling in hate. So you know what you what is going on and what you can do. Want to jump in here Devon and say, I thought he should be commended for not only the situation you had to go through, but the the forward steps that you take in your family's taken in the support that you received in from from your mom and dad. I would say explanation number one. When you do give that class, most people don't even realize, well, I would say most younger people might not even realize that if there they may think like they're talking hot or cracking a joke on someone or something like that. That's bullying that cyberbullying right there in the nut show. People people don't realize because I, it was funny. I think this is about maybe four years ago I did. I worked with a youth group and we were discussing cyber movie. And I and I've gone through story before where I had. I told everyone to pull out their cell phones and most of the kids that were there and they range from, I would say about eight to eighteen eighteen nineteen. Okay. And most of most of the kids pull that cell phones, I don't know if they will all working or not, or I don't know, but they actually had a cell phone in their hand, and I said to them, have you ever said anything mean online to any of your friends? And they said, I said, I said, you know, no one's in trouble regime because it was. It was a session. I did just with the youth and most of them I would say two thirds of racer saying, hey, I said something, but it was funny, and I said, you know, hey, it's funny to you and people that's like the first step. So I think it's key in what you're doing is you're educating us and what does. Say what not to say. I mean, I'm most most of the times when someone says something disparaging, then yes, they understand that that's considered, you know cyberbullying. But if they think if they're being funny and or if you've been at a situation where someone will say something and then you start to pile on. You know, you're adding to that badges. We talked before about, you know, knows believe it. Zero tolerance bullying program. I will tell you this much. I like the fact that you starting to lay the groundwork and this is something where I will tell you take your time with it. Don't be discouraged, keep pressing through. You will get, you will get speaking engagements. And it doesn't have to be a warmer, five hundred people, right? Ten people, right. And as long as you reach out Ingles I think the songs you can connect with at least one or two people, the us nature Mark, you made your Mark and you take it from there and you continue to speak out about it. Because it's it's, your story was powerful, but I like the fact that you were us taking the additional steps so you gotta keep pressing on and. There's going to be a few hiccups. You know, there's going to be a few bumps in the road. Don't let that stop you. He pressing on for Reese to speak up. We definitely support you here. Thank you. Before we close this out Ritchie, have any questions or anything? No, all I would just and a little bit to something. You just mentioned that you know, just because that bullying is really from the perspective of the recipient as you will know when someone is sitting there saying making a joke and it's like said, oh, I didn't mean anything by at those funny. And meanwhile, you're really, really hurting someone's feelings. You know, this isn't just about now while you're young in school ten naked, tell you both. We have to on an annual basis, recertify resigned documents for employer, it says we have to, we attend to a mandatory mandatory anti harassment, sexual harassment training district, Eric harassment trainings. These are all things which you know in school you call the bullying. It's called harassment a real life and you do suffer much much more serious consequences. So this is you know your your experience. And now you're teaching others chewing on this. What when you get older in real life, you know what? What the value of learning what is harassment was not an how to interact with people. So he going on what you're doing there. I think it's good in a very good. They decided to go public with it and what you have your turning it into a positive and trying to both assist others in dealing with it. And at the same time you're teaching those who may have been the perpetrators of the harassment that what they're doing is actually. Wrong to make possible. But that'll be interesting. We'll see what the FCC what the timeframe is on that. You know they saying this is going to happen within the next year or is this something that's gonna happen? Ten years from now, and they could signings person up. It's SpaceX. Could be next week could be this week. It could have already had it was right, right. The person's already in earth orbit, the Allegra riot push him out now, right? Yeah. Hippie. I mean, you wanna talk about a money maker. You wanna talk about elitist. That's for the elitist. Yes. Now sitting here with my iphone, taking pitchers orbiting around the moon. Did they mentioned anything about cost or all this homes out? I think all this is going to come out tomorrow. I'll be listening for that. This is gonna come out tomorrow. Eight o'clock Pacific time. It's gonna come at all. Big, boxing guy, not the boxing guy. Did you catch the fight last thing. I, I haven't trying to avoid anything. Of course it should be what HBO next week. So was gonna show it next week? I'm trying to hold out. I don't know. I made it through the day. I will tell you this, but I ate was a great five of the fight. Okay, great. Ray fight, a great fight. I fight. Yes, it dwarf the all right. So then what you you might be able to, you might give me this on the air right now that if it was a great fight and it wasn't a close fight, it was a close fight. And having seen that fight, do you debate the outcome? I do not debate the outcome. The outcome being debated at all nearly all right somebody it's not because it was such a good fight that it could go either way. Right. You know, I, the person that I thought was going to win. Right? Did not win. Okay. Central g one and I think you can. You can tell me I'm. were Say, don't tell this is a spoiler free show for, I'm sure it'll it'll speak out happened or ready. Yes. When I when I favor it, male person comes through. I'm Shelby finding out then. Totally. Totally. And I'm okay with it through though. I'm okay with it was really, really knowing. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, this is one of those fights where you sitting there, you just like, okay, that round could go to either person. And there were a couple of rounds like that. Right. Okay, worth. I mean fighters always, you know, have the center of the something that went. It doesn't go their way, but are the five do both of the fighters seem to acknowledge the decision? Yeah, it's totally sets up a third five that okay. We don't. We like there was no stench. Right. Okay. There was there was somewhat of a stench after the first for guess there was and you're sitting there, you like, how did that? How did that happen? Right, right. After this one, you just like, because I, I will tell you this much. I don't know anything about being a referee or judge, right? I scored at one fourteen one fourteen they had at one fifteen one. Thirteen. Okay. That's one round. There's one round. I had. I totally. I said, if this thing is a draw, I said, see it. I could see it. Right. Okay. I could see it was. I was let him in there. I was like listening to how Letterman and his it was. This wasn't an HBO thing. This was no, it was HBO thing was mex-. Caliban is coming. Okay. I like him. So. I mean, that was interesting. That was interesting. The only other thing is it will say. Is. I think the, I think you and I talked about it, but during the week. I think he was in the sea is I know so Long Island. Okay. Long. Island town, crack pike in the Sheen's. Yes. And it was actually multiple towns I find was going on here. I, I read that article because I was like, all right, this what number one, what town is this town? Is this. Right? It was a little farther east in some towns that have a reputation already for having drug and substance abuse issues. So the vending machines themselves will some of them were. I remember at least three of them that they've found the might have been more whatever, but three being mentioned of the three least two of them were placed in public space. Were, you know, nothing should have been posted at all, and one of his own some private space where at least immediately after the reporting of the incident, they weren't able to tear them down yet because it was on on privately-owned on space, but the devices themselves were labeled with it was the word pens in lower case sticker and a capital s. spends being the the full spelling? Yes. So of course it it would. It's not illegal at all to to sell a pen now, even if you want to charge. I think it was charging two dollars for these things because l. a. pan out of out of a machine short on problem. But when it's a pen is really a glass tube and there's no ink in it. And that's what these devices were. So basically as was reported, they're selling crack pipes. People were finding and you know, I, I did catch on one of the reports. You know, they had the back of the device with the phone number of the vendor in case there's an issue, call his number really clearly there. So we've heard nothing more about this. These I haven't heard more. Oh, they've been sitting here saying, okay. Stupid question. No question is stupid. As you though. When you spot something like this neltza to call in police. The police. Right. What else do you do? You call your congressman. This one, half the Pete, you could be sure half the people who saw thought, oh, it depends offensive. 'cause it was just the ones I saw were green green box with a slider for coins like you'd have legitimate wicked, dispense the pen. So did you actually see one on on the? Yes. The report. Okay. But they had pictures of a couple of them and they look the same there were, you know someone had dug a little spot con concrete down, screw these things down to the concrete and anywhere. And you know, I guess some people in the neighborhood have to notice what was laying around the ground around them. It's like a crack pipe. But as I think you're saying what one, what has it come to with someone even things? I mean, sure. That's, you know, it's head of a marketing ploy there, but I know what I'll do. I'll make some money selling crack pipes. Where are we in worse? Of course, people were buying someone was using them at their. I don't know how long the devices were mounted or any of those details kinda get the idea that was not long at all, and they were taking down, you know, even more quickly, but yeah, but like you're your your question. Yeah, you call the police. That's the first thing you do and you give me a formation that's on the device. Here's the phone number of the coal get this thing out and they will act courting if they've legally can. Again, some was I think one of them was behind a bus stop. That's the one I saw the pictures. So. I don't know. But those areas do have reputations for a very, very bad drug problem. As you know, somebody other locations around the country, but that those areas are unknown for. And so you have situations like this, which I. were aware of Painful. it? I would not. That would make no sense at all because he's trying to I, if in fact he is trying to play that game now with this one year deal and like, all right. Well, I'm just not gonna show up and I won't get paid, and. Okay, fine. And just after released me when it's over, then we know what will maybe. No, you've just taking yourself and no one's gonna win. You. Or or that mixed deal is fourteen million. It's for five, right? See his issue. And I understand because I mean, you got ownership, he ears you have to you. He's turned thirty years old thirty years old old NFL that's ancient in the NFL. Yes. Thirty years old as running back is unheard of almost this I've noticed. Right. So that's even more Clichy these you'd think he was all right. Give me that big check. And give me another one next year. So let me ask you if if he was the show up and everything going, normally this season. What's his contract. So he was just a one year contract regardless. So next season would even free would have become free anyway, apply the franchise tag twice so they can no longer apply. So he's a free agent regardless of free agent regardless. So this doesn't make any sense. Valley's your agents are out there and like the contact you so you can speak with us. Please let us know please contact us, hey, I know we're just a little little show up here, but you know, we'd like to hear from you. Why not? I was happy to the to hear this that Netflix, you know, then flicks picks up all these shows that are. I don't want to say on the scrap heap there on the bubble during the bubble network, right? Because they said, oh, it's too expensive, and we're not getting the viewership that we wanted not. I guess somewhere someone is noting that network viewership is straightened shrinking down. Yep. Shrieking drinking court. Designated survivor. I don't know if you've ever watched it that was always on my to watch list season three will be on Netflix. Nice said a sixteen episodes you'll get twelve. That's fine. I mean, that's that's already in the cans. So it's not like Netflix had the by the licensing for. We'll, we'll take that. No problem. We're not producing. It doesn't sound like they're going to continue the series after that. It's just gonna be. That's those twelve minutes it or are they gonna continue? It depends. You know what I hear that would be great. If what was the and it just my mind with Did she give you the look the of Indian defeat. Middle Eastern Local Indian way. actress. 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"We could and we ought to have but liberalism is in many ways you could say one of the things that temps do is to deconstruct culture and replace it with what i call an anti culture in the book the absence of the kind of culture and that anticulture then makes it extremely difficult if not impossible to have those kinds of conversations and debates because the presumption is always that any expansion of individual liberty is always good and any constraint upon individual liberty as always on it's kind of on its face unjustified but what we are unable then to think of are the kind of broader and universal conseco chances of what we see of as these kinds of really the ultimate the pursuit of individual choice and is it a good thing for human beings ultimately to manipulate their own nature in a sense out of existence in the same way were unable to have discussions and debates over the question of how we are using manipulated the planet as a whole so i so liberalism is not just that it sees nature as an obstacle deconstructs the realm of culture that mate that's that seems to me as the realm where those negotiations take place our tradition as we don't have one our culture is we don't have a i think that's a very interesting way to think about it i think this is i took stand i think we we had a kind of remnant culture was obviously informed by an older christian understanding of the human person and that persisted for time but the argument of my book is that the the underlying political philosophy had its own logic that eventually disassembled that that culture that tradition and that's where that's where we find ourselves today yeah no it's it's definitely religious tradition along with some others or they're in retreat and so wouldn't you says okay yup we don't have a culture we don't tradition we we've got this we've got some baggage but not much thrown over the side so we don't have to have to have to live out of those those cases we we just put in there whatever we want and so these jobs that these great the great human enterprise of self control and self governance that's up to us now we don't we don't have the tradition we don't have the shame and the guilt that motivates behavior in many religions or in small local groups where gossip plays a similar role those things are gone and now just up to.
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"Absolutely no wrongdoing and we also know the president has denied any affairs and i should add that we do not know how many calls were recorded or what the conversations specifically contained but we do know now that the feds have we know they have them glad just a few questions do we know when i mean we know keith david's and as you point out at some point represented stormy daniels mcdougal and also apparently this rnc donor elliott brady's playmate with whom he had an affair right we don't do you have any sense of timing that these tapes were were made did he have about all of them how many are no question you know we you know that's a really good question air and the truth is we don't know we don't know the answer to that i mean they just grabbed everything they could and we know that these two attorneys had multiple conversations even even recently they had multiple conversations because as you recall in an interview with with sarah side ner on cnn keep davidson said he spoke to he spoke to michael cone just recently who told him to spill his guts so we know that there was some conseco contact but i would also tell you that a spokesman for davidson tell sarah signer this evening that he never consented to having anything recording and that he's willing to pursue all of his legal rights because you know recording conversations in certain states can be illegal depending upon where the parties are.
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"All right all right moving onto other pressing matters of the day it's it was recently opening day noted is not until thursday because they started my nuts on the road i looked to see them on thursday but but yes i appreciate being able to talk about baseball in the weeds it has been way too long it's great matt i believe originally flagged in economics paper from twenty eleven that is broadly speaking about the role that individual employees play in spreading bad behavior within firms but is actually about jose conseco so for people who are not baseball fans you probably are dimly aware that the late nineteen ninety s and early two thousands saw really really widespread use of steroids in baseball that led to a lot of people who had not previously been known as power hitters unle hitting lots of home runs that this you know major league baseball has spent the last several years trying to crack down on this instituted mandatory drug testing more strictly in twenty three see there have been a couple of high profile busts in that time but the impact of steroids on baseball statistics players performance is like no one really knows because not everybody is now coming forward and saying yeah i started using steroids in nineteen ninety four and i stopped using them in nineteen ninety nine please just my metrics accordingly so we don't broadly speaking yeah that a lot of steroids were being used roughly in the mid to late nineties and early odds but we don't we don't really know right most of the players on saco is saying that he was giving other people series.
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"Interacting with the world around you you're just having an enhanced or added to or supplemented uh with by computer images and there's this belief among industry observers that apple will build new augmented reality features in the bag in a highly anticipated tenth anniversary edition i fell and does this fuel that fire i know how you know details are usually very mom but maybe were inching towards that perhaps yes now it usually the developers conference as a good uh a good way to determine what might be coming in the fall with an x iphone and certainly this being the big new platform for developers that signals that apple probably will have some augmented reality capabilities and really will emphasize that on this upcoming often we're speaking with wall street journal trip nickel about apple's new tack platform a r k you're listening to the wall street journal's attack news briefing this podcast is sponsored by h s b c when it's time to take your business international were take your international presence to a whole new level h s b c has the network to connect you to the world search h s b c international to learn more thank you for joining us you know there's a lot brewing lately tech companies are working on all sorts of aar features um where would apples a r kit have a potential edge does it it has an edge in the sense that um the many of the other competitors in the arman a reality arena are using separate hardware at for example in the case of google they have a a conseco google tango but it requires a dual wounds camera an what apple saying is that.