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"coors" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I mean. That's a big change. A lot of guys might meet a year to adjust positions just the working spring training. You know we really focus on turning that double-play do it every day. Something i feel like. I'm getting better at at the same time. i wanna make sure. Shortstop is still sharp as well. So i like having that versatility now. Everybody has seen shortstop also second now. And if i swing the bat the way i've been doing what changed when you turn it on and got hot and then stayed hot was. Did you make any adjustments. Did you see the ball better. What what changed. Well i think we were in late. April nine no. I hadn't seen my routine in the case a little bit. Because you know what i was doing. In april was i was only getting the fastball. And that's not what. I was getting thrown right. So they're not gonna throw that too right so i wasn drills that kind of helped my swing passed through this a little bit more to right field makes your mind. My path is direct to the ball. If is a fastball. Sticking with apps fox sports radio has the best sports talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at fox. Sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. are to listen why some brings those priceless moments where you can just kick back with some friends. Grab a few cold ones. I was at the ballpark with my buddies. Just the other day and life doesn't get better than the ball game and a couple of brews. You deserve more moments just to do you where you don't have to pretend you're craving fancy schmancy drake when what you really want is a great tasting. Beer won't fill you up so when you're craving good vibes and great memories. Grab your friends and the beer tastes. You can depend on miller lite everything changes but you can still depend on the taste of miller. Lite is the original light beer and that's not changing anytime soon. Miller lite has been the light beer with the great taste since nineteen seventy five and this is what makes it an easy choice so next time. You're getting ready to enjoy cold ones with the crew goede miller lite dot com forward slash rob parker to find delivery options near you or you can pick up some miller lite pretty much anywhere. They sell beer. It's miller time celebrate responsibly. Miller brewing company milwaukee wisconsin ninety six calories and three point two carbs per twelve ounces. It's getting warm out which means it's time to start planning your next outdoor adventure. The four broncos port was built with adventure seekers in mind. Pack up your things and hit the road with this four by four. Suv that's compatible with any trip. It was created to help make your journeys easy comfortable impossible. If features a high performance off road stability suspension system available off road capabilities and seven available gold modes to go over any type of terrain. The terrain management system includes five standard goal modes san slippery sport aeko and normal. So you can get wherever you need to go and explore beyond the paved path. It also has available advanced four by four. With a twin clutch rear-drive unit it comes in multiple colors and there are tons of available add ons like an interior bike rack or rooftop tents to prepare you for whatever your adventure requires so check out the twenty twenty one ford bronco sport and make it. Your new travel companion built wild built for proud. Cedric mullins is at a breakout year with the orioles but man because of injuries to mike trial he was named a starter on the american league team and he has a great story on how he found out and how family found out of four stars from the day announcing the starters earlier my name continental i didn't know my parents want say floors hurt my mom screaming down the hall so she was very excited. I'm excited his. The dream come true like playing until you watch his game as a kid. See all the great players to finally given to recognize this level. Told me about that yes. she's surreal. You know we always have in mind. It's awesome meal each day by day. The other solitaire relish pushing. What's changed for you from last year to this year is it. You know what i mean. We're finding cliques in subsidy. Just see the ball better do better at. What do you know what. I media. A couple of a physical changes to my swing. But i made. It gave me the best opportunity. The ball better still go deeper. See the spanning everything wrong involving in the best position hit the adjustments that i made that was hitting the ball the leading the league head to sell everything that has happened is year over to. Are you like all this hard work paid off. What would you say to yourself. Yeah guess as things were going around in his life. Okay phenomenal success. Container minus up lead to that put in.
"coors" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Mlb america. This is inside the parker. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the scoop on major league baseball now. Here's baseball hall of fame. Voter number eighty three rob parker. Welcome into the podcast. I'm your host rob parker and what a special edition of inside. The park was still on low. Pay in denver. And man what a great homerun derby and a great job all star game. We're going to hear from some of the big stars. Aaron judge tim anderson taiwan walker cedric mullins and mortgage simeon. That and much more. Let's go to lead off. It's getting and keep them up. Rob's take the three biggest stories in major league baseball so wrote a big car. Deadspin dot com off the all star game and it was basically my all star takeaway weekday number one atmospheres. Everything i think you felt denied. No us on social media people talking about it but the atmosphere at coors field in denver was tremendous. I don't know wasn't the pandemic being over the idea of us all being in crowds again but the crowd was electric at the home. Run derby at the all-star game. There was a seat to be had at coors field. At what i was most impressed by was fans stayed in their seeds to watch the action if you watched on top of the empty seats and even the all star game which was the five two win for the american league the a straight win for the. Al was people didn't leave early to be traffic people. Stay to the end. All the runs didn't come on home. Runs or strikeouts. We got some cool matchups otani against tattoos junior. Everybody wanted to see that it was special. And you know for a couple of nights. Baseball took center stage again and felt right you. Life felt good. Baseball felt good. I hope you've felted through the tv. Because i definitely felt it at the ballpark. I love going to the all star game. We really missed it from a year ago but man. That was some seen number two. I know there was a big controversy before the all star festivities about shohei otani and speaking english interpreter. And people going crazy about that and all the debate but there's no denying about the international flavor in baseball. Let's just take the all star game is start. The game was won by japanese player. The game was saved by an australian and the mvp of the game was dominican. I mean is that not america. Only thing that was missing was the apple pie. Maybe chevrolet but yes. Baseball is very international. We see a play out. You know what but you know supersedes people's culture their language. This size shape is talent when you have talent. It doesn't matter. We saw you saw glad guerrero junior. His dad's a hall of fame. What do you do yeah. Big home run another. Rbi this kid staw the youngest guy to win the mvp ever which is incredible. The toronto blue jays lucky kinda got pushed to the side because so much be available tiny and tease junior. But guerrero junior the star and we saw that last night. Shohei ohtani. Another one dude. He's just as advertised. This is why the angels the back up. The brinks truck paid his guy to get him from japan and the all star game. He started the game and he was in the light up as a d. h. to pitch over one hundred miles our heads but man you know just to have them out there. Doing what he's doing. Nobody had ever gone to the all star game as a pitcher and a hitter. So that tells you all you need to know about him and hendrix. Who purchased for the white sox. He's the australian player so we saw baseball has all these young stars and and many of them are from the united states. There's plenty from the united states but there are a lot of big stars won. The game has a real international flavor more so than any other sport was see more international playing basketball not football obviously but baseball a view. Watch the game and you saw stars you said to yourself. Wow number three. It was good to hear from commissioner rob manfred about the changes in the game. First of all. I'm gonna give them credit for going after google gate and goodness things straight now. Baseball was a crossroads. Couldn't wait till next year to get let guys get their act together now. The rules have been on the books. You can't put a foreign substance on the ball hitting suffered and already we're staying improvements would batting averages and god's not striking out as much things have changed already. I love the way he attacked that. And then to hear the commissioner say that a few things are likely to change. They're going to drop the seven inning. Doubleheaders that extra one rule on second base in an extra innings. That's going to go away. Thank god and here's the one that really liked touch me to make me feel like okay. We'll give it back to baseball. Routes is no more of the defensive stiffs now. They didn't spell out how they're going to do it. But i'm assuming you've got to have two guys on each side of the bag you can move your guys around but you can't put four guys on one side of the diamond. I think that's raw. You take away hits which we've seen batting average of suffered and you taken people off the base path. So so it was like a strikeout or homerun. There's no in between we saw the all star game manufacturing of ron's that's what we need. We need baserunners. So i love that. The commissioners laws is active getting baseball back to what we love it. The pencil protecting geeks. Who have taken over baseball. Then we got to take him back and all that analytics. Ask the yankees. He didn't need deep analytics. How's that working out for them. They haven't won a world series since two thousand nine and they're one of the leaders in analytics so let's work during the regular season but it hasn't worked. And here's the other last thing. Garrett cole wanted the big culprits. Google gate right before the all-star game what did he do pitched a complete game shutout against houston twelve strikeouts hundred and twenty nine pitches. Funny he can't do it without google. These guys catch without google. Stop it it was a it was a bravo performance by garrett cole so bake all is in the right direction man.
"coors" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"This is inside the parker. You give us twenty two minutes in. We'll give you the scoop on major league baseball now. Here's baseball hall of fame. Voter number eighty three rob. Parker woke him into the podcast. I'm your host rob parker and what a special edition of inside the park still on little patriot in denver and man. What a great home run derby and a great job all star game. We're going to hear from some of the big stars. Aaron judge tim anderson taiwan walker cedric mullins and mortgage. Send me in that much more. Let's go to lead off. It's getting raw and keep them up. Rob's take the three biggest stories in major league baseball so i wrote a big car. Goma deadspin dot com off the all star game and it was basically my all star. Take away three things. Number one atmospheres everything at at. You've felt it. I'm not know us on social media people talking about it but the atmosphere at coors field in denver was tremendous. I don't know wasn't the pandemic being over the idea of us all being in crowds again but the crowd was electric at the home. Run derby and at the all-star game there was a seat to be had at course feel and what i was most impressed by was fans stayed in their seats to watch the action if you watched on top of the empty seats and even the all star game which was the five to win for the american league the a straight win for the. Al was people didn't leave early to be traffic people. Stay to the end. All the runs didn't come on home. Runs or strikeouts. We got some cool matchups otani against tat junior. Everybody wanted to see that it was special. And you know for a couple of nights. Baseball took center stage again and felt right. Life felt good baseball. felt good. i hope you're felted through the tv. 'cause i definitely felt it at the ballpark. I love going to the all star game. We really missed it from a year ago but man. That was some seen number two. I know there was a big controversy before the all star festivities about shohei otani and speaking english interpreter. People going crazy about that all debate. But there's no denying about the international flavor in baseball. Let's just take the all star game is star. The game was won by japanese player. The game was saved by an australian and the mvp of the game was dominican. I mean is it not america. Only thing that was missing. Was the apple pie. Maybe a chevrolet but yes. Baseball is very international. We see a play out. You know what you know supersedes people's culture their language. This size shape is talent when you have talent. It doesn't matter we saw. You saw glad guerrero junior. His dad's a hall of fame. What he do he had a big home run another. Rbi this kid star the youngest guy to win the mvp ever which is incredible. The toronto blue jays lucky kinda got pushed to the side because so much is being available. Tiny and tease junior. But guerrero junior star and we saw last night. Shohei ohtani another one dude. He's just as advertised. This is what angels back up the brinks truck. The paid his guy to get him from japan and the all star game. He started the game and he was in the line up as the d. h. Pitch over one hundred miles an hour you can get in the heads man. You know just to have them out there do what he's doing. Nobody had ever gone to the all star game as a pitcher and a hitter. So that tells you all you need to know about him. And hendrix who purchased for the white sox got the save. He's the australian player. So we saw baseball has all these young stars and and many of them are from. The united states is plenty from the united states but there are a lot of big stars won. The game has a real international flavor. more soda. Any other sport would see more than national playing basketball. Not football obviously but Baseball a watch the game and you saw stars you said to yourself. Wow number three. It was good to hear from commissioner rob manfred about the changes in the game first of all. I'm going to give him credit for going. After google gate and goodness things straight now base more was at a crossroads. Couldn't wait till next year to get let guys get their act together now. The rules have been on the books. You can't put a foreign substance on the ball hitting had suffered and already we've seen improvements would batting averages and guys not striking out as much things have changed already. I love the way he attacked that. And then to hear the commissioner say a few things are likely to change going to drop the seventy doubleheaders that extra one rule on second base. And you know an extra innings. That's going to go away. Thank god and here's the one that really liked touch me to make me feel like okay. We're getting back to baseball. Roots is no more of the defensive shifts now. They didn't spell out how they're going to do it. But i'm assuming you've got to have two guys on each side of the bag you can move your guys around but you can't put four guys on side of the dominant. I think that's raw. You take away hits which we've seen batting average suffered and you've taken people off the base path so so it was like a strikeout or homerun. There's no in between we store the all star game manufacturing of ron's that's what we need. We need base runners. So i love that. The commission's not as active getting baseball back to what we love it. The pencil protecting geeks. Who have.
4 Arrested on Gun Charges in Downtown Denver Hotel
"Three men and a woman are in custody on gun and drug charges and downtown Denver at a hotel near Coors Field. This comes just days ahead of the MLB All Star game before arrested are accused of having more than a dozen long guns, spotty armor and more than 1000 rounds of ammunition on the eighth floor of the May even hotel in downtown
St. Louis Cardinals' Nolan Arenado Returns to Coors Field
"Us to check in. With our Hall of Fame baseball writer and Rockies insider Tracy Wrinkles be of inside the seams dot com Tracy Always great to have you. Thank you. Well, it's great to be here. Let's first talk about the return of Nolan Ah, Renato, regardless of how things ended. The fact of the matter is Nolan did amazing things with the Rockies. And while it's different to see him here with the Cardinals There's no denying what he accomplished in purple is there? No, I mean, here's a fan favorite. He played hard every day. He played his heart earlier I've ever seen day in and day out. A little bit different personality, But you know, all of us have a little bit different personality, right? We're not all the same, but I think he, uh, he gave Iraqis everything that could possibly give him when he was here, and he reached the point where he wanted to move on. Um, it's not the first guy on earth that did it, And so the Rockies accommodated him, and then they deal with ST Louis. Do they get everything they wanted to return? No. When a player has a no trade, cause he's going to have control. Over where he goes, and you know, I think with Gamber alone they did fairly well and they got a pretty good starting pitcher right there. But, you know, I think it's great to see the fans welcome him back.
How the Rockies Became the Hottest Mess in Baseball
"The rockies are playing like a team that just lost its best player as we record this. They have the worst record in baseball as bad as their record. Or is that number even a little bit deceptive the rockies are losing an very old timey kind of way. they're the old fashioned kind of bad team. They are like the new jersey devils of the nineteen eighties or the la clippers of the nineties. Or there like the cleveland browns of this century. They are not trying to lose. They're losing despite themselves. It's not the sort of cynical cost cutting that leads to teams losing now. They're the old kind of bad teams where they sort of bad building the baseball team and and it's starting to catch up to them in a way. I find this to be almost comforting. That it's still possible to have so many things. Just go wrong that you end up being the worst team in baseball so pure pure. That's good we're for is very pure. It's it's very clear that these owners has no one's learning lessons here. They are just sort of plowing ahead. Will rockies ever win with these people in charge. It's a really good question. Let me argue for them. I okay this is a team that made the playoffs twice in a row despite some serious disadvantages the rockies. Play at the least predictable ballpark. In all of baseball coors field is very difficult to tame is tougher pitchers but they seemed to have solved that problem. They developed a pitching rotation. That was the best in their history and they pitched their way to back to back playoff appearances on the flip side however they turned a playoff team in to one of the worst teams baseball in less than a year. They have made soling mistakes even within the last five years. It's very difficult to see them. Being the people who eventually turned this team around
MLB officially moves All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field
"Baseball's all star game as a new host durations Denver thank you Major League Baseball Denver mayor Michael Hancock on the switch from Atlanta to course field for the mid summer classic it's been a long here and I can think of nothing more energizing to help advance our recovery and to boost our economy thereby bringing the twenty twenty one mid summer classic back to the mile high city the game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta but Major League Baseball moved the contest over objections to sweeping changes to Georgia's voting laws I'm sure the employer
MLB Moving All-Star Game to Coors Field in Denver, Colorado
"From Atlanta because of voting laws passed in Georgia, including new rules on voting by mail that civil rights groups say could restrict voting for people of color. The MLB All Star Game is heading to Denver. According to multiple sources, Colorado has been at the forefront of voting by mail going back to 2013. Every registered voter in Colorado gets mailed a ballot now Coors Field in Denver will host the All Star game like
AP source: MLB moving All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field
"Major League Baseball plans to move the mid summer classic to core's field in Denver this to the Associated Press Monday night from a person familiar with the decision who spoke on the condition of anonymity MOB pulled the game from Atlanta as a response to George of voting rules quickly signed into law March twenty fifth by Republican governor Brian camp its critics included a number of Georgia based corporate heavy hitters such as delta airlines and coca Cola on grounds the changes were too restrictive Bruce Morton Denver
Molson Coors says cyberattack impacting brewing operations
"By a cyber attack that disrupted is brewing operations and shipments. In a filing, it said it's working to get its systems back up as quickly as possible. Molson Coors wouldn't say how many facilities were impacted. It operates seven breweries and packaging plants in the U. S. Three in Canada and 10. In Europe and one of Chicago's top tourist
Molson Coors says cyberattack impacting brewing operations
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Molson Coors says it is the victim of a cyber attack Molson Coors beverage company says its brewing operations and shipments have been disrupted by a cyber attack the revelation came in a regulatory filing Molson Coors operates seven breweries and packaging plants in the U. S. three in Canada and ten in Europe the company did not say how many facilities were affected in addition to balsam and cores the company's brands include Miller light pilsner quell and Blue Moon Olson course didn't say if the cyber attack is related to a global hack of servers running Microsoft exchange email software hi Mike Rossi up
What is "Unbanked"? CEO and Founder of Electroneum, Richard Ells
"You often described Trillion as a microbe aiming service. But i think it's a lot of other things as well. And i know one of the things that make you you. All unique is your focus on you know helping freelance for the gig. Economy third world countries right. 'cause you're actually helping them get paid in the etienne currency. So can you talk a little bit about. Have you seen any upticks in usage related to geography free during this time. I'm sure there's obviously many people looking for work and many people even Switching industries right. They just they just kinda want to survive in the best roy. Difficult cool about same. Things changed because because all dates are being pretty wild. We only launched pools during covid pretty much. Most of the february twenty twenty where mesa madness was going on and it has been a bit of a welwyn to win all suggest before cameras coors nineteen thousand and fifty talks. Fifteen thousand tubs on the platform fall off of more than than i thought we would be. They sites in all in a life cycle. And it's it's a really amazing thing to say that word of mouth which is which is now joining the whole ecosystem is it's been an actual rate thing so identity have data specifically A change i would imagine the likes of five hundred People who've been around for a long time next release deductible on Extrapolate specifically about cogan unfortun- got it's understandable because yeah sometimes in crypto. You don't have that direct data but why do you think you've seen such large growth in just the the community and like you mentioned. There's a lot of other alternative freelancing opportunities and focusing on this one thing. Because i read a lot about how people in the in the third world like you said word of mouth. They're all kind of talking to each other and accepting this currency as their new as their new valid currency. I think for a lot of people in the us It's sometimes hard to understand that perspective because a lot of our money and foundation is stays the same in its stable but when you talk about third world countries these people in many in many ways their skilled but they can't even get a paid inefficient raids right. So what do you think makes you all unique in that sense to to cater to this new generation. Maybe talk a little bit about that. This what is the effects of this new generation. When they start them they start to earn and work at Earning crypto per se rather than traditional Like what effect is half so first of all. We re still with your idea of every running freedoms platform ourselves. I mean we all. We don't select turning. We've this idea of having a very small highlands very very transaction fee to give you. The spirits appear payment system. There is insanely cheap to use almost free not want free but mike is microscopic fraction of a fraction of essent transactions. So it made you mike. You could make a two cent four cent transaction in a gun which is all twenty cent transactional fifty cent. Transaction solid transaction sizes. You couldn't possibly do on the on. The vase of mouse to coordinate Really very efficiently because most of the payment providers should providers charge of minimum of twenty or thirty cents per transaction so micro payments all really not that sixty two to traditional finance and then we shall ending slightly more helping to the twenty thousand dollar range which still to to the global twenty of thirty dollars. Sounds like peanuts bucks. A year said life changing of money for lots of people with good skills so but when he gets back. You still got the site of transfer. Bank banking system is antiquated. And it's antiquated evening. If you go to the united states want to save money from one place in the united states to another or in the fight from the uk to to else of the that. It's pretty good now. So you know you can do soon as you move outside of that country a money approach to your skin certainly probably three days before i see it here if i wanna far outside of your it may take considerable. You want relocate writing three minute drive at all then you have to try and track them down and some banks somewheres filling in a form doing something or is lost it so we've got quite a few of them some of your choice to build a relationship and so you feel a free. Three beat render eka might three being models. He's gonna laptop can make three two months. These scandals has the time to build that relationship. You have to be able to send him a twenty dollars in the thirteen doors. And he's in nigeria. We caught them us. Pay pal okay. Any use western union money transfer. Because that's gonna cost you hope that on the money just to send it so subtly you limited as to why you can get height so the traditional if you can call traditional in a fairly disruptive industry that freelance industry is disrupt table read the wheel of disrupting that further by giving access to this massive body of people all brilliant skills just skills as anyone else so don't donate affect their own back mike. You say they're going to do aerobics jolt doing fred. And they don't want that much money and they call physically get paid when banking acog high-power but so boy this thing that training having easy implements it makes really is so easily and it's almost season for them. It isn't quite instantaneous. That go to work deliberate. It's fourteen minutes july between delivering and getting pike.
Reimagining Our Country
"All right so our first topic. you know. we're not gonna be able to talk about this much longer. Which is a fabulous fabulous thing. Oh boy but we are going to talk about what's happening in terms of white house. Politics for a moment is getting interesting. Yes on tuesday attorney. General william bar finally went against donald trump's lies about the election and told the associated press that there was in fact in no evidence of widespread fraud. In other words. He was telling the truth. Thank you william bar for doing that. Time too far. He's feeling a little like he doesn't owe anything to trump right now. This point because he's on the outs and so he's getting a little Anyway when he did that there was backlash from right wing media and also from trump who is still claiming fraud. One month after the election and who on wednesday night posted a forty six minute speech filled with more lies. It's been reported that donald trump is also considering all these pardons for his children. Don jr. eric ivanka his son-in-law jared kushner as well as his lawyer rudy giuliani. None of them have been charged with any crime. They would have to put on paper. What are the crimes that they have allegedly or not committed in order for there to be a part in as far as i understand so there's a lot of shall we say political chaos that a lot of people are still addicted to but i'm over it. You're over but it's like roman times you know it's like a bad. Pbs like caligula show anyway meanwhile while that is happening and give it up for billy bar finally took him a couple of years but he finally stated facts meanwhile while this is all happening joe biden is forced to stay patient through the chaos and continue with his transition and while i do think this whole trump side show is going to continue even after he leaves office. Maria and i think he already has Whether the big cable news networks are gonna cover him. he'll have the right wing covering him no matter there's this whole question about the future of politics after trump right so we talked about how much black lives matter and the movement for racial justice this year has impacted right the election but then on wednesday former president barack obama and also bestselling author now please suggested movements like de-fund the police are counterproductive. I guess you can use a snappy slogan like defunding police but you know you lost a big audience the minute you say it which makes it a lot less likely that you're actually going to get the changes you want done but if you instead say let's reform the police department. So that everybody is being treated fairly. The divert young people from getting into crime. And if there's a homeless guy can maybe we send a mental health worker there instead of an armed unit that could end up resulting in a tragedy suddenly a whole bunch of folks who might not otherwise. Listen to you are listening to you. So the key is deciding. Do you want to actually get something done. Do you want to feel good among the people yard agree with and if so but here's the thing the way he it. Why did you have to be so dismissive of a move because it comes across as dismissive. Why couldn't you just be a little bit more respectful. I guess why couldn't knee of picked up the phone and had a conversation with angela davis. Okay who in many ways is his political godmother all of ours political godmother's because of her lung jetty and resistance and survival throughout all of this and what. Angela davis says is they weren't aware of all of the problems in the judicial system of the way in which it has been historically used and continues to be used as a weapon of oppression against black people. They wouldn't be so defensive about the whole thing. How can you say that This demonstrate that there is Justice in the american coors when we know that the jails prisons across the country are filled the brand with black and brown people. We know that on death row right now. The vast majority of the prisoners who are going to be executed are people of color. We know that when a black person is picked up from community and brought to jail he's going to have to depend on a public defender because more than likely he won't be able to hire a good lawyer and this public defender. What is he going to do. he's going to tell him to cop a plea even though he knows. And many cases that his client is just as innocent precedes. And so i'm going to try to do now. Is to build the very same kind of movement that was built around me and the kind of movement that liberated from prison and ordered to free more brothers and sisters. Because that's that's a real significance of this victory and
Trends That are Changing AI Hardware and Software - with Marshall Choy of SambaNova
"So Marshall Glad to have you back on with us today, you guys have made some great headway in the last year or so since I had you back on the program and I know today, we want to talk a little bit about trends. You've seen in AI hardware. You guys obviously have finger on the pulse here you raise a lot of money got some of the sharpest focusing industry when you look at what are the trends moving dollars. Moving the smartest technical in this world of AI hardware how do you like identify those are the big ones for you. Thanks for having me on Dan requests. He again, there's a number translator going on in the space day and We've kind of narrowed down on really the three most prevalent trends were seeing to our interactions with customers now in the market and really using our view, these trends kind of inform our internal thinking in our our development processes and so first and foremost. I think you know nobody's probably better qualified to declare this. First friend is our CO founder and chief technologist Kounellis Colton. who was the father of multiple? End. His declarations been the multi processing is kind of reducing in its utility in coming to an end of life as a result of the slowdown things like Moore's Law Dennard scaling. So if you look at a lot of people in the space, they're continuing to build A. Systems processors based on a on a core base approach. As cores themselves become less and less effective, inefficient, just putting more more course together multi courtship minimal ecosystem only fields you in an even more inefficient system, and so what you need is something it's going to be more flexible and more performance than the core approach and so on. This, you know we'll. Just for a second year, Marshall I'm aware that you guys spend a lot of time in the nitty gritty hardware, a lot of our audience they're going to be you know our head of compliance at a bank or head of innovation at our ECOMMERCE. They probably understand you know coors at a very conceptual level like, oh, yeah. Intel has those you know something like that. Yeah. But even for me understanding core and multi-core at a conceptual level defining that, and then I guess contrasting it with with what could be would you mind to finding those churches? The folks at home can kind of imagine this? Yeah, I mean think of it this way right I mean in the past with with. Transactional processing computing core banking taxation like that people assembled systems with many cores were. Had fixed functions and usages for those specific software operators. With machine learning and ai the whole software development and delivery model has changed in acquired a whole different type of computational capability, and what that requires is the ability to have a much more flexible silicon infrastructure to run the applications to effectively provide the software, what it wants needs to do data flow execution operation. So that's really kind of the core difference here. Is really being driven by the software, which is mandating the needs for different types of infrastructure. Why do cores ORC with? Let's say software as it was you know, let's just think of whatever kind of software we want. We want to imagine wise a core suited for kind of traditional it traditional software I. Know You made the contrast with machine learning, but I'd be interested in yeah. Yeah I mean traditional computing is the Very predictable and in in deterministic in nature, it's all about calculating to the degree of accuracy. For example, if you're trying to calculate someone's bank account statement, want that to be you know too many many. Ratchet. As opposed to nation and so with a core approach in a traditional compute approach, you affectively hard code in these functions. Antics of these, you know well known operators that are GonNa be used the software.
Yuengling, America's oldest brewer, invades the West Coast
"Lever beer lovers from the East Coast who now live on the West Coast will be happy with this news. Youngling and Son, America's oldest operating brewer is sending some cold ones out west for the first time since it started making beer in 18 29. The brewery about two hours north west of Philadelphia, announced a joint venture today with Molson Coors. Break out beyond its 22 state disobey distribution area here in the east and speaking
"coors" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"Its sixty thousand paid users. Now, for perspective, spotify has ten times as many users as Sirius Xm. So just saying, but the reason the stock ended up jumping investors actually expected way worse from Sirius Xm and they got pleasantly surprised I'll be honest I was expecting worse. So check what's the takeaway pacalypse for our buddies? Series x how can Sirius? Xm. Not suffered the same fate as cable TV, snacker cable TV lost three million subscribers so far just in two thousand, twenty, three, million people not paying a thousand, two hundred dollars a year to get three different history, Joe. That is how real court cutting has become. Sirius Xm is really really similar to cable. Think about it. They profit off a huge bundle of channels that caused double, what the streaming, alternative? Goss. But SIRIUSXM has one main customer retention driver and that is Howard Stern wwl. Exclusive with Sirius Xm, just like Michelle Obama and Joe Rogan. Our exclusive via podcasts was spotify. We hope Sirius Xm doesn't get lazy like cable has. Yeah. Cable is pretty much just hanging onto its old users who are confident enough to stream something through their computer cable has accepted. Its fate of forever declined serious hasn't yet for our third and final story most incor- stock just jumped seven percent after. After. Its earnings report, they heard our story last week about Seltzer beating beer and they said hold my beer. Let me address this Molson Coors, earnings, calls, they kind of feel like a lecture from like a bartender who just threw a towel over his right shoulder son. Every company that makes anything in twelve ounce cans can be challenged Tom Again. No joke. That is an actual quote from their. Their earnings report minus the, Sun Part. They didn't say sandwich should say that 'cause there's a global shortage of aluminum cans true store. This company is literally importing aluminum cans from south. Africa in Brazil right now, because think about it, you haven't ordered a pint glass of beer or a pitcher of beer because you're not going to bars restaurants, the pitcher comes with the side of super spreader now. Now snacker Jack and I have been looking at the beer earnings recently, and we kind of notice that there are two themes going on Jack, theme number, one. All of our sales from restaurants and bars have evaporated two zero and Jack. Theme. Number. Two. Dowsman sparkling stelter is we need some sparkling south now that's what's going on with other beer companies and it's kind of what's going on with. Right now, they opened up their earnings reports announcing that keg sales have hit zero dollars and that they're launching a new heart Seltzer, it's called busy. Don't ask them about it. They don't care. They just hire consulting. Why are you doing island peer pressure? Everyone else is doing it. But then we noticed a gem of a quote from a CEO that really stood out. He said that July Fourth Week is when they have their biggest sales of the year and they've already eclipsed love July fourth week four times this year. So people are buying beer, they have had four July fourth in. In a single quarter. That's incredible. Now, everybody else beer sales are flat but Molson's beers living. It's best life. Yes. Check and I got curious. How are they pull this off? You've got cores light just had its highest market share ever in the US and then the CEO said, let me repeat that he did and he actually repeated that said that line twice now this company is doubling down hard encores light. They just made coors light the official beer of the Las Vegas Raiders, Football Team, which is a pricey official beer to become. Yeah. So that's what's going on with the The Gap Beers. But how about craft? Beers. In the Most Beers portfolio, blue moon just came out with a light version, which is the highest selling new twenty, twenty, sound classy and guess what snacker they're doubling down on this craft beer. Steph to molson coors whose ticker symbol by the way is tap classy impressive. Just acquired Detroit's out water brewing company to up its crap sales straight out of eastern. Remember you're not a craft beer unless you're label looks like it's a nineteen, seventy, six record. So Jack, what's the takeaway for our buddies over at Molson course trends are like onions. Onions, they have layers say or snacker broader trend here is that beer sales are slowing in the US because you're leaving like Portland Pale on the shelf because you're going for the heart seltzer. Instead, the trend within a trend is that a recession heavily benefits some types of beers over others. Yeah. You Lost Your job, you're not splurging on twenty four dollars CBD infused Ip made in a French oak barrel. You're looking for the giant cases of beer were each beer is like fifty cents per beer like coors light. So can toss it over the fence to your neighbor. That's what. Coors Does Jack in your whip. The takeaways for to start the week. Hey, POW thinks is dead because seventy percent of people fear touching cash wants covert has gone. It hopes you'll pay with Ben MC mccue our code instead tetris. Tetris or is that good story, Sirius Xm cells, pricey giant of channels sounds like cable, TV. But they shouldn't give apply cable. TV has third foul molson cores is a rising beer ship and sinking bureau. Every trend has layers and lower priced both beer sales are best in a recession. Now time for snack fact, today this one, Senate all the way across the pond by Richard Philbin. Longtime Ogi snacker in. London England. Since before Brexit was Portmanteau Portmanteau. 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"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
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"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Is so that year nineteen eighty bill Joe turned the business over to the next generation. They may have stepped down because they were now billionaires. Jeff became company president and his brother Pete was president of the brewery and they. Assume took over. They made a deal with the AFL, CIO and the boycott. In nineteen ninety-three, the Adolph Coors. Foundation created the Castle Rock Foundation of an endowment of thirty six million dollars. CASTLEROCK was an extremely conservative fund that gave money to tons of very right wing groups. The foundation was A to quote. Encourage personal responsibility and leadership and uphold traditional American values. Wink, wink at that means whites weekly. Quite a bit of money went to anti-gay groups. One of the groups castlerock funded was the free, Congress think tank which was created originally as a way to fight the influence of unions, but very soon was using anti-gay organizing to build political power for the Christian right. In one thousand, nine, hundred six jeff cores was free Congress's groups chairman when a complaint in Hawaiian court over gay marriage it called homosexual sex quote an infamous crime against nature my God. What point although if you do it right it can be. I mean if you really doing Jason X. Ray. All kinds of shit. Sure sure. Do you work at coors? I do yeah. All sex should be some sort of crime against nature. I. Certainly felt like criminality. What the fugger we do, we. Don't turn the lights on. Tore everywhere. In nineteen, Ninety, seven, one of bills, biographers interviewing him. Bomb Asif he could get a tour of the brewery and bill said. Quote, you wouldn't understand it. I wouldn't understand a brewery. Yeah Yeah. You'd just dumb writer man. You hired me. What's that you pay me to be a biographer to? Beard? That's you. I think would really help the book if we could actually just take a tour of the place. You're a fucking idiot when it comes to beer. Your fucking Lehman Idiot piece of Shit. Maybe if you took me around the factory, I wouldn't be wouldn't understand it. What what is going on in there that I'm not gonNA understand ass over making beer. It sounds pretty straightforward. Call so why don't you give me a tour there? We go making beer straightforward point made. You're not fucking going in there. Let's make Turam. CH-. In two thousand and four Peter. Cores ran for the Colorado Senate. He opposed abortion without exception define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, and supported the Iraq war, which at that point was an obvious failure disaster. The company at this point tried to distance itself from things. The family said in campaign. How how? They said they said. The company is different than the Chorus Foundation of course foundations family. The companies just accompany even though. Of course, family owned eighty five percent of the conflict translation is please keep giving us all of your money to fund our bullshit rightwing propaganda that's right and were like we have not a catchy slogan they would. Which I think we eighty seven eighty seven hundred cores employees. This is just one. You're like what this is one owner. Yeah, it's a charge. The president makes people take polygraphs. So, he lost the election in. Now, he's just a billionaire. So for like five years after that kind of laid low, but in two thousand nine, the course family now, which was operating through the course foundation, went hard again in on the culture wars and fought against Obama's birth control. Bama cares birth control benefit. They gave tons of money to antiabortion groups. They gave money to the Independent Women's Forum which the new. York Times described as a right wing. Public Policy Group that provides pseudo feminist support for extreme positions that are in fact dangerous to women. After the Sandy Hook shooting the I W F A member to testify against control laws because quote, Guns Make Women Safer A. W. F. opposed the violence against women. What mean truly there needs to be like a names are. Like? Someone is just like no. You can't call your shit that citizens united. No, that's not what it fucking is like. You just literally need someone because it's so misleading when you just get a little doses of these fucking places, it's not. Here for a better tomorrow, Nazis. Know, people would say that it's a freeze patients, but it's just a basic thing about how you want your government to be run. Yeah, I mean to go through a a group that goes. That's the opposite of what you mean yeah. Yeah I mean and in this same thing you wouldn't be able to call your company. Whatever you have to be called the you'd have to call it like pissing a glass instead of course beer. It of course foundation also funds crisis pregnancy center. Why not drop the Adolf now? Why are you still hanging onto that part of this? It's an important wink moment for us. Still got your brother. They Fund Christ crisis pregnancy centers many in Colorado the trying to talk women added getting abortions by using deceptive ads tight light ler women who are looking to get abortion right the foundation, also saying stuff like well, you can wait a little while and decide later. If you want to get an abortion at which time it becomes late term abortion is illegal someplace compulsion, the foundation also funds groups opposed to bilingual education. It is funded many voter ID laws which stop black and Latino voters from voting. How can a company that has said fuck you and so many different languages be opposed to that. As minority groups became a larger part of the population and companies actually began to recognize that they could make money off of them of course started coming around and two thousand eleven cores made in ad with two men dancing suggestively one held this core course beer can aloft with one hand while his dancing partner's thigh was held with the other. A box in the corner, stated cores was named by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the best places to work for the LGBT. Quality. What. What part of that is total bullshit? Well they actually would hire people this point and Trans people and we're like. Yeah, it's all fine, but they are doing it all. They want to use it as an ad model to make more money to fund their bullshit right wingstop. With you can, you can hire five gay guys. Do far more damage coating million dollars into why they shouldn't get married. The said quote out is refreshing. out is refreshing is refreshing. Many groups pointed out. They were both funding and to minority groups while trying to make money off of minorities and used to give polygraphs to find out if people are gay. Okay. Course. The, Human Rights Campaign is another organization. That's really fucking full of Shit. See that's what I mean you hear that name. They, do they they? It is supporting gay rights, but.
"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"By the Rocky Mountain, news, and he was suing them for Libel Mike I mean. Is Presidential Behavior. The NAACP announced a boycott of course I'm look grounds. At least five hundred liquor stores in southern California joined the boycott in an effect. A year later bill made a deal with operation. Push in the NAACP to invest three, hundred, twenty, five million into black communities over five years. Bill also said that quote. This is a great country and regardless of how we got here. We all ought to be glad we're here. There's no reason for Hispanic to be ashamed that his father's grandfather was a wetback. Okey Dokey so. I mean he's completely racist. But it gets worse when you can text realizes. He's just digging and he's like a little deeper down here. You'll see that I'm really in a hole and if you'll give me a minute to keep talking I, my God is that China I could see it from here. He was also known for his own Grandfather Adolph senior a web. Look. I'm confused. Immigrant or WETBACK I. saw a similar agreement for investment was reached with Larosa it was later, revealed that these three, hundred, twenty, five million was not actually about going into the communities because the deal was that the money was tied to the amount of sales of course beer in the communities. So you can't so evil. You can't even like may culpa properly. That's three hundred twenty five million dollars. If you guys enter the contest. Can drink the most coors coors. It's the race to non-racism coors beer. My GRANDPA's name was literally Adolf. Coors. Now run this time. Joe Cores thought it'd be a great time. Privately donate sixty five thousand dollars to buy a light cargo plane for the CONTRAS in Nicaragua. This is a beer company, right? The donation went through the National Security Council adviser Oliver North. Deary me. This was part of the Contra scandal and all the planes are being used to bring cocaine into the US. Well some of the. In nineteen eighty seven, joe divorced holly after forty eight years of marriage. He had been having what became a public affair for years, so his wife was telling the humiliating just always with this other woman. It's weird because everything else is so good about those. His very religious sons. We're not thrilled jeff quote. Joe Senior is an adulterer and therefore. Along with homosexuals, Glutton's blasphemers, murderers, liars, and whole bunch of others. I mean these they like if they would just say a quarter of their sentences. Holly didn't seem to know what to do with herself. She was asked why she wasn't looking for a new partner and she said quote. This times quote. She stared in shock and said why couldn't I'm still a married woman? Joe At. This point was living in Napa with his girlfriend. That is so sad. Truth. John, Bill? We're going to be by the La Times. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, and bill was asked about is slavery comments and he basically doubled down on him. Oh, good, good, good, good good. He's had some time to reflect, and he's like in retrospect I didn't go far enough. And, then Joe brought up. Native Americans oh Joe. These. Quote let me jump in here, brother. Perhaps the white man had done native Americans a real disservice by humoring them in their desire to retain their primitive lifestyle on us reservations now see you take a of that. Perhaps the white man had done native Americans there is. And now they're upset that the government to give didn't give them more money. But they were given a choice. Could've come into any community in America like the Mexican dibbs and become part of it. God. What year is this? Is this not long ago? Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, nineteen, eighty, fucking eight. Oh my God! Budweiser's. Like what do we have you know? seriously. Budweiser we're not the fucking worst..
"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Their parents values the sake. Purpose of the United. States was being subverted. I mean this is from a family who insist that every kid goes cornell. People just want too much. Contract Dispute Browser shut the fuck up. That's like the fifth time. Feels like we gave a talk at the beginning. A contract dispute broke out in nineteen, seventy, six with UB W. local three six six workers wanted a ten percent wage, increase and better retirement benefits than nerve. Negotiations went on for a year, and then in April of Nineteen, seventy, seven ninety four percent of ub w workers voted to strike. And, then cores immediately announced they would be firing and replacing the workers. That's so crazy. The AFL CIO declared a nationwide boycott of course. Within five days beginning to strike thirty nine percent of the Union members crossed the picket lines and return to work well. In nineteen seventy eight cores management called an election to decertify UB. W. Local thirty six companies just now the reason they could do this because more more than a year passed since the strike began so national labor relations regulations didn't allow striking members to vote. If it was passed a year. Only people working could vote so that scabs voted right and which they vote. It's where this cavs voted to decertify the local UB W. Weird yeah. Since the nineteen sixties, this was the twentieth Cores Union. That have been decertified. All on the same way all been done the same way. All twenty years have been busted by votes called while members, strike and scabs cast ballots. Of course. I. Don't they have? Their commercials have beloved train campaign right. Remember I. Do Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, and they at the end. They actually didn't up blowing women when they were like an twins, right? Yeah, so they do have a history of being great at times. The union wasn't only upset about wages, but also new applicant tests. Bill wanted. To be assured of a loyal workforce subway and he said he was doing this because it also kidnapping. In Nineteen, seventy seven new job, applicants had had to jump through new hurdles. The I was the runner test literally jump through hurdles. A computerized questionnaire that had yes and no questions. The test was looking for inconsistencies that indicated someone was lying or had a guilty conscience. I mean to work at a beer company. What do you feel guilty about todd? I I don't know I'm sorry. I pressed the wrong key I. Don't Know Open Up. Its Fund. We're just a couple of guys hanging out. To put your hand on the table. Take this knife todd. Ask questions like if they had communist leanings. How often they changed their underwear. Every day never chit. Never have always will were diapers I'm naked. Nothing Penis Barbie doll. Right all right perfect for course. Others quote what is Your Sexual Preference? Have you ever done anything with your wife could be considered immoral. Well. So my immoral or your immoral? Are Immoral. I would just spit it out. We were raised on Anal, my family. Like, it was just like we talk about the dinner table and my dad always said you really can't get to know a woman. Unless you go in the back. And also. It's the hardest way to make a baby. and. If you do make a baby that way then it was really meant to be. Look. Memorial district vice president us. Feel just read the eulogy in front of you. We'll get table ago. Other questions. Did you have relations with your wife last night? An asset again. I'm I'll do my pants. You have relations answer the question? No I figured her though. Of course, right? Also are you a homosexual? Getting APPs that we're GONNA fucking burry. because. We have a back room. If an applicant actually made it past the runner test. They were sent to room with no windows to take a polygraph. This is fucking bananas. What! They weren't just looking for Liars Bill, and of course we're waiting out thieves radicals homosexuals. The first question asked advocates. The first question asked applicants that ever stolen the second asked if the applicant ever engaged in a revolutionary activity. The third asked about the applicants. Sex lives quote word among the employees. Let's was the cores that homosexuals work at the plant, but not in the brewery. What don't let them they're the beer. Really, what is the theory there? The beer kids gay stuff on right right. Right right, right. I forgot. I forgot how that was a thing. Was Learning in there. Now Do you feel? Just a little off! Keep drinking. There's something I want to tell you. There you go. No one listening knows what happened. The, the union also said course discriminated against women and minorities. Women Only worked clerical jobs. The very few Latinos I think it was like. Under two percent that worked at course were all placed in unskilled positions. And course conducted searches of workers for drugs, which violated their rights. Yeah, the whole thing violates her right. I mean. These issues brought other groups into the boycott. Now wasn't just men, but blacks, Latinos women and gays were all boycotting hours and what was their issue? Walk us through and I think we all have to known. As far as the unions were concerned Geoff Kors explained the family position to the L. A., Times. What are the worst? What else should we do? Just give them the keys to the place that what you do. Yes, it's like inviting the Russians to take over America. They're coming Dave. No I know by the way your options aren't give them the keys to your business or not hire them. There's a middle. Let them. Run things and build. No, no, no, no just hire them. Just hire them. Just hire people hire them. Let, them work for you to case. This is like being on the USSR right now. I don't know what's happening here. We go. 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"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Checkered shirt. Shoes, undershirt and a skull. What oh shit the last part Dave? All that stuff, you can get Jira crew. A. I mean I don't want to get away from the skull, but I did not know. windbreakers were invented that early. I know it's fascinating because. There was very sure it was like eighty three when someone's like. Because it's got a little shoot Novak Windows broken now. You Ain't fly it away. We stopped wearing those after that guy died in the rockies. Other bones were scattered across the area and dental records confirmed it was eight off the third. When toll when Mary found out, she told Joe who was on the East Coast. But, he did not fly home. When she told Bill, he said quote. It's obviously it's obvious that guy was murdered. How was accomplished is immaterial to me Oh. That's cool, so everybody's turning out really normal and nice and. It's weird because they say childhood doesn't affect you when you're an adult. When she told up junior, who is in Nantucket? He said quote. That's news to me. What what can anybody say more or are? They like in a cartoon strip. Corbett was found living under a new alias in Vancouver. He was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life. Not a single member of the family came to the trial. Wow, that's crazy. We already knew what happened. Yeah, okay, sure a lot of people okay. Instead of passing the role of chairman to bill off, the third died it off. Junior came out of retirement. Quote, he ordered Adolph's chair to be left empty at the board table. That's a good vibe. And a Manila envelope be placed before it perfect. Yep, inside the envelope. There's really no need to put anything inside. The envelope was a eulogy. The old man had written for his murdered son. And, he insisted on reading it aloud like a benediction before every meeting. He always closed the same way. The company will never be the same. No Bob you want to talk about hops Yeah Yeah. Yeah we've got some. Holy Shit. We've got some interesting Gang trying you? Have such slow starts in here, yeah! Well we're very excited about the fall hops. We think we've got some great flavor profiles. I mean I, really this your son and Chicken. That's a skull. Yes. That's my son's school. All right. He died in the woods. Just did that. We just did it. We just did it. We just went through all that. I'm going to read a ninety four page poem I wrote about. Oh No. No, no, no, no! Adolf Schmidt off. Fuck. All right well. Look I'm stepping it up a little now I've got a mop with a bucket on the head and we're just GONNA pretend this as my boy from now on everybody. Cool everyone feel good. If you want to be open a beer form aboard on his head all right and don't be afraid to sit next to him. And this is his wife a bunny. Everything's fine here gag. Don't worry about a thing. Now in nineteen sixty joe junior went to north. Carolina State University set of Cornell. Board. And then he married Gail, Fan Bro when he was nineteen. These were two massive violations of the coors way that had been set by Adolf Junior. You did not marry until after college and you went to Cornell. Joe Junior was cut off from the family's Jesus Christ probably for the best getaway run. His wife had to quit college and get a job, so they could papers education. And then when he graduated, he was not offered a job a cores and he was cast out of the family with no money, okay. He spent the next ten years going from job. The job you worked as a stockbroker, a computer programmer for frontier airlines brutal. Brutal. Jesus, they don't even have those now. Computers No, no, no, just your bags over here. We'll figure it out frontier. Frontier thank God for spirit. Curse Life Bucket. US Day hidden my friend. We'll turn around. Would you go to Cornell? Numeiri a quiet, little lady Pale! So it off, junior never spoke to Joe Junior again. Wow! His grandfather completely cut him out. He was not invited home for the holidays. The only person he spoke to us with us was his mother Holly. And Holly. This point was very religious nobly. She Joe you said quote. Finally helped me find the Lord. Helped him find the Lord. Where was he? Where did he find? Actually about to find out. Oh my God. It happened on the golf course in San. Diego Play through. Are you Christ. Yes it's me and my son. We're just having a father Sunday. You see I love my son, and no matter what he did I would support him fully. Anything he wanted to do. Anyway. We're in a bit of a Russian you. Guys seem crazy so. Quote? I was on the sixteenth hole. And suddenly I heard this voice saying to me, and I knew it was of course. Used used the putter. Caddy, Oh God, I thought. I'd use a Wedge Watch. Andhra. Joe. Trust me. Who who was there? Okay so. Chill batch. While I disagree with Satan fundamentally. You should use a wheelchair. I think anything else is. We don't need to be so Goddamn evil about me. Damn evil about it. All right. I'm GonNa, live on your that.
"coors" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"The first word. Ready. Adolf. I already know Herman Nemesis if. was born to lower class. There's Joseph Kerr's and Helen Hi in Prussia Okeydokey. Germany, he assured. Sure whatever whatever down did your down? I'm just giving you a fact. It's fucking in relax. ME. He had two siblings at thirteen Adolf was granted a two year apprenticeship at a bookstore. Awesome well. I mean. You're locked into a two year deal. They're like faulk. Feed! What are you learning in a bookstore? Like. How long does it take to learn how to put a book on a shelf? Couple of years two. Years. Eighteen sixty, both Adolph's parents died of tuberculosis within eight months. Nothing abnormal there. He was fifteen and he was placed in a Catholic orphanage. Yep. He got a three year apprenticeship at a brewery in Dortmund. Could you? Get a job where everything was just zero free. It's like America. You work for free for a while right? Yeah, right, right. But this is different. He had to pay quote for the privilege of learning. The brewers trade right so not much of an apprenticeship. Really. Yeah, he was paying to work. K. Like a pyramid scheme really. Because it was very, a bruise, very sought after jobs, so you would pay for three years and then you'd get. It off couldn't I didn't think he'd get worse than America but apparently. It off couldn't pay a the. Fee so the incredibly generous owner. Let him do booking bookkeeping work at the same time as he was. Doing his apprenticeship, so he he lucked out because he gets to work another job there to pay for his apprenticeship. Yes, Super Cool! Yeah, very fair, so he's doing two jobs for nothing. Yeah, and that's and that's where like thank you so much for this opportunity to have two jobs where I make nothing, so thank you so much. When the apprenticeship ended! It offers given a fulltime job and soon. You're later. He was working at breweries across Germany okay, but the Austral-. German Empire headed into a time of warfare and political unrest and Did Not want to serve so he fled to the United States when he was twenty. One Okay Nice. Landing, he changed his name from Kerr's two cores. By the way. I know it was before, but if you're going to change one of those names. You would. You would change Joseph. It's Joseph Dummy. Okay cores right so here we go, so industrialisation was underway it off new. An industrial job would be quote bleak, dangerous and low paying. He saw the horrible conditions of workers and yet still disapproved of the constant, striking, organizing and negotiating of unions. He's he's nobody right now, right? Ninety. Anti, so he's someone who would benefit from very much union, but he's only like maybe benefit from addition situation like if there was a union, he wouldn't have to pay three years to work right right right, but he's Anti Union. Okay, sure all right. A biography quote eight off the loaner found the unionism repugnant. A man should get ahead on his own initiative. He believed without asking others to prop him up. But he had apprentice ships. What? Did he get Amnesia on the right over. He's not. He's not consistent. So, he moved and got a job at a brewery in Naperville Illinois after three years. He hopped a train to Denver Colorado. which is a really weird airport? You'll need to tell me Jack. Dick Cheney lives there. What was that? Shut, the door of the chain you'll get. We Got Cheney loose in Terminal Beach Cheney is loose in be. He's the Sephora he's in the back of the Sapporo. He's right in the back of the Sapporo your. He's in the meatballs. He's in the meatballs. God, that's Lynne Cheney. PUT, it down! A. Permission to shoot. He'd been saving his money for years and purchased stock in a local bottling, company and at the end of the year it bought out the owner and took control us twenty five years old. Okay, all right so arise, but he he tripped of making beer again. That's the big dream that that Dream Yeah. He believed those important ingredient. Beer was pure fresh water. Sure Rocky Mountain fresh. It's right here at coors. Our founder Adolf that's on a commercials should be. If that, a bad guy named Adolf. So you know we're straight shooters. Here at Coors. So he found an abandoned tannery along clear creek in Golden Colorado. It all takes place here, so get ready, this is. Get them out now. There's going to be a lot of stuff. My Tire. This is a great story to do with beer lines long no to. he convinced a fellow German Jacob Schueler to help finance a brewing company. Jacob said he would provide the money Adolf did all the work. He's been here before. Yeah, exactly for him. He's like you gotta deal partners absolutely. Exact total sense. Is Soccer. I just least him. So I up soldiers bottling company and bought the Tannery the surrounding land plus brewing equipment for twenty thousand dollars. The company was named Schuler and cores Golden, Brewery. As soon as the operational, the economy collapsed perfect. Now does he believe in? Businesses failed all over America, but the brewery still turned a profit of course. Yeah, that's one thing. That's probably a pretty consistent. They said at the time beer was recession. Proof right so they're very good. It'll decided to make well. That's changed. Coors? We're dog shit now. It off at some point, decide to make. His own products from Malta bottles. Malt House of Steam Mill, abutting plant, a cement factory too nice house, so his operation was totally.
All About Alocasia 'Polly'
"Plant is allocated Paulie applaud. That certainly poses some challenges for most of us. Mere Mortal House plant growers and Today. I'm joined by Mireya of instagram account. Born gardening to help you pick your way through the minefield that is allocated Eur polly care. Maria is a gardener. In the wonderful city of Baja. Lana did I say that. Well probably not in Spain. And she is a DAB hand at growing this plant. A member of the asteroid Klein with those vein leaves the look so stunning when you buy them and look some terrible as they start to die. So where have we all been going broke? Will his my chat with Mariah so we will find out Mireya. We are here to talk about. Alec as your Paulie which I think might be up there as the number one plant that people find a bit tricky to grow. It's a beautiful beautiful plant though and I can understand why everyone is so captivated by it isn't one of your favorites. Yes is eased one of my favorites for me. It's a plan. I associate with the tropics and just takes me straight to the tropics and with this deep green Arrow shaped way. Wavy edged leaves mesmerizing. I mean I can spend hours looking at A. It's unbelievable really nice and I think that's why a lot of people would have in. The House is Yeah. It does seem very widely available now. I think it must've been being being mass produced and so everyone can get their hands on this blog now but not everyone can keep it happy and the number of times. I see a post from somebody saying my Poli is dead. Wayne Coors is a day polly. How do people kill this particular law? I think the number one issue with this plan is maintaining the high levels of humidity and warmth as well in in the House. You know to recreate this kind of ganguly environment in a house is quite is quite hard. It really likes sort of temperature from sixteen to two seven degrees so that could be a tricky especially in the UK in the winter when the Heaton is on the air. It's way dry. I mean I live in the Mediterranean. So that helps quite a bit because he is quite warm Resolution is very humid. So it's sort of like lifestyle. I know by St Louis talking about high levels of humidity which are to trades in a house about fifteen percent of up. So I think what he what is good. Is to have a humidifier few hours a day if you can if you can have one. I mean I don't have one so what I use is pebble trade. We've so when J.j This humidity around it. And what I really like doing as well. Which mind is in this environment is grouping grouping the plans which claimed his micro and you really works. My one is surrounded by Begonias Theis fans which is they will require high levels of humidity on. I think he's really nice as well. Because you create a little landscape like literally to your landscape of having them scattered around the house so I think this this this works. That's a good point because people often want to display this plot as a specimen plan on its own because it is so gorgeous but as you say it's probably going to be much happier in agree with all the plots where it's it's possibly going to get a bit of a boost not just looking at my little Thermometer slash humidity monitor in here and it's only thirty two percent humidity in here right now which is terrible. I think you know the winter. Obviously I didn't know how you'll heating works here in the UK mainly have radiators. Which are you know hopefuls being piped through and it's makes yes so dry states they have avenue which is even worse so there is a real issue. That as you said humidifier can breed really help. I think it would be excellent. It's it's it's it's the it's the trick the humidifier if you have the heat on he. I live in various choir choir. Small you know by a flag and you really need the heating on winter so we quite lucky without the you polly was getting too little humidity. How would she know? What size does it? Give off that. It's really unhappy is it so the crispy edges to the lease is that it produces this brown tapes and sometimes we see Yellow Halos as well on the leaves then when we when we started saying that it. That's that's what it needs really and sometimes what happens as well then using all my God. You know it's so we can. We get that confusion between humidity on wartime with sometimes is really difficult to handle and restart over watering and then what happens is a leads to grow pot and then with a prominent as well does it. It can it di- back can go into dormancy and winter and lose leaves and then come back in the spring yet. That's what he does actually below twelve degrees. It goes into dormancy. Need to keep in place. But don't worry if you see that growing leaves coming out image just is having FBI arrest during the period and then in the spring will come back. Come back to live so the bright again and you can you can start again with the winter and you have to look at match less obviously and defined with this plot the oftentimes. It needs reporting when you buy it because it's been posited into something that's possibly not suitable in terms of potting mix. Then I think What I do with mine I? I like to try to regularly regret as I can. This sort of Equi jungle me soil which I try to create my own with the potting soil. Potting ORCHID BAR. It is possible the one and then alight and then. I think we're really works as well as could innovate finally In in the mix and because he keeps it gives the soil them. Which is what this plan likes as well. It doesn't like soggy soil like Saddam so spag. Moore's is great doing that so I think he's good if you can get hold of some spinal Moscow. Someone can mixing it with the soil and mix it. Yeah because sometimes comes in when you buy is not is it just you water him water and all the nutrients and unique to to change it a bit and we'd like to this. Hugh applaud. What's the regime there? We don't want it alongside the CACTI and succulents possibly now now. We don't want with in full Sun. Full side is not advisable egg because they will just banned leaves and and the economy comes from San alikes. Brian direct sand. Actually so a really likes my. My one is in east facing window a few a couple of away from the window and get the morning sun. Which is the best son because sign is strong so it's going really well there. Nfc South facing window is especially in the main Rainey's it's you can have it in the UK. Maybe the winter months. It'd be alright but I will keep a few a few feet away. Not South is this applaud the Subject to draw like if he did keep near near window a cold drafts. Presumably won't be good for it either now doesn't like graphs suffer now. So that's why is bad to say a few away from the window because if you if you have a draft in will kill it definitely doesn't at all and if you have a shady area a one maybe one grow so well I would advise as well. It's too late at least once a month so it will improve with capture in lines for the leaves. Because sometimes you get you get the state the best on the leaves in that. What do you use the ducks? Just damp cloth. Yes a damn close and I think is really is really good for the land and every like is like a set of penalty from his long relaxing and connects you with a plan even more so. I think he's a good thing to do. I do with my ray. I tried to do it
"coors" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"We ran together and so part of liquor storable he was in service up after our joints and so and singular those days and I just got the war.
"coors" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"The people excited here that a busy but that second set school kroger's around that they should change. I wouldn't tournament one of the things they tell you before we forget I had a phone call from some appeared triggered. Saint Louis and somewhere. He should have been the kid on tour. He's for his first of that. They feel welcome. I said sure what's maybe power. I have never heard of him. He saw chip. He came to tell you the practice rage a web sell perfume insurance rates. So you u-b-e-r Arnold Palmer to flint is what you're saying. I didn't turn of Ice Colonel but it does I event occur. That's what I did. So there was a bunch of pros. Wait I can't. I ended up periscope or the old shelter Ego. Route Addis periscope with everybody's name on it. Because you all in a terrible temper. Tommy bolted up the outside Cusco to I gave the clubs disappeared. But I thought I'd never gonNA give it to them but not over those were ever service. That's wonderful that's wonderful memory and there's had a lot to contribute to genesee. Commie enter the Flint area. And I want to know more about that because even though I've known you for a long time and went to school with your children and even amazingly when I served on the faculty at the School of Business Michigan State University. I actually had your son David. A student which was a Nova game.
"coors" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"When is your claim to fame by play into effect on November? Is that Tommasi? Call me. Grandfather a goal conflict. I remember that one that was that was that was important. It started coughing. Flick was nineteen fifty seven. Maybe probably open was the sponsor for Sierra dribs bear of accurate I seventy and I said I got a free ticket to What was seen Louis someplace for Gotcha but at least semi a question you get the more. We talked we drag. We said we never had big big time. Go we should grow for flick. I said what he's doing is three out in tracking fishing reviling token this spring. And maybe maybe they'll bring their tier much year. They have the third largest fundraiser golf. Talk thirty seven thousand five hundred dollars. That's how much you had to pay. Though that that's what the first prize had those days backwards lesson that that was that was even an adult. Remember but yeah the winner would call hearty anyone like twelve thousand dollars but I think that the interesting part of the story might be for. You was what I call the county burry and Monday morning to say you got a great idea. I knew the Executive Vice President Nice Guy and I said you're spot sure big tag off never had big tank ball if you brought that chart with them for the year already up. Pretty Quick Euro. On what year was this? Leo that the pig Ticket Watch and then it was hosted outflow golf club. We looked around at the various upset and flip. Look like the best after -tunities so we hung the decided after I called them. They called me back our later instead was idea so so the town every cruise the three courses selectively is Evans Atlas. Flynn rouse at our number. Were We know were we watch weight it open till next year and that lays the reason I again because it was such a success that the Buick guys the Gulf saw success and it was this? I bring an just opening up golf course and they brought me the Buick Open. Didn't have any started in flint. Were Kids Best Friend. Fifty and so the rest is history. They call me big grandfather. The grandfather.
Turning a passion for sports into a career
"And today we're GONNA start off in South East South Dakota In Minot saying hello to Randy Taylor Cherokee Cowboy and pro announcer. He is also choctaw and he is the host of native voice one radio segment word with champ. Thanks for joining us for another native America. Calling Randy the pleasures mindshare. Hello Hello so Randy. When we think about being that athlete and then there comes a time to start a new chapter We turn to you and talk to me. A little bit about Having a career in sports it's been somewhat natural for me. My Dad was a race. Car driver He was a first generation race car driver. His popularity grew in the sixties after starting on a drag racing strip and then he continued in dirt track circuit racing in Oklahoma where I'm from. They called it super modified and then he graduated industry car right think which went with the big boys. We moved to Tennessee and then came back home where he were. Instead of building and designing and driving cars he simply showed up to the race track with a helmet bag so my life in sports. I would say that certainly began with him and his dedication and watching him win lose crash and continue to follow a passion that he had and and I think that developed my passion for sports starting and wrestling and the child sports that we do in in peewee baseball pop warner football and continued on into the Rodeo circuit. So that that's how I began. And it's been a blessing for me ever shits insulated when you think of being that athlete and then moving into the position that du Sir that you feel very well now How do you think that to work together? Beat ANNOUNCER AND ACTUALLY. What's happening There in the arena. I feel that the opportunity to have accepted victory and defeat and knowing what it takes to be successful and what sports comes defeat. I mean. That's huge you know you look Babe Ruth. He struck out more than he had home runs and he's probably the greatest Baltron as many other athletes. Are I believe that There are some announcers that are dedicated to being announced that. Do not have a background in sports but I think they have to really dig in and dig within themselves and do a lot of research but are believed that being an athlete from the ground up as provides a lot of authenticity. When you know how a man feels or a woman feels when they when they're experiencing that in the arena and then transferring the emotion to a a ticket by customer. What when that does happen. Or maybe even your ability to interpret. Why certain While in the Rodeo arena. It's not plays but but maybe why Even a bull did something that it did. You have that kind of insight in a lot of times when we are those athletes in action We don't necessarily know what those lessons that we learn as were moving and competing What they may help us with in the Future Randy. When you think about that knowledge you regaining when you were in the love. The sport Helping you out years later. What do you think about that? That's a good thoughts and and I think that There are a lot of lessons learned on the field or on the match or in the race track and the race car on about can horse. I take the probably the biggest lie that we all learn. Sports Humility No matter how bad you think you are. There's GonNa be a bucket horse. It's coming along and he's going to hurt you and he's going to throw you off and and and bury your head in the sand in front of a lot of people and some of those people are your friends and family or you might be sixteen hundred miles away from home so so so no matter how much success you have and whatever endeavor you pursue. I believe that's that's where the biggest lessons that we can learn. And in the sports arena or at a microphone especially. I am challenged today I have. I have challenges that are presented and I have to stop and think how would I have handled this? How do I handle this? And what would my peers and mentors? How would they handle this? And I and I and I think that you are correct in that speaking on a market sold about sports she participated in certainly gives you an advantage in a leg up and so talk to us a little bit about the announcing announcing that you do this weekend I was in Waterloo Iowa and a coors bull riding classic next weekend. I am a monster truck. Show in rapid city South Dakota. I've had the privilege of announcing the Indian National Finals Rodeo six times and I've had the opportunity to announce the championship of champions. Which is the Indian relay horse racing Championships at the Horse. Nations Indian Relay Council. This'll be the sixty or coming up. I believe it is scheduled in Walla. Walla we started in billings and then went to Walla Walla. The past couple of years
Molson Coors brewery reopens with increased security after shooting
"It is back to work today for some of the workers at Molson Coors brewery company told workers over the weekend it will start to transition some of them back to work this evening it will be the first time that employees have been back at the brewery since the shooting last week the left five workers a
Molson Coors shooting victims identified
"The five men who were killed by a co worker at a Milwaukee brewery include an electrician a navy veteran a father of two small children a fisherman and a grandfather authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley with part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for
"coors" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Coors shot and killed as well as the gunmen while at work those victims being identified today Wilson course CEO Gavin Hattersley they would tell Hudson she lives shifts J. C. fire Dana walk and travel with Salah the victims ranging in age from thirty three to sixty one police also identifying the suspected shooter confirming him as Anthony feral along time electricians with the company the aftermath of yesterday's shooting is still a day to grieve for city leaders in Milwaukee we're looking here Tom Barrett admits it's been a tough stretch what with recent murders including a domestic violence incident that left three dead to them kids he says it's not on the cops it goes so far beyond the police department this is so far deeper the problems that we face it we have to find ways to stem so much of this before it gets to that point any hopes we haven't gotten to the point where businesses have to screen for weapons talking about people going to work you never think you have to be concerned when you're going to work G. Miller WTMJ news apart from all sin cores is pouring in from breweries all across Wisconsin president and CEO of Strecker brewing company Sharad Shada tells WTMJ when one brewer suffers they all do and I want to say that the struggling company and we are there to help them my brothers and sisters and with anything they need and we're also thinking of supporting in any other way as possible he says early planning is already underway police in Milwaukee meanwhile are asking for help finding a victim and the suspect involved in a possible abduction this afternoon happened just before three near forty fourth and Hampton witnesses say a man and woman were involved in a fight when the woman started screaming for help police are looking for a four door kia forte with a missing front passenger hub cap was counting votes the race for president is neck and neck in the badger state senator Bernie Sanders leads the democratic field with twenty nine percent support of expected voters in the April presidential primary followed by Mike Bloomberg at seventeen percent and former VP Joe Biden at fifteen percent that according to the latest Marquette University law school poll but the poll goes on to say that in the general election it's basically a toss up match ups between president trump and six different democratic candidates would be very tight all we then the margin of error Eric bills that WTM Jenny Harvey Weinstein will remain in jail in New York according to his lawyers as soon as Harvey Weinstein was convicted and ordered into custody by the judge defense attorneys filed they tried to get him released pending appeal now they've reconsidered wind Steen will remain in custody here in New York through at least is March eleventh sentencing date we're told defense attorneys consider the likelihood of success was slim because of wind Steen were to be released it could have provoked a jurisdictional fight with Los Angeles where Weinstein faces four felony charges Erin cutters he ABC news New York and it was about your body a major drop on Wall Street stocks plunging more than four percent today with the Dow closing down one thousand one hundred and ninety points the single biggest point decline ever in a given day sports traffic and weather are next W. T. M. J. news time seven oh three this report is sponsored by new mail Medical Center discover the new you at Milwaukee's number one health clinic you will medical isn't telling you about their services for a while now here's why they are the innovators any time you have an original concept someone comes along and tries to make it their own it is just a cheap imitation not with new male medical because they're the company that got up in front of testosterone replacement and easy treatment they're the ones leading the way in sexual health procedures and it's.
Milwaukee police ID brewery shooter as 15-year electrician
"At a news conference Thursday afternoon authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for fifteen years hi Mike Rossio
Police identify victims of Milwaukee brewery shooting as employees ranging in age from 33 to 61
"We now know the name of the gunman in the Milwaukee brewery shooting fifty one year old Anthony feral wasn't electricians his home was searched today Milwaukee's police chief says the victims were Molson Coors brewing company employees ranging in age for I'm thirty three to fifty seven chief says they're still investigating a motive investigators searched Ferrell's home on Milwaukee's north side as they hunted for clues about why a worker one of the nation's largest breweries gunned down five coworkers before taking
"coors" Discussed on AP News
"Molson Coors employees in Milwaukee are in mourning after Wednesday's tragedy a fellow employee opened fire on his coworkers at the Molson Coors brewery killing 5 of them before killing himself authorities have not released the gunman's name nor do we know why he did this mayor Tom Barrett says these 5 victims went to work that day just like everybody does they thought they were going to go to work finish their date and return to their families they didn't and tragically they never will I'm ready to fall late
"coors" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"This is Jack and this is snacks. Daily it is Wednesday February nineteen second day of the week. The weeks already halfway over. I loved three day weekends. Did I mentioned that. Good timing because this is the best next daily. We have ever whipped up. Jack I storer first story. Molson coors the beer company. Nick I didn't tell you this before the pod multiple cores officially changed. Its name to Molson cores beverage company. They finally jumped into the Seltzer game. Hard we're looking at. How busy will stand out post white class summer? Or is this a preview? Busy Spring Jack. I see what you did. There are people at Boston are pretty pumped litter reversal. Second-story Jack it's time to decide. If Uber lift are good or bad for society spoiler alert snappers. Good if you use uber bad for everyone else like our moms third and final story Walmart just announced its quarterly earnings but looking at all the startups that the world's biggest retailer has murdered. It's an innovation vampire. We're getting into that more Jack. It's kind freaky. I was thinking Demento or not innovation vampire innovation. Would you too many Harry Potter? We did we did like a reflection on. This won't snappers before we jump all that we gotta talk about how? General Mills is struggling with cereal sales. So it's offering some really expensive cereal. As a result you know that old adage if people aren't buying something Jack up the price on it basically customers don't want the soggy bread soaked in milk which is a serial so it's raising the price of thirteen dollars. A box for one price raises like that tend to work and things like perfume or jewelry or wine. You don't want to impress your date with the twenty twenty reserve collection of Pino agree. Now you're going with the nine thousand nine hundred five Chateau Cheval Cabernet with a little bit of reserve are old trick out of college was ordered the second cheapest thing on the menu but not the cheapest thing so Jack Curious about this new serial general mills. Don't call it a serial if they're calling it morning summit it comes in and a thirteen dollars a box and it looks like a bowl of cereal. Got Sprayed Brag granola fire extinguisher. I approve sounds like a documentary about Mount Everest. Less like a serial got gourmet. Nuts dried cranberries toasted pumpkin seeds almond and then finally cereal flakes. We were shocked. They didn't throw in coconut shavings. What were they thinking on this serial flakes mentioned at the end? It seems like they're almost embarrassed to mention the word. Serial General Mills like corporate. Made us do it honestly. This stuff looks really good though. It looks like it'd be served at like an Austrian Alpine. Bnb You get stuck on an island for three years. All you need is one bowl. This thing it'll carry.
"coors" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"The first symptom an agonizing headache at the gym on my suddenly, get this on believable pain that felt very much like an elastic band around my brain excruciating artery had ruptured in her brain while recovering from the first of two surgeries, the nursed asked her name, and she couldn't remember it was the scariest thing I've ever experienced. My life was in that moment, I often to just let me die literally soon after that during a publicity tour for season two. She describes being so woozy so weak that she sipped on morphine in between interviews Clark is fortunate of the thirty to forty thousand cases of ruptured aneurysms, annually half are fatal. It's estimated that roughly six million unruptured cases may exist. Doctors say the primary. Getting signed to look for is a severe headache. Unlike any headache you've ever had before. And it comes on suddenly doctors tell us if you have those symptoms go to an emergency room right away. David we've all known someone who suffered from this or Lindsey. Thank you to index into horrific crash car full of teenagers colliding with the city bus in Dayton, Ohio the bus overturning three teenagers inside the car were killed. They were legendary fleeing police tonight Miller Coors is now suing Anheuser Busch after a Super Bowl ads at Coors light. And Miller lite have corn syrup in it. They claim the ad was an alleged attempt to scare customers who may confuse corn syrup used in the fermenting process for high fructose corn syrup founded soda Miller. Coors wants the ads to stop a new privacy concern for Facebook users tonight, the tech giant admitting they stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plain text able to be read by Facebook employees Facebook tonight, saying they have made a fix funding tonight here America, strong lily kick, looking for that hug you I nine year old. Lilly..