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"costa ten" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Topic of the day. This evening has to do with nick cannon and of course you know nick cannon just premiered his Is his daytime talk. Show which is the same name and he recently had can play on his show. So so this is according to hit the ex So nick cannon credit kenan play for his success. If it wasn't for y'all there would be no me so. Nick has been the butt of many jokes in hip hop but the walnut creator a canning knowledge who pave the way for individuals like him during an episode of his nick. Cannon talk show on wednesday. October six which was last week. Cannon honored guest an eighties early nineties. Hip hop legends. Can employ champing the to as pioneers for transitioning from music to film ambience. In quote this is one of the most exciting moments for me in my career. Because i've told you guys this private but if it wasn't for y'all there would be no me can't told to do a kid growing up in the hood in the project but seeing somebody that didn't necessarily have to always be promoted or perpetrating violence in music. Even though i love all the hardcore stuff you guys may small. You guys made me debts Christopher kid reto can we. We were just doing it to catch from queen's yacht even know i don't even know there from queens new york man. That's that's crazy that's crazy in interesting right near all up man. Ecorse to catch from queens. That grew up around the corner from each other. That wanted to have that fun. Levin atmosphere that you talked about it was born out of a rare friendship. Nobody put us together. We grew up around the corner from each other. So i think later on when you saw the movies the music and everything else. The chemistry was real Can you play. Release three albums during the heyday as recording artists. In eight their debut album to hype Gold as did dare nineteen ninety followup. Funhouse the dual gain greater pop culture reverence with the house. Party franchise releasing the first three films from nineteen ninety to nineteen ninety three. Well of course. I'm actually glue lag them watching on the candidates on talk. Show 'cause he wants to be able to give flowers to all his guests that he features on show so. I'm actually glad that he's giving flowers to kim. Play the most legendary duel of hip hop that grew wash. That grew up watching house party movies in and of course deb music though man and this is this is an example of timeless classic music. You cannot put a fucking timeframe on timeless music. That's that's very classic. You know what. I'm saying a nice the for truth right here man so running applause for nicotine forgive To nick to on kidding play was here all right. So i'm glad you guys enjoyed this episode. 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"costa ten" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Live backslash. What tools inside you put that in there and you can find orders. Go to our website and follow the link that also these even easier so very cool carolina's got over there. When you got all right guy. Sorry i was putting together or listening to her. No i was testing out our wheels. So we have the around the house wheel of projects. And since you like games. I thought we could do a little game here and we got to try this out on this yet. So this new okay. So on the wheel there are categories so every category could be something related to the house. But there's two categories that are kind of fun one called pay the co host. So if you land on that something which could be. I can be bribed and other bribes and the other one is truth or dare so category. He's like true tales and give you the booths ready here. We go okay. They got utility room. So now you have to come up with a story to tell us about something and utility room. It could be a job. You worked on something pertaining to the home or maybe some kind of tool that people could use their so utility room. Okay utility room. Well i'll tell you this. This is a true story. in fact it's interesting. You say this. We actually have a truth or a matter. who's yes. I love that game by the way. Yes so actually there. So i went to this one job. We're doing some renovations on a home. Beautiful homos price defined by went into the into the utility room and they had one of those laundry tubs in there right well. The laundry tub wouldn't fit between the washing machine and the end of the wall can't so what the previous contractor had done. Should they cut. He cut the the wall. Section of the one side of the drywall out and could the the studs out and this slid in there inside they put a nice little corner. Be done and every look real nice. All the laundry literally had like a half inch of drywall. Between it and and the rest of the house it would hold their laundry in their roof. Like i couldn't believe it gonna leave it. Who knows what kind of hack goes in and does something like that gets probably got good. Yeah the money you think of the work that had to be done. It's just going back and getting the right size laundry tub. I real time. He says i'm not going to go return it. I'm not waste that piece. Oh w josh. You got something a story for utility room the utility room. Well you're talking about a mud room remote room. Yeah the just thinking of back home back when we where we grew up We're from a small town even know if it's a town it's more of a concession road than anything a drop off people have no end up there. Yes they leave their bag of trash at the going down because unmaintained road. So they're like all of our basements and it just made me thinking of our basements back home. I don't know who was in charge of pouring concrete down there. I don't even know if they did. Mud rooms were downstairs. Are laundry downstairs but we. I was just thinking of our cousin's house where it was also used as a bieber. Hide tanning room the fame. Our family has a trapping background. The trap line like we're going back like one hundred years or whatever right at the tail end of it now where we kind of fit into. The children failed them. So yes so then i just remember the growing up being a young kid in the horror show tan hides in. You know you go down and get your clean. fresh laundry. Decided as a beaver pelt. Drying line dryer driving down just move on those pins and rooms that we added. They're going really fancy stuff. I've got a utility room story of this client's house that they went to europe for two weeks and they had a thirty three story house nice view they had it was really a cool kind of contemporary house and the utility room that had the washer and dryer and stuff in it was upstairs off the master bedroom because that's where they made their clothes they put it up there custom home they didn't check their washing machine hoses for years. They laughed and it had this walk in daylight basement thing it's when those hose one of the hoses broke. It was a hot water hose. It ran in the house for over a week. They costa ten days in full-strength rob stairs went down. The three stories filled up the basement so high that it pushed out the sliding glass doors in dropped ten thousand gallons of water into the neighborhood. And that's how they figure out they had a hosting. And that was an eighteen month remodeling cleanup. They almost tore the house down from the damage to From the water damage and the structural from the water. Wow that's that's reminiscing to the water band. It's one thing if you look at the silver lining on the neighborhood had like a heated pool for a while. They did they did. I didn't catch on fire or do something else doing it. Because i mean that's a lot of water that's yeah that's that's that's a carolina. Modern abasement flow sensors and now that they have on on your main line coming in it will automatically alert you. If you're like. I am going away that hey you got to. You got a problem here too much water one in your house in my utility room so whether utility room i have all the sensor water pads so that'll alert if the water heater would a break or hose or something with your washing machine. Yeah let's go or go one of the smart sensor so if it senses that there's a leak it'll shut it off won't even asked me to. Let's go hey. We got a problem. It's like you've got a big lead. I have i have that but on My electrical panel for all sorts of all my electrical devices. Yeah he got. He got it for ninety nine cents. It tells me who lightning struck the house. So.
"costa ten" Discussed on Mac OS Ken
"Percent of residents installed the apps and nine point seven percent of kobe nineteen cases logged apple insider puzzles through. Why the numbers are what they are. Though it seems to me you could just slap a sticker on this story with the words from the country that brought you. I'm tired of wearing a mask. And i don't want your stupid vaccine. He could've worked could work better anyway. When viewed as a whole says the piece the data for seventeen state shore approximately twenty four point eight percent of residents installed and exposure notification up with only two point one four percent of cova nineteen cases logged afterwards. These numbers are in direct contrast to the uk where more than forty percent of weekly cases or logged and the local exposure notification system. There are conflicting ideas on. Why the number of us cases tracked by the opposite so small on the negative apple insider says one theory suggests that misinformation and fear surrounding the virus have led to a mistrust of the technology. The theory that i would like to believe says that those who download exposure notification apps are more likely to take other precautions. Like social distancing are mask wearing. This led to app adopters not getting cope in nineteen thus having nothing the log. That is the one. I would like to believe just for fun. I might try to do so apple. Tv plus has released a trailer for the musical. Come from away. it takes place and newfoundland. And if you don't believe me just say newfoundland once. According to a piece from a more come from away tells the story of seven thousand people stranded in the small town of gander newfoundland. After all flights. The us are grounded. On september eleventh two thousand one as the people of newfoundland graciously welcomed the come from a ways into their community in the aftermath the passengers and locals alike process. What's happened while finding love laughter and hope and the unlikely and lasting bonds that they forge recorded earlier this year. The performance features a lot of the tony award winners original creatives and performers. It looks uplifting though not ashamed to say the trailer made me a bit teary from away. Premiers on apple. Tv plus on friday the tenth of september. You can catch the trailer now on you to newfoundland and finally today apple ceo. Tim cook is still rich richer this week than last week by a good deal. Cook became apple. Ceo ten years ago this week. That position came with a number of stock grants the last of which was paid out this week. That was five million. Forty thousand shares. According to an apple insider report worth more than seven hundred fifty million dollars and that worth has been realized according to the peace cook on tuesday sold all shares and multiple transactions collectively worth seven hundred fifty one point six million dollars according to a us securities and exchange commission filing. The executive came away with three hundred fifty four point. Six million after apple withheld three hundred ninety seven million to satisfy tax requirements. Even that he didn't keep all to himself. Sec filings show that cooked this week donated. Costa ten million dollars worth of shares to unnamed charity as for the award some of the shares he received were performance base. Though i guess you could argue that they were all performance based a lousy ceo. He wouldn't be there. That said quite a bit has happened over his first. Ten years at the helm piece from bloomberg goes over some of the highs and lows. Let's start with the lows and then work our way up according to the pieces. Tenure has faced hickup such as a failed launch of apple's own maps app and twenty twelve which was largely rectified criticism over the company's tax payments and tax deal with ireland and the public spat with the us over smartphone encryption. But it's the laughter will remember that napoli significant expansion and the online services major acquisitions like beats and intel's cellular modem unit that bush and the custom chips and technologies wearables like air pods and the apple watch and major expansions to the iphone and ipad lines. Left out the misstep. That was john browett and the stroke of genius. That was angela aarons. Also they left out cook getting his picture taken with me. You needn't worry though. I will never let you forget that.
"costa ten" Discussed on Children of The Internet
"Like of course spider-man's at this point in this game has been doing this for costa ten years. Maybe eight exact. If i got my dates right but anyway. And of course he has. All these gadgets is name. Some of my favorite from the first game was the impact with the bomb. I think it was one of the tasers in whatever one that it was like it. I did it boosted people up in the air and other stuff like that for this one. I think the only one that i really enjoy it was a little remote control. Electric bomb per se and the web shooters. Think the other two gadgets think one was the hologram and forget what the other one is but it just it. It didn't really do anything for me. It and i was like all right. Whatever and even down to the combat. Like i wanted to get. I understand that this miles coming into his own so should have his own style and flair. So it's really just just it's is his take on. What appears peterson. So now on the thing about it. Yeah it was. It was cool. It was cool. yeah. I can't really doesn't doesn't. There's nothing really bad i can say about it because like i said borrowing from the google Growing of the the first the first game combat spiderman. So you're going to get a lotta acrobatic fancy of movements a lot of flipping around a lot of hard punches and a lot of webbing of so on so forth. So i appreciate that so that that is still well-polished that still still works for me so but like i said it's that this is almost like it's it's miles morales in training in to try to get to that point to make the take all this these newfound powers in agility and so on and so forth and make your own and of course the with with being miles morales. He has to paris over. Peter where he has the bio electric shock and that he can go invisible or camouflage or whatever whatever you wanna call it the one thing mo- excuse me the one gripe that i had as far as that component of it is Having that i think it's too in order to activate the the bio electricity you have to hold the l. one and then press either square or whatever whatever or if you want to To lease rope somebody do l. one in our one aba leave if correct me. If i'm wrong. I believe on the first game that l. one trigger that allow you to control the actual gadget will and stuff like that. But on this instance the gadget will you have to hold down are one. And there was definitely instances there when i was playing unless you say if i just wanted to web somebody up quick if i wasn't careful or if i was being a little hard on the The Are one it would accidentally go right into the wheel like lucille blip of the wheel and that starts fucking my flow so that was one thing i really didn't too much care for it was like i get it. You need a button to try to control the by electric biometric attacks. But excuse me. But like i said it was all right just that little tiny little gripe about things Seeing else what else of course just like the first game there's different costumes Believe on here you have the of course the you know the the traditional miles morales of the random the black and red costume. Thank you have a couple of variants of that where you had the training costume Divisions costume tracksuit costume..
"costa ten" Discussed on The JRPG Report
"In the game The special vendor will be available for not much longer just until january the twenty eighth From what i understand about this game rises outfit would be much more covering than their standard fare. But it's always cool to see Different collaborations between games in different outfits and stuff but yeah i'm super super excited to get back into Risa to and to be to give back into my nightly last stream so we finished up cold steel for a few days ago where they massive leave. The last one came in and almost four and a half hours doing the i. I don't want to school too much but there is certainly a long event. That happened that the end the game that well it took me a while to get through but This say that i was pleasantly surprised. Would be a gross understatement. I was so thrilled at the ending. It completely made me feel good about things and able to to kind of put a bow on this entire series You're talking about nine games leading up to the events and this one. Obviously we already know. There's hashmark focus with these characters coming up and then the Charles a black coming out with a new story arc in calvert coming so if you're curious about it hopefully you have Ari play the game free together. Lashings but yeah we'll be starting those back up again next tuesday when I get my grubby hands. on risa. you're more than welcome to come and join us. Nali australian the game but we have some fun conversations going on in the chat room as well. So i do. My new game livestreams usually around ten o'clock at night sometimes little earlier. Not sometimes a little later. Costa ten thirty but we try to do it between ten and twelve do about to our livestream just depend on how how get into it With colts deal they. They usually ran over. Sometimes you get stuck in stuck in a scene and you can't say for a while that's just the way it goes. Sometimes i ended it early. Because i knew it'd be a while before you could save the but i don't think that'll be the case with rise to and go ahead and throw this out you guys. I m trying to put together an additional livestream at least during the week so What try to launch this next week as well if i can pull things together probably in the afternoon Right around noon to be honest from noon to two noon to three something like that. But we're going to try to do some retro j. rpg live streams. And if i can get my system the work. I knew i'll be streaming youtube. I'm gonna try to do to twitches. Well if i can get things to work out well but for not doing anything Come noon on eastern standard time here in the us or wherever on.
"costa ten" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"What stories from two hundred and forty years of American history my gonNa tell? How am I going to tell him? Who are the people who can tell him? Who are the amazing scholars out there who've done this kind of recent Revisionist you like history that kind of retails updates the story of American democracy. And can I get them to talk to me and oftentimes? It takes several months to From the time that you first contact a a rockstar academic To the time that you can get them on you know in a studio or whatever because oftentimes they'll just say oh. I couldn't possibly do this before the summer. Or whatever something like that right And and so so by the end of Twenty Nineteen. I've spent an entire year I had I had pretty much plotted out. The dozen episodes gender. I was on board my editor Loretta Williams we'd had a number of conversations and meetings and and I had about three and moving toward four episodes. That were pretty much written and produced Several of them more or less in the can you could say but then the rest of them. Not a you know sort of plan and a bunch of the interviews done but some was interviewed still to be done and so another way of saying it is that for this twelve part series. Which again this this looks like. It's GONNA probably be about ten hours twelve episodes. I will have spent and it's going to wrap up in June. I will have spent pretty much a year and a half of my life fulltime and then at some at a certain point the entire episode is. I'm assuming essentially down on paper right. It's you've you've created a document that won't see but yeah the script is essentially a novella length piece of writing that you've edited and scripted and IT'S A. It's something that I found really exciting when I learned about radio. Oh so many years ago that in that sometimes it's entirely it's entirely written down even the parts where people are saying things to you that at the moment when they're recorded may administer prize but you get to take those those sentences and put them into what is essentially a nonfiction book. Yes and we post transcripts and so You know I can tell. I mean each one of these episodes these days like seven eight up to Costa. Ten thousand words yeah And doing a dozen of those which is basically like a a healthy magazine. Article. Isn't it. Yeah and that's actually a off even before doing this kind of these. Kind of in-depth podcast series. I I've long sort of thought of even longer form radio documentary work as being a little bit like you know when Atlantic or New Yorker in longer form report Taj kind of kind of work in in audio form. So it's a dozen of those and I guess I mean we. We went down this road because I have a personal desire to talk about how much work documentary is to make. What if like Do you think this could? Would you enjoy yourself or this work? Be Worthwhile if you were working on a podcast. That was not as well resourced. If you had to just get it done As as as an additional project to your day job Trying to do an exploration like this into such a serious topic. Like I'm assuming you would you would. Just you would host. You would post onto your feed the The entire edited hour. Long interview. Each of your guests What would be lost? What would be gained? Yeah well I think for me a lot..
"costa ten" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"If you spell it. T. H. E. I. R. S. It's bells. There's ooh in twenty eleven th. The salary is set up shop at a farmer's market or festival or festival venues and dealt on a cash only basis at these types of places They backed each sale with the notation on a yellow legal pad. Every Monday like clockwork Karen entered a branch of Columbus Bank and deposited the cash proceeds typically around ten thousand dollars. And we'll do it after a particularly large route but after a particularly large special event caring arrived at the Columbia at Columbia Bank the following Monday with approximately twelve thousand dollars a bit more green than usual and received a request from the bank teller according to the salaries the teller ask Karen for favoring said make your deposit less than ten thousand dollars and no paperwork y God so. The teller advised her to to do something that would result in a suspicious activity report. The teller said make your deposit less than ten thousand dollars and no paperwork is required. Wow that was it. She said we did it because we were asked to do it for thirty four weeks. Karen deposited about nine thousand five hundred dollars each time. I'm not saying it didn't look a little odd. But there was a reason we'd been at our says. There is no tax evasion laundered money and no drug money. Technically by depositing the cash increments in less than ten thousand dollars the salaries were committing a crime. Now I just want to point out that a real crime requires a or property damage of which there is none in this case right yes the bank secrecy. Act of nineteen seventy requires all. Us banks to notify the feds of any transactions above ten thousand dollars. Really right that was in one thousand nine hundred feels like that was a lot of money in nineteen seventy like. It'd be a lot more one hundred thousand dollars now. Right but of course. There's no adjusting for inflation question. We had. What would that be today? I don't now interesting question. Essentially the act allowed the government to place tighter crosshairs on drug operations crime organizations and money launderers by tracking the movement of large piles of cash by the letter of the law. The salaries were guilty of structuring cash. Deposits as you pointed out in to keep totals below the reporting requirements and off the government's radar. The pursuit of sours was backed by then Maryland. Us Attorney Rod Rosenstein. Who would go on to serve as U S Deputy Attorney General and resign in twenty nineteen following a controversial tenure? I have the inflation calculator at us. Inflation CALCULATOR DOT COM. If in one thousand nine hundred seventy you purchase an item for ten thousand dollars in two thousand twenty the same item would cost sixty six thousand four hundred and eighty seven dollars. Oh my God now. That's going with the official inflation rates. Right really out right. So the government themselves say that that about this law was passed in nineteen seventy. You were close with one hundred thousand. I would say that it's probably at least one hundred thousand if you go with like what the real training to point five percent and it's probably way more than that. Yeah they play with those numbers all kinds of crazy ways. The showers is say we'd never even heard of the Bank Secrecy Act and didn't mean to break any little secret. I'm kidding secret. But that's the idea we had no idea for you. The Bank Secrecy. Act isn't for you. It's not for people to read. It's not the bankers. Know about it and that's about it. You don't learn about this stuff except when the when they come after you. I know I didn't until I read articles like this. Or or unless you are actually a terrorist or a money launderer or something and you have done the research to learn how to make deposits into banks or whatever then you might know about this. Yeah 'cause I mean if you're being financed by Osama bin Laden you can afford a lawyer right to advise you if you're running a mom and pop shop. He probably can't SARS describes they were about to take our money and run threaten us with jail and then expect us not to make a sound combine all that with sixteen hours a day of work on a farm and watch what happens to your life. Karen's parents my parents stating and so many people we know assumed we must have done at least some bad stuff because otherwise the government would never never bother us man. That's a heavy on your neck. Little community I guess the learned the Fallacy of that thing. Well I hope they learned it. I suspect but because this is you know it's so sad And it really just goes to show where we are today. I mean we would all love for people to be aware of how evil the government is but yet the mentality is they've experienced here is the the people they knew. Oh those folks must be doing something wrong. Otherwise the IRS wouldn't have shown up like that otherwise they wouldn't be getting investigated they must be doing. Something wrong must be and it just sort of by default believe whatever it is the government says we go a long way to go. If there's any step that anybody can take words More Freedom or liberty? Don't assume things when you see a folks of the government cloth badge in fact assume the opposite of what you are probably assuming and you're probably until proven guilty. Don't forget that just a cry. You know a charge is not a conviction it doesn't mean anything so on Costa Ten. Am on.