37 Burst results for "Couple Years Ago"

Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | 3 d ago

Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

"We are as the buddhist master pama trojan has said. We are all programmed for denial. There's something about the human condition that doesn't quite let us take in our mortality. I- often compare it to like trying to get one of my cats to look in the mirror. You just do it. You know or trying to put two magnets together. They won't quite touch. And i don't you know i don't quite know why it is and there are lots of practices in buddhism and the catholic tradition memento mori. Were you carry around like a stone in your pocket and touch it to remind yourself you're going to die and so one can get better at this but it requires a lot of work. Have you now that you are out of that situation. We should talk about how that situation resolved your health your health trails but do you find yourself forgetting once in a while that Before death it's all life. Yeah i forget. All the time i have moments like this morning where i knew we were gonna have this conversation and having a bad hair day and i rushed took a shower and then i felt totally ridiculous because a couple years ago i had no hair and so to be worried about a bad hair day. Especially on a podcast. Is you know a level of absurdity. That i'm fully aware of but i also think that there's there's good reason for why we we can't have that heightened awareness of our mortality if we were all live every day as if it were last we'd go bankrupt and probably make terrible decisions in the world but likely implode and so. I've come to delight in those moments of forgetfulness Because they feel like a real marker of of progress in and healing from me the flip side of that is that you know when i wake up in the morning all often remind myself of when i was at my sickest and might energy was so limited that i could do about three things every day. I could answer an email. I could watch a movie. I could see a friend. But i really had only enough energy to do three things three simple things and now when i go into my day i use as a kind of song exercise for myself of if i could only do three things today. What are the things that would feel most important most rewarding most

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Fresh update on "couple years ago" discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:45 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "couple years ago" discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

"Never cared about for 34 a half years until yesterday. All right, So I looked these up for you. Expensive bombers. B O M B a Yes. And they are a little bit pricey. But you know what? I don't I don't mind spending a little extra for really good products. The reason they got me those socks by the way, because when I was helping him move my socks kept falling. I kept having to adjust. Hold on one second ankle socks and that keeps slip off your heel, right? They sleep slipped down into your shoe. And you gotta re step on and they can't. Yeah, that's annoying. These have like, uh, I don't know if it's like a band or something in the hell that specifically holds them up along those lines. A couple years ago, I was turned on to a product that I would never have tried because my entire life and I'm a lot older than you my entire life. I've never been a boxer shorts guy. We're really pulling back the curtain now we are, but somebody said you got to try these and, uh I'm a big fan of Duluth trading company anyway. Oh, yeah, I got some great stuff. Great commercials to Yeah. Uh And so I tried these. These boxers. I'm telling you, it changed. It changed my life you're talking about. These are like when they're on sale there. 20 to 50 apiece, a pair And they go up to 27 $33 for a pair of pricey, uh, that is pricing. Yeah, but I'll tell you what I mean. They last forever and the most comfortable thing that you have that you've ever worn and they've got the buck naked. Model. They've got the Arma Chiloe cooling Boxer briefs Well and then they've got one with with what do they call it? The, uh stay put.

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Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

The Voicebot Podcast

02:08 min | 3 d ago

Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

"Anymore. Oh welcome to the voice by podcast brett. This is a long time coming now. We've done a couple of clubhouse sessions. But we've i guess known each other at least through social media for several years. Now he's sort of back and forth have always appreciated your comments and our exchanges there and it's really nice that we have this one on one time to really talk about you've been doing because you have a long history in the industry you've seen a lot of different parts of it. You're doing some of the more interesting things. I think right now from a conversational standpoint in the market right now with automatic but it. We should start with where you started. So how'd you get into the industry. What did that look like early on. And what were you to the to. The tech. Sure and likewise. I've been looking forward to this for a long time. So excited to see where this goes i history. Hopefully it doesn't take too long. I've been working in what. I like to just say computers. You talk to for now over twenty years so i guess dedicated all but a couple years of my career to this space. I really love it. I mean i feel like it's a privilege to work in this right. I mean i think flying cars and talking computers. This is the stuff of childhood sci-fi dreams and you know. I really honestly feel lucky to get to work in the space for as long as i have and so it goes back to my days. My only job before. This space was at the canadian at the time unicorn nortel which is sort of a competitor. Cisco's in this back in the late nineties and Back when everything was just internet infrastructure was the big business. And i had a job. They're working on crazy low level. Ip over atm stuff. I was a programmer. I love that stuff. And i all. My friends started quitting one day and they were going across the street. And i said where you're going like this they said this cool startup nuance and i was like. Oh that sounds fun and just like you do in your early twenties. Just quit my job like literally the next day and over and got a job at this other place where all my friends were and man. That was lucky. That was just one of those life. Changing things i didn't know about conversation. We didn't even call it conversationally. I'm back that rain speech recognition.

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Fresh update on "couple years ago" discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

01:50 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "couple years ago" discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Their song got like sampled by big popstar couple years ago. And i heard it a stadium opening for taylor swift or something. That was awesome. Was really happy for tony when that happened. 'cause and they're still doing it. They're still making records are making one now. In fact he. And i wrote a song sue got years ago. We did this great demo and it was supposed to be like disney was gonna team go-goes with an all female ban. We were gonna mentor them and help them write songs and all the stuff. So tony and i wrote this fabulous song and then the whole thing turn to shit and didn't happen and i kind of forgot about the song and then tony just called me last week and he said i really yes he said. I wanna do that song. And i go. I go even though. It's kind of basically written for a thirteen year. Old girl the sing and he goes. Yeah i can pull it off. So i'm excited. I would love to hear that. That's such a funny coincidence. Just a week ago. Yeah really and so. When did you live here. I was here there in two thousand and eight so really short period of time. I had gone to college in in boston for a gone for math and like a year into that. No way. can i do this. And i started getting involved in the school newspaper doing like music reviews and going to concerts and stuff like that. I'd had played in bands since i was a little kid. But at some point as it's like. I can't pretend like i'm ever gonna finish like engineering math degree so i i dropped out and moved to austin was doing some like freelance writing for websites and i would sit bouldin creek in the old location right my articles there all day long because it was a little cooler than our apartment and i worked at waterloo records. Oh wow that was my. And then i moved back home two thousand nine to go back to school. But you didn't play in a band. Ever i did but we didn't too much. I mean i play. I played in bands as i was thirteen. But like i think we played two shows in austin when i was there one at emas and then like someone's backyard i was gonna say i. I wish you would move here. But i'm actually thinking of leaving so i guess where are you gonna go. I really don't know..

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'Dueling With Kings' Author Daniel Barbarisi on the Rise of Daily Fantasy Sports

House of Cards

01:40 min | 4 d ago

'Dueling With Kings' Author Daniel Barbarisi on the Rise of Daily Fantasy Sports

"You know over the last few years daily fantasy sports has dominated the sport seen a couple years ago. You couldn't turn on the tv or radio without hearing the commercials. I even had to read them for the show but an amazing new book is taking us behind the scenes of this interesting world of daily fantasy sports. That book is dealing with kings and the writer is daniel. Barberie see who was the yankees beat writer for the wall street journal. And we're lucky to have daniel on the phone with us now daniel. Thanks for joining us. Grammy dan first off dealing with kings is an amazing eye-opening book. And as i said before you were already in the sports scene but it took another sportswriter to turn onto daily fantasy sports. So how'd that come about. It was pretty crazy. I mean i haven't really heard a daily fantasy sports at all until about april may of two thousand fifteen when i was covering the yankees upper wall street journal as you noted and Another spokesman reaction in the press. Box fenway park and under the sports writer essentially showed me fan duel and i was struck by three. Immediate reaction is the first one is well. this is really fun The second was how on earth does this legal and the third was I'm going to make a ton of money on this So i was right on the first two in that. It is a lot of fun as the game itself. The second is it is crazy legal at all on that struck me in the same way. It's a lot of other people and then third. I was definitely wrong about where i was going to. Suddenly get rich quick. Because i was a baseball writer and obviously i should be so good at this fantasy sports baseball thing. I and that. I was very very wrong about

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Mike Lindell Feels Like He's Living in a Spy Movie

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | Last week

Mike Lindell Feels Like He's Living in a Spy Movie

"We're living in extraordinary times. Did you ever think ten years ago. You would be at the center of of history. This this is the nobody could predict anything as bizarre except for god. Who knows you really realize that you really realize this is such a battle of good and evil and and and i knew back into everyone knows my story when the drug dealers did the intervention and and in two thousand eight and i walked back up. I couldn't buy crack anywhere in the streets. And and the one guy says he says They had cut me off and he said to me said mike. He said you've been telling us for years that this my pillow thing is just a platform for god. And you're going to quit someday and come back and help us all now eric. I thought that was the which it is the lyndale recovery network daughter by the way. If you're an addict their goal there is free will help you I thought that was a couple years ago. She said no. She said there's going to be a bigger even something bigger. You can't even imagine and puteh told me something like this. I would i. It was beyond my. It's like living inside of the biggest spy movie and and craziness in history. It's like living inside of a twilight zone episode. That never ends every day. I get up. It's going to be different. But yet i've so pull everybody because imagine if we were in this position and didn't have all the things that we had. You know the things that all the evidence and all these things we are on the side of truth and god. It's all going to get revealed whether they can keep holding down and holding it down. I already know the. I really feel the outcome down the road. And i've said it before. We'll be the greatest uniting of our country in history

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Sex Therapist, Dr Emily Morse, on What to Do With Mismatched Sex Drives

Sex With Emily

02:04 min | Last week

Sex Therapist, Dr Emily Morse, on What to Do With Mismatched Sex Drives

"Have a higher libido than my partner and for me it's really hurtful to ask her sex try to initiate and to to be told no for whatever reason i'm tired or what have you and that said i mean the sexes. Great like it's really incredible. And i think part of it is is is a little bit older than i am. And i'm just i'm kind of in my sexual private thirty two and i understand like late. Twenties to mid late. Thirties is like that peak for women And he's forty one and he's also on depression medications that's that's an aspect of it so Yeah lots of factors but at a high level you know the difference in libido is make one yeah that's a really that is a big one and it's they often say yeah. You're you're late. Twenties early thirties. Thirties is when you have a high sex drive. It varies to person the but you know you're so this is where you are. And his libido is matching is that's that's what's going on right now and you have been with him for six months six months. Yeah we were friends for a couple years and We're actually long distance so when you do see each other because usually a lot of times long distances like we are together for a weekend or week and we have the whole time. You know i know. Have you talked to him about it. Definitely i mean. The communication is so good In the beginning of the relationship he was like ideally like he really was interested in starting to talk about sex pretty quickly great. Initially i was a little bit resistant. Because i was like. I really want like develop emotional piece of relationship before we go there but yeah i mean he asked like how often would you wanna hunchback's i told them like every day when we're together and he was like really. That's not what i you know known before at the time. He seemed like on board for that in like. But but then you know when we've been together it's like i'm tina just about every day and he's maybe like four times a week or so. There's been of discrepancy there.

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Singer-Songwriter Luke Combs on Living His Dream

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Singer-Songwriter Luke Combs on Living His Dream

"Comb to literally when the biggest entertainers world joins us now. Luke thank you for for making time a great to have you on the program. I i was going to ask how you how you are. But i i mean i would think you're doing pretty well based on everything i've read about you the last couple of years. Good afternoon all. Thanks for having me man. It's been been a good couple years for sure. Yeah before we get to the song. I hear you are guy that went to appalachian state you grew up in north carolina. And you followed your dream and to say you struck. Gold would be an understatement. And i know it's a great question to have to answer which is like to to be where you are with some of the biggest hits in recent national history. But how do you compartmentalize it. How does it. How do you process it. I don't know if i ever do. You know. I just tried to take it day by day and and you know be thankful as i can and try to give back as much as humanly possible you know. I didn't play guitar until ten years ago. I'm thirty one years old now. I was about a junior at appalachian state going into my senior year. When i picked the guitar up and had been singing. My whole life and just Man i got real lucky I got real real lucky man that that people liked what i was doing and Once i figured out what it was that i wanted to do man it was just. It was tunnel vision from there on out man. So i'm just super super super grateful and and just enjoying every minute of it you've had so many great moments in you know you hit two number ones and all times of awards What was the moment that you just excellent and man this. This is really getting to be pretty crazy. Yeah i think it was. You know obviously your first number one is is a huge deal bessant they say the hardest one get the second one you know And after that second one happened. You know When it rains it pours was a huge song for me. I think it changed the game for me a lot of ways

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Husband of 'Real Housewives' Star NeNe Leakes Dies at 66

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Husband of 'Real Housewives' Star NeNe Leakes Dies at 66

"A cast member of one of the real house wives shows is facing a personal tragedy back in twenty eighteen many leaks of the real housewives of Atlanta told her Instagram followers her husband had colon cancer and now he has died a family publicist and friend says Gregg Leakes died of the disease at home peacefully and surrounded by his wife and children he was sixty six years old the rep says the family is in deep pain with a broken heart Greg and many leaks were first married in nineteen ninety nine two years before their son Brett was born they split in twenty eleven but reconciled and remarried a second time a couple years later I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Spencer Elden Sues Nirvana for Child Pornography

KSR

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Spencer Elden Sues Nirvana for Child Pornography

"What do you guys think about the nirvana lawsuit. It's results so if you remember back in. The day nirvana had their big album. Never mind had a little baby in it. That was naked. Yeah now i will admit even back then. I was like i can't believe they did this. And hindsight i can't believe it even more like i'm really shocked that they were allowed to do it. Got through got through. And and i think they took the some. They edited it on some of the copies like walmart and stuff. But i'm still shocked. They did that so let me just say i'm not taking up for that. I kind of don't understand why they did that. But this dude has spent his entire life making money off that he recreated the picture he has never been full-time has never mind tattooed on his chest. Es nirvana tattooed on him he literally recreated the picture and he said in an interview a couple years ago that was cool with everything until he tried to reach out to nevada to do a gig with him and then they said no and so now he suing so pardon me. I don't have much sympathy for his lawsuit.

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Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

Babes and Babies

02:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

"You were saying. You're hardly ever pooped in a diaper. So people listening are like wilbon. Where did they poop in the toilet or with breastfed baby. I let mine poop in the sink better for my back and it just rinse down and it's my sink but you know in the toilet There are these little top hat potties. Also start. I brought those to market a couple years ago because they stopped making them in singapore but in third world countries. You'll come across these top half hotties that you hold between your legs and They go in that. So yeah instead of using the diaper as a toilet use the toilet as a toilet from whenever you hear about e. c. and ec. Elimination communications. Basically you start any time between here. Eighteen months and it's based on their inborn instinct. They don't like their mammals. We are all mammals. And no ma'am all likes to soil. They're den or their caregiver or themselves so when they're crying and crying and you're like oh i've tried everything i've tried the breasts of trade to shush and the five s.'s. The whole harvey carb thing. Nothing is working. My baby is still crying. Then you look in their debris and you're like oh you and poop. You just wanted to be changed. It's actually not what was happening if you rewind a little bit. They're crying so you would take the thing off. Take the diaper off so that they could go hygienically. And if you think about it we wouldn't have lasted this long as a human species if we weren't born with those instincts to be clean and dry and so babies are constantly communicating to their parents. Hey i need this or any of that and with you see is just a matter of figuring out what that is for your baby and yeah it doesn't. There's no i'm too late. And there's no oh i have to do this. Full on every single line poop ec as an exposure technique so literally whenever you find out about it before eighteen months is all good and then yeah you totally do get to start wrapping it up at eleven months or even if you kind of have asked started or whatever and then you're like okay. I'm going to get serious now. She's walking This is a great time. Because in montessori school of thought this is the sensitive period twelve to eighteen months where this is their developmental task so they actually really want control over this during that period. So we always. I always recommend wrapping it up starting at walking and then yet by the time eighteen months comes around like if you remove the diapers early enough. It's so much easier and babies rise to the occasion. They're like oh and they've been watching you. They've been watching you and you're going bathroom and they're like i want to do that and i'm walking and i can and it like it's so straightforward of their instincts

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How Pornography Was a Catalyst to Becket Cook's Same Sex Attraction

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | Last month

How Pornography Was a Catalyst to Becket Cook's Same Sex Attraction

"Well one of the things that act. I think that really activated. It was early prior to that night when a year or a couple years before that night. I was exposed to pornography for the first time with playboy mac with a playboy magazine. I friends neighbors. Father had playboy magazine stashed under his bed. And i remember him. Showing me the magazines and i was just flooded with this kind of like what is this and flooded with lust and had nowhere to go. Because i was obviously too young to your six or seven. I think i was at like eight. I think it was eight years old. But that lust had nowhere to go so what ended up happening. I think was because of my friendships. My male friendships elementary school. That that let's turn to them. Because that's who. I was around most of the time so i think that was the initial point so i think pornography was the initial catalyst in my case.

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How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

Marketing School

02:23 min | Last month

How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

"We're gonna talk about how many marketing channels is too many at a time. So it's funny. Everyone's like oh. Yeah you need omni channel. And eric and i are big on omni channel. Some people you know ask us like. Aw is it too many ongoing after all these channels on it's like nascar and the answer is it really varies. If you're established business you have tons of people. You have a big team. You ideally want to go after all of them and if you're a small business in the short run you can't go after all the channels you need to go after all the ones that are producing the best results have the potential once. You're getting enough results in revenue than you can expand it add more channels than event. You can get to all about at the beginning. Union folks on the ones that are going to drive the biggest r. y. Yeah let's just use a case study here. So let's compare neal's his social audiences versus mine right so let's start with me. I right so thinking about where. I put my focus right now in this podcast. I spent a lot of time on the siegel brain blog over the years. And you know it's a couple hundred thousand visits a month right now which is great and then the other thing i would say to is for a period of time. I focused on youtube and growing pretty well right every video. Put out relatively speaking for my channel. Maybe a couple of thousand and go to a couple of hundred thousand views right for video and that's really good for the channel size because right now my subscribers about sixty thousand or so. It's like huge rights and so at the time a couple years ago. When i focused on youtube. I was getting those at least a couple of thousand per video now when i post on youtube. I'm lucky i get a couple hundred if even breaks thousand rights. It's because i haven't put as much time to focus on it nor have i built up a really big core audience right. This podcast has night's audience. What i would say. Is you get whatever you focus on at the end of the day right so i focused on single blog for a long four or five years before it broke one hundred thousand visits and now it started to compound and so if you go back and now you think about neil where. He's been doing this for a very long time. She started with the creek sprout blog. First and then he started buildings audiences ob and then from there he built his email list up and he started diversify over to youtube and then the other channels well why he has he kind of started made one really big and then everything they kind of spread out the attention right so there's different ways of doing it but what i've said for most people starting out is which is actually this is what neil that you focus on one first and then you branch out.

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Travis Barker Vowed to Fly Again After 2008 Plane Crash: ‘I Have To’

Big Boy's Neighborhood

01:46 min | Last month

Travis Barker Vowed to Fly Again After 2008 Plane Crash: ‘I Have To’

"He's a friend of the neighborhood, and we remember this and I do think most people do. But I think some people forget that back in 2000 and Travis worker was in a plane crash where they tragically Four people died. It was only he technically is the only sole survivor from that plane crash because DJ AM passed away a year later. But for a long time, Travis Barker didn't fly, You know, rightfully so, considering everything that he went through, and actually he's been in the neighborhood and you guys have talked about it, and he talked about his experience with it for a couple years. It was real. I'd be in the back of the tour bus just waiting, you know, like impact with something like That I felt in a in a way. I don't think anyone else experienced, um and lived through it that I was always waiting for that. Did you feel the impact where you sleep in the plane? Or did you feel that that impact also Now I was the only one awake during the whole the whole process. Man. Would you ever fly again? Are you Right now. It's no Yeah. Yeah, man, And we've had conversations with that man. And I know this hypnotist. That's a real hypnotist by the name of Tom Tom Silver, Right? And he was going to sit with Tom Silver. And we we had talked about it, you know, And hopefully I'm not saying too much. But then you know, Jenni Rivera passed in her plane crash, and we just kind of you know, And I'm sure Yeah, that any time that would something like that would happen. It would take him so I can't imagine that. Oh, Get him out. No. But the last few years, Travis has said. He's really thought about it more, he said. You know if his kids wanted to travel, he would think about it. But it seems also that love has pushed him to have a breakthrough really big. They're saying that Travis has taken his first flight since that plane crash, and it's a little bit of it was the help from Kourtney Kardashian, his girlfriend, and they said, according to sources, I

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Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications That Mine Unstructured Data

The Voicebot Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications That Mine Unstructured Data

"Ryan steele berg. Welcome to the voice about podcast. I am so excited to be here. I've listened to a ton of them. And i'm finally sank. I got the invite so appreciate awesome. I didn't know that you've been a listener before. I never assume that people have even heard of us now. I have you know i. It's anything that says voice in a i. I think it needs to be on the top of my research less. Oh no i'm. I'm thankful for you and another journalist really diving into this exciting category great. I think it's long overdue. That i have you on it and i think about the when i was first introduced verizon's several years ago. I thought of you sort of in the ad tech space Doing the quality assurance At performance Maybe doing some of the asset management pieces for people could go into their media their unstructured data media assets. Find the little bits that they really needed. Exploited them in new ways and so Over the last couple years you've totally transformed like i'm thinking back shortly after you were founded fourteen fifteen sixteen to seeing you guys early on but it's like an entirely different business now it has it's been somewhat similar to our previous companies where you know when you get to a point scale in one area you know at times an opportunity on flexible Presents itself right and you can either go after the bigger idea or you were talking about a pre show or hunker down and just try to own the small right that you're going after Dan this business thankfully Kind of organically presented a much bigger more dynamic opportunities for us and and obviously we've seen are kind of tripled down on that in river starting to reap the rewards for that

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Samsung 'Unfolds' Two New Galaxy Z Smartphones

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:49 sec | Last month

Samsung 'Unfolds' Two New Galaxy Z Smartphones

"Is rolling out. Two new phones with foldable screens. The galaxy z. Fold three five g. will cost eighteen hundred dollars two hundred dollars less than its predecessor. The phones seven point six inch screen folds up like a book revealing screen on the front that can perform most features a smaller model the galaxy z. Flip three will cost under a thousand dollars. It folds in half with a front screen that can display up to four app icons and it allows users to read several lines of notification and messages without opening the device. Samsung's last attempted a foldable phone. A couple years ago failed to catch on with consumers who questioned the product's durability in price. The company hopes as the economy reopens more consumers. Try out the phones stores. They'll be more likely to buy

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The Harley-Davidson Turn-Around Story: Changing the Image of the Company

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:15 min | Last month

The Harley-Davidson Turn-Around Story: Changing the Image of the Company

"I want to ask you about the action steps that you took during those first couple years at harley to lead this epoch turn i know you took hundreds of action steps thousands but can you remember a few of some of the biggest or most the ones that made the biggest impact. We're gonna action steps. Did you take intact going back again. This thought and i it to the combat that you just made about this sort of that that fear that people have for who represented partly writers and what about our earliest mission get over. That was to essentially. Show the world who we really are. Let people see us for who we really are. And i need to tell you that that was an abysmal failure. And i'll tell you why because one of the earliest in greatest lessons. I had gone through. This process came compliments of a woman at the new york times. I called her up inviting her to come to a dealership so that she could talk to sinn riders. You know see just what wonderful people we are. She had nothing to fear As she just cut me off at the knees she goes. I know what you're saying. And i know what you're trying to do and i just want tell you it's not gonna work honestly well. Why not and she goes. All i know is what i see what i see are scary looking rough people rough-looking women on the back. So no matter how you spin it. That's not what i'm seeing and therefore it's not real and that that just kinda hit me a lot of other people like Smack upside the head. Because it's so obvious. It's so true what she was saying that that's not what people were seeing Because we those of us who then writing communities who don't look scary however you define. That didn't have that stereotypically. We never pinned on anybody's radar. We were totally invisible. The overwhelming majority of the hurley. Righty community was invisible to the non. Right he communicates. We didn't look like you know the people that we'd all been accustomed to being afraid of because we didn't match that image so therefore people didn't notice this

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"couple years ago" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

08:33 min | Last month

"couple years ago" Discussed on WBUR

"A story a couple years ago on Houston. You know, there are a lot of folks in Houston who have differing opinions on climate change. But here's the thing in Houston. The increase in air temperature has led to about a 10 to 15% increase in annual precipitation. Now they have about 6 to 8 inches more of rainfall each year. And they did back in 1970, which is the equivalent of about 45 extra days of precipitation every single year, and so suddenly someone who might have been kind of hesitant as to how a big global weather pattern could affect them suddenly has a way to think. Hey, I've seen flooding in Houston before it's made more likely thanks to climate change, and so it becomes much more real to them. So it really depends where I'm forecasting with whom I'm communicating but trying to get the effects on a local level to show them how it's actually affecting their daily life is really the big Turtle. Do you think that your profession local meteorologists are doing enough to help explain why what's happening locally is happening. I don't to be honest, and I think part of it is that in many regions, the country people are tied down based on sort of the political climate around climate change. I think that there are meteorologists who are starting to lash onto really communicating climate change. And there are many great organizations out there like climate Central, for example, that gives us as broadcast meteorologist, statistics and graphics that we can use on air. I think that's vitally important because Television meteorologist is usually the only degreed scientists the member of the public interacts with on a daily basis. And so if we can be that trusted messenger who is conversing with somebody every day in their living room, then we can have that conversation in a way that they might be more receptive to than hearing it from other sources. I want to ask you a question. Matthew. That is admittedly a little bit outside your wheelhouse. But as you're talking about politicization of science, I think, of course about about Covid 19 and the science around Covid and the vaccines. And, of course, that's a different issue from climate change. But I think one thread that similar is a distrust in science, a distrust in institutions and a lot of misinformation that is Sort of muddying the waters and making it hard for policymakers to take action. That's really urgent as you've watched that unfold based on what you do, and your job is someone whose job it is to look at science and communicated to the public in a very understandable way. Is there anything that you see and go? I do that differently. I think the biggest thing is trying to make people feel smart, and I think so often we see people who are trying to teach science who are trying to get really important information out to the public. Either completely unable to communicate signs to begin with and talking, You know, a PhD level or sort of of babying the audience and really not giving them a credit. That kind of turns off the audience. No matter how you slice it. I want to engage in an educated conversation with with the audience figure out where they are. Teach them something new. And once you make somebody feel like they know a little bit, they're much more interested in paying attention to learn a little bit more climate change is obviously heavy subject, but I'm wondering what makes you excited about whether what made you want to go into this field. I love the fact that every day I can do what I love. I can look up at the sky. See something amazing. And no. Two days are the same. There's always something new that I'm learning something new them seeing something new them getting to witness and I've seen things in my short 23 years. Most people wouldn't ever imagine getting to see I flew beneath the northern lights early this year. I skydived. I chased seven tornadoes. I've gotten softball size. Hail, I've seen multiple total solar eclipses. And I love the fact that no matter how good I get forecasting, there will be surprises. There will be something new, and I think that's one of the biggest messages here is that it's really amazing out there. If people would put down the phones occasionally look up. I think they'd be really amazed by what they saw. And I think it's important to remember, too, that we all share the same sky. And that's that's kind of the bottom line of this. That was Matthew. Go, Poochy, meteorologist for the Washington Post and member station WFMU. Thanks so much for your time. Thank you. You're listening to NPR news. Mhm. The CDC issued a new eviction moratorium this past week. The goal is to keep people housed in areas with high rates of covid 19 transmission. Since the new moratorium doesn't expire until early October. Tenants around the country have a few extra weeks to access some of the roughly $47 billion in federal rental assistance. But getting that money to renters has not been easy. And for the millions who may face eviction, the situation is dire. A lot of them are just desperate, and many of them have gotten to the stage where they're frightened. They don't even want to read. You know the notice on the door or Take the call or go to their rent office and try to explain what's happening there. They're just afraid that you know they can't stop. What seems like It's an inevitable process. That's Lisa. I say she's the executive director of Bridge Ministries in Birmingham, Alabama. It's a nonprofit that provides services to people experiencing homelessness and eviction. Throughout the country. Groups like hers have been asked to help distribute the funds. But she says there are challenges. It's the logistics of it. You know, when you have to have someone come in, and they tell you they need something. That's step one. You still have to go through the documentation process of showing everything on paper, you have to get the cooperation of the person they're renting from. That's not always easy. We've had out of town out of state property owners that we've had tremendous difficulty getting in touch with sometimes even if they want to help. You can't just start writing checks with no due diligence and that's one place, she says. The government can help by providing tax information or other data that can speed up the process of getting money to people. One thing that would help me And this is just me personally is having the different federal systems give us folks to communicate with because, oddly enough, we sometimes need to get in touch with Person running a different system and being able to have a line of communication set up so that we can say is this person who they say they are, for example. This property is actually in existence. That's not a vacant lot. You know weird things that you wouldn't think of. We have to check all that and it takes time. But time isn't something renters have much of Isis says her group has been working with local judges to prevent eviction when possible. Still, despite the challenges, she tells us that she's happy about the people, she has been able to help. And that has been a silver lining. Well, we have a family that we assisted recently It was a woman with several Children. She had been sick with Covid. Two of her Children contracted Covid last year. So, of course she had gotten behind on everything and was barely even feeding them, let alone paying rent and utilities and we were able to go back and catch up all of her utilities as well as her rent. And she is got a job working online now, which is great. That's what she needed. She needed something to help catch her up and then sustain her for a little longer until she was able to get pretty much back on track, and that's what this is designed to do. That was Lisa. I say executive director of Bridge Ministries in Birmingham, Alabama, talking about the challenges of distributing federal rental assistance. Yeah. This is NPR news. This is 90.9. W b. U r n w bur dot org. Turn your old vehicle into new news support the programs you love by donating your car or boat to W b u R details at w bur dot org slash cars. In the forecast cloudy skies tonight with.

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Target Begins Ulta Beauty Mini-Store Rollout

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Target Begins Ulta Beauty Mini-Store Rollout

"Heard news. This was coming and now they're starting to open up ulta beauty at target rolled out there hundred target stores. There's eight hundred locations in the united states. Now that have this sort of shop in shop for ulta beauty and now we're finally seeing what they look like and which brands will be there. And it's like it cosmetics. You know santro pace smash box. Mac at target which i think is fascinating. I'm so curious to see how that is received the community. Because i remember meeting with an a target executive like for this project a couple years ago and she was talking about. You know they're trying to make target like a more fun place to shop for what the big thing was. That was the big concern that we both landed on that we were talking about a lot lighting interesting. It was wasn't like glamorous glamorous but also conducive to that feeling of like you know when you go into like you could pop in there before a night out and you feel like you're getting ready there like a boudoir sensibility to the light right. I'm not saying like it. Needs to be lamb lighting. But like there's something about the fluorescence of a mass retailer that does not invite me to shop linoleum not word ladder. It's not it's not. Yeah it's dot kind of Atmospheric you know. Yeah like like you. Price check on. I'll ten million floors while you're trying to like try out a new eyeliner i get it. I'm not trying to buy those kind of funny now. We yeah yeah yeah. It doesn't get you in the mood for. Yeah yeah so if you have a local target near you and you're in the united states pop in check it out. I think they're doing a really good job of like Beauty it up if you

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U.S. Women's Soccer Players Supported by Men's Team in Equal Pay Lawsuit

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U.S. Women's Soccer Players Supported by Men's Team in Equal Pay Lawsuit

"Is this. We have told you in the past couple years a couple of times about how the women's team Is suing US soccer, the governing body for pay discrimination. They have lost the first round. The women have the case is currently on appeal. Here, though, is the news. The men's national team has filed a brief in support of the women saying in relevant part that U. S soccer and here's the quote. Remember, this is the men saying this has persistently treated the women as second class throughout the 35 year history of the women's national team, So there you go. Oh, The marketplace is supported by progressive insurance,

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Empowering Individuals Consent Using NFTs and Blockchain  Insights From Acoer

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02:02 min | Last month

Empowering Individuals Consent Using NFTs and Blockchain Insights From Acoer

"Jim thank you for joining us today. Could you please give a brief introduction to yourself our listeners. We haven't heard our first podcast. I won't eat hurry. Thank you for having me back. I appreciate your kindness. And obviously in perhaps and in retrospect foolishness bag but as you know i'm passionate by work that we do and i think is also important so happy to be back in and just talk to you by some new ideas that we have as you mentioned the core and Basically where a product development company. I really our vision. And our work is all about building useful usable. Real time technologies that can be used largely healthcare space. We have some clients matter spaces as well but but really focus on healthcare as you may remember was Formerly chief software architect centers for disease control in alaska. A number of years particular last couple years coed unfortunately being such a big issue for all of us globally. I've been heavily involved in building technologies around. They just help out. Forms and supporting specifically kind of covert response with over last year so with mayo clinic and somewhere public health so very much in this bays but but really kind of our vision. I think it is no way soon to be more efficient to more effective in i. It's just shameful to me that in the us we are so Wasteful you know when it comes to healthcare where we spent an enormous amount of money united society almost twenty percent of our gross domestic product. It goes to healthcare yet. You know we're at the bottom of the rankings. When it comes to effectiveness the bottle rankings when it comes to expense Medicine

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I said a couple years ago. Go all in Seattle. I mean, put a socialist in there and let us really experience it. I mean, really experience it just like the people on the conservative side. We've never one because we've never played a real conservative. We need Ted Cruz in there. It's got a real conservative. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, He's going to see it cuts both ways. Right? The extremes on each side of the party can doom the electoral chances of the mainstream of the party and you can tie right, Tom. The conservatives tie somebody to all the crazies on the hard right. Or you tie all the crazies on the hard left. And you sink the person with that, right? Yes, Yes, absolutely. And by the way, when I say that blacks and Hispanics as a group aren't as liberal as the white liberals, I mean, that's not. We're not comparing at all to to all Caucasians, but it's still percentage points. It's like 2% more African Americans voted for Trump than than before, So it's still I mean, it's still like 80 death, You know, seven or 10 or something, and this ending with Hispanics. There were 9% more Hispanics voting for Trump than you know than normal or something, So it's terrible as what it is in a beach. He is he's still He still picked up. I mean, that's the amazing thing I've always thought because the Republican Party, not Donald Trump, the ruling party has always tried to argue about conservative family values. And I thought, thank God there's still racist enough that they can They spur. They spurn African Americans and Hispanics and enough and enough policies that they haven't haven't attracted them with their conservative failing values. Yeah, right. Even though for some reason there as racist as they all are. You still picked up more blacks and you pick the born Hispanics because I think they have a small percentage. But, yes, Joe Biden said that if you're not voting for me, you're Yeah, you're not black or whatever. That racist thing, he said was alright. Tracy Taylor, look at traffic for us. We cleared our wreck on 59 and Alexander Evan. We've also cleared our wreck on north on four or five near 70th in Kirkland. But we're still left with the backup on north on foil. Five out of Bellevue and heading out that direction south and four or five still struggles outside of Factorial through Newcastle in South 25 as we get closer to the West Seattle Bridge Traffic is brought to you by Emerald Queen Casino, where every seat at table games is now open Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest. Radio, Real time traffic and Tracy Taylor Ursula's top five. So we now know who made the decision to abandon Seattle's East Precinct last summer, which eventually led to the formation of Chop in Capitol Hill. It was assistant chief Tom Mahaffy. This is a continued example of.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Was one a couple years ago. He and Clay did it member together. Don't big. Yeah, it could be your mother. Want one? No, No. Neither 11 didn't didn't like Joe Harris win it or something. Yeah, but I think clay had a better score than step. But I could be wrong, But I think he did. I think, yeah. Yeah, we'll get into it. We'll have some fun now watching it this weekend. I definitely want you You two follow up with us on Monday. As how Declan? I'm dead serious about this. Like how Declan kind of ranks, the activities, least busy watching. You know the magic play the Hawks to do totally if you could get him away from right. Charlotte, Right. Portland on a Wednesday number Well, Charlotte watch Charlotte number three Sports story from the MBA. Harvard last night. Speaking of that MBA, check out the Phoenix Suns, who? The Warriors play tomorrow night. Even with Devin Booker getting ejected for quite a light infraction. By the way, the reps gotta cool out with this nonsense. They're out of control this year with them with the whistle squad. Rest run amok. Calm. You're robbing us of entertainment here. But even without Booker in the second half, the sun still beat the skid in Los Angeles Lakers like the Lakers only got it for the Warriors. That's it. Yeah. Cause they're losing games all over the place unless you're playing the Warriors. Ah sons, 1 14 Lakers 104. Despite LeBron's 38 Now a little bit of news, the Lakers have finally decided LeBron just sit it out. So they're flying up to Sacramento tonight to play the Kings, and they told LeBron Stay home that Bron Bron needs did arrest. I'm fine with that, By the way, I'm still laughing at your reps running amok dot com. Great website. Dude, Just get on to the website just see different footage of different reps. Ejecting players remember the very now politically Super politically incorrect girls gone wild Polly from the old days member. I don't even know how that was ever legal any of that stuff they should show Those like infomercials like How is this even on TV? Remember, Remember, there was one clip They show where the girl says to the camera might happens in Panama City stays in Panama City. Imagine to which money, But he said, Well, apparently no, it doesn't. No, not anymore. You know when that dude around whatever that kid's name was, who had because I'm not in Panama, saying, And there you are on this. Mean, right there. Hope so. You too young to even and you're better off for it. Believe me, dude, I know it. Those were playing, you know, middle of when I was a kid. Oh, yeah. Actually did was kind of fun as a kid to catch those commercials. Students think that guy got went to jail. Oh, he had to have been G had got him. That guy broke every law known to mankind. I mean, it was awful awful stuff, right? Yeah. Yeah, You're right. Like what? You'd be staying up late watching like Dave Letterman or something. And then he's like, Yeah, we'll be back with Drew Barrymore. Right after this and then pulling girls gone wild and start coming on. You're like, Wait a minute. What is this? Because Like borderline like, totally inappropriate on every level. Yeah, totally inappropriate, And they they they did commercials on TV Right to girls gone wild Rush. Refs run amok wraps that run amok dot com Couple more quick ones here, clippers. There's kind of skin like the Lakers. They've lost 58. They lost to the Celtics last night. Won 17 1 12 on a night? Kawai Leonard Scratch with back spasms. What I'm saying is now with the Lakers skidding in the Clippers, skinning what I'm crafting a path of the warriors to win the West, by the way. Although here's a guy who says maybe not Nikola Yo Kage. This is the second straight day in the top 6 37 points, 11 assists 10 rebounds last night. That's his ninth triple double of the season. That's his 50th of his career. Break. This stat. He's now only the second center in the history of the NBA With 50 triple doubles. You might guess who the other guy was. Yeah. His name was Wilt Chamberlain. And he had 78 of them running away. Damn! So the nuggets 11 28 to 97 over the bucks. Oh, here come the Nuggets, and here comes Nikola. Yokich. My friend's number two sports story is the warrior's back at it tonight with a tough road game at Portland. It's Dame and staff. Our favorite seven o'clock tip member. They split those two games in San Francisco in January. Steve Curses Draymond Green will play. That's good news. They later Blazers and misses them. Horses. See Gemma Collins been out for a while. They are missing. Yusef ner kitsch. The big man there, Mrs Collins, the big man, so They've lost four out of five. They just broke a little four games, kid the other night there 19 and 14 there just ahead of the warriors, 19 and 16. But, Polly, you are going to get a little dose of Carmelo Anthony tonight, So I kind of like I told you I'm kind of a closet Carmelo head Now I know he's up there with him. Yeah. Yeah, Here's Steph Curry talking about Oakland's own Damian Lillard and how he.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A couple years ago October of two thousand seventeen if you're looking for a date we did an interview with the CEO of the biggest hotel chain in the world Arne Sorenson and I had a Cup of coffee in the dining room of the Ritz Carlton on Central Park south in New York City Ritz is one American brands that's the company that's runs and runs and we had a long talk about the travel and hospitality business and what he saw from where he sets suffice it to say that that business looks really different right now so we got our insurance on the phone to talk things over Mr Sorenson is good to have you back on the program thank you okay good to be with you again so I have to tell yeah obviously we've all been following the the course of the economics of this crisis I kind of realized it was gonna get real serious when I saw America mountain say we're probably gonna have to lay off tens of thousands of people when did you know it was gonna be serious well there was a sort of creeping sense for a few days that this was bad we had a weekend maybe three or four weeks ago when the news left China and showed up in Korea in Italy I think that was sort of filled with foreboding because it looked like it had left Asia and it was moving around the world and it looked it looked likely at that point time that was going to move in the United States in some manner but it was in the week or maybe two weeks after that that we started to see business simply disappear you said on CNBC the other day we want people to be strong enough when we re open which yes of course we do but what does it look like to you there it's gonna make merry at strong enough to reopen because there's months to go on this yet with nobody going to hotels well there's obviously a lot of uncertainty about when we start to tiptoe back out in the life I think even more importantly than that and something we've spelled off a lot of time with them talking with politicians both on the hill and in the administration the last few weeks is let's make sure that the tools to support our people are set up to be available immediately to them at levels that allow them to survive not have too much disruption in their lives and so that they too were ready to get back let me dip into the political here for just sections you alluded to it are you satisfied that this two trillion dollars from Congress is going to be enough for you can have are they gonna have to go back to the well as it were it is a eight hundred page bill that it won't surprise you to hear many of us have not read yet and we're really trying to digest what is in there I'm encouraged by what they've done with respect to the unemployment insurance scheme I'm encouraged by what they've done in terms of loans to small businesses and remember many of our hotels are owned by third parties virtually all of them often run by those third parties and they are small businesses and then of course you got some provisions on loans for others including bigger companies I'm not sure that will need any of those but I think the tools that are in there are powerful biggest biggest bailout of all time obviously two trillion dollars do they have to go back to the well again maybe but only if it lasts for probably more than a quarter so would be my guess less thing Mister Sorenson and then I'm gonna let you go and it's I'm gonna take a turn of the personal here and and and I'm just gonna see how it goes so you put out a video on Twitter a week ago today which somehow seems like a really long time ago to all married employees and we should say here you are being treated for pancreatic cancer you look like you are being treated for pancreatic cancer he said in the beginning this video the your advisors had suggested you not do video maybe because of that and you won on you deliver to really sober but fundamentally uplifting message but I wanna get to the end of it the thing around like five minutes and it was clear to me at the end that you've got emotional and I guess the question coming out of that is are you scared I am how to answer that question I I am five of the impact to the thousands of people that we've got across the world who depend on the work that they do for us for their livelihoods and for their families livelihoods and I'm terrified that they have the resources that they need in order to get through it it is still early in this process wild furloughs have happened across the world young people are getting used to that were in the first week or two in the United States where that's the case number a few months in advance of that across Asia Pacific but the impact people's lives will be profound and I we took three takes on that video and I'll confess that I didn't choke up in exactly the same sentence every time but I did choke up every one of the three times and I wasn't intended to me and I said to the crew afterwards figure out which can use from that but I choke up because I just think of the profound impact to the lives of folks who have zero responsibility for the crisis that we're in and who will pay a price which is much higher than they deserve to pay they don't deserve to pay any price I am so we've got to find a way of communicating with them being transparent with them to get through this together we will ultimately people will come back to life because were resilient people all across the globe including particularly in the United States but we gotta get there sooner rather than later in order to minimize the payment so many will be RT Sorenson is the CEO of merit the source and tax return preparation thank U. K. on Wall Street today marriage years and really do so well the traders look at that terrible number first time jobless claims that we got this morning and they decided to buy anyway we'll have the details when we do the numbers okay change gears here the mask in ventilator and personal protective equipment store you're up to speed on right late start in the Nile at the national policy level means there isn't enough of anything at the tactical seeing desperately sick patients everyday level as we've talked about on this program that is a manufacturing problem to be sure and as with most manufacturing problems therein lies a supply chain problem marketplace's Sabri vanished yours on now the shortages of important medical materials have inspired fear among many Americans Michael still now is CEO of the coalition for a prosperous America we can't produce enough ventilators we can't produce facemasks hospital grounds or in sufficient quantities gloves most latex glove gloves are made in Malaysia some countries like China haven't been able to produce what they normally export to us other places like the European Union have actively limited exports and intend to hoard supplies Emily Blanchard is professor of economics at Dartmouth's tuck school of business she says there is an upside to interdependence it also means potentially more resilience to shocks it at home and in the rest of the world having a diversified global supply chain can mean you have a lot of different backup sources as long as governments don't throw up barriers if governments will stop raising barriers during the difficult times then it's really not risky to depend on each other and in fact that's a great way for humanity to protect itself against something like a pandemic a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation last week to start tackling the current supply problem you would have pharmaceutical companies report to the FDA just how much of their active pharmaceutical ingredients they get from suppliers in different countries one of naira is professor of operations and supply chain management at Michigan State University one needs to have a good understanding of what that capacity looks like if for instance certain factory closures might happen due to kind of situation that you're facing now final don't miss Blanchard says the US should have better stockpiles of locally produced goods to hedge against catastrophe in New York I'm so we've been short for market there is a huge part of this coronavirus story that is a data and yet a privacy.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A couple years ago October of two thousand seventeen if you're looking for a date we did an interview with the CEO of the biggest hotel chain in the world Arne Sorenson and I had a Cup of coffee in the dining room of the Ritz Carlton on Central Park south in New York City rich is one America's brands that's the company that's runs and runs and we had a long talk about the travel and hospitality business and what he saw from where he sets suffice instead suffice it to say that that business looks really different right now so we got our insurance on the phone to talk things over Mr Sorenson is good to have you back on the program thank you okay good to be with you again so I have to tell you obviously we've all been following the the course of the economics of this crisis I kind of realized it was gonna get real serious when I saw America about and say we are probably gonna have to lay off tens of thousands of people when did you know it was gonna be serious well there was a sort of creeping sense for a few days that this was bad we had a weekend maybe three or four weeks ago when the news left China and showed up in Korea in Italy I think that was sort of filled with foreboding because it looked like it had left Asia and it was moving around the world and it looked it looked likely at that point time that was going to move in the United States in some manner but it was in the week or maybe two weeks after that that we started to see business simply disappear you said on CNBC the other day we want people to be strong enough when we re open which yes of course we do but what does it look like to you there it's gonna make Marriott strong enough to reopen because there's months ago on this yet with nobody going to hotels well there's obviously a lot of uncertainty about when we start to tiptoe back out in the life I think even more importantly than that and something we've spelled off a lot of time with and talking with politicians both on the hill and then the administration the last few weeks is let's make sure that the tools to support her people are set up to be available immediately to them at levels that allow them to survive I'm not into much disruption in their lives and so that they too were ready to get back let me dip into the political her for just sections you alluded to it are you satisfied that this two trillion dollars in Congress is going to be enough for you can have are they gonna have to go back to the well as it were it is that eight hundred page bill that it won't surprise you to hear many of us have not read yet and we're really trying to just what is in there I'm encouraged by what they've done with respect to the unemployment insurance scheme I'm encouraged by what they've done in terms of loans to small businesses and remember many of our hotels are owned by third parties virtually all of them often run by those third parties and they are small businesses and then of course you got some provisions on loans for others including bigger companies I'm not sure that will need any of those but I think the tools that are in there are powerful biggest biggest bailout of all time obviously two trillion dollars do they have to go back to the well again B. B. but only if it lasts for probably more than a quarter so would be my guess less thing Mister Sorenson and then I'm gonna let you go and so I'm gonna take a turn to the personal here and and and I'm just gonna see how it goes so you put out a video on Twitter a week ago today which somehow seems like a really long time ago to all married employees and we should say here you are being treated for pancreatic cancer you look like you are being treated for pancreatic cancer he said in the beginning of this video the your advisors had suggested you not do video maybe because of that and you won on you delivered a a really sober but fundamentally uplifting message but I wanna get to the end of it the thing around like five minutes and it was clear to me at the end that you've got emotional and I guess the question coming out of that is are you scared I am how to answer that question I I am aside of the impact to the thousands of people that we've got across the world who depend on the work that they do for us for their livelihoods and for their families livelihoods and I'm terrified that they have the resources that they need in order to get through it it is we're still early in this process while our furloughs have happened across the world young people are getting used to that were in the first week or two in the United States where that's the case now work a few months in advance about across Asia Pacific but the impact people's lives will be profound and I we took three takes on that video and I'll confess that I didn't choke up in exactly the same sentence every time but I did choke up every one of the three times and I wasn't intended to me and I said to the crew afterwards figure out which can use from that but I choke up because I just think of the profound impact to the lives of folks who have zero responsibility for the crisis that we're in and who will pay a price which is much higher than they deserve to pay they don't deserve a penny press and so we've got to find a way of communicating with them being transparent with them to get through this together we will ultimately people will come back to life because we're resilient people all across the globe including particularly in the United States but we gotta get there sooner rather than later in order to minimize the payment so many will be RT Sorenson is the CEO of merit the source and tax return preparation thank U. K. on Wall Street today marriage years didn't really do so well the traders look at that terrible number first time jobless claims we got this morning and they decided to buy anyway we'll have the details when we do the numbers okay change gears here the mask in ventilator and personal protective equipment store you're up to speed on right late start in the Nile at the national policy level means there isn't enough of anything at the tactical seeing desperately sick patients everyday level as we've talked about on this program that is a manufacturing problem to be sure and as with most manufacturing problems therein lies a supply chain problem marketplace's Sabri Ben issuers on now the shortages of important medical materials have inspired fear among many Americans Michael steam out as CEO of the coalition for a prosperous America we can't produce enough ventilators we can't produce face masks hospital grounds or in sufficient quantities gloves most latex glove gloves are made in Malaysia some countries like China haven't been able to produce what they normally export to us other places like the European Union have actively limited exports and intend to hoard supplies Emily Blanchard is professor of economics at Dartmouth's tuck school of business she says there is an upside to interdependence it also means potentially more resilience to shocks it at home and then the rest of the world having a diversified global supply chain can mean you have a lot of different backup sources as long as governments don't throw up barriers if governments will stop raising barriers during the difficult times then it's a really not risky to depend on each other and in fact that's a great way for humanity to protect itself against something like a pandemic a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation last week to start tackling the current supply problem you would have pharmaceutical companies report to the FDA just how much of their active pharmaceutical ingredients they get from suppliers in different countries on and NYRB is professor of operations and supply chain management at Michigan State University one needs to have a good understanding of what that capacity looks like you for instance certain factory closures might happen due to kind of situation that you're facing now finally don't miss Blanchard says the US should have better stockpiles.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Don't find four or five guys that have been in like all the site young consideration in one room I don't think of it also you see was but anyway I don't want one but you know with him gone but we've got a bunch of guys that if it's extremely high level you still find that so there's a wealth of knowledge in here and now with him I think a lot of our younger starters we're gonna go to pick his brain even if they don't want to write their gonna get some feedback which is good though that's what you want out of an established starter as a veteran presence to go there and you know healthier younger starters same time help just everybody in general so it's been good do the conversations feel next level because I think he's a little more open describing things with us then maybe a lot of pictures are yeah that's part of it but just feels like he's constantly thinking about a lot yeah not necessarily is more vocal about it but you know he's he's pretty close a lot of guys in here if you really I'm talking about this so it's not anything I'm there for you know from a different perspective on it a lot of the nose you know that way I can get a job going to the bullpen to talk about his J. have going into you know savvy and I mean everyone is like guys and performed at and near that level kind of feel the same way about pitching it's a unique thought process of it so it's not anything new but it's it's nice to hear from you guys that you know was doing somewhere else I mean I learned some tricks officers in there pitching coach of a restaurant whose everyone has heard of this kind of a genius when it comes to some of these things and supporting his brain like what he's learned in other stops there's a lot of trickle down to having him in the rotation one of the impacts I think could be huge he is getting Chad green into more of a role he occupied a couple years ago perhaps even give ME two wings of the time how big of an impact could that have yeah you know using the you know most teams don't have that luxury is Chad as an opener right and there was times I was like you to be really nice to be able to get him playing the game to give someone else a blow or what not but I think he's in a fall back into a role that for us benefits the team benefits and because he's a dominant late inning arms I mean this to me I look at him in obviously just the situation is in right now but you know this again is closing a problem any other team is on and you know he's one of the best guys pure stuff you know you're not gonna find somebody has better so I think for him it's gonna be a big year can I hope you're settling into maybe a more consistent traditional role is going to really let him you know reaches top central but so far it looks really good you know I was really happy to see him bounce back last year when he dominated you know once he came back after you got options so that was good to see you live low in the zone Gary Sanchez is doing something with this stance that is designed to help them how is that worked on so far what if you notice a shift during hand in my sim game the other day nothing with him again tomorrow morning so we I would assume that we we talked about it's hard to gauge on one outing but and I threw a lot more breaking balls I did anything else really so as I get the singer going then we'll see I for me it's really whatever's gonna put him in the best position to be able to you know for me stick them all on his own or block about whatever is comfortable I didn't have any issues with the way it's set up last year so but I believe this.

"couple years ago" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"This couple years ago had a picture my foot up there all I do remember that that never healed it's better all god god it all right we got it we gotta do traffic and weather did you see the show and what kind of weird things will you often watch on you to one eight hundred two eight three one one point five to nineteen years fast traffic getting better the Radisson cell phone so we wanna crash picked up approaching Plainfield Avenue we still have that other issue in Edison though to crash investigation on route twenty seven south bound that remain shut down between two eighty seven vineyard road in the offering from north bound to any seven also blocked elected to for south bound twenty seven if you're exiting the turnpike northbound triplanes interchange thirteen we've got a vehicle off the roadway leveling shoulder blocked and Lawrence township south and some to do not to ninety five they're making progress we've got just one we block now by exit sixty seven the we are still slow coming into that area and a cherry hill route seventy west bound up by two ninety five you've got fire department activity with one lane blocked still looks good across the Hudson leaving New Jersey I just a heads up if you're entering the garden state off the GWB self expressly to ninety five very heavy back out towards route eighty with a stalled out tractor trailer this report sponsored by indeed dot com indeed knows your company's roadmap to success start with hiring first rate employees visit indeed dot com slash higher today and try tailored solutions to help discover the best people for your business traffic every fifteen minutes next report to thirty three from the all American auto group traffic desk shop today at all American auto group dot com I'm Jeff from Hyundai Jersey one a one point five Jersey one one point five your news traffic and weather first responders to the minute information from our award winning news to you I'm Erik Scott topping our report this hour count on us to get you around with bass traffic Williams the Jersey traffic traffic stop count on us to keep you and your family safe with instant weather I'm meteorologist stands there are on a one point five your first responders for news traffic and weather today's horoscope brought to you by geico Capricorn's today is a perfect day for romance and fun filled activities with your partner and my fun filled activities we mean shopping for car insurance.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KTRH

"Fastest growing new game. you can't lose. like close attention it's the game where you we don't down the question so much we pretty much guarantee you cannot lose here's a question. two young scientists working for the Clorox company were hell bent on formulating a grease cutting cleaner. after four hundred eight failed formula attempts they finally got what they were looking for what did they call the new product. formula for and I will give you credit good call thank you that was Claudia Jim go ahead. yeah. but she ended up and join. all right up loving. one of your order. I think ever did what was. well it's mostly all of the YMCA with basketball soccer baseball and softball for my son for ten years and my daughter from a couple years ago my daughter for four years after that sixteen years all together. and I was not a jock of the killer never play organized sports. but. thanks for all the right person are my static Dougherty like free you know free school or just for kindergarten whatever. I don't like the way the coach treated get right go so I volunteered because of exceeding just that somebody doing doing better with the kids I was real lucky I had yelled over the years I have a lot of volunteers as a coach is that yeah I know more about the sports tonight it but they wanna be coach and it just worked out great good for you. my experience with youth sports is the guys who don't want to coach.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Program a couple years ago P. W. C. has paid off nearly twenty six billion dollars worth of student loan debt about eight thousand PWC staffers are receiving payments toward their student debt how do you find an employer like that we're joined now by Susan Tom poor personal finance columnist at the Detroit Free Press Susan what's trending there are more companies are starting to add a benefit look if you will to pay down your student loan debt you're not gonna get a ton of money but maybe fifty dollars or a hundred dollars a month from the company to pay down your student loan debt right now but eight percent of the companies are offering that so it's important if you're out with a college degree to maybe ask and compare you know what's being offered this is on the table that might be something you could find attractive well you mentioned on your story P. W. C. the former price Waterhouse coopers they seem to have would be considered pretty generous program now yes I think I think that would be considered pretty generous as they will their program has been out there a little while her absence to sixteen I believe and they will offer a hundred dollars a month interview Dion woman who is working in Detroit and she she found that perk to be quite attractive and so they pay a hundred a month and they'll cover this up for six years so potentially knocking off seven thousand two hundred dollars in principle which is a lot of money and then don't forget it you're not gonna pay principle you're also Clinton into the interest double you know you're looking at a benefit or value prince of eight thousand or ten thousand dollars depending on how long the company offers to do this and of course depending on your interest rate it's an important thing to ask about our many students in our graduating with five figure that in the theory is you know you're not gonna get these jobs without these college degrees so maybe the employer is starting to one thirty to recognize that a lot of our young people are getting out there with some pretty pretty steep Bustin loans in this could be a benefit if you look at who tracked or keep a young talent good talent you some of these programs also offer this appearance we have parents of course are borrowing and parent plus loan and no one company Kerr heart of a famous brand here made in Detroit heavy duty clothing wear and sometimes you do see them in the movies other people wearing them a signature clothing they offer fifty dollars a month but they've also extended their offer to parents with parent plus loans so even if you're not the students in a few cases out there these employers are recognizing that the financial headaches are causing some problems and this is a good way to perhaps make people feel better about their jobs Susan Susan Tom for personal finance columnist at the Detroit Free Press part of the USA today network thirty minutes now after the hour long.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It was probably a couple years ago. I told the story on the air where I was in Maui we rented drone shop. And this guy looked at me. And he said, you know, you should not be paying for cable TV, and I looked why is all you have to buy this box dragging box and in the dragon box, you hook it up to the internet, and you can get all the sports and movies and even video games latest were free. And I looked at the buffs he said two hundred fifty nine dollars. And then he said, well, you don't look like, you know, a lot about digital stuff. So you might need son to help you hook it up. He actually said that coming up in a few minutes. We get the calls from time to time here on the big show about went to the home and garden show, and I saw the dragon box. Do you think it's legit now the CC's plant down till you more about that. And another reinforcement on why you should always listen to us here at the commando show. And the phone lines are. Open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is way to join us. And as always there's Andrew Bisky and the Kim commando show Man-kei but injured this first caller is a little bit different. Yes. This is Deanna. She from Tampa, Florida. And she's got an amazing story. I actually read the story I read it. And because as you know, I have become a Big Apple watch fat us thought. How many how many days would keep watch? No more than fourteen. Okay. Why do you say that? Because that's how new things in your life, usually come and go they just like they come in. And then the daily things members smart water bottle and love this water bottle. Where is it? Well after a couple of weeks, it just wasn't that smart. That's why maybe plus I did some research about this water bottle. And they did a lot of tracking. Oh, that's fine. So when I got the watch I really thought you and Mike we're probably right? It wasn't something that when you first got the watch the I watch you got rid of. And then you've got the next years, and that's the one you're actually sticking. Yes. And I gave the first one to he was so excited. A little boy was at our house friend of the family, and I said, you know, stupid apple watch. And he said, oh, yes. I do here's mine. It was like a Hammy. But he still wears that. I saw last week. So but now the new apple watch a lot of whizbang things, right? You can take it your own G and things like that. But the big thing is that it's where technology that can have a different on our lives. And it's not just a difference on our lives. We're talking about difference between life and death. And that is the ashtray and Deanna in Tampa, Florida, either DNA. Welcome. So as I understand you were sitting in church tells what happened. Yes, I in church and my apple watch it alerted me that my heart rate with elevated and actually had a hundred ninety eight per minute. Okay. Wait, wait, one hundred ninety beats per minute. Did you feel that? I mean, I felt a little weird. So that's what I went to my mom and half her check it 'cause it was like really high for note of watch to alert it. Yeah. Because you don't just sitting down you're resting pulses. Probably like, you know between sixty and seventy fifteen seventy somewhere in there, and your mom is a registered nurse. Okay. So tell us what happened. So I had her check it and the watch it said seek medical. So I showed her a launch. And she checked it by you know, hand and her keeping on my red and just watching the clock and it match the watch it matched the amount of beat that that a lot. And so what was interesting is though is that it wasn't that you were having like heart issues per se. I mean, you were, but when she took you to the ER room the apple watch actually identified another diagnosis, right? Yeah. Yeah. When I later found out that I was in can make out your. Wow. And did you have any idea at all that anything was going on? Not at all. I actually rather -ly active in I was always doing. So it never really took a toll on body because of how active and how Schaal my body. Wow. And so what did they give you like a percentage of of kidney failure that you weren't at that time? That twenty percent kidney failure. That is something. And so obviously, you know, then they start taking care of you. And but it was because of the apple watch that you were wearing and that that's sudden accelerated heart rate, just sitting in church and what's going on today. Well, I finally got my date from a kidney transplant which June twenty. So we are I have a couple more dialysis treatment black in beginning. My new kidney. And who's the donor? Family friend that we knew per wild. But Schick in Alabama should donating to me and she twenty one. Wow. You know, what you are so blessed lucky, I'm very, you know, that's pretty amazing that you know, because of the watch now since then do you ever take the watch off? I got the new watch recently, and I've not declared off yet. Do you sleep with it? Now, I have to target out. That's good. And plus, you know, sometimes, you know, you get a lot of those notifications to. And I also understand that that Tim cook. From apple reached out. He did. And what happened? Reached out and let bane that mine story and fired Oppal company to keep improving on their apple it on their apple owned and all that stuff. So now because of this cross between technology and medicine has an influence what you wanna do in the future. I always wanted to be a nurse. But virgin like I just wanna keep ongoing medical field, quite one. I like like with the analogy how they can like intertwine. And certainly well, and it will certainly continue to intertwined. I mean, the medical profession and world technology is just growing like crazy. And as you get the transplant would you please keep in touch with us because I want to hear the rest of the story. And I wanna know what you're going to do. And if you ever get to Phoenix, you must deal you come over and say Hello to us at the show. You promise you got it. God bless you. And again, thank you so much for your call. You wanna stay right where you are? Because if you've ever sat there, and you said, you know, listen to the radio, and I love my radio stations. And and gush knows we do to now you can go ahead and get your favorite stations and programs on your smart. Speakers prince exactly how to do that here on the Kim.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Was probably a couple years ago. I've told the story on the air where I was in Maui we rented drone shop. And this guy looked at me. And he said, you know, you should not be paying for cable TV, and I looked why and says all you have to buy this box dragging box and in the dragon box, you hook it up to the internet, and you can get all the sports and movies that even video games latest stump for free. And I looked said well how much is the box. He said two hundred fifty nine dollars. And then he said, well, you don't look like, you know, a lot about digital stuff. So you might need your son to help you hook it up. He actually said that it coming up in a few minutes. We get the calls from time to time here on the big show about. Yeah. Went to the home and garden show, and I saw the dragon box. Do you think? It's legit. Well, now, the FCC is clamping down till you more about that. And another reinforcement on why you should always listen to us here at the Kim commando show and the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty two. Fifty fours away to join us. And as always there's Andrew Benke in the Kim commando show, man cave, but Andrew this. First caller is a little bit different. Yes. This is Deanna. She is from Tampa, Florida. And she's got an amazing story. I actually read the story I read it. And because as you know, I have become a Big Apple watch fan. Can you thought how many how many days would I keep watch? No more than fourteen. Okay. Why do you say that? Because that's how new things in your life, usually come and go, they they they come in. And then the only thing is great. Remember, you're smart water bottle and love that smart water bottle. Where is it? Well after a couple of weeks, it just wasn't that smart. That's why maybe plus I did some research about this mart water bottle. And they did a lot of tracking. Oh, that's fine. Not a big deal. But so when I got the watch I really thought you and Mike we're probably right? It wasn't something that I'd really when you first got the watch the first apple watch you got rid of. And then you've got the next years, and that's the one you're actually sticking with. Yes. And I gave the first one to he was so excited a little boy was at our house friend of the family. And I said, you know, you needed apple watch. And he said, oh, yes. I do here's mine. It was like a handout, but he's still wears that. I saw last week. So but now the so the new apple watch does a lot of whizbang things. Right. You can take your own e c g and things like that. But the big thing is that it's wearable technology that can have a difference on our lives. And it's not just a difference on our lives. We're talking about difference between life and death. That is Deanna story and Deanna in Tampa, Florida. Hi, their DNA. Welcome. So as I understand you were sitting in church tell us what happened. Yes. I sitting in church and my apple watch. It alerted me that my heart rate was elevated and actually at one hundred ninety eight permanent. Okay. Wait, wait, one hundred ninety per permitted. Did you feel that? I mean, I felt a little weird. So that's what I went to my mom and have her check it 'cause it was like really high for note a watch to alert it. Yeah. I mean 'cause you don't just sitting down you're resting pulses. Probably like, you know between sixty and seventy seventy somewhere in there. And now your mom is a registered nurse. Yes. Okay. So tell us what happened. So I had her check it and the lots had said seek medical concerns. So I showed her the launch. And she checked it by you know, hand and her fingers on my wrists and just watching the clock and it match the watch get nuts thing. Now is that the locked? And so what what's interesting is though is that? It wasn't that you were having like heart issues per se. I mean, you were, but when she took you to the ER roam the apple watch actually identified another diagnosis, right? Yes. When I. Later found out that I was in can make out your. Wow, now, did you have any idea at all that anything was going on? None at all. I was actually rather -ly after and I was always doing. So it never really took a toll on the body because of how active I was and how strong my body was. Wow. And so did they give you like a percentage of of kidney failure that you weren't at that time? That twenty percent. Can you go your that is something? And so obviously, you know, then they start taking care of you. And but it was because of the apple watch that you were wearing and that that's sudden accelerated heart rate just sitting in church. I mean, and what's going on today? I finally got date from a kidney transplant which June. Twentieth. So we are I have a couple more dialysis treatment blasts in L beginning kidney. And who's the donor? Friends that we knew per wild that shifts Paolo Bama, she's donating to me, and she's twenty one while you know, what you are so blessed you're so lucky. I'm very blessed. You know, that's pretty amazing that you know, because of the watch now since then do you ever take the watch off? No. I got the new watch recently. And I have not taken it off yet. I weighed I. Sleep with it. Target at night. That's good. And plus, you know, sometimes, you know, you get a lot of those notifications to and I also understand that that Tim cook. From apple reached out. He did. And what happened? Reached out that mining story inspired apple company to keep improving on their apple watchers on their apple. Bones, and all that stuff. So now because of this cross between technology and medicine has an influence what you wanna do in the future. I always wanted to be a nurse but ever since like, I just want to keep on going medical field. So I wanna like see like with technology how they can like intertwine. And it certainly well, and it will certainly continue to intertwined. I mean, the medical profession and world technology is just growing like crazy. And as you get the transplant would you please keep in touch with us because I want to hear the rest of the story. And I want to know what you're going do. And if you ever get to Phoenix, you must deal, you must come over and say Hello to us at the show, you promise, I promise you got it. God bless you. And again, thank you so much for your call. You wanna stay right where you are? Because if you've ever said there, and you said, you know, I listen to the radio, and I.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That would give him five. Right. If he won what do we have to win two more average twelve game exactly career twelve a game. And that's that's just for fun. The lowest scoring average not the scorings everything. And then he's a great teammate MVP of the finals that one you're even LeBron average forty he should have got it. But they didn't want to give it to the losing team. But he's a winner. He's a he's a glue piece. He's smart as hell. He's he's now what the VP of the head or the VP. I think he's a second in command the vice president VP of the new of the of the players association. That's a new thing for Andre. So it'd go he's a smart guy. Oh and to make a ton of money off the floor, but he's not a hall of fame basketball player. He was he was an all star one time one time all star one time all star and though his now in Kelly. He had his Beyers at an eighteen game. Had a nineteen other eighteen a high flier, Arizona. Hey, nobody say not a great player. It's a hall of fame made it this listen nine points. Eight point seven points seven point six point six points. His last one two three four seven years. You know, man. That's what he you got Brian. He was one of the best athletes in the league when he came out. I mean look at right out of the league the shoot he played eighty two as a rookie. Then he had eighty two is the second year. Yeah. Eighty two is the second year player, then seventy six. Eighty to eighty to eighty two you know what I'm saying. I mean, this guy at the beginning of his career was a thoroughbred who just absolutely could run and run all day. I mean, he was that kind of player Arizona. So let me give you the example who's got Robert ory has what seven rings? They're kind of putting him in that range. Hag Robert ory is not in the hall of fame. You know what? I mean, he happened to be ghetto. Was he Robert ory wasn't an all star. Was he have to look it up dollars. Probably a better player than Robert something breaking Bri. Yeah. Alex Pavlovich has just tweeted that the giants are not positioning themselves as a short term solution for Bryce Harper per sources. The two sides have discussed a ten year deal. There you go. Larry baer. There you go. Well, that's that's great here. Your choices. If your brakes. Do you want short-term west coast winner dodgers, long term, big money, west coast? Non winner giants. Currently you don't need big shots or. Wrongs Herman the giants. Correct. That makes you think that makes you think that the giants may get him. Now, here's why because you know, Boris is not gonna go short time. There's no way he wants the motherload. He wants the ten year four hundred million dollar target the target in the off season was ten years. Four hundred million. That's the target and in and now it's like he I think the two numbers they want want to eclipse. They want to eclipse what Machado got and they wanna clips what bright would Stanton got last year or a couple years ago on the extension from the Marlins few years ago now, so that's three hundred and twenty five million. So would you go would you go tannin three fifty thirty-five year? If you're the giants and in their situation where their farm system has some young pieces. Markelle Luciano, Joey. Bart. You know, they've got some guys come in. But it's to there two years away. Three years away would knows this the kind of peace that would soften your rebuild. Absolutely. I think he absolutely would be. I don't think they would win. But I think you know, what would they be their seventy three and a half in Vegas right now. What's price worth became here? I would say I would say at least ten wins probably closer to fifteen. I think the giants would be for sure five hundred club with him and maybe a little bit better than that. Because I think if they're in it in the middle of the season, I think they would add. So to me, he's a taste for sure was worth ten wins. We had somebody on earlier this month said about five wins was Jimmy Duquette. We had him on. And I you asked him. How many wins is Harper equate and he said four or five maybe five or six something like that. I think it's more than that. I think he's miscalculating. I think it's more double I think the giants go from seventy seventy three win team to an eighty eighty three win team little bit over five hundred. It's a big jump. But don't wouldn't you agree. They're better than five. They're not. I don't think with Harper. They would finish sub five hundred his first year. I think there's enough pitching depth. I really do. I think when when when you get right down into the meat and potatoes of the next three weeks and the cactus league. And every day you're gonna. To throw somebody else out there. I think you're going to see the giants have decent pitching depth. But what they don't have anything approaching a dangerous batter in the field. Don't you don't, you know? Here's the thing. Only if we look inside Harper's brain, I think all of us when we're buying a car, you go I read probably rather have this. When you're when you're we like to play around a little bit when you're dating a woman, you got a couple that you like when I really kind of prefer this when you're picking a school for your kids. I think this is the one that in other words if Harper really prefers the dodgers. And that's the thing. Does he want to go to? I don't think he's gonna go short short-term, Gary. I don't think the dodgers. That's my point is that they got right down to brass tacks. Go long term. They don't need him. They really Bill Plunkett said that I and that's just it. But if he really wants to go there, I mean, I wouldn't go. If the giants offered ten at roughly thirty million a year, I wouldn't go five for thirty million a year. No. If somebody jacked it up to thirty five million a year for five or seven go five years two hundred million. That's forty a year. Would you go five years at forty year to LA or in my really ten years at thirty five million a year for the giants that could be it? But don't buy this Larry that we all know, we want you should know we all know where we really want to be. And so you try and work it out there, right? Right. Go to any place. You don't see that pressures here though, you got the players union players union watch the highest porous so Boris Boris goes agent. Tell me to go someplace, I don't wanna go. I hear you know. But I mean Boris wants to numbers he wants more than the average annual value of any pre existing contract and he wants the biggest contract so he wants more than three twenty five. And that's to get the big headlines where everybody goes man, Scott Boris is the guy if you want to hit the mother lode yuko sign with Scott Boras. Yeah, no doubt. If he if he gets more per year than thirty if he can go for thirty five year any wins. He wins there. And if he can go for more than the total three twenty-five that Stanton. Got he wins there as well. Yeah. I give them that LA. He gets one. But not the other here he could get both and he'd have to withstand not really being. In the lineup. That's reality. And a team that's gonna finish more like five hundred and maybe might be twenty games out. Dodgers may win one hundred games this year and the giants may win with Harper eighty two you know, what I mean? So it could be could be one of those years where you're not in the playoffs. But he didn't make the playoffs last year. You know, I just hate being pessimistic. But I at the dodgers you're in it. And you keep again stood Harper grew up a dodger fan and a Laker fan. And it's a little bit closer, you know, couple of couple of minutes a little bit closer than San Francisco. I take five though, or you're just banking, then they're gonna break. I don't think they're gonna break. I don't think they need him. Five years. I think you heard punk say it lasts. You saying, you know, with with their past offers that they don't they're not gonna play these dickering back and forth games. They feel like they're a World Series contender maybe a World Series favorite, and they've got real value. And they don't need him. But here's the thing. Here's the one. If I'm the dodgers, even though the giants got a long way to catch me. I don't want him in my division, you know, to write because he went back to Philadelphia fi. But do I wanna do the times a year? Let's be real about this. The dodgers the giants. I should they. I know. And that's always been the thing that San Francisco when we were growing up remember that? Oh, the giants always second to the dodgers right for all those years in the sixties. Yeah. We go way back and that was always. Well, the giant fans hate the dodgers more than dodger fans got abreast giants. Organization doesn't doesn't look if the giants has even the number one competition than division. I bet you. They look at San Diego, and Colorado is the number one compass Harper goes there, I think that changes the dynamic maybe not so much the first year on wins. But that goes to wear it all of a sudden the giants become at the very least. Now, if midseason there they suck they suck. But at least go to the season there's hope again for the franchise right now. I know, but I mean think about that. Barium now and go up there. The giants are at seventy three and a half wins. Dodgers are projected by Vegas to win ninety six. That's a twenty three game in edge. I mean, come on. We're not worried about the giants and say that they're going home. I don't know if you're in a negotiation. Don't you wanna win? Why are they going this far? I mean, they wanna win. They have one they've gone to the they've won the national. Harper is extreme years, if you've gone this far what the hell I wanna I wanna win. I wanna get the guy. It's either it's one of two things. It's the giants. Make the giants. Go long-term. Make the giants do what they don't want to do. Yeah. In a in a in an in an ideal world, we're far hunting Larry get together. The giants get Bryce Harper on a short term deal that's more prudent. But that's the that doesn't reflect the giants desperation the giants are desperate. So why would they why would they get Harper on a sweetheart deal when they're desperate when there truly desperate where Scott Boras can just put up his his his laptop and say guys, by the way, this is your outfield currently, and that's it. That's all he's got to say. Here's your roster. I want this. Do you wanna play games? You wanna play games you want? You want the guy? So I it's interesting. I looked at this is the giant at the when I got here this morning. I saw that carry Crowley's. Quote. I thought man giants have set up themselves to be the stalking horse thereupon. They're not a player. But after reading Pavlovich's thing that the giants are willing to go long term. Now, it's long-term Philly or long-term giants or short term short term dodgers. And I think long term is going to rule the day..

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"couple years ago" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on /Film Daily

"What is the subtitle? The dragon tattoo story or dragon tattoo story. This is in that universe. But it's not a sequel to the demon fincher movie from a couple years ago. We've been kind of wondering like if this movie is any good in the first screenings happened where in Rome, I think I think so. Yeah. And you were at up a write up, you know, rounding out the few reviews that we actually have is this movie worth seeing then it seems like sort of a mixed response. So cater bland at any wire singles on clear for his performance as Lisbeth Salinger. She's the new girl with the dragon tattoo and says that she's basically really great. She's just as good in this movie as she isn't Dame inches. I man according to cater bland, and but like, unfortunately, she says the story is sort of Laden with undercooked. Relevant relevant. Revelations excuse me and loses much of its momentum. During the saggy middle section. It's sort of like reactions are sort of all over the place like somebody at the Hollywood reporter says that it's edgy and action packed and Alvarez feted Alvarez who's the director of a movie called don't breathe that came out a couple of years ago. He's stepping into the director for this film and Alvarez's direction keeps the tension high through a slew of ever-more improbable threats to Lisbeth and her allies. But then over at variety critic there is the harshest of all of the reactions that I've seen so far saying that while the movie delivers some big bang thrills. The entry feels like a betrayal to the character of Lisbeth Selander because it quote reduces her to a quirky bat girl like figure soft-pedalling her feminism practically eliminating her queasiness and tossing in an American so the US can save the world. So I mean, I really like like I said kind of a mixed bag. I saw about thirty minutes of early footage from this not too long ago. Got talked about it on the podcast, and I was. Very interested to see this new take on the character. It it. Somebody else tweeted that it reminded them of like a JAMES BOND kind of thing. And that's the impression that I got watching a little bit of that early footage. So I dunno Alvarez's direction in this looked to me, very sleek and slick and sort of like this icy bond style thing, I don't know how well people are going to react to that. Who were like big Fran a big fans of this particular franchise, but in terms of like, maybe grabbing new of audiences who haven't seen the fincher version or haven't seen the original Swedish trilogy. Maybe that's what they're going for here. Although you as you just alluded to the title with this ridiculous subtitle means that they're really trying to hammer home the idea that this is part of the same world. So I I don't know what Sony is really doing with this. But Chris, what do you think about this? I think I'm going to wait for Blu Ray for this one..

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"couple years ago" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Already given fast fast nine whatever you wanna call it we don't know the official title with that movie yet but they've already given fast nine a release date so that one comes out in twenty twenty so i guess in order to make sure that both the spinoff and this new movie fast nine are able to sort of hit those targeted dates they decided to hire dan casey and he is an up and coming screenwriter he wrote a scifi thriller called ken that has james franco attached that's going to be coming up soon he actually did some rewrite work on a technical revealed lane dan trachtenberg sequel from a couple years ago and he has a lot of projects sort of percolating in the worst he's supposed to be working on a remake or sequel to the craft and and adaptation of killer be killed which is a comic book from at brubaker so he is one of those big you know hot up and coming guys and and yet he's been tapped right fast and furious nine i haven't really seen any of the work that he's done yet because most of it suffered ten cloverfield lane but i think most of it is sort of you you know know he's he's one of those guys who has a lot of heat right now as they say in the biz and he's just you know he's writing a lot of spec scripts and projects that are sort of percolating but they haven't actually come to production yet now how do you think vin diesel feels about like the architect of the fast and furious franchise being pulled away he's not able to raise fast nine and he's he's he's writing the rocks off yeah i know that the i'm sure he's probably not happy about that especially because i know that i interviewed chris morgan when the fate of the furious came out last year and he was talking about how good a relationship he has within diesel and their those two guys are really batting around script ideas all the time so it's interesting that that morgan seemingly chose hobson shaw over fast nine because they see they easily could have gotten somebody else to write that movie and arguably would have made more sense for universal to hire somebody else to write that spinoff film because.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He seven no is a starter big these got the girth he's got the arm he's mobile i'm taking a little flyer on him i didn't understand a couple years ago when the nfl he was sitting out there everybody knew knew england would take a caller to and it san francisco that stole him i would have no problem nor do i with what san francisco just paid him when the season ended number five i've always loved russell wilson again you got all sorts of political noise espn the magazine he's had below average offensive lines wide receiving corps now it's pretty much doug baldwin and cross your fingers and yet last year nine plus wins in every season of his career it's remarkable he has a defense it coach the stars have mostly been defense they went and drafted a running back this year because they had virtually no running game for two years by the way second highest passer rating of all time and a grown up he's mature he is reliable chaos all around him knows politics nine wins locked every year number four listen big ben has got his issues but he is a tank man he's got his issues he can be overly dramatic but he's top ten all time in wins touchdowns passing yards and completion percentage they just don't roll guys off the combat your belt like ben rothlisberger again he goes public way too often to clobber is coach and the culture there but i'd sign a check tomorrow for another four years with big ben number three drew brees is the most accurate thrower of the football of my life more than brady more than montana little undersized not a world class athlete but again i mean just look at him new orleans before he got there was kind of a mess i mean they used to wear like garbage bags or or brown paper sacks over your head it was a joke there was no stability yet here's this guy during a natural disaster he is this bedrock force of stability and maturity i would sign a massive drew brees check tomorrow number two okay tom brady do i have to go on we can make this quick can't we go a t again this season there's been some noise come on man fifteen years in the league he's arguably been the first second or third best quarterback again.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on The Starters

"Missed a couple years ago member they had a bad year a couple years ago so hasn't been five but they missed the playoffs at a bad stinkier couple years ago are they missed out the playoffs the first year was brooklyn then it was washington then it was last year was milwaukee check i'll try voyeurs this is the fifth year is the which went to the conference finals brooklyn was gone they lost in two thousand fifteen sixteen two years ago they didn't make the playoffs forty one and forty one laughs yeah they they missed a wow that's just looked at the internet in fifteen sixteen o playoffs yeah that's two years ago they went they beat they didn't maybe and they beat the never made the conference finals what are you talking about the same team i don't think our time with the washington that was so cool weird your gas you said the name you said the piss made files no six it was oh five had to go back and get that one the eastern conference finals yeah that was the against the all right anything else to talk nervous yeah yeah well he was going doors porter them the me that's going to hurt their their depth that's for sure if he doesn't play done next interested to see kelly oubre backs up trash talk tonight he's throwing it out that hangs hanley good playing at home and elaborate says he has his rhetorical right the quote ready.

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"couple years ago" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"couple years ago" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Emily itself has some some characters in it that you wouldn't expect in that family but we don't need an explanation of how that happened to where they came from her it's it's just how this is and in it's so beautifully shorthand in that way and i think that shorthand that abbreviation that compression of time makes it all the more effective and makes you feel like your living this this vivid memory of your high school years the things that stand out you know i was reminded of boyhood um uh the movie from couple years ago and my wife actually brought that up to the jim marone me of boyhood and as a guides in the same way where it's like these moments that stick out that don't necessarily even feel essential to the central story that we're telling but are because of the tapestry of emotions that it that they we've together and i just i loved it i all the performances or gray we haven't even mentioned laurie metcalf yet who plays the mother she is i think one of the great greatest actresses in the world and is just wonderful here is you know is at at times horrible and endearing and sympathetic and awful and all those things that parents kind of have to be at times it yeah it's it's an it's beautiful about at that time and i find that a lot of hanging won't stories are ultimately about those it's about that time we started to realize requires our people and not by.

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