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"dsp" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"West area. Stop in bothering next on dear. He's in lakeland. They ebola glint lakeland he pops down to key west gajah and but he helped set up there to still reform as cool as we're close. I mean it sounds like it's a it was a great bonding moment as well for for you and your dad to kind of come together and you'd really absorb some the knowledge in you know what he was able to kinda share with and stuff like. Oh yeah i mean. He was super super impactful helpful. You know when we got started rebuild. The green river distillery. We had old notes from the seventies and eighties He was Booker no was a family friend of ours. My grandfather was friends with booker. Worked with booker But my dad was booker's kinda protege By that learned under booker he was his right hand. Man at beam In the seventies and eighties but Yeah i mean we had. I've got like a original old grandad recipe. I've got copies of all that stuff but adds a pack rat kept everything in get along. So i mean i still remember sitting down on his kitchen table when we were doing the that was doing the calculations and the recipes of you know of our our cooks and How many bushels accord we're gonna put needs coq confirming or all that to get started and you know what we never never threw a batch away so everything's worked out perfectly ever since. Gosh talk about hitting a home run or a grand slam on your first time at bat or something and no kin. But jacob i wanna say thank you again for coming on the show once again. Sharing more about your family history sharing your whiskey with us. Having everybody's super excited to wasn't ten a. m. i would sit here and drink all day the really good but i think everybody really excited about the launch of green river. And i'm serious. Go get your hands on a bottle find some. It's it's coming out. The yellow banks is great. bottled in bond is probably tastic. So again cheers. And congratulations on this launch to. Thanks guys i really appreciate it. Thanks for all the kind words. Yes definitely the best hidden secret in the bourbon. Fortunately we didn't get to bring him down a little bit. This was not too good. I mean he brought the ones. I know when you the massive go cherry. Pick all the barrels. Now i'm sure these are. They're all going to be very good representations but People wanna know more about green river You know stopping the say. Hi where would they be able to do that. Tasso ever website greenberg distilling dot com. We tours were a heritage member of the kentucky bourbon trail. We do two or six days a week. I'm there most of the time so feel free to stop in and say i sign a lot of bottles these days so come see us makes you follow them You know. get your hands on a bottle. Because like i said what we've been very at broadway blown away blown away as an understatement bills. Make sure you follow us pursuit. Wherever you get your podcast as walls on all the socials with that cheers. Everybody and we'll see you all next week.
Ad Tech Meets Wall Street
"James you tuned into the big tech earnings this month facebook and google and then trade desk which is the challenger and torch holder for the open web. What did you get out of the contrast between the tail facebook. Google certainly just jot the world by having huge monster revenue quarters when people thought for facebook in particular. This might be a tough quarter because of apples. Privacy changes or policy changes that just restrict app tracking. I think that sort of the narrative coming out of both of those was really just. There's been this huge digital advertising rebound And a lot of that. Going to google and facebook amazon their ad platform had the same story for their earnings So so. I think that that was sort of that story in the trade desk. The trade desk is certainly pitching itself. More as as this sort of like emblem of protector of the open web. And i mentioned in the story. His is more combative where they were conciliatory with with amazon and google. I think they have always been careful to be like these are important partners. Like the trade desk buys a lot of google supply. They work with amazon they. Were you know jeff. Green had tons of amazing things to say about amazon when they set up a program to let the trade desk by fire tv. But that's been cut out And to desert underscore why they're going for tv. I think that that's where the money is. Trade desk has just cleaned out the the independent. Dsp world sort of that whole huge ecosystem of startups. That were all competing for the open web programmatic market. There's not a lot of low hanging fruit their trade as has covered all of that up. And tv's really the growth opportunity
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"That's where you'll be able to access it this. This show the saturday show is gonna is gonna turn into something a lot more like the sunday show a very la centric localized show because there's It's a it's a dense news environment that we're in So that will be the kfi saturday. Night show So a couple of things. Did you know that we have an ambassador to the conference on disarmament in geneva and these kind of ambassadors the ambassadors to for human rights. And all that they have full diplomatic. You know they're called your excellency or you know whatever anyway robert wood. Us ambassador to the conference on disarmament in geneva said that china is seriously looking at developing an advanced nuclear weapon system that could disrupt global strategic stability. He's pointing the finger directly at beijing satellite images. Show china building one hundred nineteen new silos to the north west of the country. Similar to those which house. Its current nuclear weapons and that they are of great concern. He says that china's looking to raise the stakes by upgrading. Its nuclear arsenal with the latest technology. So the weapons could hit. Us targets meaning maneuverable reentry vehicles. Well here here's the weird thing that as i grew up and it was the the cold war. What was really funny about it. What we know. Now it's how how far away we really were from ever actually going to nuclear war now. There's the famous story about the russians. Misinterpreting in nato exercise able archer in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and not getting the full heads up that it was an exercise and that it looked like nato defending western europe against nuclear attack. Okay in real. You often hear about the cuban missile crisis. He interesting fun fact. The closest the united states and the soviet union ever got to nuclear confrontation was actually during the seventy three arab israeli. War the so-called yom kippur war. If you're of that tribe or the ramadan more of if you are of that trump because it ended with an american soviet confrontation the israelis while absorbing an initial blow very very legit re robust assault by the egyptians across the canal..
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"On the floor of the senate talking about girls have ghanistan girls schools and women being stoned to death in in stadiums in and things like that the second we got sidetracked into how much more moral we are than the taliban that made a done deal. And this is the part where i would say as president look. That was all a mistake. And i'm putting the entire world on notice. We're over it. You're you're democracy or lack of it or over it. That's what i would say. Because because i would blown up trying to deliver democracy. Let's part of the world. And i'm ethic over it but anyway back a second it big doings in on the the the the saudi killing khashoggi thing and others also. We'll have results we not live. We'll have results of the ufc mcgregor versus other guy property. Fight right of this. Brian's it's dark secret place. Kfi am six six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app k. by empty forty z dirt. Secret place to be at the place on com The head of egyptian intelligence spent six days in washington. Dc what for oh. By the way he he brought his chief deputy. This is a egypt's general intelligence chief general abbass l. and his deputy would be mahmoud el-sisi and if that sounds familiar because his dad is the president of egypt formerly field. Marshall abdelfattah el-sisi anyway. They spent june twentieth through the twenty six getting a lot of briefings and according to a observer this exceptionally long visit to washington by the heads of a foreign intelligence agency was taken up by briefings to the visitors on the orders of cia. Director william burns on some of the most advanced counterintelligence cyberwarfare methods were we. We're we're bringing them up to speed and jumping egyptian intelligence several leaps ahead of its current capacity. And this is what's interesting. is you know. Remember the democrats on biden. Were the ones leading the poo pooing and the national teeth and furling browse about the killing of jamal cash hockey at the saudi consulate consulate in october of two thousand eighteen. And the fact that trump didn't make an immediate full-throated In pooh-poohing of it almost seemed to To endorse it well. so anyway..
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"The emir of qatar was who was sort of facilitating. The negotiations was was told that the united states is sort of leery about who were negotiating with. Are we really negotiating with guys calling the shots. And can we see a proof of life on this and so There there was a like a two week period were. The taliban actually stopped attacking afghan national army and that this point a year and a half ago nearly two years ago virtually. No americans are in combat in afghanistan but but But we did note that except for some exceptions. The attacks across afghanistan from one province far far out west to the far east nuristan all that the attacks ceased for about ten days. Which is what was requested was in. Let's see some command and control before we spend you know one day negotiating with you guys. We gotta make sure you are the men. So the negotiations evidently Entailed the the fact that the couple international airport would remain open and that international conventions would be recognized and that diplomatic law would be recognized by the taliban and and the taliban claim that they said. Yeah of course you. You know you guys can have embassies well any anyone who wants to embassy. You can have an embassy though thing. Well that involves for in the united states. The the us said well. We're gonna have guards. We're going to have a big embassy. We're going to have six hundred fifty to seven hundred effectively. An infantry battalion between kabul international airport and the embassy and the taliban said no no foreign troops and then they apparently they came around and said okay but you can call them embassy in airport guards or whatever and they agreed to have the nato partner. Turkey lead the security detail kabul international airport. Apparently that is our our in afghanistan. These security situation is absolutely deteriorating. Because the the more afghan national army outfits that the taliban interacting with the more surrendering and the president said something on farai day on thursday. No one for your thursday. Just patently false. I don't have the clip. But i have the transcript. They don't as he was walking away and he gave his We're ending america's longest war but we'll always honor. The bravery of the american patriots is served in it. God bless you all. May god protect our troops. Thank you he turns. Somebody yelled out. Mr president do you trust. The taliban does president and then someone yelled of them is a is a taliban takeover of afghanistan now inevitable and he snapped back and said no. It's not and then the question or asked why he said quote because you pause. The afghan troops have three hundred thousand well-equipped as well equipped as any army in the world and an air force against something like seventy five thousand taliban. It is not inevitable. close quote so. I'll play when we come back. But that that's demonstrably false. And i mean that's worrying to me if he if he believes that need delivered that line as if he he did believe that information and he's afraid of setting himself up for a giant failure. It's done done. It's a done deal just depends on whether or not the american media is going to be there to capture whichever iconic image. We remember afghanistan by forever. Never back into second. Kfi am six forty. Live everywhere on the iheartradio app. If i am. Forty is the arctic. Replace prime suits and here till eleven in.
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"Gather around while. I sing you a banner fun brown. A man whose allegiance is ruled by expedia all him a nazi he won't even nazi schmaltzy. Says banner fun but don't say that he's hypocritical. Say rather that he's apolitical. Once rockets are up. Gas as i come down. That's not my department says van fun but some have harsh words for this man of renown. What some think our attitude should be one of gratitude like the widows and triples in old london town who owe their large pensions fun but on youtube. Maybe big hero. Once you've learned to count backwards two zero in german. What ambulation. I know how to count when diamond downing chinese says van fun but so anyway i mean. That's that's political satire there and doing something really unpopular. At the time. Tom lehrer with his nazi party and keep in mind by the way. That's the generation that fought world war two and this is only twenty years after the tubes were landing in london so anyway brilliant attire. I say well guess who else was involved in the khashoggi. Assassination guests who provided the drugs. That country real. Happy that that's come out. We'll we'll get to the also the not so secret. Meeting as the new prime minister of israel naftali bennett Would reveal went to amman jordan to meet the king and the crown prince remember remember there was. There was a coup attempt a couple months ago and the the the half brother of the king prince hamza was he conspirator. He is now on house arrest. So there's some instability there but Trying trying to shore up the the middle east men and it looks to me like a lot of people know that something. Isn't it come to a head in iran and speaking of coming to ahead be afghanistan before it's consigned to the dustbin. Ever memories will catch you up on. What exactly is happening in afghanistan. As of today and the president getting a little testy Little little testy about About withdrawal that in more coming up in the next hour. And what's the what is the headline again. China seeking exotic nukes warns the us diplomat. The chinese decided not to have a huge nuclear arsenal doesn't exotic one or something all right back in a second hour number two of the dark secret place which will be available at the dark secret. Place dot com of in as we make that transition here next couple weeks Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app..
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"To into forty is the dark secret. Brian suits here until eleven. And i know you're all expecting one version of that. And i love those guys too. But this is the original. From the four lads. Those apparently there said well. Okay so let me let me cover this real quickly rob schneider and everybody know who rob schneider is. What was his biggest movie with deuce bigalow. Yep and by the way. Deuce bigalow european gigolo the sequel actually funnier. It's but rob rob scheider started on saturday night. Live and insane. Snl he was the copy guy. That's like his most famous bit. Hey staying stinger reno making some copies or whatever so. He's kinda gone crazy. I guess i anyway. He tweeted this earlier. There's a there's a thing going on right now where people are. There's a google trend were. There's an online theory that the scientists that developed various code. Vaccines are in violation of the nuremberg principles and apparently Rob schneider but he said so. This morning he said via twitter quote. Just say no and keep saying no over half of the. Us population is continuing to say no to this on approved experimental gene therapy and he quotes my body. My choice close quote hashtag. Second amendment is for this. And that's the tweet. And what he was he was re retweeting cheryl atkinson who is a longtime journalist. Investigative journalists largely nonpartisan she. She was She was declared partisan at one point when what was it. What was the issue. I forget doesn't matter but anyway because she had tweeted earlier today. Is it already time for a third cove in nineteen shot yes a vaccine makers the first one to already wearing off after six months and then sharell atkinson dot com. She she goes on to rob. Schneider was re tweeting her. And then and then you know doing his thing here and sings hashtag. Second amendment is for this. I i think he might be going a little far afield on that until someone is going door to door holding you at gun point to get vaccinated. I think he's a little over the top but what what. What people are are googling and this is from the australian broadcast. Abc australia broadcast corporation. Nuremberg code from world. War two has nothing to do with corona virus despite bogus facebook plans and also by the way i've never on facebook but i went on it and sure enough. I i have a couple of friends. I've got one guy. Wouldn't buddy mind longtime buddy and he has really turned into conspiracy guy and he'll sometimes send me links direct links. This is going back to college. Fraternity brother the nuremberg code until the nineteen claims. That government's health health organizations philanthropist and others involved in managing the covered nineteen pandemic will be prosecuted for breaches of the nuremberg code. Have taken off in recent weeks. Google trends shows a notable increase in people searching for nuremberg trials since the onset of the pandemic as well as dramatic recent increase in surface for nuremberg trials. Twenty twenty one Some unsubstantiated misleading and false claims attributed to Dr reiner fear mitch. German-american lawyer are leading leading the charge to have us centers for disease control and prevention the world health organization and the davos group tried for crimes against humanity. He claimed that they're quote in in violation of all ten of the nuremberg coats Close quote designed to protect human subjects medical research. The first principle of the code state that voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely central. And then it goes on. You don't know the maybe you've seen the movie know trial at nuremberg whatever. The famous war crimes trials after the war were of course for the highest ranking nazi officials. Who who didn't commit suicide so you didn't. You didn't get your your gearing because you're you're being killed himself probably with the assistance of an american. Mp officer that gathering ingratiated himself with but Goebbels killed himself after. Hitler killed himself. himmler dressed as a as a common private was finally picked out of a crowd by british intelligence and he had secret it'd or secreted he had secret at a cyanide capsule and he he went out that way as well but then but then of course nazi. Germany was all about the middleman anyway. So the nuremberg for there. Were many many many war crimes trials all across germany. The most famous ones of course worthy nuremberg trials. Because that for you had you had the biggies gehring and and What's his name. The idiot who flew who flew to scotland in the palmer but they all went on trial. Okay well there were also trials for the doctors and scientists only aftermath aftermath of of the discovery of the archipelago of death. Camps was at a lot of medical research. Bizarre medical research was being done to the two level torture and so that was a different set of nuremberg trials for the doctors. Who did that. And that's where it was very uncomfortable very very uncomfortable because you you had yet doctors in some cases defending the research that they did like the stuff. The nazis did when when when twin children got off a train at auschwitz or buchenwald or or that they were pulled aside for special research because it was a key right. One was a control group and the horrific experiments done on the other twin and saudi. Why the nuremberg principles came out and and the so. We'll take a break. We come back. I'll explain what those are white white. The colored vaccine aren't the nuremberg principles in violation of that but But anyway hey any any mentioned the second amendment by a comedian in my hollywood comedian is a guy from my own heart. So good on. Yeah there rob schneider but but anyway Back in just a second dirt secret place bryan suits in here eleven. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app.
"dsp" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"I would bomb the out of them. Dark secret place with brian suits. Kfi am six. Forty is the dark secret. Place our weekly look at the world melting down world's always melting down. Brian suits in here until eleven. O'clock in the next hour. We'll we'll talk about a Perhaps a new geneva convention is required. Less one with nineteen forty nine and a lot has changed since then. And we're on the edge or the genie's bottle. Artificial intelligence autonomous killer. Drowns were battle-tested in the azerbaijan armenia. War of last year of september lesser. But so we'll get to that. Well some housekeeping. Let's have a family talk some some housekeeping. Especially if you're listening to this podcast on sunday morning or monday or whatever This is sort of a change. That's gonna come maybe next week or the week after next but the dark place is content. You know it's it's. It's me delivering certain kind of content. Sunday night is me delivering. Very super hyper and local content. The dark secret place content is now going to exist at dark secret place. Dot com and saturday nights are going to morph into something far more like sunday. But it's not exactly going to be super hyper local saturday. That'd be derivative. I'm not gonna copy off that a whole and sunday night got but it'll be very much like that it'll be locally oriented show focusing on on current problems in los angeles. It'll it'll be a very kfi show. If you're oddly elyria it may not be of general interest if you are. If you want to hear me doing current affairs foreign affairs pup- second amendment War talk show that is going to be at the dark secret. Place dot com As well as our three which is sort of grown into its own thing At wore a hollick's dot com. It's all going to be one one thing but anyway the dark secret place content is going to be there at The subscription podcast which you can get at the dark secret place dot com that That that switch may happen sometime during this week or or before next week or or whatever but So anyway it's this is because an emu you deserve a why This past year. As i said in january of twenty twenty much will change during this pandemic and and much has changed in the habits of content consumption. That a lot of people have and i. I've seen i've i've been doing a subscription podcast since two thousand fourteen and it's a lot of fun because i am my own boss. I can say anything. I want There there's no angry letter to the general manager or anything like that. Because i am the general manager And so being in charge of that content is a huge advantage and a huge gift And and so. What i have noticed is that people are are far more willing to to Adopt the the podcast as radio. We've seen the company's seen that Every radio company has seen that radio companies that have not embraced Podcasting are really sucking hind teat. And as they say at At the pig farm and and so I'm very very lucky. In in that. As i say i i know how to do that. Successfully and have been doing it since two thousand fourteen and so that's where that content will reside all of these shows on trump's really on kfi broadcast on six forty. Am these will remain in the iheart archive but obviously sort of the entire point that artsy her places that it's got a. It's got a very short shelf life you know. Sometimes it doesn't even survive a saturday night. Which is why. I generally generally have to record a promo I don't like doing an earlier than friday because stuff happens. You know. that's that's been. It's a weird anxiety. That i have that if i record a promo by are required deadline and then something happens on friday after request permission to rerecord it or whatever but so so anyway this content will be as i say far more like sunday night as show which is which is very very well by the way for for a guy sitting in a dark room at eight. Pm on a sunday night. I it it it does as we say really good numbers so we'll The the the radio that i will do on. If i will be los angeles radio it be. It would be a local radio by the if if stuff happens if news happens. Worldwide news is happening i will. I'd be remiss not to mention it right but if you want these deep dives if you want the dark secret place. That's going to be. As i said that will reside at the dark secret. Place dot com. That's where that will be Going into the future. And i really really enjoyed a lot. London people who have signed on. Subscribe to the podcast. I hope that that That i it's it's made the pandemic a little a little more interesting For you this is also by the way affords me the ability to put a lot more into it a lot. More into the the free youtube channel at at Kfi dark secret place on on the The youtube As well as other things. So that's the the reason for that decision that editorial decision that that content will be at the dark place dot com. Anyway things we can talk about tonight at california company that makes a really. I have i and reports a really really cool amphibian aircraft. I got into bed with a chinese company. And i guess guess what. It rhymes with technology transfer. So there's that the by the administration is so anti-trump that they're basically building on the trump middle east peace plan which was groundbreaking and no one thought anyone would see anything like that. Our also finding out accidentally the news early prime minister secretly went to amman jordan. Met with king of jordan. And we're finding out there. Were there were other parties.
The Importance Of Creating Space For Minorities In Tech and Marketing
"Calvin welcome to the mar tech podcast. Thanks for having pleasure to have you as a guest. I appreciate you reaching out and honestly appreciate you for multiple reasons. One the subject that you've brought up his one that i feel like a lot of people wanna talk about an honestly aren't really sure how to talk about. And it's how to create space for minorities and marketing. And so most everybody that reaches out to me to be a guest on the show whilst talk about dsp's or software or branding and you actually have a real world topic in the real world. Things that are happening today happens to be the one year anniversary of the unfortunate and tragic murder of george floyd so feel like today's the best day to talk about minorities and your experience as a black man in technology. Tell me about why isn't important for marketers specifically to think about creating space for minorities in tekken and marketing. It will thanks for the question that it is unfortunate. That today has to be day right. The one year anniversary of a person's death but sometimes these opportunities present themselves the have a conversation about these things even though it's not easy from a marketer's perspective. You have to understand that i've been doing this in tech since ninety six about twenty six years and it still surprise so i go. Wow guys in tech loses some form of new building. It's happening having been around that period of time and so when it comes to marketing and what things look like marketing kinda shapes the view the way that people see products way people see industries. I would say now if you think of the tech industry because so much worse outsource now you think india you think silicon valley those types of things but there is an enormous black population. I myself have a group of. I think it's eleven or twelve hundred people. now. I haven't checked lately but called blackman coating was just kinda codifies a group of individuals just to say. Hey we're here and they have all these amazing talents and there's no space right now for that to even exist because you have all of these kinds of disparate individuals who may work for companies. But there's no groups are. There's no organizations that support that so martyrs creating space for that to even make it a reality would be similar to anything else that you see didn't exist until you saw it on. Tv sorted ads. Things like that so it helps to shape the dynamics and it helps to bring more balanced to thanks. There's just different things at different cultures. Bring any industry
A Test for Data-Driven Drug Development
"Bill thanks for joining us daniel. Thanks for inviting me on the show. We're going to talk about smash avante. Its business model. And its efforts to better harness available data to speed drug development and improve decision making around it. perhaps we can begin with a little background. People may be familiar with the vikram swami's and his vance samanta was actually born out of sumitomo dainippon farmers acquisition of five vance. What is samat of antony. And where does it sit in relation to sumitomo in the group of vance acquired. Sure so as you mentioned was formed out of a three billion dollar transaction between a dainippon. Sumitomo pharma and raytheon Anytime a mid sized japanese pharma company. Roy vance is a startup pharmaceutical company about six six years old. So roy event has been successful at in licensing drugs in therapies refining their clinical development plan to optimize their positioning to address unmet need raising external capital to support the clinical development plan then hiring executive team to that clinical development plan so when a drug was expected to address high unmet need royden spun off a subsidiary to house. The drug generally named with the suffix van so dsp dainippon sumitomo purchased roy vance ownership stake in five of those subsidiaries and also to technology teams digital innovation headed by dan. Rothman and mike computational research team with our computational ecosystem that we burned of the drug
Alternative Online Marketing Solutions to Third-Party Cookies
"When we last spoke you described two approaches to solutions there being worked on one a browser approach and then a universal idea approach. Can you describe both of these. I mean because if we lose the cookie we tire lose targeting and personalization in marketing in the digital form anyway innocence. Yeah and one of the key thing to remember is it's not that all cookies are going away. I'm just third party cookies. So when you're on a website. Let's say you're on cnn dot com or new york times dot com when you're on some some major website and they drop cookies. Those are first party cookies so a domain that juror. That's indeed url bar of your browser. Cookies owned by that domain. Our first party cookies cookies that are dropped from other domains so you know it might be the publisher might be working with. Dsp or an ad server. You might see a domain like some t. s. p. or some ad server dot com and those would be third party cookies. And that's what's going to be blocked. So personalization will still be possible through cookies and through similar methods i party sense from a individual publisher. Or if you're on an advertiser website you'll still be able to to personalize their What you won't be able to do is personalize across sites based on an pages that you viewed or interactions that you've had on other sites so it's up completely going away but there's definitely going to be an impact to how personalization is done today in terms of the two methods right there's two camps like you said there's the browser camp which is being led more or less google and their their proposal of turtle dove and also flock and these are more where identification of audiences will happen in the browser. And then there are the user. Id based approaches unified ideas of major proposal in this space that there's a few others as well but these actually rely on logged in data from email addresses or other pi that similar and this will allow a hashed. Id's that personal. I'll get and then get shared around that way so this is somewhat similar to the way that that third party cookies functions then using a slightly different on to maintain that persistence of the id.
Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge
"Here's Marcie Williams and John Take Above of Rising Covert cases have the head of the Atlanta based CDC worried about impending doom. DOUBLE DSPs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Recent trends suggest there may be another surge of the U. S death toll now tops 550,000 and President Biden says it appears people are letting down. Their guard is not the time to celebrate Spring. Coming next week in Georgia. More than a million passengers have been screened US airports for 17 straight days, infectious disease expert Dr William Shafter says With more people out and about it's critical to increase vaccinations. More likely it is that we can blunt any surge that's already starting up. The president says 90% of all Americans will be
The Guy Who Did Everything Wrong But Still Figured it Out with David Pere
"Paret welcome to the bigger pockets. Money podcasts. I i talk to you today. Thanks for having me on the show. Mindy scott always a pleasure. Yeah we it's always a pleasure for scott and you're just for being on the show that was that was like a comma scott calm like always a pleasure for both of you. Okay okay probably a bad use of commas. I'm big fan of the comma. Anyway david paret is a career marine corps officer and heat. I learned about the term fire from our very own got trenched and brandon turner some schmuck who hosts another one of our podcast for bigger pockets and he learned about it in the most five way. Possible on a hike in hawaii. Why were you in hawaii david. I was stationed out there. Okay okay so. I was there for business business. Let's do some air quotes around that business although as ceo. I guess it's really convenient to go out to talk to brandon hop on clay instead of just hopping on zoom. Anyway david paret. Where does your journey with money. Begin first off for those listening. I have to correct you. I listed i am. I am not fancy and i actually say that with a badge of honor because i think that actually makes for anyone listening to this who's military that actually makes this way more Powerful because. I'm just an enlisted schmuck. So everyone thank you for correcting me. Please germany correct me. I really wanna try learning all of this military suffered. I'm just wrong all the time so sorry about that. Are you an enlisted officer or just Just an enlisted marine. He's an enlisted marine. Okay now tell us your money story. Are you on board with us using the term semper fi to describe your journey absolutely. That's an accurate statement or disrespectful to the phrase semper fi. No no it's motto. It means always faithful. So oh okay. Tell somebody already david. My money story starts off in all those same places that most service members do terrible right. I joined the marine corps in two thousand and eight. I had super frugal parents. Who did all the right things. Even to envelope budgeting. They taught me all the things you're supposed to do. Bought the off brand stuff to save money. And then i joined the marine corps. It was my first real salary. I went to japan. And i was like. Oh my god. I got money and i blew it on everything i went to a on even went on a deployment tax exempt pay. I came home with seventeen thousand dollars. And i bought a truck a rifles and tattoos a bunch of alcohol and probably took some people out on dates and have nothing to show for any of so. I did Terrible things you know by the time i was. I would have been two thousand thirteen to fourteen. When i i mean i probably had an a negative net worth and somebody handed me the book. Rich dad poor dad because they were trying to get me into Amway ride in helped me sell stuff on the side. And i remember telling the guy like no joke i was just like i don't read like you know like i'm a marine. We don't read books which is not entirely true but And he pulled a cd like out of his pocket and was like wow. I've got a cd. And i know you drive a lot on recruiting duty. So plug this in. And listen to it and i listened to it originally with the intent of like well. He called my bluff final. I'll listen to the stupid book. And then within three months. I had bought a duplex and things just started. Roll like i. I listened to that book i like. Oh wow this is cool. I downloaded audible. Listen to a couple other purple library books and then i was googling. Every time i didn't understand they just go to google. And then i stumbled upon bigger pockets and then the book on rental property investing in the book on no and low money down and then like right in the same timeframe someone got really drunk and parked on top of my harley and so they totalled my harley but they didn't want to he owned a car dealership so he didn't want he didn't wanted on insurance so he just paid me cash and then i took it to the viewership and they paid me for it and so i basically got the original price. I'd put into this bike at the same time. Like looking for a duplex and use an fha loan bought a duplex lived in one half rented the other half and then things just kind of scaled from there. So at this point. You're sitting there. And you're just becoming aware of wealth-building concept in general and it doesn't two thousand fourteen. You have basically no wealthier debt at all at that point. Yes so i guess. By the time. I read this book. It was actually probably october of two thousand fifteen. I had a little bit of debt. I mean maybe maybe a few thousand in credit card debt in an auto loan. But i didn't have. I probably didn't have a thousand dollars in the checking account so i only had you know i probably only had like a negative three or four thousand five thousand dollars net worth so. It wasn't like terrible but it was definitely nothing to show for it at all. But you were contributing to your tsp right a little bit. I had done the minimum like eight to ten percent. But what i had done. And this is the There's there's different funds right. When i first joined your money went into the fund which is government backed securities which is in perspective. I've been putting eight to ten percent. Mit because someone told me to. But between two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen. I left it in a fund that essentially earned two. Maybe three percent interest never lost money but it earned two percent interest while the rest of the stock market was earning twenty thirty percent returns coming out of the two thousand and eight recession and i just ate it so i could have way more money in their if i just know where to put it or what more money in. So it wasn't until two thousand fifteen that i really cranked up and started putting twenty thirty Last year sixty percent at one point in my in my thrift savings plan. Okay so this was not a meaningful part of your position at the time when this all started right now i probably had five grand. Dsp ray how much cash did you have at the time as well. If i hadn't totalled my or had my harley totaled basically none. I was pretty much living paycheck to paycheck. How does a harley jump. Start one's cash position. I i don't really. I don't have a perspective on. This is a motorcycle worth eight. Grand is it worth fifteen twenty. Twenty-five i i have no clue. No no no not that much. I probably got probably like eighty five hundred out of totaling. It wasn't super expensive harley and it was a few years old i've probably got about eighty five hundred but i was living missouri which is super affordable and then i was able to use the fha loans. I got into this house for like four grant. I think it was thirty. Eight hundred bucks. So you're stationed in missouri and you buy a duplex and can you walk us through kind of how the housing allowance and all that kind of stuff works for those who are not familiar with military benefits just so we can get a a total picture of your position at this. Starting point. pleasant fifteen yeah. I i think in springfield. My housing allowance was like eight hundred and fifty dollars a month and the housing allowances tax exempt. So it's you don't pay any taxes but actually counts as a little bit more As far as debt to income goes towards your lender. I think it's like one point two five times. Whatever your housing allowance cost when you go to buy. But at the time i was living in an apartment and there's like five fifty a month for a two bed one bath apartment and my lease was coming up on and do so. I was able to get into this place. I bought the duplex for eighty. One thousand my mortgage was six fifteen and there was attended one side for four seventy five Market rent was like five fifty. So i was like okay. Well this could. this could work nothing else. I'm going to be paying one hundred and whatever that math is one hundred forty dollars a month out of pocket for the mortgage as opposed to the five fifty. I was paying on rent. And i probably should've used the. Va loan on that but nobody knows anything about the va. Loan and the lender actually told me not to because he told me quote unquote you can only use it once which is wrong air so much confusion around the va loan. I hope that somebody someday we'll sit down with a really great lender and talk all about the. Va loan and if they have already it would be awesome to link to that in the show notes because the va loan is only applicable to who service members veterans Some federal employees but generally just service members and veterans. Okay so that's not necessarily all of our audience. But i think it's really important to note that you can use it more than once you can use it a lot more than once. You can use it as many times as you want. There's some stipulations there. Because you have to renew the eligibility and after two or three times it gets kind of kind of convoluted but you can the first time you can use it. There's no limit on it anymore. So you can go and buy. There's a guy. I don't wanna knock on wood right now. There's a guy under contract on a triplex for one point. Six million dollars in the bay area right now that we're we're helping and he's going to basically move into this thing zero down and he's high income earner out of the military veteran and in the medical field so he's got a good day but he's gonna pay zero down get like two and a quarter two and a half percent interest on this thing and his tenants are essentially going to pay the mortgage and then he's going to be on the hook for maintenance repairs.
Coke to move Texas-based Minute Maid to Atlanta
"Based Coca Cola is moving minute Maid closer to home. The folks from Minute maid in Texas will move to coax Main building downtown here in Atlanta after 57 years co closing the sugar Land facility as the company consolidates to compensate for loss is due to the Corona virus pandemic. DSPs Robin Wolinsky says Coke emphasizes no jobs will be lost its streamlining its organization. Animates the very first brand Coke acquired outside of soft drinks.
Amazon faces spying claims over AI cameras in vans
"Amazon has started deploying. Ai powered netra dine cameras which are always on an automatically uploading footage so that amazon can monitor drivers out in the real world quoting cnbc. Amazon is to play the cameras in amazon branded. Cargo vans used by a handful of companies. That are part of its delivery service partner program which are largely responsible for last mile deliveries. The cameras could be rolled out to additional. Dsp's over time and amazon has already distributed an instructional video dsp informing them of how the cameras work. Dsp's are contracted. Delivery providers usually distinguishable by amazon branded cargo vans responsible for picking up packages from amazon delivery stations and dropping them off at doorsteps. The program launched in two thousand. Eighteen has allowed the company to quickly scale up. Its last mile delivery capabilities and compete with shipping partners such as ups and fedex amazon's dsp program has faced criticism for lax safety protocols in the past investigations by nbc news propublica and buzzfeed news identified safety issues and described poor working conditions at some. Dsp's based on interviews with drivers and former amazon employees. The cameras could help improve safety but privacy advocates and several. Dsp drivers said they're concerned about potential privacy offs. The drivers who asked to remain anonymous out of fear of retaliation from amazon described the cameras as unnerving big brother and a punishment system and
Medically Unnecessary Surgeries on Intersex Children Could End
"Next story from the times and it's about intersex so surgery to alter the reproductive organs of children. Her born intersex could be stopped. A leaked paper shows in draft proposals by. Nhtsa england genital go nadal surgery for children with differences in sex development which is called. Dsp would not go ahead until children consent for themselves charities. Impatience described it as courageous and a huge step. Forwards disd which is also known as intersex a group of rare conditions involving genes hormones and reproductive organs including genitals. A child may have a male sex chromosomes but have reproductive organs genitals. That may look different from usual. Dsp families the charity said surgeries worked out of parental anxiety and making genitals pit. Typical parents and doctors saw the problem would go away but the never went away. This is a fascinating piece of news. Because when i have spoken to intersex people one of the things that in the people have spoken to. And it's obviously a complicated issue. I don't speak on anyone's behalf. A lot of the the way that the medical profession has dealt with people who are into sex in recent history has been to try and change that body or their genitals to match some kind of classic idea of what male female is and sometimes that can later be discovered to go against the gender that person feels they are and as we all know. The compensation opens up more and more. The gender is a spectrum. And you you don't have to conform to the gender binary and the surgery is. What's doing that particularly at an age before. Somebody has any consent because this is happening when babies. I think seventy questions not by this. I want to know what you think listeners. But what's coming to my mind is. The increasingly is gender. Something you have to choose a tool and you know a parental anxieties around gender orphan informing stuff that's really really tricky and actually needs to come from the person who who is going through the actual thing so feels like a good step forwards from what i've heard from intersex people that i've spoken to that. They want a lot more agency around not having to get surgery and things to subscribe to old dusty ideas of what gender is so that feels like a really good step forwards
"dsp" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"One of our largest clients which is a credit card issuer. Not only are we able to build an audience for them of people likely to want particular cards all the way down to an individual car it doesn't have to be the brand of the issuer doesn't have to be all portfolio but we can also tell them that this audience will have a ninety percent likelihood of greater of being credit approved. That's right so the ask you about the. You made a bad on sort of dsp technology and advocate it around time when the market was consolidating. And i think you've got some great if you don't mind me saying like a lot of value in terms of price tag tag you're getting fairly robust technology for sub thirty five million dollars which is a huge disappointment to the individuals who founded those companies but a big win for you which is great but when i look at the dsp category. This is a category. You can look at one of two ways. There's one there is one player in that market that provides the most outstanding bent benchmark. You could imagine the trade desk of course At thirty billion loss or look at that market is the trade desk is sucking all the oxygen out of the room and there's just very limited space for a smaller players to come in and basis and take on and find growth. I'm wondering which of those do you like or do you see have different way of looking at it. Funny when you said. There's one clear leader in the market. I thought you were referring to us. But the reality is that unlike a lot of the independent guys were pretty sizable and we are growing very rapidly. So we are not like one of these sort of thirty or forty million dollar independent. Dsp's trying to go up against the trade desk. I mean listen. The trade desk has built a great business and they're growing very rapidly. Wall street is rewarding them for that Are ctb are ctv business. Which i think is really the future of all this. The real reason we bought most of these assets act was not necessarily to to to focus solely on display based programmatic. It's our platform is far more focused on online video and cd. Ot and addressable tv. And i've been on the record multiple times saying that. I think that's the future of marketing. I used to say sort of you know few years ago. Seventy percent of all marketings analog of tv radio print outdoor and direct mail. Thirty percent was digital. And i used to say those numbers are gonna juxtapose over some period of time. What i'd say now is really. Most of the analog marketing around tv will become digital. It'll become addressable and you'll be able to build incredibly detailed marketing strategies around determine this data like we have so quite frankly are tv businesses growing as fast if not faster. There's the other thing about yes. Well good and from a smaller base. But that's great. And then i would just say so. You've said that you're sizable on the dsp side. Can you put any numbers around around that. I mean four hundred million dollars is your revenue total revenue gross..
"dsp" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"Gig was the first asset to come out of that where we bought to really interesting marketing technology companies and consolidated them into one platform. And then i stepped in as the ceo about two years after we found it so i found it. I stayed the chairman. We hired an outside. Ceo didn't work Ten years ago. I made myself interim. Ceo and i continue to to allow myself to keep that role. I keep looking fire myself. But i haven't done it just yet. Okay and it's it's a misnomer. Though that we are sort of a holding company at zeta zeta is an operating company. We have one platform We have one global go to market strategy. We have acquired multiple companies but for example mentioned. Who bought never forget now if three or four different. Dsp's over the last two years we have consolidated all of them down to one platform right so we don't we don't operate multiple platforms as companies We wanna buy great assets that have great people great technology great data of the end of the day. We have to be able to consolidate them. Into one flack for now. We have to effective eco-systems. We have designed a data cloud which is now the third largest eighty cloud in the world and then we have our tech stack which recall z. M. p. or the zeta marketing platform. So both of those are sort of separate but they're fully integrated And i think one of the reasons forester named us a leader And they said quote we leapfrogged everybody else. In the world was with the full integration of our data cloud plus tech stack and that works up primarily that was built for our crm assets which is sort of our heritage as we've had more of the marketing tech around the dsp we've really fully integrated are deterministic. Data audiences into the dsp cannot get anywhere else in the world so whereas if you go to a company like the trade desk drawer parties they have great software but they have no real data right. What we're doing is we're bringing the data eco system that is second to none and were fully integrating it into deterministic audience. It's not probabilistic. These are deterministic audiences. So what's the big difference. We absolutely know someone is. Has that really help..
Instagram redesigns its home screen for the first time in years, adding Reels and Shop tabs
"Instagram began really not an update that puts shopping and reels on the apps. Bottom navigation bar. The reels button is now in the middle of the bar. Which replaces the new post shortcut with the shopping tab. Replacing activity activity and new post. Buttons are now placed in the upper right corner next to the messages box. Us shoppers know that black friday sales are no longer limited to the friday after thanksgiving and the world's largest online shopping holiday singles day is doing the same thing today normally takes place just on november eleventh. One one one that's part of the signals thing but the discounts started as early as november. I this year and alibaba the leader in singles day sales estimates that a gross merchandise value of three hundred seventy two point. Three billion yuan was taken in in its singles day sales. That's about fifty six point. Four two billion dollars. Us it's a new record for the event for alibaba however the record falls under the shadow of new proposed anti competitive rules in china that would limit pricing flexibility to kind of their celebration. Samsung announced the x. Knows ten system on chip a premium. Phone chipset that offers eight. Cpu cores ten gp cores and an integrated five g modem capable of both sub six gigahertz and millimeter wave. The knows ten eighty is built on a five. Nanometer process includes a dedicated neural processing unit and dsp with an image signal processor capable of supporting a two hundred megapixel sensor. Samsung didn't have any launch devices for this news. Soc just yet speaking of arm based processors first benchmarks for max running apple's new m one chip or showing up on geekbench and they look pretty good. The macbook air recorded a single core of sixteen eighty seven and a multi-core score of seventy four thirty-three that single core performance outranks any other available mac benchmark on geekbench the multi-core score beats all of the twenty nineteen sixteen inch macbook pro models as well Benchmarks are good for the other ones as well. Thirteen inch macbook pro. Shows a single core score of seventeen fourteen multi-core sixty eight. Oh two and the mac mini shows up at sixteen. Eighty two single core. Seventy ninety-seven multi-car. Back in september pudgy. Mobile was banned in india due to its ties to ten cents. The south korean pudgy corporation. Now says it plans to create a new indian subsidiary to oversee a relaunch of the title designed for the indian market the game would maximize data security and cater to local preferences and feature changes like characters now starting fully closed no needy or using green liquid instead of blood and setting the game and a virtual simulation training ground rather than real life
"dsp" Discussed on F**ks Given
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"dsp" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"One more question on methodology and and quality of data. If you don't mind. I was thinking about How some brands. They get fed aligned by their vendors and some they may think they're sometimes i think we're we're in a little bit of a tower of babel in this industry. We think we're talking about the same thing not always talking about the same thing For instance back with a bunch of ad networks decided to start calling themselves. Dsp's and this is going back a number of years but you know suddenly brands who were sourcing media through ad networks were told no were a dsp now or or they would start to work for the company that said it was a dsp. Let's actually an ad network and again. I don't wanna go to much down the rabbit hole. It's that when there's a hot new category a lot of vendors that say. Oh that's what we are you know and we're going through that right now with c. Dp with a lot of companies aren't necessarily cdp's in their bones They might be tagged management services. They might be email marketing services or other kinds of data driven vendors. Nothing wrong with it. But because cdp's so hot the valuations are so high and market. Every marketer wants one there. There's some of them are starting to spend themselves as cdp's up anyway long question. Sorry i'm just curious like when you ask brands okay. Are you going to spend more with a cd. P is there any issue and making sure that they understand what the technology that you're asking them about is does set definitions. Do you know what i mean. Yeah i do know we definitely offer definitions we you know. We make it very clear when we're serving people. This is the topic we're talking about. This is how we're defining the topic we're asking you to think about it But your point you know some of these areas that are new emerging. There is still a lot of confusion..
Interview With TripleLift Founder And CSO Ari Lewine
"Our Hawaiian is chief strategy officer and CO founder triple lift. An eight year old programmatic advertising technology company triple lift has developed at products that have a closer match to the look feel and voice. But. Wide Range of media types and environments sounds like native. That's what they do They also support video in ot advertising and have other initiatives as well. Excited to have Arianna talk about some of that I reached out to our because I think he has a unique. Perspective on. Programmatic advertising at the current state of digital advertising overall that sometimes runs against the the larger narrative which is, which can be a negative narrative at times. So I'm looking forward to chatting him with him about that as well. Ari Welcome. Thank you so much act I'm delighted and honored to be here. Great to have you here Let's have a minute on you I. You got into start up stuff like right out of college. Is that right? Yeah. Even actually in college I. Ran My first startup analysis seventeen years old where I was really fortunate to be at a school that took entrepreneurship really seriously in fact, I I majored in entrepreneurship which is hard to believe as even a thing. And there were local businesses on my campus. I was able to as able to buy one into one of them. That did local shipping and storage, and so I got sort of taste in above that is still with me to this day building businesses from the ground up and just trying to make customer super happy. And we're your parents entrepreneurs have how did you get this bug? Yeah. So my parents are also entrepreneurs preneurs They started something on the order a dozen different companies. Many of them, not successful. And so I got to sort of see that growing up what I think is really important. It's like being around that failure from a young age and not having any stigma towards it was really impactful for me because. It shows that it's okay. As long as You keep trying my parents certainly keep trying in in some of them. Worked out okay and so I was fortunate to be in the sort of like environment where starting businesses was normal and expected in my parents very much supported me even at very young age when I tell them, this is what I want to do with my life I want to be an entrepreneur. And did they. Actively, encourage you was a kind of A. Son You're going to be startup founder. Yeah. It wasn't like you know. Jewish boy, and so the first inclination was to be neurosurgeon button when I got a D. on my first bio exam I think entrepreneurship became the clear path and it's funny because I was just going through things of my childhood from home and apparently when I was four years old, we went to FAO Schwarz he'll toy store and they printed. Out A car said Arlo an entrepreneur and so I think clearly there was there was maybe some program going on from a young age that that this was a path that they would like to see me go down and I've been very fortunate to be able to do it. I think it's like one of the most wonderful things that's happened because Entrepreneurship for many isn't considered a path at all like when you go to college or when you're young that isn't a thing that you think about you often think about professions that have a very clear path. And Entrepreneurship is not a clear path. So I would I try and do now in my clinical free time is I'm help other spying entrepreneurs. With their path towards entrepreneurship because I think, it's one of the most wonderful fans. That's Kinda funny. Hey honey sign's kind of a poor student. Push them towards the Internet. Yeah. That's where he belongs. No, that's great and Tacos through these couple of jobs you had before founding triple, you were head of business, development, oyster dot, com what was that all about? So Dot Com was a hotel review site that was subsequently acquired by trip advisor and a really beautiful idea which is people spend a lot of money on vacations and the worst thing that can happen is you get there and the hotel is not what you expected or paid for. And so the idea was to send a undercover reporters to full real expose on what the hotel is actually like with real unadulterated unedited photos and Iran monetization there. So this was a really crazy experience where they were publisher and I was twenty years old. They brought me on to make money from ads and I didn't know anything about online advertising. I just graduated college. And it was still the middle of the recession. and. So what I what I did is basically called up at that time it was ad networks. And I asked to speak with the product folks and I would just pepper them with hours of questions about how their technology worked, how the relationships of publishers and advertisers work. Essentially, I was able to learn from them how the industry worked at that time. There wasn't the wealth of knowledge of the sort of add exchanger dot com, a publications that we have today, and so one of the only way to learn about it was from other people and I was able to learn basically from the partnerships in vendors use are the publisher side and so. I started on the publisher cited from there I went to APP nexus. which became clear because when I was at one of the things I was doing all the time was you know in my lunch breaks I would log into DSP and start changing the line nine of prioritization across the different campaigns and ad networks I was working with. So I, was looking at who is paying me the that day and I would tweak the waterfall
The First American To Play For Barcelona
"Two Weekends Ago Nineteen Year Old Sergio Desk became the first American to play for one of the world's biggest soccer clubs. The new. Number, two for Barcelona Savino desk off the bench here today. Today the FX Palton Oreo on desks rapid rise and why the young star has chosen to play for the US instead of his birth country of Holland. showed him their vision for what he was going to be in the future they believed in him and he hadn't seen anything from Holland until he broke into the first team that I act. So I think there is a sign of Sergio recognizing wind people believe in him in when people give him the support to be successful. From in the athletic, I'm under skelter and I'm Davidson, it's Friday October sixteen, and this is the lead. It felt like something great was happening. There is something about the emotion. For. The past because. that. This isn't a story. View the. It stays with you. So. Paul how would you describe the way that Sergio plays? Well, I would say he's definitely more of the modern fullback that we see in today's game. Is An attacking player first and foremost. DSP little slow to react to. That very quick very good one on one defender, but his strongest traits are pushing forward. With the ball crossings desk. Space he's not afraid to be creative. He's not afraid to try different things. Back so Yeah he he plays with the mindset of attacking player who is looking to create goals. And get a sense of the hype around surging your desk. How good is this dude expected to be? Yeah I mean I think there are a lot of hopes for what he can be you know Barcelona spending twenty, five, million euros to sign him that puts a a heavy amount of expectation on Sergio Desk I mean this is not a taking a flyer on a guy paying five million euros form and hoping he works out and develops know when that kind of money is being spent. The expectation is that you come in and you contribute right away. And in the case of Sergio that means producing assists, it means holding your own in the Champions League and I think there is a lot of belief that he can be that type of player I mean I think there's going to be a huge spotlight on that club this year because it could potentially be Messier's final season at Barcelona, and so the hope that club is that they can win Champions League maybe do something to convince messy to stay and that's what you're walking into. If you're Sergio Desk and Paul, what's your sense of Sergio personality what's he like he comes across as kind of a quiet kid? I believed in myself. So that's like the reason I get focused and I played really well and this you know he. Is Very Smart. He certainly is not afraid to Kinda give his analysis of his teams and where he fits in the and the last two minutes I just made a unbelievable mistake and that's What I learned from it. But. What's interesting is when you talk to other people about him, what's he like kind of away from the media spotlight were you probably get a better idea of his personality? It seems like he is. I guess the best way to put as maybe like an interesting dude, like he you know he kind of goes to the beat of his own drum. He's got a kind of a bright personality and we're starting to see little bits of that I think as he grows comfortable with the spotlight that's on him. Now, we'll you've been digging into Sergio rise to stardom including speaking with some of his former youth coaches in the Netherlands. Tell us a little about the path he's followed. Well, he was signed with his academy from a local club. At. Quite a young age and I think what's interesting is At I xe the expectation when you go to a club like that and you go into an academy like that is immediately, how is he gonNA fit in as a professional and I think there were some concerns about whether or not Sergio had the discipline to succeed. As a professional you saw that topic come up with a number of his youth coaches at I you. Was He going to take things seriously enough. Well, what were some of the things that he was doing that we're raising red flags among some of these youth coaches? Well, they vocalise some of them and they didn't they hinted at others. There's little things like Sergio not showing up to school. Where was his focus and and having to sit down and have talks about professionalism and you can interpret it however many ways you want is showing up the training on time is he going and doing all the individual work that needs to be done mainly they wanted him to understand that you know. Yes, football is fun. Yes. There is the enjoyment part of it right but. If, you're going to make it at a club like I asked at a certain point you have to start treating it like a job as well, and for as much as some coaches were giving him those red flags there were also coaches who were saying, no, this kid has it. He has something and what you what you need to interpret is, yes, his personality might be. A little different. He might not fit perfectly in the box that you want, but he wants to be successful. He wants to get better and those are the coaches that recognize that in him and worked to kind of harness it, and once that happened once there was a little bit of belief behind Sergio Dust that self-motivation has has led him to a really quick sent from. The U Twenty World Cup into access first team, and then a year later into the senior national team for the US and onto Barcelona. So break this down for us. Paul Sergio grew up in the Netherlands. But he's been playing with US national teams. How exactly has that worked? So Sergio comes from a military US military family his father was a soldier who was stationed overseas. As Mother's Dutch and so he was born in Holland and and was raised there and even the Dutch national team he never got an invite to the youth national teams in Holland every time before the less round, the real real influence I didn't make you know and. Then, I was like. And he was discovered by the US soccer on accident, a US youth national team coach Dave Vandenberg, a former player, and he reached out to his club actually about another player. Another American at I ax to check in and he said as as you tend to do in scouting or journalism. Hey are there any other players I should be aware of and to coach that the actually we have another player here with American passport is name, Mr Gino, desk, and then My Dad told me like you also have American best and people saying to my dad so he can also play for the American. So when they brought through genius destined to camp, they were watching very closely not just his soccer ability but how would he mesh with the group and they said it took just one training session to see the quality that Sergio desk had. But what they were really happy with was how quickly he bonded with the Group of players and they felt like he really gained a lot from the group in connecting to his American. Identity I felt home over there a little bit because they I mean in the national team because they helped me all the time and they give me chances. This. That's the main thing I guess I would say also I think it's worth noting that the connection between us soccer at the time general manager now technical director Ernie Stewart and Sergio Desks Ernie Stewart likes or. Has a father who is in the military a Dutch mother grew up in Holland and when the US was trying to finalize Gino desks international recruitment, Ernie Stewart and Gregg Berhalter flew to Holland sat with Sergio and his father had a meal watched her play Champions League and spoke about their vision and I think it probably helped Sergio desk to see somebody who grew up very similar to him very similar background who played in multiple world cups more than one hundred caps for the US national team and Through seeing Ernie Stewart's accomplishments saw what he could accomplish with the US i. felt like my feelings were telling me like. My heart told me US wants the best option for you. It's not like. That I don't like the Netherlands. But yeah. In life you have to make decisions on. It's easy. You know. Also, we should note that that loyalty that, US, national team showed him, and that belief in the positive reinforcement he was getting with the US and being to Seventeen World Cup team u twenty. World Cup team led him to choose the United States senior national team overhaul, and which was recruiting and Windsor Genius talked about that decision. He talked about the fact that he had been a part of the teams plan for a long time. They had showed him their vision for what he was going to be in the future they believed in him and he hadn't seen anything from Holland until he broke into the first team and. So I think. There is again a sign of Sergio recognizing when people believe in him and when people give him the support to be successful.
Where Does My Workout Guilt Come From?
"Hello, welcome back to diet starts tomorrow I may lean I'm Sammy and this is our episode of deer DSP and we have amazing letter Liz Liz Liz. And written Meta. Say, would you WanNa read it? I? Will read the correspondence. Dear DNC when I first started quarantining I'm working from home, she didn't comment us. Do. Just. To the corrosive. Point? Action how? Okay straight to the point. I, like her she also didn't sign it. Okay when I first started quarantining working from home I felt I had so much extra time to be healthy plan, my meals, etc. a lot of my usual time commuting was now start working out and I loved it. I felt and looked better. But as time went on I managed to fill that extra time with with more stuff at work or with my kids my seemingly. Extra time had originally felt like a gift, but then started feeling like the norm around here. So now it seems I once again, have pushed working out to the wayside. I know that if I wanted to make it a priority I could, but it always seems like the least important thing for me these days how do I take time again to carve out space for me? Thanks. Yeah I have a first thing in the beginning of quarantine. We were all that shit insane having no clue what was going on. So like if yeah, of course, it probably felt like, Oh, I have so much time not doing all the things they used to do. My life is so different I'm not socializing. Yes. Of course, you did have a lot of time and. And but it's not that I think I is like don't beat yourself up for the changing of the norms because we all got used to quarantining we all these new schedules. Maybe you're worker a busier and more demanding because because you're more used to it, maybe your kids I'm sure your kids are very I'm sure it is a full plate taking care of your kids plus work home. Let's start with. Like you're doing nothing wrong just by like not having time. So yeah now we can get to I guess how she could maybe like prioritize I totally agree also just to point out, we were I thought you were going to say we were totally crazy in the beginning of corn team. When do you remember when every single person was like? Oh, my God I'm going to get fit in the next year. I'm like I can't wait to make my habit tracking I'm going to do all of these things, and then there was like the backlash against it. That was like because I would have time to write your novel whatever all of that everyone felt like it was like a snow day which, yeah, there's more time in a snow day. But actually, no, it's we're locked down because of a deadly pandemic, right? Like don't forget that it's not like we're just working from home for but. Right It's also very hard to remember that but let's remember it and. For Okay. This emails kind of relevant to me right now because I've also been struck, not struggling to find time but like really the kind of I hate this word motivation but the waitress who the interest to want to go back to you my normal or what used to feel normal. Routine of working out and I got my on December and like I have like kind of these ebbs and flows with it sometimes go on it all the time sometimes I stop but. This week or over the weekend I discovered that Peleton has i. was trying to find like what's GonNa be? What's going to make me go on and I was like I wish kind of like go back to Seoul Cycle I. Loved. So I love the music of soul cycle and I found out that like this whole time Peleton had salsa classes. They have like there's one instructor Emma who used to be. Instructor and they were called groove rides and I only found out because I asked my like my follower Diaz tears who were like do the love well, groove right and I was a grew. I. Thought they were seventies theme rides proved. And I? I. Would Have Thought that too me I yesterday I. I was like, Wow, I have thirty minutes like why don't I just get go on the bike and do it and I literally On. My fucking alone Santa got scared. People we used to make fun of all, my God and I was like it was. So I didn't give a fuck about the calories I didn't give and it was like it was what I was trying to figure out was why was that? Why is this ride different than all other rides and it was because it was like it's that feeling of what am I really getting for and it's just this kind of positive. I'm listening to the music I'm moving it has nothing to do with like the. Someone forced me to go on this. I didn't. There was no external. Like should behind I should work out it was I wanted to because I wanted to kind of dance and listen to music and sweat, and it felt so good.
CDC updates COVID-19 guidelines to include airborne transmission
"Updates Corona virus guidelines to include airborne transmission. The update was made after several published reports showed limited uncommon circumstances where people with a virus infected others who were more than 6 FT. Away. It was mainly and poorly ventilated areas in enclosed spaces where activities that caused heavier breathing took place activities like singing or exercise. The thinking is that those activities may contribute to the build up of particles that carry the virus. DSP healthier border, Sabrina Cupid says the CDC still believes you're more likely to become infected, the longer and closer you are to a person with the virus. Japan vows to
Big Ten football still waiting on final decision after presidents meet
"Next topic has to do it is the big 10 going to come back this season? Better late than never met, shaking Byron Metcalf Sunday morning got ESPN radio, the DSP adapt and serious sex and channel 80 thrill that have on Heather Ditch, ESPN college football playoff end college football reporter as well. So Heather yesterday the games were almost a secondary topic to what was going on on social media with regards to the Big 10 and perhaps a vote coming as soon as today about returning to play. What is the latest give us much background as you can. For those that are kind of in the dark on why the big 10 might be coming back soon. Sure so on Saturday, the athletic directors and doctors who comprise a medical sub committee of the Big Ten's return to competition task force Presented a lot of medical information to eight presidents and chancellors. Who are another subcommittee, right? You need a flow chart for all this stuff, has subcommittee So basically a bunch of athletic directors and doctors presented a lot of medical information to part of the presidents and chancellors, which are essentially like a buffer group right and it went very well from what sources have told us. So now that's kind of the first step. Now. Today everyone meets guys. I would love to be on this new meeting because it's like everyone in the big 10 is going to be on it. Except for the coaches. It's all Of their doctors off their sub committees and all 14 presidents and chancellors, And today they moved beyond just the medical piece and they start to look at. How do you actually return? When do you return? And what are the medical benchmarks needed that each team has to pass to actually get back on the field. So they have looked at at least four rapid and engine testing models that weren't there previously weren't available when they last decided to postpone the season. And now they've got a look at some dates, right? Some more substantial information in terms of logistics, as when do you get back? Mid October late October. What is all that look like now? Whether or not they actually vote? Nobody has any idea. Even those presidents, right? Yes, they can vote, and if they do vote, they need at least nine of them to agree to return. According to the big tent by law, and that means that six of those presidents and chancellors would have to change their minds from their original vote in August. To postpone. Maybe they don't vote. I think there's a certainly a good possibility. They don't Maybe they push it to tomorrow. Maybe they have more questions. We're talking about university president here. There's no telling what they might do, and even they don't know, but they certainly could vote. Magic Meyer Metcalf Sunday morning on ESPN radio. There is some sort of clicking noise on the end of their phones. So whether we want to call you back to make sure that we can hear everything you're saying clearly we picked up everything there. And I think the bottom line is my right. There are a lot of subcommittees. A lot of tax forces. There are a lot of people talking and maybe because of all that, maybe finally, the right people are going to be talking to each other today for the first time, or at least in the last 20 for the next 24 hours. Communication's been the biggest thing right at the end of the day. What people have been saying from day one is can you tell us exactly what happened? The process was there of all. What was the vote? Can you give us information? And perhaps the big 10 has reached that point where they are sharing information with the proper folks. I wanted this to medicine that feels like me to me. This is it? I mean, if you vote today, whatever this weekend and you come out, saying, we're not playing, that could mean you're not playing all year in my pin because we have no guarantees in January or anything like that. So this feels like perhaps the last chance. To get football going in the big team. All right, So we got Heather damage back. So, Heather on the heels of what you just said, and they're gonna have another vote sometimes soon. My question has to do with the fact that they're gonna have to have six presidents change their votes. Now, if the president's If they change their votes do they have to play like in a sense? Could Rutgers say yes, will agree that we can return to play But we are not going to play personally. Is that something that could happen? Yes, Absolutely. And I think that's a very good possibility. Maybe they come out of this and unanimously say Okay, we all agree. If you want to return you can, but we're not going, Teo. The question then becomes How many teams do you need to play? What's that line? Right Where you say, Okay, We don't have enough or all right. We can continue without the two of you. I mean, remember Michigan and Michigan State has presidents who are at an epidemiologist and an infectious disease expert. So there's a very real possibility that Michigan Michigan State Rutgers I mean, here in here in Maryland, where there's no margin for error with any soon, Nathalie tells after what happened with Georgia McNair two years ago, I would be surprised if Maryland Voted in favor of that their president. I can't say that for sure. I'm just taking an educated guess here, But you have to consider that each university is different under different leadership with different scenarios, and we heard how strongly Rutgers president earlier this week called Donald Trump's involvement in the politics. That was his phrase, he said, I'm not going to change my vote based on political interference in this So every president has their own thoughts on this, But yes to answer your question. It's certainly possible that they agree to play in some school say thanks not for us. None of this makes sense to me unless there's some attachment to the college football playoff. What are the chances that The big 10 could still participate in that if they make a decision here today. I think it's a good possibility, and it's the timing of it is what's critical. If you're talking about mid to late October. It's certainly possible for them to get in at least an eight game conference schedule. And have their conference championship game. December 19th and selection day for the playoffs is December 20th. So that is a very realistic possibility. And everybody in the country knows Ohio State is a good enough team. To be part of that conversation. The question is do the three other commissioners who are already playing Probably in the big 12 John Swofford in the Sea. And Gregg. Thank you and the SEC. Do they go for that? I think they would. I genuinely think that they would But once you get past that October resumed a then it gets really tricky unless realistic.
DefCon 2020 Recap
"How about let's talk about DEFCON. How's that been used to be Robert? We would prepare for this week. Because, there'd be all. We've learned about all sorts of flaws and security problems, and so forth in this in the talks that black hat and DEFCON. Is What would happen to us? Is that every the the abstracts would come out and every contributing editor who was looking for a headline would right up the end of the world, because XYZ right exploit is coming without ever looking at the talk and then we would feel people for a week until the actual say, well, they really have to get to your system. There actually was one and I don't know if this was a a black, a black half, a checkpoint software revealed Achilles, which is a nasty flaw in the qualcomm snack. snapdragon. I've got snacks my mind after our. Joyful Conversation I snap dragon chip These vulnerabilities affect forty percent of the android market include funds from Google Samsung LG Xiaomi one plus. And more there are patches. Thank God was is a black hat revelation Robert. That was actually a Defcon I'm trying to bring up the slide deck. One of the things that was different about DEFCON. This year was the fact that they provided all of the talks ahead of time. Nice because they're all prerecorded, and so you've got the slide decks. You've actually got the videos. You've got the right up the white papers. That one was was particularly interesting. The talk was hard to follow because the researcher. Definitely wasn't English as a first language. But as you go through, you realize what he's doing. He was able to take complete control of an android device and you could do in such a way that the person using the android device wouldn't actually know. Route control of his device. That's terrible. he is. Now it says it's opponent own qualcomm compute DSP for fun and profit. It's not the current crop of snapdragon chips. Right, it's an older chip. So if you have a phone, you bought in the last couple of years, you're okay. There are patches, but this is the problem, the older you're on the less likely. You're going to get patches. and. It's not necessarily even the older phones because you have to remember when you're talking about a billion plus devices that are sold every year. A lot of those are low cost devices and low cost devices will use these older chips. Yeah. It's a forty percent of the overall smart smartphone market. So this is a lot of phones. that. Need the patch that many of which will not get the patch there six flaws and they give you complete an absolute control. Of those ones how do you get it on their way? Is it with malware with a with a malicious? APP, for instance? the. Yeah. So. There were a couple of ways that they were shown the the one that I was looking at was actually not publicly available. It was a demonstration that was shown to me. Actually part of DEFCON is the the discord they started up this discord that has all of the. Only. Meet throughout the conference and. Organiz. Yeah. Yeah. Just like it would be if you were actually walking through, they have a wall of sheep discord. Gentle. Yes? Yes. Although it's harder to do if you're not there. Yeah spot the Fed on the discord extreme, right? Like it's not just a militias install, you can target it through video street, you're kidding wrecked. Surrender. On the chip, any incoming content. Oh. My God. So this is A. This is A. This is one that you would clutch your pearls. Unforgiving and I think every silicon engineer has this sort of in the back of their nightmare brain because once you well, we saw that with the meltdown inspector, the flaws until chips once it's in hardware. Mitigation is not easy and and more importantly. especially in the world of Android may not there may be no, no cavalry will come or the untouchable. Jailbreak we saw we saw last year for older iphones to it, right.
COVID-19 vaccine trial that started at Atlanta's Emory expands to the largest in the world
"The world's largest cove in 19 vaccine study, researched at Emory here in Atlanta has entered crucial phase three human trials. Today, 30,000 volunteers will be a part of this critical phase for the vaccine trial developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna. Those volunteers would be in areas of the country with higher infection rates, including Savannah, the chairman of the Donatella's Good Morning America on Channel Two. If they get the results of looking for the next step is federal approval talking lately, you're next year before the FDA. Khun made this adjudication. Nothing's guaranteed. But the Madonna Steins, one of several around the world that has shown promise Genetic and bottom 95.5 double DSP
Selling the Brand Name
"This week it was revealed that Mark Levin who used to run Google, the pixels camera program, the of H plus computational photography at at Google. Search for the person who brought the Pixel name into the mainstream when it came to great photos, has he left's? You left a few months ago. We didn't know where he went and we now know that he ended up at Adobe to build. What is essentially the next generation of Adobe Computational photography APPS? Adobe has a lot of photography APPs. We spoken about this on the show, but they recently came out with the dedicated adobe photo. APP, and it was. It's basically a way to. Bring realtime effects filters to your phones. It runs surprisingly well on android that well as obviously on Ios, but. I think the move was interesting. Because lavoix brings so much of that legacy, science and Authority to Adobe. Where he's GonNa Build, Cross Platform. Products so. Andrew. This was a big deal when Andrew when mark left. It's an even bigger deal now that we know where he ended up just giving nobis. A. Massive massive influence in the in the industry. What do you think about this? And why do you think it's a big deal? And now that he's there? It makes a ton of sense I mean I i. don't I don't know we didn't really do a lot of speculating. When it was revealed that he had left, and we kind of just assumed he was going to go back to doing a lot more research stuff and continuing to be just focused on the things he was doing at. which he was doing can concurrently with his position to Google. So. It makes a ton of sense that he would go to adobe, but I was just happy to see that adobe set like their official statement was. He's GonNa work on a universal camera APP. He's not just going to go work on some like color science inside photoshop or something like that disappear. I think he's clearly too important to be kind of just put in the back. Behind the scenes for adobe. Obviously. It was much more excited until jerry crushed everybody's dreams with his follow up editorial mine, which was you know appreciated I? Suppose I like being checked on my enthusiasm, but the idea that hundreds of millions of android users could have more access to pixel like. I'll say pixel adjacent camera features. is just really enticing. I mean having it locked up inside. Google was great for the Pixel and great for pushing the industry forward from Google's perspective, but you had to buy a pixel in order to have access to that not. Just install an APP, but now I handed over to Jerry. Tell me why that's not possible. It's. Because of the way, Camera APPs work now. they use. Hardware and software inside each individual model, so there will never be a great universal camera APP. It's just not possible, and we know that this this has been a pain point for so so long of you know didn't give proper if he is even to access low level camera hardware. And then they tried a little bit harder, but is very clear that when you install a third party camera, APP, even if it does the the right things I'd still doesn't have the low level access that the default camera. APP does right and that's. Google didn't do that from the beginning, so that forced companies like Samsung and LG to build their own, and now they don't want to abandon that. That's yeah work they've done and. They depend on. You know the way they interface with any image processing hardware. And that's not open. Ye Adobe can't just say well okay APP, check and see which camera it is and then decide. which hardware you want use to help build a great picture, and that gets more complicated now with multi camera arrays is well. I assume right YEP. It's a you know I I don't WanNA crush. Crush. It's going to be a good APP I'm sure it's it's going to be you know cream of the crop for third party camera APPS, but it's not gonna be near as good as the APP that came with your phone. If you bought you know A. Flagship android phone. Yeah, the one thing I can. I can hear everybody screaming right now is well side load Google Camera APP on my Galaxy S. nine and takes amazing photos. Yeah exactly and this is. This is perhaps why people have a little bit of optimism for this because. The thinking if some random person on day, or whatever can reverse engineer this and have it run pretty well on just your most high end, qualcomm chips, then surely the guy who had a central role in bringing that whole system to be in the first place, surely He. The most he has of the cloud that adobe has potentially would be able to work with qualcomm to come up with something relatively universal, even if you know of chips, exodus and and stuff a little bit of extra challenge on top of that she'll they can all work together and based on common platform. Most android phones have with with QUALCOMM DSP. Surely they can, at least do something special in the way that maybe you'll built in. Maybe a building smartphone camera isn't necessarily as good, but maybe dysfunctions in a different way and is better at certain things. It's what it's not gonNA. have any access to the machine learning stuff that all companies use. That's where the sticker is because. Nobody including Google as an open machine learning platform inside their phones.
"dsp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"C. C. R. dot org slash DSP station their beach following our time Paul Stevens fox news former south bend Indiana mayor people to judge ending his campaign for the democratic White House nomination just two days before super Tuesday a judge is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan and defied political convention in expectations surging to the top of a crowded democratic field for president narrowly winning the Iowa caucuses and finishing second in New Hampshire but he is finished well behind other rivals in the more diverse states of Nevada in South Carolina an aide to the campaign says booted judge police dropping out now is the right thing to do to heal a divided nation and work to defeat president trump in Washington Jared Halpern fox news fourteen contests up for grabs on super Tuesday has Vermont senator Bernie Sanders looking to build on his early delegate lead center sounding a familiar theme on Sunday it is totally absurd that we are spending twice as much per capita on healthcare as any other country and yet eighty seven million of us are uninsured or underinsured Bernie Sanders campaigning in San Jose California Washington state meantime reporting a second death due to the spreading corona virus the latest victim there a man in his seventies with some underlying health problems there's still no word on how the change of season might affect the virus the normal coronavirus the annual cold and well as well as flu and other respiratory illnesses often do dissipating go way in warmer seasons the virus just doesn't survive well in a warmer climate warmer atmosphere but we do not know is to this novel coronavirus how what will interact health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar on fox news Sunday new cases also confirm Sunday in New York City and two in Rhode Island North Korea firing two unidentified projectiles into its eastern sea on Monday experts saying this could be a possible test of a new road mobile solid fueled missile system America's listening to fox news from the moss based on traffic center what looks like a flowing traffic southbound on two seventy five if you're approaching the Howard Frankland bridge making that trip Indianapolis county no delays in either direction of my Ford we continue to see a good ride on seventy five traffic is clear on the veterans expressway if you're moving out of citrus park at the two seventy five just keep in mind the road construction does continue on Gandhi overnight so you might see some minor slowdowns if you're traveling on the bridge to Dale Maybury no delays on the interstate if analysis by major Springer newsradio WFLA after a cool but pleasant Sunday afternoon temperatures fall into the mid.
"dsp" Discussed on 600 WREC
"DSP six Democrats Duke it out so I'm Dave Anthony fox news in order to be Donald Trump we're going to need the largest voter turnout in the history of the United States Bernie Sanders also got into it with the new canon in on the debate stage Mike Bloomberg and so did the others Elizabeth Warren was in attack mode mentioning Bloomberg's insults towards women and asked him if he'd let women out of non disclosure agreements they signed after bringing previous lawsuits against him in his company Mister mayor are you willing to release all of those women from those non disclosure agreements so we can hear their side he said no and while he was also attacked for stop and frisk and for being the wealthy candidate buying the election Bloomberg defended his wealth I've been very lucky made a lot of money and I'm giving it all the way to make this country better and a good chunk of it because the Democratic Party as well and that he's using it to defeat president trump in Las Vegas Jessica Rosenthal fox news as the Democrats debated NBC news president trump rallied again calling Bloomberg many Mike he's getting pounded tonight you know isn't it but I residential as supporters near is on a hill beat any of them it was a mass murder in Germany fox's Simon known as your lie with what happened the date at least nine people killed in a shooting rampage targeting to who caught bars in the city of handle named Frank fed the state interior minister sauce visit given so they're saying authorities suspect as xenophobic motive German media reports the suspect left a confession letter featuring extreme right wing views the forty three year old German man believed to be the attack it was later found dead at his home along with the body of his mother Turkey says at least some of those killed were Turkish Dave Simon China's one another one hundred fourteen corona virus that's one Japan two of the more than six hundred cruise ship passengers got sick with the virus.
"dsp" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"It the ark C. C. R. dot org slash DSP to apply today with Mario Lopez through the week Mario Lopez kicking out the Wednesday edition of the show my wife all excited because Jackson Brittney from Vanderpump rules stop by some gonna catch up with them plus can make some Oscar picks into Sunday's awards get up on the latest buzz play all your favorite music and more so let's do it the Los Angeles one oh four three and to not we we can in this bad CDOs with yeah for the day we say stay with me stay stay see and he.
"dsp" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The biggest problem with dsp those we never know i think if he were to say hey guys i will be around for four fights then i think maybe they would be more keenan doing something because you know in a belt and then just walk away going to defend that eighty five and then he signed or excuse me five eighty five and defend and i think we all saw the writing on the wall you know it was like all these guys are too big and he said a lot of things remember on our show in two thousand nine i think he was in our studio and he goes up i'm never coming back you know and now he's even teasing that he could do lightweight you know 'cause that's what he needed he needed the frame to fight anderson silva i believe me i mean okay you do need it but i don't know i just he's been a little consensus good of it was good of a guy is a square as he is he's also gone against what he said before right it's like the episode of the simpsons i dunno if was barter homer but they're they're in that point where all the states intersects he's like now in this state now in this state and this state now and it feels like he's doing that dance right now but now i will say this on behalf of him he what's wrong with using your name to come back and make some money you know he actually punked the ufc if you think about it he got the title shot and now he may or he may not fight and he just kind of keeps hanging around why because he knows he can sell so he's kind of like he's kind of like a version of conor mcgregor except a more polite and classy version it's hard to argue members to i mean when we talk about best resume i mean who who's who's up there higher than gdp who's got a cleaner resume and you know you know it's free of pd or free of all these other nonsense stuff it's gs piece of anybody deserves it again isn't it's not that we're coming out that he's a good guy i mean the guy and he was kind enough to vacate right away none of this i think he took advantage of the ufc think conor mcgregor punks the ufc.
"dsp" Discussed on ESPORTS
"Check out espn films newly released thirty for thirty podcast from the producers of our awardwinning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to fear speaking of amazing delta airlines and the flag delta app make your travel experience amazing easy with realtime bag tracking eve warding and passport scam during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the bill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more the biggest games biggest of is the biggest stories what you'll find out or step assertive a game welcome to the dsp necsports fide gassed welcome back to the injured by take on the death today with miller pulling inaccurate his trip from seattle covering vinci national 2017 guys doing going okay a little tired a little will beat up have had a busy few weeks and the 'nother busy week ahead so uh before before nonetheless tyler about you uh billy as say to of is pretty tired i was up international for outlive the nice flew home once it a little off a little tough let it when i landed so i've been pretty much go go go go go for the past two weeks and then be a la healthiest playoff this weekend so never stopped no stopping boy got quoted today in a washington wizards capitals and mystics press release about uh team liquid having the most profitable day and he sports of all time uh that story link down the press release opened up by email this morning like seven and was just like i read the i read it i read it and i saw it like they were like yeah our team liquid had the most profitable day and he sports and i like i saw hyperlink does like i'm myself right now i opened this misato or story and what he though i opened it and it was a tower story for those of you have it's a great piece it's on espn dot com slash she sports on tyler do you want to give everyone a little overview on that peace.