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Dash Price Prediction for Today, January 29 DASHUSD Spikes to the North as Price Touches 58.3 Level

InsideBitcoins

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Dash Price Prediction for Today, January 29 DASHUSD Spikes to the North as Price Touches 58.3 Level

"9 p.m. Sunday January 29th, 2023. Dash price prediction for today, January 29th dashes spikes to the north as price touches 58.3 level. The dash price prediction shows that dash could be ready for the uptrend, and it may fundamentally break above 60 respectively. Das prediction statistics data

Dookey Dash Everything You Need to Know About the New Bored Ape Yacht Club Game

BitcoinChaser

00:24 sec | Last week

Dookey Dash Everything You Need to Know About the New Bored Ape Yacht Club Game

"12 p.m. Friday January 20th, 2023. Dookie everything you need to know about the new board API club game. Dookie dash is a new game released by yugo labs, which is available exclusively to holders of board API club and mutant API club. The post dookie everything you need to know about the new board API club game appeared first on Bitcoin chaser.

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The 450M Bored Ape Metaverse Collapsed Servers at Launch

MetaNews

00:21 sec | Last week

The 450M Bored Ape Metaverse Collapsed Servers at Launch

"5 p.m. Friday January 20th, 2023. The four 50 M board 8 metaverse collapse servers at launch. Dookie dash, a gay more players trudged through a messy sewer system in search of a key to a treasure. The post the four 50 M board 8 metaverse collapse servers at launch first appeared on the news.

Kyle Rittenhouse Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Joins Sebastian Live From ShotShow in Las Vegas

"Do we have on the show? Who better to open our show today? America first across the nation, 300 stations, three and a half million listers. Is a guy who just kind of casually texted me a few days ago. And I said, hey, you're going to be at shot and he said yes. You may have heard of him. His name is Karl rittenhouse Kyle. Welcome to America first. Sebastian, thank you for having me. All right, so have you done this before? Have you been at shop? Note this is my first year here. I'm excited to be here a lot of great people, a lot of great industries out here. I'm actually here with national association for gun rights. And we only open the show today. They had what they call the media day yesterday where people like me and you can go and shoot stuff at a range. Today, the big actual exhibition open. Have you had time to look around if you see anything cool, anything exciting that catches your fancy? Oh, I've been to a couple boots so far. I was hanging out at safari land. They have some new holsters that just came out. They look really cool. All right, safari land are a legend in the industry. I might have to make time for that after the show. After the show, don't go anywhere today. You've got to catch all three hours of mercury first. So let's talk about why you texted me. I think it was like two days before the show. You just sent me a tweet you sent out. Everybody follow Kyle on Twitter. Follow his new YouTube channel and also because and this if you find it hard to believe, look it up for yourself because it's a fact, Kyle, despite being declared by a jury of his peers, absolutely innocent, a man who simply defended himself is now being sued by one of the families of the men who attacked him, so he has a give send go give send go dash Kyle rittenhouse. So please support Kyle. But in the last few days, he was slated to speak at a couple of events as the new media personality you are. What happened to those engagements, Kyle? So I was supposed to be giving a speech at southern pub brewery with defiant press and they booted us because the woke mob found out I posted about it. I tried to promote it to get people to come and hear about censorship in the Second Amendment. And they didn't like that. They bent to the woke mob and they said, we're canceling this event. Thank goodness we were able to reschedule. It's now going to be at lone star convention center in Conroe Texas where you can come and watch me shoot.

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On the Road to Blackouts

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:32 min | Last month

On the Road to Blackouts

"John, do you have power on today? And it's great to me with you. Yeah, right now we have power, although Minnesota is one of the Midwestern states plus Arkansas and Louisiana that are under miso, the mid continent independent systems operator. And miso has warned that its entire region. The Midwest plus those two southern states is at high risk of blackouts. This winter. And if we do have blackouts, we are going to join a lot of other states experiencing them just over the last few days. You know, John, it's not like you guys need power in Minnesota, right? Because it's always nice and balmy, you can get out and you get plenty of sunlight up there. You can do all the stuff that you don't need that power, right? Winter is winter is a perfect time for these things. You could always go out and sleep under the trees. Yeah, something like that. People who understand the energy understand the grid and how the system operates have been seeing for years that blackouts are inevitable if we continue this mad dash to wind and solar energy as you know in my organization American experiment. I think it's got the top energy group in the United States and they've been putting out paper after paper analyzing electricity power in a variety of states. And they've been saying for several years that we are on the road to blackouts and as of this winter, we have arrived.

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NYT Publishes Crossword Puzzle Resembling Swastika

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:53 min | Last month

NYT Publishes Crossword Puzzle Resembling Swastika

"New York Times Sunday puzzle, it's so difficult. It's the hardest crossword puzzle in all of America. And but I love the challenge. And anyway, there's a, it's 5 letters across. Okay. And the clue is dictator, dictator with close cropped mustache. I think 5 words across begins with H oh, that's gotta be. It's gotta be right Hitler. Right, that's what I'm thinking. Gotta be. That's what I'm thinking. Also, I wonder, there's also another word here, a person, person who would design crossword puzzle to resemble swastika. It's ten letters down, first letter begins with an a and the last letter is E and there's a dash in between. I don't know how to do the dashes and a crossroads. Yeah, does that count? I don't know. Oh, wait a second. Oh, semi. Anti semite. Yes. Yeah, that's The New York Times. Have you seen the puzzle grace? It's over. Okay. Who does that on the first day of Hanukkah? I don't know. By the way, blessings and peace to you on hanukah. Who does that? This is horrible. So The New York Times and we've got this up on the website. And I thought it can't be as bad. Caitlin Parker managing at a call me Harry says, you're not going to believe this. But there's a freaking swastika in the pages of The New York Times. And it's not like you have to squint and turn your head to see it like it's right in your face. It's like boom. It's not like, you know, always the dress yellow or whatever. It's like holy cow. I mean, what do they do? Do they have the goose step when they walk into The New York Times building? I've never seen anything like this anyway. How did this clear multiple people?

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Tamadoge TAMA, IMPT.io IMPT And Dash 2 Trade D2T See Bullish Momentum, Orbeon Protocol ORBN Presale Set For 6000 Price Increase

The Crypto Basic

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Tamadoge TAMA, IMPT.io IMPT And Dash 2 Trade D2T See Bullish Momentum, Orbeon Protocol ORBN Presale Set For 6000 Price Increase

"4 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Tama dog talma, and dash two trade D two T C bullish momentum, or be in protocol or BN presale set for 6000 price increase. The crypto market has recently experienced one of the most significant downfalls in history. This year alone, many tokens have lost more than 95 of their value, and billions of dollars have been lost to crypto investment. However, new projects in the ICO or pre sale stage offer investors a life-changing opportunity to regain their losses. The post Tama dog Tama, and dash two trade D two T C bullish momentum, or be in protocol or BN pre sale set for 6000 price increase first appeared on the crypto basic.

DASH returns 20% in a day. Has the cryptocurrency turned bullish?

Coin Journal

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

DASH returns 20% in a day. Has the cryptocurrency turned bullish?

"7 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Dash returns 20% in a day. Has the cryptocurrency turned bullish? Privacy focused cryptocurrency sought increased buyer interest on Wednesday. As cryptocurrencies turned up, the tokens value increased by 21 of the strongest. Dash was riding on the positive sentiment, pushing above the 40 resistance. Dash offers an open-source platform for cheap and fast financial transactions in a decentralized ecosystem. However, unlike other cryptocurrencies, the post dash returns 20 in a day. Has the cryptocurrency turned bullish appeared first on coin journal.

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Neo Price Prediction for Today, 24 November: NEO Tests Potential Reversal Level

InsideBitcoins

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Neo Price Prediction for Today, 24 November: NEO Tests Potential Reversal Level

"6 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Neo price prediction for today, November 24th, neo tests potential reversal level. Neo is pulling back at the 6.6 level nearest price analysis and dash November 24th in case the bulls exert more pressure and neo will increase to

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Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

"It that you all decided to make a film a Christmas film? This one is called, I heard the bells. Yeah, so we, you know, from the very beginning, film has been a part of our story. My grandparents founded Sight & Sound. In many ways, by accident, but through using multimedia. It was a multimedia slideshow back in the 60s. They kind of helped us get our find our footing, if you will. And ever since then, media has been a part of what we do. So whether we are filming stage shows for things like broadcasting on TBN, or media in the actual shows themselves projection, giant LED screens, all these different elements that help to bring these stories to life. Media has been a part of what we've done. And as we felt the lord several years ago calling us to expand, we weren't sure at first truthfully, was it like, is it another location? What does this mean? What does this look like? And we really started to feel this call towards telling stories beyond the stage and beyond the Bible. There are so many historical true stories that are powerful. That are waiting to be told. And so this launch into Sight & Sound films, this new branch that we have launched this past year and our debut film I heard the bells is our first step towards that, what we feel like the lord is calling us towards in the future. Not that theaters is going anywhere. That will remain exactly what it has been. So the theaters are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Branson, Missouri. Yeah. Okay. But if people want to find you all online, where do they go? You're a site dash sound dot com.

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Video Shows Washington Man Firing Multiple Rounds at Officers

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Video Shows Washington Man Firing Multiple Rounds at Officers

"So there's a police officer in Tacoma, Arizona and I may not take home Arizona law help me Jesus. Tacoma Washington who well, let me put the scenario together. There's a suspect who got into a domestic violence altercation with his girlfriend. She calls the police on him. She runs out to the house. She tells the dispatcher before she run out of the house. The hay he has a bunch of guns down in the room that he stays in. You know, he's a violent individual. She ended up making contact with police while she's talking to police. She said, hey, he has a gun. He has an AR-15. The guy's crazy. They get her to a safe area. This guy ends up confronting the police, not cooperating, going back inside the house, the police show up in the alleyway, and also in the front yard to try to contain him, he comes out, he pulls out a gun, he starts shooting at the police officers. He shot at the police officers in a hail of bullets, at least three separate times. Before super cop showed up, so super cop showed up with testosterone that you can see coming out of his ears, he pulls up to the scene, he put his coffee cup. He had a Starbucks latte. He put his latte on dashboard, I mean, you know, on a dash, he walks around, he pulls his rifle out, he didn't say nothing. The guy is shooting at him while he's doing this. And he didn't do nothing, but get his rifle together, load around in the chamber, sit up on the back end of the SUV and take one shot from a 183 yards away. That's out of control.

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Markets shudder on dashed inflation hopes; Dow falls 1,250

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Markets shudder on dashed inflation hopes; Dow falls 1,250

"The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than 1000 points Tuesday as markets shuttered following Wall Street's realization that inflation isn't slowing as much as hoped I Norman hall Tuesday's sell off happened after a report showed inflation decelerated only to 8.3% in August instead of the 8.1% economists expected The hotter than expected reading has traders bracing for the Federal Reserve to ultimately raise interest rates even higher than expected to combat inflation The fed has already raised its benchmark interest rate four times this year higher rates hurt the economy by making it more expensive to buy a house a car or anything else bought on credit Fears about higher rates and prices dropping for everything from gold to cryptocurrencies to crude oil I Norman hall

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Dow drops 1,008 after Fed's Powell says rates will stay high

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Dow drops 1,008 after Fed's Powell says rates will stay high

"Wall Street responds to Federal Reserve policy has been negative I Norman hall The dial slumped more than 1000 points as the stock market had its biggest skid and two months The fallout came after the head of the Federal Reserve dashed holes that it may soon ease up on high interest rates in its efforts to tame inflation The S&P lost 3.4% its biggest drop since mid June after Jerome Powell said the fed will likely need to keep interest rates high enough to slow down the economy for some time in order to beat back the high inflation sweeping the country The increases will hurt U.S. households and businesses but he also said the pain would be far greater if inflation were allowed to fester I Norman hall

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Charlie's Predictions for Merrick Garland's Press Conference

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Charlie's Predictions for Merrick Garland's Press Conference

"Garland will address the country almost guarantee he will have an over emphasis on potential violence against the FBI of which we don't support and we denounce, but I think that's going to be a main focus of his speech, pleading to people not to do that that will be a misrepresentation of what we're really talking about here, which is why on earth was there a military invasion of president Trump's home, of which lasted 270 hour man hours, 9 and a half hours total, and president Trump's lawyers were not allowed in the room. What was that all about? Did you know about it Merrick Garland did you sign off on it? What was the process? What's the reason? Why was Donald Trump not treated with the Department of Justice guidelines properly? Will you admit mistake we asked for apology? Do you regret it? Do you regret it? There's a lot of questions that we need answers here. Merrick Garland will be stepping up to address the entire country. And I am infinitely curious how this will go through, but here's the basic. Here's my prediction. You're not going to learn a lot. There'll be a lot of open ended statements. And look, this is he'll say something like this is just a typical search done by our law enforcement agents and we can't allow the disinformation or the misinformation to come after us and just kind of the slow thing and won't take any questions and then he'll dash away. And I think he'll distance himself, by the way, from direct involvement. I don't think he's going to own this.

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 6 months ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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Bogaerts scores on wild pitch in 11th, Red Sox top Yanks 5-4

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Bogaerts scores on wild pitch in 11th, Red Sox top Yanks 5-4

"The Red Sox slammed three home runs but it was a ball that landed just a few feet in front of home late that enabled Boston to beat the Yankees 5 to four in 11 innings with two out in the 11th Boston zander bogarts made a mad dash from third base for the plate When Michael king's wild pitch passed a few feet away from catcher Jose trevino scoring what became the winning run and ending a four game socks losing streak Coming in here obviously it's pretty tough The environment and they're playing pretty good but taking away is nice especially in the first game last year Earlier Rafael Devers Christian has and Bobby dahlberg blasted Homer's for the socks while Giancarlo Stanton hammered a three run shot for the yanks Tom New York

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Jim Seals of ’70s group Seals and Crofts dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Jim Seals of ’70s group Seals and Crofts dies at 80

"Musician Jim seals of the group seals and crofts has died at the age of 80 details of his death were not given I marches are a letter with the latest Jim seals was the one with the cap Together with dash crofts they had a string of hits in the 1970s including summer breeze diamond girl get closer and we may never pass this way again They broke up in 1980 but it had brief reunions in the early 1990s and in 2004 seals and crofts met while playing in another band They were both in the champs that seals on sacks and crops on drums

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 DoorDash paying back drivers to offset high gas prices

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

DoorDash paying back drivers to offset high gas prices

"Door dash says it will refund drivers for some gas purchases to help offset higher prices at the pump the delivery company says it will give drivers ten percent cash back when they buy gas using dasher direct a debit card that's designed for drivers and will start paying them weekly bonuses for driving the most miles but door dash says it's not passing its costs on to customers right now unlike some other gig companies earlier this week uber said it would start charging riders a fuel fee to offset higher costs proved greets and ride hailing drivers something lift reportedly says it will also do I'm

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"dash" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

"When did you realize you come to the end of the line? When I left the last European bank, it would have been around 2015. I went to work for a client and I went to work for a large global macro hedge fund. Where you were basically trading? Yes. Doing some analysts work. I was writing for the firm. But there's essentially it's essentially acknowledgment that there isn't really much of a role for the bond salesman. Correct. If I went back and wandered the trading floors in the hedge funds of Wall Street now, would I see anything that's even vaguely familiar to me or has the world changed that much? No, it's nothing that was familiar. So the world that liar's poker describes is thoroughly changed, but liar's poker itself remains in some kind of time warp eternity. Why on earth are people handing this book out to kids at Harvard and saying you got to read this if you want to know how art business works? You know, it's because it's a really fun era. And it would give someone young who was idealistic about coming in and being able to make a difference. It gives them some hope that is obviously completely misplaced. Given the modern trading environment. Gives them some hope of what that they could have some fun. So that's the fun's been bled out of it. Yeah, there's no eating goldfish standing up in front of 500 people in the trading floor and Solomon London anymore. So it's used to persuade young people that this is still a place full of life. When it really, what it is is a place full of machines. And silence, there's just no noise. That's the amazing thing about particularly hedge funds even more than the banks. You're just basically tending the machines. No one actually talks on the phone anymore. That's the most obvious physical changes. People used to stand up on their desk and yell and get an argument and occasional fist fights. And then they were on the phone and there'd be a hundred open phone lines. And it was just this huge cataclysm of noise and risk and fear and greed. It was a drama. There's no drama now. He's totally right, there was a drama, and the telephone was at the center of the drama. I mean, the mortgage traders would hurl the phones at people's heads. They were weapons in addition to instruments of communication. And when you walked onto the floor, you could hear a thousand voices at once, shouting into phones, shouting at each other. But Scott, AKA, wasn't like that. You can hear from his voice that he's not a shouter. He's a low talker. And he would mumble into his phone. In the book, it was his phone technique that I used to introduce him to the reader. I could tell when dash was about to sell a few $100 million of government bonds because his torso would jackknife in his chair, so that his chest was almost in his lap, and his head went into the sound booth. Just before consummating the tray, he'd plug his empty ear with a finger on his free hand and speak rapidly in a low voice. One of his customers nicknamed him the whispering dash. Then suddenly, he'd pop up. Hit the silencer button on his receiver, and shout into the hoop. In New York, New York, you're done on October 92 to September 93s. 100 by 110. Oh yeah, 100 million by 110 million. When you emerge from the tuck position without having soul bonds, I knew he'd been talking to his mother. It wasn't cool to talk to your mother on the trading floor. I love describing your phone technique. The low talker. You were a low talker and you went to some of those actually go underneath your desk, so nobody could hear you. Why? Well, it was loud. Really loud. The fact is if you're in the middle, if your orchestrating a transaction of a $1 billion worth of bonds that are moving really rapidly in price and the money to be made or lost is really large sums. You really don't want a traders shouting, yelling, hectoring. Abuse, you don't want that leaking through into the phone, because the trade will be screaming. I hate that customer, you know, hang up the phone. I'm never doing another trade. And you're under the thing. You don't want him to hear that as you complete a transaction and hope he'll come back ten minutes later for another one. So that's why you did it. It was editing. I thought you were afraid of people hearing what you were saying. Oh, no. No, not at all. You were afraid of the person on the other end of the line hearing what everybody around you was saying. Right, you can't let the truth leak through. You can't let the truth leak through. It's a great line. Very dash rip rock. I want to thank Scott Dorf for revealing himself to the audience. And for talking to me, coming up after the break, we have one more pseudonymous character from liar's poker. Whose identity we're going to reveal. Maybe the most famous character in liar's poker. The human piranha. This episode is supported by work check and original podcast from Atlassian. Makers of teamwork software, like jira, confluence, and Trello. Our workplaces today are full of lingo, tools and trends, promising to make our teams more efficient or in sync. But which actually deliver on that hype. Work check is a new podcast all about how and why you should transform the ways you work. Episode one is about the practice of dog fooding. Episode two is about internal hackathons. I listened to work check and was surprised to learn that the Facebook like button came out of an internal company hackathon. I think if you listen, you learn something surprising, too. Listen to work check on Apple podcasts or anywhere you listen to podcasts. We'll also include a link in the show notes. My thanks to work check for their support. Rising inflation is eating away at your savings, but it doesn't have to. Investing in real estate is a great way to hedge against inflation, generate cash flow and build long-term wealth. Hey, I'm David green, real estate investor, broker, and author. And on the bigger park it's real estate podcast. I teach real estate investing strategies that work for real people like you and me. From strategies for getting started. A couple of weeks after we closed, we had all the rooms rented out. And from that day to this, we have literally never missed a month's rent. To data driven insights on today's hot market. 24 million millennials that are between 25 and 30 and there, just moving into wanting to buy a home. We cover short term rentals, long-term rentals, passive investing, mindset, and more. Are you ready to dive in? Then listen to the bigger pockets real estate podcast and the number one real estate investing podcast in the world. Just search bigger pockets in your favorite podcast app. Welcome back. In liar's poker, there's a long section, probably too long a section about my education in the Solomon brothers training program. And for me, it was a way of explaining to the reader all about Wall Street through these people who came before us who knew all about Wall Street. And these people were colorful and interesting, but one of them was just more interesting than all the others. And he was the human piranha. The human piranha came to tell us about government bonds. Though he was so knowledgeable about the handling of money. That he could have spoken about whatever he wished. He was the only bond salesman who made traders nervous, because he generally knew their job better than they did. And if they screwed up by giving him the wrong price, he usually made a point of humiliating them on the hoot and holler. It gave other salespeople great satisfaction to watch him do this. The human piranha was short and square, like the hooker on a rugby team. The most unusual thing about him was the frozen expression on his face. His dark eyes, black holes, really. Rarely moved..

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"dash" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis

"I had absolutely no idea what I was doing on Wall Street. And when I got to Solomon brothers, they were people who were hostile to my ignorance, but there were people who helped me along. And kind of taught me stuff. Sometimes without even knowing they were doing it. And these people found their way into the book, often pseudonymously. So just recently, I went back to a couple of these people to see kind of what they remembered from that time. One of them was a bond salesman who was next to me at the desk where they plopped me down in London. When I got out of the training program in the book I called him dash rip rock and here's how I described him. He was American and only 23. Two years younger than I. Still, in the way of the world, he was light years ahead of me. Dash rip rock was a proven money maker. Dash often made remarks I didn't understand such as buy two year notes and short old tens or short Solomon stock or save a client shoot a geek and expect me to figure out why on my own. Often I hadn't a clue what he meant. But dash, for all his pithiness, had a kind heart. And eventually, after he had sold four different money managers in three different countries, on whatever new scheme, he was promoting. He had elaborate. In this way I learned about trading, selling, and life. You called me up to hampstead to your house. And said, I want you to look at something one. So I went up there, and that's when you showed me like a lot of hand, I think it was handwritten. It was typed out. It was like 300 pages typed out and I sat and read it. And then I looked at you and I said, you're going to sell 7000 copies to the 7000 employees of Solomon brothers and then you're going to be unemployed and never get another job on Wall Street again. And you laughed and said, I've already sold the rights. It's coming out. The ladies and gentlemen, I'm now in a position to reveal for the first time ever. The true identity of my first mentor at Solomon brothers dash riprock. His real name is Scott dwarf. I said to you, I go, you have to change the names in this book. But yes, I'm making fun of the chairman. I'm making fun of you. I'm making fun of the firm. I'm hazing you mercilessly. Pledge training, all this and I was like, you really have to change my name because I'm not ready to leave the business here at the age of whatever 26 or whatever I was at the time. As I remember it when I asked Scott, what he wanted his pseudonym to be. He already knew now dash riprock turns out to be a character from the 1960s sitcom the Beverly hillbillies. But it ain't no dash rip rock. And the training program there was a book the equivalent of the pick, but you know that they've sent out freshman year in college back in the day. And it had all the pictures of all the people. It was probably a 125 people in that class. And I had nicknamed one guy in the class dash riprock because he was that guy lived on Park Avenue, you know, drove a Porsche. $5000 suits in 1983. So I thought if that was a funny name, so I just stole it back from him. So would you rather your takeaway was everyone a Solomon brothers is going to read it, but no one else is going to be interested. Right, I thought it was way too much inside baseball. But at the end of the day, what do you put on the cover? You know, I'm a bond salesman. I mean, who? Who cares? I mean, nobody. There was no glory or drama in that world until really until your book. Did you do you remember? The reaction in the firm when the book came out. A mix of horror fear and glee. I'd say? It was like reading page 6 in the post, only 300 pages of it. It was a parlor game. All right, who is this guy? And the ones that you protected by using pseudonyms and I were the ones who didn't protect putting their real names in. I think I mainly protected the little people and mainly didn't protect the big people. The real names were the names of the people who were kind of prominent in the firm. But did people quickly figure out you were dash rip rock? Oh, in 30 seconds. Yeah. Did you think, oh, I'm in trouble? Oh, I went, I was looking for another job fairly quickly. But at the same time, I was not super comfortable with what was going on in the government bond department at the time and who I was reporting to and responsible to. And as you saw what happened shortly afterwards firm fell apart. It was a good time for you to write that book and me to be forced to leave. Did you feel like you were forced to leave? By the book? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I didn't know that. Really? It's okay. I don't blame you. What's funny about that is Scott and I had stayed in touch after Solomon brothers. I mean, loosely. And he never said that basically I ruined his career there. Never brought it up. He'd gone on to have a long and very lucrative career, like a lot of the people who I was at Solomon brothers with. We all hit there just the right time with this kind of tidal wave behind us to surf. And he'd gone through a number of banks and hedge funds and had only just a few months before I spoke to him retired. But he was still struck compared to all those firms. How much power? Solomon brothers had exercised back in the day, like how different a place it was in relation to the rest of the financial system. It can't be exaggerated in terms of how much control we had over the level of U.S. interest rates and therefore global interest rates at that period because there's obviously nothing now to compare. It's interesting what you just said about control of interest rates because Salman didn't have control of interest rates. I mean, the fed has control of interest rates. So but on a very micro level, like where this bond trades in relation to this bond. No, but on the absolute level of rates in a way. Even now, a single hedge fund or a single player can momentarily have a big impact on one sector of a market or one specific issue or something like that. But back then, Solomon, until a number of events shrank their control. There were periods where they would go in and they would buy every single thing that the treasury would auction. And they would just keep buying. And if prices went down, they would just buy more until they turn things around. And that worked at an incredibly high percentage hit rate because they were willing to lose more money than anyone else. On the path to making a ton. Solomon brothers may have felt like it was an incredibly powerful position in entrenched, but even then, its privileged position was under assault. We just didn't fully realize it. It was just a different culture than say Silicon Valley is, where everybody knows enough to be paranoid. Everybody knows that someone's coming to get you and will. Things were coming to get us and we were oblivious to it. What happened was that the banks and the investment banks went from much smaller organizations with people who could jump around department to department with history majors trading bonds to much more specialized worlds where you have thousands of PhD programmers who are fighting to get one algo a millionth of a second faster than another algo. And that there's no narrative that really helps there. Your potential role is shrinking the whole time. Right, it's becoming much more just sitting at the casino and putting your chips on red or black as opposed to having an edge. The anomalies have been arbitraged out of the business, which is how we made our living for the last 30 years. And.

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"dash" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on On The Media

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"dash" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on On The Media

"Film will arrive in theaters on June 21st, 2019. I remember one time we talked about it. I was like, have you seen it and you just reacted very strongly and you were like, no, I'm not seeing that stupid movie. The fact that I have not seen it, it's like purely just a formality of the fact that I have been touring for like the past 5 years, almost straight. But I guess to push back. Yeah yeah, sure. You have had time to see it. Am I gonna go out of my way to watch the sequel? I'm just not. Like, okay. Go out of your way as if some gotcha journalism man. Mike has showed up outside my apartment with a full news team being like, spent your fault the movie's been out for four years. What's your excuse? I had to hold a press conference at town hall. Listen, I want to address the allegations about the fact that I have not yet seen The Incredibles too. First and foremost, I would never do anything to besmirch The Incredibles franchise. I want the insight, you know? I feel like okay, here, we can let's backtrack. How can you possibly fall back on the excuse that like, oh, I just haven't gotten around to it. You're right. It seems like you have a really complicated feelings around being dash. Yes. It seems to me like it's kind of a cursed. I have so much guilt in admitting to that. Watching Incredibles to take something off your shoulders. You're no longer dash. Someone else's dash. That feels like now this is fully no longer a part of your life. Do you know anything about the kid they cast? I know that his name is huck Milner. I don't know much else about him. On one hand, you have been tormented by this thing that defined you at a very young age. And on the other hand, may be part of the reason that you haven't watched Incredibles two is because you're not ready to give it up. 100%. It's almost like watching someone you really care about just move on and prosper. Do you feel that dash has been taken from you? Some part of me feels as though I am having something taken from me. The one thing that I did know about the sequel is that it takes place directly after the first movie. And maybe that triggers the gut reaction of being like, keep me away from this thing. It's so close to home. I think if there was more fictional space and narrative space between the first and second movie, I would maybe have more comfort in the fact that I was not cast, but this is all it all sounds so silly because it's like no you weren't cast. You are now 27 and the character is 11. But your dash, I was, but I'm saying it's not crazy to identify with that. It just feels crazy to me because I feel like I've been trying my entire life to be like, oh, I'm better than this. I don't need to be defined by this. And now, second movie comes out. And I'm like, I can't look at it. But I think that's the truth behind any strong attachment that you retained during your adult life is there's always going to be these conflicting emotions about how far it drifts away from you and the question of how much control do you have over this relationship? And the one bit of control that you've had, it's just not watching the movie. Absolutely. So should we watch it? Let's watch The Incredibles two. We put on the movie. As super villains continue to threaten mankind, The Incredibles family struggle to find their place in a world that doesn't seem to want their help. We want to fight bad guys. No, you don't. That from now on. So now we've got to go back to never using our power. It defines who I am. We're not saying you have. What? Someone on TV said. Superheroes are illegal. This is just funny watching this movie. How so? It's just crazy. All of this imagery and all of these things are so weirdly tied to my experiences in life. It's like seeing family photos that you're not in or something. I wish I could say the movie moved Spencer to tears or provoked deep disgust or something dramatic like that. But this is a Pixar movie. It's built on emotional conflicts that set up satisfying character arcs with slapstick hijinks for comedic relief, leading to a carefully paced action packed crescendo and a heartwarming ending. It was great. Really? Super funny. It was so fun. What could you say wrong about that? That lovely film. Besides that. There's like some little bit of magic that was definitely there in the first one that I just for some reason wasn't in the sequel. What did you think of dash? I think that huck Milner crushed it. Did an amazing job. It's silly that it's taken me this long. Straight up silly. Before we started the movie, I told Spencer, I had a surprise for him when it finished. So I reached out to huck Milner. I knew I knew it. And I asked him if he would be willing to talk to you and he was like, yeah, he really wants to talk to you. Oh my God. I would love to talk to hug Milner. A couple weeks later, I get them both on the phone. It is nice to finally meet you, man. Yeah, nice to meet you too. At first, it was a bit awkward, so as an icebreaker, I had Spencer tell the story of Brad bird making him run all those laps around Pixar studios. Well, that kind of happened to me too. No, except I kind of decided to run around the studio. It was your choice. Well, during a lunch break, I just decided that I wanted to get more into the role or whatever. Oh my God, I just ran around the studio once. I remember that day I think I was wearing like an actual dash costume. Oh my God, well, I applaud your dedication to the role man. How do you have any heroes? Are there any factors that you really look up to? Well, I definitely look up to Samuel Jackson and I looked up to Spencer Fox a lot when I was like 5 or 6 because I remember watching the movie a lot and a lot. Oh my God. That's wild. What was your audition like? Well, what I did was I did first an MP3 audition. And I actually listened to Spencer Fox in the movie like a billion times in the forehand because I wanted to get it completely correct. Yeah. My mom just found the original audio of me trying to imitate you. No way. We have to. Oh my God, yes, please. My name is huckleberry officer Milner. Dash. Can somebody say fast? Fast is my middle name. We gotta get you, we gotta get you two together in real life. That's so true. That'd be cool. Post pandemic we're going Bolin. After the huck meeting, I.

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"dash" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on On The Media

"This week on the experiment, Emma green dives into the U.S. abortion debate, but the story of one woman who thought she had a clear idea of what she believed until she got pregnant herself. I was almost meant that I was going to have to choose life. Listen, wherever you get podcasts. Listener supported WNYC studios. This is on the media's midweek podcast. I'm Brooke gladstone. Last year at this time, 9 months into the pandemic, many of us kept apart from one another, missing out on all the gathering, yam eating, relative screaming football watching and other holiday inspired habits of Thanksgiving. Not this year. Now, vax, then tested, maybe even boosted, we gather once more. Like a bunch of gosh darn superheroes. What? Where's my super suit? What? Yeah. Just my super suit. And so, for this very special Thanksgiving edition podcast extra, where re airing the story of a lovable, dysfunctional family full of superheroes. National Robert parr, you are an incredibly competitive boy. You always say, do your best, but you don't really mean it. Why can't I do the best I can do? Back in 2005, the Academy Award winning animated Pixar film, The Incredibles enthralled moviegoers, with its campy 60s noir aesthetic. Its nuanced portrayal of family gender roles, and its memorable cast of superheroes. And one of those superheroes, the gifted son named dash, was played by a real-life kid. The former child actor Spencer Fox, who's been trying to outrun his own brush with superheroism ever since. On the media correspondent Michael lowinger as the story. When I met Spencer almost a decade ago, I was told by a mutual friend to not bring up The Incredibles. But I did. The audition was crazy. They said, if you have any fun voices or impressions, you're welcome to do them. And so I did an impression of my grandpa, just being like, just like all Jewish man, you always talked about his time in the army, the silver eagle. I guess it's like nickname in the army. It was like the silver eagle. And they reacted very strongly. Huge stomach laughter, like the hands up in the air, like, he gets the gig and Pixar flies ten year old Spencer and his mom out to its San Francisco studio. A quirk of animated filmmaking is that you don't often get to record with the other actors. So Spencer taped the dash parts in a handful of intense one on one sessions. I was in the studio with Brad bird, the entire time. Dash doesn't have a ton of dialog, but Spencer in the director spent hours perfecting his performance. Like one scene where dash is chased through the jungle by two killer drones. The whole thing was like, you need to sound like you're out of breath. You need to sound like you've been sprinting. And I tried my darndest to act that, but my experience as an actor was very limited. Brad bird was like, this ain't it. So he has Spencer run four laps outside around the Pixar studios complex. He did the first two laps with me. I did the second two laps by myself. It was all laughter, the entire time. Like he was like cheering me up. Come on, you can do it. We're almost done. And like I remember doing the last lap, and instead of taking a break, you know, taking a sip of water, I ran back into the vocal booth. Put that one on and went directly into reading the lines. In another scene, dash has sent to the principal's office for putting attack on his teacher's seat. He's nearly caught using his super speed, which is supposed to be a secret. Dash. This is the third time this year you've been sent to the office. We need to find a better outlet. Maybe I could let me go up for sports. Honey, you know why we can't do that? I promise I'm slow up. I'll only be the best by a tiny bit. I'm honey. The world just wants us to fit in and to fit in. We just gotta be like everybody else. Navigating the fear that others will judge or punish us for what makes us unique is a core theme in The Incredibles franchise. And one that would actually surface and Spencer's real life, beginning in 2004. The Incredibles is one of the most praised and profitable movies of the year. Spencer walks the red carpet, he goes on Conan O'Brien, there are dash toys in happy meals at McDonald's. And then he returns to regular life as a student in New York. People were mean to me. Really? I remember there was a day where at recess I was chased around by bullies while they were screaming incredibly fat. That's so mean. And then that sort of like later just morphed into kids just being like, what's good dash? You're gonna run away using it as an insult. But I just remember being like, why do I have to feel bad about this? And so that kind of like developed this weird gut reaction inside of me. I just sort of like associated it as like a negative part of my life. Around age 14, Spencer had to make a big decision. He was outgrowing kids roles, and once you go through puberty, it's so much harder to get work. Because casting agents tend to prefer adults who look and sound like teenagers. So my agents were just like, if you want to keep doing this, if you need to work like four times as hard, you need to probably not be in real school. Change your life completely and dedicated to acting. And I was like, I do not want to do that. Why didn't you want to do it? I think that was right when I started developing other interests. When I got into music, I was not an actor. He was playing guitar in a band, he read literature. He grew up. But even as a college student, dash followed him, walking into a party and you meet someone. And they're like, oh, you're dash. You could be like, I actually know how to fly a plane, and I just shot someone and they died. And they'd be like, cool, so like, did you meet Samuel Jackson? And that makes you feel like you don't have a lot of agency over your own life. Meanwhile, his indie pop band Charlie bliss was attracting press. They were racking up millions of streams on Spotify. And in 2017, they started touring the world. I'm in England. We've just released our second record. It feels amazing. Here's this great sold out show in Manchester. And in between songs, people have screamed like gosh. Why are you screaming that at me right now? Yeah. Here's this entirely different creative endeavor that I've been embarking on for a full decade now. And I'm still being defined by this thing that I did when I was ten years old. Before I began interviewing Spencer for this story, I didn't know anything about the bullying or the heckling. Now I understand that his caging Ness was more than a fear of being pigeonholed as the dash guy. It was about protecting himself from the nagging fear that maybe he'd peaked young. Though we didn't start talking about any of this until. A sequel to The Incredibles is finally on its way and Disney has officially announced the.

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"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

"And they have basically the next era the next decade of the rummaging frontline locked unstoppable frontier condo. Anything with that. I mean. I still think it. Kind of writes off benza. A year early. I actually do. Is she think. Ben simmons the contemplate who could drop into a second strike a roll around whole and he's got the he's he's tactically until he's not from without yet he's not from. Yeah yeah yeah ben. Some of the ultimate shift worker as for what he can just plug them in anywhere in that front line and he'll make stuff happen like he'll he can work with multiple partners midfield-attack he doesn't really young show doesn't mind yup. I'm so i never really thought it was ever gonna happen. I think the from aerobics perspective. If you think it's all about optics. Isn't it like the whole thing from a. But if i think that makes messy signing so powerful as to play frontline of messy naima combat pay. Maybe plus one more. I think real madrid of asli. They've done the whole thing wilfred money we wanted. Gee we want as you want to go the next season anyway. Like it's january light. You can sign a pre contract in january and everyone kind of looks like they came out of this. Preemptive resisted rumoured tried. He'll probably end up that next day. Safer route they saw. It's like is this. A war games is i- sabre-rattling but firing missiles into like an ungodly stretch of water to the show. You can sabre-rattling that's it. I had a question from bolts slugger about this this. Psg tending on two hundred million plus for a player. That's leaving in ten months. Lend little credibility to the idea that the was among other things the only hope to rein in spending from the state owned clubs. I don't think that was downsized Fight top-five money with money. You probably can't actually. That's the way that bus bus co founder bonfire with gasoline. You con as a fair question question. Absolutely and i get why people would suggest that it was only to save fucking fifteen twenty clubs if going new full has an issue with her and i think we said at the time when we doing the super league stuff is that some of the decision making.

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"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Osman my my dream scenarios a absolutely kills on loan and comes back and stays because that's why one i thought i was a bit when someone goes out on loan at twenty six is beginning of the end isn't Or twenty nine twenty six stones. Yeah but they replaced him or they awesome signed. Did sign another right back from bologna. It was quite a canal. A no way sixty million pounds around twenty million euros takahiro tomoyasu from bologna is a really good piece. That they'll cost road because costa part of one football and scouted football He good pace off blog about him and whilst admittedly didn't wash every single baloney bama season. I have seen him a little bit. I did a little bit more reading. Read fills pace as well and and watched a few more videos about him and he does look quite an interesting signing for us nicely. So gary neville talking on skysports about how awesome strategy was all over the place and i was just like we talk about also strategies. Is the one par. The yes the only thing that actually makes sense by. I had a chat with a friend about this. Actually but they need to do is whoever whoever is in that. Transfer room has vega able. They're doing to get them more responsive at right finally there are actually seems like after three or four years maybe even five of arsenal signing rarely mixed bag of profile and type of player. It finally looks like they're kind of unable. I think i don't think they signed a player over twenty three this season and they've cleared. How older players as well. Honesty willion Agreed to concerts. Come shots go. Two corinthians just a nice touch as well took a lot shit without obviously never delivered at the level. The awesome funds would have expected. But so so you know. He's not like he just went there to take the money he to play didn't know assured he didn't apply they call clean grady because that is a player that balanced when they realize things at work in a professional people. Forget the load of players. All of the development of players are professional proud. You want to do a job. And it wasn't working four minutes to his credit and some like well well. He didn't know he counseled lost. The contract talks about thome yasser. That was some really interesting things that i found in. Phil's piece about the statistical element and missouri's quite big due to. I saw tire poularize thing about being sceptical of toll. Fullbacks really funny. But he wins three point five aerial gills for ninety which leaves him in the nineteen ninety percent. Telephone pobox while jumping over the eighty fifth percentile. If you write him against center box he can play right back centre. Back his distant midfield he's even played left-back. He's quite versatile. He's quite good with the boys by draper dribbler imposter at the bowl quote from a high rich and there he said in in any emergency he would be my first contact. Told me gives us full commitment in every in every position we kind ask for more. And i think that's a really really interesting signing now. A lot of people being like well why acquire also signing apply from bologna when no one else really went off to him the no one really saying about like leicester's recruiting and scouring maybe also good great scouting. God forbid god forbid someone also knows with the doing. I'm sorry this really hope someone else does. Not while they're doing what is become well. I just have to say this. And i'm not even an oslo fan but it's just very easy to costlo. I'm gonna turn everything into batta. Think it's kind of childish notes. Publiz is fun. But it's like it's kind of ridiculous you've oaten motto. Otago won the font playmakers regeneration. Vote and ben white fantastic defender globes. Actually those are right and you got congress. Well all you will be is basically. He's not a lot of people. Like i can't believe osma spent over twenty five million pounds of backup goalkeeper. He's going to be number one next season. I think when goldsmith vesting in the future. Oh my goodness awesome in people. Don't accept it because it's not fun. Took set a cop. That's been dysfunctional for wall is doing things right. We had united the signing of light rafael. Barron whoever was involved in that whoever was central to that decision making me responsibility and this is my thing. I was talking to eat about this earlier. In the thing is any huge institution with his passionately institution genuine passion. The right people already already work into the middle seen enough of the right people that maybe in the boot room. They may be like in the operations department but the in the organization and your trick is your job is to find them trace back all the best decisions that happen in.

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"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Stop them from being that. But he was under detrick. Till something really quite exciting just genuinely wonderful human being. That's when he left the primary. Just leave oslo. He left the premise. Can he stood for so many great things you know his stance you know his thoughts on women's rights all environmental issues all his those well about better in his his curiosity Starting a podcast when people talk things not caring about being perceived doing his fashion not carrying people always i i fully. He will look back at what he did. I think his legacy. She's a big word but what better in stood. Fool off the pitch as well as on it. I think is quite special. I make sense as a heck bellowing fine. I hope he does well. And you know there are worse. Places to go golden seville to play football. Bettez wonderful football club and they could do the right buck so i think it's gonna be a really fun. Move him as an awesome found him absolutely devastated by this. Because i don't think hector's anywhere near as bad as the number of people who've made him out to bear with. Alaska is if you look off before transfer deadline day. I still think he's the best back in the same in the squad. I don't really think it was close actually from being on my opinion now. I also think that he was nailed onto Clapton for fans. I think it would have been great to have a captain Football club and he would have really loved that honor as well. And i think he's just been. I have no insight into but i think he should've been fucked around basically and i don't think i i get the impression he wasn't very happy with things. How things regarding to. Osman my my dream scenarios a absolutely kills on loan and comes back and stays because that's why one i thought i was a bit when.

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"dash" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"She's on twitter at. Amy dash tv. Amy good morning. What's happened more than morning. Guys are we get. I really really agree with what rob just that. I think that was an excellent analysis shop. I'm done for the night night. Everybody you went from a shoe salesman a few minutes ago and now it's all legal advice. You give disagree what happens when this is what happens. Amy when you watch perry mason every day for fifty years. Because i'm still watching perry mason contributors over league of justice dot com. So anytime you want to hop on there and write your opinion. Please let me know all right into this stuff and now you got a new job. I know i need another job jason. A- you're not busy enough. Aren't amy so take us through here. We saw the results of what happened yesterday. With with trevor bauer. What's your big takeaway from the restraining order being lifted against him. Well i think who is absolutely appropriate thing to do from a legal perspective. Because in order to get a restraining order you have to have a close relationship with the person that that you're trying to get it again so that has to be a spouse or you have to be dating them or it has to be a family member. These people had sex on two occasions so really. It wasn't an appropriate thing to do. Unless you could show that there was a long standing relationship and think about it when you're trying to get a restraining order you're showing that somebody's pursuing our stocking you for a while so she just wasn't able to meet that burden of proof that there was actually a dating relationship and that he was a threat to her. And if you looked at the text messages of after everything occurred you would see that. Bauer was calling her but he was just asking. You know how she was doing was trying to bring her groceries and do other things whether it was genuine or not or he was just trying to do damage control. That's another story but there was no showing up at her residence harassing her threatening her. So i think that was the right decision. Where it comes into play for him is that there was an additional judicial opinion. That said that the judge did not find that he did anything that she objected to know. Not objecting to something is not the same as consenting to it but that would still be in his favor and he can now use that if there were to be subsequent criminal case. Look this is the thing that i disagree with the judge. If she was unconscious during this how in the world could she object if she was already passed out. And you need a line degree. Yes so he would win that argument. I mean you're thinking like a lawyer. Now you're now arguing against what the judges saying. And you're you're making an argument for your stance you're saying you're wrong and you're wrong because she was unconscious and you can't consent when you're unconscious and conscious and i should say you're exactly right like if i were on the jury i would agree with you over the judge. So amy as as this now goes forward. Was this a this if you talk about good and bad days for for either side right and that's kind of how how we do it. Here it was yesterday was seemed like it was a good day for trevor. Bauer with this. Does this have any application in either baseball's investigation or in the pasadena police investigation. I think it does more so in the pasadena. Police investigation his judicial opinions. Carry a lot of weight. I think with. Mlb as rob was saying you know. They are very strict with this kind of stuff and they've established a standard of tolerance very different from the nfl..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"From fighting be almost see. The cameras. All messed up paying knocking each other out our listeners. Get onto game releases please john. Jay time for the release game released man so we got big is in spanish and translation. Been i love it. I love it big in the to chat there so for my game. Release of the week is a game. I never played but always had the guilty pleasure of playing. Is my man leisure suit. Larry and the title of the new games tattle is wet dreams dry twice so just let that sink in the brain for a second wet dreams dry twice. So is an adventure game really. I didn't know that developed by german studio crazy but crazy germans over there. They're having fun. That's what they're doing here and published by simple entertainment and microsoft windows and is on mac s at the latest entry of leisure. Suit larry. This has been around since i was in college. So since the mid nineties nineteen ninety-five. I remember seeing the first game. So yeah this is interesting and fun game Which is this work like. Can i do a little research hours. It's not safe for work too late your ladies to goodwill so we catch larry so larry laffer is the main protagonists and the game is directed sequel of leisure suit larry wet dreams. Don't dry follows. Larry s s the night. His relationship with a girl named faith the woman he fell in love with and loss s and follows and lost during his wet dreams. Don't dry a game. So the microsoft windows and mac os version released They did it back and they released it last year in october. But they're releasing it this exc- yesterday on tinder switch a playstation four xbox one it is out came out yesterday. Saw this on a switch. Nintendo agreed to this game is whites. Are you kidding me. Do you know the first incarnation of this game came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven really. I'm not saying it for a long time. I thought it was just college. But wow nineteen eighty seven. I was ten years ago then. Called leisure suit larry in the land of the lounge lizards..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Can't wait. let's go roll. Roll row row. Your boat jen lee Sorry excuse me it's time for what's on stream. Hey man i'm so high for this one off so high because my good friend and packer fan movie. Big time movie director. He already put his foot. In justice. league does acts neider edition of justly the four hour addition which. It's all worth it. Now he has another movie coming out this friday. All my god i. This is going to be a good weekend. 'cause i love or movies and a lot of these actors in the cast list. I love these guys and girls. David batista is one. He is up his game since the first is a guardians of the galaxy. He has gotten funnier and and more entertaining as an actor from the rousing world. I i should have been a wrestler. Those the rock johnson and now david today they all be there. Great a actors in a in hollywood now. So that's what actually the dig. Is you think so. I should tell you. I'm a big wrestling fan. Went there s still time. Some people i got. Yeah so you don't want to go all the way on. That's a whole another tangent. We don't talk about this movie. That my men's zack. Snyder's dropping on. Friday is army of the debt is going to be in theaters and on net flicks low. If i'm a theater guy but a watch movies at home for year now. I'm definitely biased. To being at home. But there's movie like david batista ellie personnel or amari hardwick Big lists of actors and then one of my in and a guy. I had no list as he's a stuntman. And he's actually has an acting role of rich citron. Plays zeus and i think susan sambi one of the lease obvious and so if you remember back in two thousand eight two thousand seven two hundred. Six neither did Zombie movies in a day of the dead and these in his movie. The zombies or you know they're they're in shape and they're they're actually organized it can communicate to each other. They talk so you got zombies that are talking and they're not you know so they have brain activity is not just e e e is like all right. Listen organizers fight this used these guns so that's the type of battle that dave batista in his crew is coming up against in the army of the debt so a set place is actually shot in I guess i'm gonna give this kind of spoiler alert..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"If you're taking your top off sitting in a bikini you can literally take out your cell phone type in about five words and find a lot racier photos of things and people that aren't exactly and then on twitter. They've been it's been around for years. I've ever since twenty fifteen. I've been on twitch. I always do. Homework is research. Other streamers see why they're viewer count is so high. And sometimes i see young ladies in nothing but a halter top and if it's in the fine print then i can't play. Look i'm a guy. I can't benefit off that. I'll just i'm benefit off my talent or my sister humor. Whatever manala gaming like we're doing here You use what you can. And so that's what they're doing. So i like i said no. No no qualms against young ladies doing it But with the fine print you. If it's in there you gotta roll with it. You got it. You can't start did not paying somebody because of having to react to what's going on in the world what it sees at into not tell her she might finds out herself while strength and afterwards. That's the worst way to find out. That's what i'm saying. You put somebody but you don't know you the person that don't know but you find out from friend or the homeboy or you're watching tv and find out somebody. Like when i found out. I got traded to seattle. I was watching it actually. I was at my daughter. My oldest daughter's birthday. She was trying to five years old. My dad called me up and said son to be green bay. Packer i said what are you talking about that. You mesler mu. is this a joke. He's like nah turn. Espn right now. So i did turn. Espn is april of nineteen ninety nine I'm watching their trey. Wingo says this this this in mongering get traded to re to the green bay. Packers were fred. vincent and four fifth round conditional pick. I just talked. I talked to the team a month prior and he said i was going to have an opportunity to give ricky watters run for his money at a starting position running back so my head of that moment. I was a seahawk until that moment. So yeah you don't wanna find out. I you want to find out first-hand you don't wanna find out second third hand that does not rescue it doesn't leave. It tasted in the back of your throat. This is not good business there at our john. All right amman. You own any games with the our eighteen adult only or x ratings. I don't know if he wants to admit that. Aaron got theft auto auto is definitely bad. Okay well ebay ebays now talk about one or later. I'm talking talking about and i'm going to bring that up real quick ebay. Is banning the sale of adult video games starting in july. I didn't know there was an adult only like section of ebay until like lead today. But apparently there is really. Yeah and it's gonna prohibit to mature content across as the books comic books anime video games and this article from gamespot. It says this ban won't just apply to old copies of leisure suit. Larry which i know we're going to be talking about here and a little bit so this this whole thing made me but you can't sell adult themed video games on ebay anymore. Didn't even know how many there are. How many adult video games are they're all miss..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"It might be redundant but israel is that moment in life is like okay when you get. You know i've heard it. Because i play different sports. I heard it you get up to bat in those bases loaded No or is fourth quarter new down by two. I've heard it all but yet what are you gonna do in that moment. In when that time constantly yourself to be remembered for something or become successful in what you have goals set for yourself. What are you going to do in that. Moment comes up. Are you gonna. Are you gonna pause and freeze and not do not or you. Just want to let you know what i'm gonna go with it if i mess up so what i did it. I tried i try to hunt. I get one hundred percent effort into this so That's basically my set. You got here. But i know so might've been doing. I know what's the other word when you one hundred percent effort so if you didn't you try doing that and that's what a lot of people in call the you're doing right now into trying to go there go you eighteen. You ain't try so speaking of that in call it a war zone. Co-developer raven saw as revealed that over. So you cheating. i'm trying over. Five hundred thousand cheaters have been banned from the battle royale game. Oh well because they bid cheating. It's coming right. Johnson two thousand yes autumn madison correct at least so yup. So in recent tweets from the studio official on their official social media account ravens said that after batty banning over thirty thousand malicious account back on may thirty that brings the total number of basta over a half a million accounts. So if you go to twitter right now go to at raven sof a account many have over one hundred million or half a million a million have been shut down in of course of course from their responses other shutdown many responses to the tweet are complaining about the band's most of them insists that they are not doing nothing wrong and we're only banned because of unscrupulous player had hijacked. So they're their account got hijacked by somebody else because of what's been going on obviously that potentially be could be a case but ramos off you know activists and blizzard. They'd be like you know we gotta just. We gotta have zero tolerance across the board. In first hand. I remember.

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"It's going to be mario and he got a nice up. A dose up moves in super smash moves you can do the throws and all that stuff he gets. You is good but sometimes because you can get a little out of control and he'll zip off the wall. That was the one. I was pushed too early when i started playing. It was tickets. You For that reason he had those moves. But obviously you. If you didn't ought to play it'll be out of. He was out of control killing us. Or did you fall off. The map is like you know the superheroes when they if the superpowers for the first time for sure as lucas logistic day as i got a message myself up. That's that was my thing. I had to get off him. Asef but bathrooms are good ones. Who will now be in the new game. I think is. I can't remember which version it is but the one that came out on the we you that's the one i've been playing lately and i like shock. I think his name is. He has a sword he can reverse moves and might create a mere to where whatever you do kinda inflates the damage on you. I've seen i'm planning avenue. Used him yet. But i'm not talking about. Yeah he's a he's dope. I like a lot him or warrior. Oreos okay yup see byles hauser's powerful. He can end up. You can have. If you're finding is bowser your damage at ninety. You can not and you he can you. When you're at nine hundred usually you could be. You have to be over one hundred damage over one hundred and fifty damage before to get knocked out on knockout out of the ring. A he'll knock you out with not my gap. I'm like they both do that. They'll do this low move where they can pick you up and jump off the board a little bit and then throw you in back the deal. Yes i was speaking of that move. I was watching a high school playoff match Here in wisconsin and one of the players had don't you call and they saw he had one stock. The opponent had stock left. He had to stocks left. Now he just gotta. Johnny grabbed him and and jumped off with them and went off the mat and took the win. I'm like that's smart. That's the bill belichick stuff right there. Like let's let's let's take a safety in us so we don't have..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"It's a really think about it that way. I look at it for myself to like. I was only thinking about football baseball. You know i wasn't thinking about. And then when i thought about football best the rising get the longevity side of knew about it but it didn't really hit me like this right for you to to do with it. Yes you're literally. I don't even want to call it second nature like that's i nature for you. You know what i mean. The thing is that you do is something. That's a part of you. That's who you are so right. I can understand that you appreciate that. But i like i said for you all. I really sat down. Wait all your options and looked at laid it out and said like what can i basically you know. I'm already fascinating. Need to slow down. And i know One of atlanta. Rapper said this in a song longtime ago. Chris he said. Why don't you take it slow. Walk down a hill and get all you get everything. Get all the money. Or whatever he was missing in our that he spit But it was something like you know. Take your time way options because it is video game world business. I we've had guests on here have been part of big companies like twitch and stuff like that and we talk about you know the fast rise of a shout caster or eastwards appro and take your time because you have so many different outlets after lou being a eastwestberlin then once you're you know you could be extra peak at twenty or twenty five so you could be on the decline because just because you age out because the games is started so young. I mean started at five six years old. We we had a. We had a guest on here skeptic who was east for its pro at sixteen right now but he's been playing since he was eight. The oh so take your time. Make sure you got a nice gained glass before the thing you know before that when it might be over. It's not over because you're not at that level but also just a piggyback on that man like to me we're in we're in age of hybrid create something out of nothing. There's not just that just does managing things like a manager can also be your narc and also be your publicist. It can also be you know what i mean like. There's so many different things that you can tie into a job title so even in a twitch world or when you're gaming there's so many different avenues you can get into licensing in sinking music. Creating having people create a soundtrack for your stuff. And maybe do something like you said. You've never heard these rap lyrics. You got all these platinum plaques from things together and finding other ways to the jury as well. He's wondering what i'm saying. So there's just so many different ways to tap into different different avenues and different revenue streams and create new platforms for people to Merced things they left to do so. That's utah martha music. Side there with the video game size the same thing you could be eastwards. Could be shout caster or you can work behind the camera. Work on audiovisual. So that's what i let my. My players noah lakeland say look this eastward thing is is one thing but then you could be this this and this is for other things you can do along with doing and some of them already. Do it already learn how to juggle all these different little tasks and that's something that we are doing here. A lot of us you know. Been in john. They got other jobs that they end up juggling along with this podcast. But that's the beauty of a platform. Mike which platform like spotify and other foreign help musicians like yourself. Get your lyrics out there. Get your bars out there..

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"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"dash" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"If you need it girl you can come to any one of our house with i eighty. I'm already on number. Got female dogs in the girlfriend as well. So i'm man. Yeah you on your way. You started off on the wrong foot. Did you say that i'll say in the future. What you get to that point. just me. Boys are the easiest to start off with from the from age of walking and talking to when they start shooting hoops hanging out spinning night over france house. When you get on a boy if the boy messes up they know they messed up. And there's no they'll just succumb to whatever that punishment is but a girl when a girl trouble this is where the negotiation skills and if they already walking and talking so that means if they could put a full sentence together you in trouble. I just i just know this because between my daughters my daughters this i had a brady bunch. So i have my two daughters and in my had two stepdaughters and one of my stepdaughter's and in both of my two daughters had a mouthpiece on them that means they could talk. That means when they got in trouble. Mommy and my mom. Don't make it in this right here. They get that they do acid in doing that. Mommy don't make me do that. I'm like oh we now. That mom's house we got. This is my house you know or you know. I'm okay i got to know my boundaries. I'm that dead. You know. So i can only do so much but i'm gonna do this. I say this is part of the easy part. You know what you could go talk to your mom i go. Do that. stepdaughters talk to your momma. Is you sound right there. But they were good. Most of its overall stepdaughters. Really good down into much run their mouth but every now and then one would get going. Hey you gotta go talk to you guys. Yeah we do that biological gone. Go on the other room. So patients is the key though that is the key is patient so So talking to margate meals so we may we meet down in atlanta couple months ago and i went onto. Saw your name on the list along with big creek. I was like okay. I gotta find out what remember at first question i asked you. Have you been putting in work on its to have you been playing. Have you been played that like. I just started playing like two days before that tournament. then show it did show. I'll say that you know the game. The big game itself doesn't change too much besides like the shooting or what they're adding to the game so once you know how to play and i grew up playing basketball you know same thing with madden football. I'm sure you're going to be tough competition because you know what you're doing out there. You know how to read that type of thing so the instincts kick in almost. Did fumbled the ball. A little bit in basketball terms meaning dropping. The you know losing a game or whatever right right. We ended up pulling it out. So i'll take that. Yeah yeah so so you take when you started playing so when was that. What was that aid for you. Because i know you did a lot..

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"dash" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"dash" Discussed on KCRW

"Dash X, says Chinese scientists look for Corona virus all over the market, especially on large furs in packages. It is good, but in search of what What they found were coronavirus on the packages of food and in a few cases inside the package, suggesting it was where the food was packed. But Dash X says no one knows exactly how the virus got into this book Packaging. Was it somebody who packed the frozen food? Somebody on the dock that received it was it in the seafood itself, He says The Chinese believe frozen shipments like this have caused several outbreaks in China in the past year. So now the W H o team is looking to see if that could also be the source of that very first outbreak last January at a seafood market in Wuhan. It was a secret market was definitely frozen, and she'll fade there. But there was a lot else going on as well. So all that's gonna get looked up in what they find, he says. Well, hopefully provide clues to the origin of SARS cov too. Now I know this all sounds a bit scary, and it goes against what scientists have been telling us for a few months. Now that you get covert from the air, and you don't need to wipe down food packages. So what gives Emanuel Goldman is a microbiologist at Rutgers, New Jersey Medical School. First off, he says the case is in China were linked to industrial shipments of frozen food shipments off Doc's. This is a specific environment, and one very different from those irregular consumer would be in This is not your individually packaged frozen food you find at the grocery store. They haven't had any reports of consumers even suspicion of consumers being infected by this route in second, even under these very specific conditions with industrial scale shipping, Goldman says transmission through this route is incredibly rare. So rare is to be Of negligible importance in the real world to most people, and so do you think this is something that like just could happen, But it's like you'd be more likely to win the lottery. That's that's a pretty good analogy. It's very unlikely that you would get anything coming from from food. This virus you we get by breathing. It's so Goldman says the original advice stands. You don't need to wipe down your frozen pizza box. Or wear gloves. When you go to buy frozen fish sticks, my clean Do Clough NPR news This'll is NPR news. It's 7 19 on KCRW. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Now SAG, nominated for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture and starring Golden Globe in SAG Nominees Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman awards eligible Public schools in many parts of California are looking at ways to safely reopened. Meanwhile, in Orange County, Florida, more than half of all public school students are back in class. Coming up, you'll hear from the district superintendent there about the challenges they faced and the lessons they've learned since reopening last summer. Support comes from Pacific Neuroscience.

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