8 Burst results for "Delta Interesting"
"delta interesting" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"In how everyone is a little bit like her. And including myself like the feeling of being an outsider and wanting to belong to something and feeling like there's something blocking you from being a participant so some even the obsessive kind of station that she has on the spanish land wanting to be part of that in thinking they're the most amazing thing in the world. I was interested in how we are all a tiny bit similar to her more than i was interested in what her diagnosis might be. Well it's it's so interesting the straub family the family that she becomes very attached to day to her. They're like all of us there. There are layers. You peel away the onion skin and you see what's underneath the veneer and it's not all that the publicity stills are telling us about these people and that's that's real life let's talk about the family because it's a two way street you've got delta dawn what's that flow you've got delta dawn as the as the main protagonists but then you've got this family that she has to work with and in the story works great Talk a little bit about this family. Unit husband wife and one daughter right well so as i was writing it became pretty clear to me that i did not want it to be a wanted. The crowds to play their own role in there in whatever happens to them. I didn't want it to be that. They were victims of delta and delta was the bad guy in any sort of fear way there is a bad guy and my hope would be people understand delta at least a little bit and connects to her and also and france. Have so many things that you know. They're very arrogant. You're kind of entitled. They are not great parents and so there is an opening for delta to kind of comment and bidet person who confides with their daughter. and who's there for her daughter and an so million fritz look beautiful in glossy and shiny. But there's a lot of unpleasantness underneath that service and it's so carefully drawn by you because times we fear people at times we respect them. At times we feel for them so keeps the reader off balance which is more fun quite frankly. Yeah no i. I i. I won't spoil it again. I keep saying that but The ending left me kind of happy. As a matter of fact. And i'm sure some people some people might find it Totally distressing but there was something some cosmic justice that i felt and it may just be me. I don't know. I don't know but that's isn't that the goal of a of a novelist wants to have have fun along the way and think and feel yeah. I think that is the goal i wanted. I wanted exactly what you're staying. Which is i didn't want any. I wanted the meter to be off balance in terms of. Were they rooting. Or and who'd where their loyalties lie and what's right and what's not right and who's behaving really badly in. Who's not i think natalie. The little girl is the one who clearly has done nothing wrong and she's innocent and she is a victim though i wouldn't want i didn't want her to behave like a victim. But virtue of being child she is so. I hope the reader cares for her. We do and we also feel. We'd want her on our team. She's very smart. Kids are often more aware than we give them credit for. Would you agree yes. I have two kids a ten year old girl in an eight year old boy and they're very very sharp end. You can't pull the wool over. There is not for a second. So i did think about this eleven year old girl is she's there's an innocence but she also knows exactly what's going on more much more so than her parents do. He's lear on he sees through delta early on. She kind of gets dealt not to say that she doesn't like delta. She does but she understands much more about this. These dynamics and her parents actually do yes. So and there is the the temptation that i think any one of us would have. If we're in a an estate like the one the strobes have with all the trappings. Do you know. You're sitting there babysitting a young child and the child's asleep you walk into the kitchen and you get a little curious. Pull up in a draw to how many of us have not thought about that. She takes it to a whole new extreme. Of course it's very relatable is what well it won't hurt like she doesn't have a sensor she what she doesn't know how to act when she's in a room with people and having a conversation she's sort of perfected fat when noah noses around. She doesn't at it her deepest darkest impulse. Just that's what. I wanted to see her out of her. Those are fascinating people and we all know somebody like that. They put on a great front. And then you get to know them a little better and he realized woo. There's some stuff bubbling under the surface. But that's what makes character like delta interesting. i mean any so. I'm glad they thinks does. The data is lying to herself. I mean she's very start in all but she is throughout. She's lying to herself but so are melia and fritz. They're all announced one of the things. I was interested in exploring like everyone someone who lies to solve and then is able to convince themselves of the new reality and completely leaves new reality. So that if you can't have an argument about it because they've convinced themselves that the line is the truth. You have an extensive background experience in writing publishing and so forth A structural question. If if i may I've talked with thousands of authors literally and all kinds and when i talked to novelist i'm always curious to the process and in something like this which is so finely threaded in terms of psychology. If somebody says something in chapter three it might reflect something that happens in chapter eight because it is so subtle is more challenging to do that than it would be the right sort of an adventure thriller yarn. Where good guys. Bad guys tell me. The process for this book is that. I did not plotted out. I just like let myself get into the had a delta dawn and see where she would go and follow her voice. A really didn't decide what was going to happen When tom was like maybe three quarters of the way through then i looked at it and saw vile possible ways this end up going but for the most part i've followed delta's voice for this particular book. I think it was the right thing for me to do because that was what i was mostly interested in. I was mostly interested in her psychology. And you're also an actor you've done some acting in theatre obviously and does that make it easier for you to write a book like this thinking how would act out if.
"delta interesting" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
"If you look at some of the regional polling like some of the stuff in the upper midwest was pretty good. Some of the upset in the upper midwest was terrible. Right in minnesota was was was pretty good. You know let's not forget washington post. Abc good pollsters. Right ed wisconsin seventeen. Maybe maybe they maybe they thought they were watching. Badgers football game and not like a poll. But i don't know. But i think we've somebody's got to figure out what in the world's going on with it because quite frankly david when you read me these numbers in the exit poll. You might as well be reading me. Tomorrow's lottery numbers. I just don't have any real faith that we know. I think i don't have a good sense of this election for a few months until there's a lot more analysis done of kind of what really happened and who really voted. Because i just i'm not going to believe you know murphy. Got suckered into believe believing all that stuff He made and so you know. I don't wanna get gullible in these I do have tomorrow's lottery numbers here by the way. Let me get them to. This would be the cook county lottery. I would say to. I mean i hope that at some point you know. I mean look and you'll point this out. I'll get it before you do. I did send you a lot of polls when they came out but yeah but and we talked about a lot of polls on the phone every day but man. We've got to have a presidential election where it isn't just a coverage of the polls each day because it just agree you don't learn anything except we say that every four years. How about exit. Polls can we talk about those. Yeah but first altogether. hello iowa one-two-three apologies and is semi out. That night i was very sorry. Almost immediately Very few is right right on it in iowa. We we we were we were. We were wrong. And she's still. She's still gold standard of iowa polling and celtic. Got it right. That turned out to be not a close race. Did anybody pick of the three d. We none of us picked. I no no no no that i would have had a very very good record. But for following murphy. Yeah yeah yeah north carolina. Don't worry acts. i'm working florida it's in. We've we've overcome this obama problem in miami. Why are there So but north carolina that was a look the shockers were susan collins who defied everything of normalcy in in polling in st panel. That if you really close to your state and if you know especially small state. I relate outs matter. He was looking good there. And tell us at real trouble. But north carolina across the board. Kinda was another one where the data was wrong. In it it hiccup back the other way. Probably a huge role turn out. Yeah so just before you go too. Far down the road on it relates to the You know To the polling we We all expected a jain. Ormuz gender gap. There was a big gender gap but it was no bigger than four years ago. It was thirteen points. We didn't i didn't necessarily see men basically even which is what the exit poll had. Now let's think about this for a second. That can't be right if well if women were up. Thirteen men can't be even or biden. Would've won by there. Were more women voting than men. I think the thing to do is we got you know. Send some whiskey. Door friends at edison and who are who are listeners. By the way. Hi gang at edison And re wait the exit polls to reality and then we're going to know what happened. Yeah so ira Because on this polling on this polling issue before the election in white non college women were thirty nine percent for biden sixty for trump that is improvement over four years ago. when I think hillary got twenty seven. I it was a six point improvement but it wasn't the kind of gigantic improvement that some of the polls predicted so the the notion of a shy trump voter which is the term that pollsters have developed. People who were for trumpet. Didn't want tell poster they were for trump. Maybe there's some to it. Yeah i think so. Is that initiative. Delta's interesting to me. Yeah you know because you don't you don't get in a fight with anybody over where you aren't proposal j yeah. I was infuriated by proposal. Jay but into a fight over prop twenty eight the other day. Maybe we get rob farm in edison. After they've waited that might be a good conversation to have consists is an interesting electorate that gave us response. Well it interesting that after the polling mistakes of twenty sixteen and and all the thought that went into recalibrating them. It's likely you up four or five percent that we've got a pulling error at least equal to what we had in twenty sixteen if not slightly greater and so usually you can talk. You know you. that'd be a four four percent on both the national and the state. I mean at least last time the national stuff was pretty close and then the terribly bad state polling wasn't nearly as good. I think there's clearly a big problem that somebody's gotta figure out just to be clear. You know the the famed pollsters that were going to look at and find the trump voters. They didn't do too. well either. You know one other footnote on this polling thing. I think were move on to the future. At usc center for the political future. Check us out online. We did this big panel back poll and you know we had a ten points. My our friend. Bob shrum was you know couldn't have been happier. I thought oh. I've got this figured out. It's only seven points while we did an experimental thing where some scientists from europe or over at our institute. And i would name them but i would mangle their names but they did the social circle thing like what are your friends talking about. Who do you think. They're vote for blah blah. They had a four four and a half. The four point eight point race much tighter I think there's a future in some of that too. it's interesting we published it. All people can take a look murphy. How meeting listen to them. When you're making your predictions shrimp called me. All worked up and said you believe it. They just put out a press. Release four point. Some biden online too But now that we now we're looking at it at there. There may be some but you also don't know post trump if everything calms down a little if that problem will start to melt away. There's a lot of problems that are going to start to melt away now. He's got brother. Well let's talk about that. Let's talk about it because first of all incredible seen The race was called this morning. Just this outpouring of people into the streets and look. I think one of the things that happened in this race is that as trump became meaner and more dislike -able to a lot of folks biden became more likable. And i think there is you know. He ended up with a favourable rating from voters. They liked him him. And i have no doubt.
"delta interesting" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That's what we'll do it. No Mass in Sweden. How come they're not dying in droves? Alex. You blast barriers How come you can be on an airplane without a mask? A couple of inches away from people total strangers. But you can't eat in a restaurant, 6 10 ft, away from another table. Why Cause we are in the age of the irrational. That's why Reason has no place on the left. It's all emotion. Masks, the experts said. They're filling the middle seats. Is that right? Except Delta. Interesting people flying. That's right. You're closer. Even there's no restaurant. Even before this. You were never that close to a stranger in a restaurant. Of the few sat at the bar. He wanted to meet strangers. Uh, strangers. I'm a stranger lover. Get to talk to anybody now. It's supposed to be in the elevator for the 32nd Ryder. More than one of the person You'll die. Be a chances of dying if you're under 70. Your chances of not dying a 99.9 something. Lengthy nine point knowing so And for this, we're destroying the economy. Over 70. It's 95. If you don't have another condition, it's back close to 99. If they give people the proper care. Like immediately put them on a drug seek Laura Quinn and vitamin D and zinc. It would even be lower than Masks. That's his plan, folks. Everybody will be a national law on masks. Everywhere. Inside outside. That's right. That's right. It's not enough you take why should you take it off A million? Who did? What if a stranger walks into your bedroom? That's his plan Folks passed. Number four, please. Show a number four, please. So, folks, I will take care of this. I will end this. I will make sure we have a plan. That's it. You have a plan? He'll take care of it. Yes, he will take care of Joe Bond will take care of number five, please. We're about to go into a dark winter a dark winter and he has no clear plan and there's no prospect. That there's going to be a vaccine available for the majority of American people before the middle of next year ago. But he has a plan masks. This is really Living in a make believe world. Had someone made a movie of this, it would have been considered. Science fiction. Number six plays over soon, I say we're learning to live with it. We have no choice. We can't lock ourselves up in a basement like Joe does. He has thie? He has the ability to lock himself up. I don't know. He's obviously made a lot of money someplace. But he has this thing about living in a basement. People can't do that. By the way, I as the president couldn't do that. I'd love to put myself in the basement or in a beautiful room in the White House and go away for a year and a half until it disappears. I can't do that. He was so eloquent actually last night. That's what he's done. That's been his campaign. Hide from the media. Except the ones who will say, how are you? Mr Vice President. What is your plan to win? Mr Vice President? How can we help you in the media? Mr Vice President? Are we going to bad enough for you, Mr Vice President? Have we smeared President Trump enough, Mr Vice President. We have no choice. That is exactly right. We have to learn to live.
"delta interesting" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"The movie is one of the more deliberate examples of that. Are there examples of period? Unwell is out. The the first question was now like race like an entire race of people or beings. You know what I mean. It's the idea of DND. Has this problem with the with ORCS, right like ORCS are just like a purely evil race. it's boring, and then you can like really easily. People overlaying or laying a weird racial identity onto that and it becomes super problematic Have you ever listened to low from the Magic Tavern? Yeah and you know a little bit I haven't I. Don't know specifically that is, but I'm sure it's. It's really good. It's an Improv pod, but the the wizard they're like hates works, and they're just concentrate out that being like really judgmental and pretty racist. So that I always think of that, I yeah rich, and can the twitch slack just pointed out like it goes back to token, and like yeah, of course right like the idea of just like this is a. Token Fantasy Guy the token fantasy guy. Yeah, token like ranks. He's sitting. Yeah, he's just like the token fancy guy everybody. Yeah I think the birds, a the Bruder like so inhuman, that kind of find with that right like they are i. don't know like I can make room for the Zeno more of an alien being purely evil right but like a filtration with like art in history and politics and family like the scrolls clearly have but. Like they are one of the most evil races is just like I don't. There's no good analogy in real life for this every analogy you could pull for what this is is. is nasty in real life and I think that's. Also just kind of boring, even if you're not pulling that analogy, so yeah, it's It's definitely a tricky one that I don't think I mean. It's like the Yes it's a trope of like big bad evil alien race that they become the bad guys right by default and it's fine to have these different aliens verse us at odds, kind of ideas I think, but reads point is so sweeping in his generalizations, right of of the entire species, the entire culture, being evil, and essentially like like basically saying like gladys had to eat them, and it's fine. The genocide was fine. Let's say they didn't. They deserved collecting genocide, but like they were never know. Back of yeah, so so read the room read I. Think goes where we not on that one. Yeah, second question this the issue of Lgbtq, I, A. Plus characters in the marvel comics, has recently been brought up with Arlene his quote, unquote roommate in Jammed Mattis Deem Matias Captain America beyond the question of whether writing. She's going to rejoice this acronym a lot. LGBTQ I A. Plus characters for the sake of representation, which of course is necessary, and still not done enough in most twenty twenty comics. Delta interesting in my pain to consider the. The issue of missed opportunities. This is a good question especially when it comes to the lack of gay relationships, if you limit yourself only to rating hetero relationships, you immediately eliminate the potential for hundreds, hundred stories and character developments, which is especially disappointing in the context of characters have been written off in a lot of cases more than half a century I'm not saying make everyone by Pan Sexual, but there's a middle ground be found though it in which a potentially interesting relationship won't be written off because marvel wants to keep its characters straight. That's boiling specifics. There have been some efforts made on the front in recent years still enough not enough in my opinion, often subtext at best specifically like trance characters like all trends, marbles, Trans characters are sub textual right like it's like Oh here if you look quietly in the background of the Squirrel girl comic, you can see that this guy has a binder..
"delta interesting" Discussed on Talking Points
"Seems like a lot but for like a first class ticket that they charge like nine nine grand for. It's actually not a bad way to hop the pond. So do you agree that. Be A for its faults with high taxes and fees. They have pretty incredible. Ward availability may have such huge capacity especially on the New York to London. I tell people often if you want to try and redeem on route and you call you miles. The London New Yorker is once ago for what they do so many flights every single day with first class on every single flight said that can be a real win however the Rogers loads of different ways to you points and if you want to avoid paying high taxes is even if you're in an American resident is different ways you can get involved and and spend your vehicle so British Airways has their own loyalty program. But Sodas Aer lingus Sodas Iberia and you can transfer your BA adios to Aer lingus and to Iberia correct. What are the nuances there? So it's a really bazaar system muchly especially lingus which isn't actually part of one world. So that's really weird one but you can freely transfer your of yours between Iberia Aer Lingus and British Airways his program and I do that quite often especially when I want to get things into the Iberia Program because that's a way to save on taxes. Same with Al Ingersoll if you redeem your miles on lingers flights or and I bury the the tax is concerned from sort of hundreds and hundreds of dollars into fifty sixty dollars so that can be really good one thing to know that you have to have an Iberia Account Open for ninety days before allows easy to transfer points between various. If you have an Iberia account my top tip is got an open one now and have yourself sap ready take. I don't even know if I have. Oh I haven't Iberia One. Is it the same. Airline gets too hot chili not show anyway open open. And how when you when it goes goes to transfer you just can connect the different accounts. Have Yeah they have is cool combined. My obvious as long as you have the same name I think address on every account you can transfer. And it's an instant Sean Ed between the account so I remember back in the day was rest in Peace Air Berlin and Aer lingus flights if you WanNa go transatlantic those were the partners to redeem on Aer. Lingus used used to not be able to book online. So you had to call and wait on hold for forty five minutes or whatever and get surly be a rep in but you would avoid. I remember it was five dollars and sixty cents taxes. This isn't fees to go New York. Dublin Airlines has expanded quite a bit in the US and they have all lie flat seats now so Aer lingus business class. Would you say is better bird than be a club world. They're old product that is on most of their fleet. So I actually just flew the lingus. Eight hundred twenty one from Dublin to London. They've started flying short haul flights a day of the moment and it's really lovely product. Narrow body really comforts the same seat as jetblue mint. Yeah exactly the throne. Seats are amazing. Spacious comfortable and some really great redemption rates instead that flying those aircraft on a number of routes now they had delays in delivery from Mabuhay. And that's causing problems in rolling up the roots that they wanted to but they are coming more and more to North America in the midst of route networks. Actually pretty good. Great that you get pre-clear. US Customs Immigration in in Dublin or in Shannon where departing from so you arrive as domestic passenger in the US which is great for you not not so much for me. I'd much rather just arrived. US and go through global entry than having to make a stop on a plane and add an extra hour but she'll be coming from Ireland. Then it's then it's like if you're doing I lincoln off no option and so you have a good taxes alone and now the nice thing is on obvious dot com. You can search lingus award availability so you can book your flights on this. You transfer you point since the longest program and you can book or you can just use it to search touch availability. You'd still have to call if he wants and it's it's interesting so airlink has come up with the strategy to run those life lots to London. which is what like a thirty five minute flight and then also some other airports within Europe right so they run that plane in the morning to other European cities and then back to Dublin Shannon for the afternoon flights the US that's right I think scheduling wise? They have at this gap where they had nothing to do with the aircraft in that little turn around two three hours. They have the ability to send one to London back for example before the flights go out to the US us it also created opportunity for people to fly business class lifelock the whole way but also they never had a business class before they never had of European domestic business costs. And now they do you. You don't always get the lifelock seats. Obviously they do have a new business which I think they could ask base and that's blocks one of my big peeves. Leaves and travel. Is these fake fraudulent entry European business class which is coach seat. Same legroom is coach. Nick Rushing for people like me and Oh great a middle seat blocked out you know the pro business class. You'RE GONNA have to fly on that one flight a day in and it's Nice it's a nice way to do it or talking about airlink. I haven't been Ireland my motherland in several years. I've really got a get back all right. Let's get back to points and teaching our listeners. To get the most value did you know the g the site not me necessarily value my miles a little differently. So we value obvious at one point five cents a piece which is actually higher than United Delta and a miles and so many people think obvious are useless big taxes and fees but there's tremendous value in redeeming on partner. So let's talk about where. Where does the most value when you're looking at one world partners for BA okay? So a few ideas for the US audience and the first thing to say is we all got very scared recently announced they were going to be devaluing. were making more expensive pawn onwards but actually the new award shark came out well it. Tgi people ferreting away calling up BA. Finding out all the new mounts and turned out that the increases was only between ten twenty thirty eighty percent in some cases but the increases were not a hard hit but for us short domestic flights really great redemption. Nine thousand one way and five dollars sixty which is a really trading. Nice Way to get around. When flying Americans his apartment one will partner British Airways will say flying from the West Coast nine thousand? What is that from New York to no to Chicago? I deny right could because so the BA prices awards by segment bike distance. Right so in general. When you're redeeming obvious you WANNA go? Oh nonstop unless because each segment you add ads on an extra amount thus right the only time when that doesn't apply if you fly from a domestic UK airport connecting in London Ondon too long haul destination in which case they give you that domestic connection for free but apart from that you don't get that so you wanna be doing nonstop. It's a more efficient as much as in order to book an American Airlines. They have to have saver availability. In general right yeah that's right actually one little nuance there. Just though of sometime you come beat the system so one example Qatar is a partner airline of British Airways or one more airline. And if you fly from Doha to Stockholm you just within a distance band so you want distance band lower and it costs less obvious so to fly and stop in Stockholm and then get a connecting flight from stock to London actually is cheaper overall with obvious the county some nuances check place. You can break your journey but within the US you WANNA be aiming for directs and so the other Nice one is West Coast to Hawaii which you can spend in coach at least is thirteen thousand hours which I believe is cheaper than the miles you pay on unamerican yeah for sure poor on Delta interesting so one world has also Cathay Pacific but you know for us flyers when you start going ultra-long-haul on obvious due to the distance bands. You Know New New York to Hong Kong on Cathay is more expensive than what. Aa Charges in general But there there are no real taxes and fees on most of the other oneworld partners rights in British Airways. That really gets you. I guess surprised sometimes when I look at the taxes on certain redemptions and it's just almost nothing which is kind of crazy back there are there are other routes which will be a world tack on taxes and fees for a Transatlantic Iberia in American. If you fly into London you're in trouble which which is why for example. If you'RE GONNA fly Beria you should transfer your points into Iberia rather than usual ways obvious to buy the same flights because they wilpon extra charges even though Flying Beria you can send your point stripe area book the exact same flight and they'll charge. You weigh less tongues and it's something I would also argue. I mean so the club world seed. It hasn't changed in twenty years. They they have the new sweet but it's on a cleaning amount of aircraft. Most people are not going to fly the new suite for years to come so comparing old club world which eight across on some planes versus Beria has once you one lie flats air lingus does. American does on off light so realistically. It's kind of funny that they charge George huge taxes and fees on the crappiest product is crazy. And then when you look at other airlines you can spend your obvious on Qatar Cafe Pacific Gile you know. These are airlines. have it really amazing products and you can use the same amount of points and probably pay less tax. So it's worth bearing in mind. What these who the partners are and how you can fly something more exciting? We won't go into all the details. If you Google the point sky how to maximize be a adios how to use obvious with partners we break it down segment by segment how to get the cheapest flights now using obvious. There's more redemptions in just airlines. I know you can use it on Eurostar. Are there any other weird redemptions that you'd actually recommend people use news. I have not come across any redemptions. Give you anywhere near as good a values. You get one redeeming for flights so we tell people in the UK. Never use your obvious for anything.
"delta interesting" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"No he's. He's incredible yeah he is. He's the best one of our one of our two assistant coaches on the lakers. Two assistant coaches pat riley had during the showtime era. How about that now. You have how many coaches on the laker staff which i'm glad they have expanded the coach so that means more jobs for guys. I'm not complaining about it. I think it's good that you have seven and eight guy coaches per team now we have to it was riley and burqa and and get a d._v._d. Garabedian randy fund was like the junior assistant that was it yeah one one trader. One trader is nice now. They've got like fifty. They got a full spa. Now and you know what's crazy too so i believe in in medical it advancements in medical analytics no a couple of people around the league that are really pushing the boundaries. I love it but injuries are actually up the last couple of years so it's it's weird. We have so much more information so many more experts so many more ways is to keep guys healthy and yet. I don't know if it's because the the game is a bit faster at this point or maybe some of these a lot of these players are overused when they were kids compared to when you guys were kids back in the day just playing year round and i don't know what it is but injuries overall are actually up compared to back in the day when there was one trainer for the team. Even that is strange 'cause she got bette equipment. Now much shoes gives you better support for your feet and everything so yes. I don't know why do they make the body's breaking down because they don't take enough time off off to play golf and tennis like i used to so that's another thing so i've been avoiding this topic. I've just yeah he's a hall of famer. Delta interested it. All you want. I know are you tell me. Why should i be interested right now..
"delta interesting" Discussed on Doughboys
"Was tasty. It just it just even this. Even this spruced up version was like. It just was kind of like playing sure. But, but but the ingredients were fresh like that that is something that you can tell I think they've improved that at del taco in recent years, the fresher, avocado, fresher, fresher cheese, fresher tomatoes. So I liked it. I enjoyed it. Was it was it was it was pretty good. Nick the burrito. I got you may notice it you may notice the name of it an epic case. Oh, chicken burrito. How that's right epic. Epic caso. Thank you for bringing some enthusiasm to this epic case. Oh, chicken Britos loaded with fresh grilled chicken tacos, famous crinkle cut fries. Creamer, case Blanco hen graded cheddar cheese and handmade pig ago. I did not know that the fries in it. Yeah. When I ordered. I had no idea. I couldn't see I thought it was like I couldn't tell there was rice and beans in this thing. Right. Because they on the big board. You can't really see in the detail of their fries inside of it. That was an issue. I had to go to look up everything. Like, what is that thing? And then I would look online to see what it is poor form by del taco there. I get easy. I should say that I went to the del taco up in Burbank. Because the one by you, sometimes has some issues you went out of your way to go to a different through takes longtime with rain here me, and they fucked up that's a that's a del taco theory about that. And it's that one person only works. This is the one on Glen oaks boulevard. I saw a guy room in there from looks like he was coming from another story behind the counter. I liked it. I like it was. It was good. It was a mess. Here's the thing. Yeah. I don't think that that. I feel like the the what's it called piggy. Oh, yes is just a little out of place there. That's a good point. I didn't touch on that. But then actually it doesn't it your way. Tacos favor. No, I'm not trying to I'm being honest. You get a pocket of Pika guy. What's going on here? Right. Because it is a dry burrito. And you would think like, oh, it's there to add some some moisture, but it doesn't really where I'm out in the mild sausage. I put ice gorge open. Now. I now I just do the mild sauce Scorpio is probably the best sauce there. Yes. And but I liked it. It was the fries Frazer bureau tree. I know that del taco has Good Friday have grapes rice, but put it was. I don't know. I don't know how they didn't here. There was one sticking out of it and looked dead. But we're going to say I was I was just going to say I'm sorry for partly cutting you off there. I don't know if this is the right protein for the fries Brita like they might they might wanna throw some some stake in their some some ground beef. You say that they have poor quality chicken. Because chicken is the thing. I get the most at delta interesting, the chicken, I order things with chicken at the most of anything have you considered? You maybe have poor taste food. I mean, we knew that when we started the podcast as well. I orbited every time and every time I don't like. I like the chicken product. I do I usually do the chicken. The spicy Jack chicken case India. But then again there it's covered up with a bunch of cheese staff. I mean the spikes. But I do the spicy chicken burrito lot. And that's like my go-to burrito..
"delta interesting" Discussed on The Crux of Crypto
"And a lot of entrepreneurs like us all that disruption and we're excited to to jump in and lean and do something and so you saw this this advent of all new smart contrast smart contractbased to centralize exchanges in that led to bank or and khyber but then another spark happened will before you do that what why was either delta interesting to some people why did it provide in some ways some sapir architecture compared to traditional centralized exchanges yes so the early users of ether delta of which they ballooned up to thirty thousand total users cared deeply about the noncustodial nature so what does that mean so part of the the centralized exchange architecture we talked about is a user gives their funds to the exchange and the exchange hoses funds on their behalf they get faster trading times lower latency but of course we all have seen some of the hacks and when you think about what essentials exchanges to from hackers perspective that looks a lot like a honeypot ones database of hundreds of millions or potentially billions of dollars of funds and there's been myriad of hacks over the years and so users kind had counterparty risk when they were using those exchanges because i said okay if i wanna go in trade some bitcoin any go into positive on the exchange they sit on a big honeypot which is attractive to hackers and so therefore lies a risk and some counterparty risk and using that exchange either delta kinda helped eliminate some of that counterparty risk nailed it absolutely and both for retail users and automated traders alike reduction in operational risk significant and when that spark was late with escrow technology in theory that led to an entire new category and either there was the forefront of a series of centralized exchanges.