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"diker" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"I'm just so accessible all the time. And obviously i love sharing a part of my life and instagram stories are still very funny and funding. But it's like even. I mean i've had the same number since i was fifteen so everyone has my number but i'm not i'm not getting. Em's from people are like messages from people because they want to check in on me. How are you doing heather. Let's get together. They just want free shit. I'm like you know they want free tickets to something. And i'm like i don't i get you to nikki. Manar her you know is such an absolutely not like there's a tier of people that rain and i will never want them to buy tickets. Were like do not buy tickets the show your family your friends and then they want to actually yes. We've had to tell our friends like. Can we get you a refund your like family and then it's always like the friend of a friend. Yep we don't you know. Know sharon yeah. I'll like all my cousins. I don't be for tickets. I'd be more than happy to get you. Tickets like already bought the two front rows out to support you. I'm like thank you but then you have somebody. Yeah like the lady who worked you know. Check you into the tanning bed in college like gonna need twenty-five comp tickets and you're like cheryl i haven't seen you in so long also. I'm pretty sure you encourage me to get melania. So i know you know we. Can we talk about the any bed. Oh let's crush it. Did you crush them when you were in college. Because i did rush cry membership. Yeah under was at was telling you rain so i would go to college and started going to. This place called the bronze tiger. I'm sure diker we would all burn. Fear were you. I went to clemson content. No that's right and the bronze tiger was there other place down the street x. The bilo was super tan. But we knew it was too expensive so we had. We're on a budget. I was a freshman. We started winning bronze tiger. We had to go. Obviously none of the beds were. They were not created equal. Some of whom didn't work like you walk out. You didn't feel tan. You didn't feel tinguely. Whatever right and it turned out that the owner was like a predator cameras in the rooms. But i i don't know the whole story. But he turned out to be like a total creep. We all had to start paying for super tad. We're all broke because we're like spending money on tanning beds. But how many do we should have known how many dudes own danny beds are owned by men. There's air cellphone store and he had like a like public access commercial. Yeah creep the bronze tiger we go to the one by the walmart at ole miss and they has special happy hour special on thursdays. So you go in and you get you in the tanning bed for eight minutes. That's all they would allow you because then you go into the spray tan boost special. Yeah it was special. You get eight minutes happy hour on like ultraviolet rays and then it would open up your pores and then you go in the mystic tan booth and then you.
"diker" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Level. Football that gets flagged and now that they're saying they're going to call it in the. Nfl is even that play. Yes and even that in college he dennis stand over the guy. He literally just turned and looked at his watch. I saw the slow motion of it. That's the lysol motion didn't see it in regular time. Wait does that mean that. Seattle had two losses in dave's head. So so my thing is any kind of taunting. Anything aimed at a player is in the loud anywhere until you get the nfl and now people are going to be upset that the nfl is going to crack down on a more and we know how this works with that. They say they're going to crack down more. They crackdown huge in the preseason. And then what happens. It kind of just goes away during the regular season. 'cause people get it in their mind a little bit better but what you talk about. Just being heated and stuff. I didn't really have two separate many fights or anything when my coaching days because even the because most of these guys were teammates. You know what. I'm saying. So i do understand when you bring in somebody else. In like a in a scrimmage or other setting like that but we never really did any of those that didn't have official so it kind of felt like a real game and things like that but emotions run high in contact sports. I even say it like for example in my adult life meeting post college. I of the two sports that i've played more than anything was softball and basketball emotions. Run much higher in basketball because you actually have some physicality with it and just laughing because he thinks resides softball. You're not on my team. You haven't seen the basketball games. And that's what i'm saying because you know when you up the physicality in the sport itself. That's just kind of how it's going to be because you know adrenaline clicks kicks in and all that stuff. It's i mean it's it's fun to see but bottom line is you don't wanna see one of your own guys or somebody do something stupid. Where was that that was was it. Was it gino smith or somebody like that someone. Didn't someone get punched in the face in the locker room a few years ago and broke john. Now the guy got cut on the spot. You know what i'm saying. So and that was even on your own team. Yeah it's it's it's football things like that are going to happen but yeah for sure so okay. I just wanted to bring that up. It was kind of a hot topic. Figured i'd ask your take on that. Let's talk about the pittsburgh steelers so a lot of news has been happening. Mainly with the starters. I'm going to ask you real quick. Brian ross out. That how much do you think. Ben rothlisberger plays on saturday. We know he's going to play. Ben said he wants to play as much as he's allowed to brian. Which your guess. I'm predicting no more than three quarters. Excuse me three being the podcast producer. That can go away. So i'm thinking no more than three series okay. So we'll go no more than three. Okay what are you doing. I kind of talked about this with my brother. Someone tuesday i'm going twelve to eighteen snaps because it depends on how long the series are on how many he gets if they have a really long series in there. I mean my goodness. If it's a fifteen play scoring drive they might say and it takes up half the quarter they might say. You're good if i mean if it's a three and out that a one first down and a stall or something like that or a fumble by by a by running back or a receiver which unfortunately we've seen those before. Then you're going to see more. So i don't want to just narrow it down drives. I think they're gonna wanna see at least that many place yen mike tomlin say depends on what happens in stadium in other words. If it's a nice scoring drive they might just pull them after that but guys. How important is if rothlisburger to play in this game and if so how much i mean. We talked about predictions but when it comes to argue you actually needing him to play on a scale from one to ten one being. He doesn't need to play at all. Shouldn't be playing risk. Isn't worth the reward in ten. It is imperative that he plays new system etc brian. Where do you fall on that scale. Seventeen imperative that he plays yet. The we've seen the rust factor. I've talked about this for years. I get the risk. I know everything you're risking but we it seems the last five or six years since they've said at the other day was like two thousand fifteen. The last time that he that he played more than one in one preseason game you see that rust factor in the first couple gangs with ben. And i think he needs a couple of preseason games did not be rusty. Where do you find that skill dave. I'm gonna give you a nice day answer. Because that's what i thought. No i'll give you an answer. Set it up i. That's that's the david you've got to set it up. I thought by the way the steelers had been playing everything else out but they were basically treating this like regular four-game preseason that they would have done two years ago because they had four games based on coach. Tomlin's comments today. I don't think that's the case. Because he kinda hinted at. They're treating this light game to and in a normal circumstance. Ben rothlisberger would not play in this game. But because it's a new system coach coach canada. They thought it was important to me. He's almost hinting at playing a mcginn the next week. So i really my thing is i think between the two games you. You've already said it well and if you guys don't. I'm sorry if you're listening here on youtube or facebook or just stumbled on this audio podcasts. Somewhere if you're not part of the writer diker you are really missing out. You gotta make sure you're catching all all of these podcasts. But you already said to jeff. You think it's more important for him to play in the next game. Yeah and i think he's going to petition to and i think he might win. Because you're still got tons of time. Until that i we i mean i wasn't mark kabali the brought it up that if if this is the only game then plays and you think it's going to shake off the rust. He's got too much time off until we want so i think. How important is it for him to play this game. I'm not like brian. I'd put it like a seven and a half assuming he's going to play the next some in the next game if he's not playing in the next game then it's brian seventeen. You know what i mean. Now that makes a lot of sense. And i i agree i would probably say it's about a seven. I think it's a good good number i. I don't think it's imperative. I think he would be able to god and perform with practice. Repetitions only but still a you wanna get his live reps. Let's switch gears from rothlisberger. He's an important player on the offense inside of the football. We know that. But let's talk about the offensive line until about a week ago. Those five players on the offensive line had never even practiced together. We're talking about from left to right a core for dodson green turner and banner. They're all going to play. How long do you think they will play all number one and number two. How long should they play brian. We'll start with you. I'm thinking a midway through the second-half some of them start second quarter man. I kill well deontay johnson. That's what he should debut this week. Johnson needs to be on the field enough messing around. Guys i love you the midway through the second quarter. I guess some of these guys are going to be coming out. I would like to see them. Get a half together all half okay with dave the offensive line as bad as brian screwed up the beginning part of that answer. Here's exactly right..
"diker" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Your monday. Wednesday friday steelers fix. It's kind of what i feel like. Sometimes it feels. Like i'm i'm your dealer and year here to get your fix of baby. It's just dealers content but it's just you enjoy my show in which case you're part of my rider diker. I just had someone the other day on twitter. You can follow me on twitter by the way at j hartman. Rt emma and underscore p. i t. And he said. I hope one day i can be a part of your writer die crew and this is legitimate. I said well you have to answer to questions. If it's the answer to those these is yes you're in. Do you never miss a show of. Let's ride in. do you bleed black. And gold of the pittsburgh steelers if those both are yes. Congratulations you're in the writer. Dai crew. I know a lot of you out. There are super loyal and i really do appreciate it in remember. It's not just about my show it's about all of our shows the podcast platforms growing. It is awesome. I really hope you take the time to check out some of these new shows. That are debuting. I'm talking about jeffrey benedict's from the cutting room floor. That's where he actually breaks down some film. It's audio so there's no visual but it's really good stuff. You have to give it a chance. You have the war room with many parallel. The steelers fantasy football with jeremy beds the ohioans with the The Over the weekend. The power half hour where they power rank stuff. It's really funny. It's a good show is. There's a lighthearted fun show and then we have coming up. Well we have what ins talking about. And that's going to be exciting as these folks that are not going to really get into too much about that now. You'll you'll learn more about it before. Debuts they get into what everyone is talking about on steelers twitter and social media in this should be a really entertaining show. Why steelers twitter is exhausting. It is absolutely positively exhausting. There's no evidence or buts about it. Everything from mason. Rudolph talk to dewayne. Haskins hype to trade rumors. I feel like mr captain. Checkmark michael back like the captain of steelers twitter. He is literally driving fans to jumping off bridges or having these super high hopes that things are going to happen nonetheless. I'm just joking around with michael back but still steelers. Twitter is what's going to be really the the talking point for the indians talking about and that's coming up and then don't forget about all of our afternoon shows i'm talking about the steelers previewed. The steelers hangover the scarborough. Show a know your enemy. We have details from two. Am we have the touchdown. Under friday night with tony just really really great content. It's anywhere you get your podcast..
"diker" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Goodness we have so much news going on today. It's insane if you didn't hear by the way this is just kind of coming out. The i believe. I can't believe it. Kendrick green is siamese contract. Holy cow there. We go right here on. let's ride. Let's ride podcast kind of breaking news. this is from jason bernstein congrats to the fridge. Fifty-three that would be a kendrick rains. Twitter handle on signing his contract with the steelers so kudos to kendrick green. The kudos the steelers forgetting all nine of their draft picks locked up all my gosh. I can't believe it. it's it's finally done. Everyone's been asking me on this for weeks. What the heck's taking so long what the heck taking so long here it is here. It is finally done so good news. Congratulations to Kendrick green for sure on that that was And i've been waiting for that to happen. I talked about a lot about the pre rate that we had done all right so like i said he told me on twitter at j hartman underscore p. I t. every tuesday. I was a little bit late today. Getting this tweet out. Based on the fact that i was taking wallpaper off the wall in the house. Which by the way whoever invented wallpaper. I'd like to have a conversation with you. I'm sure they're not alive anymore but still that is kind of like cruel and unusual punishment. I've done it before. It's not my first time. But my gosh awful absolutely awful. If you're someone out there. I i just bought a house and i need to. I need to take the wallpaper off steak week. Take week in egypt chip away a little bit of the time anyways. So i've kind of forgot about it. I put the the tweet up. Wait but my writer. Diker obviously never let me down. And some people. Like for instance the first question from michael beck. He's mr blue checkmark. Michael beck because look at me. That's a this is michael. This is why i envisioned michael on twitter is because now he has a blue check and he's verified and he thinks he's so important he says jack and with michael valet. He's who's the most annoying number on the bts's slack channel and you're not allowed to save me so well michael that's it. Those are just now listening. Like what is the slack channel. It is a way for an organization to communicate. And you can have an app on your phone. You can also have it on your laptop or desktop. It's a great way for someone like me. Who runs a website and has that might say in the podcast as well. We have channels and we can definitely go in. And it's one of those situations where they have A we all chime in and sometimes it's just for fun. I had to be honest though. I'm gonna say brian. Anthony davis is. I can't say michael back. I'm gonna go with brian. Ent davis is the most annoying member on the slack channel the good brian. Will he so sporadic okay. So hill chime in with news that is. I don't know two hours old and we've already published the story. Had it on facebook. Page user clanking in brian to send the link. Hey guys did you see again. And we have this article sometimes. Activating brian's also a little bit late on a lot of things. Still i if i depict that to all day every i like all the people on our staff short. Eric says the league didn't do much in regards to the whole brady. Mc l. injury not being reported yet. The steelers got reprimanded quite a bit for not disclosing. There's favortism at its finest extenuating circumstances so When you look at this the league didn't do much regret he's talking about the brady he Now it's coming out that he tore his mc l. Have surgery in. The offseason was pretty legitimate knee injury. And he's asking what the heck because the steelers with ben roethlisberger doesn't nineteen his elbow and they sit. There was never reported. They were david. Castro's injury that was another big story. Which oh my gosh. This ankle injury was lingering. And now you've got cut because of its What is the deal there in. So i can see where eric is thinking. Well what's going on here. Where where are these two sides coming from. And i honestly don't know that much about the buccaneers story. I don't know if he was ever on the injury report. That's what they need. That's what they're looking for when pittsburgh got reprimanded because of lady on del. This was his groin injury. I think it was two thousand sixteen when they got reprimanded were fine. They might have gotten to that. It's because they never reported the injury so in this case if they did report the brady had a knee injury and even if you just missed portions of practice than absolutely. They're fine they're fine. That's what it all comes down to. It comes down to the team saying okay. So let's go back to jim. Sixteen news that okay. Hey lady on coin injury. We don't think it's gonna hurt him too much in terms of participation helped he should be good to go then. They're fine than they talked about. They put it on an injury report. That's the big thing kit. Ask confident in our tackle depth after chaz green signing reports of dan more being slow to learned many camp not as surely developmental only this year. Are we comfortable with only. Hey backup. Chaz his nfl experience but injuries saxon pressures allowed or not good. This is this is tough meeting answer for multiple reasons. Hey does have a lot of experience and chas. his numbers. Don't look great on paper at the same time. These are different systems. You have a new coordinator new offensive line coach. I'm going to hold judgment on any offensive line whether that's kendrick greenwood. That's pj finney. Joe hague you name. It doesn't matter..
"diker" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Brian yes i do. I am smiling wilfredo vazquez. Thank you so much recognizing bad company. And that's that's something hashtag bad company. Look the my tells from two a m guys and gals they were like. Hey the writer diker. That's a great show. Let's rise awesome. But why do they have a crew. And why can't we have a crew. And i'm like oh we can't call it crow so we've found some names the bad guys and then we came up with hashtag bad company and its sticking. It's it's not quite right or die yet. It's not hashtag writer by but it's common and now i wanna nominate i wanna nominate beck black hashtag. Beckoning i love that. We all have our own little fan clubs going on now. It's one of the fun things buying the steel curtain. How much we love and respect it all the viewers and listeners and readers over at the website and throughout our podcast platform so then actually i think it should be hashtag still hashtag canadian bacon and eggs we. We try to get off the ground maybe become season. Time we'll We'll try to get that going for know your enemy once again. of course. My canadian bacon to a jeffrey benedict's eggs benedict. Let's let's get back in our exercise here. The third worst team on your list jacksonville. You urban meyer and trevor lawrence will attorney tides. Not yet not yet you. You've got to be three and thirteen to be seven to nine the nine and seven in this league now. I don't that's terrible roster. it really is. I love the fact that of course. You're going to go. trevor lawrence. I child is eighty n. I mean. I thought that was a reactionary. Pick when there were so many other places where you could have gone there. Will he be possibly. Yeah but everybody talked about the steelers. Put a najji harrison an island. My gosh we saw it last year with the cincinnati bengals and and the cincinnati. Bengals still haven't done as much as they could have to go ahead and take care of joe burrow and he got just crunched against the pittsburgh steelers. I don't really see jacksonville protecting them protecting this guy and you know what it's going to be saxon again but the wrong kind of saxon ville just got saxon. Vilm way to look at it. I think that could be a t shirt for the other teams of what the afc south but my number three team. I might throw a little bit of wrench in here. But i think the oakland raiders are due for a bit of a collapse. I think this team. That may often. Gruner kind of assembled. It's not. It's not what it should be considering. All their high draft picks they got from dealing Amari cooper and khalil mack. I don't like the way they've been drafting yet again. One of the draft classes here in two thousand twenty where a lot of people were very critical of what the raiders put together. Elevate lost more talent in the offseason. It i i just think it's all kinda coming to a crescendo. Where they're going to have a bad season but there's still so much money on jon. Gruden deal that nothing's going to happen. So that's kinda my my wrench into the bottom five and maybe surprise team to some okay. I'm going to go on. I'm gonna further this on. I'm going to bet you a thousand dollars that the team you mentioned does not win a single game in two thousand twenty one. Will you make that bet with me. I say this team does not win a game. The t mentioned the raiders. Yes who i think are winning games okay. So you're gonna take that bet with me. I guess so all right good. Because i just one because the oakland raiders will not be playing because the las vegas raiders will be playing and i just wanted thousand punks my way. My friend is canadian dollars. Though right eighty dollars. I'll take one five hundred bucks in my pocket. I can't believe i made that mistake. I've been so good on that. And i feel like such a wang bringing it up but i'm like all right. This'll be fun. got to give it to them. Oh poor guy want what's your number four team are right. Yes you're going to start saying this you're going to be like of course. Of course you're right. But then i'm going to give you a little swerve than new york giants. Wo- i don't believe in them at all. I didn't i mean sure. They got wide receiver. I just didn't like their traff. I don't like this team. I don't like their quarterback that much. I think they've a fantastic head coach. I really do. I think they're going to be good. I just don't like what's happening there and that might be a bold statement. I'm just going to go with the giants of fallen backwards. A little bit interesting Team is also a team from new york. But it'd be the new york jets for the giants. I i will take a step back and say a lot falls on daniel jones shoulders. If he can have josh allen type kind of step forward which is asking a lot they could be really good with their weapons. But i think he might just continue to be averaging kinda just toe the line there for the big blue team in new york but as for gangrene their their defense rather is still in shambles. We've heard reports today that the they're not even interested in offering. Marcus maye contract. Who's probably the best defensive player. Not named quinn williams. I do not understand what they're doing with this this roster. I love their offense line. They put together zack..
"diker" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"I love that. Sony is releasing games for both systems a more allow buyers to have an upgraded version of the game when they moved to a new system Mike says the reason. I'll dish out more for the drive is i'm cheap. I rarely games on released to. I wait for them to go on sale. Within a few months. I rarely pay more than twenty dollars for a game if i end up saving money by getting physical copies of games for a fraction of the price the more expensive version is worth it. The analysis that people buying the blu ray drive version. Spending less toe in total makes sense. Nick frank nicholas all wrote in with similar emails as well and i assume we could have done a better job of clarifying this story but mike said the analysis that people buying the blu ray drive version spend less totally make sense to be. I think is missing. Maybe not that the story was that. Ps five owners with blu. Ray spend seventeen percent more on actual game titles. The reason they spend less overall is because they spend less on. Add on's on so but but mike and several other people and i think you know they represent a section of people are like. Yeah no i get the disk. Because i can save. Money can buy used copies. I can get. I can get things on sale. I was telling us it's different in australia. That the the The disc are often sold at less than the digital copies. But y'all with the blu ray deaths are more in the actual titles so it's the opposite of being able to to save money. It's just you're not spending on the add on's later so i'm curious. I'm curious if you have a perspective on why that is for sure. Yeah if you have a perspective or you have a thought on anything that we talk about on the show. Send it to us. Share your knowledge feedback at daily technique. Show dot com where to send that email. We like to chat patrons that our master and our grandmaster levels. Today they include brandon. Brooks tim ashman and high okie also. We asked very nicely yesterday. And our brand new boss brandon brandon brooks and brand new brandon. Just started at us on patriot. We said we'd shout out brandon and we are out and you thanks for making our weekends. Bright already brandon was smart yesterday. We said look you in your name in the show. i gotta do is back patron. You're in the show tomorrow. Brandon brandon was asking. You shall receive the job brandon brandon. All right let's diker len peralta as well who has been drying afford today's show. What have you drawn for us today. Lynn i feel like i missed out on trying to draw the serial bot. I feel that would have been perfect. But it was a kicker store. I didn't know what was going to be on. But i but ended up going with the with the have. I been poem. Because i just thought that was a funny name and And the images of a gentleman who's thinking you haven't been postponed. I'm sure i'm safe. Meanwhile he's got his date of birth is mother's maiden name and social security number and it's all printed on his face in his hand so He hasn't been poem that says postponed. Somebody put a sandwich on there and he has a big l. on not that. If you've been pound you're an l. but unfortunately you know you've that's the way you feel but if you'd like to see.
It's Not Just Texas: The Entire Energy Grid Needs An Upgrade For Extreme Weather
"The electricity grid is more than wires. It's also power plants big transmission towers and local utilities. Everything that gets electricity to you. Much of that infrastructure was designed for a different era says energy consultant alison silverstein. We plan this grid for us inherit weather and we are now facing mad max. These pop culture references are silverstein colorful way of saying that what worked in the nineteen fifties sixties and seventies needs to be updated for a future that includes climate change. Everybody has always designed these systems looking in the rear view mirror that made sense grid. Managers identified the worst case scenario from the past and planned for that but climate change is delivering whether that hasn't been experienced before the number of weather disasters with losses over a billion dollars is increasing according to the federal government and the group climate central says that since two thousand there's a sixty seven percent increase in major power outages from weather and climate related events. Each region has its own vulnerabilities. Take the pacific northwest. And it's massive hydropower dams for example. Not only do we need to be worried about the cold weather events like he signed texas and the the hot weather events like in california ben kiala is at the northwest power and conservation council. They recently changed their planning models to look ahead and better prepare for how climate change alters win water flows through the dams. He says warming temperatures make it likely that mountain snow pack will melt earlier in the year. And you have a lot more water running into those reservoirs in the winter when it used to be more of a spring phenomenon and it might be that by summer. You're pretty much. All the snow. Pack melted everything off. And you don't have that much precipitation and you just have way less energy in the summer grid. Experts generally agree. The country needs to build more transmission lines to get electricity from where it's produced to where it's needed. That would make it possible to add more cleaner. Sources of power like wind turbine solar projects in batteries to store energy. Larry gas diker heads wires. A trade group advocating for more high voltage transmission lines. He points out that president biden set a goal of net zero carbon emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five. That may sound like a long time from now but in the world of building transmission It's really not that far off when you think you need a good ten here. Lead time in order to get there and gas tiger says all that new transmission infrastructure big towers. Thick lines comes with a steep price tag. Our study said up to ninety billion dollars of investment by twenty thirty maybe as much as six hundred billion an investment by two thousand fifty gas tiger suspects the texas blackout. While encouraged policymakers to move on this issue. Soon as expensive as this sounds the texas experience shows. There's also a cost of not preparing the grid for more extreme weather in dollars and lives jeffrey. Npr
The IRS Sent Coronavirus Relief Payments To Dead People
"In under a month the IRS delivered more than one hundred and thirty million corona virus relief payments to Americans. That's two hundred and seven billion dollars. That was part of the relief. Package passed by Congress during the public health crisis. But this speed has come with some significant mistakes. Npr's Tim Mack has been talking to the families of dead. Americans who got corona virus. Relief Checks Bob. Meduse father passed away in December. So Bob who lives in Houston notified the V. A. and the Social Security Administration that his father had passed in order to stop payments from them and those were halted but on April fifteenth. Bob Who is a cosigner on? His Dad's account noticed a payment in the amount of twelve hundred dollars it was e- Corona Virus Relief Payment from the IRS. I feel bad that this money is sitting in my dad's account. I don't know what to do with it. And there are people out there that need it badly and That bothers me quite a bit. I I wish I knew what to do with it but I don't Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said one week ago that any payments to the deceased would be a mistake and should be returned but this is reasonable questions than answers this mass confusion. That's Janet Holds Plan of the Urban Brookings Tax Policy Center. There's been no official guidance. As to how in this instance people should return the money that was received for their loved ones. The IRS does not typically track information on the deceased in America but other parts of the government such as the Social Security Administration. Do it appears that there was no cross-referencing before checks went out the scope of the problem could be in the millions the CDC estimates that two point eight million Americans died in two thousand eighteen for example and there are signs that people who have died more than two years ago are receiving payments Karen McClure of Collins Colorado experienced this firsthand. Mother passed away in twenty eighteen. But in April of this year she received a payment of twelve hundred dollars. The government is being very reactive instead of proactive to this situation which I find frustrating Mark Iverson is he former. Irs Commissioner serving from two thousand and three to two thousand and seven he told NPR that the irs has generally been doing a good job. But there's a real trade off of speed versus accuracy in the processing. He says the people in this situation should rely on official guidance people need to rely on information from. Irs Dot Gov. But that's not so easy when it comes to this topic Theresa Wilmot a seventy one year old in Rockford Illinois has been trying to do just that. She lost her partner of thirty nine years. Frank diker just two months ago. Last month he received the payment. I'm copying with frank stuff pretty well at this point. I'm not over it. I probably will never be over it but it didn't. That part didn't bother me. I'm I'm probably angrier. The government for sending out a payment to somebody who's deceased Theresa has been trying without success to find guidance online from the IRS. To Send the money back so I went online to the address on the letter and looked for a long time trying to find some way that I could. I send the payment back and I couldn't find that sort look for a way to contact somebody at the IRS or treasury or whatever to return the payment and I couldn't find that NPR did not fair much better than Teresa after multiple requests the IRS directed questions to the Treasury Department. The Treasury Department pledged to have an answer by Tuesday. Morning as of this airing the Treasury Department has not answered questions about what steps the IRS is taking to address this problem or what to do if a deceased loved one received a payment
"diker" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And that's why right into the TI. Think Google or Microsoft is jumping on this because they don't want Google. They don't want Amazon, getting into this, because it's logically, if they had all the streaming, if they had all the cloud service, they could read a lot about how these games work, how the how the users interact with it. And I'm guessing Microsoft doesn't want those two behemoths jumping into this and just to speak to the smart. TV L, the element of Chuck Sony's are your major player in this MARTINI game. Right. Obviously. So Microsoft is like, well, crap we don't, we don't have this TV. And that's that's where this is training to you could have some kind of tie up there where it's okay Microsoft is going to say, look, we don't need to develop a console Wolters partner with Sony, and a joint infrastructure, Sony takes care of the hardware. We've supply the back end. I mean, could they collaborate make one system? I would think so because there's really I don't point of having to having to code games for two different systems, the I mean, the only thing we in terms of competition, is that they. Would have exclusive rights to a specific game or exclusive rights to a specific sport. Oh, does it become an antitrust issue? Then I don't think so. Google is coming out. This is a major investment by Google was one hundred thirty something million. Whatever it was. I mean historically look, if you look at the console wars, because that's what they've affected by wars. You you've had three players. They're sony. Menton Diker, soft in intendo antennas out in theory, Nintendo's going to they're going to come up with something like this Nintendo's targeted at children. Pretty much. Yeah. Nintendo still makes a boatload of money. Tend to switch is a huge profit maker for them. Yeah, that's true. So and by the way, the switch is kind of like one level before this in that. Hey, can operate on multiple devices but still ones made by Nintendo. Yeah. Soon attenders heading in this direction. So you're still going to end up with three companies, even if Sony, and Microsoft decide to really collaborate in full form. Some kind of joint venture, you know, Sony softer Microsoft or whatever you wanna call it. But there's, there's definitely, it's not disrupting you're not getting more consolidated. You're just going to have three different players in that space. We'll say so walk in coffee, the, the Starbucks of China luck and what looking coffee. Oh, gotcha. Cooking. Walk in coffee. Is they just I p O'd and so they appealed at seventeen bucks. A share the nattering at twenty five thirty up forty eight percent in their debut here. Surprisingly, Starbucks also up in today's trading about two thirds of one percent. So they, they compete mainly with Starbucks in the Chinese market. By the way, this company was only founded two years ago. Did you know? Yeah, well, it's easy to that fast. When you're just a branch of the Chinese government, it is. They've got twenty three hundred seventy stores. They're going to be doubling that this year. We're going to go to five thousand stores in China. They offer ridiculous discounts to, to buy this. So last year they had net sales of one hundred twenty five million dollars in. They they lost two hundred and forty million. So this come on coffee. It's not a tech company, folks. It's nothing like that. They sell coffee. They're nowhere near profitability today. They. Like food probably. I'll look it up. They are nowhere near profitability at all the market cap on. This is six billion dollars, which if you do the math out means they're trading fifty four times sales for a coffee retailer. Yeah. But they're in China again. I go back to the fact that they are in China, and it's coming at a time when Chinese consumers are likely to shy away from American products yet. Timing's pretty good on this timing might not be bad there. Let's take a break. When we come back. We've got action movie trivia Friday. And also, when start saving, you know, Roth 4._0._1._K's opposed to a traditional one. That's coming up right after this break, like.
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"Good Thursday Tuesday morning. America's First News continues at the seventh day of may and the democratic chair of the House Judiciary committee's. Yes. No choice, but to begin proceedings to hold attorney general William bar in content Jerrold Nadler sites bars failure to comply with the subpoena to provide the full text of the special counsel report by Monday's deadline. Meanwhile, Democrats still want to hear from special counsel Robert Muller as well. Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins told Fox News. He's not worried about Muller testifying. Baltimore is going to testified. Exactly what was in the report. And if democratic colleagues would have cared to read appears appears some of them haven't read that report. And I know they haven't read the left for Diker, which the attorney general may the accommodations for they'll find that. There was no collusion notorious obstruction and exactly what Roger would test. I think it is amazing to me how quickly the Democrats won't go down a path that they know they can't go on simply to have Presley's simply to talk. And and and sort of throw a dart at a president that they don't like this is just unprecedented in this term that they're moving so quickly to an contempt for saving. I think the media ought to be concerned about it. Because that's exactly what the letter was concerning was concerning. How this report was rolled out. It was not about the final finding this is what everybody wants to rush past law Mahler never questioned the attorney general's findings. He never said that you're wrong. He was just saying let's get as much out there because the press is relating this into something that is not. And I think that's the the correlation that we're looking at and again at the end of the day, the the Democrats are simply going after president Franklin for doing a good job. There's nothing to impeach here. There's nothing to bring any further investigation about it has been finalized in the mall report. They can talk about all they won't bring anybody in they want. But at the end of the day, it is simply them chasing after an election. They lost in November twenty six day doing this twelve times faster than the Republicans held Eric Holder and can tell over four hundred sixty something days before the Republicans held Eric Holder and can tell. For not complying with the pain. We're looking at less than forty three days here. My question is are you do you dislike the president that much? You dislike the findings of the mole report that much that you're trying to solve every other way to get the American public focus on the fire that you don't have an agenda for America that you don't have anything to put forward and you'd rather just attack. This president of the effort to hold bar, and contempt reflects the deepening rift between Democrats and the attorney general the committee says contemporary Ting's could be postponed. If VAR makes a good faith effort to resolve the dispute, there's a meeting slated for today between the Justice department and committee staff Democrats are expected to either subpoena the IRS for President Trump's tax returns are file a lawsuit. That's because Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin refused to turn them over arguing the request by the House Ways, and means committee chairman lacks a legitimate legislative purpose democratic congressman and twenty twenty hopeful.
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"Knocking on line with me. And we welcome Dan Diker, Dan is the author of the brand new right in my hands, very upsetting study. But it's necessary to understand the turmoil in the US associated with the dias, and the turmoil worldwide, the book is entitled the pack. They deception pack p stands for Palestinian academic and cultural boycott of Israel, BBS, unmasked, Tara links and political warfare, masquerade as human rights Dana's, foreign policy, fellow and senior project director of the program to counter political warfare and BBS at the drew some center for public affairs. Dan, a very good evening to you, the San Diego tragedy the nineteen year old who to my reading of his background had no connection whatsoever to Palestinians and semitic activity cults Neo Nazis. And yet his conduct first attacking a mosque. And then walking in and murdering people murdering a person trying to murder more in a synagogue does. That event does that nineteen year old have a connection to BBS in some fashion. I note that he was a college student. Good evening to you that good evening to you. John navy, alcohol gentleman. What one needs to keep in mind is that anti-semitism as expressed through VDI warfare has been the subject of Vero and anti Israel, anti Jewish state. A poisonous incitement to murdering Jews in Israel, Jeremy Corbyn, the head of the British opposition has stated recently that it is permitted to hate the quote, hate Jews in Israel, and that type of incitement against the Jewish collective that today as Jewish state for decades has created in the United States a poise. Minute firemen that that would suggest to too many or to some that would want to assault Jews that it would be legitimate do that because it has been legitimate and mainstream unfortunately in in the west and Europe and the United States to call Israel to brand Israel as Nazi state apart type state a channel. I will KENDALL state and therefore any type of behavior subsequent to that. Nobody later would be justified. So that filters down even to the extreme right as well as we know is being generated by the extreme left. So the unfortunately the result of that type of site -ment at Myrtle is murder. And what about the connection to to the terrorist entities to the Palestinian Authority to others? We've seen reported about some of the funding coming from Europe to support beady s what are the connections and the linkages? Well, Malcolm, what what we have revealed in the book, the pack deception on mass is that the the national committee, and the pack behind its partner, the pack the Palestinian Akkad, I can culture boycott of Israel. Are not grassroots US and European based peaceful networks in order to establish a Palestinian next Israel. They're really a political warfare terrorist supporting network that is based in Ramallah largely in revolt the Palestinian Authority, and and they are and they are run by individuals that sit together with five designated Islamic and Palestinian terror organization as designated by the United States government and European Union. We're talking about this topic Jihad Palestinian Popular Front for the liberation of Palestine the moss. Pay F A F L P general command and the Palestinian Liberation these. These terrorisation are co equal members of the BTF committee in Ramallah, and that means that the media DVD as as a as a concept, and as a campaign is. Is a terrorist supporting political warfare campaign designed originally by motivated by our five continued by others in the pillow. With one express intention, and that is to dismantle the Jewish state by all means including violence and terrorism as well as political economic worser, we've learned follow the money. Is there a quick way to talk about who's paying for this, Dan? Well, we do know NGO monitor headed by professor garrels has done a superb job and following the money on political warfare organizations masquerading as human rights organizations, and we do know that Unfortunately, European countries have been have been funding a lot of the political warfare organization like and Sabil invol-. And that is what? Are referred to by probe ES warfare activists as human rights organization. These types of organizations, our our political warfare organizations that are largely funded by of these European. Hey, we also now there is also that you're on. And Dr are are behind these organizations bear in mind that tap me. The Palestinian cultural visual also has a Gaza based operation that is run by in academic their political warrior called Heidar eat, he sits on the PDF national committee, and he is their Gaza. A senior activists in God. And we know that HAMAs. 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"We welcome Dan Diker, Dan is the author of the brand new right in my hands, very upsetting study. But it's necessary to understand the turmoil in the US associated with DS, and the turmoil worldwide, the book is entitled the pack. They deception pack p stands for Palestinian academic and cultural boycott of Israel, BBS, unmasked, Tara links and political warfare, masquerade as human rights, Dan is foreign policy, fellow and senior project director of the program to counter political warfare and BBS at the drew some center for public affairs. Dan, a very good evening to you, the San Diego tragedy the nineteen year old who to my reading of his background had no connection whatsoever to Palestinians and. Semitic activity cults Neo Nazis in yet. His conduct first attacking a mosque. And then walking in and murdering people murdering a person trying to murder more in a synagogue does. That event does that nineteen year old have a connection to be in some fashion. I note that he was a college student. Good evening to you. Good evening to you. John meeting alcohol line gentleman. What one needs to keep in mind is that anti-semitism as expressed through VDI warfare has been the subject of Vero and anti Israel, anti Jewish state poisonous incitement to murdering Jews in Israel, Jeremy Corbyn, head of the British opposition has stated recently that it is permitted to hate to quote, hate Jews in Israel, and that type of incitement against the Jewish collective today as Jewish state for decades has created in the United States a poison it via. Airman that that would suggest to too many or to some that would want to assault Jews that it would be legitimate do that because it has been legitimate and mainstream. Unfortunately in in the western Europe, the United States to call Israel to brand Israel as Nazi stays in part type state a jealous. State and therefore any type of behavior subsequent to that northern closer would be justified. So that filters down even to the extreme right as well as we know is being generated by the extreme left. So the unfortunately the result of that type of site -ment to murder is murder. And what about the connection to to the terrorist entities to the Palestinian Authority to others? We've seen reported about some of the funding coming from Europe to support beady s what are the connections and the linkages? Well, Malcolm, what what we have revealed in the book, the pack deception on mass is that the the national committee, and the pack be and its partner, the pack. The Palestinian culture boycott of Israel are not grassroots US and European based peaceful networks in order to establish a Palestinian state next to Israel there really a political warfare terrorist supporting network that is based in Ramallah largely in revolt the Palestinian Authority, and and they are and they are run by individuals that sit together with five designated Islamic and Palestinian terror organization that designated by the United States government and European Union. We're talking. Coming t- hot Palestinian Popular Front for the liberation of Palestine moss, PFLP, general command and the Palestinian Liberation follow. These these terrorisation are co equal members of the BTF national committee in Ramallah, and that means that the media DVD as as a as a concept, and as a campaign is a terrorist supporting political warfare campaign designed originally by motivated by our five continued by my boss, others in the pillow with one express intention, and that is to dismantle the Jewish state by all means including violence and terrorism as well as political economic worser, we've learned follow the money. Is there a quick way to talk about who's paying for this, Dan? Well, we do know NGO headed by professor girls under has done a superb job and following the money on. Political warfare organizations masquerading as human rights organizations, and we do know that Unfortunately, European countries have been have been funding a lot of the political warfare organization like Alsop and Sabil invol-, and that is what shoddily are referred to by probe EDS warfare activists as human rights organizations. These types of organizations, our our political warfare organizations that are largely funded by of these European Hake. But we also know there's also indication that you're on. And Dr are are are behind the funny. These organizations bear in mind that tap me. The Palestinian cultural that visual also has a CASA based operation that is run by in academic there. Political warrior called Heidar, e he sits on the national committee, and he is their Gaza, a senior activist in God that and we know that HAMAs sanctions type of your and curly Mazas receiving fifteen million dollars a month from cuts and a lot of this money is fungible at his going to fund political warfare on the Israel border. And and activities are parallel activities to type of piteous teddy received coming out of the so-called civil society, political warfare organizations, even remote, we should be clear that we're not talking about legitimate concerns. 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"Knock them online. It's with man, we've all come Dan Diker, Dan is the author of the brand new right in my hands, very upsetting study. But it's necessary to understand the turmoil in the US associated with VDI has and the turmoil worldwide the book is entitled the pacphie deception pacphie stands for Palestinian academic and cultural boycott of Israel, DDS, unmasked, Tara links and political warfare masquerade as human rise, Dan is foreign policy fellow and senior project director of the program to counter political warfare and BBS at the Jerusalem center for public affairs. Dan, a very good evening to you, the San Diego tragedy the nineteen year old who to my reading of his background had no connection whatsoever to Palestinians anti semitic activity cults Neo Nazis. And yet his conduct first attacking a mosque. And then walking in and murdering people murdering a person trying to murder more in a synagogue does. That event does that nineteen year old have a connection to some fashion? I note that he was a college student. Good evening. Good evening to you. John and naming nocco home on gentleman. What what one needs to keep in mind is that anti-semitism as expressed through media warfare has been the subject of Vero and anti Israel, anti Jewish state. A poisonous incitement to converting Jews in Israel, Jeremy Corbyn, the head of the British opposition has stated recently that it is permitted to hate to quote, hate Jews in Israel, and that type of incitement against Jewish collective today as Jewish state for decades has created in the United States a poison. Virement that that would suggest to too many or to some that would want to assault Jews that it would be legitimate do that because it has been legitimate and mainstream. Unfortunately in in the western Europe, the United States to call Israel to brand Israel as Nazi stayed in part type state a kennison. Hi will stick and therefore any type of behavior subsequent to that. Nobody Klay jer would be justified. So that filters down even to the extreme right as well as we know is being generated by the extreme left. So the unfortunately the result of that type of site -ment to murder murder. And what about the connection to to the terrorist entities to the Palestinian Authority to others? We've seen reported about some of the funding coming from Europe to support beady s what are the connections and the linkages? Well, Malcolm, what what we have revealed in the book, the pack deception mass is that the the national committee, and the pack behind its partner, the pack the Palestinian culture boycott of Israel. These are not grassroots US and European based peaceful networks in order to establish a Palestinian next, Israel, really a political warfare terrorist supporting network that is based in Ramallah largely in revolt the Palestinian Authority, and and they are and they are run by individuals that sit together with five designated Islamic and Palestinian terror organization as designated by the United States government and the European Union. We're talking about these coming Jihad Palestinian Popular Front for the liberation of Palestine. FLP general command and the Palestinian Liberation. All these these terror organizations are co equal members of the committee in Ramallah, and that means that the VDI DVD as a as a concept, and as a campaign is a terrorist supporting political warfare campaign designed originally by motivated by our five continued by others in the peel and support it with one express intention, and that is to dismantle the Jewish state by all means including violent terrorism as well. As political economic washer. We've learned follow the money. Is there a quick way to talk about who's paying for this, Dan? Well, we do know NGO non-itre headed by professor girls has done a superb job and following the money on political warfare organizations masquerading as human rights organizations, and we know that Unfortunately, European countries. Have been have been funding a lot of the political warfare organization like insa Beal income, and that is what audience are referred to by probe EDS warfare activists as human rights. 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"Hospital. Paramedics unable to save him. My apartment. But my nineteen times Geiger tells the dispatcher she thought John was in her apartment, which was exactly one floor below. She had just returned home from work. Diker told police she thought John was an intruder and that she opened fire when he disobeyed her commands, we listen to the call with the attorney who's representing John's family in the civil trial. When I listen to that, call not one time did I hear him Geiger say that she was in fear of her life. David amber, Geiger was fired from her job after the shooting. And she is now facing a murder trial in September. Her attorney say the evidence will show she is not guilty. David Marcus, more tonight, Marcus thank you to the index of other news tonight into the hostage scare in Los Angeles. Police and swat units forming a strip mall shooting suspect is believed to be barricaded inside a store. Officers were seen brushing men women and children to safety loading them into an armored vehicle to the deadly shooting at a highway near Waterloo, Iowa, a young woman was shot in the neck while driving for boyfriend was wounded by the same bullet. Investigators believe the shooter may have been illegally hunting in the area. And that it might have been a random shot a health warning tonight more than one hundred thirty customers now of VIP spa have undergone tests. For HIV in Albuquerque after two clients tested positive after receiving treatments of what some call vampire facials? That's where they draw blood from a client and then injected back into the face and that very close call on jeopardy. Reigning champ. James hotelier squeaking out that latest win after starting up thousand dollars in the red and playing catch up. He's in the lead with fifty three thousand nine hundred ninety nine over two James now thirty three thousand five seventeen going in. Came up with the correct response. I can't believe that he made a mistake in wagering. Let's take a look twenty thousand five hundred just enough takes him up to fifty four thousand seventeen.
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"The vehicle was then abandoned on the house street exit ramp of the FDR officers gave chase one of several suspects. Twenty year old was apprehended after seeking treatment at a hospital. Other suspects remain at large New York City councilman Justin Brandon calling for an investigation into last night's transformer fire in Brooklyn happened at eighty six straight and tenth episode. This is an average February cold night, and we have power lines coming down. I mean what's going on? And that explosion terrifying. Residents in the Diker heights section saw flames terrible terrible explosion. We're worried about the car and the corner getting blown up my heart was in my throat. Nobody hurt though power is back on con. Edison is investigating time for traffic and transit with our Joe Nolan. Joe? Well, yen as you begin to head on out there this morning. There are still quite a few things you need to worry about from the Lincoln traffic center. I am Joe Nolan. And again, you have your issues on the northern state coming into the seat ROY survey. There was an accident there that pretty much gone. But the other problem we have out on route eighty remains as you travel eastbound that jack-knifed tractor-trailer are they are still in the process of at least getting that out of the way the shoulders. The only thing though, now that is blocked. So that's good news belt Parkway eastbound at bay Parkway, an accident that in the process of being cleared outbound Brooklyn Bridge, there was a stall up there. That's god. Mass transit pretty good shape except metro-north down on the New Haven line between. Stanford and New Haven. An alternate side. Again today is in effect. I'm Joe Nolan from the Seventy-seven WABC Lincoln Abramovich traffic center. Shop.
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"With Amazon I hope that they reconsider up until now we haven't seen any change in their position. So far no announcement from Amazon to renegotiate their original deal. US officials confirming hunt is on for the son of nine eleven mastermind Osama bin Laden department says harms of bin Laden whose father was killed by navy seals in Pakistan twenty eleven is emerging as a leader in the Qaeda terror network and that it's offering up to one million dollars for information on his whereabouts. In a statement. They say the thirtysomething you roll released internet messages calling on followers to launch attacks against the US and its western allies and threatening attacks to avenge his father. The State Department says items seized from Osama bin Laden's hiding place indicated he was grooming Homs to replace him. He's believed to be married to the daughter of a lead hijacker in the September eleventh attacks on the World Trade Center. Scott Carr, Washington. Very frightening moments in Diker heights, Brooklyn last evening when a con Ed transformer. Exploded this happened at eighty sixth street and tenth avenue. Flames terrible terrible explosion. We're worried about the car and the corner getting blown up my heart was in my throat our back on this morning. Nobody hurt and investigation is ongoing. Democrats say they're in agreement with president Donald Trump's decision to walk away from his second summit in Hanoi. With North Korean leader, Kim, Jon democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate majority big apartment early leader Chuck Schumer. The president did not give them anything. Little..
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"diker" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"Diker is a hassle. It's e-. It's very complicated. And it's not readable. And I've always loved the idea of DSL's. I've always liked the idea to have a language. That clearly defines what you what you want to do. So I really enjoyed Cutler. And I liked the DS L feature namely, the infix methods and the Ray fides Ray fi generous which basically allows to use generis city that compile time reflection that compiled time. So I thought there was something to be done to be easier than Diker and to be maybe lighter than juice. So that's how coding was born. So one of the questions that I have is when I see I kind of also from a when we'll talk about coin. You know, coming from dot net world and having used dependence injection there. It was very much kind of being able to. Essentially have constructors. And not have to worry about passing in instances and having all of this configured on the side, and all of that was using annotate and reflection, etc. Now with codeine, I'm assuming that you follow the kind of similar approach to coin in that really. You're not using any kind of annotated. You're not using reflection. You're essentially having DSL where people create new instances of the things they need, correct. Yes. And actually, that's one of the differences with going east that could ING do use reflection in some corner cases, in some complicated cases. If you do simple stuff with codeine, then there won't be any reflection issue. Do more complicated stuff on coding than there. Probably will be a bit of reflection. Right. But when I have a class because I'm reading through the documentation, you you have actually two types of. Methods in which you can Lincoln dependencies. Maybe you could start with expanding those because I hear that there's one that's called injection and another one that is retrieval. Can you tell us the difference about these two? Well, I it's a it's a point of view, actually, it's if do you need do you want your class to be completely independent from codeine or do or do or is it, okay? To have your class used are equating because you can ask coating for an instance and desert, very easy syntax that uses property delegates. And then you just have to say either by code-named instance, or by instance, if you'll class implements an interface, which is called codeine aware, but that means that your class needs to be aware of Gooding, even by being coding aware, the interface or by having a coding object to access to and to to to use code in dots instance, and sometimes you need to write classes that are not linked to could aim because maybe you'll export them or maybe you just want to right. Stuff in a way that is independent independent from the library. And for that you can use the you can give the parameters to the constructors, and then every dependency will to the constructor and so the class will receive dependencies when it's constructed end. So we don't need to know where it comes from. And that's injection. So is it fair to say that also because I mean, looking at the examples you are using for the first one, which is the injection you'll using class constructive parameters. Whereas for retrieval, you're using properties. So would it be fair to say that you join the distinction in between dependencies being passed in via the constructive versus via properties as how you called injection versus retrieval. Yes. To me, it it all depends on the where the responsibilities of fetching dependency lies. Does it easy? It's easy the class pensively. So it's what I call retrieval the class will retrieve if only pendency or ease it they whoever creates the class to inject dependencies to that Eichel that dependency injection. So I take a look at this rights because you know, coming from even in the olden days that we had like XM out to to configure your dependencies. Yeah. I I used to have this fall, and I could tweak that to change instances. Yeah. Here. Here. I'm on writing code, right? And there's a big argument against like why so much dependence injection frameworks. Why can't I just knew of which in calling unity when right new like what are the benefits that you're providing me on using something like coating as opposed to look let me just basically fire up an instance when I need it. My only valid answer to me. There's a lot of answer to me. The only real valid answer is testing. In any toll about testing on about mucking on on about responsibilities. You know, when you are when when you're writing your code on your own then you need to test it. There's no reason not to test your codes. Maybe there is if you're writing appeal see that so opposites always good to test your code whether you're on your own team. Exactly. And when you're not alone anymore, and when there's two people or more in a single team, you always always always need to separate responsibilities. And that's what's interfaces and dependency injection low you to do it's okay. I give you the interface, and you can use this object only via this interface because that's the contract. And how I am planted shootin matter Schorr, and I'm not denying that. But what I'm saying is that you know, when I have like, let's again, take an example that you have on on your documentation, you say I have a class presenter, right? And I have a database that I'm passing in and a random generator passing in what? Why would I use codeine as opposed to when I want to actually create that class presenter? I just pass instances myself like if you're talking about XM L, you can argue that. You know, I basically can vary XML without having to re Compal code, and it can, you know, pass different implementations. If you're talking about. Independence injection frameworks that use essentially a registry and use reflection whereby I have a central point where not central point. I configure all of the different implementations that I want for all of my different interfaces. You could argue that. Okay. If tomorrow, I want to change something I just have to change it in that central point. But if we're talking about a framework where I essentially have to write some code to create these instances, then what benefit does this give me over me. Just creating those instances. What what you're describing is to me. It's the if the code has data shenanigan is do you is it good to write data as codes that? That's that's what you're asking. Right. If you're referring to data's like the configuration of the container is. Yeah. I guess. Yeah. Well, it it adds a layer of of of of certainty, which compile the combining when you write XM. Oh, then you don't really knew what you're if you're doing these rights until it until it trends and by using as compilers sufficiently fast to not be a problem to compile. I think.
"diker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I think one of the biggest things there Ricard said the other day yesterday of SOX fest is that six or seven teams when when Vegas put out odds or whoever puts out is they've put out is who is going to get Machado or Harper. And there were six or seven teams in the White Sox and not even including her good. Yeah. Even included now up until yesterday when the Padres got back involved. Everyone said it was the Phillies are the White Sox Machado. And he said dad, we belong at the table for all these all this premium talented. That's that's what White Sox fans wanna hear. If there's a guy out there. The White Sox want to be involved in sacks fans wanted that way. Sox have spent a lot of money or ton of money is everyone now would say, Yep. Yep. You hear when jed Hoyer was on? He used to be drinking games, but we don't advocate that anymore. But. Oh, rob. Dan diker? Ten minutes in everybody'd be. But so generally well educated. Leaguer though. Well, educated I think like central Michigan or wherever they even let him sound even let him housing you'll even associated with right haircut on the right? The shirt, okay. Walk. I like sometimes even talk like, you could lose your mind. So. If you. But if he's on seven minutes, he'll say a ton seven times, it's amazing. Oh, we had a ton of success in the minors last year, and you know, shifting Rizzo unhappily at time last year and a ton of improvement by okay, fine. Okay. Can you find a new word? Let's go the other thing. The other thing is people. Remember by the White Sox wanted to go after Lewis, Robert. And they did they got Louis Robert international signing at a constant twenty four million. A penalty was gone. Yeah. They've spent a ton of money, right? They got they got. Thank you, a twenty four million dollars it cost Lewis, Robert because they kinda went outside some of the rules, and they got fined for it. You know, what they got Louis, Robert? And I saw this guy yesterday. He's a monster. And when you're going to get a guy who lose Louise, Robert, Mike or Adolfo, Louis Bassano. Somebody's guys are guys who are going to be moved to make the White Sox better as a shooter bus right now. Win those guys and all the pitchers they have you know, there's a lot of excitement out there. A lot of money big money on international signings. Jurors hopefully for fan if you want Manny, and it's fifty fifty. If those were SOX fans voting or whatever, but you would think that they set aside a little money for the John Lester type move that the cubs made a year or two before let's go to the phones. I hear chip and Villa Park wants to jump in with you, Fred. Hey chip morning, gentlemen. He had questioned regarding the replay talk. I guess this could also apply to baseball as well as football. But why is it? And I know you I think you touched on a little bit before. But why not just have in oil from the league office assigned to each game in each city as opposed to sending everything back to New York? And I guess in baseball's case, for example, I recall a game a couple of years ago. White Sox Detroit close call it went against what we were getting his replay in Chicago. But the the what they said was perhaps New York got a different freed from Detroit. Right. I guess why can't you just have everything centralized in that location, and insofar as football if you have a country of games running concurrently. At the same time. What if you have controversial calls that occur at the same time in different games? Isn't that gonna delay the time that New York has to look at it to get back to your game? Chip. I'm not sure if in the NFL they have a different guy watching each game separately. If that's the case, though, why not just do it each ballpark. Wouldn't it just make it simpler, and given it gives them access to every angle that is possible for that broadcast. Right. It makes complete sense. That's why I guess it's never happened. It's it's the easiest thing in the world. Instead of instead of major league baseball in the NFL building billion dollar video replay rooms that every call goes to New York. As we should all do it. You can do it. Live in Villa Park. You can do it in Villa Park. I can do it back L downers grove. We can do it anywhere James and frigates eighty one. Fighting over. We split them. Thanks. I'm good with is they can cut some of that pie. That major league baseball has got the revenues. I'm in on it. And it will meet over a more brewing for a few bears. Sounds good. Okay. Thank you. Three three three seven seven more brewing. One of the find find a microbreweries out in the western burbs and always stood in line for an hour and a half to get a beer. There's the other day at NYU. I may sample one today after I go out and bring my car in because my window won't go up. This a bad time for your window to go up. I had that in the summer, and it was no good. Because I go, you know, what if what if what if it rains did it make a big clunking sound when it stopped working? And then it sell down like mine didn't halfway into the door halfway up. Then went down there. What halfway up then it went down. Now all the way in and I can tell it's completely off the track. Well, who is? Made his unbelievable noise. Once when I was trying to lower it, and it just only and it was only like about three hundred and fifty dollar apart better be less than that. Put your furnace is working. Yeah. We got that work for you. Yeah. The dealership later on today. That's what I got to look forward to. But you know, what they will prioritize this. You'll beat the front of the line. We'll see. Batteries. Now. We'll humor's window won't go. We'll see. All right. Leave it outside for the weekend. Cubs fans. Got a Twitter poll for you. In fact, I got a couple Tom Ridge's. Name will be an all of these next three so vote right now cub fans at ESPN one thousand. I work with his stick with me one-two-three number one, which is more important at Tom Ricketts, a or b a signing Harper. Remodeling the ballpark and the neighborhood and the building some more restaurants and the visitors locker room, what's more important to Tom Ricketts signing. Harper are remodeling the ballpark and the entire neighborhood. Number two. Should Tom Ricketts not a Jared Miller park after twenty years they had a twenty year deal with Miller Brewing at two million per year was a forty million dollars twenty year. They call it naming rights and American family insurance, huge in up in Wisconsin. Right and Wayne, Larry Ueno. I've I've heard him over the years on this Packer football, Neil WTMJ's. He's always is pitch, man. Snaps person for them. So they bought the naming rights. I never thought that had to be at least probably four million a year twenty and fifteen years. Conservative. So I'm glad you mentioned of number two shirt time Ricketts. Yes, sir. Now sell the naming rights of Wrigley field. Immediately. I'd say immediately if not sooner. What are you wind had called Hubner stadium? It can be called anything just like just like Camden Yards. It was because you always you add that along with the other one. How 'bout US cellular field? Yeah. Guaranteed rate field. I don't care if the if the organization is going to be able to make money if the organization is going to be able to make money eventually will help the team. I don't care what you call it. So number one is the stadium. It's just a ballpark which is. Fans are tipped off about this. Yeah. The the biggest question is are they still going to be serving Miller beer? Probably not. I don't know. I shouldn't say who knows Miller beer could they can his say the brewery is around the they could hit along the dole. The roof is hoping it could lead to the brewery Hank Aaron solid going off their back at county stadium back in the day. Yeah. So number one, which is more important to Tom record signing. Harper are remodeling the ballpark in the neighborhood and everything around it. Number two should tamra could sell the naming rights of Wrigley field. Could be five million a year could be ten million a year. Who knows right? Yes. Or no. And number three. Let's just distill this down. All right. Number three. Should Tom Ricketts sell the cubs. Okay. Or no vote right now. ESPN one thousand and when we return Keith law. I know that name who is one of the prominent baseball inside experts out there numbers guy and everything and he was on ESPN one thousand earlier this week. He was on in fact, yesterday about four forty five in the afternoon, that'd be Waddle and Silvy right home. He had something to say about the budget at Wrigley field. I think you'll wanna hear and we'll get back on the NFL beat onions and White Sox talk. Again at eleven o'clock. Our buddy.