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Protect Your Camera Gear from Theft
"So i have a few stories to start out with one very close to home to from the headlines just to illustrate just how crazy things are right now and it comes to real stealing camera gear and then i have. Some ideas These are things that i'm practicing in my own career But i'm going to share them with you in terms of how to protect myself how to protect yourself and how to hang onto our cameras because it feels like there are a lot of folks out there that want to take them from us and obviously we don't want to lose any of our gear that we like so much and we don't want any harm to come to anyone. The happens to be in the area at the time. So these considerations are very important. So let's start out with a few stories of what is going on now. The first one is close to home because it happened after one of my workshops in two thousand nineteen the bodega bay workshop. And this is the gas station smash and grab so one of our workshop. Participants Had finished up and he was heading back to the airport and a rental suv and he had his camera gear in the back in the hatch area of the suv and he just made a stop at the gas station and he needed to go inside to get a couple items and in that short period of time that he left his car which was locked he left it locked to go inside to get a couple of things. Someone had either been eyeballing him or you know. We're never sure exactly how this happens. But they knew exactly where to go and they went to his suv. They smashed in the back window. And that's what they do. They don't mess around. They just smashed the window. They reach in. They grab the gear in his case. I believe it was two backpacks full gear and then they speed off all in just a matter of seconds truly disappointing to hear that that happened to him. He had had a great workshop. It was one of his first workshops with us and then to have it. Finish on that note made me feel very bad and you go inside for a minute your cars locked and he still lose your gear. That's what i'm talking about the state of things right now. Now this next one was in penn. Pixel i read it on pedal pixel just today in Let me read you this. And by the way i have the link to the story In the show notes. The talkers robbed while stuck in san francisco. Traffic lose seven thousand dollars in camera gear. I don't know if you saw this or not. There's actually a video that goes with it at someone else. Videoed it happening okay and you can see that when you go to the link. Regia the text right here. This may be the modern day equivalent of a stagecoach robbery. A of photographers were just brazenly robbed. While they were sitting in traffic in san francisco robers smashed their rear window and stole a bag filled with seven thousand dollars in gear and it was all caught on camera. Abc seven which is a local news station reports that the husband and wife real estate photographers ben. And marsha of home shots were waiting to get onto the interstate eighty ip around four thirty pm friday afternoon after finishing a photo shoot near dolores park as the video above shows and so they do have the video there a dark honda than pulled up. Alongside the photographers. Prius a man jumped out quickly. Smashed the rear window smashed. They're sitting in the car. Smashes the rear window. Grab the equipment bag that was in the trunk hop back into the car and sped off. The whole incident lasted about ten seconds. Start to finish and it was caught on camera behind. By tesla driver named alex who then pulled over in exchange. Contact information with the photographers marcia. Who had been driving. The car had noticed the dark car falling them after they left the photo shoot. This is a very important point. Then estimates that his stolen gear which includes a camera lens drone in was worth around seven thousand
"dolores park" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare
"Tell us what is augmented. Do for those listening <hes>. We've made these big claims. You said you had a moment. You went enterprise side. What do you do here as they say. An office space. Well we really address. Perhaps the biggest pain points in the lives of doctors all over the country in that is the tragic fact that doctor spend hours every day on the computer on the typing clicking charting not paying attention to the patients in front or doing productive tasks horrible for the doctor horrible for the patient in patient. Experience it really for the health system. In general dad is the problem we exist to solve so weadock. Medics give doctors. Phones that they put on stands orlando urge or google glass or even these days we hop on their telemedicine calls zoom calls in an either of those three modalities. Doctors used us. Use our service. We take natural conversation between doctor and patient and from that livestream we do the documentation. Emr noting ourselves so the doctors able to focus on the patient experience and have having natural organic conversation in the background are services. Structuring filling out epic sterner. Whatever the mars better faster than what a doctor would do on their own. The saves the doctor hours a day makes him really happy and retain increase documentation faster and better better in every respect really <hes>. You're probably wondering how does that magical outcome happen. <hes> it's really <unk>. Like i like. I like to think the union of <hes>. Humans and software technology. What's going on is we're live streaming from the device from the phone or from the glass the audio and video tweet tech enabled. Remote scribe literally human thing of them as a guardian angel or a wing man from afar. And they're assisting with the conversation <unk>. They're listening in seeing as that conversation unfolds on their distilling on summarizing that too structured. Note in the mr better and faster than what the doctor would do. And that scribe is sitting in a specialized scribe cockpit which is full of automation technologies. We've built so a natural language processing note. Builder that is constantly auto expanding auto completing the note very very quickly as the conversation progresses and has been described to invoke speech recognition <unk>. Models that kick in for parts of the conversation and various other on templates and tools that have the net effect of really deep. Burdening scribe on in allowing them to be a really high quality and really quick <hes>. You do in fact need a human in the loop to to make a service like this work <hes>. You know. I i if you try to do this with so-called puree i in pure software. It just won't work <hes>. Think of it. This way can even order. Dominos pizza on my alexa or book. A delta airlines flight on my google home let alone imagined a doctor-patient conversation with head nods and concerned turning into a note. So people get little asimov in what's possible. I think that you saying that really matters. Because you know when read. And i were visiting with eric. Topol in at scripts havens says he says. Look you're not taking humans out of. We're never going to do that. And it's actually a problem to even think we would finish your thought there and then i want to transition to your contemporary this joining us here and ask you about why he's here. Go ahead well. I mean yeah i mean. I couldn't agree more. I like to say that you know. We're kind of like uber. You have to build uber before. He built uber driverless. Cars can sort of come out of the womb <unk>. Driverless cars and so our strategy an effort to improve ratios <unk>. Using technology over time using workflow mastery in huge data in size on which we have
"dolores park" Discussed on Mixergy
"DOT com slash mixer G in fact, its lowest price. Such a good operation hostgator dot com slash mixer. How. How did you get your first audience? So it's funny as we. Number One. There's a community need rates, so you have to recognize that if there's a need, people start to hear about it. They're like all. Right, so we launched our product at San. Francisco Pride so. We came up the November Twenty fifteen, and then we actually launched a product in June of two thousand sixteen, and so we all drove up ourselves. We were the marketing team ourselves. Our Street team was the C. Suite of our business We were all handing out flyers in talking to people. You know in Dolores Park. For San Francisco Pride. Walking around talking into like even even just the excitement of people being like Oh. My God I didn't realize this like I needed this I need this. And then it just naturally happened so once we launched the business we then were written up in macworld, and obviously had a ripple effect, because once macworld writes about you a bunch of other publications right about you, and then almost automatically downloaded in one hundred countries. People found out about us, and they were just like. We want to be a part of this. I WANNA be able to watch you know content of folks who look like in love like me. And then we were getting messages from people all over the world almost right away. Folks I, think someone reach out linked Dan, reach out to our CEO who's in the Middle East and basically said. Thank you so much for this. I've never been able to see a story of someone who identifies looks like me and you know. Keep doing what you're doing. You've changed my life because in so many places we take it for granted being the US the fact that we can seek where content a lot. But even just in the middle of our country, being able to see other people who identify the same way that you do in love the same way that you do it makes you feel like you're not alone. why I wonder why you'd come, I love the Lord Park screen was just there yesterday with my hammock. I wonder why you go and and promote this one on one. If feels like, it's such a time suck and you're going to get what a hundred viewers from doing that and immediate. You need hundreds of thousands. He got his start. You have to start somewhere right, so we were bootstrap to the bootstrap of like we spent our initial money on literally being able to develop the product on developing the APPS rates are very first product was on video, not built out. It was very beginning I wasn't Ott at the time as Product, that makes it easy for people to create channels right, so we were one of the very first channels. Who did this and So then it was really about San Francisco Pride. We know that there are community is literally right. They're all congregating in the same place. It was a no brainer to just get out there. Where the shirt have the flyer go talk to some votes? And then it was also hope from the perspective of. You know talking to your audience and knowing what they wanted from the beginning. Like. What would you like to see people being like? Oh? You should get this movie or you should go get this movie and like even now we're still going, and you know looking remembering that list. We kept track. To Go and get that content, yeah, that makes a lot of sense that you're starting to get a feel for what they're into, and maybe because they could be out because they could just have. There a little bit ahead of the curve. You get a sense of what's coming for everybody else so the person who's in the Middle East who has no access to any shows is not yet aware that these people are watching is what eventually they're going to crave in the Middle East. That's the vision seems like that was an awkward to go talk to strangers. I am for. Damian is definitely an extrovert. He's. He's great of these things. WHO THE NATURAL SALES GUY! Not necessarily for me, but it's like you take yourself out of it right. You're just going up and talking votes, and you make it a conversation. You're not as being like download my APP. It's like hey ever wanted to watch queer content and not have been able to let me talk to you a little bit about what we're doing here. Talk to me about what you want. Talk to me about what you're looking for as a consumer, and then it's a conversation, right? You're no longer than they ask. You will wait. What street team are you and I'm like well? Actually I'm the. That's our CEO over there. You know what I mean like it's. It's it becomes then they're just like. Oh, my goodness is amazing that you're doing this rates. It you're building. Relationship is the community. It's just an audience. Yes, the money's there. Yes, everything else is there, but you recognize your community aspect to it and when you you talk to your audience from that perspective, you built trust. I. What about this I? Think? I was at that pride parade. At Year. Because my my wife works in Tak and works with the companies that she's involved with to get them to be a part of causes that matter. And so I was at the parade. I I I. Get it, but I feel like maybe I. Don't belong here mooching off of your world here by being here by getting your beads by the getting into your music. I I don't know I felt like maybe I. I'd like did I loved it, but I felt like. Maybe, I was out of place. Did you feel any of that? I think what's really important about ally ship in. We're talking about this before is that? Brek igniting where you.
"dolores park" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project
"At like they have people watching a movie and Dolores Park and it's like a lot of places that you don't normally see in San Francisco Movies. Get Representative that in that film in a very loving way got. Tommy with sows. The room is also based in say. Yeah really and The exterior shots. The city is the best looking footage because he paid for high quality. Thirty five MIL B. Roll that Shot Custom. And there's a great shot of him and other guy throwing a football In Golden Gate Park. Where they you know. You sound like the Alice concerts. And and that's that's all San Francisco. There's the thing I always find as a disconnect between the exterior stuff and the interior stuff right. You've got the exterior if it's really shot and not shot as in it's in San Francisco. You know that one st in La that looks like it's a SF alley or something but yeah that stuff is always better than any of interior stuff. 'cause interiors hardly match and rarely match there was a during the whole? I mean maybe you didn't watch Beverly Hills Nine O. to anno- with the with the fervor that I did but there during the whole Emily Valentine's section of vh Niner They Brandon went to her apartment in San Francisco and they perfectly chose a San Francisco type apartment for her apartment What is that ridiculous yet? Weirdly enjoyable mark ruffalo ghost film with Reese Witherspoon. That's another one in which she lives in a Nice Quintessential San Francisco apartment. Oh God.
"dolores park" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"All those years. And it hasn't gotten that much. Attention new women get killed. Too much time. And it's still the same. I believe it's the same. Got too many people. They don't care. I hate it when I shouldn't talk like this, but I've even heard transgender woman say one, one woman, well, you know, she was acting up. She she was. Acting up. Doesn't deserve to be killed. Somebody was pushing on her this. That we have to become Brian, we have to come in order to stay persona is working with a restaurant in the tenderloin to get her. Play produced in a more permanent way. Persona. Looks forward to a future when she does not have to be defined by being transgender. I two time when it's nine at thing. I could time win. I don't have to identify. I don't have to say. Jenga woman. I'm. Human being and a woman why do I have to tell you all my life? I've been doing that. You know, people say. Hey, man or woman. Indeed. Say. Yes, I am. The trans pride March begins this evening, Dolores park at six PM, and they will be marching to Eddy street at seven.
"dolores park" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Org. Everyone. This is Brian, and I'm Ken Brooks weekday mornings. We host up front, two hours of conversation about what's in the news. And what should be politics technology, prisons police, what's happening in city hall, and at the state house in Washington in the streets that starting at seven AM right after democracy now on up front. And vowed white supremacists to deliberately drove his car into a crowd of counter protesters in Charlottesville Virginia killing young woman, and injuring dozens apologized to his victims today before being sentenced to life in prison on federal hate crime. Charges, James, Alex fields junior of maumee, Ohio had pled guilty in March two twenty nine thirty hate crimes in connection with the twenty seventeen attack that killed Heather higher and injured more than two dozen others. Prosecutors and fields lawyers agreed that federal sentencing guidelines called for a life sentence, but it's turns ask US District Judge Michael, or Banska to consider a sentence of less than life, hoping he would take into account fields troubled childhood, and mental health issues fields. Drove from his home in maumee, Ohio to attend the unite the right. Rally on August twelve twenty seventeen which drew hundreds of white nationalist, to Charlottesville Virginia to protest the planned removal of a statue of confederate general, Robert Lee, hundreds of counter protesters showed up, as well President, Donald Trump sparked controversy when he blamed the violence at the rally on both sides statement that critic saw as a refusal to condemn racism. Prosecutors said fields had long history of racist and anti semitic behavior and shown no remorse for his crimes. They said he is an vowed white supremacist, admired, Adolf, Hitler and even kept a picture of the Nazi leader on his bedside table. New report finds that colleges in the US are seeing more racist rhetoric on campus. According to the Anti-Defamation League report published this week, instances of light supremos propaganda showing up on college campuses, trended higher in the recently. Completed academic year that follows a major spike in documented case of cases of white supremacist, flyers stickers posters and other material in the previous academic year. The group says is only getting worse, the just completed spring semester. So more extremist propaganda on campus than any preceding semester. The AD L said with one hundred sixty one incidents on one hundred twenty two different campuses across thirty three states and the district of Columbia, the AD L report documented three hundred thirteen cases of light supremacy propaganda on college campuses between September first of two thousand eighteen and may thirty first of this year, all of them stemming from organizations associated with what's known as the old right movement. That was a seven percent increase from the previous academic year when there were two hundred and twenty. Two hundred ninety two cases that two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen tally. Mark seventy seven percent increase from the previous academic year. The AD L said, occurrences of white supremacist propaganda in non college. Settings also spiked with six hundred seventy two instances in the first five months of this year. Hundreds of people are gathering outside the stonewall inn in New York City to Mark the fiftieth anniversary of the rebellion that catalyzed a movement for LGBTQ liberation New Yorkers and visitors from around the world filed passed landmark bar today, taking photos listening to musical performances and reflecting on the nineteen sixty-nine uprising patrons at the gay bar. Resisted, a police raid, sparking days of protests and longer term, organizing that made the cause of LGBTQ right far more visible than it had been in the US San Francisco celebrates pride this weekend, culminating in Sunday's pride parade down market street tomorrow. There's the annual dyke March beginning Dolores park at five pm the group gay shame is protesting being clues in of police officers in the dyke March. The group says cops are quote the state's frontline enforcers of racism, homophobia, transphobia, and more. And or not welcome the controversy over police officers marching in pride parades has touched events in cities throughout the country, this evening, that trans March is happening, and Dolores park, the March was preceded by a brunch in the park for.
"dolores park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Its counterculture. Ready? Fertile for environmental projects all report to that is ban. Kha tayla beyond goes being out and about to delay cools who making the city green and finding out how it works starting with the everyday business of how people shop an eight by right market is one of those. Places that is uniquely San Francisco. It's a beautiful grocery store right in the heart of the mission district just a few blocks away from Dolores park, which is where I'm sitting right now. And it's a really critic sample of how people in the city shop and consume sustainably. Sam Magana is the owner of right? His dad purchase the store in the nineteen sixties the season to be reflected until you can see the green garlic and the Ps in the spring onions and the and this time of year. One of the first season. We did was build a kitchen right in the middle of the market in the kitchen is a heart and soul of the business. It is a recycling center. So when we have blemished fruit veggies that are starting to wilt, we cook it, and we sell it which in turn helps the economics of our business. It also helps the impact on the land because we're having to buy less. We're not putting this food back out into the waste stream over seventy percent of the product be by source locally, so close to achieving zero waste, which is ninety percent diversion where about eighty five percent diversion right now, all our packaging competitive or recyclable. There's still more work to be done. It's cool. How customers responded to your green initiatives? Our customers are proud. This is I think one of the things that's really special about San Francisco northern California. There's a values alignment here. This is a part of the world where the organic food movement started. So we've got a community that believes that this is an important part. Of how we should all be living our lives, right? How we should all be conducting business. Something.
"dolores park" Discussed on Unladylike
"So what's your go to drink? If I'm out at a bar. I like to drink something like a Campari and soda because it's pretty low in alcohol, and I can get it tall, and like kind of nurse. It all night. I'm a little older now than I was when I started all this. So my preference is like a slow going. Turtle like move towards intoxication. Leila's been a bar owner for most of her life. So she's got some knowledge about drinks and places to drink them. She loves a good dive bar, but says she never orders wine at one because you know, she likes better wine than most dive bars. Have I don't order why dive bars because the bartenders just crazy. Yes. I feel too weird. Honestly. But before Leila was a Campari, slow sip in San Franciscan. She was a student at a tiny college amongst the Iowa cornfields her first gay bar experience was actually in Des Moines, and she told us it was nothing to write home about something about pool tables. But Leila was young in queer during the eighties and nineties which was kind of a golden age of urban nightlife for lesbian and by women. Yeah. Get this. There was a spot in New York called the click club. And I have a feeling it was really hard for guys to find. You know what I mean? And there was one particular trip back home to New York with her girlfriend where Leila got an invitation to basically, the best night of her life and super you know, that sort of ninety s bleached blond short hair. Look Butch woman came up to me to my girlfriend who was like, hey, I'm bartending at a club tonight. It's called dagger. Why don't you guys stop by? And being like just like melting into the floor and Elting into the floor with like or Trump Dacian or? I've tried it. I believe. Just blown away, and you know, thought she was super high, and we were just swooning and so excited, and and we went because we were like that eager young. And and it was like just full of gay women, and it was just amazing to be surrounded by that just knowing that everybody in the room was also gay like me, whether they looked different from me or not had an overwhelming level of like all these things at once comfort and desire. It was very very exciting. But then of course, we sorta got back in the car and drove out to the midwest. And and these interesting cool things we're never to be seen or heard from again for quite some time in until we moved to San Francisco Leal was part of a wave of queer women who migrated to San Francisco in the eighties and nineties many settled into the cities. Oldest neighborhood the mission district. It's on the other side of Dolores park from the famous gay Castro district, but was more affordable, which is probably a Larry to anyone listening to this in the mission today since the median rent for a one bedroom is more than thirty six hundred dollars for twenty five years ago..
"dolores park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Incredible fantasy island. Yes. So there you go. Here you go four zero eight says, I'm not sure what was the worst feeling walking out of AT and T game for two thousand sixteen against the cubs. When the bullpen coughed it up that was a bad feeling. Or getting on a plane last month when I had to leave the big island to come home feeling right now. This is worse. I'm getting the mainland blues packed yet. No. Done anything. I have not my room is a disaster. It is two oh nine says in terms of Cope's coming at you. When you come at him. He says, I'm with you. Murphy says I once came at toped coves because he said a movie quote wrong. And he came at me on the text line, relentless. He is he's vicious. Four for eight says, Ronnie lucky me chills. Find away. Yeah. Ronnie's always very very inspiring being because he challenges you to be better a person listening to Ronnie, he'll he'll throw the challenge down. Can you be a better person today? Ronnie's all about like the day the moment and being you're living in the moment. Yeah. Well, we saw that how he treated Dwight. No, Ronnie is an exceptional, dude. Man. He he's listen. I don't want to get into the dirt here, but not everybody in the forty nine or family. Acted like Ronnie. Oh, yeah. Mentioned names selfish. They weren't wasn't. It wasn't convenient for them. It wasn't about them. Then they didn't want to be a part of it. Ronnie Irani roles Ronnie's wakes up every day. And he's like who can I help how? And he's just he's always out there fighting the good fight man at six five O says we need DJ shack at the next warriors championship parade disagree. Yeah. Yeah. I need DJ share with me. Look Lakers, suck Little Brown sucks. Doing his thing here and then seven oh seventy picture from Dolores park looking out San Francisco, which is a really tough deal, some anybody. Everybody stays safe. Don't breed the bad air. We're going to get a little warriors insider with Connor Letourneau on the other side. We got the face off with Krug at nine fifty. We are wrapping it up at the western Puna beach on the big island, Murphy, MAC and Cambier six eighty the sports leader..
"dolores park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A good look it over and over a Thon maker. Yeah. No Ersan Ilyasova where we didn't didn't she win the Moscow open on clay. Her son Ilias. Is that is that place? I just I'm riffing. I was I was an off the cuff indoor multi-core Ilyasova won the doubles with corner Cova at the French Open as a junior. Okay. But not not as not as a grunt as corner. Cova? Couldn't win the big one. And that thus ends your daily dose of okay. We're going to have Kevin Harlan at nine fifteen, but we can get back guys. If you want to far Hans idea after we tell you. You're listening to the Murph MAC show on kmby San Francisco, kqei FM HD two San Mateo. The sports leader got some Zayed stuff versus go to Gabe in Gilroy wants to chicken on the abbreviation argument here. Okay. Gave gaping Gilroy gave good morning. How are you? What's up? Gabe. Good morning guys. How are you? Okay. Good. So. Like, a local thing only, you know, when you say pack. Hi, I'm not a big fan of it. But it also shows your age if you're saying you don't like it. You think it's wrong. I missed the part where coq said that the show is abbreviated. I mean, I it back. Right. Well, there you go. Right. But that's the forty Niners are the Niners. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. But the question is is okay. All right. Not too. Good response. Thanks for the call. We even Led Zeppelin is led Zep. You know what? I mean. Like, everything's abbreviated. If you really start thinking about it. Yeah. So what is it about Dolo that rattles you? So me personally wants a variety of things. It's it's objectionable the sound of it is objectionable. I think Dolores park has a nice role. I think it's a beautiful than the combination of mercy were sparked very elegant, the Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey show. Yes, that's quite elegant as well. I've been for twenty years. What was that? I've been pissed for twenty years. Okay..
"dolores park" Discussed on KGO 810
"Morning, everybody. It is Sunday. Beautiful born in in this great, great state of California and beautiful city of San Francisco. We are blessed to be back here. I have my trustee co heart miss, Tiffany, the legend, the myth, the woman all wrapped in one bundle that I get to spend my Sunday mornings with bringing good content guys. We're going to be going over all kinds of stuff but first good morning. Jeff learning everyone. How you feeling good? I took my two and a half year old to Disney on ice yesterday. And it was a blast. It's kind of like a test to see if we could do DisneyWorld at Christmas time this year because we go back of every Christmas. I'm from Florida. And so it was like a little bit of a test and she loved it. And I would highly recommend it to anyone out there. If you have any kids grandkids friends aunts, uncles, whatever dogs cats. Checkout. Disney on ice. It's so much fun. And of course, we spent probably over one hundred dollars in all the Disney related Chachis, like cups and wines and Lord popcorn. But it was worth it. You made memories with yesterday. I was doing something somewhere else with Jack's. She and I walked from her place over to Dolores park. I got to see some antics got to see us f- PD in full effect. You know, taking care of some of the riffraff, we weren't behaving themselves. Let's put it that way. But overall is a great thing. And you know, it just leads me into something here that I does. Absolutely. I've been doing a lot of research for the show and just for my overall real estate business, and I'm looking at the different counties throughout California predominantly here in the bay. But we have a large reached out majority of the state. And so I want to pull up a couple of different canons go over some fun stats here. Humboldt county. They are definitely not the San Francisco Bay prices. But it's a great.
"dolores park" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Arguer someone with a clipboard gave me a mean face when trying to walk to the bathroom should be people block in the hallway to grab the nice tripod get your own and then put them in walk, a beautiful tracking shot. You set up here. It'd be ashamed of something where to happen. That's right. Exciting times. They're probably great jobs in the very nice too. Yeah. Except except in there working in the deadly serious. Well, Bod cast. Oh yeah. Video game stuff. Okay. And stuff this week, it's about okay games or stuff in the wheel. I like me and. XFL. Fuck the XFL. You see the thing coffee. One of the, I think maybe the spokesman of XFL was out there saying, what? If you could the players? How is there still a spokesman for the they just they are the process of relaunching it. Oh, wow. If a player does a particularly cool play, but if you could just van mo- him Atip. What if you could go fuck yourself? What if you could ship in for his health care when he breaks? Yeah. Yeah. Here's gofundme me. Yeah, like will the will the XFL players, independent contractors just like the wrestlers are. Yeah, sure. And fright pay for insurance. Vince McMahon is not going to peel off billion to fund his shitty football league. Like I'm still like I feel like they're like, what are the odds that thing ever actually they actually play a game or off thing that came along in the wake of like, man, people don't like it when people kneel at these football games. What if we started a league where you didn't do that and like the most fucked up way imaginable like really shitty ball on the back of your kneecap and don't kneel down, you're just out of the league. Right? So the the idea that there was new XFL news was was like shocking to me that way. I have it be the most fucking dystopia n- fucking sport thing. What if you could tip the players? Well, actually you have to tip Pizza Hut and Pizza Hut will. The player directly. Why you figure the player is going to be delivering pizzas in the off season to make ends meet. So why not? I, I would rather see some kind of twitch plays XFL scenario where their traps and stuff on the field shirt, it'd be more or less crowdsource triggers certain certain obstacles that would be then almost like the what? Is it the e, the f. one electron ick e one fucking forget what they call it the the electric car f one offshoot. Oh, yeah. Trying to make a peel to a younger demographic by having we gonna blast EDM during the race. Raid green shells at each other while. So that's the thing is there is a fan boost concept where like whoever gets the most tweets gets fucking turbo boost because their electric cars and they can do all the fly that the car will exceed its limitations. Steering wheels already looked like a giant game, two drives. Yeah. Next next logical step? Yeah, it's it's fifty laps of racing and then two matches of smash fifty more of racing, so everything, everything you love combined into one thing. I did see some footage of this morning of their starting to shoot races with drones. Oh yeah. That's just a real. Colorado shootings just now. But I mean, I didn't tap for some good clean -fession looking footage of it. Okay. Looks like fucking force a game. Like it's cool shit like that. Literally just like like probably tracking to the car. So it's like swooping around these two cars. Just like the car footage looks awesome. Hi enough or the the drums probably up just high enough. And you're and you're hearing the roar of an engine, see provocation here the drone. Yeah, but you know, it's there right there following every move you do. They're always cameras pointed at the races. I don't know. That's yeah, but I. A drone following us drone. I've been attacked by drones in San Francisco. We'll we'll time. So. Yeah. Like what? How big a drone one time it was a little guy, but then what time it was pretty trying to deliver you perito. No. So we thought it was like she's or something laying on our stomachs just hanging out and Dolores park, and we hear this buzzing and we're like, oh, no, it's b.'s going to turn around vaguely swat your arm around as if you know what you're doing, but turned around it was a fucking drones..
"dolores park" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"So basically we split the rent three ways and we'd like really super fucking looked out. We got this no eve Bali apartment, which for those who live outside of California America cetera is crazy man. So he's three ways. We the one shitty apartment building in Novelli like sandwiched between some fancy ass houses. Let's say it was while the carpet and the carpet was very, oh, it was the same color as walls. It was like it was like Megan, a mental institution. Dude, how dare you trigger me live on stage. Oh, just kidding. All you guys are so sensitive. My people. Thank you. Know grit really appreciating. So there we are painting the walls and then all of a sudden the gallon of pain. How does it even fall to be fair you doing this system, which I remember Alex, which is so Alex. I don't remember this from my injury. Alex is like, Unal think that's a good thing. It'll good way that you're doing that we had never been cured. Put the pan. Can't you would put the paint can on top of the ladder and then move the ladder even though with tall ladder and you kind of and you like went around the room that way, and you're doing great. And then like I think three quarters of the way through the pink, Kansas, Phil, okay. First of all, and you were up to. We did not go to the hospital. First of all, as I recall it was that I would put the paint can up there with me on the ladder and take the pink canned down and then move the ladder. And then one time I left the pink can't up and move the ladder. 'cause I'm not six feet tall. Shortest person there. Painting my little bit off long story, short gallon of paint fell on my head, and I had to make sure I was alive. Oh, good times. We loved it. Every second, though we loved San Francisco reloaded. When I missed most weight, I feel like somebody said something. I said, no hecklers. You can't give them attention. Otherwise, they'll continue to shout at guys. This is a podcast that goes out to a lot of people a lot of places. Okay. They can't hear your muffled cries. All it is is a lull for them. Okay. Okay. I'm. Thank you. It's one of the many things I love about what it's like. Applauded yourself. So. How every day. One of the things about San Francisco, did we love? We loved each other's company. We live all my God and we all my God. Okay. So we were walking distance to mission to like El Rio burritos, the knockout vergamo amazing. Although Although room. room, oh, that one time I that one brownie from Dolores park. Dude. So Dolores park is a place where people go to be naked. I think. It's a beautiful love that about the Castro to I love that people are just naked there think I love it too. Who lives in Castro. Love you guys went to Louis park. I don't remember what it was some festivus I suppose. And I bought a brownie because do you remember the person that sold me the brownie. Were they wearing like a fairy outfit. Oh, no, no. Who who was it? Who sold you? That Brown. I remember I feel like I remember that maybe with me actually move shit. I know you said you were going to wear very crown, but you didn't. Nine. I got this rainbow bright belt who knows rainbow bright. Thirty three years old. No, I bought a brownie from very cute person. Oh, that's one of the what's killing it. Now, one of the many dangers of San Francisco ladies and gentlemen is a people here are cute, and nowadays they're probably rich. I actually had a little sad spiral moment on the plane here because I was like, I'm the only person on this plane headed to San Francisco who is not clearly like a beautiful techs vont and I just I, I'm not a part of that. I don't see you as a Texas. If you didn't it like, honestly, if you didn't smile as much. Straight up. And you were like a little bit more like, I don't care how you feel in response to my physical presence..
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"Point and you can meet people like Dolores park over the weekend. Right? That when the weather is nice, a ton of people are there and a great place to hang out through friends. You get to meet others the professional setting? Yeah, greasy tweeter linked teen may be the on the spots for you have a lot of certain dependent. Yes. So let's talk about products you love or apps you love. Are there some maybe new additions to your home screen or things that use at home that change your life or outside of your biotic machine Alexia definitely. Gonna put it, but, but in fair, my harness my Freda Kalaheo of course here definitely changed my life. Things have changed my life. I'm really into things that are saving me money right now when I was in the hospital for this thing last month, I somehow save money and I looked into my Bank account and I was like, you know, why wasn't taking Hooper and lift everywhere. And so it was it was crazy. It was a thousand something dollars in just transportation costs or more. And I finally realized why people want the scooters I was like, okay, well, what if I today I was like, what? If I scooter everywhere. Definitely not. Definitely not Nikos freaking out tone to where sees Nico. We need to take risks, but I'm I'm using a company called true Bill that alerts me at any point in my credit card history when something looks weird. So it alerted me that I had a fee for something other day or that my phone Bill is too high. And I love that because I, I'm a price onset of consumer. I like moment, which is. Really. That's your price sensitive in bus. That goes both ways. Moment which I just brought up. Which tells you about your screen time. I, I'm really loving an app called, we croak. Which reminds you five times a day that you're going to die. Yeah, it's a digital memento Mori. I love that because nothing makes you spend your time. Better than reminding reminded that you don't have very much of it. Yeah, there's forgetting the name, but there was a product on product in a chrome extension that every new tab has a countdown clock for the day that they expect you to die based on, you know, average life expectancy and everything. Yeah, I haven't played with that myself. I don't know if I want to remind you every day. No, it's so it's not depressing..
"dolores park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Always great Sean Dunton had. Like that that was, good. Stuff man and, he, said well we were talking. About that he learned how to pitch in a guy who comes up with. Raw talent throwing that hard and kind of makes you think about Derek Rodriguez a little bit because you were talking about how he. Was converted another guy who comes, to, mind Joe Nathan guy who was an infielder converted to a pitcher and became a. Great closer so these guys are just like, you said you call. Sean Dunston a student of the game makes me think, Trevor Hoffman same kind. Of thing you're developing your learning and one of the all-time great relief pitchers and closers. In baseball we've got a number of these little cuts about a minute to that Raph is putting together that will get. Coordinated on. All, right oh and Poindexter joins us from. The, athletic oh and how? Are you I'm doing great mardi we are live from Dolores park. In San. Francisco, so I think I found the one. Quiet, portion of the park You? Hear some hooting and. Screaming not me all right we love it we. Love Dolores park a great part of Dolo mardi is that okay Well. I remember Madison Moments. At, Dolores. Park, adult hey Adam Owen what's. Going on with the giants the offense the pitching is, the best in baseball almost since June but the offense keeps going south every other week we talk about what's going on with the. Offense, here Yeah I mean they kind of hit hit a perfect storm of almost everything going wrong. There's a. Big power outage across that almost the whole lineup guys, like mccutchen cropper it hasn't been doing anything Allen Anthon had a big moment now he's not doing much Kind of run out of theme They're not really getting much from any of those. Guys and no one's doing everything they have no one who's just, stepping up and carrying the lineup Guys I during a little bit, of power but it's been a rough, few weeks here and also you know they're they're losing one, run game, they took a couple here and there but but.
"dolores park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Protests across the nation demonstrations against president trump's policy of separating children from parents when illegal immigrant families are detained at the border boston the seat of a large protests that attracted about five thousand demonstrators according to police wbz's karyn regal with more on our top story in the heat thousands gave off energy will break signs criticizing the president immigration officials the mic was crackly a senator ed markey spoke donald trump says that he wants to make america great again donald trump wants to make america kate again i spoke to emma originally from thailand she's an american now from quincy now how do you feel when president trump is all these comments about immigrants and what have you i can't take it i immigrants as an animal no on the common karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty in san francisco thousands take to the streets kcbs reporter general lane is with those marching for mission dolores park to the city's civic center protesters don't want to be written off as left coast liberals they say they opposed immigration policy under the obama administration to but the outrageous increase the racism that underlies this blatant racism it's not even underlying later as the march of thousands caused traffic gridlock several drivers honked in solidarity doesn't feel like being stuck at all it was like being involved geno lane for cbs news san francisco wbz news time three thirty.
"dolores park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Brad stevens lengthy quote about lebron after the game i don't think i dearly good actually i should have had mit rolled in maybe we'll play later in the show he said he's unbelievable he says you know we've played now until may twenty fifth and may twenty seventh the last two years and we started on september twenty fifth and that's every day like every day that you're totally focused on this and he's gone past that eight straight times stevens again it's ridiculous and he doesn't at this level with the pressure with the scrutiny he said it doesn't matter he goes on it's just unbelievable again our goal going into the series was to make him exert as much energy as humanly possible and you know for the most part i thought we were pretty good at that and you know multiple times now here in boston in td garden held them under a hundred three games in the eighties but he still scored thirty five it's a joe lhota guys unbelievable eighth straight trips to the final line thirty five points fifteen rebounds by the way on the floor all forty eight minutes lebron james my caps off to your home final hyundai the week murph let's get to it quick and other pockets taken my guy your guy haley he's everybody's guy he's dolores park guy if you got a spare trumpet you give it to klay thompson at lowest part you'll let them croak out a couple of notes quickly game six klay thompson kicking that door down and saying we are not going home game high thirty five points thirteen to twenty three and nine buddy nine three pointer second all time in the postseason only two is eleven and okay see but those nine three pointers audit felt damn good enough to draymond green standing on the oracle logo retired at sixty nine i just ran a baseline strength very few and he opened up he's on fire warriors basketball we're accustomed to we haven't seen a lot of that here they tap was won by james harden but back to steph curry four thirty seven to go curry dribbling out on the left side ran around the thompson catching klay thompson news to dominate outside winding up your goal bearing in play was amazing tonight not just the thirty five points and the nine threes but his defense the guy's a machine i mean he's he's just so fit.
"dolores park" Discussed on Recode Decode
"The today show is brought to you by ibm technology today has never been smarter but smart only matters when you put it to good use together we can build a smarter future for all of us let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart hi i'm karen swisher executive editor rico you may know me as the only person in dolores park eating completely guten rich chocolate chip cookies but in my spare time i talk tech and you're listening to rico decode from the box media podcast network today in the red chair one of my favorite journalists michael pollen and he's the best selling author of several books most famously the omnivores dilemma he's written a new book called how to change your mind what the new science of psychedelics teach us about consciousness dying addiction depression and transcendence that is going to find michael welcome to recode decode thank you i'm having trouble remember to the side so i read it properly every time so people but it is let's just say it's called how to change your mind so let's i want to go into your background i because i think people obviously do know you're so well known as a writer especially around food and i know that's really you've made your fame although you do write about nature really i think i wrote about food i was really my my master subject has been the human engagement with mantra world right food is obviously very important part of that we changed nature more through our eating choices than anything else we do whether you're talking about the land the atmosphere the composition of species but if you go back before that i've been really engaged in this symbiotic relationship we have with other species and these other these domesticated species are ones that sort of get ahead and evelyn by gratifying our desires and some of those desires you know i've looked at intensively food beauty things like that but the desire to change consciousness weirdly enough is a universal human desire there's no there's no culture the there's one exception which is the inoue have and they just because nothing good grows where they live but as soon as they go to canada or something.