17 Burst results for "Drill Hall"
"drill hall" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast
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"drill hall" Discussed on The CyberWire
"The metro concourse side of the pentagon was two sides away from where flight seventy seven crashed into the pentagon flight. Eleven hit the world trade center. Zero eight forty six in flight. One seventy five did the same zero nine zero three but since we were in a briefing nobody in the auditorium knew what was going on when flight. Seventy seven hit the pentagon around zero nine thirty seven. We heard the firearms go off but everybody in the auditorium treated it like another fire drill hall Yawn here we go again. You know the pentagon's really old. You know we have false alarms all the time. I did hear a loud noise prior to the alarms but it sounded to me like somebody had dropped a big stack of dishes off a table on the ceiling above us. I didn't hear a plane crash though. The retirement briefer typically was still going through a slides but we were hearing a lot of commotion in the hallway. Finally the brief percents something like. Hey somebody take a look in the hallway to see if there is actually a fire somewhere. That's when we saw the large crowd of panicked people running in the hallways and the enormous cloud of smoke billowing the air through the inside windows that overlook the courtyard in the middle of the pentagon..
"drill hall" Discussed on ActionPacked
"To tell us all about it. The film used the Marine theater as the canteen. Also the Wardrobe and make-up department. So for a good couple of weeks, we were full of all of the costumes and hats and all the extras local people would come down, They're ordinary clothing and then reappeared rest ready for the Merion Inn film. So it was wonderful and whilst they were all here they to use theater Square to relax and so as I glanced out of my office window, I see all the extras gathered having their sandwiches and whatnot in full costume. It was wonderful. It was very exciting to be part of the film. The town was full of excitement when all of the big lorries and all the film crazy here. So it was really special for us to be involved. Are you going to have a screening of the film here in the theater? We very much hope to have a screening of the film. Like I say with so many local people playing a part in being extras and so much of their time with spell spent being involved with the film. It would be lovely to have a screening. It'd be nice to have more than one and we'd like to have a week ideally the theater first emerged in 1836 as a saltwater bath house. It was right above the ocean so they could pump the water up from the ocean straight into these enormous baths where people would come and loll around in the water as a cure for their ailments. So that's how the building first appeared then it changed into a sort of drill Hall a drill Hall Theatre. Its had lots of different uses a cinema, but we've had the stage and we had Being having entertainment on stage four hundred and twenty-five years. We celebrated our hundred twenty fifth anniversary this year just gone with a very special performance with sir Ian McKellen. It's a great year many. Thanks Gabby and we wish that goes well for the next hundred and twenty-five years. Last year's Patty how no doubt back from yet another day searching the beach. As I said earlier Patty was the Apostle hunting coach for Kate Winslet who plays month ending in the film Patty. What did this exact involve? Just making sure that the you have the right fossils in the right place that everything looks right the right sort of tools all of those things. So we've never been possible. Can you tell us a bit about it? How you do it sure. It's fairly simple really? So most of the time it's walking around looking at the ground. So you're just looking but you're looking for things which are not everything else you're looking for those things which are above everything else. So you're looking for symmetry regular shapes repeating patterns things like that and most things we find are actually just just just laying about on the ground. We also learned to recognize particular rocks, which we break open wage. Contains some of the better fossils. What's been your biggest fan? Personally? Oh gosh, that's a really difficult question. The literal biggest fossil is an XTS or skeleton which is in the geology gallery and thoughts. So Nick named Kevin and he's 5.6 meters in length. I have found a couple of new species of plant which haven't been described a new genesis and species of crab..
"drill hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The best of the Armstrong and getting show. So here's an interesting thing that happened to me during our two weeks off. We ended up in the e R at about 10. O'clock at night. Downtown Big City. Oh, We're going to meet, But here's what I learned. Here's the punchline. Here's the If I ever have to go to any are short of chest pain where it's like, you know, you got to get there right now. I can't breathe, right? Drive to a suburb aural area, it would be faster and much safer. And better. Yes, I've heard that advice more than once. It's funny. I had never heard that If I had heard that I would have done that we happen to be. We're visiting. Ah, my wife's cousin was in town, and they had rented a house on a barrier being beaten. So we're meeting and blah, blah, blah. All that stuff and it was cool. May had a two year old my kids like that neighborhood. That was really great. Very nice on DA, But we were We happened to be just blocks from major downtown like the major Downtown E R. And I knew sounds great. If you need the handy I knew exactly where it was. I didn't have to Google map and panic and figure out where to go. I know exactly where it was from when I used to cancer treatment. I was right there. So, eh, so we're all headed to the park. Kids are gonna play a little bit before we order pizza. We actually already word pizza is going to be awhile. Holiday and kids. Good parking somehow or another won't blame. Anybody certainly wasn't um Oh, boy. Laura gets her hands smashed solidly in the car door thumb just like completely in there. She's trying to pull her hand out. Oh, Ling, she can't think right. All right, All right. All right. All right. First with the Mexican cartel thing earlier this morning Now this going alright. Go on. I'm sorry to hear that happened. So it is tough to hear. Finally get the door opened. She's going. Oh, my God. She looks at it and said, Oh, my God, I didn't see it. But she says, Oh, my God! Oh, my God. I said we need to go to the E R. She said. Absolutely. We have go to the E R immediately. That kid's Henry's actually running around the car like it's a Chinese fire drill hall way, which is, you know, it wasn't funny at the time. Obviously, he's in a panic is Mom's right? It's kind of funny when I think about it. In retrospect, it looks kinda cute. Yeah, just miss, but he's got energy doesn't know how to dispense it. So just trying to help. What do I do there, right? Anyway. So I get the kids in the car drive like the two blocks to the downtown E. R. S o. He got the whole fam there. What else you got? Kids is the worst part of being in the downtown E. R. At night on a Friday night full of drunk stoned homeless people avoid. Full of them, and they're being treated just like there Anybody else with health insurance? Who showed up who are having their many times you end up in the air in your whole life who are having their three or four times in their life? Time? Go to the E R right. Which is why it is for most of us. And those air. The frequent fliers, emergency room doctors, nurses, orderlies, please mail bag and Armstrong getting dot com. If you want to tell us about the frequent fliers, and so you know, you're you're showing up to the art. You gotta wait in line behind. I don't feel so good. All right, Jim. What's What's the problem? I need to lay down, Okay. And then they go through the full filling out the paperwork. Checking the viol. Everything. What? There. There. People holding babies. Yeah, looking really panicked parents. If you've never had a sick baby, and you don't know what's going on, waiting in line behind homeless effing drunks. To get checked in at the E R and going through the full fill out the paperwork treated seriously just and they know him by name. They actually called some of them by name. Ah, and they get him a bed. Which you know whether or not you should get a better law. I don't know. But at least say, Jim, sit over there. You're here every night. I know what your problem is. You're drunk. I'm going to help the woman who's got the smash Some other kids are crying. I'm gonna help that lady who's holding an infant. I can't tell what's wrong with it, right. You dare do that. How screwed up is the world We're in point I was born a way, not to mention the fact. That trying to get my white checked in. She couldn't do paperwork. Anything like shit. She's moaning and holding her thumb and there's blood and everything like that. I'm trying to figure out the insurance stuff like that. I was scared to death for my kids because you got the stolen over to my kids and trying to talk to him Freaking insane. Oh, it's absolutely it's I had trouble wrapping my head around it. That is not the way of first World functioning society should work. I pay How many thousands of dollars for health insurance. I show up the and my I'm frightened for my Children. And my wife's waiting in line behind. Drunks were there to get a bed. Oh, and I guess their main thing is one of the nurses told my mom my wife. I don't color my mom going. Dr Freud. Diana Freud Emergency room. I need a team of therapists. Ah, why I sometimes would explain it. I took one psychology class in college. Oh, we definitely need transition music for this..
"drill hall" Discussed on Probando probando
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"drill hall" Discussed on COZY ZONE with Ben Weber
"One person because you have this wonderful ability to make it feel like you're the you're the only person in the room that you make me feel like I'm the only person so like what if there was a show where where truly the is member is the only person that room and you are following following your with Ben. Whoever that character is it's it's kind of interesting thank you? That's why I love that. It's it's it's interesting and it's very generous. That's so nice. I love that I love that so much. Thank you for me. I think that drew magic power I I perceive is your ability to be down to earth and humble and grounded in these extremely extremely impressive situations like you work at the Park Avenue Armory which for me is an extraordinarily imposing and like stage. First of all I mean it's this gigantic drill hall that is filled with these like unbelievably high budget pieces pieces of theater. And you do projects there and the way that you talk about the projects that you do there is just like it. Sounds so mundane. This is just another place place to work. There is no difference between like a small little basement of a synagogue. And this like unbelievable. Oh you regal place. It's funny I I appreciate so much. Say It's funny. I think over the years I think it's been somewhat conscious of like trying to Maybe has something to do with making Peter for young people like. There's no I don't feel compelled to be thrust forward to be the first person to speak or even naming lights I I actually I find so much joy in like creating a situation a theatrical situation and then sort of sliding back into the shadows I was once at a place like this. It wasn't this place where I was sitting there. We're having a doing some work like writing or something and a couple of next to me was talking about the show the trust side pictures and they didn't know I was a part of it They were talking about it up in a way and they're talking about this other show he made. This is bizarre and then once with some colleagues of ours. Someone congratulated a colleague colleague on the show. They were in. But congratulations so beautiful on unaware that I had project letter written in the show and I was like this is awesome. Like it's. It's really fun to set up situation to let other people feel successful because into right. There's there's something selfless about it inherently anyway. Somebody said you can't. You can't immerse people bull in a contemporary setting because they're already immersed in like I can't create an immersive theatre show set in two thousand nineteen because we already living twenty nineteen and Mike. That's really interesting. So what does that mean does that mean and I immediately thought about it in terms of generational timeframes. So like what's the how. How how far do you have to go back to truly provide an escape from our reality to another world like a currently I think of like the one thousand nine hundred and you could make a theater show? That's like all stranger stranger. Things is a good example. Of how much like so wrapped up in it yet. Like if that Sean come out. Maybe ten years ago or fifteen years ago would we have been so interested of viewer to like take over the art world like what what is your. What is the rain of Drew Peterson? Look like I was talking to our dear friend Jonathan about this the other day. Who is Jonathan Schmidt Chapman? If you're listening to this who will actually be here later and he says such incredible mine in Hawaii Realm. I'm and I often thinking about things in theatre for young people or or even what. I've been calling Makita for all audiences because when we go I think a good show for young people or piece of culture for young people works for an adult to like. It's not like oh well thanks for the little kid but you know I don't. I'm not interested in that town for a summer. Every two years or every year is is completely taken over by new commissioned progressive artistry that might have a life beyond that festival some of it it might but much of it is completely an experiment at the commissioning whims of the artistic programmatic team of the festival. Holtz city town surrounds itself with and advocates for it. And I've been Manchester Catholic three times with the armory which has been wonderful wonderful and lovely and I've seen some crazy things and stuff. That's completely wonderful and Hair blows was your hair back and some that you're like what is is this like how. How did somebody pay pay for this? What is it and I just there's something so attractive about in an ideal world wouldn't it be fascinating. If many not even in New York I think of all the beauty and charm of like these up near upstate. New York towns like Hudson or beginner dinner Kingston where you have these old industry buildings. That are derelict. And you see what if you could have a festival of the most emergent work in the country that might not live on in this remote place that people had to go to not quite like burning man but like that. It's it's like if you were going to. Let's call it the Kingston Festival you knew you were going to see people really be challenging themselves to make some of the most emergent artistry in the field and I think that also comes out of the white trustees psychic was born of what this real call to arms for like what is what is high quality united states-based artistry for Young People look like I don't mean to get patriotic about it. There is something interesting about that to me. Like what does it mean to be an American making art now well and for young people and what is it that place. What is its place in the global a global stage? I really interested in that. So it's you know it's it's it's funny. It's like not even world domination. The war at home lies within like carving a progressive identity and culture making for young people. It feels like farm-to-table theatre for young people like if you could create the stone barns of meter for young people somewhere far are we. The people had to go to seek it out that seems so enticing and sexy and attracted to me it feels even if it wasn't good like people would come in. I don't know what that was is but like people are trying things. I love that I think that's so sweet. Speaking of commissions and commissioning new work work at drew. I love our conversation so far but we also have an opportunity here to work together to commission a new you work of public art with funds from Cozy Zone Foundation. We've been given an extraordinary budget by one of the trustees. This is a two point six two million dollar budget to create a piece of public art uh-huh and this comes from the daily income of three New York area bridges and tunnels so that that's nine hundred ridden forty four thousand dollars taken in from the George Washington Bridge every day. We got one point one four million dollars taken in from the Verrazano narrows is bridge every day and clocking in at five hundred forty thousand dollars from the hugh l Carey tunnel formerly the battery tunnel. Rookie Battery Yeah. Yeah Very Nice. So so with a whopping two point six two million dollars I've been given a dossier here actually We can take a look at so. I'm seeing a A design proposal a call for artists roundabout at one twenty Eighth Avenue and Cook Circle City of Horton Colorado. And it's the details of this cohesiveness between the landscape and the artwork Creativity reflecting the history of Eastlake community and embody the values of agricultural history agrarian lifestyle and wildlife so seems to be a commission around artistic mission around the town that's really bridging content and form to the location where it's made and particularly in this town. Now what are you seeing in terms of this site. Looks like it's like a roundabout it. It's definitely in a roundabout sort of looks almost like Columbus Circle type looking looking thing where highway in another road to sort of major thoroughfares converge. Ground Sixty five feet in diameter No height restriction to this proposal on nicer curious more pictures it looks like a fairly rural area. Looks like farmland and fields. I'm seeing railroads. Little fields of plants. 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"drill hall" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"So nice and he does secret nice things so next this Z.. Is is in the show and South Mr Bingley. ooh Do you Mr. You're welcome. Yeah so it's normally Friday Saturday Sunday. The first three weeks right or is the first thing we Friday Saturday Sunday and then the third week is Thursday. There is a Friday Saturday but we have sold out the first Sunday and the second Sunday we have about twenty tickets. Oh my gosh that's gift. So how. How do we get the tickets? You can go to Farmington players dot org an purchase your tickets online or you could give the box office a call and I don't have that number handy that's okay we'll get we'll get we'll grab it. We'll we'll put it on all of our socials. Yeah So you're gonNA go see it. I'm excited we're going to drag a UH I'm GONNA drag some other people to come see that'd be like 'cause it's a good middle point for a lot of my friends from college just be like girl Number Applebee's in college. I'm going to go to that applebee's that's in between November But one or whatever yeah buyer Faleh memory one that one dude. I used to meet their meet. People there all the time it was just like applebee's like people things on Harry. Good location applebee's all the time. I'm like you got staple. Oh my gosh. My took my needs to eastern campus for the game and everything and she literally like every everywhere we went was because it caters to both you and Commu and M.'s. And she'd be like we need to pick that one because it's eas- were ease. Oh cute it doesn't matter it's just like it matters like we're going to the eastern Games independent educated with this loyalty so fun but Outta Outta here about about Jack O.. Giant oh we went so. His Christmas party was at this huge family. They rented a hall and they like Drill Hall for like the the day in the game set up and all this stuff they all. He's one hundred times talk to him and I was like okay. You didn't prepare me and I have a huge family so I'm like cool and every person that I would meet they'd be like wow. Wow this is awesome. He's going to mess this up and make a joke and be like oh we'll see how long he keeps me around and and he goes. Yeah I'm pretty sure you're somebody else was like. Yeah I'm pretty sure it's could be the opposite like family does not think highly of you at. Oh Oh like other siblings air and you're just like hanging. I didn't get the hot one. Excuse me can you introduce me to your cousin and you only ever had the only he only had a sister but but no but then you know 'cause we've already talked about this on the show my my my college boyfriend. Yeah Lord Mountbatten on Mount Bannon Mountain. His family and it was Christmas. It was time and his mom. They all got pretty blitzed and his mom pulled me into the kitchen was like you should date my other son got it. I'm going to stick with the one I showed up with look like Oh that's Hafer Jazz. went the other brother like how aww that make anyone listening. We're I love this. I'm sorry we're totally coming into this. Show it's should absolutely see the show. It's such such a good theater. It's got a good vibe vibe. There's no bad seat in that. How who Everything's I'm really excited to see it. It's GonNa be really good. I designed the set costumes are amazing. The here's phenomenal here is phenomenal do Also my friendly like I'm just saying all over the place Eh. feel pain keep keep it in mind be a human who treats humans like humans this holiday like if you see somebody belts not treating humans like humans just like hey not cool and remember that retail employees are humans and who deserve your patients. And you're everybody's going to get what they need in proper time. It's not our there's fifty people in line. Just be nice. Be patient everything. Everything will go better this way. Now now we've come to the time of the show that we like to call. What are we doing? I I've got a couple for okay. I in passions. First Impressions are crazy Z.. Messages sent on sites or crazy encounters in real life all right. This guy's name is Philip Duke of an Bergh. Hey Phil do fees thirty six and his job says want hookups. Got Big One at not be. FM has anybody know what that means. All I thought he meant like I'm not like bull crapping. You know maybe maybe amy. I'm so then it says he's his twenty miles away from me when I took the screen shop over that means macy's twenty-four miles away. Thank you you're all trans blading. I don't speak fluent douchebag so sometimes there here for the assist has I hate show judgmental people. I believe you can learn something from anyone. I got a big one. What hookups like? Why do people? I got a big one and honestly he's start guy who's like made the decision. I want like tattoos but I don't know if I I want them to mean things or if.
"drill hall" Discussed on Uncommon
"So many people have a revolution well it was about the size so if you take the top five digital banks in the UK rough numbers at the mall together they're the fifth-biggest Bank not that have over there we'll have it here but so you can actually say how many customers switch banks right and so two of the four bigger switching banks in the UK Monzon styling with that in mind we look at how current customers so we have we have announced publicly that we have one hundred thousand customers people ask me all the time have fast is it growing and you know like H- how how do you sustain that growth and Elizabeth things putting that Assad if we continue to grow the current right so it just frames the way we think about the products that we bring to market and the innovation that we want to drive but then more than that we also think about whether we want to be in a lot of digital bank rise journey so what we can do is we can sign up those Young customers and AL largest age group of customers today is nineteen and fifty percent of our customers is between sixteen and twenty four so so the costing you might say is well we've all your customers fifty percent of them between sixteen and twenty four how do you monetize them that'll people always say right well it doesn't really matter because if you take them on the journey and the journey this is a ten twenty thirty beyond journey so in the next ten years all of those nine hundred dollars between on in the next ten years at twenty two they'll be thirty not so eventually those people are going to want was of interest those people are GonNa want insurance they're going to be doing share trading they're gonNa want superannuation that in fact our customers today we'll be the titans of industry in twenty years from now they'll be the people running the company he's in Australia so if we can grow up as a bank with them and helped power their lives then that's all we need for a strategy doesn't have to be any more data than that that's a brilliant what to think about it and I know that you've always been a product centric finke I guess I've seen that many interviews that you've done principally that easy fundamental first principle for you when did how did that come along to you and how do you sort of grain that today now as in not only are you a technology led financial service company but you know do you make sure that your budgets only account for x percent in marketing and the bulk of it in productivity like how do you think about in grinding it into your diet dying to wake I'll think about it a lot and there's no silver bullet is not an easy answer but the way I've settled on it in recent times and I spend a lot of time in the last seven years or so working hand-in-hand with Anson right lion is ahead of product according to chief imaginer the wire side is that we pay him to think and and it sounds like a dream job but it's actually very difficult job pressure but what I love is the creativity and thinking about things differently so if you'll asking what does AL product strategy the wild robbing the moment I did a conference actually was traveling so I just stepped in for him so I was just like a pretend Anson for the day but what I did was at directions and what I what I realized in the Granary look I'll have to change the slides because it had dawned on me yet to answer your question is that engagement is their product product is not a financial service financials services Powell off financial services a bunch of things that you need to buy a house to pay for education to travel to buy an IPAD to bring up your kids to pay for IT hi Sean all those things are things that you want to do in your off and it's the old you know the drill hall denied the drill or do you need the hall you know those questions is that if you think about why they also have Tony Bookshelf you have lot Elon Musk Ryan a a lock tessler and draw tessler unless I'm very passionate about the way of thinking and so for me if engagement is that product than anything we build is about how do we engage with our customers lobs how do we might they lives easier how do we help them with automation have we helped them achieve they love goals think about it so that then the financial services become instead of being products they become services yeah Um and so those services can then POW people love so right now when it tools in a talk is over right now when you sign up for up you don't go through a sign up process to get a transactional account and then another sign up process to get a savings account and another son that process to get a you know digital wallet and then another sign up process that's not how it is you sign up for an advocate you download the APP we saw up for an applicant and then you're an customer up solder and then you get whatever it is delivered through that apricot and and at the moment would live four products through the APP so you get a hydra cyber we sort of now desert coleman interest-bearing because the interest rates but the interest bearing account you get a transactional account you get a round up you get a digital wallet yeah so in terms of like products you're getting three or four products all in one you don't have to go and sign up for another product so when we launch is absolutely height that thanking customer yeah so those things that you mention and like when we launch international money transfers or when we launch a credit product or when we launch a mortgage or whatever whatever else we looked to do in the future as we do those things they should be seamlessly integrated into your often seamlessly integrated into the APP that shouldn't be discreet products that are sort of created processed and sold the shoot actually be something that is part of the park so so just to summarize that so and to go back to where I started to me when I stepped in and had to think about this stuff deeply surged I was in the green room waiting to go onstage and lot Muhima slides and and it occurred to me that engagement is a product and then everything else follows but what does engagement mean to you how do you even measure that will is a time on the platform is it a man transaction is at hand much what it is familiar relationship that we developed the opposite opposite as a company up as a brand up as something that stands for four something what what are we stand for and what do we mean to customers and then oh a customer's engage with us route so so right now we see people walking down the street and walking over to your place like coming down he before and a we'll pass someone in color straight wearing an optician that gives me an amazing feeling of satisfaction that who walks around in a bank t-shirt who is bank hat who has a bank sticker on their laptop light but only up customers do and why why is that so there's something magical about the way that we respect our customers the way we treat our customers the way we think about a product there's something magical so that's to me is what I mean when I say engagement so when we and there's lots of examples but when we launched our welcome pack most banks would say it's too expensive I do don't do it funded cheaper way to do it or whatever most banks will send you a plainclothes envelope vanilla envelope that's the cheapest with a stamp or replied stamp by that and discount and a trifold ifo piece of paper with a balloon so we looked at that okay well how much does that cost right and you add up all those costs just a few dollars right so he says it'll be five dollars whatever comes to succumb to a few dollars so that then became a constraint that became a goal how do we build the most amazing welcome experience for customers tangent it's real but we print a welcome pack on a centuries-old hotoke press Tibet printing anything wrong it's embossed it's printed on Costa doc the most expensive stocking but it's fully recycled it's fully recyclable all those things we think about all of that and then we had this amazing tangible welcome experience for digital bank but the constraint cells was that we wanted it to be the same cost of lists than what it would cost to do it the normal way and so that's what I mean by engagement because now when someone the envelope that I get from up it's a portrait envelope instead of the horizontal level of it it you you pull out the COD and no number or name on the front of it it's brought color you flip it over its details it slides out of the pack we handcuffed the first version of that packing office and we literally got some coasters from a wedding and then we go to blade and we cut it out and we engineered the way that the cod slides in and out of the piece of cardboard Matsen ridiculous but that's what I mean by engagement we care about those details house and then you can extrapolate that to the digital the digital product the customer experience the way you interact the way that for example there's no use navin password you don't have to log in always logged in it's always on banking you know the security model we have The ease of use of the WII can seamlessly save money the way that you can slide between screens with that using a menu like this so many subtle simple things that's like years of thinking have gone into making that and that to me is engagement I am I've actually signed up Yup got pardon me card probably a month or so ago I do love that the the Oh maybe because I come from that back that printing background Ah find myself like smelling fresh new this love the smell of it but yeah it's it's a brilliant experience and I can see that you guys did it first and everyone in this near banking field has basically copied of course yeah so the trick for us mail is to be sustainable is to continue to innovate so now that's important just maybe you practice your point about that is that so snapchat wind up came out everyone believed in appeared said that it would differentiate by stone innovation so in an area where it's heading up you've got eighty six one million Blah Blah Blah stupid name companies in John Archer who had on the shy had he really like I know your customer I but how do you think about that and Gila Yeah so so for me continuing to innovate and stay ahead of the game is important so were the first to launch okay with the first cloud hosted bank retail banking it's great to be the first at all these things but the only way we can do that is to create a sustainable delivery model in order to create that engagement so the engagement talked about is the is the is the product and then how do you deliver that product the way we do it as we have created you know what you might call a product Poplin or an engineering poplin that we can imagine design build test and deploy Al Product so quickly that no one else can compete in fact technology companies would struggle to deploy as quickly as we do. What was that we've been doing this for a very long time we have the very best people in the world that we know of and put them in a room together and have created a way to take things from idea to customers very very quickly so al when we started up was for to take the experience we have with Russia and be able to deliver a banking product to customers the regular basis so for us it was creating with engineering mindset. It's what I call the excellence of everything so you have to be really really good at software design you have to really really good advice you'll design you have to be really really good at user experience you have to be really really good at technology engineering if we really have to be really really good on all the different things that you have to be good at so you've got to be good all those things and what we've found is that other banks in the world and other technology companies in the world and other.
"drill hall" Discussed on The Storytellers Network
"Makes us laugh the stuff that makes us stay a while. That was funny. Check this out. Hannity your neighbor your friend. That's with it at check this video. We think go ahead. I mean how much of us take that more extreme crap. You know that's negative that we actually say take a look at not. Look what i found. I think you'd find more people passing good near stop onto their friends relatives and you see the other the crap. I think the other crap is just people for a moment feeling good about themselves. They hit share nothing to do that story but they feel like i'm in some kind of power trip. We share tell the world of politics. I think is not quite right but i think you'd find more people sharing the good stuff the neat don't than the other no. I think it's good manic. We should share when we need. Both we need to share the good stuff so you you said <hes> things that make you laugh so let's get back to some comedy so so i'm going to go back to how big of a part does story play in comedy in general is it. A huge bar is one of the tools. It's a a huge part but it's one of the tools i mean <hes> what the story telling me are one about story telling us. It's it's engaging the audience. It's we were little kids. We've had story books read to us. <hes> we've had people people tell their stories when i was a kid you know our hey i was out at the lake. The other day. I called caught a walker your yeah i mean there's always it could be short story. It could be a long story. It could be some kind of relate ability to or again back. When i was a kid you know is really you're taking me back to a time case so back to the time engaging drill hall on engage in the audience and <hes> whether it's total little fiction or total a hundred percent accuracy. It's about engaging. The audience is sometimes. It's relatable the other day my wife. She came home with all this stuff and i'm like well. I mean it's like so many can relate to that. So when did you discover your desire to do stand up to take the storytelling thing that you know about and turn into a standup career. Hopefully someday but what you're doing right now. You know back in our day when you and i worked together in you probably remember how i was always joking around. Notch absolutely. I've always had a sense of humor. <hes> i always thought about stand up comedy but it was never anything that presented itself in in a few years ago we used to have a show where we highlight people places and things in town so looking they thought i wonder if there is a standard of class or people can learn how to do stand up here. In the phoenix area behold i found one it has story honey but has with <hes> during the story on was watching it. I was like i can do. I didn't mean like i could do better than those people are a. I really elite to wellness. No particular class with support wasn't brain which is funny will help to the ballot. It was very positive like telus like fun and i decided to sign up for the class a year and a half later time time flies on me and i enjoyed it. Then this class is every three months it would do student showcase joke re-divided all your friends and family to comment was very supportive class or a audience that they paid does like a real aw stage time nice. It wasn't like a piano recital when you were a kid like legitimately day a paid comments euchre forming your brain you of course there are more supportive. They're not gonna hassle you in my dad my uncle me but anyway they they heavily later that right and then entered really well not to toot my own heart but i did really well in one of my friends who showed up to show told me even that people said that there were like this ghastly cheated so he you told me that you know that boosted my ego though the next time it performed with that down but no i had a lot of fun it was just it's like there is no greater high to make a whole room. Tell you man you're walking clouds so i just kept trying to do it in new in get better better at six seven years later..
"drill hall" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Future for the state. Armory building in springfield played a big role. In life in the city and Rockford it's one of those communities banking on a new casino. We'll take a closer look at what that could mean all ahead on state wide the area in the Gulf of Mexico known as the dead zone is projected to grow to the size of Massachusetts this year. That's according to a recent federal report. Christine Herman is more than what it means for fishermen in the Gulf and how farmers in the Mid West can help. It's called the dead zone because it kills marine in life which takes a toll on the fishing industry in the Gulf A._C.. Cooper is the president of the Louisiana Shrimp Association last season. We'd probably two thirds less than we did last year. At this time Ed goes to show you how much freshwater yearly affects the environment and the fish that live in the problem is caused in part by mid West Farming Dick Lions grows corn in Montgomery County Illinois. He says he's changed the wiki farms to prevent nitrogen and phosphorus and fertilizer from entering waterways. He says it's boosted his corn yields without raising costs it. It hurts me to think that I'm causing problems for someone else in the industry that I'm in is causing these problems but I think it's a moral obligation that we as stewards of the land do the best we possibly can Kuprin lions made their comments on the twenty-first show. I'm Christine Herman. The Illinois state RB building is perhaps the largest state owned building. You don't know about the two hundred thousand square foot behemoth was once a fixture of life and culture in downtown Springfield in a central component to the state Capitol Complex but the more than eighty year old building is a shell of what it once was since the state police abandoned it in two thousand eight at has fallen into disrepair. That's all about to change now that state lawmakers voted one hundred twenty million dollars from the latest infrastructure plan to fix up the place as plans for how to do that began to take shape one big question looms can the state armory be made new again and if so what might it look like our reporter Slam Dunk Log explores the legacy and what lies ahead for the Illinois state armory. I'm walking to meet up with a guy who's an expert on old buildings Anthony Rubino. I'm a product designer with the state of Preservation Office in the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. We've met in front of a five storey limestone in concrete structure that spans an entire city block in downtown Springfield across from the State Capitol Building Anthony Starts to tell me about it. Oh we're looking at the Illinois state armory that was built in the Mid Nineteen thirties and functioned as such for many years Illinois has had three of these kinds of building since the civil war they were designed to store weapons in quarter horses for the state militia the I was torn down and replaced by castle looking structure but that was destroyed in nineteen thirty four when it was set on fire by a ten year old kit kit builders commissioned by F._d._R.'s Work Progress Administration set to work constructing this building in its place and it's got the nineteen thirties written all over it art deco lighting fixtures vertical columns with wavy lines steel window panels as with Brahman looking shields in the middle of them all by design Rubino says it reinforced the power of the Republic and democratic ideals but then also this veneer of newness of modernism of streamlined design. The armory kind of looks like a giant Sandwich Sandwich. If viewed from above the bread in this case is the buildings two sets of offices that sit on either side and the meat is a giant auditorium. Wait what I asked. Rubin Awaiian Auditorium is smack DAB in the middle of a military Harry building turns out. That's where the National Guard used to train its soldiers well. The drill hall is a large open space and armories have normally a large open drill hall so you have this large central volume that really could.
"drill hall" Discussed on Maxamoo Theater
"Wilson. I wanna talk about one more thing, which is not theater. I. So it's at the Park Avenue armory, which is a space that I have reservations about my opinion of the Park Avenue armory, and I'm about to make fun of show. I didn't see is that the type of show they do they're particularly when they do theater is, let's get some real wealthy out of touch European theater artists to put together a production of classic play by on Gino Neil where it's the same except for everyone flails around weirdly, and they have like a million dollars set. That's just cubes. That is you were talking about Brown offers. I'm about every show. They do theater. They always I read the description, and I've fallen asleep because it's like, oh, this would be really interesting, if it were the nineteen sixties he'd be really edgy, if it were still fifty years ago. I mean physically they have a space that is hard to program in the sense that it is a massive ought such a cool. You have to build a cedar within the drill hall to essentially perform some. A Super Bowl blackbox essential aids and saying the things I've seen that I've loved, so I loved IWay did an exhibition. There we go. Where it was basically it was completely dark. They had projectors projecting a live feed of you taken by drones under you, it was a nuts, and then they did like facial recognition and show you a bunch of pictures. They took of you, which is real creepy, and real cool, and this that I'm going to talk about now. It's called drill, which takes place in the quote Wade Thompson drill hall, which used to be drill hall is going to do sort of a similar thing, I think, because it's by I'm going to butcher this name, but it's hito stay ARL who's a German, filmmaker and cultural critic, not my words what a way to describe someone. But it seems to me from the description. That it's going to be, I'm just going to read it Sarel utilizes both the way Thompson drill hall, and historic interior of the building mounting both pre existing works as well as new products commissioned, by the armory and her ongoing elimination of the world power structures. Inequalities obscurities, and delights when viewed collectively this material allows the zoom in on an out from some of the most complex and pressing issues of it sounds leg. It's going to be referencing. The fact that it's in a former armory and dragging it to hell, which I think, is great because what better way to concentrate a space. I mean it's not it's been a performance base for a little while now. But what better way than to completely and totally indict story? Yeah. I mean, I think when you do site-specific nontraditional theater space that you have to acknowledge the space, you're in the ones that I hate the most are the ones that choose really interesting locations and then just make mental block, cedar it. You're not then why bother why bother doing nontraditional space? But I think it has to. Have it has a shadow over your production. So you might as well work within instead of against it. Yeah. That's very cool. So it runs from June twentieth to twenty first and tickets are twenty bucks. He's. Cool. Okay. I'm gonna talk about a summer arts festival. That is very the river festival in downtown Manhattan runs from June. Eighteenth to the twenty nineth. This is a festival where I've seen some really interesting and still you should work in the past it runs the gamut of performance and installation think there's sometimes film, stuff like that. So it could be a lot of different things. But the focus is on really non traditional spaces and using non traditional spaces for art and three. So that's great. But the piece that stuck out to me was Nikkei's work that is going to be performed there. This summer. I heard Nick cage verse Nick K, K, A, Y, and I see Nick. K. K. A Y. Nicolas Coppola the actor. Nick K is a performance artist dancer movement specialists. I'm not sure how best to describe them. I saw their work at American real nece two years ago. I think call low black, little be okay. And it was incredibly powerful of conversation with transit density and black translate entity, and the way in which their body moves through space and his looked at and is judged. And both insertive black context cultural context as well as by audiences. So I think the case work is just really fascinating. And this piece is called. Push it at commission point. It's a site responsive performance. That is going to both use public and private space and the ideas, it's a meditation on emotional labor, and the impossibility of the stage as a place of freedom for the black performer, which I think, is a really, really interesting and exciting conversation. And it's part of a larger series of work that they're working on called getting well soon, which is kind of looking at the idea of recovery. So I don't know. It's on June twentieth at seven pm somewhere in. Tribeca. TB TB a oh, I was gonna ask, what site it was responding to, but we don't know yet. Right. So somewhere downtown. It will be responding to that space cool needs. I had that song stuck in my head now which push it. I was thinking Nick cave's. So what we've got guys feels. Good could be back. Are you doing? We should we should we should address how we're back. Yeah. We were planning on being back with the episodes every other week. We've got we've got some previews. We've got some reviews. We've got some interviews all sorts of fun. Things should be a say is interviewing someone which is going to be as back in two weeks. So, yeah, please subscribe. Resubscribe teller, all your friends were back and a little teaser. We also have an idea that we might do if you story type episodes, sort of you. If you've listened to those, those things called podcasts where they do journalistic style, audio rich explorations of topic. We might do one or two of us let don't even know what you mean by that. But I'm fascinated like we gotta take it one step at a time. We start in our.
"drill hall" Discussed on KGO 810
"Surface of the planet earth. Bob Zimmerman is here to take us to the surface of the planet. Mars and off we have Martian stores. We begin with the NASA probe inside Bob, a very good evening to you. What is insight, and what is the latest news? God this is a story about how with stuck on the surface of the planet. Mars because insights whole goal was to fold two different instruments. One to take seismic readings of the interior which you can do from the surface and the other was to to hammer a probe down fifteen feet feet to get the internal of Mars. Well, it looks like the the heap probe is going to be fat yet, and that's a real tragedy and actually indicates some real maybe management. This is twenty twenty I thought which maybe isn't fair, but it doesn't. Indicate some management questionable decisions the probe pounded it's way down about a foot and then got blocked, and they can't go on a more. Now, they've they have been a fessing how maybe they can fix this. They're considering possibly using the robot arm to either give the probe of a nudge. Maybe get past whatever it's blocking it on the ground or maybe even use the to push it down if not designed to be retracted. So they can move it to a different spot than so they were basically bending all them all on the first hole would work. Now, they designed it. So that it could kind push backs wall raw push aside or slipped past small rocks. But we really don't know what the interior of the bedrock to be in a place like this, and they obviously will guessing and they've guessed wrong. And so it's very possible. This he'd probably get us any data. That's unfortunate for a mission like this. They did pretty much put all their models in single drill hall of this kind of reminds me of the Apollo missions the first one where they assume the astronauts would be able to buy hand pound a caused sampling rod into the ground, and they just held the ground was much too hot. And they couldn't do it. So there's the same kind of thing. Unfortunately, it's half of insight. That's the important. We go to the south pole south, south pole of Mars. And we're watching this change over time. What does it tell us? Well, all right. You know, I go when I periodically post them behind the black cool images, I discovered in the mosque Alba. Database will this is one. That they posted with come with their own caption. So it was not wanna had a dig out to awful they actually highlighted this. But they showed comparisons a decade apart of a specific spot in the near the mall in the southern polo cap, which is outside with water. Oxide comes and goes and possibly the water itself changes. And so they showed the change and they compared it. And so I I put it up on the website. It's pretty remarkable how much of this stuff disappeared. Well, looking at a ten year change the earth years, which is about five of Martian years both images here would take an at the same time on Mars same season late suburb, which which raises the question job because the white stuff in this image, which I think is CEO two. But might not be has shrunk in these five Moshen years. But why is it trunk you expect the same kind of conditions in the same seasonal time on Moi's yeti year? Now, it's possible that it's shrinking here, and it's growing just outside the frame, and we don't have a big enough sample. Maybe they have too many SUV's.
"drill hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show from the surface of the planet earth. Bob Zimmerman is here to take us to the surface of the planet. Mars and off Mark we have Martian stores, we begin with the NASA probe inside Bob, a very good evening to you. What is inside? And what is the latest news? This is a story about how with stuck on the surface of the planet. Mars because insights whole goal was to fold two different instruments. One to take seismic readings of the interior which you can do from the surface and the other was to to hammer a heat probe down fifteen feet feet to get the internal temperature of Mars. Well, it looks like the the probe is going to be a failure. And that's a real tragedy, and it actually indicates some real maybe management at this point nine five Paul which may isn't fair, but it doesn't Kate some managed. Questionable decisions. Yeah. The probe pounded. It's way down about a foot and then got blocked, and they can't go on anymore. Now, they've they have been a Sesing how maybe they can fix this. They're considering possibility using the robot arm to either give the probe of a nudge. Maybe get past whatever it's blocking it on the ground or maybe even use the push it down. It's not designed to be retracted. So they can move to a different spot than so they were basically betting all models on the first hole would work. Now, they designed it. So that it could kind of push small raw pushed aside or slipped past small rocks. But we really don't know what the interior of the bedrock is going to be in a place like this. And they obviously guessing and they've guessed wrong. And so it's very possible that he like us any data that's unfortunate for a mission like this. They did pretty much put all their models in single drill hall of this kind of reminds me of the Apollo missions the first one where they assume the astronauts would be able to buy hand pound a caused sampling of rod into the ground, and they just found the ground was much too hot, and they couldn't do it. So it's the same kind of thing. Unfortunately, it's half of insight. The enforcement we go to the south pole samples south pole again bowl of Mars. And we're watching this change over time. What does it tell us? Well, all right. You know, I go when I periodically post them behind the black cool images, I discovered in the mosque Alba database. This is one that. They posted with come with their own caption. So it was not wanna ahead dig out to off are they actually highlighted this. But they showed comparisons a decade apart of Pacific spot in the near the mall in the southern polo cap, which is called the outside with water and the come the outside comes and goes and possibly the water itself changes. And so they showed the change and they compared it. And so I I put it up on the website. It's pretty remarkable how much of this stuff disappeared. Well, looking at a ten year chain that's earth years, which is about five of Martian years. Both images here would take an at the same time on Mars same season late suburb, which which raises a question John because the white stuff in this image, which I think is he oh tube. But might not be has shrunk in these five Martian years. But why is it trunk you expect the same kind of conditions in the same? Same seasonal time on Moi's yeti year that was possible that it's drinking here, and it's growing just outside the frame, and we don't have a big enough sample. They be they have too many SUV's.
"drill hall" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"To us Siren Radio and Taylor was a big influence on yourself holly. Yeah I mean when I first started writing songs you know at her album and listen to it and let me know one nice great songwriter and her songs a really catchy so she was definitely an influence yeah hundred percent influence. We're GONNA play one of your other influences in the show but you've got this pop pope vibe music has always been the case yeah because I've always listened to Charles when when the car or whatever but I do like producing a hook my music in the car so it can be memorable it can be catchy but with the last song my pickled medicine thing that has more of a pop rock vibe to it and that's definitely something I want actually move towards oops rather than just pop now because as I said I'm thinking about getting a band behind me so I wanted to do more live sounding tunes rather than just recorded song and I guess the more Mojo you perform live the more you're out that with a band that will met you as well realize than what you'll sound is where you want to take it firm so it's all really interesting stuff and that leads us to the announcement that came earlier this week on in the on the twenty ninth of March younger performing at liquor as part of Joe Fest presents beyond the woods the launch night yeah. I'm extremely excited for villa cart. Wait Really Joe. I really big deal yeah. I mean Joe fast last year because a ban the anew actually performed there so definitely huddle of if I could get involved somehow and I saw they were putting on these nights liquor where three artists or so would perform so I contacted Joe and I was just I'd love to have the opportunity to play few so luckily reached out to me and it's happening on the twenty ninth. Awesome and liquor is obviously if I'm guessing you've been to been here as a student what other venues around round Lincoln what you love to play half you played well. I've played at the rogue seines which is a great venue and the very place to play and that's that's the only place I've played at ah just because of obviously uni work you know and trying to balance all but I think the drill hall would be amazing to perform arts and also the Blue Room as well out of that and that looks great is a really cool venue of I've seen some really good material in both theater and music so either those really obviously engine shed as Paul Way why copied off Cathedral Cathedral Cathedral just say no L. to jump. Did the castle holy so transparent out now. How long have you been working on the on the well? I didn't really know Oh that is going to be an E._p._a.. When I first started because Everton like a whole host of songs that I'm once recalled all time but the first song that record a face the truth I did back in January in two thousand eighteen and then so that was just a single the I released on its own and then a few months later recorded two more and then back in Chris this Christmas? That's just gone. I recorded another two and that's created the first cool well. Let's take a listen to the next track from the EP is called face the truth and whilst the story behind it well well. It's just about the finally seeing things they are really so past. Things have happened with people before where you thought it's amazing but then you realize in the end is not really that great and face as the church basically. Let's take a listen. Holly Star.
"drill hall" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Twenty two. You're listening to siren radio and Taylor was a big influence on yourself holly. Yeah I mean when I started writing songs at her album and listen to it. And let me know because she's a great songwriter. His songs a really catchy so she was definitely an influence yeah hundred percent other influence. We're going to play one of your other influences in the show but you know you've got this pop vibe. Music has always been the case yeah. I've always listened to Charles in the car or whatever but I do like producing a hook for music in the car so it can be memorable it can be catchy but with the last song my pickled medicine thing that has more of a pop rock vibe to it and that's definitely something I want to actually move towards awards rather than just pop now because as I've said I'm thinking about getting a band behind me so I wanted to do more live sounding tunes rather than a recorded song and I guess the the more you perform live more. You're out there with a band that will meet you as well realize then. What you'll sound is where you want to take it for a so? It's all really interesting stuff and that leads us to the announcement that came earlier this week on the on the twenty ninth of March younger performing at liquor as part of Joe Fest presents beyond the woods the launch night yeah. I'm extremely excited for La Carte. Wait Really Joe. I really big deal yeah. I mean about Joe fast last year because a ban the anew actually performed there so definitely order if I could get involved somehow and I saw they were putting on these nights liquor where three artists or so would perform so I contacted Joe and I was just like I'd love to have the opportunity to play theo so luckily he reached out to me and it's happening on the twenty ninth. Awesome and liquor is obviously if I knew that I'm guessing you've been to been here as a student what other venues around Lincoln what you love to play or have you played well. I've played at the rogue seines which is a great venue and the very place to play and that's the that's the only place I've played. Ah just because of obviously you need work you know and trying to balance all but I think the drill hall would be amazing to perform art and also the Blue Room as well out of that and that looks great as a really cool venue of I've seen some really good material in both theatre and music so either those really obviously shed Paul Way why copied off Angel Cathedral just say no L. jumped at the castle. Wholly transparent is out now? How long have you been working on the on the well? I didn't really we know that it was going to be an E._p._a.. Actually when I first started because Everton like a whole host of songs that I'm once record all the time but the first song recorded face the truth I did back in January January two thousand eighteen and then so that was just a single the I released on its own and then a few months later recorded two more and then back in Chris this Christmas. That's just gone on a recorded another two and that's created the first cool. Let's take a listen to the next track from the EP is called face the truth and what's the story behind it well. It's just about the finally seeing things they are really so past. Things have happened with people before where you know you thought it's amazing but then you realize in the end is not really that great and you face the truth. Basically let's take a listen. Holly Star.
"drill hall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But I'm back here. Bob tests. Swing into action about NASA. And it strikes me as an. Amateur reader of space rocketry and this success since Sputnik some more than sixty years ago. It strikes me that we're always advancing or rewarding those who advance. So this story puzzles me NASA is looking to hire Russia for I s s flights now. Bob, rush has a broken program. They're out of money, their quality control doesn't exist. And NASA has the ability right now to choose commercial space as a transfer from the earth to the s so why are they hiring Russia? That's my amateur question. Good evening to you. Bob. Good evening, John. Well, my amateur amateur answer would be that the NASA bureaucracy, and the Washington swamp that supports it and the bureaucracy the supports NASA that swamp. Prefers Russia and sending money to Russia, then helping American private companies they have more allegiance to the bureaucracies of roscosmos, and they have two independent private American companies. I also bowl statement. But I haven't seen anything to make me use me of that. 'cause you know, I've been talking repeatedly for several years now about how Nasr's bureaucracy and its safety Powell, we'll get to would safety battle have been slow walking the development of the manned capsule being built by Boeing and Lockheed Martin and more than slow walking that they have been actually acting as a. Blockers like in football to do anything. They can to stop it from a curry. And so because of that Nationale faces by the end of this year difficulty, they won't be able they won't have any more. They don't have any Russian contracts to launch astronauts ISS, at least the moment. And so their face. They won't have any way to get there. Astronauts onto ISS they did announce while you were gone John that they were going to stretch out the last two missions in twenty nine teams. So that they can use the saw us seats that they paid for through April of twenty twenty. But now this suggesting that there was an announcement that they're considering buying more Soviet astronauts flights from Russia at least two more, and what that would give them the ability to continue to get the ISS without using American capsules would allow them to continue to slow walk and block the American companies. That's what this would do. Now there. Doing this. As you mentioned the Russian problems. I wanna just emphasize we had a Soviet launch abort last year with humans onboard. Fortunately, it almost hurt and we also had someone in the Soviet in Russia in the Soyuz. Assembly building drill hole in a man's caps. Yes. And that is not solved that drill sabotage that Russia has still not explained or solved. So that means the possibility of it happening again is so NASA is going to trust people who drill halls and can't explain them rather than trust SpaceX, which has got a spacecraft ready to go. That's right. That's exactly right. And it's b-. I gotta tell you while you were gone, John. I was not a bunch of different shows. And I was writing about this. And I can't tell you how angry this makes me that. This is a perfect example of our swamp, the Washington corruption that has no interest in the interest of our nation. They are not interested roscosmos roscosmos is troubled. Nobody denies it. Why do you take your business and pay them a lot of money? This is not we're not getting a discount here. Why did you take your business to a troubled company where? You've built in a catastrophe. There is a task ahead of us. If they only one reason, and that's the you'll loyalty to them more than it is the United States. And this brings me Mr. Trump, President Trump, our American I guy I mean, this is a perfect example of why he should step in and say, hey, NASA, you gotta speed this up. We'll take some risks without Merican companies. It's better that the business is in America. And it's worth the risk. Stop being an obstacle to American chief. That's what should happen. But I haven't seen any action on this. And he's so what we've gotten status political gamesmanship. That's favoring a foreign power over American citizens and their company. Spacex SpaceX has problems more than just the slow walking of the man writing of dragon. It also has a dispute running for a long time now with you L A what's the beef, Bob? Well, okay, there are actually two stories here and they're both related. Each other. I think this ties in to a certain extent in the corruption in the manned space program at in in with say sex and NASA NASA about a month ago. Nasa awarded a launch contract to you allay for launching their Lucy asteroid mission in twenty twenty three well in the past week SpaceX filed a protest against that contract. Which by the way, was for almost one hundred fifty million dollars stating very clearly that they could do that mission out of dramatically lower cost, and it's pretty obvious. Yes, they could. And so they're saying that NASA has unfairly gave an award to accompany it shouldn't get and it's challenging the award. And now that's this challenge came after. The military. The military inspector general announced that he was going to review the Lawrence certification that the air force gave to SpaceX a few years ago, which makes no sense at all because has been has already launched two things for the military. It's completed forty successful launches in a row since its last problem, and that launched certification was followed the rules far as I know why suddenly open this investigation now, and it's also tied in to another story where to California lawmakers Diane finds Feinstein Senator and congressman Kevin Ken Calvert, how have sent a letter to the air force calling for an independent independent review of the air force is launch. Procurement strategy because they all they issued a half a billion to a billion dollar development contracts to all of space Xs competitors to develop a next-generation rockets, but none of the money to SpaceX. Now, SpaceX is indicated they want the money, but nonetheless that they they're asking for an investigation of the apparent bias of the F was against SpaceX all this together. Say John is a gigantic war going on. We didn't that swamp that disgusting. Swap that doesn't really care about the interests of the nation. But is now fighting for power between these various big space and new space company. There's serious money involved, Bob, and there's a transfer of the old way of of dealing with government and the new way which is SpaceX. So we're dealing with a transition. That is not only the swamp, but generational Bob generational. Paulie, MAC, John. But you know, what what's happening? Spacex is being captured by that swamp because that playing this game of power politics to try to protect themselves. They have no choice. But what that ends up doing is poison you because the focus SpaceX is always had up to now entirely build rockets, do it cheaper, faster, and smarter and cost less, and so therefore you build customer base. But instead what they're doing. Now is they it appears that. I hear that the intelligent approach to business will go down hill above the puzzle. In addition about money in all directions. And we care about money is that there is money in commercial space, if you're transparent and straightforward to the public. I mean, this is rocket engineering and taking risks where we acknowledge all of that. There's one man who is upset me from the beginning. And his name is Richard Branson. He's not an American citizen is a British citizen. So he has a different way of doing things. And he's and he believes in boasting. I understand all that. But really, Bob, I'm I've I've made it very clear for some time that I don't want to news do news about Branson. But this story I like Bryant's needs money. Why? Well, all right. So he's got to space companies one they used to be one. But because one is failing. He's separated the one that out that might succeed so companies virgin, galactic, convergent it. I watch is what he's been saying. For the last decade. He's going to fly in space on a sub orbital mission. It only weeks months, of course, another. That's happened. You make that same promise. Again, just a few weeks ago. He's gonna fly before the end of this year. I don't believe it, but he needs, but he backed out of a billion dollar investment space Dooley had with Saudi Arabia recently because he was horrified by their actions having to do with Chris Shoghi the man that they killed in there. And and I'm not going to get into the politics of that particular thing, but Branson decided he was gonna virtue signal and said I'm pulling out of that deal because I think it was horrible Saudi Arabia has done. Well, having gotten out of the investment deal discovers the for both the virgin galactic and his more successful likely to be successful company. Virgin all day, you need the capital he needs anymore. Now, I should mention what virgin virgin is essentially a new small set rocket company. They're gonna use an app. Elaine has that first stage a small launch to put small south satellites into orbit. They've got a bunch of contracts and expect to do that I launch and just a matter of months, I think actually they're likely to make some money there because there's this boom going on in small Saturdays at meet these rockets, and this is one of them. Online, but they don't. And so he's asked to raise. What is it a lot of money he wants to get at least two hundred and fifty million, and he's and he's saying people can invest either or both of these two companies, and I wouldn't be surprised if he gets money for Bertrand all of it because they really at the cusp of a renaissance in the positions. Well, and they've shown that they can get it done virgin galactic, but Bob, Bob like roscosmos, why take your business to someone of questionable transparency when there's so many other choices for Smalls for investing in small sat companies. Well, there are a lot of people that don't I can't believe that any major investor out. There is not aware of the questions having to do with virgin, galactic. So that's why I do not expect them to raise any money for virgin, galactic stage. I do expect them. I think merging orbit the a good look at that. Company will say, yeah. This possible possibilities there. It's worth investing in Branson insists that the money goes to both or none. I don't think we'll get a dime. And that's where we stand right now. This I think virgin galactic is on the verge of death right now. And this is the first now, you not only verdict here you've heard it here for years years Branston is always promising as by the end of this year by the middle of the year by the beginning. We're going back years and Brad Branson is not the sort of promoter..
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"To like, you know, the raiders, obviously are not going to be active or shouldn't be terribly active in free agency this year, they're going to be a draft and develop team right now. But imagine like trying to convince a guy. Hey, we want to sign you to a multi year deal for the first year. You're going to be nomad for the second year. You might be in Vegas. We'll see. Yeah. It's really tough sell. I promised you're coming in to a great situation. Yes. Yeah. Like, we promise you, you probably have to overpay to be honest. It's sort of like if a guy asked a woman to marry him, and he was still living at home with his parents. This is gonna work out there. Yeah. Have you? Yeah. That's right. The lucky guys right gravity any resolutions yourself. I I my resolution is to be a better planner around things that are unrelated to work. Okay. Because I constantly been trying to prioritize things like I have to go to physical therapy once a week because I tore my Kelly's which created this imbalance in my entire kinetic chain. And now, I'm falling apart. I'm not allowed to run and do all this stuff. So I'm trying to work my way back to that stuff. But if I don't schedule it as if it's like a work meeting, then it becomes last on the list that doesn't get done. So it's about treating the other aspects of my life with the same scheduling and coordination and responsibility that I treat my job because my job ends up being number one all the time, which is fine. Most of the time. But sure, yeah. Wants health is a good choice. I would sit it's free. You know, you're you're married woman. Like, you've got your at your dog owner, you've got your head loner. Like, there's a lot. Then you have to make sure is well other than just like, you know, you're doing a good job on the workfront. I like it. I'm okay with this with this resolution. So I was gonna say that I had like some, you know, some great resolution that's like not tied to sports because I kind of take the spirit of what you said was not tied to sports. So I guess like I'm getting married in less than six months through the weddings. Good one like getting through it. And I'm like, I can't wait for it to happen. But as you know, as recently, married processes a lot there's just a lot of tentacles to it. Right. But on the sports front. There's one thing that I'm going to try to do this year that I think I try to do every year and I typically fail. The NFL season is seventeen games so seventeen week sixteen games so relative to its its major sports counterparts. It feels like a short season and especially with their own again, sixteen games per eighty to eighty two and one hundred sixty two for the other three major sports, but it's a long long. Long long season. My goal is to not overreact in the first month. I felt since that's my goal. I'm starting smart here. But it smokes think about something. Like the Texans. Right, right. Oh and three left for dead. No chung. It's Bill Brian on the hot seat. Not not not going to happen. Right. I mean, Andrew luck at the beginning of remember. There was questions like is this arm. Strength gone. Has he been rattled drill hall? Aaron Rodgers came back in week one. And they beat the bears like they still have their number. You know, that's you're not getting one. So I'm starting a small here. Right. Sheva -able. Yeah. Feels achievable to me. So that would be my thing is like start small.