21 Burst results for "Ed Lee"

"ed lee" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"ed lee" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"They have great like holiday. Road was also one of also one of my favorites still from the original vacation. It's on yeah yeah yeah. Christmas vacation is that. There's okay so i have to like what i call favorite christmas songs. That are equal to me. What child is this and carol of the bells. I love those two songs and hold them equal stature. There is a group from the nineties. A girl's group called point of grace and they did. Ed lee of these two songs and quite literally is probably the best version of both of those songs. I've ever heard in my life and they smushed them together and so when you go like if there's one song that's on my playlist every year it's that song okay. 'cause i make a new christmas playlist every year. Because that's what i do in this household and That's that's one of the songs that's on there like every single year all right. I'm also a big fan of the christmas kane. Ken from a group called straight. No chaser hilarious. Okay so but yeah. I'm more mainstream i. It's like that one in the run. Dmc one and the reps. I don't really care about fair enough or the theme song diehard ran what is what's the one thing on your christmas wishlist this year. Not buccaneers related mag. My real christmas wish wishlist. I don't have one okay. I'm like almost fifty. I don't i don't have a christmas. Wish someone had to remind you of my birthday this year. That is true i remember. Is it okay there. Go we get something looking for a box wrapped in paper there. This one commuter cast. I'm brent alan. Your host joined always by my good friend. The grinch chris i mean i don't know maybe i like i looked up the pro caster. The you know the road caster pro growth. Yeah it's six hundred dollars like screw that let doing that. No fencer. i don't care enough. Spend six hundred bucks just so i could drop some noises in. I mean you can do everything else with disarray. Mixer goes to I will tell you this though shares. There's a an item that has just been released in the podcasting world for anybody out there who's interested in this called the Pod track zoom pod track.

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"ed lee" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"ed lee" Discussed on Drawn To It

"So they they did away with that for a while and after I I left Disney I was working for Disney interactive and after I left to go work at a feature film spot in Vancouver. They tried to bring a contract similar to that back and make all the artists, sign it, and there was this exodus of you know people leaving and just people weren't having it. You know. And and I thought I found it a very strange mood because morale was sort of already low in the studio due to management changes again, the changing of. You know and Yeah. They tried to bring it a super harsh contract and basically where if you draw something in your sketchbook on the property while you're employed by us, we own it kind of thing. Yeah Yeah. Well. The the thing I mean. There's so good or bad. A to be said for family owned businesses know when when wool ran the shop For owed his faults and Phil old his foibles. It was his studio. And it was his vision and they went shareholders telling him to modify things change and you know Roy, would give him a bad time for. Doing things. Why you spend in this money, we can't afford it and but you know warhead vision it was a one man vision and and that was it and they never still have never recaptured that never know their cather have been pioneers, Richard Williams and some. Even argued Dom blue. people who have broken away and started their own legacy of films and productions but Yeah Wall was I I mean just a one off you know just sort of yeah you know lightning in a bottle. So right. Right. and He tried he experimented different infantile as as the most amazing film ever. It looks a bit dated. Now it looks in by modern tastes and standards and everything. But if you strip away that superficial fan look all the style and everything and look at what they actually with they had to work with and the story. To get you know, doesn't have a nice flow of a story or anything. But look at those those little those moments, cameo moments, and we can't even do that anymore we just can't do it. So amazing and you got a hand to his vision of that film was you know as we all know, the film was going to go l. on the circuits and while it was out, they were gonNA make new sequences and they'd bring it back in you re Ed. Yeah. Send it out again if no ganic thing and it was just the wool in the way and the other things in the way. But An might. Lost so much money and got them into trouble ultimately but but sorry but ultimately, it's a coat film now and it's one of the biggest in films ever in. Woes main vision and I never forget this he's vision was we're not making. A film a movie for the next window of distribution. We're not doing that we making this film for generations making it so that in six generations time, they're still gonNA WANNA see this. and. You can tell that does Ed Lee broke away from that you I mean as so obvious I mean they've they've and they broke away from it rate with the emergence of. Well. You can argue this but. With the emergence of CGI..

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Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

The Big Picture

12:50 min | 1 year ago

Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

"Guys. Welcome to a very special conversation. Nations show about the Academy Awards but not just any Academy Awards are Academy Awards. were changing things up in the big picture this week. We've invited wisely from the New York Times we think for being here. Thanks for having me. Three Person Person Academy that makes us the Grammy Selection Committee. Hopefully less fraught less racist racist sexist and complete Taylor swift at Ed. Sheeran her part of my mom and I want the academy to tell the truth about who it is fun. Fact Taylor swift and Ed Sheeran had movie moments in the last twelve months. If you recall cheering yesterday Taylor Swift. Of course Miss Americana could forget. we're not going to be nominated for you said Miss Americana Either GonNa cats. That was yeah. That's very generous of you sir. I've locked that out we. We're not talking about that on this. PODCAST CAST now. We got the part right. Okay guys so every year the Oscars come around get very angry because they don't represent all the movies that we want to to be celebrated this year I would say it's been an unusually positive Oscar year in terms of nominations. However we got stuck in this conversation about why are there no female directors in the best director category? Why are there so few actors of color? Why are there so few uncut gems nominations are there so many things here we may? They disagree with that. We will discuss. I'm I'm your evolving. I'm evolving exactly the way to put it all evolving. Wesleyan a minute can you guys. Just give me coming some big picture feelings about where the Oscar nominating process is before we dig into our own awards well Without going into the Math Jeff on how the nomination determined at least in the best picture category whatever they did to make them less foreign needs to change because in addition just like I just wrote a piece for the paper Abou a complicated problem I have with. This year's show is the first time more. I'm I feel like the homogeneity among the best picture nominees just superficially is Kinda monotonous to me. What do you mean but up I mean basically what I mean. Is that lake. There are nine move. Eight movies about white people And like the the white experience yes there is a wide experience. PODCAST is often expanding on and in one from Korea or South Korea. And I I like all of these movies except for one and a half of them and so so. The thing that I am annoyed about is that there isn't it is not as though there's one movie that didn't get nominated that should have that also featured Richard people who are not white so my problem is more of an industry. Problem in the Oscars of course is a symptom of this larger thing. And so I'm Kinda just. I went back just to do some math on on on. How many movies among the nominees for best picture since they expanded ten were set the present and usually I mean the thing? That's thrilling about the best picture. Nominees every year is that you do get some really interesting story that gets told about the movie industry but also just the movies and something about this collection of movies as a collection as a class of films kind of bores me and but again like I like most of the nominees and so I don't know it's a weird place but they they have to change them. I think the man is part of this like even I don't like Hustler's that much but you this. This group of movies needs it. Needs it needs needs like a blindside. It needs a district District nine yeah. It needs a district night but you think that so. That's I think it's math don't you because don't what's the one film that would have resolved some of that feeling. Is that the farewell. Like what is it. I don't even see that's the weird thing also. I don't even care care what it was because I don't like any of the alternative. This is weird year for for the solution to this problem. There isn't one. There's no main waves. Waves would be a movie that would that would be more interesting but every year since they expanded ten has had just more interesting stuff. It I have a theory and it's not about math and I think your point about math is good and also your point that this is these are eight movies about white people is also important. uh-huh any everything we're about to say is not going to change that but I do just and it's not GonNa Change the industry and it's not GonNa Change. WHO GETS to make movies? Unfortunately but I do wonder if some of it is also like our expectations and our relationship to the nominees because we're used to being dissatisfied and we're used to findings something that to be mad about and since they've gotten to ten and especially in the last couple of years years. There are more movies that I'm excited about that are nominated for best picture. And even this year I would say they're five movies like jazzed about same same here and I'm not used to that and so I do think and and we're part of doing this podcast and talking about the Oscars is arguing talking about what was snubbed. And what the economy isn't representing. and I wonder if some of the boringness is just kind of. I don't know where to put all of that energy for what interesting that I hear that that particular aspect of this year's race though I think is an anomaly. I think there's two reasons for at one. We we just happen to get a couple of films from a couple of people who kind of always make big noisy special films. Martin Scorsese Quentin Tarantino. We got a couple of movies marriage story and the Irishman that probably would not have been financed by any other studio that got a lot more money than they would have gotten and so those movies got pushed up to the top. You know I know you guys probably not huge joker Fans but that's a highly unusual kind of movie to have been made in the way that it was position. Marketed the success that had had and also the parasite thing is. There's just no literally literally no precedent for a movie like this getting this much awareness appreciation potentialities to win The the fact that this is impossible right now is was utterly unpredictable. Even even in September I ran so I think accounting for this year in particular as a bellwether of any kind and is a little bit difficult long term. But the point that you're making one hundred percent right which is that you know. There's a certain kind of movie that still is always going to get made in Hollywood and there's a certain kind the movie that it's still really hard to get made that's movies by women's moving movies by filmmakers of color starring people of color about different kinds of experiences in the world. So that's not going to change. I think some of what we're we're GONNA do here accounts for that. I think some of the categories that were creating accounts for that. Yes I think. In general though the public perception of the Oscars is it's a little bit. Stodgy it's a little bit boring self-satisfied but also it doesn't really understand what's fun about movies no well that's part of I mean to the degree agree that there is a selection committee. It's People's self consciousness about their with. They want their tastes to be. Yes yeah and that to me is part of what I'm sensing about this group. The best picture nominees though I feel like I do feel like despite the fact that I actually could not subtract one of these movies or there's a ten slot at the tenth movie like what I mean. You could additive movie proud interesting lake. Ed Lee said in the president and at least about the thing that is seemingly the problem by gathering these movies together race Which member of the knives out family is each? That's a good game that somewhere. Oh I like that. We don't have to answer that right now but just trying to think of the Google anyway I but I but I also think that part of the problem. I think some of the things that I'm feeling is this. I mean I don't know it seems like a revenge against the way things seem to be going. Otherwise yes but you can't prove that a and I mean I'm arguing against my own myself right now but it's unprovable. It's just a feeling that I have a feels like every time they do these blind surveys of these academy members. There's always somebody who's like well. I don't think we have a diversity problem. I just think the movies that Star Wall you know other people uh-huh aren't as good as the ones right or even just that was nice. But it's not an Oscar film which covers all manner of sentence and that shows up in. Everyone knows that there is an Oscar film which there's been an Oscar film since like nineteen thirty nine like that's part of the problem. Yeah I don't know when it got so not. How did you no one team seventeen despite how much I love? It smells ker movie. It is twenty when I was fifteen. I did not think that was pejorative. In fact I thought that that was was meaning really really meaningful. My perception of it is changed or self conscious about it. That's an parasite actually wins. I'm going to feel really freaked out. Because does that mean that I'm basic because is the movie that I want to win also won the Academy Award. I just called aging. Yeah well I don't know I don't feel the way by moonlight. Yeah now more so feels like the exception and to me even though I mean in a weird way. Here's a good test of this of this question. The departed. I always think about the idea that departed is a best picture winner. You know what I mean. I think if the departed was directed by Guy Ritchie though it would have had no chance at the Oscars yes of course. The Scorsese. Only the Scorsese UNISOM did that but just looking at it. As a movie rate lake. That was the best picture of what was it. Two thousand six six. I just it just kind of. It's a funny thing. It's a funny thing that wasn't i. I wasn't the best movie of that year. Obviously are not obvious. It's funny that you bring that up. We actually just talked talked about that. Exact movie a couple of days ago show in that movie yeah. It's a totally fun and slightly. You need us. Yes Oh sure. Yeah what what other the way. I don't know actually actually. Actually what's going on with Matt Damon in that movie. Congratulations him okay. So if we were going to change James the telecast a little bit What what there was talk of this last year? About modifying the telecast. But I don't want to modify the telecast per se but I think that there's some categories that maybe we don't needed some categories and maybe we do need okay. I'm personally I just don't believe that. The shorts need to be in the Academy Awards No one watches them their unseen by the by the public at large. Are You mad at that. You want the short sustain gas. I do why I don't know but the idea. We will not a part of the rest of the conversation but is that really how it works. I mean I'm but you're talking to the wrong person and a win aware like I actually wish they had brought. I want to see the best bluegrass album winter. I WANNA see best. Okay I WANNA see best. Best Ja- best traditional jazz album. I WanNa see that person person win. You're in dangerous territory women. I personally would like there to be a nine hours. Oscar ceremony right. Amanda wants to get through this fairly quickly vision show. You're saying it's its own not work of art. But it's least its own entity that needs to have a start and a finish on a structure and momentum and energy we can't just like trot got out every single movie clip that Sean is like for the past seventy years and then let's talk about this cinematography. I'm and this one's like to the telestrator up with the old Oscar broadcast that were nobody really. There was no Internet for people to run to and complain. I mean it just ended when it ended and it was full of supporting clips. I mean for a lot of America. They didn't know who Pauline Collins was. They wanted to see like surely Valentine. What does that clip? This is good so you get a clip Pauline Collins Acting Shirley. 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"ed lee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"North side. Today's fours Lauren Winfrey is near sixteenth. Ed Lee with an update, still very active out here, still a number of firefighters have established a pretty large perimeter where we're standing this is seventeen and Hadley crew still working to figure out what may have caused this fired will be working to get that information throughout morning as well. When you can just smell that overwhelming Schnell that result from a fire and the smoke in all of that right now. So this is what people in this area are waking up to, and we will be following the story throughout the morning. Wisconsin remains the only state in the nation that does not require a person charged with the first OWI to appear in court in is not a criminal offence, but a push to change that continues in Madison state, Senator, Chris Larson says a Bill to toughen up laws, one of several being proposed to change states. Drinking, the bare minimum that we should end up moving. Forward to say at the very least when you drink and drive, you gotta show up in court, if that Bill passes, a person who does not show up to the court date, would receive a three hundred dollar fine Wisconsin assistant basketball, coach Howard, more up and walking in a hospital near Ann Arbor Monday. Two days after being involved in Headley car accident that took the life of his wife and daughter, Michigan state police say mortis family were hit by a runway driver, Saturday night, his wife, Jennifer, his daughter, and family dog died at the scene. He and his son survived. The fourteen year old girl killed when our canoe capsized in Fulton. Wisconsin has been identified grace, Gordon of Janesville part of eight person group canoe on the Horo river Saturday when her canoe flipped over and trapped her underwater. Wisconsin state patrol trooper Brandon Ferrel was first on the scene. What could I have done? You know, is there something to write could I've saved her could, we've gone out quicker made a difference? I try not to beat myself up by, but it's something you're going to think about seven members of the party were able to be brought to show. Sure safely, Oklahoma Stig, going to trial against Johnson and Johnson today. One of many lawsuits that alongside who pays the Bill for the growing opioid addiction crisis in the US ABC's, Andy Field, Oklahoma's just one of forty two states suing drug companies with claim those drug weren't honest with patients on how addictive their opioid medication was the state says, Johnson and Johnson should pay for two decades of rising opioid addiction. Purdue pharma, which makes Oxycontin avoided today's court date by offering a two hundred seventy million dollar settlement with Oklahoma. Andy Field, ABC news, Washington tape affirma- suitable also avoid in court by settling over the weekend. For eighty five million dollars coming up. Another life claimed on the side.

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"ed lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What we found was that financial barriers were still a challenge for students. Plus, our students are very averse, and so we have a case where students instead of taking out a loan. They will stop out school. They'll go work three jobs, and then come back, and so the starting and stopping ends up, costing them far, more overtime and tuition and the opportunity cost. And so the idea is if we introduce a new type of financial tool that's not based but more it's equity based it's us taking out equity in our students and really believing in them that that will help them fill their funding gap. Stay in school be registered. Fulltime and to graduate in a more timely manner. And this is going to be more competitive than let's say a private Bank that they would perhaps otherwise go full. Right. So in our scenario, we raised a six million dollar fund, which is a combination of donor funds, university funds and investor funds and we've structured our so that this can potentially be a better option than private loans. The difference here is that shifts the risk off of the students and onto the institution in our case. So we're basically saying we believe in the degree that we're offering students and that they'll be able to go out and earn and if they don't go out and get a successful job and earn then they won't be paying back. If a student fails to get a well paying job in the future years how much of the cost of his failure to pay would be covered by you. And how much will it go to those private funding bodies who've put up the money in the first place? Right. So we haven't guaranteed any. Return to our investors, and we share the risk in this. And so both the institution and our donor. Investors are taking a risk as well. Kodama Beth investi of Utah. And I was important to point out. This is just a trial concept. In fact, less than one percent of the total financing arrangements across the US come from. I as as but Charles Trafton is an evangelist for the system he thinks muddle can revolutionize the student loan problem in the US. He's president of Ed Lee Eissa IS, a marketplace kind of trading floors..

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"ed lee" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"ed lee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KGO 810

"On Twitter. Some of your tweets out, Ethan Bearman, we're gonna get in about twelve minutes here while you're talking about even more Democrats now are talking about raising the highest tax rates Allott. And I want to hear your thoughts on that. Plus, of course, it is Friday, we're going to wrap the show with not the onion. But I want to kick it off with something. We do talk about movies here quite a bit. This is a different one. And I want to give you a heads up because it's coming out on February the eleventh, and it's about Mayor, Ed Lee. This is really interesting. I'm fascinated to learn more about it. And joining me on the phone right now writer producer and director of the movie. Rick Quan, joins me, Rick. Thanks for coming on the show today. No problem. Glad to be your Ethan. Yeah. Thank you so much. So so you have it's going to be a special release. That's coming up on February eleventh what tell me about the event a little bit. And then let's talk about the movie. Well, it's going to be a one hour documentary entitled Mayor, Ed Lee, and basically. Chronicles his life from growing up in the government housing and Seattle to becoming mayor to his sudden, death and the legacy he leaves behind. Wow. So you understand that you interviewed his family and friends, and you have you have quite the the set of familiar San Francisco faces that'll be part of the movie as well. Right, right. We went up to Seattle. That's where he was born and raised and interviewed his siblings, some of his childhood friends. Gary Locke, the former ambassador to China former governor of Washington they actually both went to the same high school Franklin high school in Seattle. So we interviewed him as well. And then as you mentioned the local politicos like Willie Brown art act knows karma chew Katy Tang. A lot of the people who know him or nukem locally. We interview them as well. That that's super cool. And now did you did you make the movie in conjunction with the Chinese historical society of America, or they just helping to host the world permit here on eleventh. Well, they're basically hosting it. The way came about is a lot of people know me as a sportscaster here in the bay area. I've been doing that for like thirty years, but the last few years I've been making documentaries and I've been thinking about doing a documentary Mary Lee after he passed, but with a little hesitant because I saw it as such a huge project being put a high profile person. I just didn't know if I was up to that challenge. But turns out like a week afterwards. The Chinese historical society gave me a call. And they said we're thinking about producing eight documentary mayor Lee, would you be interested in heading up this project, and so it just felt like it was the right fit the right time. So I said sure, let's do this. So that's how it all came about. Now. That's really cool, by the way. I love that that that connection was made. And you've been thinking about it. And was there anything when you were making the film about Mayor Ed Lee want is joining me on the phone right now. And was there anything that surprised? You did you learn any fascinating. The fact is you're doing this. Well, I kind of enjoyed funded out with that, Ed Lee. Although he does not, but you have to let you know, he was fairly short and writes, a little heavy. But he was quite an athlete growing up. He was very good basketball player. He played high school tennis team when he went to college. He was the co captain of the tennis team. He was a very good golfer later on he played football. Not not, you know for a school or anything. But he was always like the quarterback whenever his buddies always play touch football. He had the best arm on the team. So he was you play quarterback. And so that got us surprise me. I guess coming from sports to kind of caught my attention. I'm not gonna lie. I had the same impression. I mean, when you just said that I was like, wait maritally was. He didn't Zude. There is not, you know, some people you look at them like clearly that guy or that lady, whatever they're in the sports that that was just never would. I got from him. That was. Looks can be deceiving. But he was apparently very competitive guy. He didn't like to loose. Well, I think we I think we learned that once he became mayor to. I mean, he took on some projects as you know, when you look back at that Mayor Ed Lee, what do you think he's going to be most remembered for well? Again, we even those sports background but him being able to bring the warriors back to San Francisco and getting the chase center built a store the warriors. I mean that place is going to be percents. In fact, even called it is legacy being able to do that. Because he was also a huge basketball fan. But in doing the documentary one thing I found out about him was that he had teamed up with Mark Denney off of Salesforce to create this fund for middle school kids, and he was able to get Benny off to donate thirty million dollars to help the middle school kids in San Francisco, and some people that may prove to be his legacy. But again being a sports guy probably most about bringing the warriors from Oakland. San Francisco is a huge that was a huge steel wasn't. I mean, again, we can absolute a sports term for that there. I mean, and then you talk to Steph curry for this film as well. I did talk to Steph, and you know, Steph and Ed Lee developed a nice relationship Edward, always try to support all his causes. And I just come to the game. But all these other projects he had going, and we have a clip of it in the documentary a few months after at a Steph met with a family privately and presented them with a championship. NBA bring and a a jersey with Lee on the back, and he just wanted to express his gratitude to all the things that Elliott done for him. I love that. You you did this project. I'm really excited. And again, it's it's premiering February eleventh at the Herbst theatre you can get tickets online. I'm not sure if you should just Google it or what is the best way to find it. But it's bright. I will say the VIP reserve seating VIP reception. All those tickets have already been sold out. There are still tickets left for if you just when it comes to see the movie and those go for twelve fifty. Oh nice. And again the documentary is called Mayor, Ed Lee, Rick Rick. It's great to talk to you. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Well, thanks for having me. Good luck to. Okay. Absolutely. You to this is really cool. I can't wait. Why sorry that the VIP tickets are already sold out. But that's the way it goes you want the the nice seats in the in the good way to do it. But Rick that's really cool working with the Chinese side. All right. Well, we're going to shift gears back to politics were just saying because this just came across now too. So we've heard that Representative Alexandra. Area. A cause yo Cortes on sixty minutes riled up. A lot of people saying, you know, why not go back to the time of great prosperity in America, reducing income inequality and have a top tax rate top marginal tax rate of seventy percent. Well, there's another freshman Representative who may have just one up ter-. Let's discuss what you think of that four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Cagy? Oh, eight ten and streaming online at K G, O.

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Nonprofit Launches Free TV Streaming Service

The Vergecast

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Nonprofit Launches Free TV Streaming Service

"A company in New York, they found an exception to the copyright lots. Like, it's written into law were nonprofits are allowed to rebroadcast broadcast TV over the internet called locust, Ed Lee, his reporter, the New York Times wrote a piece about it. Today. We followed up we investigated this loophole that they've found a loophole actually in the law says nonprofits to do this, but go to L O C A S T it literally it looks like a non profit's website. But their whole the point of this entire. Effort is hate TV is broadcast for free over the air that we like the airwaves the spectrum that we grant to TV providers consumers should be able to get that for free. So they've started. It's literally nonprofit company you can just like donate them five dollars. If you want, but the big TV providers don't wanna sue them because they think that they might not win, and they don't want to draw attention to it. So it just one of those very perfect verge edge case companies where it's like. You can't poke at it too much because you might lose really bad. But they the the the company's hate it.

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"ed lee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wall telephone. Where the bell mechanism is. It's almost an exact copy of the perpetual motion Halder, it looks exactly the same shape bar coils on it with a bar that infantile bar at the end and then the little magneto wheel. That's inside the generates the current is a scale model of the one the big one that he has an and that I'm recreating. And then you consider, oh, if he's making a phone call, you you run the the current from the generator wheel, you write it up to the bell or the perpetual motion holder, and then you run that down to the to the receiver, which would be the stone. Mazing work. The guy was wondering what tesla would have done had. They met. It's been rumored that they had really. Yes. Rumored that Ed Lee Scotland and tesla met and talk I wonder who have the influence on each other. I don't know that I gotta tell you. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall. Oh that would have been something. Absolutely. Not sure I would have understood most of it. But I would have really enjoyed listening. Joel thanks for the call next. Cindy is with us in Hillsborough North Carolina, east of the Rockies. Good morning. Cindy. Hi, good morning. Yes, I like to speak to you on and talk with him please about when he was talking about a sequence of numbers. To be overlaid. Into the apparatus to create the. The magnetic pole raising. I'm calling in twenty eleven I went there by myself, and I stabbed list, the reporter with the guy who was actually a retired department at the person who said he worked there. As a volunteer for nothing, but his help homestead down there and coral castle, okay? Yeah. At that time. After the poor. Cited and at the top about a lot of things is a lot within their on the north wall. I'm gonna go ahead hand shut. Unless you see this. He said the the numbers have showed up in Shoda. Wow. And said they're coming day one. I went and I looked and I did I saw I remember the first number was three the must've been about six the number. I don't know. Why didn't try to get a phone defense pitcher something very decided who said that after five o'clock that the people were gonna come? I did not ask. His. We're there. He good acknowledge that a lot of that was set up as a masonic lodge. Different places. But those numbers on the north. Wow. So says. Well, I'm gonna show you something cut me is you're facing the north while they are two chairs one on the. There's one. Me and the right care. Good here. There's.

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"ed lee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Exclusions may apply. And welcome back, our L pool with us talking about Edward leads Scotland and coral castle will get your final calls in the second. But our L where do we get this book the elites call in Kodak's where do people pick it up? It's only available on Amazon dot com, and you can have it in paperback. And if you are interested in having an as soon as possible, you can preorder the digital download from for KENDALL on Amazon, and it will be yours on the thirty first. So if you can't wait for paperback version, there instantly. Yup. Super and people can search our l Poole P O L E at Amazon in the so all pop up for you just type in the lead Scotland codex, and it will pop right up back to the phones. Joe truck driving in Idaho. Welcome to the program. Joseph. Thank you, Mr. Nori. So like this give my mind something to think about in past miles. Oh, yeah. Me too. Mr. pool a couple of quick questions. Pitcher, this fellow building the coral castle like a little hand running around move around rocks way many times side of his body. But. What was he like did he go in scientific circles? Or did you have a mentor or was he just a product you that came up with all this on his own or pretty lonely guy are L wasn't he? Yeah. He was not a social creature by any stretch of the imagination. He was he was a solitary person for as much as I've ever read or known about him. And and I think that there is just a loneliness, you feel I don't think people would even have to to really tell me that for me to see it and understand. But he spent a lot of time reading a lot of time studying people said that he was always down at the public library. And that he was reading books on ancient Egyptian pyramids that? He seemed obsessed with the subject was he a likable guy. Everybody that ever met him said that he was soft spoken gentle, just wonderful soul. And that he really enjoyed. You said something very nice that I have a lot of passion for the subject. But they they said when Ed would give the tour that he a he he would he would really get into it, and he loved showing people things and taking them around. And and you know, you know, showing off his is wonderful work. You charge ten cents for this. Yes. Ten cents which by the way, I wanted to say just before the inter- the interviews over. I just have to mention this that the I had to have some new information. I believe it's new information is we were talking about the application of these principles that he discovered and. I can't help. But they got obsessed with these wall telephones. I think they're just meat and it occurred to me that some of the things that Ed is doing seems a lot like what you would find an old wall telephone that would have been around when he was a boy, you think about this. He has you put in a dime. Literally drop a dime. Okay. And then you go over to the door, and he has a sign that says ring the bell twice. That is the thing that happens with a telephone you would put in a dime or two nickels, and then you would turn the hand crank, and it would send a signal down the line, and it would ring the bell twice. And then the operator on the other end would pick up and connect your call. And when you put in the diamond, you rang the bell twice would come out. He would get the operator. And when you look at the inside of of the telephone of wall telephone. Where the bell mechanism is. It's almost exact copy of the perpetual motion holder. It looks exactly the same shape bar coils on it with a bar that infantile bar at the end. And then the little magneto wheel. That's inside generates the current is a scale model of the one the big one that he has an and that I'm recreating. And then you consider, oh, if he's making a phone call you run the the current from the generator wheel, you write it up to the bell or the perpetual motion holder, and then you run that down to the to the receiver, which would be the stone. Mazing work. The guy was wondering what tesla would have done had. They met. It's been rumored that they had really. Yes. Rumored that Ed Lee Scotland and tesla met and talk I wonder who have the influence on each other. I don't know that I gotta tell you. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall. That would have been something. Absolutely. Not sure I would have understood most of it. But I I would have really enjoyed listening. Joel thanks for the call next up. Cindy is with us in Hillsborough North Carolina, east of the Rockies. Good morning. Cindy. Hi, good morning. Yes, I lots to speak to you. S on and talk with him. Please about when he was talking about the sequence of numbers that are supposed to be overlaid into the apparatus to create the. The magnetic pole rings, and I'm calling in twenty eleven I went there by myself. And I stabbed was the record with the guy who was actually a retired department at the Smith. Person steady work there. As a volunteer for nothing, but is held at homestead down there and coral castle. Okay. Yeah. And at that time. After fabulous thing dish the poor. He was very excited. And and talk about a lot of things is a lot within their on the law. He was very excited. And he said I'm going to go ahead and shut. Unless you see this. He said the the numbers have showed up in Shoda. Wow. Okay. And said they're coming. They were I went, and I looked and I did I saw I remember the first number was three the must've been about six at the numbers. I don't know. Why didn't try to get nature something out of it? And he was.

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"ed lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Traffic coming up in minutes on NewsRadio WFL a. And welcome back. Our final hour with our L pool. As we talk about his latest work, the lead Scotland codex RL where did Ed in the first place. Get the blocks of stone to build coral castle. Where did they come from? At the place that the coral castle is currently he took them right out of the ground. And I believe at the first place that. Which was a few miles away from where it originally said. From where currently said he again, took he cuts them out of the ground. And when you look at the Corey at the coral castle museum. They look like pieces of sheet cakes that were just cut out. They're they're perfect cuts. And again, we go back. We see this with ancient megalithic structures other places that they just look like they were just cut out like she take. And then he floated them out of the whole. He had to. Yeah. There's no other way would have pulled out. No way. If he knew what I have been. Seeing and picking up the pieces he's left behind if he knew that. He absolutely had the ability to do just that if you were to closed room with him. What would you be asking him? Now, let's assume he'll be very open with you and tell you what you want to know. I think I would ask him why you chose to leave it behind the way. He did. Yeah. Wouldn't even ask him for that for the whole secret. Though, he'd probably reveal it to you. Oh, you'd want to get it off his chest or something. That's a really nice thing. Thank you. I probably start by if I could I wanna give him my tour of the coral castle and tell him what I think everything is. And what I believed that I figured out, and I would ask him if I was close. Because I think that's what he was looking for. He was he didn't want to try to perpetuate a theory. He didn't want to argue against the mainstream. He didn't want to fight that battle. I believe that that he found a better way. He understood magnetism better than anyone. He understood astronomy better than anyone and he didn't have to argue. He just used it. And then built the coral castle as his proof. And then here's the other interesting thing what we were talking about eight. Move the coral castle. For something to be valid scientifically it not only has to be verifiable. It has to be repeatable. Yup. And that's why he moved to coral castle. That's blessed to have repeatable results. When you saw for the first time were you in all? I was. The thing that got me the most. Was the thirty tonnes down the north wall of the coral castle. Now, how big is that thirty tons worth sixty thousand pounds. Moved by a man who weighs less than a hundred. With no machine and win. What is it like ten feet tall or something like that? It is very impressive. Yeah. I believe it's nine or ten feet tall. It's about I don't know. Twenty feet long at least and I'd say five feet thick. Geez. Here's the other thing if you really pay attention to it. It's pictures and all the things that he shows that block is larger than any tripod that he had. That's just amazing. It's bigger than any of the tripods that people think he used to lift the stones out of the ground. You know, manually it. And then once I heard you say, I'm sorry. I just say it back to you. But once once you what's the data the ground. How do you move it? That's right. Make such an incredibly strong point. How do you move it? You know, it has to be easy because anything else short of being able to make it easy is impossible. And and I keep thinking of what he said he knew the secrets of the pyramids. Yes. And he was obsessed with astronomy. And the stars just like the Egyptians, and he was able to build impossible megalithic structures. Just like the Egyptians, do do you think are L taught him this. Or how did he learn this? I believe that Ed Lee scholar and was a polymath and that he was an auto tactic person. His powers of observation. And.

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"ed lee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And welcome back to coast to coast. We are back with our L pool. Talking about Edward lead. Scotland and coral castle, how close are you are L to putting the entire puzzle together on how he did this. Well, I don't know if I've found the entire puzzle yet. The only problem, and you know, I appreciate that a lot. And I think what happens is people overlook the fact that I even found that there was evidence to put together. No, ROY exactly 'cause they're so excited about wanting to see it happen or wanting to know what the effect is. And you know, I'm. Right now, I'm working on just making people aware of the discoveries that have been made this far. But I have to tell you when I feel like I've put a lot of pieces of the puzzle together and. The conclusion that I have come to is that the coral castle was not add leads. Scotland's great achievement. Wasn't. Okay. So just bear with. Coral castle is the evidence of his greatest achievement. His greatest achievement would be the technology. Yes. And and that's based on from reading his works. Intently from seeing the clues building the things he tells you to build seeing the celestial component that he is added into it. And right there people kind of their eyes glaze over and they kinda go what? But you gotta stay with me on this. Because this is the heart of the entire thing that we were talking before how we agreed that. At least calling them wants to tesla magnetism. And. He understood that kinda say I'm sorry about whatever happens to your phone lines. But gravity. It's not true. And Etteleat Skullman proved it, and he also believed that everything was magnetic didn't they that's right? He was absolutely convinced that we live in a magnetic universe. And I don't think that we have to take his word for it. I think that was the reason for the coral castle in the first place was we can sit across the table from each other. And we can debate theories. But we cannot debate the coral castle it confronts us, it's there it is there, and it is impossible. And he did it. If I want to learn from anybody how to do the impossible. I wanna learn from Ed leads calling and what he shows and says over and over is that everything is magnetism, and I can give you a very compelling argument. Okay. Yeah. Newtonian physics. Newton observed an apple falling to the ground and very astutely and brilliantly observed that there was a force that was pulling the apple from the tree toward the center of the earth. And this is absolutely correct. And which was also remarkable for somebody at that time to do that. Observation alone. Secures Newton the place and the physics hall of fame. However, here's where we have the problem is he didn't know what the force was. No, no, he did not. So he. In. How could he how could he right? He had no way of knowing. So he created a folksy described a force and he called this force gravity now. Now. Hundreds of years later, Albert Einstein. With his theory of relativity is a model based on gravity. Here's where we have. The problem is that Newton observed an apple falling being pulled towards the center of the earth. But he didn't know what was doing it. And I'm Stein's time. We knew then that the earth had a giant magnetic core at the center of the planet. That's right. That is generating gigantic magnetic field that envelops everything around us, and we are saturated in magnetism, however. He chose to go with Newton's. Unfortunately, incorrect interpretation of the force news was based on just a complete inability to know, but Einstein during his time did have the ability to know that. There was a force the force. That was pulling the apple toward the center of the earth was the gigantic magnet the planet, and we are a magnet. We have a north and south pole. We have a an iron nickel core. We have a magnetosphere we generate lightning from a spin. We are a magnet a gigantic. Beautiful blue magnet spinning through space. My take is that leads Skullman built coral castle with the properties of magnetics, and somehow repelled the blocks, you know, when you when you put the the the magnets together, if they're the same polls they push away. Right. Yes. Paramagazine I think that's what he did with the blocks. He pushed him away to the point where he just kinda like floated them into place. I heard you say this on television, and I lit up like a Christmas tree when I watched it. Right. Then when I saw that episode. I I said my bucket list. Now is I need to I wanna speak to George Noory because you understand and you are right. And I'm going to explain why I believe you're right. And I'm by the way, I've done it without any scientific knowledge. It's almost self apparent to someone who's paying attention. And so you are absolutely right. And the reason that he was able to paramedic medically move. Those blocks is because now let's go back to what I just set. The first itself is a great big magnet. Ed Lee scoring and writes those exact words more than once now when he says something once I listen. But when he says it twice he means it he as trying to really tell you something. So if you take that, and you say, okay, the earth, it it is a giant magnet and extrapolate that over celestial objects as a whole what you tend to realize is that they're all. Giant magnetic. Rotating around each other in a weightless environment. And on the constellation wall. I discovered there were sixteen celestial alignments, one of the things I had to figure out was okay. This is a star map. But it's also a clock. If I can nail down. What these what this exact alignment of sixteen different? Celestial objects is I I wonder what I'll discover. So after I discovered it was, you know, celestial alignment and figured out what they all were. And then I had to I had to go through every single celestial alignment until I found the one that fit exactly. Correct. And the one that fits exactly, correct. Happened on September tenth nineteen Twenty-three at six eight PM eastern daylight time. That is the exact time that athletes Goldman has carved into an entire wall of the coral castle with exceptional detail. And then didn't tell anybody he took it to the grave. Now in that alignment something. Very important happens is called a physically, and this is an alignment of three or more celestial objects in a straight line. On that day. Venus? The sun the moon and the earth are all exact straight line during a total eclipse and at the time of the tunnel equinoxes. Wow. The magnetic pull on that must've been amazing. So if you. And again, I I was I'm like, okay, I figured this out. And I discovered what it is. But I have no idea what it means on day. I'm watching a YouTube video on magnetic experiments, and I trip across this video of how a gals rifle works. They're showing the trigger mechanism for gals rival in a gal's rival is just magnetics. There's no moving parts ball bearing magnet a ball bearing in a ball bearing. And I went wait. What? It's a ball bearing a giant powerful, magnets, a ball bearing and then a ball bearing. And that is the exact representation of this is if you if you consider celestial objects. Could be giants. Fear, magnets. Ball bearings. Venus? The extremely powerful magnets the sun. Then the next one after that is the moon in the one after that is the earth, and what happens with the trigger mechanism of gals rifle is that when these are all in alignment with each other. And within close enough proximity. This creates a push which would happen from Venus through the sun through the moon. Through the earth and out the opposite side of the earth, and guess where head leads in just happened to be at that exact moment, right? That alignment he was exactly on the opposite side of the earth from that alignment. And I believe that this celestial alignment creates a condition. Or a circumstance. That can be exploited. Or? It like a magnetic bubble or something. Yes. It creates the potential for para magnetism because we have this center alignment between all the equator of the celestial objects. And when you and also here's another little interesting tidbit is that he is also on the same general line of latitude as the dragons triangle. Zona silence. The great pyramids of Giza and he's on the corner right on the very corner of our own Bermuda. Triangle? A place where these. Seemingly inexplicable anomalies occur all at the tropic of cancer. Why would that be if you were wanting to get the fullest effect from from the moon, or from a total eclipse that would be the perfect place to be because the moon is actually about five degrees above the equator? So a rotates around us if you were on that line or close to it you were in the perfect spot. This it all just makes too much sense to not be true. There is just so much. Yes. I haven't lifted a block out of the ground yet. But it's it's almost so apparent. I don't see any way to and there's no other explanation for a guy to be able to move block like that by himself. Even if he had thirty guys with them. They couldn't have done it. No way. No, not with the setup and the tools that he had you know, I used to. Yes. I used to be into woodland survival and things like that. He always had a saying in the saying was the more, you know, the less you need. How do you think he created the magnetics around the blocks of stone to give them that repelling effect? So when you have a force that is coming through the planet that is a magnetic four texts or. I don't know how to explain it. But this magnetic push that is going through all of these celestial bodies, and you are on the opposite side of the planet. What I think he was able to do is.

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"ed lee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to coast to coast. We are back with our L pool. Talking about Edward lead. Scotland and coral castle, how close are you are L to putting the entire puzzle together on how he did this. Well, I don't know if I've found the entire puzzle yet. Only problem, and you know, I get approached with that a lot. And I think what happens is people overlook the fact that I even found that there was evidence to put together. No, ROY exactly 'cause they're so excited about just wanting to see it happen or a wanting to know what the effect is. And you know, I'm. Right now, I'm working on just making people aware of the discoveries that have been made this far. But I have to tell you when I feel like I've had a lot of pieces of the puzzle together and. The conclusion that I have come to is that the coral castle was not Ed Lee. Scotland's great achievement wasn't. Okay. So just bear with all right? Coral castle is the evidence of his greatest achievement. His greatest achievement would be the technology. Yes. And and that's based on from reading his works. Intently from seeing the clues building the things he tells you to build seeing the celestial component that is added into it. And right there people kinda derise glaze over and they kind go what? But you gotta stay with me on this. Because this is the heart of the entire thing that we were talking before how we agreed that. At least once the tesla magnetism. And. He understood that I'm gonna say I'm sorry about whatever happens to your phone lines. But gravity..

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"ed lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We'll talk to the CEO of the stock show about how you can do that next live. I John Morrissey is here up flying around and pretty bad out. There already traffic is bad in Denver. You haven't seen nothing yet. Wait till you see I seventy eight to seventy two crashes into bad spots are jammed up two of our major highways this morning. Let's start a westbound I seventy where a five car crash right at central park. Right. Where you turn off to go onto westbound to seventy has got you backed up solid back to tower road. This crash got the two right lanes block. Yes, you could still get onto seventy but you have to go into one of the center and left lanes, and then shoot back over to the right to get off of that offramp. This crashes right at the beginning of the offer of five cars involved and westbound, I seventy is a mess. If you're going into downtown go down to seventeen take seventeenth all the way into downtown. It'll shoot you're right in the downtown. It'll be slow their stop lights out seventeenth. But hey, Ed Lee can be better than sitting in the parking lot that we used to call westbound, I seventy backed up solid tower. The other crash is eastbound to seventy right here on the approach to is seventy not file from this. First crash. It is blocking the left lane at. It's in the middle of the construction field. They're rebuilding the interchange. Here's part the gap project on to seventy eastbound right here at I seventy. So the left lane is blocked. There is no shoulder and eastbound to seventy is backed up solid back to I twenty five at even onto the boulder turnpike. So you don't really take eastbound to seventy this morning. Take southbound I twenty five eastbound, I seventy the long way, we'll be the faster way because of this crash. The rest of your drive starting to get jammed up of they've closed USX through clear creek canyon again this morning for rockfall rock face mitigation. They're working on the cliff faces west of golden use..

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"ed lee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:25 min | 3 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Just teasing. We gotta have your mom on the air sometime when she come on. Yes. You shouldn't be on the radio with this all the time. That'll be fun. My used to have my dad on the air many many years ago before he passed, and we called we called it asked the old guy or something like that s the old man and people would call it with questions guy asked about asked about the civil war or something. My dad was like. Wasn't in the civil war. Old Ben come on. And my dad called once called the back line once when I was doing a show live from Vegas. And didn't know he was on the air and was worried about something I was doing and he goes he goes sweetheart don't give into peer pressure. You gotta protect yourself because you know, Mike, the kidney disease that I have. I was diagnosed in my early twenties. And he was saying, you know, you've got to be careful for your kidneys. I'll go dad were or live on the Incas. Sorry sweetheart. I'm sorry are. People called me sweetheart in the halls KFI for awhile. What are you gonna do? Hey, thanks for tuning in. We're chatting with three culinary studs out there from the Orange County area. We've got Ed Lee John park and Brian huskey. Of course, Ed Lee is with wa who's everybody knows what who's fish taco. But now Phil Phil or fills fills. I l l f I l cookie Phil F I L L, and where's that located seventeen sixty seven Newport boulevard. Okay. Phil. And that's where you get the sweets and the, Yup. The goodies. I'm trying to let everybody know because inevitably because of the time we're on people will go seek you out today. So you want these sweets and the cookies and the donuts we're talking about you go to fill you want the breakfast burrito. And that chicken sandwich that will make you want to punch a stranger in the face. You wanna taste that you want to go to toast? While who's fish tacos. You know, they've got great food. Find them all over Orange County. Now, let's talk about tackle box. You're up Brian. Hey, thanks for having us. So yeah. Tackle box for the month of January to celebrate the kickoff of the new year two thousand nineteen and also a week before the big Super Bowl game. We're doing a week weekend of celebrations at taco box. Kind of we're at that six month. Mark we've been open about six seven months now down at the soco collection and the OC mix three three two on Highland avenue over by south coast plaza. But so the twenty four th we're starting off with a tap takeover with a brewery located in Placentia called the brewery. So we'll be bringing in a five different beers from them which will start on Thursday, the twenty fourth and then the twenty fifth reforming that up with a five dollar flight night to kinda keep driving in. A celebration of great beers at our newest location in Costa Mesa and then to kind of highlight three day extravaganza on the twenty sixth the Saturday. We'll be doing an epic Super Bowl is what we have it billed as it's going to be an all you can eat, you know, you can choose a Dungeness crab whole Maine lobster, and then the extensive menu goes on with Savita with red snapper with liquid nitrogen Savitri saucer, a crab, Louie blue crab Gumbo. What else do we have? We've also got you know, the traditional fixings collards killing each. Ramp man, Dewey sausage, and to really drive home that Super Bowl epoch seafood boil. We're also including a unique creme brulee. As well. Yeah. It should be quite delicious and epic. You've got sea urchin, go Ned Krim. Yeah. You know, why? Not right. If we're going to build this as as a Super Bowl, right? Wow. Trying to figure out what that would taste like now, it's going to be great. It's we're actually I'm not a huge fan of only. I do I have had it in some very wonderful. Preparations before where I've just been like that's stunning. But to me, it's ocean flavored toothpaste, so. So that is that's a really neat combination. And. I bet you if someone can pull it off. It's you. So we'll see you guys should come down. Check us out and see how well we pull it off as a team and also John park over here him and his team will be hooking up the green apple sorbet to accommodate the creme brulee. Oh, man. Epic marriage in partnership on on that interesting. So you get that really kind of briny ocean. Eating flavor up against the tart kind kinda sharp flavor of the green apple well, that's the idea. Well, the idea of savory applications like green apple new is a pretty traditional. I'd say flavor combo. So that was kind of the inspiration. I've cooked with those flavors in Syria application, so he was trying to create that waiver profiles and apply. It into a dessert dessert dish. So. It would have been early on. Were you guys out there at the Pacific, food and wine? Yeah. Yeah. We're doing our our world famous buffalo cauliflower. Yeah. I think that's that's I think that's the first time. I had your food. I think so but. There's subtleties to the stuff that you do that. Then I'm impressed by like it, very very well thought out food, and it stuck with me. Um? So so good for you that you're you're you have this platform to do all this stuff. I think that's great. You know, the variety of the things that you guys are doing are crazy cool too. I mean, anything unit opened up ten more places between you. The next time you come on. Now, we're slowing down a little bit. I think with this who keeping ourselves bisbee Brian failed to missions. This is his second location. So he's busy running CDM and soco John has got his hands full with Phil until this right now. But we're looking you know, whereas looking around and. And he's still got time to surf and enjoy lice that's for pride. I was actually driving with John this morning. I said, hey, our gold from the Geico is to be able to surf a little bit. And I'm still trying to do it. So it's we're out there. My goal is just to eat. That's why I started the show just very simple to eat. Well, that's great. So tonight. We've got people listening, and they're thinking there in Orange County, and we've got a big following out there, and they're thinking, wow. Where am I going to go? So they can they can start where where should they start? Well, they could've start this morning with a breakfast burrito. From toast. Maybe have a late lunch and get that chicken sandwich. Then you can go for dinner. Over to tackle box. Right. Get a nice meal there, and then you can end the day going to fill and getting some sweet treats. Absolutely. That's sounds like a pretty awesome day. No. I would say, so what's what's the attitude Brian of tackle box? Like, if you wanted people if you had a elevator pitch of what tackle boxes for those people that are wondering where to eat tonight. Well, the thing is that original original location in cronut, Omar it's been about it's going into our fourth year. That's more just like an upscale beat shock. You know, it's just a window nine to five operation. So our newest location out in Costa Mesa. That's you know, we've got four walls, and we've got a, you know, a full tap system. Beer, and wine. So, you know, we like to believe we're more of a coastal pub with just, you know, really classic American eats with a little bit of global influences. But the idea that you mentioned is simplicity, you know, not too many ingredients and let just like the execution execution and consistency speak for itself. And then obviously, you know, just great service. And and if you have those three variables, you know, nine nine out of ten times, the the customer's usually come back. So that's kind of what we Bank on its excellent. Yeah. I the energy in the passionate you guys have you can always tell if sit behind this Mike for six seven years, whatever it is and doing this show, and I will tell you can just see there's a fire in somebody. And that whatever concept you guys come up with a guarantee that it's going to have everything well thought out from the location, the attitude, the ambiance, and the food and gosh, I can't recommend enough for people get out there and try tackle box toast. Of course, you know, why who's taco now fill get out there and get some good food. And then hit me back on what you think. But thanks for coming in. Where can they find you guys social media all that stuff? I'll let you go. I go a toast to Mesa is our handle for g. Costa mesa? I get it. That's a that's funny toast at Costa Mesa. Okay. And then you can find us at a tackle box. OC TAC K L E B O X OC, that's our handle for social media. And then as well as our website, and then you can find the call epoch Super Bowl on event bright as well. So have come check us out soon. And what who you can find some fish talk on it? Also, you can go eat fails. So excellent. Well, thanks for coming. In is really great heavy honored like heavy on again. So let's let's a book you guys another time. And you bring more good food income as much you. Want sounds good? Thanks for having us. Neil. All right, guys. Good to see. It is the fork Nielsen survey KFI AM, six forty. Let's get the latest news now with Amy king KFI newsroom. The US government is now into its longest shutdown ever. The partial government shutdown is in today. Twenty two with no end in sight bombmakers did pass a Bill yesterday. The guarantees furloughed workers will get their back pay. Once the shutdown is over the president is expected to sign..

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"ed lee" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Can you just for the listener define? What is the analog of daft to Daf sixteen and us Duff to ease the insulin receptor and doffs sixteen is the fuck. So the folks oh transcription factor. But the point is at this time that you took a worm that normally lives two weeks, and you turned down its insulin receptor slightly not off correct. Right. But you made insulin resistant, and it was accumulating fat. And what was? Cy bringing into the field. I was saying the major reason for aging is this insulin resistance syndrome, and the main part of the insulin resistant is accumulation of visceral fit. And so the premise was good digs Empel was disaster. To me, I had the JC I taper adept timing press really showing with MRI pictures, how caloric restriction decreases, the visceral fed I was talking about the biology of those fed and stuff, and it was a major power Dokes for us in the field. And how we continue if we're saying insulin resistant is good for longevity and everybody diabetes news. This is a disaster. Why am I telling you that because I learned later I was thinking later on experiments that I've done out. So first of all experiment that I've done that was very conclusive was I took. Bunch of Ritz hundred fifty actually and all of them underwent surgery after puberty in some of them, I removed their visceral fat depots by surgery and in the other. It was a sham procedure just moved but didn't remove and we had three groups in the experiment. One was Ed Lee, boom, feeding the second was caloric restriction. This is the control they would leave forty percent better. And the third group was Ed Leedom feeding of the Retz that their visceral fat was removed. And I said, you know, without the visceral fat even with nutrients, they leave longer and they actually leave significantly longer than the Leedom by twenty percent. But not as much as the caloric restriction. Just make sure understand you had a two one ratio of your animals because you had no I had three groups three groups, but one of all ad lib feeding of the visceral. Fat removed that was right. And then of the ones that had sham surgery. They were randomized to ad-lib versus CR, correct? It's really showed that visceral fat, the removal of visceral fat had major effect. And when the animals who had the visceral fat removed were autopsied or whatever the word is for rat. Autopsies had they re figured out a way to reaccumulation visceral fat or where they accumulated now. In fact, when you do this procedure after puberty if you do it before puberty, they accumulate visceral fit, otherwise don't accumulate much visceral set did they have changes in subcutaneous fat. That's a good question mice heavy when you do it and Retz do not what do they ultimately succumb to? They all die from the same thing only different times. Which is what cancer? Yeah. It was Sprague doling so kidney disease cancers were the leading causing debts. So you basically got half the benefit of CR by doing this. But. Doom but without visceral fat. So you understand it's very sorry. One other question near was there any change in their health span or their spry nece? Yes. There was a helsmman. In fact, what happened to the Libby doom that lead doom starts losing weight at the end of their life and the ad lib doom with visceral fat have still gained weight after the others. You know, it was a significant change in weight. And then there's a whole hell spend their insulin levels and other things that we've been we've down in parliament..

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"ed lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And even some of Brown's terms is that you have this like super duper majority of Democrats. And we we've talked on this show a lot about the potential for you know, that being double edged sword for for new. I'm curious though. Like, what do you see as the opening since you're in the private sector now for business with us because it seems to me like moderate Democrats have kind of become the Republicans of ten years ago. Right. Like, do you think that there's I don't know? Is it a better or worse place to be as somebody in the business sector than it was a couple years ago? I think they've they've been smart if the chamber has been smart and changing their strategy instead of blindly endorsing and supporting Republicans a few years ago, they decided hold on a second Republicans are completely irrelevant in California. Now, we need to get with the moderate democrat when he's back the moderate Democrats or the business friendly folks who are going to support some of their issues. I think they've been smart and doing that what ask you about the private sector. You did work for Uber. For awhile a company that really needed a change in corporate image. No, what was that like working there? And did you try to change the image? It had you know, the CEO ultimately laughed. Very bro kind of atmosphere. More mole environment for women minorities. You know, was it. Did you see all that? You know, it was that overblown or did you see it? No, no. We were there. I was I was in the middle of all of it and part of that team that was dealing with that on day to day basis. I most fascinating for someone like me who comes from politics had that pace and intensity and importance in front page news every day. Right. And so it was it was it was really really fascinating. What was fascinating was fasting to deal with something that was so that was so quick moving. And that we said that we couldn't prepare for right? That's the that's the stuff that you do in politics. That's that get your rental and going campaigns. Exactly. It's like a campaign, the only differences on the campaign. Yeah. The calendar on the wall where thirty two days thirty one days right at Uber. There was no calendar. We had no idea what it going to end. But we work with some really smart really great people there there there continues to be some really smart, really great people. What about the culture? I'm the culture's changing. I think it's tough to shift the culture from what it was to to what I think it's going to become. I think Dora is excellent. He's the new CEO and he's brought in a great leadership team there. What you see like is it ver I mean, you mentioned sort of the fast paced culture, which is unusual because a lot of people go from politics to the private sector. And I think are like why do we have to have fifty five meetings about anything because I'm gonna make a decision. But then there's also some Larry's in that the original CEO of Uber really did set the tone Travis helper neck, and you know, I I guess like what are the differences in a corporation versus a candidate. And are there some I think it's very similar least Uber now work some other corporations now that are not as fast paced and not as hyper growth is it was it Hoover. But certainly Dubar it did feel like the company was the candidate. You heard David. Plus we used to work with when he came into Uber. That's what he said. He said he's going to treat the, you know, Uber. As the candidate. And we really ran the policy and com shop, you know, similar to what a political campaign is I work with other countries right now that are a little bit slower pace that have a little bit more bureaucracy. You know, frankly, from my background I much prefer those kind of startup cultures. I work with a a venture capital firm here in town where I have some exposure to that it's a lot more fun. Well, I know you worked with Ron Conway who helped to serve an angel investor. Very controversial here in San Francisco. He's I think our former Republican, but it was a big backer of Ed Lee, and you only controversial because he entered into the political sphere. Before that. Talk about that. Were, you know, working for Lee, y you felt that was something that he Conway wanted. Yeah. And Lee was obviously very pro tech, which some think now maybe wasn't the best thing for the city. Well, that was a that was a I totally disagree with that. But that that was a that was a fun campaign. I met Ron in two thousand eleven and ran the independent expenditure campaign in support of of mayor Lee. It was the one with ANC Hammarby. Attention for that. Yeah. It was great. It was it was a lot of fun. I've worked with Ron since. Then I think that a lot of great things for the city. I I think that that that mayor breed now is going to continue some of that work. And and I know she's very focused on on a lot of the issues that we have here. Do you think the tech is sort of unfairly maligned in terms of changing the culture of the city driving up really having a big impact on affordability? And so on I think that it's it's a factor that needs to be looked at. But I think that a lot of other factors are, you know, the, I think it is you know, you talk about Sacramento being a one horse town. I mean, you know, there's just different shades of liberal liberalism here in San Francisco. So I don't think there's a lot of of opposing views in city hall that could come up with some some interesting solutions. I'm hoping mayor breed. I believe in her quite a bit that she's going to come up with some of these solutions. But I think it's overly simplistic to say that because we have this influx of tech companies here, which are by the way, providing a ton of jobs, and you talk to rupture, restaurants and other other small businesses around town. They're very happy to have the business. I think it's very narrowly focused to say it's because of that we have these issues. So you're just a nice things about former Mayor Ed Lee who passed away about a year ago and current mayor London breed that leads me to believe you have voted for Democrats voted for wrote a check to to mayor breed. I wrote a check to whoever the current United States Senator from Alabama who ran against ROY Moore. I don't even know his name, Doug. Sure. Yes. That was quick to do that. When our party decided to support a pedophile. So I supported lots of Democrats back through the years most mostly Republicans, but you know, it's a little out of left field. But you know, you mentioned Alabama. What do you make of the, you know, the kerfuffle around the managing partner of the giants who got in trouble for sending donations to campaigns that ended up using you know, making racist ads. And so oh God. I I didn't see that. But the managing director of the of the giants Johnson, I think okay? If you don't know about it. Well, I I think that you need to be careful when I advised individuals and Inc of how they're going to play political. You gotta vet this stuff. Very very, very thoroughly. Because a lot is particularly now there's a lot of snake oil with a lot of what these political consultants are selling and you've seen recently Alaba them getting some trouble. She to be very careful to bet where your money is being spent. So let's talk about next Monday Nissan gets sworn in. We will actually have a special broadcast. That'll. Be up there along with one. But you were there as Schwarzenegger exited the stage. What's it like handing off the reins to a new administration? And is it it's probably a little different this time because it's a democrat to a democrat. But it must always be a little strange. Well, it was look for me. Personally. It was it was bittersweet. And we we turn the lights out in that place. We didn't want to go. We we logged in the door and still do governor Schwarzenegger. We really were proud of the work. We did. So it was a sad moment. We spent a lotta time with governor Brown and his wife and his team as they were coming in. Frankly, they had been there before he had spent his lifetime in public service that he didn't need us. They were they were very gracious about saying, thanks, but no, thanks for just let let us less moving here last any the Conan sort is gone. So we can. And I think this is, you know, you have a lot of people like like like Daniel Gonzales like autumn onto Santos who served under governor Schwarzenegger who served on with with this administration. I think there's a lot of holdovers. We didn't do that. Governor Brown didn't keep if anybody from from governor Schwarzenegger's office. So I think you have an easier transition not just dam too, Dan, because we had you know, we were friends with with governor Brown. But I think more of a has you have the personnel. Who's gonna stick around things easy? Did you happen to witness any of the meetings? If there were any between, governor Schwarzenegger and Jerry Brown. Yeah. A little bit. We have. Well, it wasn't the first time they met the attorney general. So with us he had been around, and they work together had a good working relationship. It's harder to more different people. But they're both, very intellectual. They're both very and they both care very much about California. But both care very much about the environment. And I think that they both understand that the the fiscal issues that we're facing with a tax reform the pensions, I just mentioned. So I actually think that they have a lot more in common. They do apart. Right. Thirty seconds left. Have you ever driven abor? I did. Yeah. I did about forty trips when I was working there. Just to get a better understanding of how I ended with five stars. Yeah. We're story. I didn't have you're up near crash. Still one got in my car. Someone got my car who actually knew from Sacramento political consultant from Sacramento. Exactly. So it was a really great experience. You know, it was it was fun so backup in case politics. It's a great gig. Great game. You're not gonna every say anything bad about that about that company with Maclear family Rubio, big supporters of nice. Well, thank you so much for coming in. You're going to the inauguration on Monday, or no I will not I will not be Intel on Monday. Sadly, we at the national championship game down in Santa Claus. Hashtag priorities. Thank you again that do it for this edition of political breakdown and production. Okay. Acuity public radio as we mentioned. We'll be back Monday with live coverage of Gavin Newsom.

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"ed lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:13 min | 3 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We need the back the moderate Democrats or the business friendly folks who were going to support some of their issues. I think they've been smart and doing that want to ask you about the private sector. You did work for Uber. For awhile a company that really needed a change in corporate image. No, what was that like working there? And did you try to change the image? It had you know, the CEO ultimately laughed. Very bro kind of atmosphere. More mole environment for women minorities. You know, was it. Did you see all that? It was that overblown or did you see it? No, no. We were there. I was I was in the middle of all of it. And I was part of that that the team that was dealing with on day to day basis. I most fascinating for someone like me who comes from politics had that pace and intensity and importance in front page news every day. Right. And so it was it was it was really really fascinating. What was fascinating was fascinating to deal with something. That was so that was so quick moving. And that we said that we couldn't prepare for right? That's the that's the stuff that you do in politics. That's that gets your adrenaline going campaigns. Exactly. It's like a campaign, the only differences on a campaign. Yeah. The calendar on the wall where you go thirty two days thirty one days right at Uber. There was no Kalemie. We had no idea what it's going to end. But we I work with some really smart really great people there. They're they're there continues to be some really smart, really great people. What about the culture? I'm the culture's changing. I think it's tough to shift the culture from what it was to to what I think it's going to be calm. I think Dora is excellent. He's the new CEO and he's brought in a great leadership team there. What do you see like is it ver I mean, you mentioned the sort of the fast paced culture, which is unusual because a lot of people go from politics to the private sector. And I think we're like why do we have to have fifty five meetings about anything someone to make a decision? But then there's also similarities in that the original CEO of Uber really did set the town Travis helper neck, and you know, I guess like what are the differences in a corporation versus a candidate. And are there some Larry? I think it's very similar Lisa Uber now worker some other corporations now that are not as fast paced and not as hyper growth is. It was it over. But certainly Uber. It did feel like the the the company was the candidate. You heard David plus for us to work with when he came into Uber. That's what he said. He said he's going to treat the Uber. As the candidate. And we really ran the policy and com. Shop similar to what a political campaign is I work with other companies right now that are a little bit slower pace that have a little bit more bureaucracy. You know, frankly, from my background I much prefer those kind of startup cultures. I work with a venture capital firm here in town where I have some exposure to that it's a lot more fun. Well, I know you worked with Ron Conway who helped to his serve an angel investor. Very controversial here in San Francisco. He's I think our former Republican, but it was a big backer of Ed Lee, and you only controversial because he entered into the political sphere. Before that. But, you know, talk about that were, you know, working for Ed Lee, y you felt I mean that was something that he the Conway wanted and Lee was obviously very pro tech, which some think now maybe wasn't the best thing for the city. Well, that was that was a I totally disagree with that. But that that was a was that was a fun campaign. I met Ron in two thousand eleven and ran the independent expenditure campaign in support of of mayor Li it was the one with the MC hammer. Attention for that. Yeah. It was great. It was it was a lot of fun. I worked with Ron since. Then. I think did a lot of great things for the city. I think that that that mayor breed now is going to continue some of that work. And I know she's very focused on on a lot of the issues that we have here. Do you think the tech is sort of unfairly maligned in terms of changing the culture of the city driving up really having a big impact on affordability? And so on I think it's it's a factor that needs to be looked at. But I think that the lava other factors are, you know, the, I think it is, you know, you talk about Sacramento being, you know, one horse town. I mean, you know, there's just different shades of of liberal liberalism here in San Francisco. So I don't think there's a lot of of opposing views in city hall that could come up with some some interesting solutions. I'm hoping mayor breed. I believe in her quite a bit that she's going to come up with some of these solutions. But I think it's overly simplistic to say that because we have this influx of tech companies here, which are by the way, providing a ton of jobs, and you talk to rupture, you know, restaurants and other other small businesses around town. They're very happy to have the business. I think it's very narrowly focused to say, it's because of tech that we have these issues. You're just nice things about. Former Mayor Ed Lee who passed away about a year ago and current mayor London breed that leads me to believe you have voted for Democrats wrote a check to to mayor breed wrote a check to whoever the current United States senators from Alabama who rank is ROY Moore. I don't even know his name, Doug. Sure. That was quick to do that. When our party decided to support a pedophile. So support lots of Democrats back through the years most mostly Republicans, but you know, this is a little out of left field. But you know, you mentioned Alabama. What what do you make of the, you know, the the kerfuffle around the managing partner of the giants who got in trouble for sending donations to you know, campaigns that ended up using, you know, making racist ads, and so oh who I I didn't see that. But the managing director of the of the giants Johnson. Okay. If you don't know about it. We'll. I I think that you need to be careful when I advise, you know, individuals Inc habit going to play political. You gotta vet this stuff. Very very, very thoroughly. Because a lot is particularly. Now, there's love snake oil with a lot of what these cleaner political consultants are selling and we've seen recently allow them getting some trouble going to be very careful to vet where your money is being spent. So let's talk about next Monday. Newsom get sworn in. We will actually have a special broadcast. Gotta be up there along with. But you were there as Schwarzenegger exited the stage. What's it like handing off the reins to a new administration? And is it it's probably a little different this time because it's a democrat to a democrat. But it must always be a little strange. Look for me. Personally. It was it was bittersweet, and we turn the lights out in that place. We we didn't wanna go. We we loved and adored and still do governor Schwarzenegger. We really were proud of the work. We did. So it was a sad moment. We spent a lot of time with governor Brown and his wife and his team as they were coming in. Frankly, they had been there before he had spent his lifetime in public service. And he didn't need us. They they were they were very gracious about saying, thanks. Thanks for just let let us less moving your less knowing the the Conan sort has gone. So we can. And I think this is, you know, you have a lot of people like like like Daniel Gonzales, autumn Mata Santos who served under governor Schwarzenegger who served at least with with this administration. I think there's a lot of holdovers. We didn't do that. Governor Brown didn't keep if anybody from from governor Schwarzenegger's office. So I think you have an easier transition not just dumbed down because we you know, we were friends with governor Brown. But I think more of a has you have the personnel. Who's gonna stick around things easy? Did you happen to witness any of the meetings? If there were any between, governor Schwarzenegger and Jerry Brown. Yeah. A little bit. We have. It wasn't the first time they met the attorney general. So they had any think. He had been around the work together had a good working relationship entirely more different people, but they're both, very intellectual. They're both very care very much about California. But both care very much about the environment. And I think that they both understand that the fiscal issues that we're facing with tax reform the pensions, I just mentioned. So I actually think that they have a lot more in common than they do apart. Right. Thirty seconds left. Have you ever driven abor? I did. Yeah. I did about forty trips when I was working there. Just to get a better understanding of now I ended with five stars. Yeah. Your story. One got in my car. So and got my car who actually knew from Sacramento political consultant from Sacramento. Stars. Exactly. So it was a really great experience. It was it was fun so backup in case politics. It's a great gig great game. You're not gonna ever say anything about about that about that company. Maclear family Rubio, big supporters of Uber. Nice. Well, thank you so much for coming in you go to the inauguration on Monday, or no I will not I will not be Intel on Monday. Sadly, we at the national championship game down in Santa Claus into hashtag priorities. Thank you again that will do it for this political breakdown and production of public radio as we mentioned we'll be back Monday with live coverage of Gavin Newsom inauguration.

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Ed Lee Bloomberg, Volvo and Tesla discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Ed Lee Bloomberg, Volvo and Tesla discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Seen as a, lens into the company's outlook for growth then this cloud Google CEO Sunday pitch I told analysts. Cloud was saying an inflection point, is business accelerates for all of. The big, players you, also highlighted emerging markets is a key However, the future growth particularly around maps. Where the, company wants to boost ads in San Francisco Ed Lee Bloomberg daybreak Europe and analysts are raising new questions for the one hundred thousand time about the future of tesla after it asked suppliers to give back. Some cash Elon Musk insists the new model three will pull his money loser into the black but observers say the appeal could, be a sign that something has. Gone wrong Tesla's spent billions trying to ramp up production and it's feared second quarter. Numbers may be disappointing. Another story from the Cossacks initial feedback. Is said to value. Volvo 'cause fall below owner jellies. Top end estimates for potential listing sources say institutional investors think the maker is worth between twelve and eighteen billion dollars box were told. Volvo and jelly, put the, figure is. Highest thirty billion, dollars closely held, Lee bought Volvo cars back in two thousand ten and according to. People familiar it. Was planning to sell Hsieh's Stockholm and Hong Kong It's due to be a key test of Turkey's central Bank independence when it releases its. Latest monetary, policy decision later today Bloomberg's owner aunt. Has the preview Turkey central Bank will convenience..

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Women's Suicide Rates Are Increasing Faster Than Men's

NPR News Now

04:59 min | 3 years ago

Women's Suicide Rates Are Increasing Faster Than Men's

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is now in China, having wrapped up meetings in South Korea as Jason structure reports from Seoul. Pompeii was briefing. The two governments about this week summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN on denuclearization secretary pond pale met with president moon Jae-in as well as with foreign ministers from South Korea and Japan. He says that despite President Trump's tweet that we can all rest easy. Now that North Korea's nuclear weapons are no longer a threat. He says, the administration is well aware that dialogue with Pyongyang could still fall apart. That's Jason Strother reporting from Seoul, South Korea had expressed concern about President Trump announcing the US would end joint military exercises with that country. Canada's foreign affairs minister is the latest official in that country to criticize President. Trump's new tariffs on US imports of steel and aluminum. Mm-hmm. Has Dan carpenter reports. She did. So on Capitol Hill in testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations committee Christophe Lynn, took her denunciation of the tariffs to President Trump's home turf. She also argued for preservation of the world's rules based order with or without the United States. Freeland is the first senior Canadian politician to come to Capitol Hill since Trump into two of his advisors launched personal attacks against prime minister, Justin Trudeau because he criticized the tariffs at the close of the g seven summit in Quebec. Freeland said, there was no justification to impose the tariffs on security grounds and described the action as illegal under both World Trade Organization and NAFTA rules. Freeland is expected to meet with US trades are Robert lighthizer on Thursday in an effort to keep NAFTA talks from derailing for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. President Trump imposed the tariffs on Canada, Mexico, and countries in the European Union. This afternoon, the Justice Department's inspector general releases. They report into how the f. b. i. handle the investigate. Action into former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton's use of a private E mail server the findings follow an eighteen month review. San Francisco has its new mayor more than a week after the election, Scott Shafer with member station k. q. e. d. says her chief rival has conceded the race. The winner by just a few thousand votes is London breed president of the San Francisco board of supervisors. She was acting mayor for a few weeks after the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee last year raised in public housing by her grandmother, she'll be the first African American woman to be mayor here. Speaking to supporters outside city hall breeds said after a contentious campaign, it's time to get to work. Here's the thing the campaign is over and it is time for us to forget about the drama that existed in the world of politics during the campaign London breed. We'll take office in mid July for NPR news. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco. This is NPR news from Washington. A new study says, the number of women committing suicide in the US is on the rise NPR's retu- Chatterjee reports in the new study researchers at the National Center for health statistics, analysed debts by suicide from the year, two thousand to two thousand sixteen. They found that men are more likely to die by suicide than women. But the rate of suicide among girls and women is rising more than twice as fast as for boys and men. The new study doesn't offer insights into what's driving more and more women to take their own lives. But psychologists note that growing levels of stress is a risk factor for also asides and previous reset suggests that middle-age women are reporting increasing levels of stress at home and at work that is the age group of women that's most likely die by suicide. Read through Chatterjee and Pierre news the men's World Cup soccer tournament gets underway today in Russia. The competition among thirty two team. James begins with Russia versus Saudi Arabia. In the group stage, there are three games tomorrow, including Portugal against Spain. The US men's national team did not qualify for this year's World Cup FIBA announced yesterday, the US Canada and Mexico will host the twenty twenty six men's World Cup soccer's world governing body chose the joint North American bid over one from Morocco. Most of the matches will be played at stadiums in the US. The World Cup is played every four years. The next one in twenty twenty two. His to be played in Qatar, stocks in Asia, finished the day lower after the Federal Reserve announced another hike in US interest rates. 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"ed lee" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ed lee" Discussed on Here & Now

"Ed lee is managing editor recode he joins us from new york hi ed hey and let's start with the players here for people who don't know what is broadcom first of all broadcom is a chip maker they're based in singapore and you know they they've been on acquisition spree of late and one of which was their trying qualcomm which is also chipmaker also chip maker and both company specifically make chips for mobile phones or mobile devices generally which sort of blooming sector of tech right now so why did broadcom want qualcomm well it's got a growing business and if you've got you know if your cell phone if you have a cell phone chances are part of the fia what you paid for that went to qualcomm they've got this great royalty business on patents that they own so it's a good business to own in terms of you know the future of mobile where headed and qualcomm is also a key player in the push to five g mobile networks which is the next jenner nation of how will transmit data right right and five she is crucial for how you know not just for tech but just everything could be you know selfdriving cars could be just for government uses well in terms of you know where everything's headed so the guts of the system are all of this budding wireless technology and i think that's key to how future the countries learn how the future of businesses are gonna run so what exactly did president trump say in his executive order blocking the deal.

Ed lee broadcom singapore managing editor new york qualcomm jenner president executive five g