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"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"The plan by the way approved by Governor Jared Police's office allows cross country to begin next week as well. But as for the other traditional fall sports to include field hockey football gymnastics boy soccer's spirit. Unified Bowling and girls volleyball Those won't take place until the second half of the academic, year, Greeley central football coach Jeff Priestly called the decision a tough difficult thing. We know it could happen. You know he said we knew that it may be coming but we kept preparing that we're going to be able to play Timakova nineteen. That's all we can do right. Hope for the best and prepare for the worst I. Know Our kids are on fire getting ready to go our summer's been tremendous. The kids have worked hard and I know that they're just champing at the bit to go priestly said they understand why the decision was made, but it doesn't take away the disappointment for the coaches or the players. CHASA. said the decision to move forward to move contact sports later in the year, came down to quote the restrictions restrictive nature close quote of the current state regulations and the ability to follow the. State Department of Education Policies. The new schedule should allow for playoffs and championship events without creating additional conflicts. Chaz Commissioner Rhonda Blandford Green said at a virtual press conference. I just want to remind everyone that twenty weeks ago Oh my gosh. That's on the world changed right. Twenty weeks ago, we had to shut down spring sports and those athletes would have done anything to have this opportunity were moving forward and getting kids a back into athletics. So the new calendar actually splits the years in the year into four seasons, A. B. C. and D.. Seasons vary slightly but they're each roughly seven weeks long competition limits have been reduced in the postseason will be shortened and reduce the number of qualifiers season. A will include the fall sports previously given the go ahead for competition and cross country all competition will end by October seventeenth. STATE DATA INDICATES A likely resurgence of covid nineteen cases in the fall is suppose it depends which model you're you're focusing on. Jessica will not hold sports or activities from October Eighteenth Twenty Twenty until January third twenty, twenty, one in anticipation of that. Of that increase. All right. She's mate expected to begin January fourth and by March six basketball ice hockey skiing spirit girls swimming and wrestling are expected to compete during this timeframe. The remaining traditional fall sports will play in season. See that begins March, first, and we'll end by May first football teams will get a slightly extended season due to specific equipment and safety rules. Teams will start practice February twenty-second and end by May eighth only eighteen from each classification will indeed make the playoffs Chasa plans to introduce bylaw that would make a football player in eligible in the spring if they transferred to play at an out of state school in the fall this according to the virtual press conference lastly. Season de includes. Baseball boys and girls, Lacrosse girls, golf girls, soccer boys, swimming girls, tennis track, and field and boys volleyball. It will get underway April twenty-sixth and and my June twenty-sixth blamed for green. Over Chasa said. The health and safety of our student participants, coaches, officials, and essential personnel including volunteers as a primary concern for the return of interscholastic athletic activities were very grateful.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Inside Podcasting
"About it, I feel like it's a conversation that I want to continue having with you guys in some form maybe when I see you in person finally, when is that GonNa Happen I mean. Gore. She podcast live. It's not before him the next pl. Is October Fifteenth Eighteenth Twenty Twenty one in Scottsdale Arizona. My side of the country and I want to clarify SP AL is she podcast live? You will only be there if there's a vaccine, he's made that very clear to me. Pounds on their lives there. Yeah. That's right. Down the street? Yeah. Yeah. You Will Williams one of my guests season really cool you live. Like, a stone's throw from Yvo. We digress once again, thank you guys so much for coming on the show I really really enjoyed this conversation. Share it with listeners I told them on last week's episode which I don't know if you heard the final cut but I did say that this episode which we haven't recorded yet I would be talking with you about the episode and also just like whatever else comes up and I love the part where whatever else came up it was fascinating to me. So thank you for being with us and that's a wrap. Hey. I'm good. How's Wyoming? It's good Clark, and I went on a fun hike today and he told me about all the stuff that he learned a camp but we are. Waiting for the arrival of the other half of our family and missing you guys. Yeah we're excited to see you just in a few days I. Know Know What? So? I am excited to share that I clocked in my final recording for inside passing season two. Unless. Of course, we play this recording on the podcast and that means this will be the final recording that I'm I'm done. It's rap she's in is in the CAN? Do they say that they can't I know you said that you could say in the books or in the fan. How are we doing now? There's over. I have mixed feelings on the one hand I. Feel Proud that I pulled it off and I feel like it was a good season I'm I'm really happy with every. Every episode and every interview on the other hand. You know it's bittersweet because I've made the decision to. Leave inside it's totally amicable but it's time for me to do something new and so that means I won't be hosting this podcast and I'm you know of course I feel I feel sad about that but you know the magic of podcasting is I can create something else and maybe even own a a bit of whatever I'm taking next time so yeah. So it's a weird moment but it's exciting and it's it's bittersweet as I said, yeah. No mixed mixed emotions for sure and I have since that from you over the last couple of weeks as you have brought this season to close. you feel about the fact that the podcast is ending that this work at least for right now. You know won't be least the immediate future I won't be telling you please be quiet. Well, I record. I think I speak for the kids as well are pretty excited for little break.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break
"Bob What are the questions that we like to ask? Our audience is sort of how your interest in space began. Could you share your story? Yeah I began as a kid on. It's really was triggered a lot by the Apollo program. I Don Ankle. Who used to be quite active and getting the latest Glossy brochures that material formed in the United States constantly in India. Nice so is the read all the stuff that he got and just call it up. And that's how I got interested in space. That's wonderful now you with JPL. Obviously you're working on ingenuity. The Mars helicopter the Mars rover Kansas. Little bit more about your current role with ingenuity. I'm known as the chief engineer on that Chief Engineer Throughout the project and but both in the phase where built the helicopter and over the next Yoga getting ready to operates Marceau. It's being the chiefs year. Who's responsible for you? Know the technical design and being dignity of the entire during system. Well that's wonderful on within. We're all fascinated by his. Obviously this will be the first time that a helicopter will be flown on another planet. I was just wondering you can just tell us more sort of give us a general overview about ingenuity size in general capabilities. Yes engineer. Keep is a because technology. Demonstration mission. Is Students. Prove that we can add this new area. Dimension door exploration of Mars So far it'd be a look at it from the arbit- their land in a few places and the of roads and a few others Rollers are you know. While very capable are limited in how far they can go and they can what all they can access and providing an aerial dimension dislike. You know the explosion of grown here on earth is added that additional exploration capability additional mobility capability. So that's what we're aiming to demonstrate Here on on Mars are demonstrating is One point two one point eight kilograms which about four pounds. Wow and it's but one point two meters diameter which is about four feet. And it's what we have on the over if you'll be dropped off do a demonstration and based upon everything we learn The next generation of Mars helicopters that would actually be focused on science and exploration would then become possible. This wonderful too because again the mission is I understand of perseverance. The Rover is obviously cutting searching for signs of Ancient Life Collecting Samples Rock and sediment for possible potential return to the earth. But as you said for ingenuity this is a technology demonstration. Can you get a little bit more? So what are the parameters of proving? The technology works right so we have you know built our helicopter. Interested that as much as we could your you have a big vacuum chamber. That's about eight meters. The twenty five feet You know re pump it down the back with carbon dioxide just like Mars. We built a gravity offload device to make the effects of Mar Lamar sabotage and they did a lot of testing of the Sunday. Copter here or not but at the end of the day testing it in the real environment is the real proof the bid pudding and so this is an experiment where we will be conducting the experiment or thirty days on Mars on Mars. Those days are called solves today. Salsa Mars and during that phase we hope to fly about five times Even the first light will be a tremendous. You know moment for us to be what we call it. Our right brothers moment if you will And then after that also the course of the five flights that they're getting a lot of engineering telemetry and Dr Really confirmed that all the models and computer simulations and design ideas at the had really do work the way we expected to on Mar so we will do the experiment for thirty days and then be perseverance over goes on to do its main mission which is really you know. Look for signs of you know life. That may have been there in the past. So we're just a little Adjunct to that main mission and we will host a lot summit. Well that'll be fascinating. When when thing to obviously drones on on earth there were played with power problems. How how long is it? GonNa last now. As an sad for ingenuity it can receive an electrical charge from the rover and then afterward actually generates its own power through solar panel. It's one of you. Just tell us more about how we power and how long it typically will last right so our ingenuity helicopter is Design don't play very short mission so we are attacked animal. We fly about a half two minutes And but as the future larger helicopters you know if you know that be would consider like in the ten to fifty on Category would you know Fly For many minutes Compared to our Little Lead Judy. So most energy during regular operating on Mars Katy spent Just starting to stay warm for the mind and heating up various things that need to be heated up before they can be operated before the flight only about a quarter to a third of our energies really useful flight So that energy comes from a solar panel we have a solar panel that can disagree top of the battery every day and if he chose to we could actually fly every day though deems current thinking is that we have a three day for kids. Because you need to understand the results after each fly unplanned for the next Light and make sure we doing things safely. Opt solar panel is once we are on the surface but on the VETA- Mars You know just like your Batteries in your various gadgets you know. Chile drain over time. We get a P dodig bursts off charge from the rover on Mars. But once every two weeks or so just to sort of keep the battery At the right level throughout the entire crews and that our sent to in an electrical line unbelievable line that separates get dropped off into service. So it's the mother ship power you know the early part of the journey that itself solar panels. That's fascinating now. Obviously if all goes according to schedule the mission is scheduled actually land on Mars in the crater on February. Eighteenth Twenty twenty one. I.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Yeah, you know you're. You're both right here. It's it's not super expensive. The technology exists. It needs tweaking, because for instance you know one of the first things I thought about was. What about recoverable ICBM'S INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILES? Some of those can go Could function high enough, but they don't have. At least them where they don't have the seeding kind of apparatus, right? They can't really be. The crop dusters the stratosphere that we need so it's like we do have all the technology, but we don't have it all in the in the one thing we need right. We have some stuff that can do. Task A. We have some stuff they can do task be. We need something that can just do the alphabet of the task it a one stop shop. And yet to your point, no, we can make or obtain the chemicals. This is so weird, reminds me of the Mister show sketch about blowing up the moon because they figured out, they could do it. And we figured out we could do it, but here's the problem. So we know that theoretically, we're really close to be able to do this. The technology is there. We just need to get the perfect remix. We have to ask ourselves. How efficient will it be? What will the efficacy be? Will this actually work and this is a big sticking point something? We talked a little bit about in the course of today's episode, those chemicals so two, and in all its the rest of its entourage they're short lived. And, that's a good thing for the bulk of human history. Because that's that's the reason that volcanic eruption, even a massive one doesn't put us out of the game forever. That's the reason why we're not living in some horrible. A different kind of horrible situation The Aerosol Chemicals there. Can only be where we really need them to be. For a couple of weeks, maybe one or two months and we would have to be, and that's if one hundred percent certain that the particles are the right size that makes a huge difference, and that's also why we would have to institute a program, so like that number eighteen billion is kind of a Is Kind of a watermark we hear. As a debt started right to get started number I. Just WanNa say for the record. Jeff bezos. If you're listening I see that now, as of May Eighteenth Twenty twenty, your net worth is over an estimated a one hundred and forty billion dollars and if we call this kind of earth, saving bond villain, working for good project, twenty billion dollars that means you. Jeff alone can.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Cafecito Break
"And Rahm. We are feeling pretty delicious here on this minute. Monday morning and I pray that you guys are feeling. Good that your healthy that your families are well that they're strong and thank you so much for everyone who has been tuning in and offering kind word or their feed-back or what they're uncovering in these great awakenings that we find ourselves in and just to for those who are listening to this show. Sixteen DECIS SHOWS SIXTEEN. Twenty and today is May Eighteenth Twenty Twenty. We are still in quarantine. The good news is does some states are and have started their reopening process and us here in New York. No surprise here. As I predicted bought a month ago that we would be extended here New York City. I mean we have had so many people pass away and as I sit here and I'm talking to you. I feel so conflicted in my heart for so many reasons because I'm reading so many stories and unquestioning how people are reporting Cova deaths but at the same time I cannot deny that I've never heard of so many people passing away in New York City like this time that we find ourselves in so it is pretty scary. But there's so much to jump into today. I have like twenty tabs open and I know I'm not going to get to all of it. I'm not even to ask how many tabs Ruthie has open in her in her report. But let's find out what Ruthie has in her pocket. Are you ready guys? Let's let's let's let's have a little chair have a little cheer routine guten. Welcome routine are you. Hello my darling. And how were you? I'm feel pretty good. You're feeling pretty good. I'm feeling very very very very very good. You you know what I was feeling really crappy until we started talking and all of a sudden I feel. I feel good data. Did it so good. Did it at the good? I don't know you're too young to remember that. Sorry doing the that we are experiencing quarantine madness symptoms include wing unpredictable things like all of a sudden watching TV and having a good old fashioned shout four or all of a sudden just jumping out of the SOFA and shaking your buns other symptoms of quarantine. Madness include running around your home jogging running dashing from side to side. I mean the stories are enlists. Feel feel free to share your corentin manmade stories unharmed Debris dot org or any of our public feeds. We would love to read some here on the show like we have nothing to chat about so okay. So here's some of my here. Here's salute my like Ping Pong less. Throw it into the hat chats. All right here. Let's talk about.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Louis podcasts you love from people you trust this is this is Leo LaPorte and this is my tech. Guy podcast. The show originally aired the premiere networks. Two hundred stations all over the country on Saturday April eighteenth. Twenty twenty ZIP is at one thousand six hundred eighty seven. Enjoy the tech guy. Podcast comes to you from twits last pass studios. You're focused on security. But are your employees. Last past can ensure they are making access and authentication seamless whether they're working in the office or remote visit last pest dot com slash twit.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Sleep. And you're like why. Why am I running into stuff? I know my house and and it's this. It's this feeling that we are not grounded that that we can't see any degree of the future. We can't predict what's going to happen. We have lost our grounded nece and lost our sense of how to operate in the world and I thought man that feels like in the core of me. That feels so true. That is kind of the core. Fear of this whole thing is that it's that even if we heard you are in this until January. Eighteenth Twenty twenty two. He could still up on my microphone. Thank you very much right but we could steal ourselves and do that we can do anything. It's the Elias at the end of every sentence and every plan. It's just okay. Well maybe who knows? Yeah that's it. That's interesting that ground. There's four of them. I can't I'm sorry to tell you I. It's something that everyone can do. I can't remember but one of them is a fear of loss of identity. That like you've lost the thing that made you who you were running out. Can I remember the second one right? And then the fourth one is death obviously because people are afraid of the virus itself. But I'm still right so but to me the groundless Nashwan grounded. Listless doesn't matter that number. I is still snakes pretty afraid of snakes. That's it understandably. Yeah even though. It doesn't have anything directly to DO WITH THE CORONA VIRUS IT. We still just cannot really handle on our property. I know I can't handle. I have won six inches long the size of a of a worm. Come into the room. I'm sitting in right now and I still would have to really steal myself emotionally to handle it. When when I find a snakeskin out on somewhere on our around our house Don's on me in a very real way that we.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Science Talk
"Welcome to another in our series of corona virus episodes of scientific American science talk posted on March. Eighteenth Twenty twenty. I'm Steve Mirsky. In Two thousand twelve David Kwame and published the book Spillover Animal Infections and the next human pandemic on his website back then he wrote the next big and murderous human pandemic will be caused by a new disease nudity humans anyway the bug that's responsible will be strange unfamiliar but it won't come from outer space. Odds are that the killer pathogen. Most likely a virus will spill over into humans from a non human animal. We're now living in that situation. With the corona virus SARS covy to which causes the condition Kovic Nineteen. This is the seventh corona virus known to infect humans research published March Seventeenth Twenty Twenty in the journal Nature Medicine looked at the genome of the virus. Two possibilities emerged from that analysis in the first the virus became pathogenic and a non human animal and then jumped to humans in the second a relatively harmless version of the virus jumped from bats to another animal and then humans in more than one intermediate animal species could also been involved in that transmission and once in the human population the virus about to become potentially dangerous and sometimes deadly. I interviewed David qualm about his book. Spillover animal infections in the next human pandemic back in two thousand twelve. I'm reposting it now. Because of its relevance to what's going on today welcome to the scientific American podcast science talk posted on November eighteenth. Two.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Latest In Tech News
"If you knew here pauses episode row quick it just inscribed button and then resumed pointing so that you don't miss out on the newest episodes that we do around these parts out speaking of which we're going to be looking at the new playstation five details at drop and some of them are quite impressive. I had mentioned it on yesterday. Show that they're having an event today they did. We're GONNA recap the event for you. Guys are also going to be taking a look at the new IPAD. Pros light ours scanner. That can turn a living room into some a are on and We'll be getting into that shortly to be taking a look at a couple more games coming to stadium. The next owner watch hero is a robot that people have been waiting for a long time. We have details on that also we will be taking a look at all. The switch games announced in March indie world stream but I don't really have any other news like gadgets or whatnot because it's just talking about smartphones in TV. That I don't really seem all that interesting but before we can get all that. Let's take a look back on today in tech history right to is March. Eighteenth Twenty twenty on this day in history in nineteen seventy four Atari introduces Gran Trak. Ten is the first arcade game to use solid state. Read only memory to store spray. Three car the game timer the race track and score as such is the first game have defined characters rather than met mathematically manipulated DOTS. The game's controls which include a four position gear shifter a steering wheel and two foot pedals are also all I for Arcade Games and a Kicked off ever since then so that way. Let's head on over to well. Let's see if I can get toward today's feature.
The First Spacewalk - March 18, 1965
"Hi Everyone I'm eaves and you're listening to this day in History Class. A podcast where we build the time machine and all you have to do is hop. Today IS MARCH. Eighteenth Twenty twenty. The day was March. Eighteenth nineteen sixty five so viet cosmonaut. Alexey Leonov became the first person to go. On a spacewalk spacewalk is one in astronaut leaves their spacecraft to a tether it's called EDA which stands for extra vehicular activity. Alexi Leonov served as a fighter pilot in the nineteen fifties by nine hundred sixty. He had been chosen as one of the first twenty cosmonauts for the Soviet space program and was training to take his first spaceflight. The Soviet Union launched the first person to space when Yuri Gagarin's made an orbital flight. And His boss doc wine spacecraft in nineteen sixty one the. Soviet program launched is first mission on October twelfth. Nineteen sixty four. Both hide one was the first to carry more than one crew person into space. It was also the first mission to carry an engineer and a physician into space hot. Too launched just months later on March eighteenth nineteen sixty five it carried to people commander Pal Bouillon and pilot Alexi. Leonov it was Leonov's first spaceflight and billiards first and only spaceflight the hard three K. D. space craft had an extendable airlock that allowed enough to go out into space without having to evacuate the main cabin air about an hour and a half after lines billions of open the outer airlock and Leonov walked out into space. Attached to tether his spacewalk lasted for about twelve minutes. A camera mounted on the airlock recorded the spacewalk. It was reported that Leonov's body temperature jumped about three point two degrees Fahrenheit or one point eight degrees Celsius twenty minutes and he was close to having a heat stroke. His spacesuit was full of sway. Though the spacewalk went relatively smoothly Leonov had difficulty reentering. The capsule the pressure difference between the air and his spacesuit and the vacuum of space expanded and stiffened his spacesuit that made it to big heart to fit back into the airlock so Leonov opened a valve to release oxygen and depressurize his suit. He was then able to fit back into the space craft but he did start to feel some of the effects of decompression thickness namely the sensation of pens and needles. The crew. Hit another snag when objecting inflatable airlock. Which sent the spacecraft into a Spin? Oxygen levels also began to climb which came with the risk of explosion. On top of this the automatic guidance system for re entry malfunctioned. They had to turn off the automatic landing program and instead conduct re entry and landing manually. The ended up off course and the orbital module did not separate from the landing module. They landed in snow in a forest in Siberia. The
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on /Film Daily
"We're going to see a lot more closures and cancellations so we'll be keeping track of that on the entertainment side of things But listen while we're on Disney. Let's talk about another Marvel Series Loki. We've learned some casting today. Itchy told me about it Richard. E grant has been cast in Disney pluses Loki series which stars Tom Huddleston reprising his role as the The chicks are God who managed to escape in avengers endgame. So grant has been cast in. The series casting was supported by discussing film and Confirmed by variety and the rap It's not yet known the details of grants role but according to variety of Richard Grant only appear in a single episode of the series. So we don't know as of yet with that role be And seems like it won't be very extensive but Considering his past typecast and recent blockbusters probably going to be another sinister British villain for Tom Huddleston to glower at naval. Just like have a glowering matt or something but this is the second marvel property that grant has appeared in he was in James Mangold Logan as another villain and he's also worked with Disney before in sours skywalker. He is an Oscar nominee. But most importantly he is a blessing on the Internet. 'cause this is really excited about things and cure joy to watch so hopefully. Maybe we'll get some Richard E grant viral videos leading up to look at least yes. We can only hope okay so that does it for each team. Chris. I'm gonNA bring on now slash foam weekend editor Brad Omen. Hey that's me. Yes and we're we're GONNA talk about the vendors campus. They had that Disney investors call our investors conference which I talked about earlier in this podcast and at that conference they did announce the opening date for this we. We just knew there was gonNA open sometime this summer in Disney California Adventure Park but Brad when he can actually open right towards the end of the summer on July. Eighteenth Twenty twenty. Apparently the corona virus cannot stop it for. Now we'll see okay so we've talked about this land. This is the first marvel themed land in a Disney theme park. Although there's GonNa be there's GONNA be other vendors campuses worldwide and we've talked about how there's going to be this interconnected story that connects the cruise ships to You Know Guardians Galaxy. Whatever the rewind controller coaster thing is over in epcot to be overseas. And we've learned a little bit more about it here because they did this. Press Day which we were not invited to thanks Disney and but We did learn that the marvel because for a while now kam-fai has been talking about this marble theme. Park Universe and how is separate from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and we learned today that basically the events endgame and Infinity War set up this universe. Basically we're we're going to experience the marvel cinematic universe in a different time line in these theme parks so some of the events that we know about have happened. Some of them have not Ironman is not dead So th there are differences So I guess Brad. Let's start at the beginning Let's do an overview. What is the the vendors campus? There's like different neighborhoods and stuff so were there are basically five. Main areas of injures campus. One of them were already familiar with. Because it's been up for a while. And that's the country's fortress which is where the Guardians of the galaxy mission breakout. Ride has been up the over Hollywood tower of terror so we already know what areas like but there will be some additions over there as part of the growth of interest camp. Especially when it comes to you the food and stuff like that. We'll get to that later. There's also a spider man themed area which is being called a Worldwide Engineering Brigade Aka web. And that's what the acronym is spells web when you have spiderman involved. I know it's crazy And so the. The premise for this area is that basically an old automotive warehouse owned by Howard. Stark has been turned into this place. Where young engineers have gotten together? And they're trying to figure out ways to show normal people what it's like to have superpowers and that's where the The first attraction that's opening at campus will be in that's web slingers a spiderman adventure Along with that where there's a will be the Pimm test kitchen and tasting lab which is taking a cue from ant man and it'll be the Mostly dining and drinking area where people will be able to try different foods and drinks inspired by the shrinking and growing technology that Hank pym created for ant man and then there's also doctor strange's sanctum which is the one place where things get a little bit. Mystical and magical. It's not quite as contemporary as the rest of the park is since Doctor Strange obviously deals with more of the the missile guards and whatnot and then of course there's a vendor's headquarters and that's where they'll be Live shows and eventually there will be a second attraction there but that will not be open once vendors campus is openness summer. Yeah that was teased at twenty three. It's like this ver- like everybody seems like they're taking a page out of the opening of Star Wars galaxies for their opening up with one one ride which is the lesser right. It's the be attraction and the the quin jet attraction that they're going to open up at a vendor's campus. Seems like it's like the ticket. Which is what we in the theme park business or did in the Disney parks business. Call Call at the. You know the best Like like a more extensive Theme Park Ride You Got Thrill ride a you know it is rise the resistance to you know. I guess what web is going to be like smuggler's run Okay let's talk about The web slinger. I guess it's called Web slinger a spiderman rider. What what is it called Web Seniors Spiderman Adventure. And it's an attraction that takes a cue from the toy story midway maniac attraction if you haven't ridden that one it's a ride where you're basically a car and you have these this Like launcher that is positioned on. You're right part and use it to shoot digital projectiles at various targets throughout the ride. So it's basically like a theme park video game you get points. It's your shooting around the entire ride and it's a lot of fun and so this right is very similar to that. People who are on the right will be in these carts and basically the story is that there are these spider bots that have gone crazy and you have to help Spiderman track them down and stop them from wreaking more havoc on the The web based as it were and so to do that you'll be in a car and.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Have all of these people who tell you that they can help you with various aspects of your businesses like or visit like agencies that want to give you a quote on this and do you need graphic design and do you need this and do you need this as like you get so much noise outside. And there's a foreign. Its decision fatigue right. And you don't know who you can trust and you have to use your discernment as you're interviewing and going through this process but it's kind of funny because I feel like mine like has me right now. Like mine's big bigger than me. And it's it's kind of figuring out like. I feel like we have a really great culture. A really great vibe with in you know the people that are have come to an are partnered with and working on our projects but It's it can be overwhelming like. Do you have any tips or tricks for a newer entrepreneurs who are coming into it and getting started a hundred percent agree with your advice. Be Wherever your financial situation. I do not think it's healthy. There are so many coaches out there that are like quit your job today it will force you to an end like no. You're force them into paralysis if they don't have the financial resources to do that in poverty Yeah and that's not an empowering way to run a business and when know we have that like My business has to make money. That energy is going out to clients. And they're feeling it on some level it's GonNa really repel them so going back to your beautiful question of like how to avoid overwhelm and you know. I. I've experienced over woman. Nerius points in my business like when I'm growing a certain aspect often there are a lot of moving parts and that can be challenging and so for me what I do. Is I get really clear on what I need to do that week. Like what's the bare minimum that I need to do that? If I didn't do it I would not feel good at the end of the week. It would not be a good week for me and then from that place really getting clear about what I can do each day so and I. I usually actually start with the month. You know like I'll create fifteen goals for the month. Some are bigger goals are smaller goals. But then I kind of blinded back down to okay. What do I need to do this week when I need to do this day so I think the war business owners can get really clear and not overwhelm themselves with their to do list? That's going to help Have this really long to do list. You're going to be like a deer in the headlights. I totally get anything. It's that prioritization. Right because a lot of times other people's questions or requests or emails overwhelming. But it's it's there's right so it's finding out what the differences between your priorities for that week or for that month and what other people's are and do they align at. Are they gonNA move me for it or the Business Ford Most of the time. It's it's not a lot of requests for coffee meetings and you know. Hey I just wanted to pitch you on this and we have an idea for you and it's like you have to create this almost like a checklist of is this valuable use of my time. At this point in time were can wait or be delayed. I love that. I think it's so important to have those practices place especially around time management prioritization and being aware of of the needs of the company. How when you decided to sell it. Was that an emotional decision for you. You now it. That's a great question so I came back from Bali. I was gone in two thousand eleven or two thousand ten for three months in Bali in a month in India. In Two thousand eleven. I went back and was in Bali for six months in India for a month. Came back from that second trip really feeling like it was time and that thought. That kind of entered my maligned in a surprising way actually brought me to tears. I remember was hiking on a trail that I love near my home and just come back from Bali like the week before and it just came in my mind and I realized the truth of it that it was time to sell it because other things were definitely opening up for me and my energy is going in different directions and chest. I remember it was almost like my knees. Buckled a little bit like I felt so much grief and I just started crying on the trail. It like it was like feeling the loss of a friend before the front a moved away or something. You guys big news. We heard you loud and clear and I can't wait to show you what we've been working on behind the scenes today. Gold is brought to you by live media and the live pocket coach available on the Apple App store. Now not only live like a life coach in your pocket. Do we have just our biggest upgrade which includes live circles these accountability groups. 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"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"That what you have to say is necessary so to kind of declutter your communication really clears. It is anything that can distract the other person. So when you're expressing something and you give someone else the opportunity to start thinking about themselves to start focusing on the negative. That is all distraction right. Circle what you want to do is kind of filter through the elements of right speech in. Buddhism is one way to declutter your communication. Which is to tell the truth. Don't exaggerate don't gossip in US helpful language in basically if you if you filtered through those for your language is going to be very pared-down But the other piece is just. You're kind of cutting out The attention on the other person so like what you were saying before with blaming others so often when we come back after a difficult conversation to have conversation about it. The focus is on what the other person didn't do what they should have done. I can't believe that you know this happened. And that is the distraction rate. Where really what? The focus needs to be on his okay. This direct experience. This is what happened. This is the feeling that it caused within me. And this is what I I'd like to see potentially change so that I don't experience this again. I love that because so many times like the conversations that I've had that have not gone. Well it's because one or both of us has said something that's a blame statement and you're more focused on that and feeling defensive and you don't hear the rest of the words and you walk away from the conversation like Oh that person rather than actually hearing the communication which requires a lot of self restraint. I mean there are times where all you WanNa do is just throw all your angry words someone and to be able to to back it up and speak from a very logical loving place. The Way I've explained to people like you have to like speak to them from the heart and share your experience as opposed to what they did. That was wrong and I remember having a tough conversation with someone and I think we were both ready for battle like we were like read it like we were armed. We were both armed and I kind of was like you know at this is ridiculous like I care about you and so I'm just going to tell you how I feel and not what you did but how I feel and what my truth is and like I just saw like the shoulders just kind of go you know what I mean like there was like Oh my God we get to have a conversation. That's not like tell me I wanNA have a human experience with you and it was a lot more engaging in kind And we reached resolution a lot faster because there was less of that that guarded NECE. Yeah I mean it. It is all about coming with This sense of the purpose of communicating. Being to help yourself in the other person's suffer less in those in really what you're listening for his. You're really listening for the fundamental reality of the thing itself right. It's so often that we get caught in In attached to what the person actually is not saying that what we believe they're saying but we're actually not hearing and so we're really interested in when you're in those types of interaction is really listening to what's being said not to what is being said you guys big news. We heard you loud and clear and I can't wait to show you what we've been working on behind the scenes today. Gold is brought to you by live media and the live Puckett coach available on the Apple App store. Now not only as live like a life coach in your pocket but we have just dropped our biggest upgrade which includes live. These are accountability groups. You create with your friends and colleagues to support one another. 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"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"In the sixties. It was black and white. I only think of the birds when I think of like other scary movies. Oh it's it's going to kill me if I don't remember the name they so I mean look at because I feel like they're doing a review with With Jordan pill. Let's see so. He did cycle rear window vertical. That movie that movie the birds. Yeah I always think of that. One scene from the birds like at the very end. It's terrifying. I remember cycle with the shower scene but this is called the pop culture favorites but he was he was a gifted. He's a gifted director. Yeah get the director great writer. He Had the Vision. Same with like rl. Stein like people could just invoked so much emotion on his Co. so someone asked him What advice do you have for people? Who WANT TO BE WRITERS. I say they don't really need advice. They know they want to be writers and they know they're going to do it. Those people who who had no who really really know there they cut out for this they just know it and that's how I feel. I feel like if you're if you just know you'll cut out for something some Tom. You don't vice sometimes. You don't even need to know how to do it. Sometimes you just need truck and then you're GONNA lose and you're gonNA fail and then you just leave said this is so funny and you keep trying eventually something quick. You're not going to start your natural learning process. I think that's so valuable because I know for me so I've been writing since publicly since two thousand nine and my book came out in two thousand eighteen and thank you. It's called Lor. Harnessing your pass to create your future. It's it's it was a book years and years in the making but it was it was grinding and learning and I am so I think it's so valuable to talk about. Why it's important to be that seeker and that constant student because for me it was. I was always reading about what I needed to do. I was going to conferences and I'm an. I'm a voracious reader. I have a huge library. It's very hard for me to get rid of books when I buy them. I'm like I have like an emotional attachment to books and I think it's valuable advice though because I have a lot of people also reach out to me and ask me about writing getting published and now that I have an app out there like well. How do you build an APP? And I'm like that's such a huge questions unpacked like. There's so much there like I'd have to create an entire masterclass to explain how to create an APP and I think that separates not that. There's anything wrong with asking questions and going to people who know more than you and asking them for advice but you also have to have and this is what I would say. Is that when someone asks me? How do you how do I become an author published? How do I create an APP? One of the things I say to them is like it's like seventy five to eighty percent of it. Is You like you can hire really great developers or you can have an amazing editor but you have to want it bad enough. No one's going to take your hand and be like okay. Come on you've had this great idea. Let me do this for you. Like with with my most recent company like I'm having to learn how to handle digital marketing. I don't know how to do any of it but I sure have ordered a bunch of books and taking a bunch of online courses that I can figure out how to handle funnels and trekking in analytics. Because that's what you do when you want something you continue to seek into. Educate yourself so that you can build that that thing that you most desire when you when you got your first book published did you like. What was your celebration did you. Were you like Oh my God have done it like what is your thought process. No it wasn't there wasn't any Russian To be honest So I kind of have to go back and just I wanted to his office always right book but I would happen first career track college football real and then when I was in college studying communications and You know I knew I wanted to be a speaker and writer. So I- classes that out with that Classes that taught me the history of riding a structure. Synthesis instruction words. And you know I felt a poetry class. My Gym Teacher. She hated you know. I remember. I'll never forget visions. I class with his assignment and are right here and I use myself into to kind of shape points. Were what I'm talking about. And then also other stories. I observed story so Intel to kind of move book. How many great writers Skinny eastbound all of you sort of you guys big news? We heard you loud and clear and I can't wait to show you what we've been working on behind the scenes today. 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"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Space in the next couple of years even if an astronaut and should we raise cows on the water. This is the daily Tech News for Tuesday February. Eighteenth Twenty Twenty in Los Angeles on Merit and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane and I am Roger. Shang this shows pretty. We were discussing a little text message etiquette. Is it okay to just say? Hey and text message if you want that and discussions of ice cream and more go get good day Internet the wider show at Patriotair dot com slash DT NS. Let's start with a few things you should know. Bloomberg reports that launch at a new low cost IPHONE S. E. Still on track to happen in March an updated ipad pro. The camera module could still be delayed or constrained outside possibilities also include an updated thirteen inch macbook pro a new macbook. Air Air. Tags trackers for your items that work on ultra wideband and a wireless charging Matt t.f securities analysts minke quo sources say that apple will ramp up production of air tags in Q. Two or Q. Three of the year. We figured out. Why NVIDIA activision blizzard? We're fighting in. It wasn't because what Scott and I thought last week verge reports that it was a misunderstanding between activision and blizzard over the force now service and video thought it had permission to keep battle dot net games going during the free trial. But it was mistaken. Bloomberg sources activision blizzard once a commercial agreement. Which would mean maybe having to pay twice in Invidia doesn't want any commercial agreements regarding our speculation that this had to do with stadium appears not an activision blizzard. Spokesperson told the verge that the company is focusing specifically on Youtube and Google Cloud Microsoft released. It's all in one office.
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing
"February eighteenth twenty twenty. I'm John Trout. The Boy Scouts of America have filed for bankruptcy protection as it faces a barrage of new sex abuse. Lawsuits correspondent bill. Michaels has more on the filing the filing in Wilmington Delaware is an attempt to work out a potentially mammoth compensation plan for abuse victims. That will allow the one hundred ten year old organization to carry on. It could be one of the biggest. Most complex bankruptcies ever seen scores of lawyers are seeking settlements on behalf of several thousand men. Who say they were molested? As boys by scout leaders decades ago the organization could be forced to sell off some of its vast property holdings to raise money for a compensation fund that could surpass one billion dollars. I'm bill Michaels encouraging yet. Cautious says Jim Roope reports. There's good news on. A few of the Coronas Fronts but man. It's kind of too early to tell if the good news is a good trend the first piece of good news is the number of new cases of Corona virus known officially analysis Kovic Nineteen have slowed over the past few days. The caution that comes with it. It's too early to tell if this reported decline will continue. Dr Ted Rose. Gabe racist the director general of the World Health Organization says trends can change as new populations are affected. There are still far less than a thousand cases outside of China where there are seventy times. That number China nearly eighteen hundred people as of the filing of this report have died from the virus it only three deaths outside of China. Dr Grow says also that cove in nineteen is not as deadly as other corona virus is like SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Murs Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome. More than eighty percent of patients have mild diseases in about fourteen percent of cases the virus codes. Cvs disease including pneumonia and about five percent of patients have critical disease including respiratory failure and multi organ failure says in about two percent of patients the diseases fatal and the older. The patient is the higher the risk of Death. He also says. There are very few cases diagnosed in children. Maurice Oh did you need to understand why the WHO also cautions against the use of the word pandemic? Dr Mike Ryan says cove in nineteen does not fit the criteria for that declaration the risk of contracting the virus is high inside China. Not Outside of that. Transmission occurred in countries outside China. Majority of that transmission can be traced through existing transmission shift. He also cautions about restrictions travel trade otherwise reflecting on calls for people to quote steer clear of Asia and cruise ships for example. We have to be really careful here. There's no zero risk in the world for anything. We needed an approach to managing risk that allows us to continue to operate a society while minimizing the risks. We know of and that doesn't matter if we're talking about travel or meetings. It doesn't matter if we're talking about cruise ships he still says however the risk of contracting the virus outside of China remains very very low. I'm Jim Roope. The calls are growing louder voice and numbers for the attorney. General of of the United States to resign. Bob Constantini has the story. The president's been silent but White House. Aides say he has full confidence in attorney. General William Bar who's also been silent since Friday on top of the more than one thousand and growing former Justice Department employees who signed a statement calling for bar to quit Donald Air. Fleshes out the argument in a piece in the Atlantic Air was deputy Attorney General. George H W Bush administration. When bar was Attorney General? The first time air believes bar has gone completely overboard. Based on an opinion he wrote during the original Russia investigation before president trump picked bar for a second tour at Justice and he specifically says the president is the executive branch and that he necessarily has complete and unlimited discretion to oversee criminal cases. He actually said the thing that the president said not long ago and I have the power attorney. Hsien Wu signed the statement calling on bar to resign. He was legal. Counsel to Attorney General Janet Reno who herself allowed a number of investigations into president. Bill Clinton to proceed one of which led to his impeachment says. The statement makes clear bar is not likely to resign but his really aiming at current Justice Department employees worried about White House pressure. We have their backs. Other people have been there and share these views and they're not gonna be isolated by themselves if they stand up. We'll says anyone who feels pressure from the White House on down to affect an investigation can start by contacting immediate supervisor. A sort of whistle blower process the judge in the Roger Stone Case Amy. Berman Jackson is noted for rulings against the trump administration. And she's ordered. A Tuesday conference call with whichever prosecutors are now handling the sentencing in stone lawyers? She's expected to demand an explanation for why four of the original prosecutors quit in protest over perceived meddling by the president a week after he tweeted out. How Fair a seventy nine year? Potential sentence is meanwhile prosecutors in the southern district of New York are looking to file additional charges against two men who were helping trump personal attorney. Rudy Giuliani in Ukraine. Look FOR DIRT ON JOE. One hundred but the charges. According to sources stemmed from Lev parnents and another man misleading potential investors in their fraud guarantee venture. The name suggests the firm was going to protect companies from fraud for guarantee allegedly paid Rudy Giuliani. Half a million dollars to help connect with clients around the world that will lawyer for the former. New York mayor denies any effort to market the firm. The Southern District of New York which Giuliani was headed has a reputation of near independence from Washington oversight. Bob Costantini Washington. A rare moment of bipartisanship has been on display in recent days when it comes to opposition to commerce with Chinese tech giant wall way correspondent. Linda Kenyon has the story. We can't let information networks that we don't have confidence won't be hijacked by the Chinese Communist. Party is just unacceptable secretary of state. Mike pompeo's speaking at the Munich security conference as the trump administration considers new restrictions on commerce with China's waterway Pompeo is attending high level. Us meetings this week and next week along with other top administration officials including Defense Secretary Mark. Asper that we as an international community wake up to the challenges presented by China's manipulation of the long standing international rules based order that has benefited all of us for many decades. The United States placed on a blacklist in May of last year citing national security concerns in Brussels speaking at NATO Headquarters House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi also was talking about the dangers posed by Wa wa. She told the audience know. Nato allies should turn to cheaper while way equipment for their next generation cellular networks for the benefit of a few corporations. You cannot sell the privacy of the people of your country down the river as I said before. It's like having state police right. That Chinese State police right in your pocket as the United States tries to convince allies that wow as equipment could be used by China for spying while way repeatedly denies the claim but Secretary. Esperer IS FAR FROM CONVINCED. When you have a heavily subsidized company while way that is that is answers the Chinese government and that can use those subsidies to offer good technology at a very low price. That's a very seductive. It can draw you. And that's the way a company gets market share. But you have to think about the long term consequences. New Restrictions on the sale of computer chips are among several options being considered at the conference. Linda Kenyon Washington pier one files for bankruptcy protection. Here's Jan Johnson. Last month the retailer announced it would close four hundred fifty stores including all stores in Canada along with two distribution centers. Now the Texas based company says it will pursue a sale along with the bankruptcy filing with a deadline a month from now to submit bids pier one struggled against online retailers like wayfair which has its own challenges laying off hundreds of workers last week in a bid to streamline and compete against even bigger distributors like Amazon. I'm Jan Johnson. Westwood One Daily News for Tuesday February. Eighteenth Twenty twenty. I'm John Trout..
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Would it is Joe Man Randy savage? This factor in there is no one that does it better now. Nobody does it better myself. Go ahead tell me something right down not a rate morning. Welcome to another episode of hard b-actor presented by the Barstool News Network. It is Tuesday February. Eighteenth Twenty Twenty and today is a long lightning round of headlines Covering Corona Virus Elections Plymouth Rock in the latest business news. And I'm going I so let's get started with corona virus as lightning bolt. And I do not apologize for that. So today's update some new stats since the US started turning a band passengers away at the border. We're up to total of one hundred and forty rejections of people trying to get into the US places with the corona virus so that's the trump administration keeping them out Tennessee Golden. Well it just a few feet away and die. What were they go? They just start. They're not allowed here. It's like you don't have to go home but you can't stay. Here's Cuba available. You do have to go home. We right I mean. Well we're putting you on a plane back to somewhere where it's like. Yeah we're like the the bouncers so anyway that's what that's what the trump administration is doing with that On top of that The current infection total worldwide is seventy one thousand with seventeen hundred and seventy-five reported deaths. Only five of those deaths so far have occurred outside of China so how can Iowa not fucking town caucus but we know how many people have corona around the world? It's a really great point. Question has a good question. I don't think we do know the number of. Yeah no no. Yeah these are wanted to just want to. Make Fun Iowa. These are bullshit numbers. And it's worse. It's gotta be were so but before we get to the bad part in good corona virus news the World Health Organization says quote more than eighty percent of patients have mild disease and will recover. Fourteen percent have severe disease including pneumonia and shortness of breath. Five percent have critical disease including respiratory failure. Septic shock and multi organ failure and two percent are fatal. So it's pretty beatable unless you're old and frail but the bad news is that the World Health Organization still has no clue how long the germs last on surfaces and how long the incubation period of the disease are well of the viruses. That's problem yes. They don't stop spread. You really need to know that. Let's that's like important for when you can have voyagers on the diamond princess again. Never when you can. I really believe that. Lysol is stepping up and doing something about this because this is this is nice all that would be expensive asked Lysol territory. This is their time. This is their super bowl. Germs on services. If you're in that business and you can add we'll ninety nine point nine percent chance of destroying corona. You'RE GONNA product that badge on your product flying off the shelves Chinese though is you get a giant Lysol can that you can just spray over the entire Globe disinfects the whole thing. Where is that? They have that in China. There was a rumor that it was bullshit. Talk the The big trucks that were spraying Hong Kongers and blue and put like the pesticide stuff. Inserted SPRAY MATT RE purposed. Yeah proud to be in America. You gotta you gotTa do it takes so speaking of the Diamond Princess cruise ship guys the forty four people they got Medevac Back to the USA for from the Princess Cruise ship that we talked about yesterday they got taken over to California military bases in California and then also San Antonio well. Fourteen of those people tested positive upon arrival for for a phone of ours. That's thirty two percent than of those forty four then. We reported Zik while they were on the ship. So it's safe to say that we were talking about earlier. The caseloads probably way higher in areas. Where the where. The virus is being actively transmitted than what's being reported because anyone on why San Antonio like why why San Antonio military base they gotta go somewhere and we feel bad for these people. We hope they recovered but fuck so close. Yeah it's not not knocking for Texas so you guys have. I don't know how many of the fourteen of of the sick ones are. Just GonNa assume eleven. Yeah there's my my fucked up brain just jumped to eleven and I'm sure you're because there's no way. Krona virus could sustain itself over the mountain Nevada climate. Oh yeah no it's okay. They're not bringing it over here. I think all the way down in San Diego. It's they got a mountain chain. It's a long. That's a long way way far south digging into the Internet American lawyer Matthew Smith. This is the man who refused to leave the diamond princess cruise ship. We talked about yesterday who he may call. This is different guy different guy. His name is Kent and his wife was Rebecca Kennel. My Yeah Different Guy. This New Guy New Guy Matthew Smith anyways. He's an American lawyer who staying on the Diamond Princess cruise ship. He refused to leave because he said that it was. GonNa be a bad idea and that you could probably catch it on the flight home whereas he can stay on the ship for just a couple more days and get cleared of not having the virus then leave if he stays on the ship and so he says on twitter. Omg US government Said they would not put anyone on. The plains was symptomatic and they ended up knowingly and intentionally putting on fourteen people who actually have the virus decision not to be evacuated equals best decision ever. Okay now that's smart. And if it was fourteen people they were all on the same plane like unless all of them went to California Alderman at San Antonio. He's right that means most likely the a lot of those people are pro probably symptomatic now on those planes but sleigh correction. He will have to do a fourteen day quarantine in Japan before he goes home. No matter what still safer I gotta take your guys. I think you said he's a lawyer. I bet he's a personal injury attorney and he's probably hanging back on the ship to get some cases the way he's talking sounds like he's trying to class action together. This is ripe for a suit. He could be doing that. He's really Hammered up though on the ship because like after that Brag about how he he made a great great choice and fuck the other people who got the crow virus on the plane He he Then started posting all of his awesome meals that he's eating in solitary confinement. He's really Kinda I duNNo. Matthew Smith is very very proud of himself for this choice and I you know Kudos to him. So he's got he's got like a bloody palm and has nothing to do with the Free Webcam Horn. George James Whoa look at the big brain on Brad Nice. They sound like Boston holes instead. They don't have they sound like the original cruise destination. Year right exactly. Yeah the Nina. The PINTA was the other one. Santa Maria there you go. Yeah but that was at the mayflower is what landed on Plymouth road really knows. We'll lot of rumors plymouth. Rock didn't land on us. We landed work ten. These are all loosely related because rage against the machine. Oh you can be a real piece of shit vandalize these things. They took care of the rock foreigners. Okay mother fuckers they breathed they breathed Mo fo by cutting the show. Yeah that does your theory. That's dumb West. Your first attempt was a Mo. so I think you're wrong but other ones. Yeah Amoah what Pieces Shit. Man of culture you guys were guys super offended by Plymouth. Rock being these disrespecting talkers. I'm not real happy with the will not to be honest with you. I'm not real happy. I'm as I said tomorrow. It's probably foreigners that's why he couldn't. That's why he couldn't over the messages thing about that terrorist attack. One of those takes pat where people don't know if you're joking not doubt it. It's Massachusetts. I bet it's better white kids. Def Yeah I mean Yeah. It's you saying something about the schools in Massachusetts now. I'm just saying like dude kids. Kids have been defacing rocks in America. Forever I mean this is a special rock. But like that's true do you remember? Do you remember what we wanted to do for a senior prank route? We wanted to drill a hole in our huge school rock. Destroy it. Take it in a truck overnight and then replace it with a pebble. We're we're upset about a couple of little paints on Plymouth. Rock would have been the best prank. What Changed One Thousand Times more? It's an American tradition. I talk to geologist about our prank. Will Yeah I mean that's out serious. We took it debasing. This rocks me. I'm not super offended by this kids. Little KIDS ROCK NO WAY. Yeah five await MOF yes. A man of culture sh shut up. Patriots Hell Yeah Hey guys the more we learn about this Michael Bloomberg character. The more I find myself. What the hell are you trying to do here? Bloomberg because yesterday in an interview Bloomberg did with well yes did not do. The interview took place in two thousand eleven but the audio resurfaced yesterday of Bloomberg doing a PBS interview. He said some pretty Ouchi things about our minority communities again the third day in a row. Now I'm ship sailing from me on this Guy Lots of fun excerpts in this But the Biggie was and I quote there is an enormous cohort of black and Latino males age. Let's say sixteen to twenty five. That don't have jobs Donovan. Prospects don't allow to find jobs. Don't what their skill sets are don't know how to behave in the workplace where they Have to work collaboratively and collectively now. What was his papa? John's call? Yeah that was just kept going just kept kicking them. Kept kicking them in the teeth. Eye does sound bad and I don't want to be the guy that perpetuates bullshit quotes or quotes out of context. So I'm not defending him here but I do want to say that Bloomberg was trying to have one of these look Jack. These of the facts chats about black and Latinos from geriatric white billionaire. Yeah but to look here. Is they're lazy all right. Yeah he'd be like who was he. Who was he gonNA tell this to that paints? It's obviously you see raises state right. Just a bunch of other rich white guys like Michael. He was thanks. Thanks for telling us out is he was coming from a place of more or less like..
"eighteenth twenty twenty" Discussed on The Tech Guy
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"Red Rover Red Rover. Send a name for Mars Twenty twenty right over this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The Mars Twenty Twenty Rover is a twenty three hundred pound robotic scientists that will search for signs of the past microbial life characterized the planet's climate and geology and collect samples for future returned to Earth Mars twenty twenty will pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet and NASA is inviting K twelve students nationwide to give the rover a name before four November. I interested students should submit a short essay explaining why their proposed name should be chosen in January. The public will have an opportunity unity to vote online for one of nine selected finalists NASA plans to announce the winning name on February eighteenth twenty twenty exactly exactly one year before the rover will land on the surface of Mars. The student who submits the winning name will be invited to see the spacecraft launch in July from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida for details about the contest visit the NASA Dot Gov Mars website for or innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace through ration- with NASA.