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"enj" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me
"Them antics in falls in love with it. I mean, it's kind of. Well. It is not even that you're by it's just you're thinking. Okay. Maybe it'll be something more, but it's literally just that. Surface level. So surface level. It It's very interesting. It's. Not Quite. Sure. How To. Gosh. Don't mind me I'm. I'm a little nervous. Oh Okay wait wait wait wait wait. So this is. Intro cold open. According to the note, right so we're in this Murray now. Oh, Armenians Oxus. Kinda instant ops I kinda did the intro cold open separately. Because I was trying out alad. Did I just I just. Know, this is kind of a cold open because this is. Old. I. I'm so sorry. No I. Think I'm GonNa ruin this but let's say keep this. Okay wait. Yeah. So This. Year it was a movie and it was a dude that build a mannequin and then. Chaos in sued. And then there was a wedding. Yes. metality yes. Though the whole thing we get everything. But I mean. Stars a young artist played by Andrew. McCarthy. WHO Is Searching for his? He makes Mannequin Excel Perfect Finding this mannequin store window, he gets a job there. In creation comes to life but how he got that job was also interesting. Is still getting one of the Golden. Girls. Yes. Yes. There was the boss. Got The job as swigging from sign and gets electrocuted in the but. It was. Yeah no that's exactly I remember that but it was it was like an acme like looney tunes style light. Rate. Hanno like fell or something or Was it not a new? Okay. Yeah. So the piano fell. I. Think than the rope got. The. Yeah those the Stein surge swinging, and then Andrew McCarthy was like Oh. Hey. Hey. I'm one, hundred, twenty, five pounds I can get at. Six hundred pound signing lake I didn't. Not believable that was not believable at all. And they did speed it up to to make a little bit more comedic and. Okay, were you I'm so glad you thought that because I was thinking about this today I was I was in the shower this morning and I was like, oh, but I was still really really tired. So I was like this is a stupid thing to think but. Wasn't. It wasn't quite camp enough for to make sense right for it to be that campy. It wasn't serious enough where you felt anybody was like in real peril. It was it was poorly executed, right? Like that's. It was also something that was like seemed like it was like, oh, it's like an everyday thing. She hires people like this normally when everybody else got into the store and She's eccentric like obviously eccentric because 'cause nobody trusts her judgment but. Like I don't know. But let's talk about. How this curse actually happened. His. Emmy. The Mannequin. Become. I mean. All she wasn't she's not manic and she's actually it was an injection of curse. Let's talk about the opening seat. It was dumb. I like Enj- I. CRINGED DRINK I'm like why why you could have written anything in this is. Okay. And did you notice how they had a very? Brooklyn. Accent. No I didn't pick up on that at all I just not like they just picked up every single like. I feel like the eighties had like this weird resurgence with late. Egyptian like culture and artifacts and of. And I feel like that was just like Oh. This is the thing that's popular now so we. have so many problems with how this was written. Like Walkers Moon. It was just. Yet. It was it was it was right like rate there and. Just mad at it. But Yeah I mean how did? You feel about it has you feel about it. How I'm just wondering how the curse. Got Her from Egypt, all the way to a piece of wood. In. Philadelphia. So. That was that was just saying that like. It bothered me because she talked about in between there. She traveled and fell in love with people in all this other stuff and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah, and it's like why not just do like a time machine movie like you could have done anything. It was two years. After Back to Huger. So I guess they're trying to do something new. Quite. Upset with the open your team Oh and then the whole fact that. After the opening scene. Andrew McCarthy can't hold a job anything. Okay. Lakes I. You know what? I do have feelings about this movie i. Mad for a lot of this movie. Honestly. Big Mad. Just, let me hear it I. That's what I'm here for we're here to. Why People? And I feel like I was a kid, I love. Oh. I was such an idiot. I was just I was every kid racist. Eiffel. Would I was a kid I saw it. I'm like Oh. Hey, mannequins come to like. They're pretty integrate. Also that also that. But by. Like I think my imagination as a kid was probably like yours did not respect where like you kind of were like Oh we have mannequins in real life like maybe something pool would happen but. Now. This movie was bullshit. I'm sorry. Let me know. I mean besides the opening scene redistributed throughout the whole thing like no, like I eventually relaxed a little bit actually like enjoy the ride of the movie itself. Insolent a bit later but but I. Live here, there's something if you'll get it off your chest of this movie. It was just..
Keeping the kids occupied
"Because we're stolen. Look I'm going to talk about things of the we. The children with amused up in the Nineteen Fifties Vegas undying hope we might Grandparents today might get a notion of to amuse the children. Are we convinced this will definitely work? You can try transcend last no. Yeah the three of us has four and a half year old home so I'll get more to report bag right but let's not. Yep Yeah Jingle me Chris Safety First. There's no crying over spilt ink if you put the incremental insight deep dish or bowl when the children are writing the table V. Stapleton Goblins law school. Does Ada have a fountain pen. Ought to quell. She does know it might. It might be the painting if you put into port and so it might help. I think it's a good idea. Actually and even though Dashi ruined me I remember when I was in high school. I paint with inks Give deep vibrant colors gorgeous very expensive thing to do because those inconven- expensive But it did remind me and it didn't me think maybe I should do some similar with Asia but was something not quite so staining. We didn't say you via kind of pain called a polska pain with which you can write on glass so our living room windows currently covered with the original Ada. Our did once in this little thing. We've had My in-laws visit to drop-off some stuff and oversee all precautions were observed. I'm increment is we didn't meet the ADA and her grandma of a window. And the reclaiming lots and crosses to the window with a muscle utterly utterly tragic. I don't feel like that's the worst tip you've ever given. Steve needs a little going. A little bit of bending perhaps will have again painful to use an old flame foss as a pen pencil holder. Then there's no difficulty for the children to find a pencil. Mrs J B Hutto Will Ellen go and tell us the enj- NBA. I think this has been superseded by inventions. You do not get pinhole. Psych heavily for threes might. My son made several take school. Used to be my favorite thing at the star if each year to go and get like your skill back and your pencil cases like your news station may never quite took the sting of the did. It never quite not was enough to make up the fight by just mom and dad were both teachers on the used to get increasingly irate people to buy Christmas stuff opinion shops tober these furious because the schools broke up for summer pretty much she start to see 'em back to school promotions in. Cna VHS and these kids on the just just gone on holiday some during the back to school so either of you old enough to have gone and bought a metal ten. The contained a truck tunnel. Yeah I had one of them they're selling. Compasses encompasses doctors and like but Fulton half. Yeah Cody's thing as if somehow geometry drop tighter fashion and again up to sixty degrees in a circle. I think that's a good tip. I mean in fairness Most you why it had to be invented particularly like surely is putting pains in in a jar. When I was a small child I do not remember ever seeing any real one of these pinhole those types things that just for children a-plus sort of because thing is difficult to get your Hadrian. These exist
Two NYT journalists set off to uncover one of the biggest scandals of the decade
"The New York. Times investigations team. Jodi cantor was facing a new challenge. ENJ- for years should reported on workers rights and specifically women's rights companies like Amazon or starbucks. You know I had come to believe. The gender kind of can't open are a for investigative journalism that these stories were not only about women's experiences but because women are often me outsiders at these organizations. If you focused on the women's experiences you could learn a lot about what was really happening inside. It may twenty seventeen and her editor put her onto a new patch. The previous mumps has seen a slew of allegations around powerful men in the public eye allegations of sexual abuse use and harassment about bill cosby or TV anchor. Bill O'Reilly The Times made of sort of all around commitment to sexual harassment reporting and so we decided to look in academia in factories in restaurants in Silicon Valley etc etc but that was a huge patch. Cover so where do you start well for Jodi. It was with a tweet that caught some people's attention a few months early. Ah The tweets was from Hollywood. Actress rose McGowan and in just a few characters artists. It promised away into the story. The tweets was accompanied with the Hashtag. Why women don't report and read as follows? Because it's it's been an open secret in Hollywood slash media and they shame me while agitating rapist. Jody sense who the tweet might be about it. Tallied was something elsewhere somebody had given me a tip about Harvey Weinstein and said the story really needs to be done but we were really starting from nothing. We a new only rumors had no idea whether they will real or not so subtle at her desk in New York. Jody stead her computer screen. She was not a celebrity gossip tip columnist. She didn't have any connections with anyone in this world. And it's not exactly an easy universe to wonder into. I didn't know any actresses you normally emily when you're trying to get in touch with the famous person. You call their publicist or their agent. But we did not want to do that. Because with all due respect to this people they're gatekeepers and we thought they would just shut us down and a few people Jodi did manage to talk to didn't exactly fill her confidence that there was even a story here. Harvey Weinstein Though A well-known in the industry wasn't exactly a household name people had heard of his films and his company but not that many people would have been able to point him out in the crowd and Jodi kept hearing the same thing. There were some very condescending Hollywood sources who lectured us and they say things like oh Jodi the casting couch which is just a part of Hollywood and it's been that way from the beginning. It's a very unfortunate part of our industry but it's just not changeable and look you're never get your little story but if you do nobody will care. Feeling a bit stuck Jodi went to her editors they had an idea another reporter who face similar roadblocks alien her reporting give mecanical. They suggested so Jodie and I didn't really know each other She had been at the times for much longer than I had. And she was wondering what to say when you as a reporter when you do get a woman on the phone who you suspect has been a victim of of sexual harassment or assault. What you say in those first thirty seconds to try to keep them on the phone but you know I basically tapped into some of the experiences dances that I had had in that reporting which was to say? I can't change what's happened to you in the past but if we work together we're able to publish the truth. We might be able to protect other other people. We might be able to use your private pain towards some sort of constructive purpose. Meghan put the phone down but couldn't stop thinking about a work. Jody was doing so when she returned to the office after her maternity leave. She knew exactly what she wanted to do. I quickly ended up becoming her partner on the
"enj" Discussed on Command Line Heroes
"Let's go back to something. Thomas brought up in our conversation in something we also talked about. In last season's seachange Enj- episode when Dartmouth College Used The G. E. Two twenty five to develop a tool that allowed programmers to work from different terminals at the same same time in other words time sharing GE hadn't realized the potential for that Dartmouth built it's time sharing system and using the GE to twenty five as well as GE data net thirty and General Electric had previously considered neither of those machines. For time sharing joy lizzy Rankin is technology. Historian the key thing about time sharing was that the computer cuter needed some way of being able to sort of stop. Its own clock. That's what the time sharing refers to not people sharing time on the computer but the the computer actually sharing its own time to process multiple computing requests and it was the faculty and students at Dartmouth College who had the idea of using the data thirty which was a GE communications computer to do that clock and time management together with the to Hugh twenty-five because mainframes were so expensive in the sixties the most efficient way to use them was to run programs in batches someone would write a program. Get the cards punch to run the program then hand over the cards to an operator. Then they'd have to wait for it to be bashed with other programs. Sometimes they'd wait for hours even days. Time sharing basic and and Dartmouth and GE's relationship are crucial to ushering in what I call an era of personal computing before social computers and social networking well before facebook g. e. was easily able to take what was learned from Dartmouth building this time sharing system Tom and adapt it to their own business and quickly build a global time sharing service industry. I think at one point in Nine hundred seventy one hundred thousand time sharing users in Europe alone so this was a substantial business for them through the nineteen seventies into the one thousand nine hundred eighty s despite the success of the ged to twenty-five and the line of to hundreds that followed General Electric sold its Mainframe Division to Honeywell in nineteen seventy but they did decide to keep their time sharing business open and it stayed profitable well for years to come.
"enj" Discussed on The Read
"D. Bill some beautiful and let me see it. Okay let's show okay so it's time for for vo read. That's true and I really don't have one this week this week. I just WanNa say a very quick fuck you to Kellyanne Conway Ran. Should you well so many things. There's probably things I don't even know about yet but Monday. We're recording. This is Martin Luther King Junior Day federal way. Um I'm and I'm sure. Trump has said something about it Mike Pence probably has to about Kellyanne Conway told NBC News. That she feels like Martin. Luther King did you you. She feels like Martin Luther King Junior would oppose trump's impeachment fucking mania. I don't think it was within Dr King's vision to have Americans Enj- dragged through a process where the president is not going to be removed from office is not being charged with bribery. Extortion high crimes and misdemeanors. And I think that anybody who cares about an justice for all on today or any day of the year will appreciate the fact that the president. Now we'll have a full throttle defense on the facts and everybody should have that bitch. What Marlin in his grandma? Oh My name Kelly you could say nothing shit like I don't even have to get into this. This is so you made Martin Luther King Junior Day about the fucking impeachment clean you. Did you made that about it. Now you know your elbows can't handle that reaching king was executed by the federal government. You think he would be against trump's impeachment you think Martin Luther King Junior would be proud trump. You you do upset out go to fuck away fucker as it. Wow Yeah. I saw that on the news earlier and I was like I was actually have those moments where you just stuck in place for a couple of believe you hire that they why people have excuse for trump and not observing.
Why are leaves still on my Japanese Red Maple in January?
"Of the neighborhood get growing with stokes. Now how today's question Johnson email and he says Japanese maple is still holding onto its leaves and it's never kept them this long any ideas. Why and then he says someone in another part of the country had the same situation? Well in and I'm I'm seeing this I. I haven't traveled all over the country by any means. But I'm seeing this and and I've been thinking back to well forty fifty years ago when it seems to me they cleared themselves of leaves Pretty reliably and this year. I think it's a weather change thing. It's environmental and this year. I think it's a specific environmental thing I was just teasing with mark. I- Penn State is my enemy during football season but there my my backup when it comes to horticulture and and we mark checked and I came to complete disarray. Complete agreement with this discussion in terms of they didn't form they obsession layer which is a a chemical thing in plants that causes the leaves to drop off. It's one of my signals on plant health in the fall if a May well in many cases when a plant holds it's leaves and Goes into winter. Or let's just say the middle of summer and the leaves stay there and die. It's not a good sign. It means the systems in the plant. Shutdown Penn state went one step further in terms of going back in temperature time in terms of November freeze WIT IT IT slowed the plants down. It started to throw them into and this this is all plants but into the red maple category. It's slowed them down so that the internal systems system's got shall I say interrupted the chemistry in the plant that forms they obsessionally or no. That's that's the the cells that are in between the twig and the bottom of the leaf. The PETIOT In this all gets pretty technical but it boils down to the fact attracted didn't form completely so the leaves hung on and then went ahead died in a normal way. I find this worrisome because in general when I'm looking get a plant if it has Well many signs and symptoms but if it isn't dropping it's leaves in a proper way or proper time time I know that systems inside of shutdown and that's not good However I think in the Japanese maples maybe our overall environmental change Enj- going to warmer circumstances has some bearing on it? But then as Penn state and and mark checked on this They feel that this freeze we had a real quickie in November is part of it however a justin freeze in November every year and I find Japanese maples holding longer now. Well then I'm going to say that I find it. A bit worrisome. Because of well observations that are of the other nature were planned. Glenda's either going to die or has the we'll see what spring brings right now. I don't think we're going to find anything more more than some leaves. Leftover as the new leaves come out in the spring I looked at the birds on my trees. They're fat and supple as they should be for this time of year but something something got interrupted internally to where they're they're holding 'cause I well in best guess with on a leaf count. My my trees are still seventy ninety percent fully aided Hanging
Jonathan Blum: The Usual Uncertainties
"This bookworm and today my guest Jonathon Blum. Who's book of Short Stories? Were talking about today. The usual uncertainties. Well he's one of the very few people who I heard bookworm when he was attending Santa Monica College Enj from Santa Monica College he transferred to Ucla from Ucla. He applied to and got admitted to the University of Iowa. rining program probably then is now one of the very best in the country. Among the people he worked with there were Maryland Robinson but they offered an impressive staff of writers. Here's then as now. Maryland is just retired now. This book is beyond the usual uncertainties. It's twelve stories and these are stories you've written over the last. How many years I'll just over twenty twenty years of you've stories song and I know too that you teach writing in workshops around Los Angeles? Different kinds of workshops story workshops developing character workshops working on your novel workshops workshops so tell me after this time what is the. The short story has to do well Short story seems to be a highly compressed literary form They say it has to have a beginning being a middle and an end though not necessarily in that order I think of myself more disposition as a story writer than a novelist. Maybe maybe I'm one of those people who prefers three or four minutes songs too big symphonies. Shorts story isn't short in anything having other than length. Yes one of the things that I realized as I was reading your stories is that there is a moment where the surface of the story drops away and a dream or trance of what the story is takes its poice and so suddenly you're entering another realm entirely Someone is bringing a baby right to family. How do we know how this is happening? Why this is happening? He feels like Santa Claus. Right he tells us but somehow or other. This is a dream of a story in which a baby can be delivered. Yeah by the family Oral for me without story apples and oranges. I knew that I wanted to have this man. It takes place in nineteen fifty two and he goes out to the countryside outside of Philadelphia and he brings back to Philadelphia with him. A A an unwanted gentile baby and he's going to give of it to his wife sister and her husband to adopt. They haven't been able to have they haven't been able to have a child. Yeah and so will I knew something about what was hint his interior life and what he had in mind and the happiness that he wanted to bring to his sister in on brother-in-law but I didn't know at all what was going to happen in the story. And Yeah I mean he does bring this sort of fantastic gift gift But other than that. I didn't really know where the story was going. And that's often the case. When I begin a story I may have some sense of of where could be going? But I'm I'm pretty open about it. I you know Grace Paley that line about giving your characters the open destiny of life. I really try to do that. I like them to have an open destiny of life within the story. And then I like my endings to be open to because I think characters are still capable table of behaving Unpredictably even after a story and well that story if I remember correctly that that mentions the open destiny of life story by Grace Pantley quota conversation with my father and many many of your stories are conversations with parents. That's right and in fact the first story and a young boy has has gone with his father who's adopter. His parents are divorced. He ends up going with his father for the weekends. His father has to work right and takes him to the hospital. The boy sits around waiting until the father one day says would you like to make my rounds with me and not just that shows him how how to look at an x Ray. Yes it's a pulmonologist but he does locate cancer. I mean because he's looking at chest xrays so he's looking issue Z.. Whether there's cancer or emphysema what the patient's condition is but the marvellous thing. Is that this drops away too soon. The boy is going into the rooms with the father but not just into the rooms where he knows news that a patient has terminal cancer as indicated by the title of the story. The white spot was an indication on the x Ray a cancer but the father is talking to a woman where she from Hungary from Hong Yes. Well her family's ways from Hungary actually. She grew up in the United States. But she's of Hungarian ancestry. The father is getting the Hungarian woman to tell the story. Essentially of anti-semitism in Hungary and the father is teaching the boy that that not how to be a doctor right not how to be compassionate and not how to talk to a patient about death but to show the boy that these people are used to the experience of people coming from extermination camp. Yeah the drop that I'm talking about into the trance of the dream right. The boy is being told a completely different story Ori by his father in collaboration with the Hungarian woman neither of whom know how powerful awful What they're saying is to the boy? The boy is something. Well he's an attractions he's in a trance too. You and I would say the exciting thing to me about reading your stories. I was following following the trance of the story and Song I think of this as leading the reader down the garden path into another realm of reality. Yeah I agree with what you're saying about both of those stories and I think also those stories have immigrants in common and one of the things. I think that unifies the collection is that threaded throughout there are a a number of immigrants from various places in the white spots there in from the white spot there from Russia. But you know I have a Thai emigrant I have Armenian emigrants people that make up Los Angeles. I mean Los Angeles is ten million people in Los Angeles County and three point. Five million of those are not born in the United States so I think the immigrant experiences pretty central to the Los Angeles experience. And of course you know my own family has an immigrant background as well. Well I would go further and say that the stories prove that life is strange. That what a story doesn't do is tell you you you already know in the second story. I mentioned called apples and oranges. None of these people. I know what to do with this outside the family outside the flock outside the tribe baby. Yeah but but the bringer of the baby knows right then in a few weeks it'll be like every other baby right. It will be loved. It will be cared for. It will be ideal yes and it will always be a baby of gentile ancestry. And that's something that I wanted to explore usually it's Jews who are trying to assimilate into the larger culture but this will be a baby that is going to be assimilating into Jewish culture which I just really enjoyed that aspect of the story.
Australians Debate What To Do About Climate Change
"USTRALIAN still have time talking about climate change. Despite suffering record-breaking temperatures and unprecedented fire season global warming is generally accepted as fact in the country that just experienced its hottest and driest year on record in two thousand nineteen but Australia is also the the world's largest exporter of coal after hearing the parliamentary election. One of the biggest issues was what the media term. The Climate Wars Australian voters rejected the Labor Party which was lobbying for the country to move aggressively away from fossil fuels. NPR's Jason Bobi and reports from Sydney unlike debate on the issue in the US. For for a Lotta people refuse to accept establish science in Australia. The debate is more about the urgency of climate change. And how much should be done on it. How quickly with smoke? In the the air the record heat the ongoing drought millions and millions of acres of land on fire. There are daily reminders of the reality of the changing planet. But that doesn't mean people people agree on what should be done about it if you go back a couple of decades. There was largely bipartisan support in terms of climate action. That's Mark Houten. He's the director of the Climate Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University in Canberra but for a few different reasons With gone into a period of extreme polarization about climate change Enj- quite extraordinary degree of polarization about climate. Change three years ago. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison back when he was the treasurer famously brought a softball sized lump of coal into parliament in thrust it defiantly in the air is despicable. This is call fried treasurer nuys. The road along trump's ropes. It's called men and women who work and live in electric's of those offices Morrison said Coal Exports Ford what has made the Australian economy globally competitive. He accused legislators who are pushing for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions of stifling Australian jobs and he also suggested that his opponents suffer from a mental disorder is opposite. have an ideological illogical thea of good for qualified financially Mr Spike. But that's the malady that afflicts thighs opposite how the Australian National University says the polarization around on climate change has kept the country for moving forward. Not just to try to reduce emissions but to put in place additional coping measures like beefing up firefighting budgets. It's in bringing in more waterbombing airplanes. What's really extraordinary in Australia? is even though the politics are actually very toxic and problematic. Must Australians want action on climate change a poll last year from the Lao Institute the Think Tank in Sydney founded Australians listed climate change as the biggest threat facing the country in the coming decade cade and ninety percent of them said they wanted the government to take action on the issue. The town of Control of Park on the east coast south of Sydney was ravaged by wildfires. What's that flared? Over New Year's more than eighty houses were destroyed in two people died in the town. The community halls turned into a relief. Supply Station tables piled Donald with clothes. Toiletries food all of water. There's still no power generators running out front keep icing milk. Cold in a refrigerated shipping container. Deputy Mayor Patricia White is visiting the Community Center for the first time since the fire I leave about thirty K.. 's Up the road. I got stuck in the five as well but I've been itching to come down to this community because they like family to me. Whites and independent considers herself right of center. She's frustrated by how difficult it is to get people across the political spectrum to compromise during debates about climate change on the city council. They don't want to accept somebody else's opinion. She says the city council had a huge fight over whether to convert all municipal buildings to run entirely off solar. So do I signed to a right Pyeho. I'm not collecting the rubbish through online. Going to click the Ravi lobby ship three weeks because I need to save money because I want to put a solid roof on the toilet. You've got a balancing act and how you do it. She says everyone needs to back off in her words injured too because nearly everyone in Australia accepts that climate change is a real problem but it's an abstract and to some terrifying problem and end agreeing on exactly what should be done about it right now is proving almost impossible. Jason Bobi N._p._R.. News New South Wales Australia.
"enj" Discussed on ESPN FC
"For another team that can challenge Enj- for that title Venera Martinez as simple as. Yeah I agree Casey. What was your Best White Hart Lane moment? Aw Snowboarding loved every minute pick by the final. I know violent to get back into the dream right to puzzle hop go. I Ah for me. It was more of a collective thing is I was able. I was fortunate that Injury Free Mo's able to play every minute of every Game Cup and League for over two seasons and it was the result of cocaine. The handsome and to be able to do that was I. I take some hop was coming. When is the grinch coming back? Hey Hey I have to say Craig back. You are taking a deal. I hope he's back into Craig. I'll be had beheaded worry marring. Will it be rested in Mellow. Newly come winging Craig's you already push and who goes on holiday and come back grumpy on you never see they say why are you doing this. What's up oh come on look at this?.
"enj" Discussed on Filmhaus
"What they did to chewing so so basically was worse than that because fin goes chewy. Do My job for me. Well the like so we do the work so so they're about to fly away from this desert but then They know that The Knights of rain and Kylo are coming and so ray decides she needs to go walk into the desert so that way something and then Enj- ron does he's drawn to him or whatever and so then finish says chewy. Go get ray. He walks out of the front of the ship and has lost her some have even though they're showing her through the windshield right there. Physics of the space make notes make sense and he just kind of goes roar and then like wanders off like a senile. Now old man surgery with the next the next time you see the next time you see. He's handcuffed and he's just he just like he also by the way. Has the secret knife item. Everything of importance with them. Take me away and that he just walks into the back of prison trademark like ten feet from there. Yeah the and so and then in Ray has this whole thing where the transport ship takes off starts to fly away and she uses her force powers to try and pull it back. I'm like Oh that's cool. Because they seemed really shitty that he was getting taken and I hope this doesn't become a whole thing so I hope that she can show her ability to that Kylo Ren shows up starts pulling it away from her until she gets so frustrated pulling that lightning shoots out of her fingers palpitation. Lightning shoots fingers blows on the transport ship and it's like Oh my God and even collins like Oh shit. Yeah Jewish.
"enj" Discussed on OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray
"There's no reason for yes. I deleted it because I knew you would get mad. Well why are you doing the repair and half the conversation. Yeah you don't have to hide it. I mean if it is like for example people are. I'm talking to this person. He's my friend okay. But she's a girl. Okay then let's have the conversation you know it's not that it's not like you need to hide it or avoid it altogether because you can have friends. Sounds like like. Yeah but it's a conversation you need to pass another thing to relationships shouldn't limit your life either like it should in in the sense of if we're in a committed relationship and like you want to make sure you're not hurting other people. There's a thing of over jealousy to Blake. DOC allow that person to be free like do the things that they love like. And as long as all like with good intention than S- great like then the other person should be a little bit more lenient too because I feel like in some relationships. There's people that like hold somebody back so much uh-huh and it makes it so they're not able to be themselves anymore and like experience life the way they would want because we're all human and it's so funny because in our own heads ads like we think that we're the most important what we want is the most important thing but when you truly love somebody else you like. That's important to them. It's not my favorite thing for them to do but they love it so let them go and do it like if it's like hanging out with friends and the one friend is really pretty but that's a good friend of theirs. Then it's fine like then okay Ling. Being friends like sometimes it's like when guys have friends or girls have friends it's like they're sketchy about it. It's like Oh they're lying like oh I wasn't with them and I was like I knew you were with them any. Somebody's lying any anyway. Weird sketchy stuff and also your boyfriend or girlfriend has a friend. You should also be able to be friends with them. I WANNA be your friend. who like her to be friends with all hang Out like sometimes it's like they. They don't want figurative. It's it's like oh no actually. That's my friend can is okay. Then why can't I be if I'm your girlfriend. You love me in in sub and that's it's your friend and I like her to be friends. Oh sorry no go the other way around like whenever like close to someone. There's really you know I'm like the other way around his leg. Like Limited. Come here you know like this is not. I don't like having I don't WanNa have you don't WanNa make any conflict. Do you WanNa make sure that she feels wine. Any problems out of like anything like I'm happy with my relationship. I'm looking for anything you know. But it's still like if she has to think about it for me is like why so. It's so easy to clear that out and you just you just think we're waiting all like like insecurities on her at her to get thinking about it or anything. Run here and she's like no. Everything's good. There's no reason to be upset and I feel like a lot of people feel insecure about the fact that they are insecure. They feel like oh I should. I should like be confident. But no we're all we all love our significant other and and we don't we we believe like some other better person's GonNa come around whatever but at the end of the day. It's just like if you say it. The other person gets sentenced really simple short communications. Yeah so simple patients. Let's talk about. This is what I like. Don't like how do we what what do you like. What don't you like okay? Cool yeah I wouldn't like another thing knows like travelling like if you Hana's one to go on all boys choice trip be the boys I'm not GonNa go and be known girl. They're like do your thing. You know have fun but I feel like some people in relationships. It'd be like no no no. Don't go whether you mean like like some people don't like one guy to have a guy triple. Yeah they're like Oh guy bachelor bachelor trip guys tend to go for girl it's true I also happens y'all's relationship till the relationship you trust trust. Your hottest has never done anything bad. He's never made you question his loyalty. Trust anything when you're in a relationship and you don't one hundred percent and trust that person because things have happened you forgiven them or you. Don't really actually forget that you have insecurities because you would think human nature. Yeah so it's like you get scared because it's like okay. Hey Trust you I want to trust you I love you. I want you to have a good time but I'm going to be home freaking out because I know what you've done to me in the past and I still hurt by that. You know only thing yes. You will do sorry whether you because you were saying that for me. That's saga level. I would never like to get say my girlfriend asked like DUMI signs of flag. I shouldn't trust her for me. That's a red flag. I wouldn't I wouldn't like keeping time with someone that is I don't trust so do you ever get to that point. For example. The person who has done is done some bad stuff you know like maybe not. It's different level so for me as different levels and it's like how much I liked that person to put up with it. It's like some things it's like. I'm a girl sometimes. I'm kind of things that aren't maybe so incredibly bad in my head. Their bad things like doing things like in my head that's fat. The nobles chewed on. Never Talk to me again. I do not deal with that kind of some like little things that to me. Add Up and it makes me insecure and it makes me and not trust. That person is like bad things like if I ever cheated on never. It's still even doing things out of like like breaking the trust trust on instagram horrible. You know lying is breaking entrusts yet like in. That's like an issue so if somebody's lying and then you feel like Janas never lied never anything. You've never been anything. Yeah he can go and do stuff because why eight. Why can't he may not? I don't think that's true though. I feel like if somebody's lied to you in the past and has lied to. You admitted their wrongs. You've forgiven. Forgiven them I know. It's like human nature to always remember things but then it's like on you at that point to say that in the past he's change Enj- from that if enough time goes by and allow you have to give them that freedom because if you don't you're always going to be self conscious about things insecure insecure about things and that's just GonNa hurt you mentally and like him boggling. Then I'm here a lot of time and you've gotten over and you guys have bell and you guys have regain the trust the next weekend. It's always important to have a good friend like to give you an outside perspective. Because I've seen a lot a lot of people that are in this problem. You know like all my boyfriend is did this and this and this and for the outside i. It's so obvious. person is not worth is not good for you but when you're in the relationship especially when you're in love it's really easy to get blinds low. My love is a real thing. I've seen a lot of people when they tend to the problems. It's not my place to say anything but it's like it's pretty obvious that the person first of all you know I've seen the way too many people and then after their religion to be sober and they're not in love anymore they can see that so I feel like it's really important to have a good friend. That can give some unbiased out. Yeah Hey you know you might. I went up attention to that unbiased. Keyword Him Potty doesn't doesn't matter yeah never have the conversation like this if it wasn't for this because he yeah but it's fun. Yeah you don't like I mean how do you think about marriage directs the weirdest you're GonNa go home like hey.
"enj" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"As he heard the thundering of hooves in the distance he realized he was wrong. The amazons John's had proliferated hundreds of Amazon's crusted the horizon and descended upon Hercules. Their movements were chaotic warriors. Warriors brandished their spears. While others crouched close to their steed but together they were one churning entity. A living. Wave evoke horses and weaponry glinting in the sun and growing larger with each passing moment as they came closer their movements events became more unified disciplined. They're thundering Gallup's faded to a trot and Hercules suddenly felt the intensity of a thousand thousand eyes trained on his small band of men. When the Amazons came to a halt Hercules noticed it wasn't Hypolito who led their charge and Amazon perhaps more beautiful than Hypolito but just as proud addressed him? This was anti apy Hypolito middle sister name yourself man and declare your intentions but be wary of your words. My archers aim their bows at your men as I speak. I am Hercules son of Zeus. My men and I do not come seeking bloodshed. I simply wish to speak with Queen Hypolito the Hercules I remember was a Demi God among mortals who stood tall with noble bearing. This isn't the man I see before me today. This struck Hercules deep anti appease words. Words were true years before he had been a mighty an honorable warrior but the immense guilty felt from his children's murder and the endless is toil of king nearest the SS Labor had made him a shadow of the hero. He once was tears filled his eyes as he spoke. Yes yes many years ago men and I came to your shores seeking shelter. Hypolito extended her home to us in a gesture of friendship. It's a kindness. I have hoped to repay ever since I left these shores but alas the fates have not been kind. I've returned and to ask one last favor of her. Please grant me council with your Queen. If you are who you say you are then you are permitted to come amongst the Amazons. Thank you however you must come alone you may be a friend of Hypolito but these bearded creatures are unknown to us. My archers and I will remain with your men until you return. Hercules obliged leaving theseus and his men to be guarded by the fierce anti hi appea- Hercules walked toward the heart of the island surrounded by women on horseback. They passed through lush forests. Jewel like pools and rushing waterfalls. It wasn't long before they came upon a clearing there. You're a grand tent adorned with animal. Skins sat guarded by a handful of armed warriors. Hercules approached the tent but his mounted did escorts remained outside. He would go in alone. As Hercules entered his eyes immediately fell on the mighty hypolito who stood as tall and proud as the day they had met years. Before but the Queen's youthful glow had been exchanged Enj- for an air of nobility an iron crown graced her head and a beautiful girdle of gold and iridescent glass glittered around Queens waste holding her sword. Suddenly Hercules was reminded of the true purpose of his journey and felt shame that he had come. I'm not to return hypolito kindness but to take even more when they told me. Son of Zeus had beached on our shore. I laughed laughed. Zeus has many sons. I said this tells me nothing over fifty I believe and I'm sure he's at work on another as we speak but I knew it I knew it was you. Welcome back to a radius. Old Friend. hypolito smiled at Hercules. And for a brief moment he felt lighter. It was as if the hardships he had faced in the years since last last leaving the Amazons were vague and distant memory but as their laughter faded hypolito sense the heaviness of Hercules presence. He struggled to meet her is casting his gaze to the ground. The once dignified hero seemed cowed as if his spirit had broken broken under the weight of his troubles gently hypolito urged Hercules to tell her everything that had happened to him in the comfort of Hypolito tent. Hercules recounted the hardships he had faced in the previous years. He told her of Harrah's Jealous Jealous. Rage over Zeus infidelity with Hercules. Mother a Rath that the goddess had directed at the bastard demi-god for his entire life hypolito listened patiently as he told her how Sarah had tricked him into killing his only three children. a Sin that had led him into a life of slavery under King Uresti Assists Command as punishment. Hypolito felt her heartbreak for her friend. It hurt her to see the once radiant hero now powerless to the cruelty of men and Gods alike. How can I help you? Gain your freedom from this tyrant. I have leagues of fighters now. They are skilled writers and deft with a spear I can charge the city of your character and have him slaughtered slaughtered. No no I cannot have your warriors fight my battles for me. This is mine too face alone. For the sake of my own redemption..
"enj" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Component While the big cords were happening over Doug made that up Meena you know that became part of the Psalm. The way I wrote I just use what people did you know and I got people who to play stuff that I liked. Sometimes you recorded multiple time before somebody you know. Fat found that key or that that way forward I think I probably recorded on the freshman record. I think I recorded Lindley solar like seven times or or something tell us. Why don't we played acoustic? And he did that and then suddenly in the way he was playing was just it was great emotional channel and on the other hand like the Solo. He played on leaving looney played on late for the sky he also had to play that solo about Enron. How many times like fifty one hundred? I don't know he finally like. I started listening to one of the soloist. I started sending back out. He said I think you should listen to that one again. And that's the wants on there. He looked at me. Like I like that one like don't go back. And who knows how many brilliant things he had played before or then I lose my way I would lose my way but again I just wanted to say this thing about Landau is that he taught me something about arranging. That became a fire became. I'm like my interest because of the way in which he was actually able to shape the way people played and I I got on regular. Get to play with Jim Gordon. I got to play with with Chuck Rainey. I got to play with Jeff. Kara I got to play with Fred. Tackett these are all guys it that John wanted to play with. I really learned more than and I learned how to how to call people for what they might play on your record and and and he wanted to play. He wanted to work with Conklin sklar and and I was already working with them but he he didn't want to work with them he wanted to call. Harry was making a record in La. And he'd he'd never made a record l.. Any was calling all these guys because he read reread album. I'm not you covers. You know. Same time he would run into people that he eh parking lot of a studio that he had savaged in print. I'd say this is my friend. Sean land down. The person's eyes would narrow and look at them like John Meeting somebody that the ad like disparage their work and later and really very soon. I've during that record wrote a farewell to rock criticism. He said he he just quit. He's quit writing criticism because he was making records right. I've always sort of suspected that if you that would be a good way to get some critics to just like you know shut up or put up here. I'm in fact I heard a story about Pauline Kale and Warren Beatty Warren Beatty like reading of criticism. She wrote about one of his films films and he offered to give to fund a movie for like you you make one. Let's see what you do. And she wouldn't do it of course where she couldn't or she didn't in May that's like the Beatles telling the the hecklers in the background come on down here and fight us on stage like like it's not exactly a fair challenge Enj- but I'll just note before moving on the with the pretender. You had a top twenty five single with here come those tears again which was written by your co written. I believe right right by your mother here. She just was getting oh Best where I was going to make do without this. They just fees Straw man and.
"enj" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"The plays and and do what he thought and how good was his judgment be you know and probably pretty good and I said every quarterback assistant quarterback Mike some extent yeah and it's funny because my number one guy was a systems system quarterback back in the days when quarterbacks called their own place and Mansa Big thing people you know the difference between quarterbacks in the pre passing era and quarterbacks today is an only that the rules and a guy like a Bart Star John United States was able to co Orlando Dawson was able to come up to the line and had that vision to be able to see what play he he had called in the huddle thinking what was going to go and then what what he could switch at the time Bobby Lane is a hall of fame quarterback you didn't have a very good arm but was incredibly tough and was a great reader of games and could could call those those right kind of place Enj Lachmann was kind of like that I think it's interesting too that said Luchman for example is still the greatest quarterback the bears have ever had his show without an the Sammy Baugh category more more or less Sunny Johnson being the most obvious but said Lockman is still undisputedly the best quarterback a bears auto Graham Graham Brown's and he's still the best quarterback the Cleveland browns have ever had he was the first quarterback the Cleveland browns ever had Graham played ten years in fact the first game they came back in the nfl they beat the reigning champion Eagles who had won two years in a row and then they went to the championship game every single that he played they didn't win them all obviously but he played ten years in the major leagues as it were any went to ten champion ship Games Paul Brown talked him out of retirement for the tenth when Graham left in one thousand nine fifty seven drafted Jim Brown they were trying to get lend back I think for good reason he's the best quarterbacks browns whoever ad for good reason and so he's still number one and when I played my first college game which was a fresh.
Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond
"Off to the seven to to walloping enhanced by and this is what they're spurs midfielder Moussa so to say we get tired too quickly. When we play with a midfield diamond jubilee it was October Fest Foot by Northland don't think Soco saying anything and he didn't see with our own? Is that what what do you make of him and she going so public with with this criticism so some of these guys do not. I guess they haven't had media training. I guess they do an odd question. Well you just have no commonsense right as it pertains to your essay question. You don't have to answer it. You can dance around did even if you feel that this is the case what is there to gain for Mussa's so come on and say we get too tired when we play in diamond what somebody's GonNa feel sorry I four u Somebody's GonNa say oh. I'm so sorry that you have to run into midfield. I'm so sorry you have to tackle people. I'm so sorry that you have to get it close to midfield player. Come on man honestly this is we're talking about Champions League and we're talking about playing at home playing against via Munich. We're in this guy is bringing up. We're getting tire. Come on is this further sign Shankar and the beam plenty already that the players and the manager getting further apart yes yes I see that for this reason this as far as I'm concerned the only players in the park who have any right to complain about getting tired because of nineteen minutes are you wing box given what's asked of them in modern day football. If no you complaining about getting tired of formation it points to something and fog far deeper than than just answering a question incorrectly my opinion and given what we've seen from Spoo- so far this season this just visa Mussa's who looking for an excuse to try to explain their poor performances looking for an excuse that somehow absolves him mm-hmm and the rest of the midfield of any kind of responsibility furthermore kind of throws a manager under the bus so which is why answer my question your your question the way that I did. I think it's it's it's alarming to have a player answering the question that Frank. What did you make of what's going on a spur from a farming? The statistics are pretty stop. They've won nine. They lost twenty eight games in all competitions. Why why the exceptional season last season where the their right level? I'm not sure maybe they were playing at one hundred and forty percent. Maybe they were fortunate. Let's say lucky when you see Lucas scoring three goals in the semi final against away from home when you everybody thinks it's it's dead we want something from the Spurs may be the not able to recreate because they were here. It was too much for them and they just came back as human being this season they showed the weaknesses reina what the MHM weaknesses where Eden by a real fortune last season and now you see the conflicts coming up always dot com and from USA Sissoko saying to the Koch. We don't want us to play later because I think we don't like the way you make us play and prominence becomes becomes reality when when in fact you can't answer the questions on the field and last year they were able to do so because they were playing at the maximum because they oughta spirit together and because they were lucky did not anymore in those three statements interesting you'll photon over achievement because guys would look at the starting eleven it is still a fabulous team on on on paper. It is not an argument be made that they'd just been a victim of great by inside on on Tuesday night but also suffering and they've done that before you would say it's just a slow start. If you don't go back to the end of last season on how much of a struggle it was other than Champions League and maybe making the deep running Champions League mass a lot of the issues that we're going to get over chief. Did they overcharged grossly over achieve. You can meet well. I mean even even even the biggest I fan will be like attendance. League final. I look over achieve got fortunate but they took advantage of that good fortune and give them credit for that but clearly there's been issues with this his team since deep deep issues back then that they haven't resolved they did not answer it through the summer and they have an answer yet and early on in the the season for me. It's not only the players is not only puts it. The it's just a whole feeling oh spurs right now seems to be while they go brighton and Walford Nixon the primarily that may be just the remedy that they have all due respect to break known. What extra chime is where we onto your twitter questions Enj- you can see it every day on Youtube Channel
"enj" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Is about to change very dramatically. If we don't change course very dramatically the sign says we need to do that immediately and the science says that something like all of civilization is at stake if we don't and I look at the world and I see nobody acting as though that's the case and I'm confused and I'm frustrated and I'm angry and I want you to know what I know about the scale of the crisis because I can't understand if you did understand it how you would be doing anything but what I'm doing which is devoting my entire life to this challenge Enj- David. You've met with Greta you talk to her in person. I wonder how is she handling all of this insane attention for her voyage across the Atlantic Meeting Barack Obama you know going to the UN to be the sort of marquee speaker of this climate summit how how does that weigh on a sixteen year old like her. I mean it seems to me like she's tired and it's been a really crazy couple of weeks for her. I think she feels gratified. That all of these people are out with her sort of in speaking in unison about the urgency of crisis but I don't think it's something that she relishes in the one on one interview. I think it was easier for her to kind of focus and have a direct exchange that sort of impression I had of her then was that she was the most teenager like that. I've seen her are in any context. She was self deprecating. She made a few cracks about other people in the room and that kind of thing which is not something I've seen from her in any public look statements but I think that you see the speech that she gave at the UN during the climate summit someone who is a bit being pushed to sort of breaking point. I mean for the first time she was speaking in much more heated tones much more emotionally. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen stolen my dreams in my childhood with your empty words yet. I'm one of the ones people are suffering. Think people are dying entire ecosystems collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and so you can talk about money and fairy tales of economic growth..
"enj" Discussed on This is Actually Happening
"You know another thing that's the outcome of the brain injuries something called for several reasons so he's constantly asks the same questions ends partially because of his injury and I think partially because confusion and anxiety and I think moments where he's not doing that and he's just I present feels like a win. You know what I mean so it's like you kind of have to adjust 'cause. I used to like he would have so many ups and downs and I would be right there with him him going up and going down and I think at some point you're like okay. He has a brain injury. I don't like I need to be able to appreciate when there is something positive however small it is like even if it's like ten minutes before bad when I crack a joke and he's laughing and field like him. I can also feel angry that I don't have that partnership and I don't have that traditional experience right now now so I think it's about embracing all event life when your life changes so dramatically you a half to take things for what they are and like be able to appreciate them. You either change because you're inspired to change. ENJ- or your change because you're pushed change and like life is pushing you to change and I think I am creating dating life and I'm also helping my husband. Come back to life and I need to be kind to myself because that is not on an easy task. My anxieties pre Elliot's accident was all about like if I could publish may book than I could start my life for if I could do this or get over this then. I could be happy but it's like no. This isn't just something everything to get over. You know all of it. The good the bad the ugly the messy all of it is life..
Johnson & Johnson Loses Oklahoma Opioid Case, but the Stock Rises
"Let's begin with johnson and johnson an oklahoma adjudge has ordered j. and j. to pay five hundred and seventy two million for est role in the state's opioid crisis now johnson and johnson argued that its marketing and sales activities <hes> where lawful and that it was not at fault for the crisis but jason and the judge in the court obviously disagreeing j._j. Will appeal. He'll the ruling now the interesting thing here shares of j. j. up today around two percent and that may be related to the fact that oklahoma had sought assault more than seventeen billion in damages so relatively speaking could've been worse. Yeah you're right. I think that's that's really the takeaway or the market's reaction makes a lot of sense because as you do have close released. There are some certainty now in five hundred seventy two million dollars as a whole heck of a lot less than seventeen billion so i've heard so it puts things in perspective for johnson and johnson and johnson and johnson as a business pulled in around nineteen billion dollars in free cash over the last twelve months on eighty one billion dollars dollars in sales so clearly these guys are going to be just fine <hes> but mackey no listen. I've got an opinion regarding this. I wanna call bs or bs needs to be called in in to me and i appreciate not sitting. You're saying that the opioid crisis is something that you don't assign blame to just one entity with this. My problem is the more and more research is where was the f._d._a. In all of this because to me like the f._d._a. Is the the ultimate check brian. I mean that's the organization where the buck really should be stopping and if you do a little research into this and everything that's been going on with the opioid crisis uses and then oxy continents are where things started back and i think it was like nineteen. Ninety-five i mean clearly big pharma was complicit in really trying to push rush the f._d._a. To <hes> take some more lenient types of approaches to marketing and whatnot but the fact is the f._d._a. Folded the f._d._a. Okay basically buckled and said okay yeah sure do whatever and they did it basically with with no backing from science whatsoever and so you saw this period of time. I'm where a lot of these <hes> opioids these big pharma companies were able to market them in such a way that they made made it seem as if they were appropriate treatment for more conditions for longer periods of time when really that wasn't the case i mean science clearly tells us that that some of these drugs are extremely addictive and it can ruin people's lives <hes> in so i i go back to. I appreciate the fact that oklahoma is trying to hold big pharma accountable. I think big pharma should be held accountable. I also very much believe the f._d._a. Should be held accountable leader to and i don't know that they necessarily or being thrown in the spotlight in the same way <hes> i oh i think about it from the perspective as a parent i mean let's make this relatable. This is like when you're a parent in your kid is lobbying you to tack on a bear claw to the frozen the mint chocolate chip coffey kulata that you're getting the dunkin donuts right. I mean it doesn't mean you have to do it. Your the check right. You're the one that says no. Maybe that's a little bit too much. You know maybe it's unpopular decision. You have to say no but i feel like the f._d._a. Should it should have been a little bit more fun here years ago and said you know what no no. Let's wait and maybe have some science on her side before we start making some of these decisions i confess. I didn't really follow you after you said barracuda i mean there are a lot of players. This is a crisis that i mean almost half a billion people or half a million people over the last couple of decades kids have suffered <hes> deaths from the choruses and <hes> johnson johnson is saying specifically to this case is that they only represented one percent of the oh boy the opioid sold in oklahoma so it's unfair for them to get to tacked on with this <hes> with this ruling from the shareholder perspective johnson johnson which i am at jason said i mean this is for them. Analyst were actually hoping for less than one billion dollars. Which is i in in the ruling rolling mac which is one reason why the talk i think up today even though the oklahoma was looking for seventeen more than seventeen billion analysts were probably expecting less than a billion or so so i think and the markets reacting positively to that they have some closure. It is still tied up in court. This will be the first one from state. Oklahoma was the first this will obviously now start to set open other potential cases for this so there's a little precedent set here at least for now but from johnson johnson you have us companies three injured and three seven billion dollars market cap. It yields more than three percent. The s the ten year now is at one and a half so it's more than double the ten year bond yield and so investors looking at this saying hey. I still have a fairly stable dividend payer. <hes> it's a large companies. It's not going to light the world on fire from capitol appreciation perspective but now you have this kind of at least for right now a little bit behind them and then get onto running the business as jason said they generate substantial substantial cash flows that they're going to continue to invest into their business but this will now be open for more interpretations by more courts and more states and and i doubt oklahoma will be the first okay. I want to push back on the stock of it because you mentioned your shareholder. Yeah you look jay over the last five years stock up somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty two percent the market s._n._p. Up almost double that around forty two percent when i look at these incredibly diversified conglomerates it's like j._j. There's a point where i say why not just own index fund instead yeah well. I mean we had that conversation before and i think it's a fair question. <hes> i mean enj j and j is one. I don't own personally but have recommended and recommended more on the potential for the future and i i don't know that a lot of people really think about some of the bets that j._j.'s placing today <hes> in regard to the future of medicine and i'm talking about <hes> things like robotic surgery injury they have a wing of the business called ethicon and <hes> <hes> the the founder of intuitive surgical has played a big role in helping johnson johnson build out that part of the business so i think it's exciting when you look at all of the resources a company like that has at its disposal in leadership that is starting to look forward into how how technology can really change the healthcare space <hes> i. It is a bit frustrating. Perhaps the way the stock is performed in the past. That doesn't necessarily i mean it's going to be that way in the future. <hes> in eighty made a great point there in that it's not going to lie to the world on fire from capital appreciation perspective but but really investing investing good investing is about making sure you have a nice diversified portfolio and i think john jay can be a great sort of healthcare stalwart again knocking like the world on fire up. It would be very reliable. <hes> you know they're going to get past situations like this. It's gonna make them better <hes> in they'll continue to invest in in in new parts of the business going forward yeah. The only reason i think really jason great point about some of their investments and innovations but really it's it's. It's the dividend play that you're going to get substantial yield. Let's that's that's much higher than at least the ten year but when you look at bond funds basically yielding about bond funds and then you have the potential for capital appreciation so i think that is really the investment case for johnson johnson they make the innovations is probably one of the as jason said the probably the best stalwart healthcare our company out there my mind but yeah it's not. It's not going to be one of these. One that is going to complete change your portfolio. It's going to be much more stable player but fifty eighty seven consecutive years. They just raised their dividend for the fifty seventh consecutive year so i mean there are a lot of folks out there that are looking for that kind of of reliability for their portfolio and as you get older and you get into that sort of took the protect your wealth phase of your life. I mean this is great. This is a great one. Look at from that income
"enj" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris
"Whatever you could. Or if you have to you have the Shiites in the in the Sudanese that are killing each other. They could say, well, wait a minute. We're both Muslim for example. You know, it doesn't have to be a political relation. I was just using our country as an example. But you're right to highlight that in articulate case, one of those founding belief that defines his higher order group is paradoxically kind of commitment individual, you know, the rights of individuals, and you're also that I think alluding to, you know, the well understood challenge of, you know, Popper's the open society and its enemies, you know, this this notion that there is a sense in which are tolerance could actually be in our openness could actually be our undoing. So which is a whole other topic in other, you know, discuss but I saw that in fifteen minutes. Read left the number of footnotes behind though, I don't wanna lose the point you were making about grief. And then I then I wanna back all the way up. Go more systematically through your thesis. But what were you saying about grief in an individual? I mean Greece's. So here's the thing about grief, and I talked about grief in the book. I mean, I was a hospice doctor for many years, I took care of people who were dying. I don't know for fifteen years. I will enj- Kogyo in at Harvard when I was on the faculty there and have my own personal experience with grief fight. My mother was terminally ill. When I was a child diagnosed when I was six and she died when I was at twenty five and she was just forty seven died. And so I grew up with this. I am any many. I would suspect if I guess maybe half your audience or third of your audience would have had personal experience with grief at someone. They know die. This is less common in the modern world that it used to be were often children die so people would have siblings or or. Governor had died. Anyway, anyone who's having experience of grief knows that. It's this extrordinary particular kind of pain. It is it could be a physical pain. You know, your your your jaw hers from clenching and crying in your your chest hurts and an emotionally as agony..
"enj" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast
"It's kind of weird. Dave calls me a traitor every now and then because I'll say something about awesome meadows. He goes. We're not supposed to like them. I'm like, I don't know what to tell you like awesome metals is the most likable person I've ever seen whether it was in Pittsburgh. Whether is in Tampa is going to be a star one. He gets consistent bats in my opinion. I think all the all the framers there. I think the talents there what's kind of the field with Austin meadows in Tampa right now. I I it's funny that you mention that about how you're not supposed to like the raise because I think everyone kind of has a team like that. I mean, I hate the cardinals. But there's something about watching the cardinals on TV that just variables like taste ball. It's just you're right. Exactly. It just feels right to be watching cardinal baseball. Although I hate the team, and I hate their fanbase it just feels good to wash the car is. We have a nice warm feeling a nice cardinals cub series. Oh, nothing better. All right. So Tommy fam-. There was a big that was one of the more. Underrated moves were using that word a lot. But it applies. I mean, I I think everything in Tampa Bay is underrated literally like, I think some people forget they exist. Sometimes that's that's the funny thing. So you aren't until they use an opener strategy. And then everyone hates them. We're gonna we're gonna get to that. Because I want to talk about that. That's so you you grab Tommy fan for your number fourteen. Twenty five and another prospect and Tommy famine another one of those guys that just kind of flies under the radar when it comes to good. You know, consistent baseball players like when you look at this outfield, where do you think it ranks in baseball? Because I think it's definitely again like in the top seven or even top five if we're talking defensive defense alone. Yeah. I think he can be top five overall. If meadow steps up at the play, and it's hard to say step up because he hasn't had the chance. But if he can be productive at the plate. Then you have two guys at the corner that can play very well on both sides of the ball in the cure Meyer who might be the best defensive outfielder in baseball. So averaging out although he's not productive at the plate your Meyer. But averaging both sides of the ball if if meadows can be a quality player in that lineup. They're going to have one of the best outfield all the baseball. I at you said at least top five, but the to your point about Tommy fam-. He wasn't underrated move. You know by most people he was very good last year. He was the best player on the raisin, and very huge reason as to why they got to the ninety one watermark. But then the offseason came and kind of said some stuff. Yeah. And kind of opinions kinda turned on on fan. But I think that that will all be washed away come opening day whenever he's you know, hitting for three hundred average in. Popping out twenty home runs and a few RBI's winning cures everything. I mean, I think the best comparison for this. And I know that like I've gone this long without mentioning his name and the audience is gonna love me for that. Because usually it takes me about five seconds before I mentioned, Andrew Benintendi name. But this this raise outfield reminds me a lot of that SOX outfield, minus an MVP candidate. To like, Mookie Betts audits. He's I mean, he's an MVP. You know, you have a young stud at one of the corner outfield positions in Andrew Benintendi slash Austin meadows. You have to two of the top maybe three or four defensive center fielders in baseball who can't seem to figure out how to hit again, which enj j and Kevin care, my if they could ever learn how to hit those teams would be absolutely unstoppable. Then you have a guy like Tommy fam- who if he can destroy it out. And just be the baseball player. He knows he can be this could be absolutely ridiculous. And this team could win way more games than the last year. When Dave and I started painting corners way weren't exactly sure how all this thing would go. Where do we put it? How do we even record an episode.
"enj" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The new pricing goes into effect April. Second twenty nineteen. Ms raising their prices inflation going up. Let's talk a little bit or about Europe's copyright directive. We haven't talked about this in a few weeks. So let's update. Yeah. They're still working on the final wording. The if you remember we talked about this in September the copy directive passed, but it in Europe's way of doing things it's taking a little while to get to become the law. Google has taken issue with the directive and put out a warning of what it search would look like in Europe, if article eleven of this new copyright directive goes into force article eleven is the one that gives publishers the right to demand paid licenses for the use of snippets of stories. Right. So saying like, look if you use any of the words from our store, you got to pay us for that. Otherwise, all you can do is link. We'll Google test screen shots shared with search engine land show a page of results for latest news. So somebody searched latest news. The results have no images. No headlines. Because that would be considered a snippet and only the names of the news sources and Timestamps so like Daily Mail one seventeen PM with no other information, the legislation is enclosed or negotiation right now between the European Commission council and parliament, the European Council will vote on Friday January eighteenth on the directive. They can make changes to the wording that might be. Why Google is out there making this push right now the directive would be followed by negotiation. If it passes that January eighteenth vote with the European parliament starting January twenty first and then a final vote would happen sometime in March if it passes all of that it doesn't go into law until all the nations pass it sometime in twenty twenty one. So this is them trying to demonstrate that they would not have a product, right? I mean, it's a little bit of a scare tactic. But it's it's basically saying if we wanted to be the most conservative followers of this directive, this is what we'd have to do to make sure we didn't step on anybody's toes and part of that is that Google fears that I I think. think they do have reason to assume that they should play as conservative as possible to this kind of regulation, right Google. They got a lot of cash they they fight in the courts all the time. If they if they felt like it they can put out headlines and claim that this is a fair. They don't have fair use in in Europe. But that this is a fair way of displaying it, and it's not necessarily a snippet because it's a common name it cetera et cetera. Google has all kinds of I they can do some processing where they change the wording. And so they get across the gist of what they're linking to without actually using the exact, wording, etc. There's all kinds of things they could do to make this more usable. This is them being obstinate and saying, well, you know, we're not gonna do anything. And this is what you want. This will get I will defend Google Lear. I do think that they that. Yes. This is them saying. All right. We don't have a product. You don't get the traffic. This is a lose lose for everybody. I think that they are trying to demonstrate that. But I don't know if they're in the wrong to do. So the more that they challenge. Enj- the more that they invite further regulation, and whether or not they are exactly complying with this one. Then the next round of it might be more restrictive. And they would rather make a deal. I think the reason why they're doing this is they wanna show the forces that are pushing this to say look you'll like the traffic that we give you you just don't like the fact that people don't go to your site by reading too much of it on our site. So let's show you what zero looks like it's a threat, right? And I don't even disagree with anything. You just said I don't think this is what Google actually does if they lose this fight is. I guess they shut down news if they lose this fight. Yeah. They might do that they might. But then they still have to deal with regular search results as well. Which is what this page is showing. I mean, then they can depreciate news search results to the point where they don't show sites that they feel like they can't legally..
"enj" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"It's usually contra we'll let you alluded to these things already the history, we've looked sort of obliquely this idea about, oh, it's just a bunch of or on your friend. No of you, I subscribed to necessarily. But even now, I feel that it's not as exciting as it was even when I was watching one of my heroes or that Senator year Senator is the sport Leszek, citing always, it just is it just grown up like any sport. Really people say, oh it's corporate ruled now, but it's a massive megabucks billion dollar industry. Isn't just a natural of things. Do you know, I think it's as exciting as it ever was. I just don't think it's presented in that way to people that aren't sort of traveling around with it, and that was a huge inspiration behind what we're doing. I think a few years ago, the marketing and the branding of Formula one became very be to be very corporate. So it was less about the consumer advertising that was on the side of the cars in the seventies. And eighties and more about big brands showing off that they have that level of technology to participate in the sport. I'm always very envious of these sports like football basketball, even you know, tennis and running have all these great brands that are consumer focused, and they are also pushing really cool content out there really exciting content in lifestyle culture, focus content Formula, one doesn't have that happening at the moment. So that's part of the reason we decided to start this in sort of carve out that. I mean, I call it a niche, but it's what the sports always been about. You mentioned that previous eras that inspires us as well. And in the package. You that you have we make a point of not just having the journal, but also a limited edition art print. That's inspired by the city and piece of merchandise, as well, you know, the vintage style racing patch that we had that's era that got us all excited about it. And you know, we want to kind of have that type of experience what the sport again in a lot of people do which is the feedback that we're getting well, it's going to say, and I meant this is a compliment annoying door way. There is a sort of nostalgia quality to it. But I think this is interesting meeting where you can be nostalgic almost in town, but very innovative and cutting edge in terms of what you're doing. And that doesn't that's not an awkward place. It didn't butts up against each other. It's it's very comfortable intentionally the place that we're trying to be you know, I think a lot of race fans. A letter from the one fans almost wish that their experience could be like it was when they first got into the sport. And so if we can play on that a little bit it's good for everybody. I've continued to almost routine just leave through these addition. And just there's a huge, different rain. Enj- even of your photography, even so sporting imagery you switch the four months around graphics..
"enj" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"And sometimes it's a street circuit, like in Singapore or in Monaco, and every one of them is in a different country as well. So each one offers up very different experience. So we planet, we are small team comes at it from a lot of different angles. The creative team goes out in advance and shoots a lot of it. We also work with photographer by the name of Darren heath who travels to every single race and captures a lot of the race imagery for us as well. So you know, then we put it all together in every issue has a different feel based on that city. The Barcelona addition is probably wait a little bit more to lifestyle side, but our Monaco edition, a lot more Formula one into just the history and the way it's so integrated into the city with the street circuit. So everyone follows a similar format, but you get a very different experience with each one which is kind of like the drivers, the way they talk about the second themselves. Some they, you can sense. They find more. Exciting mice they do. It's usually we'll let you alluded to these things all ready. The history. We've looked sort of Blakely this idea about, oh, it's just a bunch of cost around friend of you. I subscribe to necessarily, but even now I feel that it's not as exciting as it was even when I was watching. One of my hair is that Senator light is the sport Leszek. So I always it just is it just grown up like any sport. Really people say, oh, it's corporate rule now, but it's a massive megabucks billion dollar industry. Just the natural of things new now, I think it's as exciting as it ever was. I just don't think it's presented in that way to people that aren't sort of traveling around with it, and that was a huge inspiration behind what we're doing. I think few years ago, the marketing in the branding, affirmative one became very be to be very corporate. So it was less about the consumer advertising that was on the side of the cars in the seventies and eighties and more about big brands showing off that they have that level of technology to participate in the sport. I'm always very envious of these sports like football, basketball, even tennis and running. Have all these great brands that are consumer focused and they are also pushing really cool content out there. Really exciting content in lifestyle culture, focus content, Formula one doesn't have that happening at the moment. So that's part of the reason we decided to start this in sort of carve out that I'm gonna call it a niche, but it's what the sports always been about. You mentioned that previous eras that inspires us as well and in the package. You that you have? We make a point of not just having the journal but also a limited edition art print that's inspired by the city and piece of merchandise as well. You know, the vintage style racing patch that we had, that's era that got us all excited about it. And you know, we want to kind of have that type of experience with the sport again, and a lot of people do, which is the feedback that we're getting. Well, it's going to say, I meant this is a compliment annoying pejorative way. There is a sort of nostalgia quality to it, but I think they seem interesting meeting where you can be nostalgic almost in town, but very innovative and cutting edge in terms of what you're doing and that doesn't. That's not an awkward place it butts up against each other. It's very intentionally the place that we're trying to be. You know, a lot of race fans from the one fans, almost wish that their experience could be like it was when they first got into the sport. And so if we can play on that a little bit, it's good for everybody. I've continued to almost routine just lay through these addition and just can't does a huge different rain. Enj- even of your photography, even this was sporting imagery. You switch the formats around really bold graphics..
"enj" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Enj- plans underway for a second meeting this fall in Washington unhappy that the two leaders of two very important countries are continuing to me. At that meeting takes place in Washington I think it's all all to the good Pompeo still not confirming, any possible agreements made during the closed-door meeting between the two leaders earlier this week he spoke at the UN where the US is calling out Russia and China. For blocking efforts to stop sanctions violations by North Korea while. Still expressing continued hope the Pyongyang will keep its pledge to denuclearize Ohio State University now says, dozens of former students have come forward with claims of. Sexual abuse by the school's former sports doctor was used as, more than one hundred former students have provided firsthand. Accounts of sexual misconduct by now dead team physician in part of a. School's ongoing an independent investigation into allegations against Richard Strauss involving male athletes and students some who say they, raised concerns about straws as far back as the. Nineteen seventies Ohio State University says it's interviewed dozens of former students and university employees. Strauss killed himself in two thousand five FOX His Jeff monosso. Ohio congressman Jim Jordan has denied allegations of failing to report abuse claims when he was an, assistant wrestling coach at the school many unanswered questions after. Tour boat capsized in a storm on a lake in Branson, Missouri yesterday killing seventeen people it's not known yet. If life jackets were used don't know what the status of all the. Events yet that's still under investigation until that investigation is completed I don't.