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"epcos" Discussed on Talking Automotive

Talking Automotive

06:28 min | 6 months ago

"epcos" Discussed on Talking Automotive

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"epcos" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

04:55 min | 11 months ago

"epcos" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"The most famous cold cases in history is known about this serial killer although much suspected if he could have been a wealthy man who solicited sex from the sex workers he scored some believe he later moved to the united states and became h h holmes. Serial killer of the world fair but a select few believed that jack the ripper was actually a freemason responsible for one of the most explosive cover-ups in history masonic symbolism was extracted from the corpse of jack. The ripper. 's first victim. Catherine epcos to down vs were carved into her cheeks which put together create an m. for mason second catherine's murder was committed in mitre square. A place of geographic importance to the freemasons and third part of her apron was removed the apron referenced part of the masonic uniform. That piece of apron was later recovered in a stairwell on gloucester street. It was covered in blood having been used to wipe down the murder weapon. As he ran from the murder scene above the apron someone had scrolled a very cryptic message. There is some discrepancy but the message either said quote the jews are not the men who will not be blamed for nothing or the jews are the men who will not be blamed for nothing and quote to some. These words are an echo of the most important ritual and masonic history. The killing of the widow's son in the pageant. Three freemasons pretend to be the men who murdered hiram biff head architect to king solomon's temple. The police quickly erased the message. Despite being a key piece of evidence could they too have been freemasons eager to cover their tracks and more importantly. Why would jack the ripper. Connect himself to such a cult at the time. It was rumored that catherine does was mistress to the duke of clarence heir to the throne of england. Not only was she his lover but she was pregnant with his child when the freemasons discovered that the crown was threatened by this lowly shop girl. They chose to protect their country and their fellow. Mason duke of clarence by sending the palace surgeon to attack does the surgeons name. Was sir william gull. While this theory might seem absurd. It is worth noting. That the lacerations on catherine does corpse were many but cut with learned precision as for the other four victims. Perhaps it was a copycat murder. Perhaps the duke of clarence had more extra curricular activities than expected. Or maybe after does sir. William gull realized that he liked killing. But all of these theories. And connections to the occult are a circumstantial and buried far in freemasonry past these days. The group prides itself of increased transparency. They're largely a charity organization and worked to push their members to become better men. Better fathers and better citizens lodges organiz guests receptions on a regular basis. We're interested. People are invited or freely. Attend open seminars. Masonic lodge won't solicit members. They potential member must seek membership of their own free will. Prospective members must also prove that they are free from addictions and dependencies and have a good social reputation and stable. Financial situation members must also express a belief in the existence of a supreme being a government that been central to freemasonry since its earliest iterations. The initiation ceremonies still holds an essential role in the organization. New members are asked to reenact the murder of the widow son before their inducted as a way of paying homage to it masons believe is their moral code. In general lodges are still self-governed and hold elections for local officials there overseen by regional lodges and larger grand lodge. The freemasons are an ancient organization. One of the few that was able to survive to modern day and with six million current members. It's clear the freemasons have just begun to fight their legacies emblazoned on almost every government building in the country almost every medieval cathedral in europe. They've made their mark on the very face of our society. There ideals have founded entire republics. Presidents musicians artists philosophers. Men have all probably carried on masonic ideals passing them on to the next generation and while they certainly have more storms to whether if there's one thing this group has proven its their ability to adapt survive outlast whether they're hiding in the shadows or in plain sight they will always.

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"epcos" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"epcos" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"Measure blood oxygen saturation and has the new apple S. six processor. The lower price stop watch s e has the s five processor. and An accelerometer gyroscope altea meter and fall detection. The new IPHONE IPAD air sports a ten point nine inch liquid retina display with three point eight, million pixels touch ID on the power button the apple, a fourteen bionic and a USB port. The new pad will feature an eight twelve by on it a narrow engine and support for Apple's magic keyboard. I S. fourteen launch this week as well with widgets, security enhancements and more. No iphones were announced. The Amazon fresh grocery store is open and Los Angeles the store in Woodland Hills Los Angeles California? It's now up into the public from seven am to ten PM Pacific Time Daily. The store features Amazon's new Dash Cart, which calculates shopping totals, display shopping list and does other tasks to automate shopping experience. Customers are able to skip a visit to the cashier at the dash cart detects less than two bags of groceries of the cart. When customer leaves the store the amount owed is automatically deducted from the credit card they have associated with. Fair Amazon Account. epcos show stations have been placed her out the store two point customers towards specific products. Same Day Amazon. Prime deliveries can't be picked up by the customer at the store. Microsoft's underwater data center has reemerged after two years two years ago. Microsoft's sink a data center off the coast of Orkney. An experiment to test its performance in energy efficiency underwater. At had a lower failure rate then conventional data centers only eight of the eight hundred, fifty, five servers failed after two years at the bottom of the sea. This may be because nitrogen was used as a capsule rather than oxygen since there were no humans onboard. The cost of calling these data centers would be lower to. Underwater locations would be more secure as well without the infrastructure costs of constructing the building. Open door goes public in of four point eight, billion dollar merger. Open door a platform which lets homeowners quickly sell their houses merged with social capital had a via holdings to a shell company led by a venture capitalist and early facebook executive. Company generated four point seven, billion in revenue twenty, nineteen. With eighteen thousand home selves from twenty-one Markets. A third of its employees were laid off at April however, though operating at a loss, currently, the deal values of a door at four point nine billion. The Navy looks into robot ships to hunt and kill enemy submarines. The US Navy is planning to use a lead of on crewed warships to hunt and destroy submarines. They're in the process of issuing contracts for up to forty medium unmanned surface vehicles. or M us of these These are cheaper to build and maintain while still being very effective at their jobs. M Us, vs would free up billions of dollars worth of warships to do other tasks. Results may be disappointing however, previous attempts at automating. See mine hunting talk about a decade to produce results. Moving targets will be much more challenging. Lamborghini and Xiaomi unveiled their new electric go kart for adult Xiaomi and Lamborghini out produced the nine baht go car pro Lamborghini addition. It's an electric go kart belt for the track. The design is similar to an early SEGUE, nine design, but with serious performance upgrades. Three reaches speeds up to twenty five per hours easy. The detachable Chelny self-balancing. Scooter. The rear tires are drifting friend lead and it has high traction rubber on the front tires. Has True Akron steering functional headlines And a rear wing adding real aerodynamic and handling improvements the four, hundred, thirty, two, Watt hour battery. Allows it to run for about fifteen and a half miles. The Max passenger weight is two hundred, twenty pounds and as available for about one thousand, four, hundred, fifty dollars. So I had to wonder if this is actually going to be here at the US because I know. Xiaomi at least what their cell phones and televisions and whatnot if I remember correctly, they are banned here in the US now. Thanks to the trump administration, of course. A backup driver of an autonomous Lubar SUV as charged with negligent homicide in Arizona. Elaine Hertzberg was killed by Volvo SUV outfitted with an Uber self-driving. Twenty. Eighteen. Raphael of Aska was the driver behind the wheel. Has Been charged with negligent homicide. Alaska's has pleaded not guilty to the charge and released with an ankle. For Trial is set for February twenty first. The National Transportation Safety Board found the likely caused. The crash was an attention for Vasteras Dash Cam footage shows Vasquez spinning nearly a third of the trip looking at her phone. Uber isn't criminally liable for the death, but the company to implement countermeasures to control operator Desa Gauge meant and the SUV's sensors system felt directly categorized Hertzberg or predict her path. Hey I and solar energy powered mayflower to sell for ocean exploration. Nonprofit Marine Research Corporation Rome air has partnered with IBM to launch an AI and sore powered ship the mayflower. Ship or mis we'll sell on a route similar to the original mayflower, which seldom across the Atlantic four hundred years ago. The ship will collect data from the ocean to help scientists with issues such as global warming and Marine Mammal Conservation. The on board, I will also scan the horizon for potential hazards and help make informed decisions. So could change course based on live data The MIS will have an octopus robot named Ardi who can answer.

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"epcos" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"epcos" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"It was you know taking taking the construct of gender norms and giving them the big middle finger, and that's kind of what it's about. You never accepted me and society who I am, so I'm going to be who I want to be and that's the mentality I love that. We gotta get froggy, Straight and scary and drag as. Elvis? I don't know if you know this I actually worked with Michelle in Miami for a period of time, she was on one of the other stations that we own there. In Miami, that would have been the perfect opportunity for me to start learning how to get into drag painted up frogging. Blow it. Did I could've. You question. Did you guys know when you and Rupaul were doing the morning? Show a New York. Did you know that they were hiring me to work with you? You? You never knew this, did you? Know No, no, no, no, no! I'm clarifying this. You're saying they were hiring. Yes, I know and it was a really big deal programs. We're getting really radio in here now, but our program throughout their talk to me about and I was like this for me, because when I was in the girl group production in nineteen, eighty, nine and nineteen ninety I knew back then when radio your day. Day I was just there and I had always been love you know. Radio I go to radio stations and I'd have to do the traffic in the news, and and that's kind of how I started to fall in love with radio, so Linda Program to called me and said that they were talking to Elvis. Duran was like this, is it this is it I'm set for the next twenty years. I never never happens to thank you for ruining my. It's the stories this I. We had a new program. Director comes he one hundred and I was offered illegally while under contract offered the job to work with you and ruined Katie you right? And then my program director Tom. PULLMAN Says No. You're not going anywhere. You have a contract. You're staying here in. He said we're even putting you on the morning show and see one hundred, which was awful, because even one like to number thirteenth station in the market. You guys were number one. I was about to go to the number one station number one because of what you guys. Did you and Rupaul made it number one and come over there and just kind of ride on your coat tail. Totally me over man I. Well, it wasn't because me I was. At one point I was talking to your boss compliment to maybe come over to see and that never happened to either but I feel like one of these days. Our radio PAT will combine in more than interview situation. Who knows doing what wants to radio chick? Always? The radio chick radio I lead radio for me I love it. I missed it. It's just television sticking the president's right now, and you're taking all the money and radio. Can also point. So tonight is the night where our paths are crossing at seven o'clock epcos time on the Elvis Duran show Youtube, channel. It's the Elvis Duran drag spectacular with our superstar superstar judges, including Michelle visage, and of course goggles. Mom Cynthia Germany. And of course, Adina Menzel and Titus Burgess. We saw all the the finalist woody. Think of these finalists are going to vote on tonight. I think people are GonNa be blown away I. Think People when they think local drag competitions or something from rupo strike rates. They, don't they don't think if as as it is it absolutely one hundred percent will blow them away. I don't ever want people to think that because scenes aren't on loopholes. Are Not vital and amazing and fears and talented. There are so many local queens that are unbelievable. You should always support local drag talent. If I can just put that out there, so I think people are going to be blown away by what they're gonNA. Say Tonight. We're so honored a heavy on the judge panel. Tonight Michelle you have people. Thank you so much for your time in who knows the night is young. We may end up working together again one day. You never know we play with love it. We have to seduction songs. We have to to make it right, and we have which one you WANNA use for. A request for. A heartbeat I can't listen to to make your.

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"epcos" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"epcos" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"epcos" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"epcos" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Following the events in that clip from the unsolved murders and kingpins crossover. Police directed their attention toward members of Al Capone's south side. Gang capone had a long standing rivalry with bugs Moran. He wanted full. Power of Chicago's bootlegging operations. So he had motive to get rid of the north side gang ultimately police could not definitively connect capone to the crime and the massacre remains unsolved. The use of the Thompson Submachine Gun colloquially known as the Tommy. John was common among police officers in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties due to its high rate of fire and large magazine capacity. Those traits also made it popular with nefarious gangsters. Such as pretty boy floyd John Dillinger and baby face Nelson. The Valentine's massacre inspired Congress to take action on gang violence of guns in nineteen thirty four president. Franklin Roosevelt signed the National Firearms Act which imposed a hefty two hundred dollar fine on high powered weapons such as the Tommy Gun for Marie. Suk Law and the orchestrators of the Saint Valentine's Day massacre the murders were somewhat of a business transaction. Something that needed to be done in order to obtain another goal. But what does it look like when a killers mo suggests? He enjoys the kill coming up. We discussed the modus operandi of Jack. The ripper high listeners. I am so thrilled to announce that the launch of our new podcast series supernatural with Ashley. Flowers has been an incredible success. We can't thank you enough for all of your support if you haven't had a chance to listen yet. You definitely need to head over to the supernatural with Ashley. Flowers feed and subscribe today every Wednesday. Ashley Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery were the most bidding theory isn't always the most conventional trust me. You do not want to miss out on these fantastically weird stories. We're the debts of two Brazilian men result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did for friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved? In this case each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences it's already parkas classic and I can't wait for you to check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers Freon spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the show from bombs used to assassinate governors too high powered submachine guns used to wipe out a gang. Criminals employee of variety of different weapons to carry out their murders. But what methods are used by a serial killer between eighteen eighty eight and eighteen ninety one eleven female victims murdered in the White Chapel area of London. At first police didn't realize the murders were connected but using their knowledge of the killers mo they were able to determine that at least five of the women were killed by the same person. Jack The ripper. Two murders that have been kinetically linked to Jack The ripper. Murders of Elizabeth Stride and Cato's who were slain on the same night this final clip from podcast original unexplained mysteries covers the modus operandi. Object the ripper. Jack's hatred of women whether it was tinged with classism childhood trauma or adult betrayal is undeniable. But Jack's treatment of his victims was very specific. He did not sexually assault victims instead. He killed them as quickly and quietly as possible by strangling them then he would proceed to mutilate the body. Sometimes removing sexual and reproductive organs modern analysis of Jack's various specific modus operandi lands him in the category of product killer. A product killer is less interested in the murder itself than in what he does with the body. After the kill this explains why the ripper preferred to kill his victims by strangulation saving the slashing for after they were dead for example the double event murder of both Elizabeth Stride and Kate eddoes on September thirtieth eighteen. Eighty eight makes more sense. When viewed through the Lens of product killer for Jack. The pleasure came from what he did to the body after the merger rather than the act of murder itself because he was interrupted before he was able to mutilate Elizabeth guts and remove her uterus. He immediately attacked another victim. Kate epcos now that we have a better understanding of the why behind the ripper murders. Let's consider the how for example you'll recall from part one that the second victim of the Double Event. Kate eddoes was killed in Mitre Square police records and witness statements show. That Mitre Square was being patrolled every five to ten minutes by constables. The night of the double event. But despite this hefty police presence Jack managed to lure kate to the square strangle her slash her throat open and mutilate her jack cut kate open from Groin to sternum and pulled her intestines from her body leaving them draped over her shoulder. He cut out about two feet of intestine and laid it beside her body and then he delicately removed one of her kidneys and took it with him before disappearing into the night. Jack could have performed all this with the nearest superhuman efficiency. In the ten minutes of privacy he had between police patrols or the police waited until Jack was finished to raise the alarm.

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"epcos" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"epcos" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Severed piece of the intestines was placed at her side. Her left kidney and most of her uterus had been removed and taken away. Her face was terribly disfigured. There were cuts made to the lower eyelids as well as two inverted. These carved into her cheeks under her is part of a right ear was severed and the tip of her nose have been cut clean off so the nature of this kill was much more intense than his others. There was an increase in mutilations. That's right another escalation and what could account for this Jackson? Need for a bigger and better rush. I think that's part of it but there's something else we have to address Jack's first victim that night Elizabeth stride only had her throat slit. Almost certainly because Jack was interrupted now one of the most unsettling things for a serial killer as the inability to carry out his intendant crimes. Think of it as a job he never got to finish or someone in the throes of passion never being able to reach climax. There's not only dissatisfaction but a potent maddening need for closure. I believe that's one of the main reasons he killed again that night. He needed to carry out a crime the way he intended to. Its completion. So you saying that. Because he couldn't fulfill as I mo by mutilating strides body and removing some of her organs that he had to find another absolutely think about it. Never before has jack killed more than one person on the same night. He was so desperate for that complete. Kill that. He walked to a location. Only twelve minutes away Mitre Square only forty five minutes past between his first and second kill. He was on a mission. That's exactly how I see it. And the more time the past before he could kill the more desperate and pumped up he became. This was a pretty bold choice. Though right to kill only forty five minutes apart he knew there would be cops looking for him. After strides body was found. He's becoming more of a risk taker in that sense. Yes he was driven by this animalistic need to kill the way he envisioned. He was leading logic. Slip a little this time. He was willing to put himself in possible danger. In order to capture prey and leave his signature that of course being the way in which he mutilates his victims now. The crime scene of a second victim of September thirtieth had something that I did not something authorities originally overlooked. It's important to note that Catherine eddoes body was discovered outside an apartment complex known as the Wentworth dwellings in this housing was primarily inhabited by Jewish immigrants. An officer discovered a message written on the black bricks of the building. It read the Jews are not the men who will be blamed for nothing immediately. The question became head Jack. The ripper scrawled this message after his kill which makes me wonder was this the development of his new signature. Would he be leaving messages near his victim's bodies from now on aside from that curiosity there was another matter to consider as mentioned in episode one? There was some animosity towards Jewish immigrants in the area and authorities worried that if the details of this message brought to the press and turn the public it could start riots in the streets and that was the last thing police wanted so commissioner Sir Charles Warren. When he reported to the scene made the executive decision to remove the message he ordered that it be erased. Is there anything to suggest? Jack wrote the message. Well it's probably more likely that the message had been there all along however we'll never know so by this point. Jack has killed four victims. The I was Mary Ann Nichols he simply slit her throat. The second was anti Chapman. This was the first time Jack chose to disembowel victim. He also removed some Oregon's John Peiser also known as the Leather Apron soon became the prime suspect but due to his solid alibis for the knights of both murders. He was released. No other serious suspects emerged. Jack Struck again killing his third victim. Elizabeth stride but he may have been interrupted since he only slit her throat. This possible interruption. Probably only fueled his desire to kill again his way leaving his signature of multiple. Brutal mutilations the receiver of this wrath with Catherine does the second victim of the double event and the fourth victim overall. So where does that leave us now? Well as you can imagine. All of London was real state of panic and then another monkey wrench was thrown on October. First the Central News Agency received another correspondence supposedly from Jack The ripper. This litter went down in history as the saucy Jacky Postcard apparently splattered with blood. It contained a message written in red ink. It was short and to the point. More concise than the dear boss letter. I was not calling dear old boss when I gave you the tip. You'll hear about Saucy Jackie's work tomorrow double event this time number one squealed a bit. Couldn't finish straight off. Had not the time to get ears for police. Thanks for keeping last letter back till I got to work again. It's believed Jack was referring to the double murder and that he may have written it within hours of completing the deed his way of alerting the police to to crimes he had just committed. Does this seem plausible? Vanessa does if we conclude that the first correspondence the dear boss letter was written by Jack. The handwriting has been deemed very similar and the knowledge of the details of the crimes also seems to point to its credibility also by this point. Jack is established a game with police in the press and he's milking it for all. It's worth continuing the narrative. He established on his terms. Will this combined with the manner? In which Catherine Meadows had been killed and basically dissected authorities? Were starting to get serious about possible suspects. They not only interviewed a myriad of doctors but also sought out several butchers in the area. It was time to leave no stone unturned but sadly authorities were up against a man who seem to continually disappear as if he never existed in the first place. One reported put it this way. The criminal withdraws himself from all is securely as though he possesses the charm which couldn't make him invisible at will his physical body may have been elusive but there was an undeniable presence in the media in the social milieu in every nook and cranny of east end and every time it seemed there was a calm after the storm. Another storm was brewing with a vengeance. An indicator of that very storm arrived on October sixteenth. Eighteen eighty eight in the form of a small package addressed to George. Lusk president of the White Chapel vigilence committee for you sir. Another I've been flooded by the post for days. Would you like some help opening anything? Maybe tomorrow can go ahead and it over run home now slate. Thank you sir. Oh what's inside? Was half a kidney and a postcard written in red ink from Hell Mr Lusk Sir. I sent you half the kidney. I took from one woman and preserved for you the other piece I fried and ate it was very nice. I may send you the bloody knife that took it out. If you only wait awhile longer. Signed catch me when you can Mr Lusk. Several medical experts examined the kidney. It's human that's a fact and in my opinion quite the ginnie strong traces of alcohol. Mrs Catherine eddoes is remaining. Kidney had the same traces. You've been misinformed. I think not this. Kidney here is fairly healthy. I do not believe the kidney sent to Mr. Lusk could have belonged to the victim. I'm sorry doctor but I can't rule out the possibility so did the kidney belong to epcos. There is no definitive answer on that. And what about the letter? Could it been from Jack? Many historians believe so yes. The handwriting was studied and shared several similarities to the handwriting. In the dear boss letter so the two letters were probably sent by the same person. And if we stick with our theory that Jack wrote the dear boss letter and the saucy Jacky Postcard and we factor in the similar handwriting. We would have to infer that. He was responsible for this morbid package as well could a journalist or the head of a newsagency so twisted as defined a human kidney cut in half and send it to George Lusk. That seems way too crazy for me. I agree the sending a letter written in reading. I can believe but a newspaper reported going through all that trouble at how would even procure part of a human kidney. It seems the way out of left field. I definitely think this package was the work of Jack The ripper. Maybe he wrote the dear boss letter. Maybe he didn't but I do think he did. Send this what well since. The handwriting is almost identical. I'd venture to say Jackson both the letter and the kidney package sending human body parts in the mail is this typical of a serial killer not typical. But it does happen. Most serial killers actually like to keep a low profile. Practically speaking is because they want to be able to keep on killing the less attention they draw to themselves the more anonymous they remain and the more freedom and Security. They have to carry out their crimes. We actually covered an unsolved murder case about the monster of Florence who killed several couples from nineteen seventy four to nineteen eighty five in the hills of Tuscany. Italy this killer like Jack would mutilate the female victims focusing on their genitalia. At one point the monster of Florence sent a letter to the case prosecutor. A woman by the name of Silvia Della Monica. When she opened the letter she found a woman severed nipple inside a serial killer sending body parts to his or her. Pursuers is much like flashing a trophy in front of a competitor. But I think it's also used to incite fear it's the killers desire to get a reaction basically to cause more havoc something else that separates the serial killer from everyone else because they are desensitized to violence and murder. They can attack their enemies psychological and emotional vulnerabilities knowing that something that doesn't phase them. We'll have quite a terrible impact on their pursuers who exhibit emotions such as discussed for murder and morbid emblems such as body parts from the deceased. So this is what it's come to a taunting message half a human organ wrapped up and mailed to the man spearheading the Anti Campaign. It was a nightmare. Come true a nightmare that was about to take an even darker turn..

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"epcos" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Gilbert God greatness Gilbert Godfrey to me seem colossal podcast. I'm he would go host Frank Santo Padre and a return guess. Yes yes the Great Rupert Holmes. That's is in our restaurants. Mr Mr Mr Group is he's GonNa be our special trivia our call in Trivia. We've never done this river. We did a call in show where we just took calls people telling us how wonderful we were but we never did trivia before we get to the show maiden voyage. I knew I knew the plot. thickens not only was Cesar Romero having orange wedges. Here's flung at his as Cesar Romero Fuck Tis yarn that not not substantiated not confirm. I I heard when Cesar Romero came Dejean next to it scream Cesar. You've got some brightening. The property came already got Cesar Romero Cave Romero Merrill played the mad magician in Charlie Chan on treasure island in nineteen thirty nine. You are spooky selling that's good that sell any fuck Chelsea it all and it was a threesome with Fernando Lamas. This is the this is the kind of goodies you can look forward to listeners on on the maiden. Voyage is the first ever call in Trivia show so we're going to get right to it. We brought Rupert in as our guest Trivia to make Gilbert and I look good you no. No you gotta remember. I'm a twentieth century Trivia expert. You know what I'm saying around nineteen ninety. I stopped having any interest so we'll see what how can so the questions about Sandra Bernhard. No EARNHARDT got senator permanent here we go. We're going to start Frankie. What are we got? We have the first caller from the amazing area code three one four Darah Darah three one four area codes. She stopped. I'm going with Sheboygan. Let's have a Lacaille. How can don't mention who's on the line? Hey who's this this is Andrew Leposava from Saint Louis Andrew. We know you from facebook yeah. I'm very active on listeners society. That's probably where you know me from. You are the first caller you're the sacrificial lamb tonight. Say Hi to our power homes either Andrew good good to meet you you Andrew. Did you call this last time when we did the dial in show all I tried like over a hundred times bless your heart. You've scored this time yeah. I'm glad you hit paydirt so so try to. Let's let's see if you can stump the the two geniuses sitting here with me and I will try to hold my own okay okay so in nineteen ninety eight. Frank Sinatra died of a heart attack at Cedars Sinai when he died who was the celebrity who was recovering from angioplasty requested in the next room going dark working. I know is all I know. Is that weird. I it is a weird call. You know I love a good angioplasty but why we invited. Here's here's here's what I can tell you a I think there was a big controversy because Barbara marks his he was married to Zepos. ZAPORAZAC suicide heart knows epcos it. was I suppose I I always wondered if there's like a cadre in show business of like Zippo says she's. She's really good frank. We have guests yes on this. I don't getting an angioplasty Margaret Dumont half nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight angioplasties at this person did this person survived the angioplasty and he's still alive today and doing very well guy wow yeah I have no singer no bigger tourney Lopez which I was GonNa Guess Active Andrew were absolutely stumped rupert. You WanNa take a guess Bert Lahr Dan Barker. It really hurts. Dana Carvey Tena Car. That's a brilliant question. See Z. Word. We're just automatically picturing someone in that same age range walk all the way one with Dana carvey wound up suing the hospital because they operated on the wrong part of his harder something like that yeah Cassisi Shit Day. They operated on the wrong file Venice Heart Andrew your cardiologist no not quite quite work in a hospital. Do How did you stumble across this piece of information. I heard it I heard it somewhere. It might have been an article like one of those ten facts about Dana carvey kind of things. I stumbled across that Dan like this. This is excellent question Yeah Andrew. We're impressed. Thank you good when we don't answer all the easy questions then taking some guy else eighty victim mon who was getting a spinal fusion on the third floor congratulations. Thank you Andrew Drooping Question Talk to you buddy. We'll see on social all right. Thanks thank you thank you. This is the kind of thing you can look forward to tonight. I haven't had fun like this. Then never ever all right. We're off to a rollicking start. WHO's next Frankie this caller from the great state of wherever five five three zero is Sarah five zero? Hello calling from Anderson California California Hello Ray I know you to from from facebook. How are you I'm good? How are you good say hi? Hi There Hello Kilburn Rupert. This one is for Gilbert okay. What was the first horror movie in which Lon Chaney was the leading man senior or junior junior? I'm sorry ooh. It's got to be a tray careful Gilbert. I Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah yeah well. There was that one oh oh fuck the one he did one that was right after of mice and men but the industry not the that's. That's the fifties this source was it like man made monster ripper you ever guests on this. No obviously obviously was supposed to say it's the Wolfman Wolfman light was mad doctrine it no no ooh there's a whole bunch of mad doctor ones aren't there. There's a cluster of the mad ghoul oh well. We're we're fairly early secured Zuko in his element. We're we're over to ray. Andrew stumped us before you and now we're going to throw ourselves at your mercy. What are you got? 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"epcos" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

Warriors Off-Court

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on Warriors Off-Court

"There's a reason why dynasties are rare and there's a reason why they don't last very long, especially in the modern era where you have 'til so media and you have all this stuff, Wayne on teams, you can make the argument that the warriors are really the first dynasty of the social media era, because the last one that lasts last team that was really close was the, the Spurs. And then, before that, that really two thousands Lakers in for either of those teams, so Twitter and Instagram weren't really things. So I think that's been maybe the biggest issue the warriors had to navigate this season was just all the speculation the relentless chatter about Durant's free agency and these guys are on their phones. They're on social media everyday. They can't tune it out. And I think that, that over time really wore on them as a group in the fact that on the social media spectrum. They have at least a couple of the highest performing guys, you got Kevin Durant who pays attention everything reads, everything he's on every kind of media, you could get. And he's very sensitive and you had dream on his always kind of on that thing. He had months, mom. And so this is not a team that quite Leonard probably doesn't even know what Twitter is. I don't know. But these guys are just so hyper sensitive to that stuff, his last tweet was in twenty fifteen and it was a San Diego State as ticks go as Tex. I think that's right. I think you hit a good point. They're talking about again and added pressure that, that is social media, and it's easy to say. Hey, blocked that stuff out. You guys are you guys are so good at, at compartmentalizing things and getting down to business. It's easy to say that they could be able to block it out. But, but they can't they have they have got us leader in right? It doesn't help that a lot of the speculation chatter was about someone who I don't think physically can get off social media, and he, he made things worse a lot of times this season where when there was a lot of talk about him. He would handle it in, in the worst possible way when there was all that chatter about his free agency back in February, he dipped up from media for nine hundred days. And so that became all huge narrative of the silent superstars not talking to media. And then when he comes back after nine days. When he comes back after nine days, he calls out a media member publicly and makes it an even bigger deal than otherwise would be. And so the fascinating thing about Durant is when he doesn't want something to be talked about anymore. He often feels the narrative he makes it worse and it happened several times this season. So it was a fascinating year. And it really does feel did it really felt like tonight. And a lot of ways that this was the end of, of whatever you wanna call it the dynasty that run era. Because for one they do have nine for agents this summer. Two of them are named Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson, and, oh, by the way, as we looted to earlier, both those guys might miss all of next season with injuries. So the warriors are facing a fascinating next few weeks because they have to figure out what do you do with two? Max level Calver players Larkin a play next season, potentially. I mean, do you keep them on the books on max deals, if they're willing to come back and just kind of wait around for them to come back knowing that, you have to hodgepodge the roster with minimum contracts? I mean they, they might they're not going to be very good next year. If that's the avenue, they go or did they let those guys walk and just start over. I mean everything's different guarantee that they're not letting Klay Thompson walk. There's no chance in a million years after the way not only he's performed. But the way he he clay Claes, one of those guys he's going to have a statue with the chase center Durant, a whole different story in and he his choice, right? ESE option. So if he wants to rehab here for thirty one point five million dollars that the warriors have to honor that, and, and he very well could decide to do that. But yeah, it's going to be a really different team. It could be not a very good team given what we've learned in really just like last ninety minutes. You know, I would have said that they would be a competitive team, maybe not a champion caliber team going into next year, but they'd be competitive but without clay. Yeah, I, I don't think so. But that's a whole different thing. And, you know, I mean, I gotta say there's going to be, I'm a big believer in sports karma. And there's going to be a lot of people saying this is the karma of leaving Oakland and going to the chase center. We'll see how many light years ahead. The warriors are next year. I almost feel sorry for Joel. He's gonna open up a new arena, next season and the seats are very expensive. And I know most of them are sold already. But. If he has the team, we're kind of talking about they'll be scuffling for a playoff spot. Maybe he's gotta fill up a big arena, every night, and at it might be tough right? But the Hughes, here's the thing with how the salary cap works. And the CBA is assuming they bring Klay back and I agree with that. I think they will bring Klay back, even if Durant leaves they're going to be capped out. So they they're not going to have money to replace Durant, and in clay's not playing so they're not. Going to be very good next year. I mean it's going to be Steph in a bunch of other guys Steph and dream on a bunch of other guys. I mean, the question is given those all those circumstances. Maybe that ups the chances of the warriors trading dream on and trying to get value back for him because he's, he's already a year out from what he hopes will be a max contract. And as we've talked about four, we don't know if the warriors agree with him that he's a max guy. So it's gonna be fascinating. I think I mean, we're, we're talking literally minutes after we found this all out. So I haven't had a chance to actually dig into the numbers in and think about all the ramifications here, but. Everything that we've talked about, for the past eight months, the free agency, the speculation and I'll just went out the window, and like three days. It's insane. But the thing about dream on, we're looking at the box score. He had a triple double the night, and this is the heart and souls, we I know he's getting older and all that stuff. But can you. Can you imagine? And as I think finding a severe heart. So, but it I forgot what I was gonna say. But I, I know one thing you better get back to the G league and find that that guy, where's that guy from Latvia or something like that? You do the story on Connor area. I get the Serbian eight might be the starting center next year. Well does kind of weirdly, make the draft more interesting which is in a few days because they might need those guys to play, whoever they drafted twenty eight might actually matter. They don't wanna get another Jacob Evans situation. They want someone that can actually play and who knows maybe Jacob Evans will play next season. I mean that's kind of what they're potentially looking at. It's, it's crazy. And it makes the whole free agency that much more interesting because suddenly all those ancillary pieces, like the Jordan bells. The Jones for Epcos Alphonso mckinney's the Quin cooks all those guys were also free agents matter, because either you bring him back or you replace them with someone in whoever fills that spot is probably need to play. So it's already knew this, this summer was going to be crazy. But the last couple of days have made them even crazier. It was funny when when you talked about how. Dramatic and what a grind this season was and I thought in my head. Oh man. Just just wait until July. You're, you're about to really have has some drama in some grind, but it's going to be, it's going to be returned to Steph curry in the screen senators. Right. I love that has come up with that. And then I think Osler do that in not mine. That's and we just saw in this entire series win. It is just Steph curry in the screen centers a good defensive coach. Like Nick nurse will triple team Steph curry, right? And then and then, even as talented and specialist. He is he's not an MVP at that point. So, and that's what the warriors are looking at right now, look at the defense, they debt, the raptors it on curry in this series tree. You know, I don't have this, the Siri stats, but Steph had a bad series in terms of threes and didn't have a great series over. I had a couple of fantastic games in the really great player, obviously. But but clay out shot him like crazy. From three Klay was hot from three hundred. Steph couldn't didn't give any room they tripled team. Double chained him. They bombed them the crashed him. They held him. They had no windows shots. He did. Make were crazy the difficulty was crazy. But yeah, if you could see that project. That's next year teams doing because other teams watch this finals. I think they got video and saying, okay, what did they do? Now. He's gonna face the same thing next year with, with basically a lot of times no help. Yeah. No. I mean that's the first thing I would do if I was an NBA coaches, I would just go study the phone for the last quarter, plus from tonight and do that. Exact same defense on staff because. Basov everything we're talking about it might be that same lineup out for most of next season which is unbelievably daunting for Steph, who we know, has a history of ankle issues and can get injured. And he does have relatively slight frame when it comes to NBA builds. And if he has to shoulder that type of load all season that type of defense all season, you can't expect them to be at his best compla- offs. Even if you know, clay or hypothetically Durant come back compla- time you might be cast in on on curry at that point. I mean, there's this is not this is a scary future that we're looking at with the warriors. I mean it in it's gotten so much worse in the past couple of days, maybe that maybe the warriors will just pull off the San Antonio Spurs thing. I mean that's one of the reasons why they were able to maintain a dynasty for so long is that they had one year where David Robinson was hurt. And they said, well, then we're not gonna. Klay. Anybody we're not gonna be good retain, and then I get Tim Duncan and like in the dynasty continued. The warriors have to consider something like that. Do do you try to be an eight seed? And you know, you can't win the championship is that worth it to you. You're talking about the warriors going into chase center as your tanking. That'll go really well Jacob, I just paid eight hundred thousand dollars for in these guys are taking a great. I mean, the fact that you just mentioned the words eight seed with the warriors, and you weren't joking. Blows my mind. It's, it's insane. Was this, a worst case scenario finals for the warriors absolutely the best case in retrospect, and all of ninety minutes now, or whatever it is two hours is they should not have one game to that way, they could have gotten swept, and they would have Kevin Durant, and Klay Thompson, healthy, and they would still have the same outcome, which is which is losing, you know, I mean, it would have been a bummer, and there wouldn't have been this night, oracle. But I don't know that, that squeaking out a game six and even a game five is the price you paid in these two games is is, is unbelievable. And like we are talking about is going to have repercussions not just next year, but for years and years to come. So I really, you know, the more we talk about it, it already felt like the end tonight, just because it was the end of oracle. And it just really felt like kind of a closing moment of something..

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"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

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"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

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"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on WTVN

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"epcos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With stage four pancreatic cancer. He made that announcement today gonna fight this, and I'm going to keep working and with the love and support of my family and friends and with the help of your prayers. Also, I plan to beat the low survival rates statistics for this disease. Even made light of the situation saying he needs to beat it. Because his contract requires him to host the game show for another three years. Travek? It's hosted jeopardy since nineteen Eighty-four every FCC voted three to two to repeal rules dealing with net neutrality back in two thousand seventeen tonight. We're seeing new push by Democrats to bring it back. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says it's been a grassroots Epcos average folks understand that they do not want their costs of using the internet to go up. Congressional Democrats have unveiled what they're calling these save the internet act to restore those rules. Several Republicans have expressed support for a form of. Net neutrality legislation. But the texts of this Bill isn't actually out yet. And we lose an hour of sleep this weekend as we head back to daylight savings time, we told you about that yesterday on Orlando's evening news. And many of you asked us what happened to Florida wanting to stay on permanently? Let's take you remember last year when the Florida legislature passed a Bill which governor Rick Scott signed the thing is nothing happened because congress needs to approve Senator Marco Rubio filed the Bill last year to keep us on daylight saving time. But it never made it to a vote his new Bill this year, the sunshine Protection Act of two thousand nineteen would keep the entire country on it for good. Here's what some of you say problem is the Democrats are blocking because jobs in office. Marco Rubio should go for eight o'clock, seven o'clock should be the sun's going down. That's the way it should be a, Gene Wexler. Join in using the open mic feature in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. So there we go Tony doesn't seem like either. These bills are going to really pick up any steam. But Nevertheless, I guess our local reps are trying at least seems like a lot of people want to get rid of it. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, you you, you would never know if you don't try, right? Well, the thing later, I mean, you know, we'll there's other places that habit. But the question that I have is so safe Florida accepts this majority of the people pass it what happens if you're on the border with Georgia or the rest of the east coast. Like, are we kind on our own planet wants it shifts? You know? Oh, no. I cannot answer that question. I suppose. Yeah. Yes. What you know? Like you used to live in Jacksonville. Right. So you you drive over the border to Georgia. And you know, it's you're an hour behind convenient. That's all I'm saying. Yeah. I seems inconvenient to go back and forth. So every year to so, right? That's why we gotta pass the Rubio Bill and have the whole country. Just do the whole country. Right. All right. Six thirty five..

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"epcos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:18 min | 2 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Triad. Good morning. Thirty six glad to have you happy Tuesday and welcome in touch knit hostess Schnitt show as we normally do. And in addition to obviously, the largest of all breaking news. The cabinet were dominations going on right now there were a few of the things that happened over the weekend. The weekend kicked off though with essentially. And here's a little montage of at me having to listen to CNN say impeachment two hundred times offense for which the house of representatives moved to impeach Richard Nixon in the past been impeachable exact way that Nixon was it's one of the things that drove Richard Nixon. All right. I gotta stop that slipped. A little view in there, of course, in reference to the BuzzFeed article, the reporter, not with the best track record there, and a very very odd happening in the sense that you had the folks with Muller investigation, actually, come out and go not so much. So that's how it started. What say you touch net. What a mess. You know? I I don't know if you heard my show on Friday, but right out of the box. I came up swinging. And I I was saying, hey, guys a lot of problems with his BuzzFeed peace and early on. I had seen the details before a lot of track. I've seen the details and a Columbia journalism review article that was written in two thousand six about this Jason Leopold, one of the byline names on the story. And this this guy. Had such problems. I can go down the list here. You know, regard the credibility of this. This Jason Leopold. This guy said a bunch of problems in two thousand two he was a freelance reporter, and he flat out made up stuff for a salon dot com article and the ultimately had to admit that he got stuff completely wrong is something he wrote for the Dow Jones publishing operation, then a publisher cancelled is on memoir because of concerns over accuracy of quotations. In two thousand six the the the the war. The co authors of this this original BuzzFeed piece, going back to two thousand six now folks, this is twenty nine teams thirteen years ago. Two thousand six. He got a what seemed to be a humongous scoop while writing for truth out dot org. And that's what he reported that Karl rove poll President Bush chief staff that was about to be indicted in the whole Valerie plame CIA leak case. And of course, indictment never came. Call rogue soon moved over to Fox News with his, you know, little white doubt. Yeah. Making a fortune. You know is one of those, you know, the people realize this, but a lot of the big name contributors that appear on CNN or FOX or some of those guys are making, you know, seven figures a year. Oh, yeah. You can hold over people from break is you, and I know from doing this. That's a that's a big deal. And if you're a name that gets that done on a regular basis like Karl rove is you are invaluable to FOX. So. Yeah. The these guy he and his co author couldn't even get on the same page about sourcing for the story when they were doing media interviews in the twenty four hour surrounding it. So. I mean, just an absolute mess, and again, the the drive the the the attempt and you just played the impeachment montage, but the desire is the proper word this to be true from the networks CNN MSNBC impeachment talk, this that I. The bottom line with that story. It wouldn't even meet the journalism standards of those networks, but they win and ran with it. And then another huge problem with the whole BuzzFeed story was something Casey that big reported by a news outlet if that had been let's say the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal by within hours the networks would have said. Independently confirm this story one hundred percent, right. And this story came out. It was put on their website just after ten pm on Thursday night and all day Friday. None of that. There was no talk of independently confirming that story, and that was another massive red flight, and it should have been for all of the bosses and editors Epcos networks then fast forward to Saturday. We have a four o'clock address by the president some of the stuff we've heard the five plus billion for the border wall. In this case, it was an extension of three years for dreamers and TPS recipients, the the temporary I put in quotes, by the way protected status that some have from countries that suffered natural disasters and a few other things we hadn't heard like setting up an independent port of entry so to speak in the home country, so people could claim asylum. They're expanding the court. That are used for immigration and asylum reviews. There was a little more meat to what Trump was offering. But before he ever spoke Schumer and Pelosi said dead on arrival did that move the needle at all. I don't. I would them obviously, not there is talk of the shutdown continuing for quite some time. Or are you hearing, you know, the skiers talk that's starting to float about how the air traffic system, and the trolley system could come to an absolute screeching halt in the next couple of weeks. Yeah, I believe there are ten percent. Call out now. Yeah. It's almost as if nationalizing that organization was a bad idea. Listen, I'm not fans, I'm not a fan of of government shutdowns. I I really don't. I don't like them. I have said this on my show. I'll say it again that Trump and the Republicans will ultimately it's already it's already brewing. But. Problem perception on this is that it's gonna fall in Trump's lap and Republicans laps. And ultimately, if this thing gets even worse, it will fall into the laps of Republicans and Trump to the extent that they're going to get most of the blame. Yeah. I do him. That's what the polls should show now. And you know, how much we trust poles. But it's pretty consistent across the board. Even on what why would are your Trump positive polling? Places. And then finally we had a group of maga- clad use reenact wounded knee. Or not at all. And simply stand there and get a drumbeat in their face and an insane flex on that story as Casey, it's it's another example. So you had, you know, the BuzzFeed story on Trump, and the the the story that he told, you know, Rudy Giuliani, the light of congress, blah, blah, blah and Trump Tower Moscow deal, blah, all we all of those stories, you know, those stories Friday and Saturday, I mean, look at what happened you had unverified or you had stories that took root and became the inertia from those vehicles Friday with BuzzFeed, the Saturday story with the maga-, you feel the the kids from the Catholic school in Covington Kentucky, again, you know, the stories were run with and the facts were not a hundred percent there. Well, the fact is the students are that school has canceled classes today. It is wonder why right. Yeah. Well, you were hearing about threats. We're hearing about what Sandman the kid who's become the face of the story. He's claiming he's getting threats as as another mess. It's not just that they're going so far as to docks schools that have accepted these kids. These kids have made plans for the future and they're going through and figuring out. What they are. There. Minding their social media were they posted something like, hey, I got into, you know, insert whatever the school is. And they're very excited. And now they're dragging out videos and pictures of students from twenty twelve that are not these students. Yup. My question is do you think that it was enough of a problem that? Some in the media are having to come to Jesus. Or is it just temporary? We're in a bizarre times again, Casey I've been saying for a long time. We are in uncharted waters. I don't I don't know. I don't know if we can predict what's going to happen on any given day with the finality in any given story and health things take on a life of its own. I can't tell you that. I'm just I'm very concerned I've been very concerned and the polarization house split we've become and everyone looking for the Gotcha angle. It's it's dangerous. Well, and then lastly, can we disagree that Rudy Giuliani? Should just go live on a beach somewhere. You know, I've said this for months and months, I mean, this this goes back to will before the midterm elections. And I've been very clear about this. Remember just before the midterms remember Rudy disappeared for a couple of months. Yeah. He did. He was really nowhere to be found that I got to believe that was by design. Trump was I really liked Rudy Giuliani. The mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani the nine eleven and post nine eleven Rudy Giuliani. But something has happened to the guy and just get him off TV. Just stop him from talking President Trump. He's not helping. Yeah. Well, that's that's Andrew statement of the year. Right. And it's only January so Todd preciado listen to the Schnitt show coming up later today. I'm sure there will be a massive amount of more information on thing Covington, and we'll here with you. Okay. Thank you, buddy. You have a great day. Yeah. You to go. Todd Schnitt, hosted the Schnitt show and.

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"epcos" Discussed on D-Tales

D-Tales

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on D-Tales

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"epcos" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"Are at. So if you're feeder at the dining table with your family, You should be at the dining table with your family, right? You're my advice. Family ought not. Uh, I saw that If my feeder at my desk do desk things. Um, you know, if I am I doing something this were elated, do the work late thing. I'm doing something that's that's different. That thing. Yeah, It sounds like you're really good thing. He about being grounded And I love this concept of no new input. Because while we used to have a lot more of that time, I mean driving might have been listening to the radio, But we wouldn't be listen to podcasts And who wouldn't be content. If we were like waiting for the bus, we would just be standing. There are may be reading a book. Like Now I feel like wherever we are were constantly like gather new information. Um, I'm not having enough time to really let it all process two times a year. You're just like giving your brain the space to take everything that's been given to you. And have you had like big moments, Ah-ha from being away, or is a bit more of a quiet like revolution inside of you feeling a piece about life? Yes, of both of those things are trigger. The biggest aren't yet for me. Is there a peace? Right? It is a a great praise on gunning while su who wrote the data chain that many people are aware of the second clock. And in the second book, He has phrase, it says, If you think the is agitated, glad and look at the night sky. And I love that because every time I get caught up in my stuff for somebody else stuff, I can just remember that the night sky as not so agitated in this, uh, relievers isn't working. Um, so that's really important to me. I think the, uh, the aha moment come from your Epcos as Arkan meeting all much, Right? Who's Archimedes had his big aha moment in the bathtub where he was sorting out the ball, you displaced that problems a hand. So I don't expect any of, you know, run down the streets, yelling Eureka, But we have to give ourselves time Depending GIF Uh, if we have those kinds of loans. That's great. Is there a habit that you're particularly struggling to adapt our options, your life? Oh yes. It's, you know, as overdoing I have, uh, I I have to sort out continually how to make the best use of my time on a travelling meant. So I I try things I deeply held that go were worked were did work. Uh, in, you know, had he had he makes sure your energy since it needs to be in order to the kind of work that I'm committed to doing. Uh, which for me takes a lot of energy. Um, so it's uh, it's energy management. Yeah. Some of the travel which It's nice. We have these opportunities for virtual connection button. Um, the in person is so important. Sounds like it for your work in particular. You found it really helpful. And so the Yes, the energy and effort, it takes the physically change locations all the time and do enter the self care. Um, while you're doing it, This is definitely very important. I wanted to actually this which gives a little bit should give out. Um, you have is the podcast, those about networking as he mentions. And you have developed amazing networks in your lifetime of some of which you lost a connection with men started to rekindle some you've been nurturing the last ten or so years. What, what is your practice around that? Like, how do you nurture narrative looser or weaker connections that you have? And so I had to learn that doing things like networking West is much part of my business asked Aamer clients. And I think that's that's a big aha for many people are at our ambitions says that the biz The business of the business is not just the mission of the business and say, You have to spend time on the business with business. And that includes, um, networking arm I, as I said earlier, didn't pay a lot of attention to that. In the early days, The business and. I now gotten I'm quite introverted, just Nina permit, but I do process internally and when I go to a party I spend time with three or four people never really deep connecting conversations. You know, it's not saying Haida 100 my best friends walking onto business cards. And I think it's great that there people to do that I need those people high life is just not lie L. Um, and so the from me the whole warning about networking. So important Enda to honor the way that I do it rather than try to make myself do something else. Not showing up at, uh, at these big networking events in and just really not having, uh, useful conversations. I didn't feel good one left. Uh, in it wasn't it wasn't useful for our business. Or for anybody else for that matter. And so a learning earning my own style and figuring out for myself, How do I network in a way that's deep connecting? Uh, in I I over time with a lot of trial and error, much like how Hitler D leaders have figured at weight it works for me. And that is really, uh, she were deeper conversations with people, uh, making myself available when I travelled so that I can see people that I I walk to see. Uh, always make sure that are making up to new people among just getting stuck in my my right of a people I've known for a long time. Uh, my newsletter, my podcast, my book, uh, being interviewed on podcasts such as these are always Hamida to reach out and get minutes each

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"epcos" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"epcos" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Western conference in five may sound like a small number but five games is a huge number of games to try to recover that's a lot of ground to make up for the come down to had that they're gonna have to win their head that have matchups with those teams in the six seventy nine spots and i took a quick look armed they still have three games left with portland floods good because if they could win all three of those games that would be fantastic if they can win two of them it would be helpful but maybe not enough thirty dunlop denver the variably denver four times split with empty to choose so unfortunately no games left with them to try to kano may ground there two games left with new orleans in there may be a little fortunate that two of those games come up host the cousins injury in one game left with the clippers um the tune whitest the culprits um so they're going to win almost all of those games to have probably in shot pointdifferential minus zero point eight on that really minus zero point nine on offense or 20th on defense search wealth or better than a 12th defense when rudy gobert displaying i did not build look at kind of what their defence reading is in gains that delares play them by going to streaming deputies them our own five six on off their offense a seven point one points better what burkes on horde amid enjoying burke season the offense plus six point eight better wgr epcos on the court drip coup is a nice player to have on your roster when you talk about the best passing big mentally has named never comes up but when i watched this week i really dwells appreciation for how good of a passer he is also in a pretty good shooter heard a guy that positions well and he's not the most physical defender but he is a very proactive defender and so that helps the defense so far is nine point seven points worse winter johnson's on the court so maybe the saudi he'd surprising maybe thumb i have a little bit to do with conditioning joe is certainly points berries really slow down but if he's playing next two guys that can fit in kinda coverup rhythms deficiencies that think that number might villain they're better direction and the defense and not surprisingly four point eight point.

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