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Sexual assault bill package approved, now on Murphy's desk
"Package of bills revamping how New Jersey law enforcement agencies handles sexual assault allegations has been unanimously approved by the Senate assembly. Now I'm Governor Murphy's desk awaiting his actions. Many backers of the Bills credited to help of Katie Brendan, the chief of staff of state housing and mortgage finance agency, who went public with the trouble she experienced in the investigation of a sexual assault she had reported as a volunteer on film Murphy's 2017 gubernatorial campaign when I came forward with that Wall Street Journal article It was about this. It was about all the process reforms and prosecutorial reforms. Brennan says that given what she went through as a person of the men's privilege, it must be worse for others
Deaths Of Mother, Child Found In New Jersey Pond Ruled Accidental
"Investigators are providing an update this morning on the tragic death of a mother and her son at a Morris County park last week, The Morris County Medical Examiner is ruling the deaths of 35 year Old War decided and her 11 year old son whose ear on men to be accidental. Last Tuesday, someone in Bouton's grace Lord Park heard a small child calling for their mother near the upper pawn section. When police arrived, they noticed footprints in the snow leading to the river bank, where they found Sayed and her son in the water. A six year old boy. Who was not physically injured was later confirmed to be the woman son. Funeral services for Sayed and her son were held on
Microsoft announces passwordless authentication in Azure
"Microsoft announced his end to end encryption support for teams plus password list loggins microsoft announced that it is adding end to end encryption support to microsoft teams later this year at its ignite conference yesterday. It stated that preview of end to end encryption teams will be available in the first half of this year for commercial customers it will be available for one to one unscheduled teams calls and is designed for more sensitive conversations. This is something that its main competitor. Slack does not currently have microsoft also announced that it is making password list lugging a standard feature for as your active directory. A cloud based service customers can use to handle their employees logging chores. Us unprepared for a competition with china. Commission finds a comprehensive report released this week by the national security commission on artificial intelligence states that white house leadership and a substantial investment will both be needed to ensure us superiority in artificial intelligence by twenty twenty five commission. Chair and former. Google chief executive eric schmidt said he believes china is catching the. Us up on a initiatives proposed by the commission include the creation of technology competitive council within the white house to be chaired by the vice president. A steering committee on emerging technology within the defense department to coordinate an advance implementation of technology and d creation of an accredited degree granting digital services academy to help build a pipeline of civil service tech tyrant. Tom cruise deepfake videos rattled security. Experts three mysterious deepfake videos of tom cruise. That have gone. viral on. Tiktok are the handiwork of chris. Ume a video visual effects specialist from belgium. The videos have drawn attention from experts and non experts alike for being among the most convincing. Examples of the genre of fake videos yet produced deepfakes created using artificial intelligence that uses a technique to train to neural networks in tandem to either create or identify facial imagery while some technologists security experts. Fear deepfakes will become a potent weapon for political disinformation. Chris downplays such concerns saying quote consumers. Just need to become more skeptical of what they see and quote carmen. Ransomware makes it easy and cheap to launch attacks. A new ransomware. Do it yourself. Kit called carmen k. A. r. m. e. n. Is making it easy. For one of these cybercriminals to launch ransomware attacks packaged with small loader and also small in size it can detect if it is operating in a sandbox environments and can automatically delete portions of its code to prevent security researchers from analyzing it carmen scrambled files with eighty s. Two fifty six bit encryption and operates with minimal connections to its command and control server as a ransomware as a service product. Carmen automates many processes including payment processing so users can concentrate on distributing the rent somewhere at one hundred and seventy five dollars. Carmen lowers the barrier to entry to the ransomware market.
Abbott Ends Texas Mask Mandate, Says Businesses Can Fully Reopen
"Covered restrictions are being lifted in Texas governor Abbott says. As of next Wednesday, all businesses can open at 100% capacity also I am ending the statewide mask mandate. The governor made clear that Texas is in a much different position now than it was nearly a year ago when restrictions started, Texans have mastered The daily habits to avoid getting covered. Governor. Abbott also credits the decision to reopen the state to a continued supply of vaccine and downward trends related The cove in cases and hospitalizations. Clayton Nevil, WB AP
Zoom rides pandemic to another quarter of explosive growth
"We're going to begin with. I'll call this. I'll call the stock. The star of two thousand twenty zoomed video fourth quarter revenue was three hundred seventy percent higher than a year ago. And i suppose that next quarter is when the tough comps for zoom video will really start to kick in. But you know jim you look at the gross margins. I m video. They're going in the right directions and The stock was up ten eleven percent. Pre-market it's settled down from that but This is a great quarter. It's a great quarter in my notes. Here chris i not to be uncouth about it but i did say you know wrote basically down is there a bigger pandemic success story than zoom video in terms of markets. You know just taking taking an opportunity. And running with it i also love this little minor little factoid. But i love immensely on the conference call. Ceo eric one lead off the conference call by saying i am not a cat here. And that's a reference to the the lawyer with the unfortunate catch filter on him. So i thought that was pretty great. Yeah the quarter. What can you say q four revenues up like you said about three hundred. Seventy percent full year was up about three hundred. Twenty six percent to two point six five billion. They beat whatever expectations you want to assume the street which whatever they they are making a lot of cash they made a boat three hundred and seventy eight million of free cash flow cash. after all. You pay all your bills and all your cap backs the full year they were about one point. Four billion that's only twelvefold from the year before There's about four point two five four point. Three billion of cash on the balance sheet debt. Free balance sheet now. Two billion about is from capital raising in the quarter. The number of customers they added with more than ten employees was up. I think about four hundred and sixty five thousand four hundred fifty seven thousand for the quarter. That's nearly fivefold. There's more than sixteen hundred and forty customers contributing over one hundred thousand dollars per year in annual revenue. That's up about one hundred fifty percent the the dollar expansion rate for customers with more than ten employees. That's kind of the sweet spot. They're not interested in me individually talking to family over zoom but they're interested in institutions with more than ten employees. That's up more than one hundred thirty percent for the eleventh straight quarter so people who come onto zooms offerings come to zooms offerings. Stay and buy more. That's tremendously positive. All of this looks
Ex-Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger To Return To Court
"Texas cop who killed a downstairs neighbor is scheduled to appear in court again late next month. Amberg angers attorneys air, hoping to get her murder conviction and sentence tossed in exchange for a lesser crime. He former Dallas officer was given 10 years in prison in 2019 for shooting both him John to death inside his own apartment. Dagger testified that she mistook Jones apartment for her own and believe that he was an intruder. The appeal hearing is set for April. The 27th, the biggest
AI panel urges US to boost tech skills amid China's rise
"A commission on artificial intelligence led by the former CEO of Google since the U. S. needs to increase its AI skills to counter activities by China former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a commission report on artificial intelligence tells Congress the U. S. needs a White House led strategy to defend against A. I. related threats to set standards on how intelligent machines can be used responsibly and to boost U. S. research and development to maintain the nation's technological advantage over China the panel says that includes a I enabled weapons and that machines that can perceive decide and act more quickly than humans are going to be deployed for military purposes this is a I. group has the ear of top lawmakers from both parties but there's also criticism too many members work for tech companies that have large government contracts Jackie Quinn Washington
Can Men Express Emotion
"Back to say what needs sank. Zach now brandon and today. We are here with ben and jason from the threads. Podcast life unfiltered ben jason. Thanks for joining us guys. Thanks for the opportunity us. Thank you so much. This is kind of weird for us because usually wearing your seat and we're in viewing the guests we just got done with the podcast legit. I'm gonna tell you right now. Legit i cried because the lady prayed for us. We're we're christians and churches been shitty right now because of covid and i don't know it was amazing like literally five minutes ago ben in our bolts gearing up or like holy shit. We got a report on somebody. Else's i know and ben ben has ever been on anyone else's podcasts. Have you yes. Oh you have who eric sane. I'll that one doesn't count. He was he we were. We were on his show as paid sponsor through. That's right but anyways i've been on a few shows But never been in is duo. So i'm excited for this here. For the dynamic duo experience yes you got it so so yeah we. We've been recently. We've been bringing on some podcasters to to talk about issues that are important to them to say what needs saying to talk about the things that are often ignored in not talked about. So we we want to bring this platform to people where people feel comfortable talking about whatever it is that they need to say and not feel afraid of being condemned for their thoughts or their views or what they are deciding to talk about. You know things like that and so we get into some of these sensitive subjects and source objects. That people don't like talking about so. I want you guys to kind of bring us into speed immigrants. So what we're going to be focusing on. Today's men suck taking care of their mental health. A let it slide. And they look after their families if they're married or they look after their significant others or whatever the case may be men for whatever reason by nature are horrible when it comes to taking care of their mental health. And what do i mean by mental health. I would say the thoughts that go on in their head about who they are what their role is in the world That they may be carrying around with them. Perhaps there's even some depression all these things. Doubts fears anxieties tuition. We live in a world. That's that men are just supposed to suck it up and show up and make it happen and never deal with that stuff. And i'm fed up about it. You know yeah. I completely agree. I mean there's so many times where these the my community. I hear a lot of people say you know. Just people like people express their you know their perspective as means now and i saw one. That says a personal say. I'm good until they're in a dark place a depression. But are you are you okay. I'm good no matter what it is you know. You said you're not supposed to be crying. Your man are you out of your mind. What type of hostile. What level of hostility mrs harbor. Or you know what level of detriment comes from harboring this level of emotional expressionist being. What's your jason. Yeah i mean. I have to. You know i saw brandon. Real quick and brandon is black. And so i know in the black community. Mental health is worse in the community. So that being said. I'm kind of flip the question on you. Have you experienced that a little bit member. We're we're fellow podcast sir. So we're gonna flip it and you experienced that kind in. Do you feel like it's like that and in the black community. I'll give you this. I recently because this valentine's day coming up this sunday. yup. I saw post that Why are men now. This is from the communities from other african americans or other black they said why are men nachos yvonne times day is for women and i quote that this gay that is specifically for women and that term alienates any feminine or even you know quote unquote especially your insider liking hours of wanting chocolate or one. You can care for wanting a gift on the day. They express his love for a couple chastised to have this. Like you know. I'm about to get a gift for the first time from ivonne signs. They should i not. Should you take more money in the flowers back. There's always the joke to the serious side of really such a pivotal point because it affects. How people even correlate love and responsibility to their kids and to their why into their spouse and men not even being emotionally available for me to be you know. Do they even get so point of marriage or are they even able to sustain a real relationship with their kids so you can follow us really. Show love to the show. A love should look like you know what i mean. I think. I think they can show love to their daughters. They struggled showing love to their son's. Yes just because all. You're a man your boy. You're not so sure. Show those feelings going back to the gift of valentine's i mean yeah. Do i want flowers for my wife. I wouldn't be like oh this. Is you know you had said like. Oh this is gay which is bad to say anyways. But i wouldn't say that. I wouldn't be like oh that's weird but it wouldn't be like uncomfortable for me.
Democrats' "Plan B" for Minimum Wage Hike Appears To Be off the Table
"Turn turning its attention to the nearly $2 Trillion Pandemic relief package, minus the effort to double the Federal minimum wage. The provisions raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is not in the bill. Some progressives are pushing for an all out war to save the minimum wage increase. But here's the bottom line from the Biden White House. Even without the minimum wage. This $1.9 trillion bill has almost everything that Biden wants. They will consider a huge victory. Even if that means the hike in the minimum wage is the battle to fight. Another time. ABC is Jonathan Karl, the president
James scores 19 in 1,300th regular-season game in Lakers win
"Lebron James in the Lakers blasted the warriors one seventeen to ninety one LA scored a season high seventy three first half points to go ahead by twenty nine that lead got up to thirty five in the second half that meant a relatively easy night for James who scored nineteen points in limited action you take advantage when you can you know you prepare as if you got to play forty eight and you know you you let the game dictate no the guy himself tonight was that was not needed was half forty eight for myself and and I'll take it Eric paschal scored eighteen points to top Golden State mark Myers Los Angeles
Los Angeles vaccination sites to expand eligibility for appointments this week
"Steve Coming. L A Mayor Eric Garcetti says City run covert 19 vaccination sites will reopen Tuesday with expanded eligibility to align with Los Angeles County public health guidance. They will go into effect tomorrow. City sites will primarily provide second dose is this week and offer a small number of first dose appointments throughout the week. The city's online portal will be updated tomorrow to allow workers and food and agriculture, education and child care and emergency services and first responders to
Trump's tax returns and related records turned over to New York district attorney
"I want to move on and talk a little bit about the tax issue and the tax returns. The court ruling could be handed over to the state of New York and and Cyrus Vance, the A G o. It was the prosecutor in this case. Looking into the President. Trump has taxes, his finances, etcetera, etcetera. You're working on that case. Look, I don't know anything about it. I've never seen his tax returns. But from knowing how businesses are run, I doubt there would ever be a billionaire, or frankly, any wealthy person whose taxes would look good. Unless there's a W two and unless somebody's an employee, and unless there are no no deductions available, I would imagine it would be more complicated than the average person's tax returns. Number one and number two. I would imagine that the president Then private citizen, Donald Trump probably hired the best accountants and lawyers available and they were the ones that filled out the taxes and not him. Well, I could tell you this I mean, 45th president. United States did not go down to meet with the local enough No disrespect, Agent or block. Actually, they do a lot of work, but he didn't go down to the local agent are blocking. Sit down and say here, my W two than he lets on my tax return. You're actually corrected. Tax returns are from a business and from his personal Work, which includes media real estate. Real estate tax returns are complicated by nature. He had expert CPS. He had expert tax counsel that prepared the returns. I'm not concerned about the returns we fought, we fought it. During while he was president. We did not think it was appropriate. To be able to seek those records. At least not unless they could show a special height. Need to justice is actually four justices would have agreed with us on height need. I suspected we had Amy Barrett. Now she probably would have to. I don't know that But it wouldn't matter because now the 45th president is the former president. But Come out strategy standpoint, I'm not gonna discuss trial strategy, and I don't think these are going to trial but from a litigation strategy or case strategy when you defend tax cases used the tax returns to defend your case. So this is not complicated. The tax returns may be complicated, but this is not a complicated defense. You know, the president does make a point. I mean, I'm not sure if you followed Merrick Garland's hearing yesterday, but he e mean seemed like he didn't know never picked up a newspaper to may and didn't knows much about anything and wasn't even willing to commit to keep in the dorm. Investigation. Ongoing. We now have a smoking gun email appear. James committed Jim Clapper and in that, he acknowledged, And this was the day that he signed the sex and second Fiza application. Is the first renewal application subsequently signed a third application three of the four and admitted that he was not able to verify The veracity and truthfulness of what we now know is the bunk, which is Hillary's bought and paid for dirty. Russian disinformation dossier, which raises the question of fraud before a FISA court in my mind that seems like a slam dunk. Am I wrong? No, I think I think you're right. I think Merrick Garland has a as a judge. It's a good reputation and former Justice Department official as well. I'm sure he's going to get confirmed. Hopefully, he will apply the law to the fax is that sky is that kind of reputation? He's not an Eric holder in my view at all and again, I think that this is Look, when you have an election go the way it went, however, it went there. The fact is they get to pick their nominees. And while there's already been some objections on others, I don't expect to be much objection. There will be a party line. Objection, but I don't think will be overwhelming. Yeah. You know all these legal issues that the president has dealt with the weed? You know, the president uses the term witch hunt in so many different ways. Look at what this country was dragged through. For three years. You were you were part of following this entire Russian witch hunt. You were involved in everything involving you. You lived for three years. You You lived the first impeachment trial. You know when a quid pro quo when it was only one fact witness Only one it was all based on not even a real whistle blower. But I hear, say, whistle blower, non whistle blower, and, you know everyone that testified was either an opinion witness. Or hearsay witness and nobody had any facts and the only real the only true witness said No, he didn't want to quit port pro or quo. Um at all. He said he wants nothing. He wants to make sure they're not gonna be corrupt and take that to the next level is thin. You got Joe bragging on tape that he leveraged a billion taxpayer dollars so they'd fire a prosecutor. That was investigating his son being paid millions with no experience. Yeah, well, look, I think the fact is that we beat back Bob Mueller. We beat back the first impeachment. We had good success and a lot of the Supreme Court cases. And the second impeachment, which we did not participate. And although we filed a brief with the Senate on the legality issue of whether you can teach the president no longer in office, which we took the position you cannot The president won these battles I He will win these other battles that he's as right now. But look they're trying to. I think it's pretty clear that the moves here are to try to disable him, so to speak. From being able to run again,
Arkansas Head Coach, Eric Musselman, Discusses His Team's Success This Year
"Know there's a game coming up tomorrow but if we could just get some final thoughts on north we're violating the twenty four hour rule or not. But how does it feel to. I mean your fans are buzzing right. Now they've been excited all year but that really brought it home the other night. I mean the thing that that we're probably the most proud of paul is just the fact you know we got thumped tuscaloosa and we got beat before that at lsu When we were in bad rooch pretty pretty bad too and and We were able to bounce back between those two games. We had a really physical practice with weighted vests. And and you know. I'm not sure we had enough legs To play the fast place style of play that that obama plays and coach you know gets his guys really get out and run and and You know looking back. We knew that that practice would you know would would maybe set us back slightly but we're trying to think long term. We had a great environment. I mean we. You know i understand. It's a pandemic but we had a really good student section. Our crowd was good. There's there's there's been a lot of excitement over the last few weeks with the way that the team is played and and it was a big game. Th you know anytime you get a top ten cheap You know and you can you can you number one. You don't get a lot of opportunities to play top ten teams then when you do and you're able to to get a win. It is a big deal for the fans at former players boosters and and for the student athletes to reward them for for a lot of hard work but we have incredible respect coach oats and his team and we know that you know they're one of the top teams in the entire country so it was a big win. But you're right you gotta turn the page. And that's part of your team is having maturity when you do win a big game two to turn the page and get ready for your next game. I mean you're now final two days of february and and certainly you're going to be going through this now. You're going to be going through this in the sec tournament and ultimately in the nc double a. tournament for for a program that has not won a lot of big games lately. How drill that into their their minds. That this was fantastic. But it doesn't mean anything tomorrow. I mean i think you know all you can do. Really paul's just continue to talk. educate You know. I told him today that you know. I'm a lot older than them. I'm getting getting towards being an old man. And and sometimes you gotta listen to your elders a little bit on on some of these things that you talk about that you know the game you know tomorrow when we play l. s. u. the prior game against lsu doesn't matter and our pr- prior win against alabama doesn't matter there's forty minutes you've got to go out you got to be focused and You know it's. I think that that just kind of how it is and and You know the good thing is having gone through it nevada. You know none of those guys that we had there had really been through it either But i think the big thing is just understanding that each day. You've got to continue to get better. I mean even you know with with with three games to go now. We're talking about how we can get better. We're talking about improving our practice habits. We we do a to onto pick and roll defensive drill today that i'm sure they weren't really excited about doing a two onto pick and roll drill that might be. You would consider a training camp drill but we want to get better and anybody that aspires to play beyond college. Basketball should should want to become a better pick and roll defensive player so hopefully you know you can get your guys excited to understand that you know you're not just doing it for the lead these last three games and then tournament situations you're doing it for the longevity of your career as
Number of Coloradans Hospitalized with the Flu Is Down
"Says the number of Coloradans hospitalized with the flu is down way down. Last year, We had 3500 people hospitalized, and I think last count, we're on easier thirties. Dr Eric France attributes this to the fact that people are wearing masks staying home when sick and maintaining social distancing as well as the fact that the flu vaccination rates are up 13% this year. Joel Hyland Getaway news radio. A handful of
Biden in Houston: A look at what the president plans to do during his visit
"Is going to visit Texas today in the aftermath of last week's where storm that left millions without power played. Nevil reports. Governor Rabbit says he'll join the president in Houston to discuss ongoing recovery efforts from the storm. What the needs are and what the challenges are across the entire state. The governor says He'll explain the need to expand the federal disaster declaration to more counties. He'll also tour a covert vaccinations super site with the president and discuss the continued shipment of vaccine to Texas plate. Nevil
17 Dallas County Deaths Investigated for Possible Links to Winter Storm
"Office is looking into 17 deaths in the county last week to see if they're related to the winter storm. Toll includes two men whose bodies were found in their garland apartment last Friday morning. Police say carbon monoxide poisoning is the suspected cause there. Another carbon monoxide death was reported before the storm hit North Texas Cops say that 34 year old Lorenzo Washington was found dead in his town home on Valentine's Day. Washington was a former college and pro football player who briefly played for the Dallas Cowboys and several other teams. President Biden is going to
Democrats’ relief bill would expand earned income tax credit
"Democrats big relief bill continues to make its slow but steady way through the house. It's going to pass friday. Maybe saturday there is a bunch of stuff in it. A proposed boost. The minimum wage. Told you about that yesterday. Also some tax policy changes geared to low income workers. Marketplace's kimberly adams has that one. This version of the relief. Bill would boost the earned income tax credit which reduces the tax bill or increases the refund for many low income workers mostly for those who live with kids. This bill would expand that to include more childless workers. Elaine mog as a principal research associate at the urban institute and a types of industries that people are in that would benefit the most from this policy. Change are those industries that have been most hard hit during the recent recession food service and nations. The credit typically has bipartisan support. Mog says some of those affected by the change could see their benefit. Triple from a max of about five hundred dollars to fifteen hundred sam. Washington is with the center on budget and policy priorities. The earned income tax credit expansion would benefit we estimate seventeen million people overall And doubt include the five point eight million child that's workers the changes would also include more older workers by removing the age of sixty five. The bill only seeks to change the rules for this year. Meaning the credit would show up on next year's returns. Eric york is an economist at the tax foundation. But oftentimes if something gets its foot in the door of the tax code. It doesn't go away. It gets extended it gets debated and eventually becomes more of a permanent policy. This round of covid relief legislation also includes an expansion of the child tax credit which some economists say could lift millions of children out of
Will Do Children Give the Cold Shoulder To Someone They Love?
"A lot of the time. I will let it go and how resentful indignant frustrated and annoyed are you. It depends. I don't like getting to the place where. I feel resentful so i try to do that. Enter talking and decide. Okay if i'm not gonna let this bother me. That i really have to let it go but i will say yes. There are times where. I will let it go. And i might be just a little. Ooh yeah like he's feeling for sure. Yeah it takes me just a little bit being like that and then we'll get through it and then it's fine and then there are times where i have that talk and i'm like nope. This is not okay with me. And i i wanted to talk about it and say something and have a conversation. Does it do any good. It does like we had a recent disagreement. Please tell so. I did not know that daisy and eric had had a conversation about getting daisy on tiktok to see an older cousin that we have in the family who has an account and she was excited about it and i did not hear about this and cut too i just heard that daisy was signing up for tiktok. How did you hear. She was coming over to eric and saying okay. Now what do i do. And he was telling her. Don't forget your password. Write it down somewhere and i ask. Oh but she doing joining terrorist groups ugly saying getting on tiktok. There was no discussion in my mind. I just reacted in that moment. And i said oh no. I don't want her on tiktok. That was a big thing for me. In hindsight i probably should have waited to. Maybe reacted one of the reasons that you react. That way is you are at a state of semi alert to alarm at all times and your waiting for the intel to drop. Yeah so you heard the words get on and tiktok and it had not been passed by you and that fell on top of a pile of frustration about this child man's judgment and the ambivalence you have about. What a warm loving fun guy so close to his daughters his daughters who are coming of age and we'll have crushes on boys and they are getting so deeply cherished by their sweet dad and at the same time you know so much about what goes on in the world of social media and girl self esteem and identity and sexuality that you have your good angel and the devil gas each on your shoulders arguing at all times. The corpus callosum the connects the right and left hemisphere of women's brains is thicker than in men and it means that women naturally us both sides of their brains to make decisions and for men. It's sometimes a little bit more easier and direct. Is it a cousin or a friend who was on tiktok. it's my cousin's daughter cousins to hire so exciting celebrity family member on tick doing adorable vance and she has her own channel. So cool and now spoilsport. Here is hyper vigilant. That's what we call it. Then psychology jumping in to say you did what so what happened in that moment. The main reason. I got irritated as we were with our pod and there are a couple guys there too and it was very emasculating issues. Like no. she's not watching. Tiktok that okay. And i'm like and furs liberal. As i am parenting. I do default to whatever she says. I mean. i'm definitely the beta as far as you hear me fall to whatever. She says. you can't read her mind right. And so that's your intention and that's your kind of moral position but in a case like this and this is a beautiful example here you were joining with your daughter. In a celebration of cousins expansiveness on the magnificent new platform tiktok swirling the pandemic world with joy. And then this bitch comes in humiliates you in front of your friends or male and female pie and you think okay. I'll just swallow this and eat some more sugar with the girls and it will be totally our country. Exactly the ugly. What happened so get resolved. So the next morning i went to bed it was bothering me and i did feel bad for the way that i handled it so no conversation between the afterward no thanksgiving night. We're both. oh yeah. Yeah so the next morning. I said something i said i you know i'd really like to get this off my chest. What time what plays what. Words was probably around nine. Am and i think. I use the words. I'd really like to get this off my chest and were the two of you alone. Girls there were alone and he was not in the most open mood. But i felt like i really wanted to talk about it in the kitchen. Seated standing i was seated. He was standing. How'd you had breakfast her. Yeah so i started with. I really wanna get this off my chest and correct me if i'm wrong. I said you know. I want to have a conversation about tiktok ortho. I want to back up just a little bit. Because we're going to parse words sir. I really want to get this off my chest. Strikes
"eric i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Right now Raymond. -Application that I'm GONNA. I'm GONNA play many jobs at the hospital. I've thought about it already because the hospitals are hiring right now because of this absolutely and there's people on one side some people are saying I, don't I can't do it now but I'm trying to tell you or encourage you. You can do it. If. That's if that's something you want you can do it. Eric get off the phone with me and look at your resume and see how you can directed towards a hospital hospitals are great. I. Just think they're great and then start something like that. You know and there's no I. Mean I think your wife would I don't think she would say, oh no Eric, you're going to get the CORONA I don't think she's GonNa say. I'm the one that winds that none for me getting like I said but if well, listen you you text message me something a little while ago. So I, think your your whole plan could be predicated on that and then every excuse that comes out of your mouth is actually based on that. So this is why I'm not following the the whole corona thing so. He could beat is but there is a of this. If I get a job and then that's not a problem and if I get the universe I don't give a shit about that. The lady is going to pass it. But if because of my job I get it and transmittal to my father and my father dies because of it about in a restaurant, how do you know what's the chances of you getting a not even chances because you're gonNA say higher. But how do you know that you're not gonna get the corona virus. Job Tonight at the restaurant at the guy who you serve food from there's you don't they don't have it one hundred corn team. So you're at just as much risk there as you are as the thing is the thing Brian North as hospitals hospitals are hotbeds for those things not anywhere. It's hospitals winning getting over. There is so many cases in hospitals people that start working there now or than half of them, the end up being the virus within the week because this is the hospitals are full of it not the restaurants thunderstorms. 'cause there's none basically, there is none around here only in hospitals. So therefore try me. In motion Asiago then get a job there. No I don't WanNa hear Eric I. Don't WanNa hear this. Dumb, Langi? Lamb. Lamb. Wolves no sacrificed lamb. Go get a job. and. Eric Tabernacle nowadays they branch come on. That text I sent, you has a lot to do with it. US guys then get it out this just go to work. Hard don't try that. You're wearing green right now you look like a guy that I would see going down the thing pushing a series..
"eric i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Didn't I haven't making a lot of phone calls. Oh Yeah me, too. On the phone, not even facetime just talking on the phone you something about facetime to with this whole Cova thing is for the longest time I couldn't get past. The awkwardness of facetime just didn't like doing it, and now I just do it, so it's finally burst through. That were calling people on screen all the time like back to the future to right, but don't be afraid of a phone call. Right. I. Feel like sometimes facetime can be a little distracting if you WanNa talk to someone while you're doing things interesting I find that. Woman I. Do you know a lot of cleaning and you know I'm always? Free Me. As a woman you do cleaning. I just met like I'm forced to to know I mean. I have a lot to do well. You deserve a break, Tasha and so because you deserve a break I am about to take you as soon as we stop this podcast episode, I'm GonNa put you in the RV turn the ignition, and we're GONNA drive to one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen in my life, no joke, truly a once, just a one of a kind gem of. Of this Earth Mount Zion National Park and we're going to go on a long hike, and we're going to go to a waterfall, and we're gonNA swimming hole, and we're going to get under the waterfall and swim out like Blue Lagoon, and as that water splashes down cool and crisp upon our brows. I'm going to take your hands I'm GonNa. Pull towards me and you know what I'm. GonNa say. I'll have some questions about this trip so. Good out of the episode the Yes. Everything you described doesn't sound that relaxing so I'm excited to see what happens. You mean a waterfall swimming hole doesn't sound relaxing. You're also hiking with a toddler. Got The backpack. Okay, we'll leave her in the car. Hey. Let's check back in ten days and see how it went well. The next time you hear from us, even though these podcasts episodes will be released out of order at some point, you will hear from us. We will give you the recap until that time. Take care. Don't catch coverted. Be Strong and Tosh. I love you, thanks I. Love You,.
"eric i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Don't. Professor Okay. I just feel like she can't really date. You know no I disagree with you guys teacher to graduated right Khloe Yeah. No! The thing. Off. Both of policy especially like now about professors and seen skating. It's like even if you're not in their class. They just want avoid that power dynamic, but once you've graduated Oh Yeah I. Didn't know that fair game or what I think I actually disagree with Eric I. Think you should ask if you ask her out. You should be very explicit and say. I. Don't know if this is weird or not, but I would like to go out with these sometimes just so she can have full on. Like. Hitting a true I agree with you I I agree with you. I agree. Right. Is it Taboo I. Guess you've graduated. You're both adult. Yeah, it's definitely not taboo. It's just like, are you? Are you okay getting Kinda like told no or never respond right? I'll tell you what Khloe I did that. When I moved to La I hit up a graduate student adviser that I had and I was like we're all. We're all adults now and I hit her up. I said I just moved to. La Never heard from her hero response. We were like we were friendly. I. Mean I really did think we had vibe back in college and I my driver's Ed teacher. Eric Really. I wrote I wrote it mustache. But Eric. The power imbalance. How. He had so much power over you. In that moment, he had a lot about hit a lot of our okay. Khloe what I think you need to do to is you need to think of something you guys talked about together? It's something you know she's interested in. And if there was like an event coming or something, you know you could be like. Hey, blah. Blah is out the met. On Thursday, whatever the date is wondering if you'd have an interest and if not that I would love to hang out with you at some point if you're I, don't know how however you people. will say that. Definitely never found.
"eric i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"In your mind from a like the old. Show but the problem with Moesha's like when he started vaping, he would carry a backpack with like for like forty five different little bottle. She always brings us like you know what I mean like everything he does. He doesn't like extreme access. I've never seen anyone have a tote bag full of oils for their vapor. How many? That's why I like. You should go to Peru and then do the experience then leaves. So that you can't. It should be like toad, Benham, or something very obscure and unattainable. Also I keep it may I keep it in Peru, but but then it would be weird when I started announcing my like bimonthly trips to Peru, because I just like. Playing this game with myself. It's spiritual only in Peru. Anyway I'm off to Lima again. Forty Peruvian forty place by the way Eric I don't disagree with you. A hundred percent at this point in my life think that psychedelic experience. would be a spiritually positive medicinal experience. There's no doubt in my mind, but then. But then. I started trying to figure out what what PSYCHEDELIC should I do? To break the seal of twenty years of sobriety, because nothing goes worse with like an LSD trip, then a relapse, I just feel like there's so much possibility of of spinning out for eight hours straight. And I was thinking. San Pedro because I heard, it's very mellow. Have you ever done that? No I. Don't know what that is. My Hairdresser told me about this guy who comes over and plays bongos for but to to. To loosen aiding level, you're supposed to trip where he plays Bongos so much is serving like a sober hallucinogen, but it's like drums. Just take the fucking mushroom bullshit. All right a eric. Do you want to do a call with us? Let's do advice call. You're giving me advice. Let's give these shorts. We're just going to remind me of this works. We're just going to call someone and one. No, no, no, we have! And A. Streaming we, we have a producer and she has called people back, and they are expecting our call, but will be a surprise and we don't. We don't know what the issue is, so let's find out together. So stand by. We're going to be a woman in comedy. Debate united. I also would hate when a host would go lately. We've got a little surprise for you. We got a lady. Shut the fuck gotten and making it weird, and that's all the audience is going to think about when you were just like this comics funny coming to the stage. Zero they would be like ooh now. Here, lot like it's the fucking. Victorian era. The wings chain. WHO. That! Don't beat all. Anyway. Anyway caller. You're on the air all right. Like. Be like a lady. A. Lady that we're calling. We're going to call low in Philadelphia Corean Philadel-? Chris. mixup right now. What would you? Would you handle that? WOULD THAT BE? How would you handle it? We would just Kinda. Push it off to your guest. And he was, he was, and he wait your wicked like being a lady. Blacks. Worst like leggings. Speaking of people that need to change their last names May. A Swahili name his name. African you! Can, take off. L. Adam. Rally or whatever you. Know. He doesn't want me to want to do it. She's screaming okay. Our child is screaming into talks. Make sure she's not enough. Can you stand by for one minute? I heard that your child is a bit and you guys don't even have a child. No we have a child, but Natasha likes to separate herself with. You ever mentioned that she has a child kind of distance yourself from the child similarly to the way she did to me earlier in the podcast I. Like I like that. I like her constantly distancing herself from her family I by the way Eric. We're still rolling so Natasha's runaway, but if you WANNA roll with some bits if you WANNA, keep just talking whatever you I'm here for you. Roll would some bit. So man an. iphone. It's a tricky little gizmo. We Eric greetings call. What am I doing this call nothing. We haven't done the call areas. I'm on like three hundred asleep because. You're just supposed to listen to their issue and give them either sincere or make fun of them advice. Basically, that's the deal. Short starting podcast. Yeah, what would your podcast? Have you thought about it? Cocktails with Eric ex. Like. I'm never drawn to do them like. I don't know. And then I'll read Joe Rogan made four could. I guess I got into this. Business well. I'll tell you what is good about podcasting. What is bad about podcasting? Here's here would be my argument against you doing a podcast. The whole thing about about about doing a podcast is that you create. A little cadre of fans that like no, you and really feel connected to you and so. Then you feel like you have a little community that you've built. And when you go on the road, they'll come. See You and say Oh, boy! I listened to the PODCAST. Blah Blah Blah right, but you kind of have already figured that out with your show and with you know like your. Your fans are like super fans. They're not just like random comedy. Fans right? They like to come drink ranch come into a hidden valley, ranch jar and then drinking. Yeah. They're very invested so in that way I'm like you already did the work. What's the point in like then and then get doing a podcast on the other hand? I think people would love it from you, but the negative of doing a podcast is that people get to like people really get to know who you are. That's both a positive and. And negative like your fans know more about you than than they do. If you're just a mysterious standup figure that does like a talk show where there are no rules like when you're doing a podcast. They know how you think doesn't that. Doesn't that doesn't bother me so much? What bothers me is like constantly hitting up my comedian friends the do my. Show I.
"eric i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Your? With your stuff is. Possible question to answer and you get it every single interview. What are you say I I just go I. Drink Coffee, and I right, and then we have a writer's room and we try to crack each other up and we write an assistant writes down a everything. And then I looked like what did they want me to say that? Yeah Man I can snowboard than A. Drop as the like I. Don't know why I never know how to answer that question. I always feel I'm just GONNA. Start Begging Shit Up. You see Tasha well. Everyone always asked me what it's like to be a woman in comedy fun. MEATLOAF. Patronizing, but but we're just going to say. Eric I saw that some of this at Largo this this. The site you're doing. It's so funny. What does anybody anybody seen as the germs have been doing the past ten years and decided to find the film. What's it called I guess the jokes of. Legalize everything legalize everything drops on net flicks at midnight of the twenty third of June. Well No. I mean like job done I should say to. Not have any confusion Tuesday June twenty third. Tuesday Jews from hitting and like. Yeah but. That's how to as. Well You go onto the. This air well, this'll air in. The air in on its live Eric in a week, so it's going to be really confusing when you're getting. About a date that happened five days early. On and watch his. First. Let's talk about how you get your. Where'd you get your star from? Where do you come up with their stuff? And what is the date? Watch it on Netflix now. Legalize Everything Eric. Because you've been on the phone for so long, I feel. How and let him go. Yeah, why don't we jump into a calm feedback? Whatever let's do it. I feel comfortable. Talking to you guys well whatever you want, we we love you and we miss you. Moshe I can I can make you Mock, Tales. I have the. Called, clean plus dirty drinking and each cocktail with boozing it. She gives like an equivalent like Mark Tale who Thanks so interesting. Me Maple. What do you got to give us a sample? That's a hard. That's a hard question to answer then well, this is what's the best. What's the best album you name it but I'm saying what's the one you're most excited about making right now? I just made one the other night. That juice like publicity. No peppered I got the lawn peppers from the Mexican market. And I put them in my juicer. And I blended them with a guy by syrup made this like the Blondeau Syrup? Put like a Rum Agricole and a little bourbon, and there was some lime juice and pineapple juice how he had came out really good. What's an Agricole I? Didn't I didn't come. I didn't I didn't come up with original by the way that eighty mixes recipe, Rum Agricole any rump. Most Rum's ninety percent of all rooms are made from molasses. Rum Agricole's or French runs from Haiti Martinique. That are made with sugarcane juice, so they're much more vegetal dryer. They're like they're they're the. They're not sweet at all. They're much more in the dryer did. Hit me up like every year Eric and say. Why are you sober? Let's see drugs. Don't do. I feel that I. By that. I think that you would benefit from a psychedelic experience and in the right shedding Aaron. Book. I didn't read Michael. Michael Book, but I've meant to. I've read a lot of stuff about you know that I've had many psychedelic experiences, right? Yeah but I think in your adult life when you were abusing drugs in like this phase of your life in a non abusive way like. In a creative. Like nurturing way Eric. It'd be a different experience. I don't disagree with you and actually I was. Do you know that I had made a decision to take psychedelics again I was going to do it and. Then? Natasha got pregnant and I was like I don't know if I WANNA to mix these two stories together. Like. Starting doing drugs twenty years and becoming a father I just didn't like. The stakes went up so much that I just decided I would wait and smart. They thought of that I. Don't know what do you should have done it anyway? I mean it you're. You've got to trust your gut. You know or like I don't know I. Think if you're GonNa, do it you would. You should make an ben data that and like go to Peru oriented. Do Iowa Austa like have like a shaman? I think it's I think to separate it from like abuse or Party, drugs or recreational use of your old days like you should make it more of like a spiritual journey, so that like we separated.
"eric i" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"Thought. You wanted to do it. I want you to do it well. You just do it and okay. You Go. Sorry I'm sorry. Welcome, no one that's annoying for everybody you think so. It's annoying for you. I'm good. Welcome to the endless honeymoon podcast. My Name's Moshe Casher Tasha era and listen we were. And ready to go, we were hitting the road to Mount Zion National Park the all day long. We've been packing the RV getting ready buying car seats on craigslist. By the way, can I just roast you to? We he needed a car seat for a very specific type of chair seat. You were trying to negotiate a eight dollar. Discount a right right. That's not really roasting as much as it is engaging an antisemitic tropes. No. I'm just saying I just, could never I? Don't see myself doing that like you needed it like in our, but then you're still trying. I was looking for very specific car seat for a very specific size of chair in my RV and found. They don't even sell it in stores in La. I would have had to order. We're leaving tomorrow and the. Didn't fit, and I found one and the guy was like. Yes, you can buy it tonight. And we negotiating and I had all set up, and then I was like. Are you flexible on price? And then the guy went radio like sixty dollars. Yeah, and then the guy went well. Why not? That's what craigslist is four? And then what happened? He went radio silent. You're already being really demanding radio silent. I started to panic I about ten frantic texts. Saying listen I'm sure you're busy, but I really do need the address. Please I can come get right now. I've the paypal price. I'll pay more than full price and finally. He. He wrote back cool as a cucumber throwback, his address with a thumbs up. Oh, what a jerk! He got! He got his, but anyway we were packing up. We're ready to go. We weren't. GonNa do a podcast episode tonight, and then our friend our guest this evening. He's got a UP special. That's coming out on the twenty third. He will tell us and he was a as we were leaving town. He was like I'd love to do the podcast or Maybe I, asked him to do it, but he said yes. Right before we were leaving and we just couldn't. We couldn't. We couldn't wait. Let's give them a call. Let's call them. You know him from the Eric Andre Show. It's Eric Andrei. Indio, California, you're. Hey longtime listener, first-time time caller. Longtime. Let me grab my little ear, but. Yeah! We're role in India indio. California wasn't a ready for air bit. What! why? Let me. Go about your book. World. You sound great. Well let's see what sounds better. Yeah, ear buds on the. Get the ear buds and Eric I. Want you to call us from your bathtub. He's got a really. We can say anything. We want never been a fan you know..
"eric i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And let's move on and so Eric I'm not thinking through the show and Sunday coffee with Eric what I did is I actually went back to the beginning of March and I've read these but I downloaded all of your Sunday blogs and I made some notes and I thought what would really be interesting and I think it really tells us a lot about you and how you operate in the insight and wisdom you have I thought we'd start with your blog on March in March and talk and have you can't talk I'm just going to give you some of the things that you did talk about let's just talk about that your black actually is up a good journal of the pandemic and thought Sam things you thought about how how we got to where we are today I hope you don't mind that that's but I decided to be a lot of fun to do yeah our department for giving me a heads up so I can put her to well I just did that yeah I would kill it'll be fun it'll be fun I could do it sorry so well I think the topics and you'll be you're pretty spontaneous so hi as we roll through March it was interesting one of the first topics you talked about his dreams and I think you had been somewhere you talk about travel and this is before the pandemic really sat in on that as we move forward some of the topics were right here is doing I'm doing the impossible I must be dreaming and you're talking about the amazing week in Saint Petersburg the Russian countryside how did you ever get here and all of that your ticket you're really remarking about you this is really incredible you never thought this is something you never thought would happen from a life standpoint that as we move on we talked about the end is near and patterns of downturns in the Great Depression and then the new attitude this is one of your letters these three topics you covered maybe might give you a chance to talk about those topics in any order that you want sure you can recall some of the information that you wrote about I'm sorry short on that but no no no that's that's that's great I you know I think the potable drinking is that those of us who are entrepreneurs have big special I don't know what it is but it has to do with treating I was one of those people who was always being criticized by teachers per day turning when I was in school at I was straightening the big things that have never really stopped doing that and and I think that we all have dreams and the one thing that I try to reiterate instant dreams without action are only dreams of dreams with action or dreams realized and it is amazing to me throughout my lifetime all the things that are three double watching people out there when I was a non smoker Bally watching you know a lot about you are you or other people and the ideas that they come up with these just really crazy dreams and everybody's always critical at all that's a bad idea that'll never happen you can't make that happen it's too big and and you don't you know you just say I'm gonna see if I can do it and you just don't give yourself about you just go for it image advertising how many things you can do so I I think that's what dreams dreams are all about and what it comes to what was the other one the doomsday our goals are something is changing in the basically I was remembering I've been dial three for four recessions has have you lose business person and the first one was the hardest the very first one because I remember my dad whose business guy would call me and say listen you know it's just you're going to need to cut do you think you're going to need to cut fast you should cut deeper and faster than you think you should cut deeper questions keep as you think you should and you'll still barely survive all you know what does he know he's only been in business for thirty years and so I kind of I kind of losing that I did and I making deep cuts but sure enough he was right I they weren't deep enough things got worse and so I quickly that deeper cuts in the deeper cuts in the deeper cuts had quite apart from that the times from four people to fifty people and I barely survived the beautiful thing about it was on the other side of the recession well I turned into a park but this United figured out how to do what we were dealing with a few people how to deal with for people not just about killed all of us one when we got on the other side of that recession we became wildly all profitable margins were huge that we have to kind of back into the the problem we all have those business people is we get talked into adding more and more and more and then we would pile on more of the more expensive and then you know put polluters a great collection again and then it's like okay now I'm never going to need some of these people again because we have to figure out how to reinvent and do without them and I and I love my people I'm not suggesting that but I think the idea is that every time you get a challenge or you'd get kicked in the teeth for you have a really fast all the time if you can look at that as an opportunity there's a lesson here but I'm supposed to be learning yeah if I can learn those lessons and I can take actions I'll be better on the other side of it I think that's what it all boils down to.
"eric i" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"That gives you an idea how little I know about that. That I say I'm on psychedelics I like some some senator from nineteen sixty seven. Are you. Tired wrote. Are you the group accuser thinking about doing psychedelics math? where he can purchase these PSYCHEDELIC. PSYCHEDELIC Now Eric I. Know in the special. You talk about doing these sorts of things. I, don't want you to betray your character. Your stage character, but you say that you do ask that you say that you do all these things. Is this something that you really do on the rig? Regular, I don't even do that regularly. I, just do it. I mean it depends on the drug I mean like. Hot I'll smoke pot at night, not every night, but smoke it like once. A couple times a week. Going to bed, but like acid is strong, I mean site eligible strong. That's a once in a blue moon. I'm camping with my girlfriend. Kind of thing. I'm not like Hunter S. Thompson, I'm doing like a Cornucopia drugs. Now now I think there's a difference between drug use and Drug Abuse, my point and specials more just. The war on drugs is just basically Nixon era racist. will she at the lockup black and Brown bull, and you know I, think drugs are when done properly healthy for you and not on its drug abuse. That's the problem, but the rate of addiction. All drugs were legal in this country nineteen fourteen, and then they started becoming illegal at and there's drug prohibition, but the rain of addiction drug addiction has not changed in the past one hundred and fifty years as far as doing. Stats doorknobs has done. Nothing is just made Mike Worse. That's my my point..
"eric i" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"I, forgot I need to take asset class e out of there. I want to remove which is I? Don't think you're gonNA like it it. It when you remove. They get to see the delta. They get to see what happens to the portfolio. When you remove it, remove it the now. You're taking something away from them, and they can see the degradation they can see the went down the hall. Wind up in the drawdown doubled or whatever, and then if you have that tied to a retirement planning software that showing you, the Monte Carlo Simulation and the percent surviving portfolios, they can see all that degradation to. Good luck with that. People don't like it when you take stuff away from them. It's hard to get them to adopt stuff, but if you just give them the final result and try to take manage futures away from them all the sudden psychology shifts, and they're owning that decision to keep it, so there's all these weird cognitive psychology, the most interesting field in the world and I. Think People use it. It incorrectly. Go around beating people over the heads. This is how you're wrong. This is how you're wrong. See this mistake. You're making just invert the whole thing. Is it for good? We'll see yeah. We got a whole list of studies academics. If you're out there, looking for some research material in the old one favorites, which I wanNA run as you. The newspaper headlines Throughout the last one hundred twenty years. And it can't be marketed. I can't. Obviously the market goes down twenty percent today, but literally like Pearl Harbor whatever the biggest headlines last hundred years, and then say. Can you correctly predict what the stock market is over the next week the next month or the next year and we know what the outcome would be. It'd probably be pretty random for the most part, but a lot of these ideas as you start. Start to see some of the behavioral nudges and hacks that get people into behaving like a famously. I think the target date funds are ones where people they at least view them as somewhat different bucket rather than they're investing market bucket. I don't know why, but they do intend to behave a little bit better I. Don't know. It's something I struggle a lot with. Obviously, it's hard. It's hard to figure out. So I've got these notes in front of me and one of the words on there is action. Independence. Discipline Humility Preparedness Wisdom. But I've got action on there. That's been an eye opening thing for me and humbling in the sense that used to think it was enough to just show people, evidence and point stuff out, and then expect them to go make changes on their own and I've been historically disappointed in the results of that, but it's my own fault. You gotTa take it one step further and help them take action, but it means correctly diagnosing what the real issue is, so was it. It a lack of knowledge that was part of it, but it's a lack of an actionable plan something to do so with standpoint, the whole point is to rectify that and see if did we actually do it? Do we meet an unmet need in the marketplace that overlap between what people want what they need? We're GONNA. Prove ourselves right. Hopefully we'll see. We got five minutes three minutes in a final ideas. Thoughts anything to leave us with. We have to let you go to your or meeting. I'd say it's never too late to start doing the right thing. Obviously, when the market sells off thirty percent heightened interest in anything that didn't go down and then people they get excited, and then back off and say well every time I do that I get bad results or I have bad results with managed futures and whatnot I. Think the winners in this game at least in advisory financial advisory are asset allocators for. For the most part there are few people I know I talked to some yesterday that are actually really talented at tactical decisions and whatnot, but the vast majority much better off with set it and forget it type portfolios, and for that purpose I just it's never too late to start doing the right thing, not saying where solution for them, but don't lose sight of that and don't make emotional decisions especially right now. That's also the beauty of where we are in the markets. Lay. You had this massive downdraft in so many markets, but then you've had this bounce, and so it Kinda affords everyone the opportunity at this point. If you're bearish, you've had the up move. Here's your chance to get more bearish. You're bullish fine. You've had this balance. You can reassess the portfolio, but in particular the big lesson to me when talking to people is. If q one was super painful. You couldn't sleep at night. It was driving you crazy. Now's your chance to adjust that. And then there was something wrong. Turn the dials to get a little bit more balanced, but if it didn't bother you at all and God. Bless you, you probably have a allegation. That's probably okay, and even if you have a hundred cents, oxygen doesn't bother you. Hey, that's that's good for you to Eric I gotTa, let you go. Sadly, we could do this for two more hours to. To do it again, people want to find out more about standpoint what you're doing your fun. What are they go? STANDPOINT FUNDS DOT COM, and it's easy. Eric's been a blast. Thanks so much for joining us again. Thanks Apple Toxin Broadcast Listeners will.
"eric i" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I have for you guys Eric what's your favorite of elisas performances and and same question the other way well There's performance Elisa gives in you'll be called. Love is a gun where she plays my girlfriend who I mess around dawn with Kelly Preston so she kills me and the oilers. La It's a black comedy. Yeah that's right you don't kill. Oh you do kill Kelly. Yeah and so You gave it away now so so you guys are like you're on the newlywed game. Show really in this movie case. You're the gun love as a gun. Excuse me and That's the same loves of forty-five came out so he said to me. GotTa Change Your title. I said No. 'cause love is a gun we've got to keep the title so I had to fight for the title but I kept it and My wife is brilliant in this. Okay look for that okay. So My fav- of Eric my favorite of Eric is final analysis. Okay I also a not that much seen movie but everybody should see it. It's a I'm writing it down to one hundred thousand played Kim best news husband. He's so good you'll you'll see it's very quotable line uh analysis and loves gun. Yes those are two answers terrific right. And I'm going to urge people to see the Coca Cola kid and it's my party. My party friendly grants right. So what are you guys have to plug. What's coming up? Besides the will to the rocket again right of course. What's what's coming to project Jake was what's coming up? Project wise is. There's a new show called interrogation it. Hasn't it hasn't started promoting yet but it's going to be crazy and it is real complete Real cases that are just mindblowing. John is the is the Executive active producer. Peter SARS guard is in it and each each little like arc is a whole story of a case that will blow your mind. Eric plays an attorney in one of the cases. And it's just incredible incredible so it's called interrogation and when when he plays a guy who's been to a lot of college and wears a suit and stuff. It's very convincing. It's like surprisingly convincing. Unless you're buying the scenes on set and watching him like eat everything on the craft service table and and he's a man after your own heart gail he eats everything on the graph search. Take it home with me. Oh my God. He stuffs it in my purse packing uh-huh and will you be doing another store stalked by Dr. Oh yeah and it's going to be even bigger. Be a one off. You know the five dude of it. Eric you're slacking. I went to IMDB. And I only counted fifty nine credits for you. You in two thousand twenty. Find out the things that are in pre production and cut already completed. I'm not young anymore. Dude it's only we've only only been in this month in this year for fourteen days gender. Stand that's frightening Gilbert and I used to we. We talked about John. Karen's career goal you his IMDB page and looking at the hundreds of credits and you are giving him a run for his money. It's impressive there in nineteen ninety-three. I'm very well my wife says to me if you could do anything everyday realize what would it be Eric. I Shall I be on a movie set every day. She well. That's not gonNA happen then. Two Thousand and three comes. She does something weird happening in the world. Everybody's buying cameras and they're calling for you but all over the world and she says So they aren't as big a budget movies as our Hollywood movies. But everybody's making a movie. I think I have you on the movie set every day of your life that it's amazing acing that you have this kind of energy traveling around the world for these two. Oh my God his were all. He's been everywhere even if you look at the old films. Do you have ever have a day where you just at home watching TV. Her Dad Watches problem child. Yeah Problem John on my ex husband worked on problem child. He drew sign producer. Jimmy okay Eric You weren't even available all day yesterday. He just he he litter. I picked him up at the airport and brought them right to set. That's very very typical and he does miss so much sitting at home watching. TV that he tvos Football Games. And I think in his catching up I think is up to like two thousand six ca as I do the same. Eric I do the same. I'm up to the playoffs but I can't news because they'll blow with. I know they blow them above my and I can't even talk to my friends like I'll talk about getting the city. No I've so the chiefs Texans game on the DVR early. I T vote of Lucia in the first quarter Lincoln. I if he has to go to Kazakhstan for like three hours. And then after that come back here and drive to palm springs and then fly it up Sacramento. He's like okay and he just comes along with the script bag and his and his little fantasizing work ethic. Yeah now I WANNA see if you can if you can answer baseline from from from a movie. Albie Mickey Rock Point About Me Paulie. Did they press you for me. I don't remember okay. They preach bay breaks me hard. uh-huh yawn remember. Listen if Mickey doesn't this doesn't want to do the sequel equal you do it with Gilbert. I would go to the MOYLE. Greenwich village us. Gosh what the moral is. Here's the moment of truth. Boil boy oil. And I know it's not the it's the religious person who does a circumcision. Wow Yeah uh-huh which is another segue back to the rocket if you have it or not. Deroga- will work okay. So do we verify the web. The website is they'll rocket dot.
"eric i" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Over the weekend well Eric I see her do tell you about it because the thing was the big point of constitutional a point of conflict you were telling me about how they were two of them so first of all he's he's one of my good buddies from high school that we remain friends for years and years he's become communist to the extreme yeah yes and how Malakal communist any likes to kind of hang hang out with other people that are communists I'm one of the few people that is openly capitalists are grandfathered in he knew you before he found out that he didn't know what he was talks actually so my girlfriend Tina and I are surrounded by all these communists in the keep saying these little comments to try to get us the bite and get us jump and then I want to yell at you and the first one was well you know I'm thinking about getting rid of my Amazon prime account because of the way Amazon treats their workers for heaven's sake and I'm like oh that I I tried I didn't say it's America you have to stay in that job a lot of people don't have the choice yeah leave a position you know it gives you more choice in that in that situation three point four percent unemployment rate gives you more choice and in the second story arc which you you'll agree with this one we talk about how bad twenty four hour news is now okay cool I can really what I don't like twenty four hour news that much either it's not really that great and then he said well what I find is because he's a teacher what I find out what god help us what I find really entertaining and really interesting is the CNN for kids it's a ten minute segment where it actually explains the real history of why Iran hates the U. S. so much and goes you know back further than the fifty two yeah yes exactly exactly you know what the more I look into it you know I looked into this whole thing with Iran and its C. N. N. for kids it's actually seen and for him to get the mind of a child CNN for kids it told me about you know why we were there in the forties and fifties and and and the old you know what I discovered discovered that my country is even worse than I already thought it was thank you CNN for kids keep it going every day will find out of the country that we were brought up to love is actually even worse than we thought it was and unlike any other country has blood on his hands no no not at all every other country has done it right every other country there's been a quality amongst citizens and the foreign policy wasn't based on profits are doing well we're getting one up on the next guy no no no the United States of America you legally and on its own.
"eric i" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Eric Comes from one of my favorite cities after L._A.. From Boston and in fact <hes> Eric I gotta I gotTa tell you that <hes> my only subscriptions newspapers his the Boston Globe that is my favorite goto newspaper. Eric traveled all the way across the country after after being <hes> very much involved in arrogance at beer in in Massachusetts <hes> came out out and for a while was in newspapers in southern California especially in Orange County with the register and now he's onto a whole new adventure that we want to hear about so eric welcome to the pilgrim on the four. Oh five thank you for for having me well so so what it tells you about <hes> about post register life for you. I've been a lifelong entrepreneur. The register was one of the chapters in my life that showed some entrepreneurial expertise experience knowhow and we got into an operating business that was very difficult to sustain as a business <hes> just look at the rest of the industry. We thought we had some insights. Some of them were correct. Some of them proved harder than we had imagined. Yes yes okay so that's all the past. It's all back there so tell us about the path from venda here well. It's interesting <hes> how you ask the question because as register was winding down as an opportunity for me I started to look at some other industries trees where I could leverage my experience and my skill set and it dawned on me that the previous eight years for of which were spent at the register in the newspaper and what I call the California Policy Space Ace and four of them were spent in the beer industry in Boston. I saw in early two thousand sixteen that the emerging cannabis space was a perfect confluence of California policy and beer and decided that I wanted to sit and think about how to engage with that space beer is a very interesting industry but it is old and crowded and cannabis provided a new opportunity to build something from the ground up which is what I love good good so so what did I do yeah so I picked up the phone after doing a bunch of homework so first thing I did was I started to look into the supply chain of cannabis and talk to people and do research and try and figure out what the emerging supply chain was going to look like and I quickly understood that the retail side of the business was one that wasn't particularly interesting to me. <hes> neither was the growing side of the business given my lack of even having a garden so neither of those is going to work which left the rest of the industry street in the middle of the supply chain <hes> which is brands and distribution and I started to focus on those two segments and figure out what it might look like in a regulated environment and the first thing saying that popped up was that the first four recreational states California. I'm sorry Colorado Oregon Washington and Alaska did not have distributors. They had transporters. Transporter's instead so a distribution license was missing from the regulation the regulatory policy so you didn't have the ability to buy and sell the product as a distributor that is unlike doc what a distributor does in every other industry so we set out to try and figure out I if it was possible and second of all to see if we could help determine that California policy would I'd have a distributor but the first thing I did when I realized that this was going to be a policy driven business at least for the first couple of years was I picked up the phone and I called my friend. Bill Lockyer Bill is the former attorney general of California a and it's former state treasurer and I think one of the top <hes> grey hairs in California politics and I called him up and asked him if he might have interest in going on this cannabis this journey. It's Nice how owning a newspaper in Orange County can give you access. It is nothing like access that you get when you own a newspaper right but I called bill and to my surprise he had great interest and I thought that it would be an interesting way to look at and do something that he had only seen infrequently in his life which is the emergence of a new industry tree that as he said in politics nothing new has happened since seventeen eighty seven and now we had the opportunity to build something from scratch and what I talked about from the beginning was the idea of design we set out to help design the policy that would form the regulatory framework in the state of California good good and and we spent two years almost two two years in development I would say meaning that we knew when we got started in two thousand sixteen in April of that there was no operating business until January two thousand eighteen that was when the original medical policy was set to start and we also knew that there was likely going to be a referendum on the two thousand sixteen ballot that would also dovetail timing wise with that two two thousand eighteen January launch lo and behold in November of two thousand sixteen. Most people remember that for a different reason we in the cannabis industry remember it as the Referendum Brendan passing prop sixty four making cannabis legal in California and starting with a two thousand eighteen January date all right so now in that initiative did did it have have a role for district distribution. Yes so <hes> we along with the teamsters <hes> the League of cities and several other California distributors got together and formed a lobbying coalition coalition to negotiate with the powers that be in Sacramento the legislators the administrators the governor's office and try to figure out what policy would come together between the medical real policy and the recreational policy so governor Brown in January two thousand seventeen stood up and said I don't really want this to be my legacy but I do WanNa make sure of one thing and that is that we don't have to separate separate policies. We need to have a single policy framework that includes and marries what we've voted on in the legislature <hes> on the medical side and what the citizens have voted on the referendum side so that started a four or five month debate in Sacramento between the folks on the distribution side who were vying for control distribution and those on the other side who were the cannabis cannabis folks the old line cannabis folks largely who wanted distribution to be less mandated and more loosey Goosey and that's what they got in Colorado Washington Oregon and Alaska <hes> we ended up getting what we wanted ended up which I describe as three exclusive jobs for a distributor now is that it do you have a license for that. That's correct so there is now a type eleven distribution license in California that. Requires that distributors play a role in the system so tell me what that means now now now. If there is the license I mean I'm I'm thinking about beer. I mean in in the people who seem to be making most of the money is the beer distributors. Oh the brands make a lot of money. Well okay all right but what I see most of present publicly is the distributors that's right and the reason why so you see distributors most publicly they are the ones who are in the stores well and they're the ones who are local so the beer industry has gone to a national footprint where most of the beers that we drink <hes> with the exception of the Craft Beers are national brands and international brands where you wouldn't see anybody from the brands themselves because they're not here who you would see would be the distributor wraps who are on the streets in the bars in the stores deploying being the products so if if I wanted to go to the beer industry to get support for whether it was a nonprofit donation or something like that I don't think I would go to the clydesdales. I think I would go to the local distributors. That's correct. They might go to the Clydesdales to get you the support that you're looking for but in essence what a local distributor in the alcohol and beer industry is is the local rap nope for the brand and that's very lucrative it can be yes and the reason why it can be lucrative is because it is built to be a scale business. It is also built to be an olive coppola business where every regulated distributor environment in the United States whether you're talking about beer or wine or petroleum or her pharmaceuticals it is always oligopoly overtime and that's because it's a race to scale and once a single entity gets to scale it becomes incumbent on the rest of the entities to combine combined so that they can reach that scale and compete with the scale operator and now you have two or three entities so how does that affect cannabis distribution in California well. It's a great question so cannabis distribution in California was is built similar to the beer business and that means that the distributor has three exclusive jobs job number one is transportation job number two is tax collection and job number three is test monitoring so let me explain tax collection and test monitoring what it means for the distributor to be the tax collector is that when the excise tax is paid both by the manufacturer facture the grower in the canvas and by the retailer so both of them have their own excise taxes those tax transactions are actually collected on a monthly basis by the distributor so the distributor will make make sure that when he buys product from the manufacturer it already includes the tax because then he pulls the tax out and pays it on the monthly basis manufacturer you mean grower or is this another overstep. There's another step if you're not talking about flour so what we all remember as cannabis is the flower that you put in your pipe or you roll into a joint that currently really that type of ingestion of cannabis now only makes up forty five percent of the market the other fifty five percent is made up of concentrates that are vape Te and products that are synthesized using T._h._c. inside of them so think about topical 's tinctures and edibles now does the distributor distribute to flowers will yes most distributors will distribute into the store. The distribution business in general tends to be a channel business so if you are delivering to a channel of stores you're gonNA generally deliver everything. That store needs okay my son. <hes> has been in retail big box retail management for twenty five years and <hes> he's tired of it burned out artwork probably much like owning a newspaper and and he said I gotta get out of this and we talked about various options that he had in and he you know in you know Massachusetts. You Know Western Massachusetts all those big big mills that were out there on the water. He said that that he he lives out in Warwick and he said you know I noticed that Athol the big mill and Ethel had been sold mitigate. Look at it and it was sold you may you may know the soul to some of the <hes> <hes> I think it was the attorney general former attorney general in Massachusetts but it was that kind of group that was coming together to buy this mill to turn into an indoor grow and he contacted him and and was talking with him and then he came to me and said and you know I have this big garage and so he's in the process now of building a grow inside his big garage and and it's amazing to see this entrepreneurial effort that was created the by the Massachusetts Law and and <hes> now they're it's. It's it's similar to what you described. In Colorado. There is a there is no distributor license it is is the deliverer the transporting license and and just to see how that that grow grows that becomes a business. That's amazing just amazing. It's interesting the story that you tell because it is a different story than in California for for an important reason California has had professional growers not only during the twenty plus years or the. I don't know nine hundred ninety nine so the eighteen years nineteen ninety-six. I'm sorry when prop two fifteen passes passed so the twenty two years that cannabis has been legal medically in California created an entire industry of growers and manufacturers if you don't have that like they don't have in Massachusetts the minute that the consumer and or the non-professional operator has the ability to participate in the market even at a small level they're going to do it. Yes and that's what's happening in Massachusetts and did not happen much in California because the market was already there. I didn't understand why but I certainly experienced the difference in Massachusetts. There is a a large a number of people who are consultants who are doing podcasts is doing all sorts of of providing information and guidance to a lot of small growers and it's just amazing and interesting I mean when when when when my son said to me you know just in this small good sized garage and he just in this garage that I could be generating fifty thousand dollars every five weeks amazing uh-huh amazing in and he said you know I can I can sell it to the to the stores the retail stores or can sell it to manufacturing. Do you want to hear what my friends in Massachusetts. Tell me is going on with the <music>. A cannabis industry sure I ask them how the store is doing this doing doing fine but mostly what is happening is trading of flour because if the stores aren't selling a whole lot of flour they're not in need of everyone's product so what happens to that product. It's certainly if you're producing fifty thousand dollars a.
"eric i" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Right. It's reports from the front this is Eric on the five freeway. On the Tom leykis show Hello Great how about. You Very well I wanted to call because I'm I'm kind of younger time, twenty four but I'm a. Truck driver so a lot of people in the industry by like older and Bye Nature but I, mean that's my job or have. Now Wow. That's pretty good tell me a? Bit about your, life why is it so happy Well problem. I must've go actually used to work. In a jewellery store was I was the manager on the floor and you. Know It's just. Such a stressful by you know a, lot of people Pretty successful at the gauge, of but, I was doing but Really handled it never, did this job I, work All three of my day. To day Wow and do you have? To have a female in the picture Oh That's like two and a half years. Ago He told me that, bitch and I, did and, matter of fact I was actually I say the happiest of my life. Plus after leaving her and just going up Oh I love hearing that have you ever heard from her since Like three, months later by a up, and found out I just ignored it but I. Kind of putting you know certain people love, I, in your phone so. If they contact you know after after Yeah you can't. Block a number unless, it's in, your phone So the trick is keep. All the numbers of all those. Haggard, you've been with before just keep all the phone numbers Message from someone. And it says hey what's up Then you kind of want to, respond this but if you know thumper it, is, you know Exactly right Exactly right so life. Is good you got more money now you see in. The country You do what you. Want you want where you want Exactly Proud of you how attributed to a little. Bit but ever since the beginning of this, year I started Leaving them putting my money away because last year. I a lot of the debt at my, car but I'm just trying to do they say and I'm very thankful for, everything Well I am thrilled I. Am thrilled Eric I'm proud of you and. I really appreciate this call I just, wanted to contribute to our kitty I'll do that Eric.
"eric i" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"On rob as website dot com and don't miss anything that's going on at rob is a podcast become a part of the rob has a podcast patron community so much going on there behind the scenes go to rob has a website dot com slash patron to learn more about how to support all of the insanity that goes on here rob has a podcast and eric to yes have you considered adding a new tier to the patronage where a for a certain level of donation you can get a life coach coaching from me yes yes perfect fairfax all right eric i thought this might be a fun way to end these shows where much much like the big brother episodes you get to hear some thoughts from the from the important players on the way out the door i thought that'd be a fun way to assign off and and also teas people to come back next week i'm game sounds good to me okay all right let's let's give this a shot as we wrap up week two of the summer of stein eric thinks that he holds all the power on this podcast but wait until he sees what i have in store for him next time if rob thinks i'm going to actually show up to record this podcast next monday he's got another thing coming have a date with jc an ice cream scoop salad tongue and several other kitchen appliances we'll this summer stein podcast be back for week number three and if so will anybody right a new theme song find out next time on summer of stein and then they got cut to like some like you know like live action from the house where they're still people people are like crying silently i have to do this again next monday all right take care have a good one bye
"eric i" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"To prevent bad guys from faking out the network and pretending to be a majority of the network participants when they're really just one bad guy all right term really curious to hear your thoughts on a response to that yeah that was so eloquent and well put eric i was try to do this strategy will you find the best argument of the other side and i feel like you'd nailed it like it was a great presentation of let's say proof of work skeptical arguments there's a lot i agree with and the how you technically explained the concept so i'm not going to go over that it's that you know you prevent sybil attacks by acquiring work to be done there's two words in particular that jumped out for me and that is a waste and arbitrary so calling the proof of work mechanism wasteful depends on your perspective if you look at were proof of work is used an i want to stress that a proof of work is not something that was conjured up were invented by brilliant as the concept in the digital world is it's basically something that exists in nature let's just reapplied in the digital world in nature is often known as the and a cap principle were animals will develop features that seem wasteful for the outside observer but then when you really look at it really serves a function for example the peacock has notice very elaborate feather pattern takes a lot of energy to produce but what it does is that not only is it able to prove that it's a strong individual animal but it's also a feature that is extremely hard to imitate from a predator's point of view and you see that over and over with these features are actually security features that are present in these animals species proof of work you can also see for example in the behavior of bees with queen bee is gonna fly extremely high until only one male is able to follow her and that'll be the one that mates with her so it's you know expend.
"eric i" Discussed on Thirst Aid Kit
"Who winnie ago that's gonna be one you ring the girl wendy let's get out i'm actually i've over that in my mouth six knives in the writing of this and the recruiting of this i am so so embarrassed i i've actually of cold in woods on myself so this travelers justce god i mean i didn't i think i i think i blacked out when i it because it was uncomfortable is hilton well let's hear what you've got boom so this week mytravel is about a certain prince eric i'm hoping that if you've watch dilemma made you will have an idea of some of the jokes that i have little inside jokes i lifted okay throughout the story okay it was the dog that did it there isn't a tinder profile the comp be improved upon by the addition of a dog max was an old english sheepdog and once i saw him on the app the swipe rights was the only right decision to make plus eric his human was handsome jet black hair and kind blue eyes and warm turned skin after a series of tax in which we got to know one another slowly i learned he liked french food and in stunning cliche walks along the beach with his dog he learned about my past as a singer we agree to meet central park for coffee and a stroll because we both loved working so much and he said as a local he wanted to show me a foreigner his parts of the world eric was rich i could tell when we met up he walked like a man in possession of a causal a confident strive at showcased everything he was dressed in an expensive looking dark blue militiary style p coats the white of his shirts in deep contrast to the olive of his neck i didn't talk much slightly overwhelmed by how procedural package was in the flesh.
"eric i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Eric i did not the now yeah yeah when he is two two go downs john is the union liam is eight hundred five two i wanted.