19 Burst results for "Eric Kind"
"eric kind" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"It. Well that'll be the interesting thing glenn because what's happened. Candace owens has been pointing this out and this. This is true as a member of the media. I've seen it too every four years right before election time. They pick a case of a black male being unfairly attacked or or attacked for some reason by police officer. And they try to gin up racial sentiments around it as opposed to not highlighting. The case of tony kimba the white guy who had cops on his neck for sixteen minutes being totally brutal and they didn't care at all about that. I'm not saying that's good. I'm just saying it wasn't a racial issue with tony and a lot of people would argue. Where's the proof that it was a racial issue with. George floyd right like it's a presumption because the cop was white and george was black but they presume that a lot and they really gin adopt in an election year. So there's a real question about whether we're being manipulated and honestly. The media has a huge role in the media. Takes a tape and they roll it over and over and over and over again. And i think the average american has no idea that in two thousand nineteen it the number of black men who were unarmed. Who were killed by police. If you give the washington post its revised number because it revised upward when they realize people were going to look at them is about fifteen depending on which cases. It's about fifteen. That's be charitable to that fifteen. The cops make eleven million arrests year. Eleven million okay and the number of white men who were killed who are who have a weapon and keep in mind. They consider you unarmed if you have a weapon in your glovebox in you're driving your unarmed. According to stats is much higher. But they say okay. We'll black people only comprise thirteen to fourteen percent of the population and there's a higher percentage than net. But you have to look at the crime rate you have to look at the crime rate of black men are usually the ones in this situation. You look at that. You're racist so this is how it goes right. Downward spiral from their facts are still knowable and the media has an obligation to present them with context. Instead of just putting a video on luke to mislead people into thinking like lebron. James said that black men are getting hunted in the streets by police which is alive right so used to be much more charitable towards the media than i am. Now i mean. I saw the same games played at cnn that i saw played at fox. And it's if you like television news it's great. It's like sausage. You don't ever want to see it made because i've seen it from the start to finish and it rarely resembles what it started out as and i used to be. More charitable l. People you know. Everybody has their own kind of viewpoint. And eric kind of you know. They're trying struggling then. I started realizing they're not interested. They're i mean..
The Only Subject that Counts (with Eric Siy)
"Hello and welcome to misinformation a Trivia podcast for ladies and gents love cool. Trivia and sticking it to annoying teens. At pop quiz, where are your host I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey jaw. We. Got A got a nice call back in the intro here I did do a fun little Callback d do You WanNa know why I did that found little. In, late and everybody. Because we have a reoccurring guest, a returning guest today that we are very excited about Eric See. Eric. Welcome. Thank you. Welcome back so happy to see you so nice to see the both of you and I'm thinking now that. You know probably there are some places still do pub trivia and they're mostly crazy teens that are yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's probably the case. So it just it continues to be. The, the intro continues to evolve but also be a kernel of truth. You know what I'm saying. So I really want everybody to think right off the bat start. Yeah. But of introspection get into the right mindset you know. So I was on our team Iquique Bowl in Chicago where it was so much on America's last public gathering. Was it was so much fun. Amazing time. And you were probably you were one of the less people that we hugged before. Yes you were the last people that are hugged as well and shared a meal in a restaurant with. Some we want per Taylor. Chocolate milk shake. Shake. As learned love and you described it the drink you to. It wasn't shrink that you chew. We really had a wonderful multi sensory experience in Chicago with you Eric and I'm so glad that that is one of our last memories of the before times. Good Times Oh. My goodness. Well, we are very excited to have you talk to us about something Eric. Please tell us what you're going to talk to us about today we're going to do more math. Top. Do. Best category on Learning League I will tell you Eric that my parents. Usually are very critical. PODCAST. They will say to me like I'll be like Oh did you did you listen to this podcast? They'll go. We want we listened to a little bit of it was. Wasn't your best you swirling much I, swore too much. They get that. But your episode was like Stars Stars Ten stars across the board. They loved Eric's episode. Loved Hello. Dave Tag Dave. Yes. Yup You got it. Right? Don't worry David Nancy Yeah they loved your episode. Solo. But yeah. Math everybody needs it. There's always a question about it. So yes, of course we're excited. Yeah. Yeah. Before I started did one Bailey who also did a math episode which is Primo episode as well and continuing the math legacy, and then you also had tangential math apps like the moon. There was a lot of math in the moon episode a lot of math cards episode. Yeah. Yeah. So much math so much math. Are you proud everywhere I am so proud I was proud of you before. Thank you eric kind. So, just to frame today. BOOT back when I was on last year of twenty. Nine. Hundred Twenty nineteen now. So the American curriculum has five strands of mathematics number and operations, geometry measurement Algebra David Analysis and probability, and so we did numbers where we talked about the history of some numbers and a Greek cult. Geometry did some calculus and talked about you know the Calculus wars, linemates. So now for today I wanted to talk about the other strands. So we're going to do Algebra measurement and probability, and then we're going to end it with America's favorite segment a mathematician you should know. Yes Right, up our alley before I start I had a question for the both of you Did you have a favorite math teacher and why were they your favorite math teacher? Goodness. I can say there was that. I had to favorite math teachers and their names escape me at the moment. Because once I left high school I kicked a lot of information out of my head, but I had one that taught us about Probability and I enjoyed like I liked that part. And I had another teacher who smells like cinnamon And he was very warm and lovely and he taught us calculus. Which I was not good at but. He was a very kind person until he got busted for throwing a math book at a student the year after I graduated and he got fired. So. That's my story. Julia do you have a favorite? Not I mean I don't think I could top that but I also had a good probability and statistics teacher in high school to like that was like I took a math elective my senior year of high school because I wanted to take like another art class and they were like Nah that won't fit on your schedule. Here's have some more math I was like. Yeah that's not fair but I did it. Well, at least you had one and I'm happy for that Matt Teachers, not usually you know the ones you out. So we're GONNA start today with Algebra and I'm GONNA throw another question to you. How would you define Algebra? Math with letters. Okay. Very good. I would agree yes. So we think there's you know it's when we stop using numbers and we start adding letters and so one of the definitions we use that that sort of promotes wineries letters use these letters to understand Patterson relations to represent ideas and think about the numbers in a problem. So you know it's like you have your watermelons and oranges and w watt among you know.
"eric kind" Discussed on KOMO
"Villainy on Eric kinds of the editor's desk. I'm Tom Hunter. The backlash to President Trump promoting a false theory that California Senator Kamala Harris is not a natural born citizen has begun, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said. There's no question Harris is an American citizen. The Biden campaign released a scathing statement to the president once again, promoting Birther conspiracies theories against Black Americans. President Trump's younger brother is in a New York hospital. He plans to visit Robert Trump later today, The White House says the president has a very good relationship with his brother and his Ah, the cause of the hospitalization or any additional information has not been made immediately available. Reports say. Robert was hospitalized earlier this summer. We spent at least 10 days In a neuro intensive care unit. Coma news time now 10 16 and President Trump admits he wants to block billions of dollars from the post office to try and prevent Democrats from expanding mail in voting during the pandemic. He talked with Fox News need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Now, if we don't make a deal, that means they don't get the money. That means they can't have Universal Mail in voting that just can't have it. Trump acknowledged that without the money, the Postal Service will not be equipped to handle the expected surge and mail in voting. He has claimed without evidence that mail in voting leads to widespread voter fraud. But he's also admitted he thinks expanding mail in voting will hurt Republicans. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Trump of putting his own political interests ahead of voters health, The president is afraid Of the American people. Has been afraid for a while. He knows that on the legit it be hard for him to win. So he wants to put obstacles of participation. Joe Biden's campaign says the president is sabotaging the Postal Service. Biting on his first day out with his new running mate. Putting the pandemic center stage casting themselves is the team that Khun tackled This virus has been sex is beginning of this pandemic..
"eric kind" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And we we are going to chat with the grand ESPN college football analyst and Eric kind of a wild day in some respects release in near near while day but one team that absolutely took care of business was Alabama as to a talk of a lower throws for six touchdown passes and of course after the game too was talking about how we need to get better here when you get there there apparently mixtape once in two wasn't too thrilled with it with his defense what was your big take away from Alabama Roland today against Ole miss. of course you know it listed below the thirty one point you know he's in not going to be happy but come on to it so a kind of a lower usually did out there with forty two thirty six touchdown passes. very good honestly is it's like a well oiled machine with a with those guys they know how to hit the big plays in a day due to how the ball down all they can run the ball I DO is so hard to stop in because we don't have to read defenses he can mold and he's smart with the ball kind of reminds me of a Russell Wilson type but he knows I have to make every single client at the stop there although the ball was the you get pressure on on how far away to the middle of your double a or I heard you was speed and then you can also order to an area which is pretty amazing to see what he's doing. Eric take us on to the field if your North Carolina player and you got a chance to be number one clubs in and your coach says we're going to what what does that feel like on the sideline. I'm I'm I'm the guy that was to go to jail but you play clubs and you hold on the twenty one point second vehicles a shoot out and you have to you could stop on but look what you've been able to do so far in making them turned over the ball you got it I think you could be able to try to play that last minute and whatever I believe the whatever the twenty seconds left out try to hold on to their and forced into overtime and give your team a chance out as a player I will I will know the chance of a wanna try to end the game especially how well they're playing a defect in Clinton just to get the ball rolling. and what it what do you make of that to where I mean the the you're right the offense the defense played fine I mean North Carolina offense of Lee got shut down for most of the second half up until the final drive but offense of lady Lauren struggled look like he was on under siege a lot there the running game going at times anything to kind of extrapolate from the Clemson's offense any serious issues there. a lot of big city does have the games you know sometimes you get caught and they want to call it track game and things of that nature on the world the numbers are up on the dash you're far more better than and you have some soldiers walking Charlamagne kind of on board I'm sure then that'll wanted him so long but that just comes alive with the nature of the game but the best part about as good teams they find a way to when he won a struggling everything's going against them I can do that hold up on a two point conversion and I even got the outside kick you out of bounds they won again that's all that matters is that W. column. it was the best team in college football right now. the the are. I like I like out of course going to find out there but what Oklahoma right now because it would hurt you look we did out there would have to blossom there he goes out to each and every game and he's always talk about how they got to get better I gotta do is better than I do about another sixty minute country right now a list of about a well improved Oklahoma defense usually in the big twelve we don't see the defense must be five other at all the door that the train others stepped up that whole Texas tech the sixty sixty hotel that isn't a considerable damage but a lot of error that ball out there and be able to hold on to what they did I think it's pretty impressive in jail in house I think he's right now he's Barcelona for the house it's game night on ESPN radio ESPN at Berkeley grand ESPN college football analyst joining us right now touch is low but about the big ten now to a Penn state huge bit all right not a big victory in terms of the opponent is Maryland is steadily gotten worse each and every week but they were impressive in it's a road game and it's a situation where you're playing at night and Penn state role Ohio state big big performance against Nebraska every big tent the big ten as a whole I it pretty pretty impressive weekend so far well let's just let no disrespect to Maryland and our fans but can state took over that statement. completely in the white shirts and they were out to allow her to compensate scored and they went out and handle business Clifford is looking for well boys only have five and completion of that game thank you for three hundred ninety eight four hundred yards which is very impressive intestate just seems the data how to recruit their adult Jack I'll tell you right then okay does a hell of a job quickly with these guys and developing them into stars and been able to have a shot out Andrea Klein if you set out a team I think is pretty impressive and something that you know you you have to learn when you got your full of course better competition but as impressive showing on a Friday night on the world stage. Eric pre should you join us should be a wild next couple of weeks in college football and we're getting closer maybe after the first rankings coming out in the college football playoff preview join us tonight. watch out but are often schedules could get pretty little coming out and they were impressive thus far be right more more land mines coming up for them thanks Eric. all right guys they're good grand here on ESPN radio game night on ESPN radio and ESPN happen by the way we're celebrating college football in twenty nineteen CF BCal's ripple one fifty it's a countdown to the anniversary day and Saturdays in the south it's coming out history of SEC football which airs Tuesday at nine PM eastern on the SEC network yeah but I've been locked in this part five of the eight part series that tells the story of SEC football isn't going to focus on the eighty so you're gonna see a lot of Georgia in there my god a freshman Herschel Walker running through Tennessee volunteers a new in stadium bright retiree of course and that is passing just less than a month later a lot of crazy is taking place in the eighties in the SEC I'm locked and loaded on that for sure and you know in in addition to the great work on the TV side to get a tune into the down and distance podcast hosted by Ivan Maisel. basically the Ivan does Justin is a tremendous job on now podcast looking at the hundred fiftieth anniversary of college football will you know kind of what we're talking about but if he does it more long form so you can download subscribe and review down and distance available wherever you enjoy your podcast in again if you can kind of listen to a taste of what to expect on Tuesday night on Saturdays in the south I don't mind being here but I'm here that show for some. check now..
"eric kind" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"This episode of dr drew after dark is brought to you by care of and bomba's taymor about that'll be later right now. Let's get on the show. <music> dr drew and this is dr drew after dark dark making sexually content unsuitable for a young children and welcome to another dr drew after dark podcast and video youtube. You'll forget we appreciate the calls at eight five three one six nine three. Keep those voice messages coming in off. Keep trying to address them and also the emails dr drew after dark gmail.com you guys make the show show and we appreciate it. Also keep wins in the sale. This pirate ship by supporting people support us. We appreciate it. Welcome to the show today andrew santino andrew welcome. Hey man. Thank you so much okay. Having i'm gonna ask you to repeat what you said to me. Before the mike heated up. I said i really am into fucked up shit. I like reading it watching it. Look at it enjoying it indulging in it. Give me the most fucked up shit. Should you can find the internet. The internet is such a beautiful place about y h every day i mean that's well when i am on there. They get it gets on yeah. It's on it's on. It's john so we'll try to do our best today to bring it today please. You should know i'm geeking out a little bit. I'm a huge fan of i'm dying up here and i thought you did a great job with entire higher. Castes just did an amazing job. Well not everybody. There was people that could have been back. There was definitely some people that you specifically erik. Griffin was really dog. Shit eric was awesome but i got to know him. He and i did the stern after show wants together eric kind of bigger guy right yea. Is he black yes. We don't even know we. Nobody can really put their finger on it. He's he's a black character in this. He plays a black person plays a black. He plays a black there. He is right. There was a black guy. He is eric nice guys ever met so. I don't want to bad mouth camp week. I i can i can but i just think i just thought it was a great show and so well done and just i is it gonna come again. No we put it to bed. I think showtime had to move forward and so good that was appointment viewing for my wife and even even though we could record us that we may do that with other stuff appointment unique still occasionally. We'll get hooked jamie thrones or something we hooked on something and then we'll point of view it for a while sunday night was appointment for a while yeah that was game of thrones and owen killing eve. Oh that's a good show. Yes that is a very we dug up but we kill dying up here..
Most of 12 confirmed cases of mumps in Alachua County involve UF students
"News who eastern washing. University, students confirming cases of the mumps comes. Eric kind says these are the first reported cases of the mumps in Spokane county, this year, a single case was reported in April twenty eighteen students faculty and staff at the school were notified Thursday afternoon. The university says the two students live off campus. The spokesman review reports university officials encourage those on campus to update their vaccinations that cut down the possibility of getting the virus, but does not eliminate the potential for being infected operations at eastern are proceeding as scheduled with spring classes scheduled to end in mid
"eric kind" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Your dream job. He's at home with his cute dog, Mony, lovely wife and partner in crime. Mel who also is producer on all of his shows and their cluster Fuster kittens, so guys please welcome to the pod. Zane Landry and melon pre one second already. I don't think it's counting topic that's gonna go. Of course. I'm gonna kick him under the table every time. He. Okay. Okay. One story is we you guys came into that our podcast world, really popular. It's the best. It's the best pocket. What's going to be? Everybody knows. What is what's the puck us? It's like a radio show that you do from your garage. Oh, interesting. So you guys came over. And and so I told Mel might get fucked kitchens coming and usually she doesn't sit in with a guest. She does like a rap saying, okay. And so she's like, wait. What what I'm like? Yeah. Tho- kitchen. She's like an stops up, your your you can meet right? And so she's like, wait. And so she starts texting her sister and her and her sister like geeking out when we I think we told you guys this on our show is we wrote a letter to your letter that sounds so. Note says we actually did we wrote on a piece of paper, I got up my quill. The calligrapher of the group. That's number one. And then you and then so she was in part of that. But then she kept trying to sneak in on the episode pleasant sneaking in I was like stocking. Tell me where differentiation, but. A cut into the booth with a no on it. And. And so you're gonna be mine. So you guys you guys hung out afterwards. Yeah. We hung out for like an hour afterwards in our kitchen kitchen. Eric kind of a big thing. So let me get high in your house. Hey, listen. That's what we like does the things we like to do this time. So we were thinking this wake. I guess you guys you guys aren't together. Because I was thinking forgotten this whole formula. I was thinking that we should have like a like a family the four of us, and we would have children together. I think it's still beautiful take the tutor children like all the Furby. We all know people think about think about the people they will come out of this group. So this is how cold start. Yeah. What it is. They tried this before I think we could do it if we can do it. Yeah. We would do it. But we would do it. Right. Every. No, we're different than that. The quote from the office create is like, yeah, I've been in a couple of colts you make more money as a leader. But you have more fun as a false. That's a fucking very long. Turns. Oh, that's the problem. We're for Elvis not we would die in an hour. It's bad idea. It's about I know we don't shoot it down. If we have a big enough compound. I think we could make this FM would be. Yeah. We would have a compound. Yeah. We'd have to start a go fund me though, we need drug money. A couple of phone calls. Also, also special brownies. It'll be fine. We we we just all of a sudden start a pot growing business. We you know, what that's like. It would be it would be vegan pop. Yeah. But I had you guys know John Salley the best ball players. So he has a vegan wine, and he came on my podcast. So a while back, and he was talking about his vegan wine so confused because I just assumed that all wine was vegan. How's that? You learn about being the end is that NAS how difficult it is not that it's so difficult, but more that process away things are made commercial..
"eric kind" Discussed on How I Built This
"So so you guys, obviously, very different personalities. Totally different skill sets. How did you figure out who was going to do what I think it kind of came pretty naturally again? I there was no way. He was good. Trust me to do. Chemical engineering. Yeah. I mean this skill sets being so different. We kind of had to spread out on the field but early on startup, you're doing everything. Right. So Eric was didn't have any formal sales training, for example, but he was very much on the sale side of the business leading customer relationship development. And that sort of thing is that harder for you to do, you know? Yeah. Probably a little bit. It also required me to do things. Like, learn finance, right? I have no formal finance whatsoever. But you know, that's that's typical in history. You were more comfortable being in the background and letting Eric kind of be the face of this to investors and partners and customers. Yeah. Part of that's around my internal motivation. Which is I am oriented the way that I am introverted. If you wanna call it that. But also, I'm I'm much more. This is not a commentary on Herrick. I'm much more just sort of internally motivated about trying to learn new things and get better at something. Get a little bit better. Every what are you saying? Yeah. That was the caveat. So so yeah. But I think that that you know, to kind of bring that around that's actually really important in a business is that you have separate roles that you can that you can play, and it actually was very much to our benefit. I mean, some of our very early sales pitches that we talked about on the show where Eric was out in front of the customer, and I was kind of squirrel in a way trying to figure out stuff. In the meantime, and trying to get it all to come together at the right time. Yeah. You know, we've had episodes where the founders co-founders split up, and it's bad, you know, and it it's it's actually more common than not your case is almost unusual because you're still friends you see each other even though you've gone your separate ways. And you both have separate companies today which will talk about but there must have been tension. I mean, I mean, they're still business decisions that have to be made there still processes. So how did you did you deal with that ten? Yeah. And you're under extreme stress in pressure. And you do this as a partnership, and I always tell people it's it's a lot like a marriage, but it's it's even harder because you can't have makeup sex. So you've got to find alternative ways through it. There's so much. I could say right now. But so much of the tension of the two of us of these very complementary skills, and you can see the tension in our our brand in great brands have tensions. Right. So we had to find healthy ways. And I think we understood each other well as friends and it took a few years, but when we really learn to understand each other, well as business partners, and what are different work styles were like, and we could respect it and understand it. And then we were able to support each other in a completely different level. It's just been amazing. I would just add to that. We've fought like cats and dogs we hated each other's guts for and you live together. I don't remember hitting you. That was good score. One for you. And we actually had to intervene in it. But the key for us was recognizing that it was way more important for the business that we have a constructive relationship, then to get our own individual way..
"eric kind" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Much like politics gets gets very local very quickly, but also recognizing kind of a local dynamics of market power than kills. You highlighted, you know who controls the money can control a lot in the in the industry, but it's not just kind of broadly and kind of money in absolute numbers, but local market power can can actually can help dictate in her shape what that Roker market looks like an example. Just being we see a ton of consolidation across help systems. They're amassing power. We're seeing continued consolidation. Across insurance companies approval looks like it's going through. And so you know, you kind of wonder who who gets stuck in the middle, right? What are they kind of consolidating market power against in on the payer side on the people who actually can barris can pay the bills. You got the government and you got something should employers in people in. So the government mass, a lot of money in has significant amount of market power, broad basis and Calcio much deeper expertise in that one. But you know, when I think about employers in consumers, they're, they're getting pretty stuck and they aren't consolidating their market power in the way that these other players are. So it's just another key consideration as we think about how do we, how do we align? How do we bend the cost curve in hard? We drive change the fact that a lot of the people that are footing the bills are kind diminishing market power on a local level. Really good point there around kind of some some of the policies that we're seeing come out from the federal government today that have historically come out and Eric kind of bring us full circle bacteria. Original question around go to market, go to market is largely dependent to on what the policy landscape looks like. And so we've seen, you know, a ton of successful companies be created the acquired, be spun out again, based on policies, prominent federal government. And I think you know, when I was at navy health building out there, bundled payment program. The benefit that I had that I had a government deadline looming for deals to get made. And right now the market is so overwhelmed with solutions that I think sometimes our our buyers, if you will, in those buyers being benefit managers in chief medical officers of these risk based organizations. There's so many choices in there's no looming deadline, which does kind of introduce a whole nother kind of go to market market fit in, obviously, sales. Partnership development cycle that they can be quite difficult to navigate at times? Yes. Yen, Kelsey, I think he he hit on a really key point that you know after tempts people shy away from from healthcare because of the pen stroke, risk around regulation, member regulatory environment, and then quit. You know what we've seen and what you definitely saw an avid is that there can be pen, stroke opportunity, right? The changes in policy can actually open up new markets. It's not necessarily something to be feared. It's something to to study the aware of really good point, a co-chair health data Pluess in one of the main topics you know that we talk about is the proximity to policymakers that convenient that can beating kind of conference allows for, and it is an incredible opportunity that we have kind of broader Silicon Valley community have to associate understand actually influence policy in I by a couple of companies that here that have been completely hammered with the fact that you can actually write the government in Email as to what you think should be done in, they will listen to it. And so I think that that lens to, regardless of who's in. Empower at the at the presidential level. I think the folks that CMS in HHS really are true partners in our capacity to actually shift the market and actually bent the cost her in healthcare in folks are eager to do that..
"eric kind" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You've got white MAC, I've heard of gray matter. Yes, what we think of the brains being gray would actually it's two things. It's great and white the gray stuff kind of think of it as the computer processor part the little clumps of neurons that process information. Computer chip. That's the great. Where's the white white matter? It's like the connections between all these commute, computer. The white matter. In other words, is what moves the thoughts around gray is where the the thinking happens and then white as you move the thought from here. Exactly. Yes. They transfer information from one end to the other case, if you've got your you've got your white what y'all lean thought she would see when she looked into the brains of people who lie a lot. I thought out we will see a reduction just some piece of it not there. Yeah. The missing something. Specifically, she thought she would find less gray stuff less of the thinking. Why would it? Why would why? Because that's what she's seen in other mental disorders, Eric kind of like this. And if you think about in a really simplistic level the graves where you think your thoughts, and it's also among other things where you crunch you moral calculations and liars, she figured have trouble in this department. So maybe they have great that was okay. But when she got the pictures back when she saw was such a great increase. It's more and not the great more white matter. White stuff. Lot more twenty five percents that a quarter to twenty twenty five percent more connections in their head the non liars. Yes. Before we get to what that means. What were you thinking when you saw this? I was really bobbling. I thought this was this was something something something something here's her idea. So far ready? Yes. She thinks that these extra connections play a crucial role in a kind of in the moment, storytelling. That's essentially what lying is coming up with a story on the fly. And let me give you an example. You're leaving work. You're alone. In an annoying..
"eric kind" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Only can we grow these things but can. Someone make, money doing it which. Is why we're here we want to transfer this technology to the industry you know so moving forward. If you're going to grow a fish that's forty or fifty or sixty days long for. Larval period they, better be a higher dollar fish which is one of the nice things is at. Blue Tangs do command a relatively good price you know moving you really, don't want to, start with a cheap fish long. Larval duration that's probably going to be commercially viable species so that's that's all Also too you know helping. To shape what species that we want to focus on. Moving forward so mad and Eric kind of going back to you, know the, final couple days or month or, week what, was sort, of the feeling of you guys and, everyone was living in breathing sleeping the, blue Tangs I mean what. Were they doing you know what kind of things, were going. On that made, maybe made you think that things were, getting closer even before they actually settled out I'll have my, own little pessimistic slight too because I, am sort of a pessimist so I thought at multiple. Times during the trial that we had. Failed and, they, are not going to settle they're not gonna turn blue, but, while we. Learn so much during this trial and and. So the, feeling fear That's, the feeling is what's going to. Be wrong today so I'm sure and of course the excitement was building as we were getting closer and closer and then of. Course when they were turning blue it's not something that happens within, a day. Or two either and. So and that's that was almost a funny paranoid. Little time. As well when some of the would, say oh they're turning blue and I would say no they're not they're they're just. Still gray and grayish opaque color that they have, and so, that's almost fifteen days just that process alone, so that was one of the longer developmental periods of just the colorations of very long? Flexing doesn't take. That long, as a few days? And settlement doesn't take that long it's a few days but that seemed to be from my standpoint almost the worst part of it it was?.
"eric kind" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"On on the website like on like the the like when you go to the website for the tour it's like hosted by zach fox heckling encourage which i was like what yeah outside off on that no no absolutely not and i talked to them about it and i was like hey if you want that like you gotta know like it's gonna be it's going to be like ten times worse for anyone who yeah but it's not like doing stand up i'm not doing standup i literally am so i would love for it to be that kind of situation where like they can fuck with me and i not like what are you doing i will literally throw autism lake because they they like hit me about that oh yeah that gig and you like i i've like i don't do anything like i do a lot of stand up but like i would be very bad at them hosting just like hosting like a thing like that but i think that you like shit like that scanty really jerry someone's feelings like i don't think there's a there's no adult swim fan who can say something worse to me than shit that i've heard like yeah at a actual club or like on the internet like totally why did it say heckling encourage is that like a bad graphics i'm her does that like something they're trying to create at the event vibe that they're trying to cure it i think eric kind of brought that to them in this way that's like oh yeah like you go see eric andre live and it's like i didn't we should probably cut this 'cause i don't wanna talk shit about the people but like but yeah i mean anyone who heckles me is is only opening up yeah to that's not we don't need anything.
"eric kind" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Jafari coming off the bench here hopefully see those minutes obviously ramp up you know he's the guy who actually could make a big difference for the bucks even over the next couple of months even though obviously it's going to be able to a process getting him back up to full game shape and full game rather so as we go forward here they're going to have a very tough decision to make when you look at not only you parker this summer but then the following summer when you have the same decisions on guys like khris middleton and eric bledsoe for the bucks yeah i mean that's that's part of the question what is the best one to three combination because you've got four guys who if you add bledsoe in middleton in twenty nineteen are going to expect they contract you assuming they're around obviously they saw another year left on their deal after this you know i think the thing is you know he's different from those guys in that his basketball you know god willing is still ahead of him i think chris and eric kind of are what they are more or less of bitcoin bledsoe is looked pretty bad last couple of weeks you hope that he can kinda recre discover some of the formulas offering here early chris also you know it's been up and down but certainly can't argue with the numbers he's putting up this year those guys come out with the are you know i think guy obviously a number two guy on a on a great team they're probably number three number four is you're going to be that number two type guy still long ways to go before you'd say he is but certainly at his age you know if he stayed healthy he at least has more upside to kind of get to that spot so i i think to bari is a guy that it would be very very difficult assuming you keep going to the summer very very difficult let him walk for nothing again they're they're probably waste bucks even if you were to get a near max contract that they could manage to keep having to figure out later so again i think you know there's sort of the near term trying to figure out get him up to speed get him integrated with the rest of the team is he the best fit with jonathan chris in a long term.
"eric kind" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What you think of when you think of meat so excellent question shen those business models i talk about one of our of ways we are going to grow the company's by investing then some new emerging models and simultaneously thinking about ways that we can disrupt ourselves so there are plenty of opportunities for companies to be disrupted we wanted to disrupt ourselves so that investment you're talking about his memphis meets actually based in chicago but they have the memphis meets brand and what they are doing is taking cells from animals that so not raising and then harvesting animals taking cells and essentially culturing those into a meet alternative so it's very interesting technology it's still very nascent but we're also the investing in companies like beyond meat so plantbased protein introducing our own online of of plantbased protein so it requires a lot of different solutions sebeih sustainably feet in the world and those are just some of the examples that we're entering into tom you also said i in a presentation last week at that tyson is planning to cut greenhouse gas emissions by thirty percent by 2030 how so you think about the stages of one into those areas of our food production what we control within our house basically those are pretty easy for us to go to the things that are difficult are the things that are really what phase three which is we're not vertically integrated and cattle when our vertically integrated but for small amount on pork or pods so we have to work with cattlemen and producers to make a big change in the system and so that's where the majority that will come from his third getting out after those those emissions and particular says relates to cattle you have also been eric kind of reshaping the company when it comes to what business is you wanna be in what possesses you don't wanna be in for example i believe fake frozen of some of the frozen food businesses are you going to sell some will give us idea of the kinds of lines that you'd like to sell may it's the what is it they've frozen i can't remember frozen food assets it has to do with the up at some of its on the block right this is the bands foods that's right business but you wanna buy others what what kinds of.
"eric kind" Discussed on WJR 760
"The good this i'm graham mitchell wjr traffic first from the deluge ar weather center after a cloudy start to the saturday some sun will begin a breakthrough timeshare the afternoon hours in with wins out of the south and southwest the high will hit fifty partly cloudy tonight the low thirty two and sunny tomorrow the high near fifty from the weather channel i'm meteorologist jeff marr on newstalk seven sixty wjr currently thirty six degrees i'm are meadowland jim wjr news next news at 7 o'clock or whenever news breaks we should have those dramatic people into the studio it's been a wild maybe a couple of years since we visited with them their eric kind of a detroit tradition so we'll have to work on that one as well but the you see how festively gotten here with a point said is and you see the lights that lori is put up over a little bit of a i'm heading down that went on meaning i very good come on down as i fill our listeners in on the wonderful world of sports in update you to on what happened line last night in the nation's capital were the hot pistons everybody's buzzing about how how great they're playing the season and they were tied with washington there in the nation's capital at twenty six after one they have what a six point lead at halftime twenty six to twenty so it was fifty two to forty six at halftime right and then they start the third quarter and they were outshot by washington seventeen 10 nothing the pistons didn't score eight point for the first six but not the not the laugh at pistons va they didn't score a point for the first six minutes and they want up losing to washington one hundred nine the ninety one and stand van gundy ah added the.
"eric kind" Discussed on Do By Friday
"In hopes why can let me ask you guys a question why is it that i every morning i have to wake up and i have a piece of like like thin like a whole wheat seed bread with a slice of avocado in it and and egg whites and then go by business and just try to get through the day with some sort of semblance of energy and health at the end of the day and fucking donald trump is out there eating rice and two pieces of cherry pie and what i presume is a cocacola and the man's never gonna die he's got me friday as he gets re president and he's never going to dine evren lies about his golf score what kind of on fucking world are we living in that i have to you my scrambled eggs whites in the presidency to pieces of cherrie pie and he gets to be president he's a good boy unita blood boy do you think trump using letter loyd boy yeah i don't know like a bernhard kuhnen like you just pop them open just by saramago ankle what if because you think like a donald trump jr looks looks like a child of donald trump whereas eric kind of looks like a sickly clone so it's exactly what he as father power unwanted shot okay a father is changing the way that millennium by brand eric eric trump is basically a hit disabled to budel link uh let's see i'm sorry to dump this on you i'm happy to help optimists said he looked at her closely her tearstained face and puffy eyes metaphor.
"eric kind" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Some fellow highprofile i'm hitting rome inappropriate behaviour with girl aljisr walmart hired regardless of the warning people helpful takeoff they're all about it warring it school a lot higher him the only way whilst unlike some administrators need to lose their jobs doesn't an appropriate while or were eric kind of longer there now that i honestly i'm now the price here that all very felt that it never called end of carbon yeah definitely if you're going arthur advisor appreciate your insight thanks a lot amanda triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 more pat gray unleashed coming up my patriots supply is how you can get prepared for any eventuality we we never know what's coming when we never know what kind of weather event will take place and you know whether the the food supply will be interrupted for a short time but it it's really nice to be prepared in case anything like that happens usually americans don't prepare for emergencies until they're right on top of them and then a lot of times it's just too late but you can get prepared be four hurricane strikes or an earthquake or tornado or you know huge snowstorm that shuts down the city for a while with america's most trusted emergency food storage provider might patriots black great people give them a call today the walk you through your of food storage preparation right now you can get one hundred and to serving survival food supply which includes breakfasts lunches and dinners for less than a dollar a serving to get this special call triple eight four eleven fifty to 93 or just order online at prepare with pat dot com set aside this food storage keep your family safe no matter what happens again the number to call triple eight four eleven fifty to 93 or order online at prepare with pat dot com crawl on police radio network.
"eric kind" Discussed on No One Knows Anything
"Eric kind of favoring tipping try and tip the scale and favor of leftwingers because what they are looking for is is the general understanding is what they're looking for his weakness in the western world right they want to they want to be a superpower in and in one of the big things to as irs dispute about whether it was really to helped donald trump win the election or to damage president hillary clinton before she took office i i think it's so important that were that were talking about this in this way because i think the going back to facebook talk about how like you know it's it's unknowable in terms of its size and and will and what goes on but like i don't think we can discount right now just like how much damage this is doing to their reputation how much there now keenly aware of that and like even just you know he gives you a last week or the week before facebook saying they were gonna you know try to figure out provision to make their adds more transparent in terms of hino who's who's buying them if that sort of is the big thing that comes out of this investigation with regard to facebook dead going forward political ads will beat will have dislike standard level of transparency instead of disorder dark murky situation we were in the last election like that is a massive step forward and that is a it doesn't mean that there's going to be like a huge smoking gun is just going to be like a little bit of boring regulation that could really seriously change.
"eric kind" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Immature somewhat chauvinistic somewhat misogynistic male of the late nineteen 80s too early nineteennineties would you throw the brilliant label on him i would hesitate to use the term brilliant when it came to dice he's very selfaware he tapped into something very popular i would call him i might go so far as to say he borders odd neargenius borders on neargenius as generous as i can be no not i mean i i'd call mitch hedberg ingenious i called steve martin a genius george karl at a genius richard prior cetera i don't think i'd put dice in that genius category maybe i would if i really thought about it though he unveiled reinvented himself well if he comes on the sean fair put them in that category because in anybody who peers on the shows a brilliant genius you know why i would say he's a brilliant genius because he had that i album dyson the hbo special that went along with it and every body was watching it i mean every but you couldn't go anywhere without me respond awesome nursery roxie you then i think in his mind he got to popular and i would i would confirm this with him but he released a double album called the day the lab after died and i think he wet intentionally one hundred eighty degrees away from where he was on his i am not started doing real cerebal jokes heated jokes with no punchline just to see if people would laugh almost an any kaufman anti comedy tim and eric kind of thing and it escaped a lot of people and faded from the public eye and i think canada that's the way he wanted it so i would love the chance to talk to him and he would probably not answer any of that amman it it though i was in a woody allen film okay beer meet the air ready modern that well asia i got to talk to die amman it seventy seven five seven nine one or two five is our number and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five.