19 Burst results for "Farland"

"farland" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"farland" Discussed on Filmhaus

"Much like the easter eggs in venom. Which i'm sure there will be many. Can i need to ask what we're all of your thoughts on the first minimum film. The accent is confounding. One of the dumbest movies i've ever seen. It's like it's bad. I love tom. Hardy and i do like him for that movie but he talks like an adult baby. It is. it's so crazy. I don't know i don't think eddie brock. I used to be a reporter journalist. I'm eddie bra saw way. Now you don't is one of the best things i've ever screen. I see by that because in the moment on my business awful strange and then i realized afterwards No that was the good part. Yeah i i think we're all in the minority because people seem to love that movie. What's up with that. What people realize like everything. People love snyder attack. Snyder moving had that realization when the trailer of the first trailer for this movie came out. Because i like like the bunny parts in the first one where it's like veneman tom. Hardy like arguing and stuff martin. They had that they had that part in the trailer for the second one. Where they're just goofing like. Oh i want to just having some goofs and people are like this sucks. I hate this part. That's what those my favorite part of this whole thing. I guess like thirty years too late because venom was hot. Shit in the ninety s. I guess maybe it's twenty five twenty years to. I don't know but then was hot in the nineties. I cannot explain how hot than todd. Mccartan farland lynn. To not on purpose. No you can.

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Bringing Innovation to Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing

The Bio Report

05:50 min | 10 months ago

Bringing Innovation to Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing

"Farland. Thanks for joining us. Please join me. We're going to talk about or a biotech selling gene manufacturing and the company's efforts to use its platform to bring scouts to the manufacturing of selling gene therapies. Perhaps we can begin with the problem. You're trying to address. How gene and cell therapy is generally manufacturer today and what limitations do existing processes place on access and growth of the market. So i think Selling gene therapies are manufactured in a very similar way as when i scuffles in academic laboratories so that is very manual cell-culture prices which involves quite a lot of people Manley moving cells around the lab genetically modifying them dana cell culture expansion purification and really as you move towards the clinic what The major thing that happens is the those labs academic labs get tun into. Gnp manufacturing sweets where everyone scanned up. Sorry not any of the original problems with being highly money A manual prices in very labor intensive. But then you put on top of that. All of the Extra cleanliness requirements to jam manufacturing. A new end up with really expensive manufacturing prices. That require lots of people. Lots of very high school people actually and also a lot of spice space you need of the amount of Manufacturing facility need to produce a single device is very large. And what that means. Is that if you were to mention. The largest jam. Pay manufacturing site that you could ever imagine struggled to produce more than thousand isis pierre site. That's that's a major issue is selling therapy. Looks to move beyond our initial successes with the coffee therapies full for blood cancers and as we move forward. We're moving towards some really large indications where it's not going to be a case to just produced a fee thousand doses of therapy wigan each produce tens of thousands thousands of doses a moment as it stands. This is physically impossible. It can actually be done. There's no papal The space required is is mind boggling. How much of a bottleneck does manufacturing. The growth of these technologies is commercial products. Yeah this is the major concern. I think a lot of paper looking around investments In this space and they won young startup to have a clear To manufacturing scale and the reason for that is they've seen the struggles of the early entrance into the into the space and it's quite clear the you know the the there. All potential kills under development in very early startups. We may be in a situation. Where unless we get we get a grip of this manufacturing issue. Some of those early startups might stop not to get funded as people start to wonder can have make return on investment in in products or a biotech has developed a manufacturing platform for sale gene therapies. What is the platform consists of. So we've we've gone to some length start with the design for scaled up manufacturing. So how would you manufacture hundred thousand ices back engineered to a single unit on a lab bench and may shoal the pricing unit we designed which intensifies manufacturing automates manufacturing can still be used in an academic lab. So you can still do. You'll preclinical what the amount studies on a on a single already by pricing unit. But the real trick is is the the system is being designed to scale basic level. We've put a load of effort incident. Intensification of the volume. The physical volume needed today. This kind of process and we've come up with some really a novel engineering solutions. Which means that we can stack units horizontally and vertically. They're about the size of a microwave. And because we've brought in the stock ability. What you can do is you can stop envisaging. Scallop of your manufacturing in quite a small area getting to really high three putts. How does this change the manufacturing

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"farland" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"farland" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"Just probably two or three days ago. I have been seeing this patient. Who refuses to see anyone. she's she has had asper her diagnose as an intractable migraine without aura and she has had migraines as a child. And she's in her late sixties now and She said this to me. She's like i go anywhere. They make me more dizzy. And i just don't wanna do it anymore so That was that was a red flag for me. And i was like okay. She's someone we need to really start from scratch from the bottom but there was a very interesting thing She mentioned and it came across my mind. And i thought. I'm speaking with you. And i'll probably ask you this question. She has been extremely sensitive to light throughout her life but now she has been getting a little bit more sensitive to light and i Randomly answered the question if she has cataract so she does have cataract but they're not ready for surgery yet. Have you come across And hypersensitivity in people if cataract if they have cataract or like Things like that. Yeah so this is a very important point when caring for somebody with the subaru migraine. Vision is the key word here. You must be very aware of their visual abilities. And whether or not they have any vision diagnoses. May you mentioned cataracts. That's of course very common in older individuals but even in younger individuals were seeing people who are wearing contact lenses and they may have unusual. Contact lenses like bifocals. Contact lenses for one near lands in one farland's we also were seeing patients who have progressive lenses And these progressive lenses multi focal lenses can be particularly challenging or obviously patients but in but especially for patients with migraine and In this patient you mentioned it while it's true that Early cataracts can be problematic particularly people who have sensory sensitivity I also would one know whether or not this patient has any visual issues. Such as are they wearing multi focal lenses or say are okay and then is there any strong business or oculus alignments now okay. So soon as i see a patient who's older with sniffer migraine. Break the bad news to them. Which is in my opinion. They should be wearing multi focal lenses. And of course it's bad news because they look nice and they're expensive and if patients already have them they like the way they look and they don't want to buy new ones but I think it's really important to have a conversation with your patients about their vision. Multi focal lenses are challenging. Because they're only infocus more or less in an hourglass pattern and upper right and upper left. Gaze is blurred by design. That's the way they're designed and.

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"farland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"farland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Expected to come ashore sometime tomorrow. Remnants of the storm would then bring 1 to 2 inches of rain into the tristate late Saturday. Into Sunday. Crews continue to work this morning repairing a gas line that ruptured yesterday, sparking a huge fire in Montgomery Construction accident happened where the city is building a new $7.5 million roundabout that will eventually improved. Traffic flow into the downtown gas line was punctured by a construction vehicle while then striking a power line, creating a large gas fire. The cruise had to fight for hours Wednesday afternoon. As thick black smoke filled the air. It happened along Montgomery Road just after 2 30 at the accident entrance ramp to Ronald Reagan Highway and Interstate 71. Duke Energy said they isolated the gas line, which allowed the remaining gas to burn off fire crews battling the blaze, getting it under control. Almost four hours later, Three people were hospitalized with minor injuries, and there have been reports of damage construction equipment. I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700 wlw Tis a police investigating a pair of deadly shootings 50 37 year old brandy Farland got down on Harrison Avenue in Westwood just before midnight, and there was another deadly shooting A Mount Auburn Earlier in the evening, 38 year old Darcy Bennett was gunned down on Vine Street of ST Joe. No arrests have been made in either case, how efficient mail delivery in the tri state. The Inquirer put the local postal service to the test to determine if the U. S. P s can be trusted to deliver absentee ballots to the board of elections on time this year, and they passed. That test is part of it. 168 pieces of mail were dropped off of locations and greater Cincinnati process through the Dalton Street Post office. 93% of the letter's arrived at their destination within five days. It was supposed to happen in June but was delayed by the Corona virus today. They cut the ribbon on Homer Rama 2020. This year's showcase of new homes was happening in Cincinnati's east End features eight homes built along the river near the intersection of Riverside Drive and Delta Avenue. Those homes have a price tag of between one point to at $1.6 million. It's the first time ever home Aram has been held in the city of Cincinnati. As in its 57 year history. Another scoreless night for FC Cincinnati and another loss for the city's major league soccer team. FC Cincinnati failed to score again. Three nil lost to the Philadelphia Union. Our next updates at 9 30. Brian Combs, NewsRadio seven W W. Discover your dream escape at nem, a colon experience bespoke adventures and your own butler at falling rock indulgent wonder at the chateau, where elegance meets fine dining.

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"farland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"farland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You go. You agreeing is everything. Everything is everything is everything is everything. Two of my football heroes. No Farland Barney there. The guys doing the everything is everything on that record. How cool would that be? That's such a cool little Ted. Better than photo to be on an iconic record like that, they just they became friends with Marvin Gaye. Marvin Gaye was a huge Detroit Lions fan. He fancied himself a football player. He even Participated in training camp. One year really is a wide receiver and athletes always considered themselves performers. That's right. Kind of right and went hand in hand. Athletes love the singers, dancers. Yeah, musicians. So they became friends and barbeque today. Once you come down to the studio, I'm recording this record. You know, you guys can kind of hang out. They get on this song. I'm surprised he used it really fits, though. It fits, But you don't need it. You know, I'm saying, yeah, well, you don't need it. No, no, but that's like back then the beginnings and endings of songs were so different. You know, Classic classic record in It's more relatable today than ever with this song. What's going on Mercy Mercy Me Inner City blues. Masterpiece By Marvin Gaye. He was ahead of his time. Yes, he was, and he was singing about what was going on in the sixties, which is very relatable today. Yeah, I didn't know I was listening to your guys this morning show today on the fox and they got a color that said his brother was in Vietnam. And that's what inspired this. Yeah, That's what the caller said. I can't confirm that, but yeah, that's what the caller told us this morning. Number two Greatest album of all time is the Beach Boys..

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"farland" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat

Alt.Pop.Repeat

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"farland" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat

"That it it's made it's changed people's mindsets or it's pushed movements into certain ways people can agree with me or not. But I feel that it might be one of those catalogues moments that that helped change and who knows maybe we're going through another, you know Resurgence or a new movement because pots legalized now and then we go into film until Christmas take me down take me on a journey. Well, my the funny thing that I always look at film and television, so when you think of of someone who smokes weed not now dead, Back in the day. What did you think? Oh, I I'm going to sound like an ass know. It's just it's a concept though. I thought I've people who smoke weed. I thought of it as lazy young white guys with bad skin. Who were I just thought of like I thought about the classic Stoner, right? But truthfully the Stoners now, I look at it. And I'm like the Stoners were the ones that pushed it through the Stoners were the ones that were they were our modern hippies who were Fearless they were the ones the kind of brought it to everybody's Consciousness, but the only thing was that our own biases that you know, made us think those people were less than or they weren't as smart, which is absolutely not true back in the day you had this Stoner mentality that they were dumb they were lazy they were uneducated job. This concept of the stoner was always really negative and it was really negatively it was it was really really negative and then it start right and it doesn't mean it's right but that was the media and that's who filmed traded. We had that 70 show that had you know, you had the we'd circled Cheech and Chong still chamma chamma them had that mentality they played off it which is not a bad thing. It was totally a stereotype that was created around but everybody accepted it and the stoner did bring it in but it was always played as this kind of guy that didn't really give a crap in context. So you had all these movie references. But now when you look at people when we look at pod that is not even on T anymore that that stereotype is gone. I wonder when that little shift happened and it started I would imagine with parts of parts of states and countries like Canada being legalized that mentality shift so we had things like there's movies for example in Ted I'm going to show you this one because Ted's like one of those great movies loved head and and it's so funny. I do have a little spice ethnic Spice Island Farland if with the Randy Moss Randy little stuffed toys stuffed teddy bear. So you make the super acceptable when you have a little teddy bear getting hi to me. That's Larry buddy gets high, right? So this is the theme in the Bears game Oh, Hey, listen try this. I told my weed guy to step it up and he gave me that what is this? It's called mind rape. It's actually pretty mellow doesn't sound very mellow. Well, he only had three other batches Gorillaz Panic they're coming they're coming and something called This is permanent want spark.

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"farland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"farland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The SNP was flat. First round of the masters is wrapping up jet signed former running back time Montgomery Mets Braves at seven twenty. And now your forecasts are on the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight, partly cloudy early in the evening, then increasing clouds later, low forty five tomorrow, mostly cloudy, breezy in the afternoon. High sixty one tomorrow night cloudy with light rain, low fifty seven from the Ramsey Mazda weather center. It's currently fifty one degrees in New York. Forty five degrees in east meadow. Traffic and transit up next. I'm rob Dawson on seventy seven WABC where New York comes to talk. What does it take to write a bestseller every year meet Farland Cogan who's coming up on the Joan Hamburg show Saturdays at one o'clock, New York radio. Saturdays at one pm. New York comes to. I'm a college student and could use advice about my student loan. I had to leave school, but I still have student loans to pay back. I graduated and got the help I needed to pay back. My loan in full. We're the NFC the national foundation for Credit Counseling with member offices nationwide that provide comprehensive financial reviews and student loan counseling. Call eight seven seven four zero six six three two two or visit us online at studentloanhelp dot.

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"farland" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Now, I I couldn't get that. Didn't have that. I don't even get a real man's finger break NFL guys are crazy. Remember when Bergamo Farland was on last week at day get staring at his finger Boogers like you're talking to me. But you're looking at my finger, but we talked to Dion Sanders. Sanders has a toe injury from years ago that really still hampers him and we were talking off air. And he said his doctor said, you know, might be better. If we just took thing off, it might be more comfort long-term and choosing to lose an appendage. You know, when you're no longer a has got to be pretty tough call. Yeah. I mean football players have I think that's what tiger is do. And I think he doesn't wanna be an excuse guy. Speaking of football players who were tough, and maybe maybe deep. Andrew Whitworth is a very good offensive tackle the Rams. He's very media friendly. But after the game he talked about the loss, and he went real deep aren't going to get me to out and feel sorry for myself. I realized what this game means chairs the crap out of it. And I don't give a crap if you have a hall of fame bust, if you're a Pro Bowl or when twenty Super Bowls, then the day, you're all going, and you're all going to have the opportunity to play football or not playing football. And who you are how you carry yourself whether you pal and feel sorry for yourself is the only thing that's going to matter because that's what people are gonna remember about you. So for me, what means the most is that guy seamy home Adha, they see me confident in them and loving them. And and there for them in any way, I can move forward. It didn't give a crap the cherishes the crap. I don't know, man. I he's awesome. I he used to protect my guy. Andy Dalton Cincinnati. He's a hall of fame level player. But we never talk about offense of Lyman until they say something interesting. I don't want Nici during my Super Bowl. I just want someone to tell me there's more wings to be netted, and he went dark. I just watched the terrible Super Bowl. And now he's telling me, I'm going to die someday. I'm concerned that Andrew spending some time suppressing some emotions that's like you just lost the Super Bowl. It's okay. To be like man that stinks to be like that the end of the day. We're all going to die. Well, if we screw up today show anymore, then don't worry about. We're all going to die. Anyway. I sometimes go there. I'm like, you know, what why am I waiting the small stuff when I'm gonna end up the same place. Everyone else. If Andrew Whitworth is upset how how does it feel feel like Jagua? Ars offensive tackle where you didn't make the playoffs. They don't. He's dark. Yeah. Well, their careers are going to die real quickly. But yeah, I tell you the Rams didn't really expect to be here, and they didn't deserve to be here in some ways. Because of the way they beat the saints. Although I think they deserve to be here. But some people say that I don't think this is a brutal off quickly before the break. Let's talk about that the saints. There's a lot of you know, if the saints were here, they would have put up more points is that automatically assumed. No, why breeze really struggled the second half of the year, nor the last month of the year. The dating really do that they start out how to get Rams, but they didn't did nothing in the second half. It's it's hard to believe though with Brees, you know, with all his passing records and what he's a competent. Just the veteran just experience had he went to found a way to break through the patriots defense and get more than a field goal on the board of made it more competitive. I think a lot of people agree with Todd on that one because people on Twitter like drew Brees wouldn't have got shut out for three and a half quarters. He would not have looked flustered by the rush. She wouldn't have gone off his back foot and in that one to the end zone that Gilmore picked off at almost seal the game. Yeah. But they didn't score in the beginning of the eagles game. It took them forever..

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"farland" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"Haley, Baldwin della Bella Hadid or going this thing and you're like dude, I want to get to hang out with Kylie Jenner. If I go to this thing it's been much of money. I didn't think that no clarification. So you think he's been a bunch of money. You get to hang out with Kylie Jenner. Let me tell you some. Let me say so you're getting Kylie Jenner your day. And you know, what notes him how Jenner this is not a new. This is like well happen. Everybody was like out for all the millennials saying the same thing. Like if you're stupid enough to spend twenty five grand on a music festival than you deserve to have to sleep outside. Neat. She sat twenty grand for the music festival. That's at sucks, that's for you. But if you're going thinking that you going to hang out with Bella, Hadid and dinner. You are crazy crazy yet. Agreed. So we were talking about last episode that one of my buddies from college is in both the Hulu, and the Netflix, Calvin wells. I know his Cal wells. Did you watch the Hulu? And finally, yes, I watch both. They're great. Yeah. Which one's more your favorite. I prefer the Hoover Shen. Yeah. The net flicks. One was funnier. It was the who was just more interesting. Is that guy was anyways, you want me to you want to call him. Yes, please. All right. Cal you there? I'm here. How are you buddy, undoing good, man? How're you? How good? Hi, brandy. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. Okay. So by the way, Cal or as you probably know him from the Hulu, and Netflix documentaries about the fire festival is known as Calvin wells. But I know cal- from college went to ole miss together. Cow moved to Nashville like right as I was leaving. But I introduced him to a bunch of my Nashville friends who are musicians and stuff and all of a sudden a couple of weeks ago. I get an influx of text messaging being like, I'm pretty sure your friend cow is in this documentary. And I was like no way. And then I watched it and. Yeah. And not only Cal are you in one of them, you're in both of them. And you're also kind of like the narrator for for them as well. And and again, you know, I've just been living in your shadow. But I would dial into ninety two point one for for tickets to, you know, the lyric on the square, so, you know, having having the same name as you going to the same college has been a little bit of something I've had to deal with I saw this is like my one shining moment sort of dare to be great and order to elevate myself. It's if only for brief moment beyond the on the shadow that you cast so yeah, started having probably two years ago kind of about right now living in the city kind of this bizarre confluence of being somewhat socially, relevant working in venture capital and private equity working in ten generally in the music industry, and then just sort of being around venture type deals and NBC's had various run ins with Billy Farland who who is the founder of the festival and the and the app so any kind of knew him to be a bit of a shyster. Obviously, this wasn't covered is on the documentaries as much, but you know, you have like a kind of a failed sort of fake American Express black card trying to do a lot of like. Sicer things as far as like ripping off played and trying to have like a plane service to the Hamptons. And you know, he he had a big Mon Maserati driver. But then with like, you know, the Sindh scam..

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"farland" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"So I don't know if that like you said, I don't know what the deal is. If it's LeBron coming in saying, do this isn't happening on my watch C. I think that's a hundred percent is. But you know, I don't wanna sound insensitive by eliminating what is there just aren't a ton of pro lavar guys now, so. Year ago shut up. I mean, who cares? What are they gonna do already? He's already on the block if I want this. Oh force. Why like so wait, you're gonna stop talking LeBron's there? Now that doesn't that doesn't sound like a guy who go on. I take and say Jordan couldn't garden today. Average two point game in college. So I don't I don't. Yeah. What the hell hell that's their reports that this may be laughed at. They were blaming the zone. This oh shoes for his for for lonzo's bad ankle problems. And they're like gotta wear. These Nike keeps wearing zones shoe is going to end his career. I don't know that is awesome. Yeah. I don't I don't I don't know about that. That was just hoops hype. Rumor I read I don't know. But. Yeah. That's. I I don't even know what to say that, you know. I I remember lebatardshow was pro he loved him. Right. Because he was just somebody that went against the grain. And Dan, Dan kinda roots for those people. Right. And then even Dan when the shoes came in, and they were the wrong ones and the wrong size and they were late like the shoes came in way after they were supposed to and were the wrong ones. Wave white flag is like he's like enough enough. Yeah, they're they're like rating on their website. They all had one stars. And then they started going after people who are calling them out calling them small ballers. Live in negative on the website because he was a smaller who was running their PR fire festival. Billy mcfarland's just on their billing, whatever you don't have the fire bra. I did an hour long fire festival recap with the first guys I heard, and I thought your number one pick for the mount Rushmore was the was the one hundred because when you said it was like I'm gonna take the big man in the eighties or what was the big man the eighties. Right. I think everybody kind of soom you're going one way your pick of when they said do not say, this is Pablo Escobar island. And that's the first thing they did in the promotion video. It was the hardest. I laughed and the entire doc. Yeah. I liked him. Billy Farland said this whole thing is going to be able to like just relive the Pablo Escobar experience like women. I am I going to be beheading people like what? Which which we're the machetes. You know? Don't mean to laugh about this. I like what he was. He was pitching it to the models. He's a gay. You've just gonna take your average American loser. Then he's going to he's going to live this..

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"farland" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on The Film Vault

"So that's the best part of these to these documentaries is the the publicity team behind the festival that was hired for God knows how much money by the marketing team by Billy McFarland. The and John. Child rule, which the he's building the entrepreneur co-owners behind this. Yes and fire was their project. I'll rule partner with him and fire was their project and the decided this festival a great way to kick off this project. So they hired these publicity team that are known for wreck really clever memes. And they have this following their name is fucked, Jerry and the leader affect Jerry. What's his name pen template? Elliott tobel. Do you know why it's called, Jerry? No, all right here. Here's here's the answer. No. It's not nearly that clever Eliot quoted the same. Yeah. You know, when I decided to create the the feed the blog I needed maybe input a name Seinfeld. Which is on in the background. I'm like, yeah. Fuck jerry. That's how much I cared. You know, whatever, you know, draftkings, whatever dairy Babol, Brian sucks. Yeah. But I don't I don't even know if I ever use the draft kings. I didn't make a living. That'd be like, maybe my my, you know, the name of my my production company. Is. I can't even think of anything in enough. Shingles. Because you know, I was looking at my my neighbor's roof shingles got shingles production. You know? So yes, I'm care deflects. Documentaries co-produced, I suppose by the fuck Terry guys. Because the Hulu line really calls outflux Jerry and claims that they know a whole lot because they have an own old fut-, Jerry employees, one of the main guys behind the campaign or an axe or an axe with his name of Jerry. And he's coming clean in the Hulu one saying, oh, they knew all about it. And they're just as complete. But what's funny is even with that information? The two stories don't diverge not much almost the same story. One. Like fuck. Jerry's the master of spin right there. A big PR. They make a fun movie. Basically absolving them of any blame who loses. Like they were to blend post the day of the first here's what I recommend. It never seen either. One of these posts were in the first documentary listening if one of us off, I flex one you start with the fuck looks one. Unfortunately came out of order, I think it would be a really enjoyable to watch a fuck flex one. I kind of shows you the whole thing, and it shows these guys the night, and it's really slick and you get all idea. And then you get the inside scoop with Hulu one and you're gonna get c actual Billy Mitchell. Line through his Billy Mitchell. Bill make like he just makes shit up. He doesn't keys that we lost to the houses. We had the houses rented, but we kind of find huge just making that shut up crosses patently untrustworthy. Like you just like. If you're asking for directions news telling you directions, you got that guy's not telling me the way to go. He's sending me something wrong way on purpose. I can't believe he's an untrustworthy. This doesn't happen. More often. I think it's going to you know, what's funny when you see pictures from this like any of the stuff is like Billy McFarland is kinda stands out. Like, why is that guy there? He he doesn't fit in at all looks like Seth McFarland a little bit any relation one bit Farland Farland. I mean, he's bragging in the Hulu version about how he started making money in kindergarten or something by repairing crayons or somebody who's repairing and they never got to the bottom of how did he repair them? One person posited that maybe he was on all this coq too because he's causing disappearing and then coming back and like with all this energy. I think. Said like, oh, he might have been coke. I mean. Yeah, they got one and it was really hitting the fan. He would get on his four Wheeler and just go five hundred yards fast as he could. And then five hundred words back and then just get off and pace. What does that do for him? Sure. I mean, he passed out on the beach for the photo shoot with corona and his hand. The Netflix went also offer a one of the true what the fuck moments I've ever seen in cinema. When the guy was describing what he had to do what he was willing to do almost had to do water..

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"farland" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Now? Eighty twenty. No, I need I need full guarantee. Yeah. I mean, I'm just not not doing it. Give my house is on fire. Like, it's smokey. Farland's of everyone out of the house. I don't see like flames looking at the doors. I'll go back. You get the dog. There's like firemen like hard pass. We'll get a new dog kids. Oh, man, you're gonna get Email about that was. Peter and has let your on New Jersey one zero one point five are you doing guys? So I had a house fire about two thousand two and we had we had dogs cats. The truth and matters is used to take these animals in the catch. And try to get, you know, a state of nudity or whatever and nobody would help us. We had been opponents of cats. I would save twenty cats in a screened porch area, and we had an electrical fire that started the screen porch. And those cats that were in the screen porch wound up dying. I ran back in the house 'cause I had other cats in the house. I ran back into house five times for my cats while my mother, and my father grab my two dogs. Anybody that you're listening? I says all they wouldn't do this. They wouldn't do that one. You shouldn't have an animal why risking your life because it's part of the family. No, it's not as part of the household. You can't redefine family just because you love your animals. You note, you know, what what you think is right or wrong. If you have if you go people shouldn't even have an well the way you're talking about it. Why even have now why not because it's disgusting. You telling me that you want a hundred percent sorry. Are you telling me that I should make the dog more important than my children 'cause I'm not gonna do that? I'm not talking about children. And I'm just talking about the Pat itself while I'm talking about the children. I don't want to leave. My children fatherless for the cat is about you're bringing that up. Now, you're bringing it. I brought it up earlier what I'm saying. If what you're talking about. Would you go into Bernie fire to save your pet had nothing to do about children? When you know, it always has to do about children because I don't wanna leave my children fatherless. I'm not saying the children the fire to I'm saying, I would leave them fatherless. If I go in there, and I don't make it out. This is just for pets. We're not talking about. I'm not talking about fancy savings family members. I'm not talking about saving them either. I'm talking about not dying. So that they still have a father. But if your kid within the house, if you want in the house, right, of course, of course, ninety percent ninety nine percent chance you're gonna die now. You save your project. Of course, of course. So my point is if I have an animal that I'm a part of my family that is my kid. Well, okay. Then why do you call it something different because it's not a kid. But we gotta move on Peter, thanks for your call. I don't think he understood my point. I'm not saying that there's a child in the house, and I have to make the decision. I'm saying if there's a good chance, I'm not gonna make it. I'm not gonna divert my family, right? I guess the math changes if I don't have kids or if I don't have like a wife or something if I'm like, if I'm single and the dog is all I have as far as quote family goes, then I might be more apt to do it. But like at this stage in my life. Three small children. No. Just no, not even not even not even a thought we'll and brick you're on New Jersey one at one point five. Yeah. Thank you for taking my call. I certainly run no questions asked only reason being. My pet. My dog saves my clothes. He was given to me from canines for warriors. PTSD service dog and you saved my life from taking my own. So if anything were to happen. Of course, I guess you would label me as crazy because I used to be a volunteer firefighter in ocean county for about eight years I'd run into people's houses fired out. So I guess in your view, I guess, I am kinda crazy. Don't you think? Well, this was this a skill. You were taught as a volunteer firefighter. It was. Yeah. Okay. Well, I think there's some mitigating circumstances here. All right. Hey will we're up against clock. Thanks for calling New Jersey one zero one point five would you risk your own life to save your pet one eight hundred two eight three one one point five. It's two thirty..

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"farland" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"I do wonder, and I don't I really don't put blame on the influencers who were just paid to promote something someone who has been paid to promote something like you just there's a level of and there's like oh a legitimate agency. And everyone else like it's not a big deal. But I do think that these like over privileged rich people that could be doing something to help. Yeah. And like. Silence is deafening. Agreed. So very interesting. It's crazy that this all came out at once and someone reading the comments and now I'm rethinking I feel like maybe Hulu should have come out after net. Flicks is because it would have like filled in all the gaps of the Netflix one. Actually, I disagree. I at the time like last week. It was all like go Hulu. But now it's like so many people are saying the Netflix one is better. They had the last word. I don't know. I just the argument that it's like somewhat unethical that they paid Billy McFarland for an interview is just I can't agree with that whatsoever. Like, it's so stupid. You know, what it would have loved to watch our Kelly documentary, and then watch him explain himself that would have been epic and it wouldn't have cared that they paid him. Yeah. And eventually whatever money building with Farland is making now has to go to the twenty nine million restitution that he owes so good for gloom. That's actually helping the people who need it. I still don't care asked me. How much care how am I not? I don't they go. Thanks for coming to my talk. Anyways. That said, do you think they're going to make a movie about this? Now, I feel like it's enough yet. Oh, and Netflix did have way more footage of on the ground like the influencers and stuff because what I didn't realize because they talk about the lead up, and then they talk about the aftermath. They'd never really talked about like what happened in those twelve hours like people slept. They're in those tents. They said it was the scariest night of their lives. Everyone was like drunk. They didn't know. They were going people. They said take any tensor to like people clean their tents. They didn't want anyone around them. They start peeing on all the mattresses poking holes in the tents that no one will take them. But eventually they didn't have enough ten twelve or discuss, you know, it was literally Lord of fly. So in Hulu documentary, when they say like, you know, it's hunger games Lord of the flies. But from what I saw it was just like people don't have anywhere to go. And they went back to the airport and they're drunk now. But it really was like the worst of humanity. Well, Hulu wasn't in cahoots in planning the things. So they didn't get the footage..

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"farland" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And like the fact that you have a check off your list of all the things on the list of things for your wedding like having the dress one being solid is the greatest feeling like I would rather have a solid dress. And like, no caterer. Do you know what I mean, totally dresses the most solid thing about my wedding. It's all the numbers when we exact-. Have been watching the fire costs documentaries. And he was like is our wedding. Everyone thought I was at fire festival this weekend. It was supposed to be we're in the next prime of totally like we still need content for next year's promo. I'm gonna get into my I watched and athletes one. So that you don't have to give them views. I'll talk about all the prison cons credit where Credit's due how had they moments. The guy likes almost suck. Dick for the case of Evian customs, what someone who hasn't seen any either of the documentaries. I'm seeing people advocating on the like on behalf of either for moral reasons. Like people like I watch enough one because they paid Billy McFarland. So Netflix played Jerry media, right? And so Hulu people are like, well, I watch Netflix one because Jerry media produced the Netflix, and they are responsible for thousands of people being stranded on an island and people not getting paid for their hard work, and to me one of the arguments just like people carrying that they paid Farland first of all like, it's entertainment. I needed to see it. I need to see Billy with McFarland signal that money eventually has to go to the twenty nine million dollars. He owes people. So you know, what they're that's Hulu putting money in the pockets of the victim. If you think about that. I totally agree. It depends on what kind of person or if you're like just wanna watch it for the spectacle of it. All you probably would enjoy the net one more. But the Hulu one gives way more insight into the Ponzi scheme of it all the financials and it at every step along the way explains how this festival was never capable of happening like ever in. No world the net. Flicks. One makes it seem like, oh, we were working really really hard like we almost had it. But then it rained. And if it hadn't rained where are FEMA tents would have stood strong like even if it hadn't rained you still set up a luxury festival with hurricane relief. Tents. Right. So with a known communist still it would still have been a dumpster fire because you thought like if you paid two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for villa? Anger staying in a hurricane relief tent like that's upsetting. Even though the tent was in rained on new weren't part of a mudslide. There wasn't a Avila of stealing get what you paid for it. So I'll get into it later because we have a story that touches on some of the since the aftermath of these documentaries. Other than that. I went to the spa was lovely. He would lose the exact opposite of my weekend. Honestly I need year weekend. The of each documentary downloaded it on my I've had for the plane, but I just never got to it. Because I watched the second season of friends from college, which is just an underrated show. Okay. It's and I think everyone should watch it good..

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"farland" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Wherever you are whatever you're doing. Thank you for listening to us. So great now, I know that we're on in Burlington Vermont now at the station we used to be across the street from. Well, fabulous. We're now on in Hampton roads Virginia. On a station that used to be across the street from the station. We were you see what's happening. There's a pattern here. Getting smart. Up in Burlington ninety five triple X. Boy, I like the sound don't they used to do? It's an I had no problem with it. I thought it was great then used to they used to record our phone taps. They would write them down. And they would act them out play them back on their show. That's awesome. I thought it was it was the most incredible compliment ever. But these guys got a budding word for word a great term angry. Ridiculous. I wanted to have those just redo I love it. But now we're on the stage. Yeah. Great breaking news. Breaking Gaga got two nominations. Best actress invest of regional song Oscars Gago. She deserves announcing the NAM's as we speak. Have you seen the stars born not seeing stars born beautiful? And now also were you tooling around over the weekend? And you actually watched fire on Netflix. Nobody today talk about tools. He really, okay. So this one guy McFarland right Farland p decided he's going to buy an island in the Bahamas, and he's going to fly people in and they're gonna pay a lot of money to see a festival a music festival. They're gonna put them up and special Velez. They're going to build and and it was just doomed from the get-go. Yeah. He gets jaw ruled the official spokesperson one. Well, the thing is I it seems like when you watch the perspective of this documentary fire if why are by the way, you actually. It seems like he so solely was responsible for this mess up. Right. That everyone else is kind of fell into place behind him and just believed in him. But and I do feel a little guilty thinking this way, but I'm gonna do it. Anyway, the type of people that paid billions of dollars to go into this festival all like social media influencers, and you know, those who've are influenced by them. You kind of you kind of like, you're happy. It was then. Yeah. I feel bad. I felt the exact same. They all kind of screw. It's the same thing. When you when you drive down the highway, and you see guy standing next to his hundred and fifty thousand dollar car that's broken down your light. I would never wish that on anyone. But now, but I know that a lot of people on this show guess at his faction seeing a wealthy wealthy a wealthy person. Broken down, a Welby douchebag. So a lot a lot of people would say the type of people who were going to fire festival. Some of them were deuce bags. It was kind of highlighted when it really went down at night. I don't wanna ruin too much. But I mean it already happened. Spoiler alert coming but when it went down at night, and they had no lights how these little rich kids reacted to being in a bad situation was just out of control. They made it worse. Look it could have been a very dangerous situation because they were not prepared for anything there. But what's your question? Froggy? Was there ever going to really be a show? I think there was actually I mean every performance whatsoever with any kind of performance ever. No, no, it never happened because before the documentary before the festival even happened. It got so bad that the acts who are supposed to be. There were tweeting. We're not coming. This is not set up for us. It's pretty much set up to fail Garrett. Well, they said when you're planning a festival it takes about twelve months to do it like our iheartradio festival in our Jingle Bells. It takes over a year to plan for those. They did this and how many weeks six six weeks six weeks? It was a problem from the get-go. And then once artists started going to the venue, they realized and the. Island that really wasn't an island. It was a part of a bigger island. What's at the original? Yeah. Yeah. They the artists started going. There's no way we could do this. And as opposed to saying we're getting outta here. Because it's just bad..

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"farland" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Weather. Geeks podcast. I'm Dr Marshall shepherd, and I'm talking with Steve Bowen director meteorologist a on talking about the weather disasters at twenty eighteen and we're still talking about Michael one other really interesting aspect of Michael was the fact that it did end up being so strong. And because it was so strong and moving at a pretty good clip. It maintained its intensity well inland in the parts of the panhandle Florida even parts of Georgia really destroyed much of the cotton P con and peanut crop there in Georgia was that something that you expect it or do you worry that we will see more of that type of inland maintenance intensity? I'll be honest is shocked as I was at the damage along the coast near the landfall location. We actually drove all the way into the southeast Georgia, south west, Georgia. Excuse me to do the damage survey, you know, in we we found that there was you know, there was that one site that had one hundred twenty mile per hour wind gusts, and we actually visited that location and the damage that we saw there was absolutely, you know, matching that that cat three type of wind damage that you would expect and that was really shocking. The fact that the storm maintained its intensity so far inland was you know, really surprising. And and you know. I'm almost speechless. I don't know what to say. It's not it's not something that you typically, you know, expect, you know, hurricane to maintain that level of of strength that Farland especially that far amount of time. So no, I you know, I don't have a good answer for that. But it's something that, you know, catches off guard. And I think that's you know, one of the important points about the weather. You know, especially for me is that the weather continues to humble me. You know, I always feel like I have a pretty good grasp on unhealthy go. Obviously. I don't know everything, you know, no one does. But you know, there are still some events that surprise me in, you know, forced me to kind of go back and relook at the literature. You know, just trying to figure out what what actually happened. I I know that you've done some great work on things like the Brown ocean effect. You know inland may maybe it was, you know, feeding off of you know, what soils or something like that kind of kept it going that far inland. But you know, I'm still kind of at a loss as to what you know, kept its intensity that for far inland. Yeah. No. We thought a little bit about perhaps, whether it was Brown ocean case, I don't I I don't. don't think this one was interestingly enough in that part of the of Georgia. There are a lot of irrigation Pacific pivot era Gatien which can provide moisture, but it really wasn't the peak of the year Gatien season. So it's one that's sort of baffling to us as well. But I I know I went down to the Florida Florida state college football game a couple of weeks ago. And I was just stunned as I drove down from all Tallahassee. Just looking at all the pecan trees down. It was just unbelievable. Yeah. And that's one component of of these big catastrophe events that often gets overlooked, and that's the agricultural component. And you'll we're talking expected Eglise from Michael approaching five billion dollars. Not also includes you know, impacts to forestry, you know, in in the time of year that Michael hits, you know, they were getting ready to, you know, harvest, you know, peak season and all that stuff was was was highly exposed at risk. And you know, it's took a beating it's gonna take a while especially for the pecan pecan trees to grow back gaps. Absolutely now, let's let's shift over to the west coast because they've had their own record in destructive, weather and weather related events as well with the wildfires. I mean, we we had destructive wildfires the campfire and fires down near southern California as well. What was it about these fires that made them so destructive?.

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"farland" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Win great stuff and what dance moves. Holy smokes. That's moves that you probably would wanna break out on on New Year's Eve that was incredible stuff. And in a way, captures the essence of what makes Japanese anime. So great that they are able to do walkouts like that. So amazing choices predate it very much. Congratulations to anyway. Now, let's move along to crowd of the year and crowd is a very interesting one as well. I know a lot of crowds very proud of the way they support their stars. And the fight game and whatnot. There were three that came to mind to me in terms of finalists. Let us begin with one that we just talked about it at longtime coming for Hawaiian 'em may to have a big show Bila tour was the first to get their Bill to twelve to thirteen twenty plus Hawaiian fighters on those cards. What a scene was when Olympic Farland capped it off the win over. Valerie Latourelle look at that crowd flags. The love the shock shockers. The flower. It's all great. I loved it. So that's finalists number one finalists number two. And I'm not saying they're finalists because I am a proud Canadian. But if you were in attendance in Toronto in December, you know, how hot that crowd was power pound one of the best crowds in all of them. As to Ronco always shows up, regardless of the depth of the card main event, max hallway, Brian tak-, they were going back and forth with Teigen hallway chance they were phenomenal. They showed up for the ceremonial wains. What a great crowd. Toronto was. But they didn't win. Guess what? They didn't win crowd of the year kind of no brainer. In the end Liverpool. In the United Kingdom echo arena. They had been clamoring. They had been begging for the UFC to finally come to the echo Rena. They were waiting for the white guy to make it happen. Darren till made it happen. What a scene it was. Sweet caroline. Beautiful stuff. He fought. Stephen Thompson in the main event, I loved it so Liverpool you win my crowd of the year. I think it was somewhat of a no brainer. They were hot. They were ready. They were excited. They loved it. Amazing. Darren till I loved it. And by the way, great win for him in the crowd pop afterwards. And they were there for Molly McCann and as of right now the returning to London in March. Okay. What is next next? We are going to talk about feel good moment of the year. I have said in the past that this isn't your typical award. This isn't the kind of word that you usually see, but it's actually one of my favorites. Because I feel like a lot of times we focus, you know, on the on the punches kicks. And sometimes negatively this is a moment that I think we all will remember, it's one of my favorite winners of this particular war because of all the emotion involved. Let me tell you about a man named Matt Hughes. Hughes was one of the very best. You have. The best welterweight champion of all time. He was country. Void tough. He was as tough as they come his fight against Frank Trigg. And you're looking at it right here. Look that on the verge of being submitted somehow survived and somehow picks up Frank Trigg and walks across the cage, and then slams him and then submits him that's mad Hewson nutshell as tough as they come sadly, June of two thousand seventeen he was involved in a car accident. He was in his car, and he was hit by an oncoming train early on the reports were horrific. There was fear that he might not survive. And for a while. We didn't hear much about him. We didn't see much about him. It just kind of remained silent. We had heard that he was fighting. But we didn't know how much he would recover and then in January of this past year in Saint Louis, Missouri match Hughes return and he walked out. Out on his own. And it was one of the most emotional moments in the history of the here. This. There you see what? The. Two. Seem to. Oldest?.

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"farland" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"farland" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Win great stuff and what dance moves. Holy smokes. That's moves that you probably would wanna break out on on New Year's Eve that was incredible stuff. And in a way, captures the essence of what makes Japanese anime. So great that they are able to do walkouts like that. So amazing choices predate it very much. Congratulations to anyway. Now, let's move along to crowd of the year and crowd is a very interesting one as well. I know a lot of crowds very proud of the way they support their stars. And the fight game and whatnot. There were three that came to mind to me in terms of finalists. Let us begin with one that we just talked about it at longtime coming for Hawaiian 'em may to have a big show Bila tour was the first to get their Bill to twelve to thirteen twenty plus Hawaiian fighters on those cards. What a scene was when Olympic Farland capped it off the win over. Valerie Latourelle look at that crowd flags. The love the shock shockers. The flower. It's all great. I loved it. So that's finalists number one finalists number two. And I'm not saying they're finalists because I am a proud Canadian. But if you were in attendance in Toronto in December, you know, how hot that crowd was power pound one of the best crowds in all of them. As to Ronco always shows up, regardless of the depth of the card main event, max hallway, Brian tak-, they were going back and forth with Teigen hallway chance they were phenomenal. They showed up for the ceremonial wains. What a great crowd. Toronto was. But they didn't win. Guess what? They didn't win crowd of the year kind of no brainer. In the end Liverpool. In the United Kingdom echo arena. They had been clamoring. They had been begging for the UFC to finally come to the echo Rena. They were waiting for the white guy to make it happen. Darren till made it happen. What a scene it was. Sweet caroline. Beautiful stuff. He fought. Stephen Thompson in the main event, I loved it so Liverpool you win my crowd of the year. I think it was somewhat of a no brainer. They were hot. They were ready. They were excited. They loved it. Amazing. Darren till I loved it. And by the way, great win for him in the crowd pop afterwards. And they were there for Molly McCann and as of right now the returning to London in March. Okay. What is next next? We are going to talk about feel good moment of the year. I have said in the past that this isn't your typical award. This isn't the kind of word that you usually see, but it's actually one of my favorites. Because I feel like a lot of times we focus, you know, on the on the punches kicks. And sometimes negatively this is a moment that I think we all will remember, it's one of my favorite winners of this particular war because of all the emotion involved. Let me tell you about a man named Matt Hughes. Hughes was one of the very best. You have. The best welterweight champion of all time. He was country. Void tough. He was as tough as they come his fight against Frank Trigg. And you're looking at it right here. Look that on the verge of being submitted somehow survived and somehow picks up Frank Trigg and walks across the cage, and then slams him and then submits him that's mad Hewson nutshell as tough as they come sadly, June of two thousand seventeen he was involved in a car accident. He was in his car, and he was hit by an oncoming train early on the reports were horrific. There was fear that he might not survive. And for a while. We didn't hear much about him. We didn't see much about him. It just kind of remained silent. We had heard that he was fighting. But we didn't know how much he would recover and then in January of this past year in Saint Louis, Missouri match Hughes return and he walked out. Out on his own. And it was one of the most emotional moments in the history of the here. This. There you see what? The. Two. Seem to. Oldest?.

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Alexa Cast is Amazon's answer to Chromecast Audio, but only works with Amazon Music

The Vergecast

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Alexa Cast is Amazon's answer to Chromecast Audio, but only works with Amazon Music

"Google has something different. So I was looking, I think they've they've embraced an extended. Yeah, yes. So, yeah. What's the solution is this? I mean, does Amazon just have to do this because of Google so much power and Google cast is their thing. Why? Probably like imagine if your Spotify, right? And you're here, you're the music servants. You already have the airplay button. It's all Spotify. Just like you know the abstract, all of the protocols, of course, but your Spotify developer, and you've got to support airplay airplay too, right? Pollutes youth, Google, cast Spotify, connect. Alexa cast yet wrote Roku connect, you know, we, we, we had Anthony would on the show, has tweak. He's talking about Roku connect. Like suddenly you're the literally the fragmentation of services about you're gonna, have a bunch of stuff and you housing what you're talk to it. Some, there's something mistaken here like, so we're making some kind of mistake here when you know Spotify, suspend x. more hours of engineering time, supporting one more cast protocol as opposed to making its at better because they're also here dishes use them. Here's the thing I tweeted, some of this affect I was like, if I were invented today all every company that makes these different casting standards would have made a different version of proprietary different version of wifi. And you'll never guess who responded the former CEO of Sonos, Chun Farland, who writes, they all benefit from the internet and wifi standards and cannot do proprietary in return. They all suck house. How's their behavior different from stupid consumer electronics, who worked to make universal remotes impossible. There's just there's just every every it's like every trigger for verge cast discussions. You got universal remotes you've got, I are plaza. Hugh soda. I think these casting standards. Are there sort of a lever of power for these company? You know, it's funny about that. Is it Sonos ran proprietary one. Sned like, that's that is it's a proprietary version of institute eleven b. Now they run a little bit, but you can still buy a sent us boost and then have a second proprietary. It's true. It's I, I don't know what the motives for proprietary casting like it's not like Netflix is going to give up and just pick one. Right? It's the moat is you buy speakers that are compatible with the phone that you have or if you happen to have speakers that work with your phone, you're less likely to switch to another phone because it will no longer work with your speakers. Do you have it how? Okay, I'll give you all of that. You know, put Alexa cast in that framework. If you're the one Amazon music customer in the world, who's like thank God. Alexa cast is here because now only going to be in the Amazon ecosystem. Alexa cast is just straight up spite. It's just straight of spite for Google. It's leverage. They're they're so that when they're negotiated with Google to allow the Lenovo smart display in the Amazon. Which guess what? It's not there that they'd be like, tell you what we'll switch away from Alexa cast. If you know you, you give us something on this deal here. Microsoft needs. What. Have Microsoft just uses mirror cast by the way. Another standard in that. Is it actual, but that's that streaming. That's not just a real. Yeah, because I was just thinking. 'cause like obviously it's bonkers to think of you buy a speaker that specifically designed for your phone or computer, but like if you is it bonkers because I have a home pun, sell you. I I know I know. think I was thinking like, you know, I grew up very close to best buy, like walking distance from best buy into best buy very many times in Circuit City in was future shop. What was that other one future store? Whatever. This is this explains a lot actually, I, I grew up going to radio shack, so you're, you know, I'd go to go to best buy and hang out at like the the cell cell phone kiosk and try to like upscale customers on like bluetooth anyways. If you think about what best buys layout was, was there's a computer section. There was a phone section. There was like a home audio section. There's TV. Now if you go to best buy, it's there's the Samsung section. There's the Mike subsection. There's apple section the, you know, there's the, it's the best by turning into to specify starting into these questions of stores and their growth like they're succeeding, not necessary because they're selling stuff but, but because they sell tech support..

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