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"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

"I feel like that's kind of what happens. That's it right word for word. I heard greg do an audible sigh when i introduced spiderman though he was like when when you introduce spiderman you didn't hear si- you heard a resounding fuck you. That wasn't me speaking. That was everything except my mouth rowing out. There like you said came through your pores my mouth dunes. Those words it came into my eyes this earlier complete owner. Did you like spider verse. I love and despite a verse. That was fun in my head. That's like as good as a superhero movie could possibly get and it is comic book. It felt like a comic book. It was super cool. It was funny. It didn't take itself seriously beheaded good story and That to me is like i like these live action ones but it made it hard to watch the other spiderman who i think is good. I think tom hawkins good. And he's kind of a kid which is fun and everything but it was like perfect. I've probably seen it five times. Diverse was a perfect movie. But i would argue that they keep fucking up the spiderman movies. A little bit like city is a main character in spiderman. So you you need to have that main. What he allen spiderman is so good yeah and they just kind of keep like making spiderman they make those newsman's were good but they still are making them like teen bop and movies whereas in spite of hers was a movie for kids but was made the adult was a beautifully made move. We i mean it's the best comic book movie in a lot of thought put into everything that happened in it. Yeah sorry mom. This was your episode and i fucking hijacked why. I haven't seen the movie. So i don't have much to say on it but i did love and despite averse think you were crying when we when they ended when you and i saw together greg. Thank you seen that movie. Fifteen times and i have cried uncontrollably off fifteen. I got them always looking at me. Oh wait i like what i like about. Spiderman is and i'm not versed in superhero stuff especially on his villains are great man villains are like super normal have to be able to be beaten by teenager but like also have relationships with him as a person a little bit. Yeah and i like when the villains aren't always like did you. I'm larger and buff like did you know i'm i'm here to destroy the war like they kind of like spider destroying the universe but like it. They have like good motivation. Good relationships with peter parker grounded and the spiderman. More to what you said before. Kyle and actually it would. It would have been would have williams saying right now. Is that mike. I know you bike. But for some reason ever came out Dc was always really overpowered and marla was always more grounded like you were saying. That doesn't seem as powerful but they kind of are way like soon a god. Aquaman is unbelievably strong fast. He's four level. Yeah lash is a god wonderman. Is thor for like they're all but marbles always kinda like we're more character driven and more like powers or kind of secondary and that's what i thought about dc. It was like all of them. Were and then. Superman could beat them up like that level that it was. He's an extra guy the double god. Yeah whereas marvel you live in the whole superheroes just exist in queens universe level. Everything in dc is like where the universe level were the or the world level. Yeah marvel just j. train superheroes they get in that. We're going to wrap up the podcast here with we could go. This game is called a movie trailer. Data's describing having only wants to trailer and never having heard of the movie the game. I apologize i got i got i gotta run but you just you go. We got one minute game Okay yeah let's get more out of here okay. I'm trying to get us out here by the too easy to okay so this game. My dad describes movie trailer. He hasn't been to a movie theater since space. Jam was in theaters. So you have to get here. We go could be any movie forever. Okay he has an old time. He stopped watch. He is a specialized assassin. That is a heavy looking fun. He standing by the corn. Whether gun. Ready to shoot someone a lot of quick shots apparel and probably other assassins. This other guy just showed up out of nowhere. Looks like he got away. There was gold strapped to his back. Quick shots of a gun fight in an apartment. Exciting looking stuff on a quick action. Shots attract slowly flipping over. A new guy says the time travel. Crap will fry your brain looper utans music loop lubar louis c. Justin timberlake time travel. Were you like by time to live. Yeah yeah i'll it doesn't matter briggstone. Looper 'wow great job. When he said that i went. He's doing a bruce willis impression and i don't know bruce willis been set in the trailer. But i went this. I feel like i'm gonna go time. Travel fryer brennaman. That's bruce willis. Also you all tomorrow all right. Thank you mike. Thank you for having never seen justice league before and letting it is if either you want to let people know where to find you and stuff like that greg. Oh i gotta run. Follow me on twitter. Greg stone underscore an instagram. Greg f stone of starting a brand new podcast soon from zero. So i'd love to have some people come and check it out anyway. Thank you so much l. Be both i do. I really legitimate. That'd be pal wow. It was an effective leaving that he did say. I'm clicking the button or anything he was. He had it ready. Like a loaded gun at. I mike fenian all social media. Stand up comedy special rage against the routine which you could check out on youtube for free and i have. I have podcast as well. Irish goodbye podcast With my candidate. I also do. Here's the scenario. With mike cannon and brennan zag lower answer hypotheticals also stuff so put out weekly videos that my social media so check those out. Great thank you so much. Thank you for having never seen justice league inlands. Don't you think back anytime and for listening to the Jesus christ into two hundred of these. Were still like this. Sterling's a podcast network..

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"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

"I don't get it. So why is his lightning able to penetrate my bat suit. And why can't the flash outrun the lightning cyborg also being struck over and over again by lightning. Well well well. Now look who needs some exposition to explain the situation. We're in. I'm sorry just talking. Dilma lightning bolts contains. Our one true weakness. It's super vague as to what that is or how they manage to harness it. But it's just a major plot hole. We're going to have to accept i. Now i understand perfectly for some reason. The indu- steppenwolf singer up the the intensity on wonder woman's lightning strikes. She looks as though she's dying. She struggles to keep her eyes open. Close your eyes girl. Look inside the sound egg. You wonder woman is killed. We can only assume it's because the director is a male and insecure sex for the rest of the justice league. Looks like they're about to paris. Their fading fast just just then spiderman swinging in kyle taken away. Did anybody order starkey teen from queens who shoots steppenwolf singer in the face with his web which momentarily stops the lightning attacks. The justice league is still too weak to stand up a batman talks through labored breath spiderman. Thanks this is a justice league. Only batman spiderman spiderman airman harvey spiderman law spiderman. Saddened but i made a super cool entrance to save your lives. You're going to die. If i don't we'll figure something out. Yeah we're good thanks. Are you sure. Oh my god yes. Just go spiderman size and said swings. Back towards queens. I just wanna see for the record. Not that cool entrance. Yeah it wasn't even a pun. Steppenwolf singer regains his strength and this time uses double the lightning bolts to attack the justice league. They're all on. Death's doorstep against this is the end start a very very long slow motion sequence where we see all our heroes writhing in pain crying and dying do this for close to fifteen minutes. We even reuse some of the shots. Because hey fuck you. We only have one breath laughed. Assuming no one comes to save us get damaged or just then. Superman comes flying in. Why why is he alive again. Who cares it's fucking superman dude. He uses heat ray laser vision to counteract and stop the lightning. This is not how you stop lightning but it just looked so fucking cool he then flies towards the steppenwolf singer and punches him directly in the throat a devastating blow for someone whose livelihood depends on their signature voice. Steppenwolf singer stumbles backwards as you choke see scales skyscraper in hopes of evading superman. I i'm so high. I never wanted superman into a true. How.

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"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Right into talking about franchises. Large events huge. Mrs in this is probably the most Culturally touched on movie of this year when movies are given to us in a much different manner. So you've never seen seen the justice league and you specifically put zack snyder. Cut or exact script. Yeah i want to also preface. This by saying i've never seen the only superhero movies. I've seen i did toby. Maguire's spider-man's. I've talked to greg at length about this then i went to christopher nolan's batmans and then missed everything and saw into the spider verse with gregg. And then that's been it so that's my whole. I've missed every avengers every justice league every other spiderman after toby. I have zero every story. Based you're missing the universes. I guess is what we can say. Yeah i tried to watch. I think one of the avenger like the first avengers on a plane and it was like so it was on had two inch screen and it was. It was like the dialogue. Was so comedic louis bad in the first ten minutes even during this massive fight scene and like you know and john robert downey junior talking to a therapist about his parents or something and then it was on such a small screen. It couldn't i couldn't get past the bad dialogue to be like cool. Bang bang blow them up. You know so. I checked out it. I remember when the vendors came out inside union square on the thursday or friday that came out and this has nothing to do with anything. But it's one of the funniest things i've ever seen in a movie theater. The trailers it's packed member vendors. Made the most money every anything ever when came out is packed. And i'm there with my friend. Brian and we all have a friend who doesn't it doesn't really do stand up but his funnier than anyone we've ever known and then you brian is. He's the funniest person i've ever met. So brian's like i gotta go to the bathroom. Right is the trailer start. The trailer start. There's no sound. There's no sound so brian sitting there. I'm sitting there. We're like halfway into trailer. There's no sound. Brian gets up to leave. And everyone's like murmuring. There's no audio this fucked second trailer no audio and there's a million trailers because this vendors third trailer no audio. There's no sound in the middle of the fourth trailer audio kicks on in the middle of it. Brian comes walking back from the bathroom. And everyone starts clapping the audio. Brian walks to the front of the screen and starts giving everyone in front of the screen like he did something and then puts like both hands up like a politician entering a rally and it takes a big bound comes and sits down. He goes what happened. He wasn't paying enough attention to know. There was no sound because he took forever in the bathroom. I thought i saw zach braff. So i followed this guy. And it wasn't sacked braff terrific and i tell you a kind of a similar story. It's a little similar. But it's it's it's i. I'm on a plane. I wake up and everyone is clapping and i was like what what i miss was there. Maybe the. maybe we dived and didn't know the guy next to me goes. You were snoring so bad keeping everyone up. I elbowed you and just woke you up. And they're all clapping for.

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"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:24 min | 11 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Toast sock. And Fred Sosa. By the way you got you out a little ahead of yourself because it almost flicks back to. Joint Oh it's a real what a fun with real prices right moment. It's going to be an amazing episode next week where we have. If I. If. I had to get yourself. Joint would be the one that would want. The only way would be great is if there was a lot of fumes coming out of where you smoke from. Not, flick it sucks but I would take Netflix. Of these Middle School Let's see. Give Jay phone. Weirdly as not that is not a bad person. Yeah Jaber. I might fuck up in the moment and we're my friend anything anything. I'd. WanNa see Louis that I'd WanNa. See like there's an outside shot one day I'll see yet listen Jay's knocking to actually post something to ruin your money making ability going forward. It's just like okay. Jay, has naked pictures of your girlfriend now. So. Thank you Yes I texted them all to myself. Oh Yeah. Fine exit and email. Address just to make sure. Things up Blackhawk face. Slap it sucks. But it's just eh compared to some of these I'd rather than have being fucked by a man did you maybe should have been a Roman soldiers helmet with the black caucus nuts in your peyton manning yeah. Does just as the funniest just north good one should be like three of them. Yeah there's. A lot of these are brutal. They are a lot of the march. For the most car. Special, hello we'd episode Meiji Come in costume top costume and look at his leisure and gangs theme that always does help top costume next week here at the stead will get a one hundred dollar prize plus fucking shots and some partying. We're going to do drugs next week so. If you have cocaine you WANNA. Bring it, bring it for us. We're GONNA do with you. Whole Halloween Party managed to be so much. To, do so jail dude dude I'll get them to watch. Watch me. Fucking Soda. Lewis giving an exam. That's. Behavior not helping US Destroy Alex. Are you wanted to blow with bobby during trial week on Halloween Bobby announced both covert positive sibling do blow. That's a fucking hardcore s team is. Things you yell at your crew for and then get them on board with headed young Jamie wouldn't do blow. Cohen Positive Goddamn ready wouldn't everybody Mike. Feeny Mike. Cannon. Thank you guys so much Irish Goodbye podcast on the guest network. You guys is always man what a fun episode. Thank you so much for being here, and for the legion skaggs, we'll catch you next time right here piece. been listening to the legion. PODCAST WITH BIG J. O. Kherson release up cried for me. Of A shepherd of shitheads. Gomez. Was J goal knows if you look at me on a break, your fucking jaw I wanNA. Punch. you in your fucking nose male punt magic in his fucking head and comedian David Smith Fuck you I got to I. Feel like if I wanted to be a fucking stick your fists up your ass blew the Legion of skanks podcast. ding-dong. We're done here. Time to go..

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"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"One three. You should have let it get to the last to. Get to the last two I think we gave a by the way to still you've got to work hard. We gave our fans enough. Go figure. I got two one three they'll be done with it by morning. That's how that's how fucking little are fans have going on? They'll be like that's plenty. You give or is number he's giving your number. Yeah. He's got ten times a fan. Just, not the right dame to play through. This is not the right game to play, but it's GonNa be fun to see. We have some more looks obviously not all of these are going to make it. Okay. some of these are going to be omitted, but we have more that were submitted by fans Let's see also if anybody in the audience, this is the last week to submit these. Next week is going to be the fucking trial. So if you guys have anything in your mind, now's your fucking time will the audience in a minute here? Let's see. Oh my God, who these are. So this who these from this from you guys smart staff draw the Prophet Muhammad. Trough. Do you WANNA die like. US, they're going to kill you. Do you know what these people do they're going to kill? Your fast and loose way of playing. Golf on Lewis. The newborn. Jesus Christ. Mike Catt bringing my friend. Louis. Parents. Want to say I. Am not cool with what my candidate on the show. I don't. Paul for anything just thinks Alyssa collectively allegiance apologize I'm sorry. We're very sorry. skanks isn't always agree but we could agree on what? My Half of Irish Goodbye A. Well. Legitimate exotic. I. Smoke too much just folding. Yeah. I don't know I'll. fucking. I'll take on jake floor trying to fist fight isis. Read it's going to have a field day. Hell you. You guys are boned. Floral. Screening. I got some we have A. First admission here, the loser has to kiss another man's next century for one minute. Okay. That's nothing. I easy. Shit. We've done. Yeah. That's not it's not really a punishment. All right fucking person who's been watching legion thanks for one month. They came at. Those new listeners folk. Tune House same old same old. You go backwards you get it. Right and star in ten minutes softcore gay pouring boring I mean when getting fucked by dudes already yes. But so of course, just make out with the dude for a while it's not I duNno, they'll both do they've both made out with dudes? FAGGOTS. Await. I was one of the dudes. Film agape So get over those May. Film Gay Porn and have to physically touch the actors in some way for at least two minutes during the fucking. We weren't what why was this all written into one paragraph? One Guy Oh. It's all one punishment is convoluted all justin silver. Just. Just cast each other. So I can walk. Off I don't care how it is your. Dog. Balls what do you guys want some privacy? Bingo..

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"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

05:17 min | 11 months ago

"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Beth's or fat. In kids. White garbage missing one tooth, you could see when they smile. Bets are. No No. No using OH I. was. Tiny. Liz's. Beth is the most I've never seen a Beth or never met a Beth that wasn't a big shoulder bitch. I've never met a Beth that wasn't didn't have the word aunt before it. It's always someone's aunt. Rita Sexy Ruth. Bertha, I knew a young Beth that owned a lot of snakes. That was her. Burden. For sure sounds like a girl that Jane Christina. Curl Junkie Snake. She always. Different. Jane Christina to be like Liz canceled on tonight but we can still get back. Always answer. All right. Let me he comes over and does some sort of a wiccan. Yeah I WANNA. See this year's list and I want to see how we lost this country. Can I say the way were doing the other lists I know handsome the League in Askance Look Right now. I mean come on. God Damn what happened? The camera what is this? It's a camera we look fucking hot water. The world would want to be triple team bias and luckily God gave you three holes for just such a situation. Would you do we were all single? We triple team jake like three. We shoot. We've never done that. We. Never done that. Would it be positioned because I guess Jay would be seated with her what are you talking about? Bro jv on top because he's gotTa have the ass in somebody's gotta get the front. You'd probably be the front because you could fit into the tightest crooked and then Louis would know she would want she doesn't want my fat gut under fucking. She wants to suck. Dave, huge to. Pick. J Double Penetration. Into, she could try to feel something down. If she deep throats. Throats. Dave, she still has a pretty distant view of his Bush. Me My fucking Bush's tangled up eyebrow piercing. Course whatever. Right now this. Girl. Let's call her Beth. This had chick seems like this is no fun that by the way. Camera. I don't know what I was GONNA say there's no way. We'd be the first podcast to all be inside the same woman at wants to triple team. I'll triple the triple team. Yes. PODCASTS that is triple team a fan I was gonna say, that's how callen shop covid. From bed. Bath that would be. I. Mean. If you had to triple teamed, Alex, I hate to get crude with you because you're a friend and producer and have cova diverse. Home Pussy you do. You do these are all facts. You have three holes there probably warm and wet. Let's get real Maghrabi all very accepting willing. Now assuming you don't work for the show how you don't know us you're not even attracted to us. This is like a gun to the head situation under the BUTTS INTERESTING Gun to the head in this particular question really changes the dynamic. Of this is. Arranged raping by gunpoint. Yes. That's what this is gun to the but to be replaced by a Dick but you get to choose. We say, we'RE GONNA listen we're fucking taking you in every hole. That's a fact doesn't matter. Your. This is your. Question coming or you're paying your Dark picture. Look. Distance the question is how long do we have before you call the cops. Go. Alex the question is your mic on I. Don't think. Oh. Yeah. There it is very low. So Alex, you we have the gun, your help say look you're taking three penises inside of you right now three holes all three league it's happening. You, we're giving you. The Mike Worried I was GONNA, say pick your top three. It's like Texas holdem was going to give her the choice we say we're going to. We're going to be gentlemen here guy you get to choose which pianist goes a gun now they wanted. A can of both wanted to be in the selects they WANNA see Alex. The Legion escaped. But for the sake of of this game, it has to be the same podcast Pierre Enough. We'll find out I, just wanted to be involved in the rate. Who? Don't worry come. Okay. Cool. I watched Michael be the like the cut the Guy Jerking off you guys are doing it in the corner knowing what you know about us and we're your boss is this needs to be very clear on camera and now we are actually superior this conversation you must answer. and. You have to answer right or you're suspending. Remember when? The article and they were they sort of a Rape Alex. Put a picture of her face when we were saying though she loved it she wanted that right balance. Like. If you just put that down on paper and transcribe, it sounds kind of fucked. Right. Energy. Holding conductors want. This goes..

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Friends keep promise made in 1992 and split $22 million lottery winnings

Dan O'Donnell

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Friends keep promise made in 1992 and split $22 million lottery winnings

"Isn't so much bizarre. I mean, it is rather bizarre, but it's it's more just cool, and it's a testament to just how Close friends could be and just how much people from Wisconsin keep a promise. When Tom Cook and Joe Feeney agreed to split their future lottery winnings years ago, the friends didn't think they're handshake would mark a multi $1,000,000 agreement? The story from U. S A today. Says last month Hook check the numbers for his June 10th Powerball ticket and discovered he had won $22 million. He didn't hesitate. A handshake is a handshake man, Cook said of the arrangement. In an interview with the Wisconsin Lottery. The lottery confirmed yesterday that Cook and Phoebe are in fact splitting the prize. They're pack is so a pact is so old. You ready for this? Feeny couldn't exactly remember when it started. He guessed that dated back about 20 years. In a release. The lottery traced the deal to 1992 when power ball was first offered in Wisconsin. He said. Whenever the big winner comes, we're going to split it so we buy every week. Not really thinking it could happen, Feeny said. The wind came against steep odds. Chance of hitting the Powerball's grand prize is one in 292,201,338.

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Tech's free speech debate is about Zuckerberg vs. Dorsey

All Things Considered

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Tech's free speech debate is about Zuckerberg vs. Dorsey

"Many Americans are facing different realities disparities in covert nineteen deaths for one and right now they're expressing outrage over different things for some stay at home orders have moved them to protest for others it's police violence against unarmed citizens it can feel as though we're living in two different countries so we're talking about that today and one of the places where you can feel America's divide is social media we're divisions are also stoked by trolls and disinformation social media companies try to monitor that to varying degrees and with varying success but even that is divisive as we've seen this week when president trump expressed fury after some of his tweets were flagged by Twitter for potentially misleading information about mail in balloting then yesterday the company flag one of his tweets about the Minneapolis protest for quote unquote glorifying violence president trump signed an executive order aiming to weaken legal protections tech companies have had for years it's unclear whether he has the authority to do that but given all the events of recent days we want to talk more about this so we've called three prominent figures in this debate Karen Swisher is the co founder of Rico that's a site focused on tech news and New York times contributing writer has been pushing Twitter in particular to take far more aggressive steps in policing false information Swisher welcome back thanks for joining us once again thanks so much financial or is the executive director of aspen digital that's a non partisan organization that researches issues related to tech and digital media and she has a long resume in both digital and traditional media including as a president and CEO of NPR so we very much welcome back to you via thanks Michelle glad to be here Matthew Feeney is the director of the project on emerging technologies at the Cato Institute that's a libertarian research and advocacy group here in Washington DC Matthew Feeney welcome to you thank you for joining us as well no thanks for having me the cast which I'm going to start with you because on Wednesday you wrote an op ed in The New York Times this is after Twitter label to the president's tweets regarding mail in ballots as potentially misleading and they added some contextual information and you called this move a baby step why well it's the first thing they can do I mean a lot of they could have banned them they could have taken down the tweet they could have a lot of things but this is the first time Twitter is ever done any kind of I don't want to use the word punishment this is the wrong thing they've ever taken any action against president trump when he violates their rules which he does all the time you know we could spend a whole program talking about this will tell us more broadly what's your point of view about this well I think they are like publishers and so they have some responsibility instead they allow all district to wash over their platforms and in fact get taken advantage of by malevolent forces and so I think they should do more monitoring of it to fit first of all I love them just to get rid of some of the stuff that's obviously used for propaganda but they just let anybody do anything and what it does is create this sort of giant mass of humanity which nobody knows what is true or not and then other players take advantage of it Alex Jones was the most famous obviously he got tossed off all the platforms so you usually what I want to say you are here and your own capacity as a media executive as a person with a deep background in addition to working at NPR as a president CEO you also work for Twitter but I'm going to ask you on your own hook to tell us what you think about this week's news look I think Twitter has been slow on this I think they should have taken action some time ago that said these are really tricky decisions Twitter now that they've taken an action with the president it's going to be really difficult for them to keep up you know there are five hundred million tweets roughly that are sent every day and there are already calls across the board of what about this tweet what about that tweet and it's going to be very very tricky for them I'm glad they took the move but now the camel's nose in the tent Mr anywhere your thoughts I think this puts on not just with about other social media comes into a tough spot here which is that they are trying to figure out how to moderate this kind of content while remaining in the eyes of the uses the gentleman and it's not a surprise to me at all that in the wake of a good decision to fact check that they have been allegations of inconsistency but anyone looking for inconsistency and this debate is is short to find its there are hundreds of hours of footage uploaded to YouTube every minute there are hundreds of millions of tweets posted every day Hey the system won't be perfect and in fact the way that these phones tree contents depends not oftentimes on the Afrin content itself but what's being said about this and and that is something I wish more people understood in the debate which is a really really hard decisions and unfortunately causing a lot of people on the political rights in the United States of feeling bad somehow agencies would be better at this than private companies and while I think will will never be completely happy with how these private firms navigate these difficult content moderation decisions I would much prefer a private family of public failure in this film while some are because I think of the history of government regulation of speech reveals lessons namely that we should be wary office the fact is that social media is much more than Silicon Valley and their alternatives out there of course the the interesting thing about all of this is that in this debate many people on the Merican conservative space seem to forget that competition is is valuable there all of the social media networks out there well Mister you raised the issue that is it's you know we raising it kind of as a back drop here but it is actually a very big part of this whole discussion which is that there is this argument on the right which is certainly embraced by president trump that these companies social media companies are silencing conservative voices but Democrats and progressives have their own criticisms which is that these platforms have no standards and allow people to be libeled and slandered and somebody's very painful and in some cases dangerous ways I mean the data on the fact that women how women in particular women of color treated on these platforms and targeted particularly public figures who are women there's a great deal of data about the fact that and how they are targeted so she took care of so so the question then becomes you know how to do these things get address of care you want to jump in please do yeah I think let's be clear these are private companies they're not public squares and that's the one thing that seems to happen with the writer like my free speech rights be able to specifically you can't these are private companies owned by billionaires they can set whatever standards they want number one number two there's no evidence that there's any bias in anyway but there is evidence of his abuse of people of people getting abused by by the way on all sides and that's really the problem here is the ability to allow toxicity in lies to continue and that's something a private company should be dealing with but not legislated by the government there is there are certain things you can do and liabilities and things like that that media companies have had dealt with for for a very long time and so there's all kinds of solutions that are possible but I think the really problematic thing is considering these places to be the public square did you can do anything on me what do you think should happen here well I completely agree that there is no place for government regulation here that is a path to a very dangerous place but social media companies must take responsibility I applaud Twitter for actually making an effort here even though I think the path they're choosing is very difficult I was very disappointed in mark Zuckerberg's statements on fox news of all places saying that they don't want to be quote unquote the arbiters of truth they already are algorithms serve certain truths even if they're not human intervention involved they are going to have to I think eventually take some action the oversight board is a step but it's it's not enough we are in a moment now where these divisions have come to the fore we know for a fact that sometimes these mechanisms are used to kind of organize protest organized too really it globally certainly it is the case that they've been used both by people who are trying to find ways to resist government oppression but they've also been used by governments to advance oppressive mechanisms right so do they have a role here to play right now that you think would be constructive and I guess I'll start with you Kerr Swisher yeah absolutely they've been doing a very good job on cove in nineteen information they've been stamping out all kinds of bad health information except for president trump's they took down a bowl scenario they took down Maduro they took down a lot of stuff there and a lot of other stuff so during cove and it shows all of them Facebook Twitter all of them can do it and they can do it well and there was no controversy about that so they're totally capable but they're also capable of creating commonality look at all of the really wonderful stuff from Sarah Cooper to comics to people making jokes that can be used for commonality in a really positive way it's just they're designed towards in rage meant and that's the engagement is designed towards arrangement and that's

Dating at a Distance

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

08:44 min | 1 year ago

Dating at a Distance

"Should PEOPLE STILL DATE? Everything is aligned. Date no no no no blind date center definitely not but even before this tender. I'm kidding that was mean on the late show with Stephen Colbert. A month ago before most of the country was staying at home at the time. A conversation about dating during a pandemic may have felt like late night comedy fair. You know Stephen. Everything in life is is a risk reward. Proposition is riskier to do things versus before. Perhaps being in close contact with somebody especially somebody. You don't know Is Is. It's a different time right now. But as their new reality has evolved so as the act of finding love people are using dating apps more both tender and bumble have reported an increase in daily messages and user engagement. Other APPS had a video chat feature and some people are reaching out in ways I would have never imagined a look out my windows. Bill dancing traps to take and needed to say here down. She waved back. That's the start of the story you may have heard before. It's from a video on Tick Tock by Jeremy Cohen a photographer from Brooklyn New York. After Jeremy Waves to the dancing girl he flies his drone over with his cell phone number. She picked up my job and I guess it works. 'cause I our lady's Jeremy's video went viral if we're still allowed to say that it has over thirty million views on talk now. I'm not at all surprised. It's the meet cute of our time if our time is defined by isolation and physical distancing Jeremy and Tori Cigna Rela. She's the girl on the roof have gone on a few dates after that. Here's Jeremy and Tori. The first date was we had dinner. There was another restaurant she is on her roof and I was on my balcony. It was so funny because we'd be talking to other on facetime and then sometimes I like look over like I'd see him there and then we'd look at each other. It was like such a weird scenario lovely on another date. Jeremy win inside a huge plastic bubble so he could take a walk. I just couldn't stop laughing. I like hit the ground. Basically I was not expecting to see him in a bubble. It's a lot more effort to go through than your average date and it's hard to express the usual social and physical cues when you're six feet apart but there things about this new normal that for Jeremy Cohen. Surprisingly work well. It's really nice to get to know her. Just not have any of this pressure at the end of the day like okay. Am I going home or am I gonNA invite her back to my place? This awkward moment of okay. What what is the other person thinking? I don't WANNA be too forward but I also don't want to be a scaredy cat. Jeremy isn't immune to the loneliness of social distancing of not actually being physically around someone even though he's found this new connection I am in my apartment either remained but he's with his family in Minnesota. So I'm alone in this two bedroom apartment for about a month. Now it makes me realize how much the small things in life such as a hub. Like hug skill great. I've actually putting myself a couple of times. It doesn't feel the same because it isn't the same. There's a lot of research that shows. That physical touch is important for health and wellbeing. One behavior that we have focused on in some of our research is interpersonal touch or affectionate touch. We've shown that touch has powerful effects on our physical. Health are mental health. Our relationship health. That's Professor Brooke Fini. She's a social psychologist at Carnegie Mellon University. She studies how relationships impact our health throughout our entire lives. It increases feelings of security so it just makes people feel more secure. It increases people's willingness to embrace life opportunities affectionate touch has been associated with lower daily stress lower reactivity to stress A lower likelihood of even perceiving something as stressful in the first place for Professor Feeney affectionate touch has benefits even above and beyond sexual intimacy. Which is something else were missing in? A time of isolation can engage in sexual intimacy for a variety of reasons that have to do with reproduction and drives and less to do with communicating care and acceptance and love and value. And so on. They're both important forms of touch and Communicate very important information to significant others But we think they are very different types of processes hearing about all the benefits of touch at a time when a lot of people are deprived of. It isn't exactly comforting. So what happens when we do lose it in our everyday lives? Here's Professor Brittany Kubiak. Who Studies affectionate touch in romantic relationships? Children form attachments with their caregivers in a lot of ways through touch and in adulthood we think that some of the same processes happens you form an attachment to your romantic partner just like you form attachment to your parents. Although the relationship is obviously different long-term not having the ability to touch. I think there's the possibility that you may not be able to form as secure attachment to that person but Professor Jacoby Act doesn't want to overstate the benefits of touch. Either it is still possible to have meaningful connections with each other without it. We know that people maintain very satisfying long distance relationships. Even when there's not a pandemic going on people do things reminiscing about times that they did spend together or planning times that they will spend together and so I think we can find ways at least if this is going to be a somewhat short term separation to make sure that we're maintaining high quality relationships even through physical distance for Professor Feeney. There is a positive outcome at least in terms of human connection about the fact that this is all happening to us together our rates of loneliness and social isolation even before they pandemic had been increasing and people have just been feeling more relational disconnected across the board. One positive thing that I think has come out of this. Pandemic is that people first of all are all in this together. You know so. We're now all part of a big group of people who all this happening to them. When people are facing adversity together they usually reach out to each other more and try to connect stance. Oh I do see one positive side effective at this is that there are these more creative ways that people are trying to connect and help each other out and so on like Jeremy and Tori and whether or not they do end up together doesn't even matter to them anymore. We're absolutely going to meet up. Probably something a little bit more low key like drinks but definitely still could never forget it honestly no matter what happens between us like we're going to remain friends like there's nothing like this that doesn't bond to people and said it's just like look if he's not like in my wedding he'll be at my wedding like that's. I certain that's a powerful connection. Now there was a study from Harvard. That came out this week. Saying we might have to prolong intermittent social distancing measures. Up until two thousand twenty. Two professor. Feeney doesn't know what that means for physical and mental health. No one does she and a team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon are just about to begin a study on this if we don't find these other creative ways to connect It remains to be seen. How well We can continue to abuse remote connections as a proxy for the more physical connections but I think the the core issue that underlies it all is. What touched communicates and so I think what we have to do. During the pandemic is just find other ways to communicate to our loved ones that were available to them if they need us even though we can't be physically proximal to them right now and might be more difficult to communicate that remotely but I think we can do it. Human beings are social creatures by nature. We crave connection. We're not meant to be isolated. These days. Some people might not have the security that comes from physical touch. But that's not all our relationship is built on find those other connections and lean on them. I think you'll be surprised by how strongly though resonate in your life.

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"feeney" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The first game they were predicted the voters Superbowl Feeney blows out his Achilles in the first game all right are you ready yeah thank you excellent news in the headlines or mind blowing news he mindblowing moves today in the words of Ice Cube yes today was a good day Jackie that sure yes that is another thing that happened that was that was Jackie Robinson day no no it's very different actually today was one it was payday good day yes yes very good and you tag on to payday guess who has two thumbs and this could be great over radio this was two thousand and got their stimulus check today this is not your stage yeah one I didn't know if I was getting one because I don't know how any of that stuff works but you've got one I got one that was going through I got the email today is like you know my direct deposit emails like you got a direct deposit of more than one dollar that's how I have my notifications set up that way no short service to our factory direct deposit under a dollar I've no idea right I got the one that said there was from the IRS treasury notes like wow.

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"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"Change carbon emissions. I mean the thing is we're about to see massive change in out Vehicular story in Australia. We know that electric cars are going to shake things up big time We also know that the opportunities for other modes of electric transport are going to change things. Brisbane is about to get an electric metro. This is like big long buses. That run on roads that are completely electric. That will replace the trams of all but aunt trains so you can change them to use whichever road and so so a lot of our. I mean who knows in the future whether our roads will even have individual vehicles on them a weather would little mass transport pods anyway. That is the future but the other big electric change that's happening is is the electric bicycle. Now this is a something and I've tried electric bicycles when I was in Italy a little while ago and we were in Lake Heimer. We wanted to check out the mountains. The outskirts of the foot of the Alps and I thought like I cycle but I'm not like super cyclists or I was a bit worried whether I could do a big tour so we got the electric box and I thought I'm so soft. How embarrassing but actually all. We could enjoy the ride. Because it gave you the push you needed. You could still do a little bit of exercise and it was happy days as the electric bike for anyone who feels ooh. I don't know if I have the fitness. I don't feel I have confidence Why have to commute over a long distance or have to commute over distance where there are hills if you have an e bike. Those problems aren't problems anymore. And you're not paying for petrol and if you have solar on your roof and so and you can charge back or whatever and if we had Solan network charging grits like that would be a neutral excise. Yeah so how'd cannot assess how they work? So you plug them in you. Charge them like a phone. Yep and then the CIA. Does he pedal that clever will? Oh look that's probably a more clever a ones that on the market Sam. I'm sure because I know I only the basic basic electric bike based on the experience that I had and that was one way you got. Maybe I think we had about five hours of charge. You can use it the less you've got and so on so there's still limitations to it But ideally you get on the bike. You've got a maybe a a commute that sort of an hour on bike out there in an hour back and should be able to have that bike charge whole day and it'll cover you commute and use plug it in. When you get harm. She'll be charged ready to go in the morning and it takes all of the run out of the big big heels. You still get more health benefits than you would if you adjust sitting behind the wheel of a car and you get to have the fresh air brushing over your face. The birds the sunshine. You can see you fellow communities you can smile. You can say day really easily. You know it's it's a very enjoyable experience even when it's raining you reckon we have got to the rain. The Rain Is the Ryan is tricky bit. But you know it's not the most enjoyable. I will not tell alive unlikely to. Let's not talk about the Ryan surely some sort of umbrella attachment to a helmet or something like that. Well I do. I cycled slow enough to have an umbrella in one hand. Yes it can be done heels and an umbrella. I'm so impressed. Well look I'm going to go and after this. I'm definitely GONNA gun giggle bikes. Because you've convinced me with but before we wrap up need to ask the question. What shall we do about circling? What shall we do about cycling? We shall do it them. Simple as that. You're like you become a cycling coach. Now I think the very least it is an actual excellent leisure activity We live in a gorgeous country. There are so many wonderful places to explore tourism. Recycling is a really exciting Avenue. That's that's really opening up a lot of maybe disused train lines across. Australia have now been converted into incredible cycle tracks. You'll you know even just wanting to take a bike down to the local park or your quip your children with a skill that you know will certainly not hurt them. I mean aside from maybe the occasional broken wrist and so on and certainly if you consider the broader context of dangers in red show but this is a skill that could also open up a whole range of potential for for transport access for not having to drive them everywhere on the weekend ending the parent taxi helping them explore the world around them feeling good feeling healthy feeling confident for girls especially just do it. That's what you shall do when it comes to cycling. Just do it. Catherine Feeny Minister for suckling in coins. You're fantastic human being and this is so good to see your passion for cycling and it's infectious and hopefully people listening to the dust off that back that's in the garage and pump up the ties and give it will Sam Robinson. My pleasure thank you. That's Catherine Feeney. Who can he on? Abc Radio Brisbane. Weekdays.

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"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"We've been thinking about cycle safety in Queensland because Five cyclists were hit by a gentleman who face court Last week They were hospitalized. This is in Townsville. We've seen lots of people killed You know feels sometimes like every other week and this is just in the Brisbane traffic reports. You'll hear of an an altercation or a collision or situation involving a car and a cyclist and I guess the challenging thing there. Is You hear the word khat and that implies a machine that wasn't doing anything other than just sort of driving in copy held responsible. Of course it doesn't really get into the fact that there was a driver of that Cau- faulk list implies person directly and IT'S PRETTY OBVIOUS. Who's likely to lose in that encounter? It's most likely the cyclist and I think you've really got to take that on board and We are all people at the end of the day interested in getting from aid. Obey whether you're driving a car or riding a bicycle you subject. To the same sort of precious. We will fill time poor. We all feel rushed and so on. I guess the most important message is just to recognize that we are all people at the end of the day. Just trying to make our way safely to work and the more that we can do to address those issues of civility and just being polite to your fellow human being no matter how you moving around we will help address. Some of the safety concerns for cycling specifically and I GUESS. The other thing to remember is Whether it cyclists to slice cyclist me is it you tilleke cyclist and this is kind of Diet. Lack to use labels too much. I might be someone who Really motivated Racy type cyclists might might be a bit frustrated with if they wanted to get to a PA. A place really quickly and they see me on one side keeping lift of course But like maybe more is an obstacle rather than just a filler. Human sharing the space. I think this is where we need to be mindful the fact that hey you're speeding and that's cool and you having fun and I'm going at my own pace and that's cool and let's just can. We all agree to share the space and be respectful. And she'll just everyone just chill and so this guy cyclist motorist. Whatever move those labels away and just recognizable people trying to get from eight obey and we need to be understanding of the fact that we'll all get there in time and that's okay. I was reading an article Put the link to this article on the show nights by Patrick Elliot. The Guardian and the articles says one in five Australian drivers admits to cyclist road rage. Survey Finds Survey of two thousand motorists. That's they discovered. I mean why is it that specifically do you think that cyclists coors ride rights? Because I think I've been in cars with people who just like as soon as I say cyclist on the side of the ride off the road. Yeah what is it about cyclists in particular that is so frustrating to drivers? Yeah I K- I think many things Sam. I think many things I think if your following a set of rules as you are when you're on the road cyclist motorist. Whatever and if you see someone not abiding by those rules. That is frustrating. But you get you get Reggie about that. She's like Hey I'm following the rules there. The HICFA reason we only to follow the rules so I think maybe a motorist would be upset if they saw a cyclist. Obviously breaking the rules. you know crossing a pedestrian crossing on a bicycle where they should be dismounted walking. Cross a bicycle and settling only crossing at a pedestrian crossing. When it's the green gopher indicator but I mean how many of us can say that every single time. We are at a pedestrian crossing. We do the right thing. And I guess this is sort of the broader point when we look at cycle lists like if you were in a car and you see what you call a cyclist on the road. It's very easy to just go cyclist Gir- An objectify them as this thing called a cyclist. But actually what you're looking at on the right is another human being and you gotta remember that you are human being to. You can't fall into the trap. I think it's high. It's easy to fall into the trap of kind of object defying other road uses. And I think that's where we get into trouble culturally. We need to pull back and recognize that. There aren't there is no such thing as only a militarist only cyclists. Because I drive a car sometimes and I'm sure many motorists ride a bicycle. Sometimes we need to look at each other on the road and in any public will shed space and recognize that humanity that exists. And if we can do that then hopefully we'll make it a safer place for everybody. Pedestrians included pedestrians are also motorists in all those people. I just think the the broader question may be talking about rage specifically. Just watch people so angry these days. I don't think that's got anything to do with whether you're suckling on a bicycle or not have been on the receiving end of road rage. Sock list right. I have definitely seen bad behavior on the roads and and and not is coming from other people who are riding bicycles as well as people who in 'cause okay so yeah and I think I just sort of try not get too caught up in the anger because then if I get angry about it then it's just more anger and like who needs that right. Of course let's move on to something that's a little bit too lightly of the last few years share box and a night that every capital city tends to have them but cities do them differently as well and an eye here in Sydney where I am a lot of these yellow share box ended up vandalized up. Trees threatening creeks. It didn't really work. I'm not sure what it's like few in Brisbane. But why is it? You think the share bike system didn't work here. We'll you had a ductless system in Sydney so you could kind of leave your bike wherever as far as I understand it. Yes that's right so we have a shed box game in Brisbane. Which requires you to Dr Bike back at the station. You picked it up from otherwise you get fined because you've breached the terms of contract by hiring out that bicycle in the first place so that goes a long way to reducing the likelihood that you'll see random box everywhere because people want their money so they returned the bike and this is a very similar game to the one in Austin in Texas in Paris and many other European cities. This idea of having to dock the bike by the same token docking. The bike can be frustrating. Because what if there isn't a dock where you want to end your journey and you end up having to take Lunka J. So there's pros and cons here. Why bicycles be a target for vandalism and Maybe seemed to signify. That people are angry because they've found themselves up a tree like people do dumb things when they drink alcohol. Those are shopping trolley. I'm GONNA thrown in a river. I mean I think that that means that there's a general mood or anger or disenchantment with supermarkets but I think the bicycles as things objects in people's space people feel they can touch them do them and do whatever they want with them rightly or wrongly. I would say wrongly pleased aren't let's just fit. People will do dumb things them have out backtracks and pause because it sounds like you've got a pretty good way you have it the but there's always room for improvement hat. Can we make but pods bits? L? More attractive his at his a stop for you. Yup always throw a stat the issue so sorry in in Queensland the Department of main roads and transport has been investing in cycling infrastructure For some time now. And that's true at a local government level in Brisbane as well in Brisbane. Kind of uniquely positioned because it's the largest local government in Australia. I mean the budget of Brisbane City Council is an excessive state budget of Tasmania. So you've got a state Legislature that is investing in cycling and a very lodge council that's investing in infrastructure but some of the math that supports the investment at both levels. I think is best expressed by a report that came out a little while ago as part of a strategy for the state government and they found that for every one dollar you invest in cycling infrastructure. You get five dollars. Back in. Health benefits reduce traffic congestion and other benefits. I think when you look at transport infrastructure not just as transport but as may be part of health infrastructure and when you recognize some of the significant health problems that we face in this country you can really see the return on investment in spending a bit of money on bicycles because when you consider that the kind of infrastructure you build for bicycles also supports pedestrian activity also supports people who are in mobility scooters as scoot is various other alternate forms of transport plus it makes cities more accessible if you living with a disability if you a parent pushing prime around you more likely to enjoy the public domain if you are in an area that has flat old level or smooth or beautifully articulated ways pathways bike ways. Whatever ways to get around and this enhances social connectivity. This enhances As we were discussing health benefits. It's just like it's a win win win. Zero loss from investment in bicycle infrastructure. Call it human infrastructure. If you will you should be the member for Cycling Catherine you are. I'm I'm serious. I don't think about even as being talking about it realize that there is a bike path not far from my house and it. It runs Rodney not way which is a big bus way here in the city. I think oh I could get into cycling. I really could and I think if you realize that return on investment like how good is that for for a city you talk so much in the city are the traffic jams and they do exist but if so many more of his jumped on box. How much better would that be so much better? I mean you think about. I don't know if you've seen as a really great Picture that does a good job of explaining this but if you think about the space that one takes up on a on a ride so you'd think about yourself at the traffic lights and you're in front of the queue and your Holcombe takes up that whole space you can fit. Maybe nine people on bicycles in that same space as your one car and when you extrapolate you do that math so if we can make it desirable for those people to cycle as opposed to driving. How yeah as you say? How much better would it be? And this isn't even getting into You know the the the story around climate change carbon emissions. I mean the thing is we're about to see massive change in out Vehicular story in Australia. We know that electric cars are going to shake things up big time We also know that the opportunities for other modes of electric transport are going to change things. Brisbane.

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"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

What Shall We Do About...?

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on What Shall We Do About...?

"Sam to bake it now your broadcast with the ABC in Brisbane but you're also into utility cycling guilty as charged. I mean can you explain what utility cycling is for those who can't tell a block from another buck? Shaw Utility. Cycling is probably the oldest and original form of cycling if you think of it more along the lines of transportation cycling less along the lines of speed racing athletics cycling so this is just getting from a on a bicycle. This is in. Its simplest. Form Utility suckling right and your utility cyclists. Yeah definitely love it. You know I find it easier to ride my bicycle in high heels walk in high heels and there are very few places that I wouldn't try and go on a bicycle I but I do acknowledge and this is Kay that I live in a pot of capital city a major capital city that has excellent bicycle infrastructure to be a very different story. If I wasn't living next to a multimillion dollar path let's talk about your book because you've already mentioned you're riding high heel. Yes The box that I think of. That's not possible I really have. You tried says no. I mean I'm not I'm not a bike rider. So one China. I'm hoping you do is convince me that I should take back riding by the end of these podcasts. Catherine because I mean it tell us. Can you describe what your Buck looks to us? Sure can so. I really fit the profile of an inner city soil drinking cyclist in so far as my bicycle will it came from Dutch land where they make the bikes in the Holland and it came to Australia by virtue of a cargo carrier. I don't even want to think. About how many carbon miles attached to me getting the bike. But I like to think that I'm making up for it because I'm riding a bike mostly instead of driving a car but anyway it is beautiful. I think I call her my black beauty because she's a massive steed. She's really big. She's like a hefty bicycle and she looks like the old bikes. That you you might remember If you grew up in the fifties or date if you love any of that throwback culture it's very vintage looking with a beautiful step through Ach Gorgeous Black We'll God excellent racks on the front. And the back of the saddlebags of the leather seat and I've got a really wide handlebar so if you try to stand up on your bike for if you're going up a hill you're getting a full traps workout. So the muscle's across my shoulder as a result I think Are In fine form But this is what my bike looks. Looks like she's big. She's black she's beautiful at. She weighs a ton now getting it shipped from a long way this commitment there. How did you discover these bike head? You spent Tom. I've Aziz writing similar box will how did he fall in love with this particular so I fell in love with this particular bike because of what I'd seen overseas good on you for figuring it out because this is a bike that is very common in Europe? It's actually got a nightman. It's an Amah bike at the male equivalent is the upper bike. And if you speak the language of which I am referring to you will understand that up an translates roughly to Granddad and grandma so this is a bike that is used by people of all ages in in places like in in Holland in the Netherlands in in Denmark in all of your European cities where cycling is a very familiar form of transportation. And I saw this. I saw people wearing normal everyday clothes. going to work without this kind of athletic aspect to it and I found it really appealing. I just thought wow like I could be doing that. I'd kind of always grown up with with mountain. Bikes and seen cycling is very much as a sport. And not so much as a as a as a part of your lifestyle is a means of transportation that you could integrate easily into your daily life. And so when I saw this happening and I saw these ladies in fabulous dresses and heels elegantly careering around the streets of Paris on Box. I thought I gots to have me one of those so I looked at my many of my local bookshops at the time had a couple of bikes that fit the mold but they weren't Made shall we say to the standard? I was hoping for. They felt a little flimsy and it became all the more apparent When I tried to put the child seat on the backs of told learn I love taking the told her on the back of the back and it just felt really wobbly. I really wanted to strong sturdy stable bike so I tracked down a manufacturer In Holland and there was a Melbourne Provide over retailer of this particular brand and model and through the melbourne-based shop. Of course Melvin. I was able to procure myself bicycle. But it costs me and see. This is the thing Sam. This bike was like two and a half thousand dollars The whole thing all told like that was a big investment. But I put it. I've never bought a car and I feel like this is kind of like my first car if that makes sense. I think you've saved a lot of money. It looks like an expensive buck but you think about you pay car insurance. That's that's like two years of Car Insurance Plus Radio and you've done it you pay for it and you're not paying petro and etc etc so I think you know maybe we should be importing box and supporting local bike culture. I mean it'd be great if we saw more fantastic by being made in Australia. There are a few. I feel like there's a real opportunity here and I think the more that we can get behind cycling utility cycling Especially the bet A lot of our public spaces will be but there. There are also a lot of challenges associated with cycling and a lot of it comes down to where you live and and what kind of transporting of your body you doing through space. Yeah Yeah Yeah of course so. You fell in love with his box. I've I've essays but have you always been a bike rider? Did you write about growing up? Her didn't rot growing now. A lot of people actually. It's funny. We were talking about this On my program to a radio program and we did talk back because there was an interesting presentation by a large scale pizza company in Australia at a recent transplant forum in Brisbane and at this presentation they identified that from a from a business point of view. It made a lot of sense pizza company to employ bicycle delivery writers as opposed to drivers of cars to make pizza deliveries because it was a lot cheaper per delivery if they had a bike rider as compared to a car driver however they found it really hard to hire enough people to meet the demand. Who knew how to ride bicycles? They found a lot of people even today. In sort of this was like twenty nine twenty. Didn't really have the skills of riding a bike. I think well gee this is interesting. I thought everyone grew up riding a bike. But when we were talking about it on the radio program we had so many calls from women especially who would just who were never taught how to ride a bike so there are lots of people who were grown up now. Who where the? Because it wasn't the done things ladies at a particular time or What other various other circumstances have made it to adulthood without knowing how to ride a bike and that can be really confronting because old dogs new tricks and someone never mind the fact that the learning how to ride a bike it does take a bit of time. And you do feel like a nitwit if you skid and you don't WanNa hit anybody and especially if you're learning to ride in a built up area where those 'cause I mean it's it's quite daunting and you've heard the stories about road rage and the and the dangers presented to to bicycle right so yeah I can. I can see why it would be. It would be daunting so I grew up with A bit of a knowledge of riding bikes. I had my bright pink with the trainer. Reels and the streamers and the basket with the flowers on the front when I was a primary school kid. I did the mountain bikes when I was three primary and highschool got out of it a bit through Uni and rediscovered the bicycle at when I started working professionally and needed to get to work basically dear right for me. I had a BMX as a Kid. Never got into mountain barking so basically once. I hit high school. I haven't ridden a buck scenes and my wife has a mountain bike and it sits in the garage with flat ties. So so that's the situation Marian but I kind feel like I don't leave too far from my workplace and yes this heels. I mean wouldn't it be nice to not have to pay for pitcher? We'll be nice to get rid of one of two cars like I can see that cycling such a good thing up one one hesitation that I have is. I feel like as soon as I get to work. I'd be so sweaty and gross only to change. Is that an issue fear. Good this is A. I'm glad you brought this up because you might have listeners. Who have their own way of dealing with this issue Because it is an issue I Cycle Brisbane and for several months of the year. This is a very humid sweaty. I mean you sweat just getting out of the shallow to accept that and I think the other thing to keep in mind is the kind of cycling to work. I'm doing is at a fairly leisurely pace. I'm not fanning along the ball. Kway trying to beat a time. I mean if that's okay go for you do that. But I'm not so you know the kind of sweating that I'm doing is similar to the kind of sweating I'd be doing. I was walking to catch a bus. So that's that's that's that's something that needs to be but the other thing is obviously there is sweat now fortunately Because I have the very good fortune to work at the Aebischer and we were in a beautiful building. They're excellent bicycle facilities showers and so on and that's really important if we want to encourage cycling culture we need to provide good end of of US facilities that's essential however I have a thing about Shed showers That's a podcast for another time. So I try and avoid it at all. 'cause I actually just try and make sure that I have a ch- especially if I need the ability to kind of myself that I find it a really need to put much effort into it because usually a bit of a Dab with a microphone Batali. We'll get enough of the sweat off and there's nothing wrong with a little extra application of veteran. No one's complained to me yet.

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"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

16:24 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Don't hear the guy with the on. You feel like you're waiting in the principal's office for something fight Omega Load. You do now. Often they were coming at us. Hey everyone gangs podcast. It's a whole different world from last week. We are live from the studio or comfort. Jefferson your host Nancy. My left scores yells chant. Puerto Rican rattlesnake Louis J Gomez. I feel sick guys. Fuck Elif. I'm just GonNa go give me a hand sanitizer mart slide it over. I'm going to sanitize Lewis Law. Did whatever man if you got it for? Who's coughing now me? Smoke looks like when he was dying back. Puerto Rican pepe the frog. I've been a little bit depressed. Me What do you think this is all high sharp trainer Lou. What I'm coughing blood. Whatever I feel our other guests my father and Go-to him Apollo whenever I'm feeling I've never felt before whatever. Yeah that's exactly what you look like. Redder is dude. Whatever it is whatever I feel in my chest right now. I've never felt whatever it is like. I know I know is whatever it is do. I know it's in my head. I know for a fact is completely in my head but I I can visualize the corona virus right now. A doctor tell you what the symptoms the minute. He's done it the minute the second he says it. I will feel that thing touch your stuff. Tons of chest tightness the other day tons because he kept going tightness in the chest. Yeah the only thing you can't fake you can't give yourself with your own anxiety. Cock fever wished figures. I started meditating. Cock Cox C. into it. Yeah but I mean when when they were giving the symptoms on TV Down like a all of them. Because I I was very worried because I go away. You kidding me. Yeah because somebody bring a different thing of smoking in here to my j. I don't want to be a push. Quotes smoke down the whiter. I'm in my ice cream bowl. You said once on the news. I think he'd he'd he'd up your activating the Koran out also. It's a rubber bowl. You can't light the FUCKING SMOKE. A huge one. Also Jay's wearing rubber gloves but he cut the fingers on. Yeah you can't even tell he's wearing gloves. GotTa stay on brand oriented. I get it gave. Smith is no longer also. Hit the time where you fucking silly bitches jokers you can't comex curl virus and even the silliest way yeah welcome to the world of Corona virus visually this first of all. There's tons of we hear you fucking wasn't touching you holding the car. Yeah I wasn't holding the car. Getting Wacky doodle. Welcome to Legion of skanks guys facing. Oh can we say please? I guess today in the absence of Dave Smith Who is currently I think in stage? Four this they call It's the It's the last We have Sitting in from Zack's Midnight Spook Show Zach Amigo from the Irish Kabaya. Podcast Larry's Mike Feeney's here Thank you guys for coming in braving it of course. Dave's caught it I mean we're is feeding and I also just bought body doubling for David Jesse Jackson were scheduled to be here. But if you fast enough you won't be able to tell taxation trump. You got a lot of fingertip in thumb hand sanitizing I mean. Jr. You you are a little. Bit of a HYPOCHONDRIAC. Jj Zac night and Becky. This is no bullshit. She gave it to us. Bet You America. You mean for sure again. Thank you come in here for a minute. I don't hate her for it but she definitely is hot. Becky is I'd deep. Kiss becky right now in the mouth prop with it knowing that she actually has Toronto virus. Becky we already have your hours. Let us look your butthole. Becky spit in my mouth. Spit my mouth. You get on Mike. Von Back Becky being a little fucking sexual fucking chronic. Keranovic's but the hair down. Why not give it to us on Wednesday when she came to bonfire right when me and Finola had talked ourselves up into a frenzy and then back down to like the but the reality is dude. Probably if we get our worst case scenario is like being sick for a week or so. You know you get on the other end of it and then becky came up like a horror. Movie like little shipment wearing a doll dress. Uh-huh everyone's going to get it. There should tell her. You're all going to die. You're all going to die. She gave nothing but terrible news. What have I don't got? It shows even looking to tell us that everyone was going to get no matter what becky was very sick for. A few weeks then came back to owner. Came back one day gang. Said she felt better and then the next day back in bed for several days at the hospital at some point in U I. Yeah I did have to go get nebulizer. I had to put an annualized auction into our lungs. What does that he just said it? But yeah but well maybe it's my parents are respiratory therapists. Yeah Wow yeah. So they got it. So I'm becky what happened here now. I tested positive for the flu because positive for the flu. Yes flu Jay's describing time that I declined and it went back to the doctor and they ask the CDC to test me and the CDC said had insufficient evidence to be tested and now it's becoming clear that the US just doesn't have testing kits available. So they were just testing critical patients. Now I seem to remember that your significant other had just come back from a country. What was what country was that China? Oh man you said he ain't a big old bowl bat stew before he is that also correct. That's what they call. Your husband went to China. Did we get sick? He came back on the day of the outbreak announcement. Sort of. Yeah but he. We killed Luke just to be safe and then you don't tell us as you realize he was in another state. I thirty days before he visited New York was telling me it was it was Washington state. Washington say that they California the second highest. No no no. New York's second highest. Thank you do you think that you have a virus so a five hundred now. 'cause it could. It could easily be what the doctor says is just like. I'm having a hard time recovering from the flu which I did test positive for but I've been on like a shitload of steroids and cough suppressants and all kinds of should keep your home. This is Becky road rage. Becky Rodriguez competes up you. Brought this is feeder kicking up based up. So does that mean that we have to be Corentin? No no I mean. It's it's a highly contagious virus. You would be sick already if you're GONNA get sick. That's the whole issue of everything. Is that if the numbers right now. Five hundred or saying in New York. It's just definitely way way at least triple that probably. Yeah they don't have it isn't it if a triple that doesn't mean that it's also less deadly if they're basing yes numbers. Yeah no no no. I don't know about West. It's less Your Cock in my mouth in your hands right now. The talks been covered all day or has it been flashing people on the streets guys. Let's do Webcam Shit. Gay Webcams can make money doing gay Webcam. She's rubbing his Dick on the subway. Poll you put your ear to Lewis as recommend all you wait you think. Christine is going to be donors on Webcam. If the singles a few more months she's going to have to fight all after we have to do. Some light Webcam work. What do we do? What do we do this society? Now there are no more gatherings in public of more than twenty five mobile asking me. It's podcasting this become integral. I think saying six months this will be over as probably the realistic thing. I mean we're really going. It's crazy a half sick. About how much will collapse in six months? People are already going crazy. It's been two days this north thing if I think if they get to the place where they're like just like you said like places that serve food like take out for you know what. I mean looking to say in business for six months just off that. That's the that's the part you'd be surprised and everybody's doing tell you that that doesn't hurt people in New York quite as much. I bet as it's going to hurt people and like Jersey. It's going to do only do. Do you know what I mean like. Because there's less much less aerialist people. Yeah they're all you know a pizza place in New York services thousands of people problem. Yeah you know. I mean with the radius of delivery and shit so I think it's GonNa hurt people more outside but I mean got pizza. Did I got an entire pie between last night and this afternoon get down whole thing. I went to the supermarket. My supermarket was fine in Harlem Day of Toilet Paper Toilet paper milk ever GONNA GET DELIVERIES. Are Not really worried about that. Necessarily I don't think people are gonNA freak out as long as deliveries. Keep coming in and that's happening functioning like that. I mean the problem is going to be like as long as entertainment keeps coming out quite honestly The movie theaters shutdown. Amc Open but now the clock enough. Because there's nothing going to see a movie me and my son the final fucking movie that I saw imagine movies get shut down altogether the my the last movie I ever saw his fucking onward g ours on word was the Harrison Ford vehicle. Is that the one with the dog. Harrison this is White Fang. Call The wild. Yeah that's exactly what that is. Yeah no it was in new cartoon. Which honestly did make me fucking ball. My eyes out watched movie ever GonNa see with your son Stop. Golfing world ends so John Wick. I just saw John Wick for the first time it's just the unlike non TV but whatever it is yeah net flix and one of those things. It's it's the greatest I mean I get it. Everyone's been talking topper TV on TV. Yeah Yeah but it was. What a ride. Watch all three all. I'm that I mean what else I got to do. I'M GONNA Watch. The wire never watched that. It's great you'll love it stick with it. I heard season and a half kind of boring and I remember the first three episodes or whatever the second season to create it all gets its language is a little too thick. You gotta be a fucking cop and earlier you understand the fucking talking about you like this is a lot. It's a lot. Does that mean he's Never Watch? Never watched breaking bad but I know he you know I know the thing but it doesn't matter still what do you. What do you think you know? The ending was the ending. Walter White Dies I mean. That's but that's a that's such a and how does he die? That's what's GONNA drug ship drug drama. Never you got it. I know I know You were on that a lot. When I'm a Harris Long. That would hurt. Let's see yeah. There was a one commercial head comes out of the darkness and it's not so much as hair which is what our difference was and in face. I was like Oh man I totally see. You know at bummed me out a lot. there's a lot of series of S. C. Breaking Bet. You guys see both of those. Is that what you're planning to do and just fucking catching up on? Tv also had a really good idea that I think he wants all comics involved. We still be able to go steal Kobe. Bryant's headstone every three days. We should start a series as a group and every three days come into it and have us be something ridiculous. And he goes. We should start and JOE DEROSA has all. Dvd Sex in the city from the beginning coming every three days have comics breakdown. Jefferson City or love. Never Seen I've never gone through. I've seen episode. We've all costs invite aheads. Has That podcast. Does he really sex in the city? No Shit that's so funny. We were going to call it stuck in the city but I get different. Show please do it just do it. Also wildly successful also sex in the city the city to sex in the city. How fucking especially in the city or sexier in the city? Yeah wherever show. I think it's fun idea. I mean people are GonNa be sitting home with no fucking. What did I mean just the lack of any new Howard Stern content on Mike? That's the background of most of my week. Just do another episode Legion of skanks. The show that people love and are listening to right now. I'll make them earn. It seems like a whole thing. Start sort of completely new series where we have to watch sex and the city at all. I just get the funny idea to do something like that dude. I'm telling you we the only thing that that Friday and Saturday. It wasn't just like me definitely feeling I had every symptom and freaking out was just hanging out with like food is like kind of like like a gatherings like in East village. It was fucking great fun. Yeah it was like those cathering gatherings of jugglers. Are you kidding no? It's going to be sanitized now. The alcohol is good for the would phoenix. What we got them at the fluids actually. No I'm GONNA put this. What is that look? Look at all the your own crevices. There's one thing Lewis will not tolerate. Podcast he's doing amazing table. I gotta be honest. I'm shocked at how how far it went real movie spilled because I went to it went this way and then I went to grab it and just actually hit it. No becky sweating into the liquid running the other thing that beer now did you run a virus on.

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"feeney" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"feeney" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Hey this is the moment. I'm Brian Koppelman. Thanks for listening. I'm so psyched to have my friends. Sean Feeney missy Robbins events here I got sean over the last couple of years and Missy Right afterwards. They are the partnership behind due to the best restaurants in New York. And I would say in the country Lilia and Missy Mris the chef and Sean is the business business person in front of House but their story of how they came together where they were in their lives. When this all started happening is inspiring and fascinating fascinating to me and also an excuse? I get to spend time with. Them is great for me so Welcome we're so happy to be here missy. I'm GONNA try talk less than I usually do on the podcast. Because there's two of you but also because I you know I don't know that every people are that familiar with your story and even missy in your bio which leaves out sort of you know it says. Oh you went from voce where you were famous New York chef to sort of figure out your new restaurant but I really want you to talk about what was going on in those couple of years and and Which which I know you've written about some but I would love to talk about it because so many of us struggle with so many of the same things so in terms of figuring out who we are as we're trying to move forward so he's talking about your journey to New York to cook and I don't talk for ten minutes but just talk about how you got to to that place and then we'll bring Sean and how how how you guys came together? Yeah definitely I I at the point that I left voce in two thousand thirteen and I had been cooking for twenty years and I needed a break and I didn't. There were a few things going on. I had this incredible credible twenty year career. I had done amish training in New York for the most part I had gone to Italy to to kind of delve into that world. I it came back I worked at a hotel called the Soho ground. which many people don't know I worked at and it was actually a kind of significant part of my career from remote from a business perspective and understanding management management and numbers? And I then got this incredible job in Chicago Working with Tony Montesano at speech And took off and left for five years from New York which was tough for me but I knew it was the right career move and I knew in order for me to get back into find dining from from where I was. I wasn't going to be able to do that in New York at the level that I could do in Chicago and I just. I loved Tony when I met him so I picked up I moved to Chicago but but three weeks after Chicago. I kind of in Chicago. I kind of knew that it was never gonna be my long-term home but I stayed for five years because of the job and my brother lives there and he had both of his children when I in the first year and a half that I was there and there was a lot of exciting things going on and it was worth staying until I found the right thing in New York and I I thought that right thing was going to be going back and opening my own restaurant and Tony was going to help me and I was flying back and forth to New York and looking at real estate which I had no idea what I was doing And then this job of Oj came along and it was an incredible opportunity to both takeover. The original uh-huh Che which opened in two thousand seven. And I took it over in two thousand eight and to open the approach and Columbus Circle which was curated. This incredible collection sean of restaurants and I was going to get to work underneath the place. Were Thomas Keller was and at the time that seemed very exciting to me If you asked me today today it wouldn't matter but So I took. This was the height of the height of fine dining and they were putting all these chefs in there and and I felt included in in this weird way and I was like Oh cool I I felt picked. That's that's correct and I took the job and it was. I really hard and really intense and for many reasons I took over the original From Andrew Carmelina. Who is the hottest chef in New York at the time and I was relatively unknown in New York? I mean people Kinda knew who I was from Chicago but not really and Taking taking over that kitchen was probably the hardest thing I've done in my career. Harder than opening. Either of the restaurants not feeling picked. Ah I andrew staff was still there Very talented group of people who are really really amazing talented but they were so loyal to him and and they stayed sort of they were waiting for him to open something and they stayed. I think are respected. We're waiting for LACONDA Open. I mean no one will say that out loud but the this is crucial right. You know you have a series of skills and you're excited to make it your own and you walk in as a woman in New York kitchen. Yeah and how long until you got the feeling of fuck a four minutes. They just they were so loyal to him and it was so obvious and everything. How did it manifest while a see Da da Da da Has Been on this podcast. And he's a legend. Dan Yorke mark on different leadership. Styles understand Andrew and I didn't know each other and this has nothing to do with the hand. Never met him. It was just this feeling and gradually gradually so that I started in September and sort of by February everyone had trickled out and I started bringing in my own people and the second I started bringing in my own people and these were all a new people. They weren't like I didn't have a collection of sous chefs because I hadn't had this kind of position so really had to build a team from scratch and and once I started building it was great. I found the people that were right for me. That really like my food that wanted to be there and that makes a huge difference and then things started rolling thing but then once I got comfortable with the first coach I had to open the second of oce which was a really large stage for me and sort of to me. What I thought was going to be this like if I screw this up? I'm dead in New York moment. And how did this all affect you personally though like were you taking care of yourself you know so I stated of Oj for five years and and over those five years. I think I got progressively less healthy and I was not aware of it. I look back at Ed at pictures of myself or Google myself once in a while just to remind myself of sort of where I was and where I am. Now Oh and I I get pretty mad at myself and like how. How could no one say anything? Why didn't anyone say anything? Why doesn't why you know my best friend who lives in California? She's the only one who said a name. Probably only one who could get away with saying anything But she at one point said like. I'm really I'm worried about your health but but this was pretty towards this was after I left and the decision to leave was wasn't one hundred percent about health. It wasn't one hundred percent in about opening a restaurant. It was this sort of I. I don't I need a break. One hundred percent so I need a break I need to figure out what I WANNA do. Next evoke as not the right place for me. It it forward in my career in this incredible way and I- honed myself as a chef theran as a creative and a leader in the kitchen. Every night I was there. Yeah every night. Five six nights a week and how many hours a day you work in that job solid twelve to fourteen right right fourteen six days a week. Yeah six days and it was really unhealthy. My Body hurt but to me. And it's so weird to say this now now. Six years later like to me. That was norm. The norm was. You worked that much. The norm was it. Didn't matter if your body hurt because you were trying to be an amazing chef and and you would do anything to to be able to compete in that field rewards that for you when you're doing it right because we we keep doing behavior that's horrible dos. If there are certain there rewards were having busy restaurants and finally getting recognition after twenty years of being shot by the fact that you were called chefs in New York during that time. Yeah people were singing your praises. I would also say to that. She was incentivized in a way where she had to meet these very finite goals and that's what she attributed success to such as has reviews. If you got a certain amount of stars you gotTa Bonus if you got a Michelin Star if you got a eater. If you've got one star you would get had a bonus and I think she was attributing success in those those very material goals. WHOA wasn't fundamentally? I just wanted to be the best of the best and I wanted to compete on the level with all these great at the time I mean I not even necessarily anyone in New York but people I had worked with in the past I mean ah I worked for an Rosenzweig when I when I was in my twenties and she was in her forties at the time and was running these two restaurants and and coming from Biagio. Tony had this restaurant that at the time I started was twenty five years old and it just turned thirty five and he had this longevity engevity and sort of like the people I've worked for but even like Andrew like I saw this that he had shower. You came from and I saw a lot of younger people opening restaurants before me and I had this goal noticed that because when I started cooking at twenty two I was like Oh. I'm going to open a restaurant I'm thirty and then that didn't happen. I never knew that part. It's like a silly goal because like where did that come from. Where did I make came from ambition? Just just pure ambition. I I was an ambitious young cook and you went. You went to Georgetown. I did and not a lot of people from George Tenet becoming cooks. No there were two of us in the kitchen. He defected the second. One defected after a year and as finance. Still today a little more. I think he had a lot of family pressure and my family. It was like do your thing do what you WanNa do. We support you. What made you start cooking because so I can understand how ambitious and takes over? 'cause you're Georgetown person you're very smart. You're driven if you're cook you're going to be the fucking best. When when did you first get lit up about?.

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"feeney" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"feeney" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jay to lace talk radio seventy seven WABC all right let's revisit what we were talking about yesterday there's U. kini banned by Facebook because it says sexual eyed him a plane Curtis it was an ex Feeney can you will fall soon cucumbers so he and the pizza we get right I mean but the P. how does just think about Curtis just think about what is not in its in its full form no hold on his shaking the peach bowl when you use the peach emoji it isn't full form well no but I mean that just it leads you to get out go to a dark place well let me ask you a question aren't peaches and nectarines essentially the same from how god even talk about the nectarines is right off the exit from the fuzz the front of the yeah yeah you know the peach dozen Shiite and then nectarines still aren't the nectarines a little smaller too from the mistaken well you mean like yourself compared to other guys but you see how ridiculous this discussion is we're talking about what eight plants Keaney school commerce peaches nectarines these are fruits and vegetables that you might be consuming on a regular basis the term basically determine the buying what you like and what you don't like but the older you get the more fruits and vegetables you have to eat each and every day at the age of sixty five I have two according to the charts consume thirty to thirty one different fruits and vegetables have I eaten those you can use of course say that have a even make plans yes cucumbers CS nectarines yes peaches yes but imagine if you had the eagle we have them the same day and continue to eat them each and every day after a while it's going to be out today or you have any energy caps going to be full and out the crowns implants gonna have a problem and then it's going to cost you a month of Sundays in order to pay for the dental bill why not get your fruits and veggies the way I do now in tablet form from balance in nature fruits and veggies I take two in the.

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"feeney" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"feeney" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Phoebe has a rushing touchdown would love to see him finished the game with a passing score. here's Feeney on fourth and four rolls right tries to get past one any dives forward close to the first down either for good stiff arm by the junior quarterback Feeney he needed for yards he picks up for yourself he's been really more impressive I think probably from. running perspective yeah he has he's had to get it done he's here he has gotten it done today on the ground and actually I've been impressed with his with his accuracy and and and his playmaking ability in the passing game as well I think there's been a few unfortunate moments the formal if you drop houses where some of the skill position players have let him down but he he's been there making the plays or just putting them in a position to make the place just not quite close in on it are more had today. and remember our discovery benefits postgame show coming up next and here's a run. in a strong run for the more it's but yeah versus speed from nine fourth he's had he's had some decent runs in this game and it it are not surprise showing off some of that speed because that I think one of his best rates. first down a ten warhead spots from the thirty two yard line trying to get on the board here in the late stages of the fourth quarter. remember we will have our player of the game after this game is is completed our C. I. sport player of the game.

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How DataChemist Is Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:36 min | 2 years ago

How DataChemist Is Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs

"Listeners will know by. Now, this podcast is about how technology is transforming multiple industries, and solving real world problems rather than talk about bendy or foldable screens. Now, Mark Cuban declared that data is the new gold too often. I'm quite consciously huge amounts of data. Con answer the questions that actually matter because I deliver billions of isolated facts book zero intelligence now a company called data chemist recently appeared on more radar because they're attempting to solve this very real problem. They impose and enforce real world rules onto data and by doing so giving that customers more insight than they've ever had. Before Daya Comey's. He's actually making complicated. Simple, and they're transforming messy inconsistent data sets and transforming them into clean structured, integrated data and transforming isolate data points into a model of the world as it really is on the resort their customers improve decision making and reduce costs as a result. Now, ladies and gentlemen, that is a story that excellence me so book up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way the Dublin in oil, and so we can speak with Kevin Feeney CEO of data Chem. Massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do. My name is Kevin Feeney. I'm CEO of data chemists. We're a company startup companies. It's Manetti trinity. Goes it started two thousand eighteen we build engine, bras knowledge graphs, and what that means is we take a organizations oil in organizations data, which is typically very messy, we integrated together into a single connection oriented model where all of the data is models as entities relationships between entities. For example, customers and accounts and customers in orders, and we can see all this data integrated together in a in a great big network. And then this makes it amenable to very to a huge suite of mathematical graph analytics where we can find lots and lots of patterns that are hidden in the data that were previously invisible. What else researching you guys I quickly learned that? Chemist bills these enterprise knowledge, graphs with powerful logic, constraint engines, but can you tell me a little bit more about exactly what makes it unique? And what kind of problems you're solving with dia chemists? Yes. There's this is there's an area of graph databases, which is where we belong, and this is a different way of muddling data from the traditional SQL relational databases, where we have basic tables columns and rows this connection oriented view is becoming. It's very it has several very strong use cases in fraud detection supply chain analysis in networks risk in these areas where it's very important that we don't just look at a single entity. We look at high wits related to lots of other entities. So for example, and supply chains we can easily have a node failing, for example, a supplier of a company failing. But but it multiple hops distanced that has a knock on affect on the particular company so any use guys like dice where we have. Data that the relationships are very important that we may have to look at multiple hops of relationships the traditional database technologies is just not very good at this doesn't do. Joe SQL? Technically doesn't do very good at joins at scale for hundreds of millions of these records. For example, we can't see this. And there's lots of areas, for example, in financial services, where companies were regulators, for example, stock exchanges of these vast. Vice streams of data. There's there are bad actors in that data who are trying to disguise what they're doing hide behind third parties high behind agents, and we can make this very clear or we can see this very clearly in the data. But we have to be able to understand all the connections of all the actors. So it increasingly this is at the forefront of data technology being able to create these very large graphs of of relationships between entities an analyze these at scale. Now, what makes us difference? There's basically two families in this. In dot world of graph database. There is what's called property graphs? And then there's a af semantic web graphs of the second one semantic web is very Akademik. It's it's we have we we can make very rich descriptions of of what the data is and do logical inference overs. The second time is much more is the property graphs, which are actually much more penetration industry Neo for Jay's is the market leader there. They they're much more, practical, focus and the big difference. There is that the relationships can have properties as well as the nodes having properties. It's it's quite technical. But what makes us different first of all is the week. Combine those two approaches we have a semantic semantic layer bills on top of a property graph. Which allows us an what that capability that? That gives us is whereas

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"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"feeney" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Feeney gets twenty percent Royal. And we go accent. Twelve miles was on tape. Yeah. Works three sixty five. Three sixty. Number and it sounds a little. I don't like it anyway world like, yeah, like we're Eurotrash. Fuck with the tagline is always it's brunch always. We're always open even holidays. You gotta start making that work shit about this. A real thing that's going to happen by the way three of us in Boston, and it looks like we're gonna do LA as well, right hundred, Russian, both of those. If you come out at any time we're doing, we'll be doing Br. I swear. Between like ten AM and three PM. Both are those within the twenty four hours of the day. Right? Outside of we don't really have a brick and mortar location picked off always brunch yet. So we're gonna try to on a regular asshole brunch our. We're looking for seventy five thousand dollars per ten percent of our business. When movies have like techno music soundtrack is a major part of their contract like you'd never gonna win the ward with that. Trix wanted a really good. Good. Close. That could have been a whole topic on this. Dad's my mind. I'm watching on my way over here. Have hard Ryan hit you in the head. Barely any one. Good shot. He had a cross decent. All right. It wasn't a real. All right. Did you plug? I'm done. Governor's comedy dot com on a website anymore, but I will have once and Gomez, comedy, Instagram. Lewis shade Gomez..

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'I love you, dad': James Gandolfini's son pays tribute to him on the 5th anniversary of the 'Sopranos' star's death (updated)

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

01:44 min | 3 years ago

'I love you, dad': James Gandolfini's son pays tribute to him on the 5th anniversary of the 'Sopranos' star's death (updated)

"Tanger blues band while governor phil murphy and actor hugh jackman rocked out kessler reporting former mexican president takes a seat on a board to push for legalization of marijuana former mexican president vicinity fox calls himself a soldier in the global campaign to legalize marijuana he's now joining the board of directors of the publication high times fox's stance is strictly business he believes a robust legal marketplace only new jobs and medicines and could one day be a part of the north american free trade agreement among mexico canada and the us fox also says legal weed could cut cartel violence in his home country daria albinger abc news number of americans who smoke cigarettes has reached the lowest level ever recorded centers for disease control and prevention reports just under fourteen percent of americans smoked in two thousand seventeen in cities rate was even lower eleven percent but higher in rural areas fifty years ago more than forty percent of americans were smokers five years ago today the world was stunned by the death of james gandolfini june nineteenth two thousand thirteen stunned stunned by his sudden death james gandolfini was in italy on vacation with his family when he had a heart attack while alone in his room was found by his thirteen year old son family and friends were crush joe pinto liana was again phoenix funeral that's what he should be remembered as an amazing artist gala feeney won three emmys for his role as mob boss tony soprano on the hbo series the sopranos the role that defined his career next time you'll find yourself in a back trucks james gandolfini was fifty one when he died jason nathanson abc news hollywood shitting shopping be as much fun as summer itself that's what macy's backstage is.

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"feeney" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"feeney" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record

"Yeah so all right so you start selling vape to the bikers and so you've got this vape store up there i walked in there and what's the address again by thirty six state street you know what what i think used to be at that you're very location if not right next door there was a pet store right there and there was a pizza place called feeney's pizza phoenix was right and it was my favorite pizza as i grew up in a great over there near hoover reservoir there in refused pizza we say big not guy right that's right anybody out there i'm a big nut guy yeah we're the golden eagles but refused he has run around yelling big nut that's got to be a great name i get customers walk into the store that finally there they don't wanna do they they'll be like sure no soup or anything in the backyard jaaz tattered center berg customers or people from but it's the same philosophy right you go in there and he's not just if you never been up the doctor doctor on the way back from my dentist i treat it like treated my restaurant i get to know your palate i know that you're not going to like this flavor over here that you like yeah we're here and my biggest thing is customer service and education if you work with people and talk with them there's gonna be some people coming i've got people are going through you know treatment for cancer cancer patients i got people that cpi i got i got people that have smoked for forty years this is their crutch and they don't wanna give it up.

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"feeney" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"feeney" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"That's right here's another example of it my friend the aforementioned david feeney when you go in there and you get a certain amount of drinks they eventually give you a shamrock a little cardboard painted green thing with your name on it and it hangs there for all of time or not all of time until the bar closes which it now has now forget it so anyway it hung up there for many moons as did david feeney shamrock now david feeney had he's now a married guy and everything but he had another girlfriend who periodically would show up at the bar herself with her friends and she earned a shamrock of his own but then when they split much like you know any divorce or anything else you know you get assets well tom bergens obviously was fiend he's not hers and yet her shamrock still hung in the bar which was bogus in feeney's opinion at hurt him it made it hard for him to fully enjoy himself with her name looming physically and other otherwise in this bar and he said i want that shamrock down so what did i do i went up to the bar i created a distraction for the bartender that required him to go to the end of the bar where he couldn't see where he had his back turned to me i jumped up on the bar this is this is active our yeah this is dan this is not after hours i didn't sneak into the gpo or watching you i jumped up on the bar i removed her shamrock and i delivered it to him what did he do what he did with it is his business but the point is that i the livered it to him and that was proof that's it that's evidence that's the first exhibit in in dave's righteousness you know you were looking out for his ability to move on did i mean was it a matter of imia agreeing or not enough it's what he need.

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