29 Burst results for "Felix Open"

Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6

"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore

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Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 2 months ago

Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

"This before, but I have to do it again for the record across all of the stations, the 300 stations we broadcast to the millions of listers and viewers because it really, to this day I find it shocking James that you really, and I did this in my second book. You can really map the thinkers of the new left. You can map the individuals who came up with these dastardly ideas. They have names. They have schools. They have institutions that they penetrated. So let's start with the basics. Who peopled the Frankfurt school and what did they believe in? So give us some of the big names and what they thought of western civilization. Okay, so the Frankfurt school for the listeners who don't know is that the institute for social research that was set up at guard to university in Frankfurt, Germany. That's why it's called the Frankfurt school. Its original name was the institute for Marxism, but its financiers like Felix veal thought that that was a little bit too on the nose. And so they changed the name to the institute for social research. The kind of big players at the time would have included in the formative years before it actually came together. And he went to prison. Antonio gramsci, the Italian Marxist who basically outlined the idea of the long march to the institutions as it later got named, but he was only kind of tangential. The other big names that have been Gustav von schmoller, for example, and George Lucas laying the architecture, working with max horkheimer, who became one of the most significant directors in the late 1920s through the 1940s, Theodor adorno, Herbert marcuse, these are major influential names and figures in 20th century Marxism. And their goal was to reinvent Marxism to take over the western context rather than peasant societies like Russia and China. Because and correct me if I'm getting this wrong, but people like gramsci and others saw this success of Marxist ideology in very backward third world nations very agrarian post feudalistic ones like China in 48 and saris thrasher in 17, but they saw an incapacity of Marx's amox marxian ideas to gain traction in well developed a first world nations with a strong judeo Christian basis. So their idea was, there isn't going to be a class consciousness suddenly erupting in a revolution, therefore we have to subvert existing institutions from the outside. Is

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Suns get 6th straight victory, beating Clippers 103-96

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Suns get 6th straight victory, beating Clippers 103-96

"Devin Booker led the way with twenty six points Chris Paul seventeen points and fourteen assists as the Suns defeated the clippers won all three ninety six Michelle bridges had nineteen points and nine rebounds hit some big shots in the fourth quarter after they blew a thirteen point third quarter lead Phoenix has won six straight and seventeen of their last eighteen games they moved to an NBA best record of forty seven and ten Marcus Morris led LA with twenty three George Tanner Felix

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1 to Go: Djokovic Into US Open Final, Nears Year Grand Slam

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

1 to Go: Djokovic Into US Open Final, Nears Year Grand Slam

"Well number one that a joke of it just kept alive his hopes of becoming the first man in more than five decades to win a calendar year grand slam but not before intense roller coaster five said US open battle with the full state Alexander Zverev they determine certain eventually prevailed six two in the fifth set I know we want to talk about history and I know it's on the line and I'm aware of it of course I'm aware of it but I'm just trying to looking to what I know works for me Djokovic has now just one win away from making history and his remaining hurdle will be the second state Daniel Medvedev they inform Russian strike setting the twelfth St Felix or share the same to reach his third grand slam finale I'm Graham like us

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Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

"Canadian teenager light level mandates continues to amaze at the US open now into the semi finals after a stunning upset over the fifth St Elena Svitolina Fernandes backed up earlier wins over defending champion di OB Osaka and the former world number one Angelique Kerber with the fighting six three three six seven six victory securing it seven points to five in the tie break up she now takes on the second seat arena sampling go up to her window of about for a quick check of a in men's action second say dental Medvedev is through to a final four clash with Felix ownership of his name I'm grandma goes

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Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset

"Rising star Felix OJ only a Siemens ended the U. S. open run of American hope Frances tiafoe but not before a three hour and twenty three minute battle to secure a spot in the quarterfinals the twelfth seeded Canadian posted a come back full centric tree and next faces eighteen year old Spanish surprise package tell us al Qaeda's who continued his record breaking run through the draw men's second seed dental Medvedev continued is quiet but effective moved through the draw and the women's second seed out of settling and the fifth seed Elena Svitolina both phones as women's favorites after reaching the final eight I'm grand like us

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The Return of Evictions in the U.S.

Axios Today

01:58 min | 10 months ago

The Return of Evictions in the U.S.

"The first time since march twenty twenty most american renters can be evicted with the federal eviction ban. now over in the last few state protections set to end this month. It's really hard to know how many people this could affect. But the census bureau estimates four point seven million adults live in households where eviction is at least somewhat likely in the next two months meanwhile goldman sachs estimates seven hundred and fifty thousand households could face eviction by the end of the year actresses chief financial correspondent felix. Salmon is with me for more hi felix. i hope so. We talked on the show a few months ago about how maybe fewer americans than many had thought would actually lose their this year. Has that assessment changed. Yes the supreme court case. I think came as a bit of a surprise. They basically said the. Cdc is not allowed to continue this eviction moratorium that they had and so now. That is no eviction. Mars horror this still illegal process. Any landlord has to go through in order to evict you and states have slow processes. The courts overwhelmed. It'll still take a while before people start getting evicted but it is now legally possible in the way that it wasn't just a week ago what government protections do still exist for people in more precarious housing situations right now. So it's changing rapidly. You know the new york state legislature is coming back to try and pas new rules extending protections now the federal protections on there anymore. I think other states are going to do similar things. I think it is just going to be much more case by case than it used to be. It used to be like this big federal blanket ban. And now it's just gonna be. You're going to have to talk to your lawyers. Who can have to also really work hard to try and work out whether you can access some of the federal funds which have been impact for helping out rentis declare. Easy thing is. That's probably more money earmarked for helping out renters than they is rent areas. But it's just very difficult to match. Those

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Olympic Stories More Lovely Than Silver and Costly Than Gold

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:15 min | 11 months ago

Olympic Stories More Lovely Than Silver and Costly Than Gold

"The olympics ended. Sunday night though. Many of us hardly noticed they were on hard to cheer for athletes representing our country. Who don't seem to actually like our country that plus the insufferable push to sexualize. These games have just turned many of us off. Well that's a shame because there really were a number of inspiring athletes. That were competing in tokyo. This year their performances in their stories are worth knowing and were celebrating like sydney mclaughlin after winning the gold in the four hundred meter hurdles last week. She said this what i have in christ is far greater than what i have or don't have in life. And she went on to say. I pray that my journey may be a clear depiction of submission and obedience to god. Another female runner who shocked the world was only a teenager. Adding mu won an olympic gold in the eight hundred meters as a nineteen year old. She's the first. Us woman to win the event since nineteen sixty eight and in an interview said this as a follower of christ our main goal is to live in the image of jesus in order to connect to god and then there's wrestler tamra a stock the first african american woman to win gold for the us in wrestling. Her interview after the olympics will bring a smile to the face of any american and her testimony of god's faithfulness just put it all in perspective back before the olympic. She told faith wire this. It's by the grace of god. I'm even able to move my feet. So i just leave it in his hands and i pray that all the practice my coaches put me through pays off and every single time it does mensa stock also noted that her dad well he would have been the loudest one in the room but tragically. He died in a car crash. After one of tamara's wrestling meets back in high school and he also likely would have approved of the way. His daughter responded after she won. Gold she said in an interview. That's now gone viral quote. I love representing the us. I love living here. i love it. And i'm so happy. I get to represent the usa another olympian who set a record despite incredible challenges. Four hundred meter sprinter allyson felix in tokyo. She earned the distinction of becoming the most decorated. us track star in history within medals over five olympics. however she almost didn't live to see this one she'd already won six gold medals three silvers before becoming pregnant back in two thousand eighteen faced with a choice between her career and her child. Allison chose the child and she endured a challenging pregnancy. That nearly took her life and the life of her unborn baby.

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The Importance of Providing Quality Customer Service to Your Patrons

Mixergy

02:00 min | 11 months ago

The Importance of Providing Quality Customer Service to Your Patrons

"You are doing the car wash. It was called prime car wash. The experience was a prime experience. Like your wife wanted where she could sit down with coffee not felix just to get away from there until they work it out. What else came in with the playbook what made it work The really the the customer service. I mean we. We wanted everybody to come in and feel like they were at a country club so the membership allows us to learn a lot of things about our member base and the other thing great about the member base is the cars. Were always clean so it wasn't like you had to spend a tremendous amount of time cleaning their cars so the rest of the time. You're just giving them white clubs glove service you. We knew their kids names. That was on the computer when they checked in soon as their car came in they were still in the car going through the tunnel but we knew they were going to be coming through the door. So the second andrew walks through the door where like andrew good to see you. You know how we're going so it's really just that personal touch. People were not expecting from a car wash and that does art. Andrew is to to be able to welcome him. Well if you're a member then we scan you as soon as you come in. I got it. And so the scan tells you who who i am and then i guess on the computer system. It says something about me from last time. is that right. That's right that's what you said. you know. The other difference is when you get in some of the great companies chick-fil-a being the first one that comes to mind when you take time to teach a sixteen year old kid what it is to give customer service meaning. We would get them out of the car. Wash like when you're at the car wash your in it and it's kind of the grind of the day and stuff so what we would do. Once we close down or even closed the car wash for a day we would take them. Give them classroom training and it was. We would literally sit them in a classroom and give them the attention that they needed to understand what it is to give what we called aggressive hospitality It's to be over overly Engaged in all customers. That are

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Allyson Felix Becomes Most Decorated American Track Athlete in Olympic History

WSB programming

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Allyson Felix Becomes Most Decorated American Track Athlete in Olympic History

"The Tokyo Olympics Allyson Felix is moving past Carl Lewis to become the most decorated U. S track and field athlete in Olympic history. Felix got her 11th Olympic medal in the women's four by 400 M Relay team. She's amassed seven gold medals, three silvers and one bronze

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Team USA's Allyson Felix Wins Record-Setting 11th Olympic Medal

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Team USA's Allyson Felix Wins Record-Setting 11th Olympic Medal

American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End

"Felix Contreras Levinson final battle for Olympic career a gold as the American women went to the top of the podium in the four by four hundred meter relay in a time of three minutes sixteen point eight five seconds I know those people in my life who came before me and how they inspired me and I'm also thinking about that the young girls and boys who are inspired by these women by their dominant performances after a disappointing games on the track the men's four by four hundred meter team finally struck gold the cruise down the home stretch crossing the finish line in two minutes fifty five point seven zero seconds the US women's water polo team capturing its third straight gold medal they defeated spayed by a final of fourteen five team USA couldn't get the timely hits and run production but the Japanese could as the host country won gold for the first time in baseball shutting up the U. S. to nothing I'm John whether it

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Felix sets a record, wins bronze for 10th Olympic medal

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Felix sets a record, wins bronze for 10th Olympic medal

"Thirty five year old Allyson Felix who nearly died while pregnant with her now young daughter has won her tenth Olympic medal a bronze in the women's four hundred it's a career that dates back to the Athens games in two thousand four and Felix has won more Olympic medals in track than any other woman I love the sport and it's been so good to me and I've grown up in it he likes is tied with Carl Lewis wants the standalone most decorated US track athlete she can surpass him if he runs in the women's four by four hundred relay and it medals on Saturday night it's very very special to be thirty five and to still be doing what I love I'm Tom acquire

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American Felix Sets New Women's Olympics Medal Record

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

American Felix Sets New Women's Olympics Medal Record

"James Steve so divide the odds and time on the clock the American took his opponent for the country of Georgia to the met twice in the final twenty seconds to win gold in the men's wrestling one hundred twenty five kilogram category Allyson Felix became the first woman to claim ten medals at Olympic track history by taking the bronze Friday in the women's four hundred meter final I am very grateful for this everyone who's come before me just so much respect and admiration I know I wouldn't be here you know without those who paved the way it works in her final Olympics matched Carl Lewis is record for most medals in U. S. track and field history Brittney Griner had fifteen points to lead USA women's basketball to a seventy nine fifty nine semi final win over Serbia will go for their seventh straight gold medal Saturday night against Japan I'm John with a bit

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Allyson Felix Captures Historic 10th Medal in Tokyo

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Allyson Felix Captures Historic 10th Medal in Tokyo

"Finishing third means you tie for first Allyson Felix captures the bronze medal in the 400 M final. That is her 10th career medal, which ties her with Carl Lewis for the most foreign American in track and field. Wrestling. American Gable

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Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

The Lead

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Allyson Felix's Transformation After the Nike Fallout

"Felix is the most decorated athlete in track and field history. She's won ten national titles eighteen world championship medals including thirteen golds. That's more golds at world's than any track and field athlete ever including you sane bolt nine olympic medals six golds three silvers two world records. She's currently tied for the most olympic medals and track and field and one more in tokyo would make her the most decorated woman in olympic track and field history. That's so exciting. She's quite the athlete that i don't think people realize how would you say that. She was known to fans of the us olympic team or the american public in the earlier part of her career. Yeah i mean her. Reputation was really for coming on scene. Super yacht maybe as the successor sprint star for the united states allyson felix. He's only eighteen years old. She already has been on the cover. Sports illustrated how about that at eighteen years old. You know she. She burst onto the scene as a senior in high school In two thousand three. She broke marion. Jones is national school record In the two hundred meter she was in high school athlete of the year that year

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Roger Federer Knocked out of Wimbledon by Hubert Hurkacz at Quarterfinal Stage

Terry Meiners and Company

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Roger Federer Knocked out of Wimbledon by Hubert Hurkacz at Quarterfinal Stage

"It's not a shocker that he lost. That's a shocker that He went. He lost six. So when the third said, that's never happened to him at Wimbledon to get a goose egg to get a bagel. Like what? It was tough, Um man from Poland, named her cats bested Federer, 6376 and 60 at Wimbledon earlier today. Um Bertini think his first name's Matteo. Excuse me. Bested Felix Alice. Mm. Um, Canada. He advances and, of course, Djokovic, a winner in straight sets today, as is Shep evolve, and so there's your Final four in men's singles at Wimbledon, and that's going to open the door for Novak Djokovic to tie Federer and not the dollar 20 right, correct. He's going. I mean, obviously the number one seed, but now that Roger's out More clearly the favorite. I would think so.

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Where in the United States Are You From?

Mega

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Where in the United States Are You From?

"Now phil. Everyone's probably wondering a what is the head accent. We're in the united states you from you caught me. I'm not from the united states. I'm from the uk. Really that is awesome. You know we've had we've had at least one person from the uk before and it was. You know i just i. It's a bit strange because it seems like everything you know. Uk is just a bit topsy. Turvy you know a lot of people think that. I'm from the united states because my accent is basically the same as you know someone from florida at tennessee. It just like. I blamed variety in but years. Really sticks out like kind of a bit of a saw them they do that and people comment on it all the time in a lovely way people are so kind. And what brought you. Indianapolis came to study really initially came to study announced attracted me to the job. That's why i came in was this was Attempt job to cover a little pocket monitor to cover my board and food. Oh that's so cool. I you know. I wouldn't have been mad if you had said that you were just putting that accent on. I didn't think it was authentic. I thought i thought. I think he's just talking like this to to kind of sound smart. You know what. I mean thank you. I'm glad he thinks. And what did you come to study. Engineering architectural engineering really. yeah bridges. big big bridge guy. Have lovely bridges here. Indianapolis famous words. Bridges city of the seven bridges. It's called that's right. City of seven bridges you know. I think that's just amazing that you know you came here to study and then you find this little job on the side in in six years later i mean you still here still in the mail room. Whatever happened to the dream about the whole bridge thing. That has had to go by the side because i have signed contracts to the church that i am maternity cover for janis until her maternity leave is up. Wow but i'm looking forward to getting back to the university of indianapolis and and studying those britches.

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"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He was Jewish, could have passed for Villa home. The second My mother knew him because the week before he had had her do a lighting test for the close ups. Going about climbed behind the wheel of the truck. Mark, you follow me, said Felix Open, Feld. He hopped into the convertible my mother and opened Feld senior squeezed into the front seat beside him. The backseat was encumbered with several suitcases and a trunk. Crew wish him bon violence Now Felix, open filled was driving rather fast. The truck followed behind. We'll see if we can shoot the film in America Open Field senior said again. My mother didn't answer. She was feeling somewhat bewildered by this turn of events at plots. Did Brooke haired Felix up unfilled stop the car in front of the hotel Metropole. Truck. Stop to wait here. I'll be right back. He went running into the hotel. A few minutes later, he emerged with two bottles of mineral water in a large sack sandwiches for the road they were about to drive off. All at once. My mother left from the car. Hi. I have to. Stay here. She said. The two men looked at her half smiling. They didn't say a word to change her mind. She they must have thought. Had nothing to lose. And really Why should she go? Her parents were waiting for her in Antwerp. The truck left first, the two opened Feld's gave her a wave. Goodbye. My mother waved to Felix often fell, pulled out of the parking space with a jerk of the wheel. Or was there a gust of wind? Open field senior lost his felt hat, which went rolling down the sidewalk. But What was a hat? They hadn't the second to lose. My mother picked up the hat and began walking without quite knowing where In front of the credit union stood an endless line of men and women wanting to withdraw their money. She walked down the avenue Nord to the station. There, she found the same chaos the same Stunned crowd that she'd seen at the station of Antwerp. A porter told her that a train will be leaving for Antwerp around three that afternoon, although they might not get in until late at night. In the cafeteria. She sank down in the corner seat. People went in and out. Men were already in uniform. She overheard someone say that a general mobilization have been called at nine. Radio. At the back of the room came news bulletins. In Antwerp, the port had been bombed a second time. French troops had just crossed the border. The Germans had already taken Rotterdam. Squatting next to hurt. A woman was tying a little boys shoes. Some travelers were shouting for coffee. Others were pushing and shoving. Others drag suitcases out of breath. She would have to wait until three o'clock. She felt a slight headache coming on. Suddenly, she realized She'd lost her overnight bag with the Elizabeth Arden products and the script. Maybe she left them its owner Studios. We're in the car. She held in her hand. That had not noticed until just then. Was open felt seniors black felt curly brimmed. That.

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"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the bottom of the page. My mother's careful signature Then the dashed off signature of Felix opened felled and the third signature in uneven choppier Spider he hand under which someone has typed, Mr Open. Feld, Senior Contract is dated April 21st 1940. They invited my mother to dine with him that evening. Wardrobe man was also in attendance and the screenwriter Henry put mom whose nationality was unclear. Belgian English German You lied, and Odin was supposed to come meet my mother about the last minute was detained. It was very cheerful. To open films. Felix especially Possess that courtesy at once rigid and playful, so typical of Berlin. Felix Open fell ill had high hopes for the picture in American studio had already expressed interest hadn't he always said We should launch a syriza of detective comedies with a sporting angle. At some point during the dinner, they took a photo. Which I have on my desk. A man with a dark slicked back hair is Felix up and film the two fat men slightly behind him. Put Mom on the wardrobe man. The old man with the weasel ish face but magnificent round eyes. That's all controlled senior and the girl who looks like Vivian Leigh is my mother and the opening sequence of the film. She was to appear all by herself. She would tidy her bedroom, singing to herself and answer the phone. He looks up, and Feld, who was directing had decided to take the scenes in chronological order. First day of shooting was set for Friday, May 10th 1940 at Soner Studios in Brussels. My mother would arrive at 10:30 A.m.. Since she lived in Antwerp, She would take a very early train. The day before she received an advance on her feet, which used to buy a leather overnight bag. The pretty one and some Elizabeth Arden products she went home with the end of the afternoon worked a bit more on her part, had her dinner. I went to bed around four in the morning. She walked to what she thought was thunder. But this noise was even louder. Along muffled roar. There were ambulances on the key Van Dyke. People were leaning out their windows sirens howled across the city. The woman from the next department explained, trembling that the German air force was bombing the port. The noise stopped and my mother went back to sleep. At seven. Her alarm went off. She hurried downstairs to wait for the streetcar and the little Square overnight bag in hand. The streetcar didn't come. Groups of people walked past speaking and lowered voices. Finally she found a taxi and all the way to the station. The driver kept repeating. I was just saying the responses of mass We're fucked. Where Careful. The station was packed and it was all my mother could do to fight her way to the platform for the train to Brussels. People gathered around the conductor asking him questions. No, the train wasn't leaving. He was waiting for instructions. In the same sentence was on everyone's lips. The Germans have crossed the border. The radio on the 6 30 news they had announced. At the very marked had just invaded Belgium, Holland and Luxemburg. My mother felt someone touched her arm. She turned it was opened. Feld senior in a black felt hat. He was unshaven, his weasel ish face it shrunken by half, and his eyes were enormous, too immense blue eyes in the middle of a tiny head. Sort of head collected by the have our own people. He led her out of the station. We have to meet Felix at the studio in Brussels. A taxi quick, a taxi. Swallowed half his words. Taxi drivers refused to take them such a long way for fear of the bombings Open. Feld senior managed to convince one with 100 franc note in the taxi open felt, Signor said to my mother, we'll split the fare. My mother explained that all she had was 20. Frank's, That's all right. We'll sort it out at the studio. He said, very little in the car now, and then he consulted an address book and rummaged feverishly through the pockets of his overcoat and jacket. Don't you have another suitcase, he said to my mother nodding toward the leather bag on her knees of suitcase. I beg your pardon? That's right. You're staying here. He muttered something inaudible. He turned back to my mother. I could never have thought that they would fail. Respect Belgium neutrality. He stressed each syllable Belgian Neutrality. Until that day, obviously He had Clung. Those two words like a vague hope. Must have said them to himself over and over. Not believing in them, but with abundant goodwill. Now they were swept aside along with everything else. Belgian neutrality. The taxi brought them into Brussels and down Avenue dater viewer and for several buildings had burned to the ground teams of fire members sifting through the rubble. The driver asked them what had happened. A bombing around eight o'clock. In the courtyard of Soner Studios. They found a truck and a large convertible crammed with luggage. Unopened felt senior and my mother appeared on sound stage be Felix often fell was giving instructions to various crew members who were packing up cameras and projectors. We're off to America. He looks up, Infeld said, and a confident voice, she sat on a stool. Opened, felt senior held out a cigarette case. Won't you come with us? We'll see if we can shoot the film over there. You won't have any trouble at the borders Felix up, Infeld said. You have a passport. The plan was to get to Lisbon as fast as they could through Spain. Felix up unfilled had obtained papers from the Portuguese consul, a great friend of his, he said. Tomorrow, The Germans will be in Paris and in two weeks they'll be in London declared open, felt senior and shook his head. They loaded the equipment onto the truck. There are three of them. To open fields and grown a bomb. Former Toby's camera man.

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"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"felix open" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sean Leonard. Got to read the final story on this show. It's called The Hat by French writer Patrick Modiano. Mariana was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2014, in part for writings about living in Nazi occupied Europe. This story takes place on the very day the occupation in Paris begins here It is the hat. At the age of 18. My mother embarked on a movie career in her native city of Antwerp. Until then, she had worked for the gas company and taken some elocution courses. But when the studio was built on the picking strapped at the initiative of a certain young Vanderheiden She walked in the door and was hired. Before long, a team that formed around Vanderheiden, who always used the same actors in the same crew. He oversaw both production and direction, and he shot his films in record time. The biggest rat studio was such a hive of activity that journalists called it. They AMP versus Hollywood's Hollywood of Antwerp. My mother was The very young lead actress and four Vanderheiden pictures he made the first two This man is an island and Johnson's versus painters over the course of 1939, the next to Johnson's and painters reconciled. And Good luck, Monique date from 1941. Three of the films or popular comedies set in Antwerp and made Vanderheiden as one critic put it of that time. The pan uel of the Sheldon Forth. Good luck. Monique was a musical. By then, November heightened production company have been placed under German control, and my mother was sent for several weeks to Berlin, where she took a small part in really forced spell. I mean, In the year 1939. My mother also signed a contract with Antwerp's Empire Theater. She was a showgirl. From June through December, They staged an adaptation of No, No, Nanette and my mother appeared in that then, starting in January, 1940 She was part of a current events review entitled Tomorrow will be better. She was at the center of the final tableau. As the other show. Girls danced with Chamberlain, umbrellas. My mother could be seen rising up in a basket, her head reached and golden rays up. Up, she went The rain stopped, the umbrellas came down. She was the image of the rising sun, whose light banished all the shadows of the coming year. From up in her basket. My mom Waved to the audience. The orchestra played a medley. The curtain fell. Every time as a joke. The crew would leave her there in her basket, way up high in the dark. She lived. On the second floor of a little House. Here. The key Even dyke. One of her windows looked out over the shoulder and the riverside Promenade in the Big cafe. At the end, there was the Empire Theater. With the dressing room where she did her makeup every evening. There was the custom House. There were the streets along the waterfront. Report. And the docks. I see her crossing the avenue. As a street car rattles by its yellow light fizzling out in the fog. Now it is night. Steamers sound their horns. Wardrobe man at the Empire had grown fond of my mother and offered to serve as her manager. He was a jolly man with large horn rimmed glasses and very slow of speech, but by night at a cabaret in the Greek quarter frequented by sailors. He sang in a musical number as Madame Butterfly. According to him, the films of Vanderheiden charming and numerous, though they were could not make an actress's career, my dear, you must think bigger And as it happened, he knew a couple of important producers who were about to shoot a film. But we're still looking for a girl to play the second lead. He took my mother to meet them. These producers Turned out to be a man named Felix Open felled and his father known to everyone as open Feld, senior, a Berlin gem dealer. This often felt senior had retreated to Antwerp. When Hitler seized power in Germany and Jewish businesses first came under threat. The sun, once ahead producer at the German movie studio terror film had found work in the United States. They liked my mother. They didn't even give her a screen test. They simply asked her to read a scene from the script right then, and there, the movie had an English title swimmers and detectives. It had been written to spec for the young Dutch Olympic swimming champion. Vili done Oden, who wanted to go into film for what My mother told me. The rather lame detective subplot served as a pretext for various dives and Aquatic ballets. My mother was to play the role of Dili than Oden's best friend. Have the contract that my mother signed that day. Two sheets of great thick sky blue paper. Watermarked with the open felled films letterhead at the top. The O of open Felled is very large with an elegant loop executive and telegraphic fix and thins. Inside the old stands a miniature Brandenburg Gate. Finally engraved. It is there, I suppose to recall the origins of the two producers in Berlin. It is agreed that my future of mother shall receive a fixed sum of 75,000 Belgian francs, payable installments at the commencement of each week of shooting. And it is understood by both parties that this fee shall not be subject to any augmentation a diminution until the contract shall expire or in due course, be extended. It is further stipulated. The time spent in makeup and wardrobe shall be considered work preparation, not.

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"felix open" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"felix open" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Paris begins. Here It is the hat. At the age of 18. My mother embarked on a movie career in her native city of Antwerp. Until then, she had worked for the gas company and taken some elocution courses. But when the studio was built on the picking strapped at the initiative of a certain young Vanderheiden She walked in the door and was hired before long. A team had formed around Vanderheiden, who always used the same actors in the same crew. He oversaw both production and direction, and he shot his films in record time. The biggest rat studio was such a hive of activity that journalists called it. They AMP versus Hollywood's Hollywood of Antwerp. My mother was The very young lead actress and four Vanderheiden pictures he made the first two This man is an island and Johnson's versus painters over the course of 1939, the next to Johnson's and painters reconciled. And Good luck, Monique date from 1941. Three of the films or popular comedies set in Antwerp and made Vanderheiden as one critic. Put it of that time, the palm you'll of the shoulder. The fourth. Good luck. Monique was a musical. Buy them. The vendor heightened production company have been placed under German control, and my mother was sent for several weeks to Berlin, where she took a small part in really forced spell. I mean, In the year. 1939. My mother also signed a contract with Antwerp's Empire Theater. She was a showgirl. From June through December, They staged an adaptation of No, No, Nanette and my mother appeared in that then, starting in January, 1940 She was part of a current events review entitled Tomorrow will be better. She was at the center of the final tableau as the other show, Girls danced with Chamberlain umbrellas. My mother could be seen rising up in a basket, her head wreath and golden rays up up. She went And the rain stopped, the umbrellas came down. He was the image of the rising sun, whose light banished all the shadows of the coming year. From up in her basket, Mama. Waved to the audience. The orchestra played a medley. The curtain fell. Every time as a joke. The crew would leave her there in her basket, way up high in the dark. She lived. On the second floor of a little House. Near the key, Even dyke. One of her windows looked out over the shoulder and the riverside Promenade in the Big cafe. At the end, there was the Empire Theater. With a dressing room where she did her makeup every evening. There was the custom House. There were the streets along the waterfront. Report. And the docks. I see her crossing the avenue. As a street car rattles by its yellow light fizzling out in the fog. Now it is night. Steamers sound their horns. Wardrobe man at the Empire had grown fond of my mother and offered to service her manager. He was a jolly man with large horn rimmed glasses and very slow of speech, but by night at a cabaret in the Greek quarter frequented by sailors. He sang in a musical number as Madame Butterfly. According to him, the films of Vanderheiden charming and numerous, though they were Did not make an actress's career, My dear, you must think bigger. And as it happened, he knew a couple of important producers who were about to shoot a film. But we're still looking for a girl to play the second lead. He took my mother to meet them. These producers Turned out to be a man named Felix Open felled and his father known to everyone as open Feld, senior, a Berlin gem dealer. This often felt senior had retreated to Antwerp when Hitler seized power in Germany. Jewish businesses first came under threat. The sun, once ahead producer at the German movie studio terror film had found work in the United States. They liked my mother. They didn't even give her a screen test. They simply asked her to read a scene from the script right then and there, the movie had an English title swimmers and detectives. It had been written to spec for the young Dutch Olympic swimming champion, Vili done Oden, who wanted to go into film. For what? My mother told me. The rather lame detective subplot served as a pretext for various dives and aquatic ballets. My mother was to play the role of Lily than Oden's best friend. I have the contract that my mother signed that day. Two sheets of great thick sky blue paper. Watermarked with the open felled films letterhead at the top. The O of open Felled is very large with an elegant loop executive and telegraphic fix and thins. Inside the old stands a miniature Brandenburg Gate. Finally engraved. It is there, I suppose to recall the origins of the two producers in Berlin. It is agreed that my future of mother shall receive a fixed sum of 75,000 Belgian francs, payable installments at the commencement of each week of shooting. And it is understood by both parties that this fee shall not be subject to any augmentation a diminution until the contract shall expire or in due course, be extended. It is further stipulated. The time spent in makeup and wardrobe shall be considered work preparation, not work. As such. At the bottom of the page. My mother's careful signature Then the dashed off signature of Felix opened felled and the third signature in uneven choppier Spider he hand under which someone has typed Mr Open. Feld Senior. The contract is dated April 21st 1940. They invited my mother to dine with him that evening. Wardrobe man was also in attendance and the screenwriter Henry put mom whose nationality was unclear. Belgium English German You lied, and Odin was supposed to come meet my mother about the last minute was detained. It was very cheerful. To open films. Felix especially That's that courtesy, once rigid and playful, so typical of Berlin. Felix Open film had high hopes for the picture in American studio had already expressed interest hadn't he always said We should launch a series of detective comedies with a sporting angle. At some point during the dinner, they took a photo. Which I have on my desk..

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"felix open" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning becomes eclectic on K C R. W salt wildfires is the song from Untitled black is and I cannot say this strenuously enough. Go listen to this album start to finish. I guarantee you that you will discover something new on it every single time You listen to it. Leon Bridges ahead of that with Lisa Lisa Sawyer from his album coming home that came out back in 2018 and we did an excellent life session with him around the release of this album back in October 2018 that will link Teo in the website for you. Ahead of that is just an incredibly powerful song Jensen McRae. The single is called Wolves, and I cannot wait to hear what a fooling from her sounds like, but in light of the news going on right now. That song as a woman really just hits home heart. If you missed it, you weren't paying attention or something like that. Go back and listen to that song. James Blake. Are you even really my favorite new James Blake song in a long time? I really love this one. Jay Felix to start. Be thankful for what? You've got A great version that's from the be thankful. Feature Saul Goodman on vocals. Really Nice. New from J. Felix, opening up morning becomes eclectic today. Still to come as the top of the 10 o'clock hour after news we'll get into this throwback session case here. W. D. J Liza Richardson really hit it out of the park by choosing this Femi Kuti session and I cannot wait to bring that to you again. Coming up in just a moment. We'll hear music from this is the kid Junior Mesa a whole bunch more So I hope you will stay with me this morning. It's case here. W.

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"felix open" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"You miss a couple more meals your excellency. Vanna gone back to mayor mccheese but he was in the same channel. What a Dick. You're looking pretty buff though dude. Fan didn't look so good. He looked like you could knock him over with a stiff breeze and he had a fleming wheat quality to speech. Hey Kong everything okay. Everything's Fine I just had to go kill mass house. The Traffic Van Down. Twenty five percent from this morning. He said there were a bunch of nodes whose connections routed through them presumably. Most of these were home or commercial customers in places where the power was still on and the phone company. Ceos were still alive every once in a while. Felix would wiretap the connections to see if you could find a person who had news of the wide world. Almost all of it was automated traffic though network backup status updates spam law to spam spam still up because the services that stop spam feeling faster than the services that create it all the anti worm stuff is centralized in a couple of places. The bad stuff is on a million Zombie Computers. If only the losers had the good sense to turn off their home. Pc's before keeling over taking off at the rate we're going. We'll be rooting nothing. But spam by Dinnertime van cleared his throat. A painful sound about that he said. I think it's GONNA head sooner than that Felix. I don't think anyone would notice if we just walked away from here. Felix looked at him his skin. The color of corn beef and streaked with long angry scabs. His fingers trembled you drinking enough. Water van nodded all frigging day. Every ten seconds anything to keep my belly full. He pointed to a refilled Patrick bottle full of water by his side. Let's have a meeting. He said there had been forty three of them on D Day. Now that were fifteen. Six responded to the call for a meeting by simply leaving. Everyone knew without having to be told what the meeting was about. So that's it you're GonNa let it all fall apart. Saria was the only one with the energy left to get properly angry. He go angry to his grave. The veins on his throat in his forehead stood out angrily. His fish shook angrily. All the other geeks went leads down at the sight of him. Looking up in unison. For once of the discussion knock keeping one eye on a chat log or tailed service log. Saria you've gotta be shitting me. Felix said you wanted to pull the Goddamn plug. I wanted it to go clean. He shouted I didn't want it to bleed out and Keel over and little gas and pukes forever. I wanted it to be an act of will by the global community of its caretakers. I wanted it to be an affirmative act by human hands. Not entropy and bad code and worms winning out fuck that. That's just what happened out there up in the top floor cafeteria. There were windows all around hardened and light bending and by customer. They were all blinds down now. Saria ran around the room. Yanking down the blinds. How the Hell can you get? The energy to run Felix wandered. He could barely walk up the stairs to the meeting. Room harsh daylight flooded and it was a fine sunny day out there but everywhere you looked across that commanding view of Toronto Skyline there were rising plumes of smoke the TD tower a gigantic modernist. Glass brick was guarding flame to the sky. It's all falling apart the way everything does listen. If we leave the network to fall over slowly parts of it will stay on line for months maybe years and what will run on it. Malware WORMS SPAM system processes zone transfers. The things we use fall apart and require constant maintenance. The things we abandoned don't get used and they last forever. We're going to leave the network behind like a lime pit filled with industrial waste. This will be our fucking legacy the legacy of every keystroke you and I and anyone anywhere ever typed. You understand. We're going to leave it to die. Slow like a wounded dog instead of giving it one clean shot through the head van scratched his cheeks and then Felix saw that he was wiping away. Tears scenario. You're not wrong but you're not right either leaving it to limp along as right. We're all going to be limping along for a long time. Maybe it will be some use to someone. If there's one packet being routed from any user to any other user anywhere in the world. It's doing its job. If you WANNA clean kill you can do that. Felix said on the PM. And I say so. I'm giving you root all of you. He turned to the whiteboard with the cafeteria. Workers used to scrawl the day specials. Now it was covered with the remnants of heated technical debates that the system men's had engaged in over the days since the day he scrubbed away a clean spot with his sleeve and began to write out long complicated. Alpha numeric PASSWORD SALTED WITH PUNCTUATION FELIX. Had A gift for remembering that kind of password. He doubted it would do much good ever again. We're going cone fuels almost out anyway. Yeah well that's right. Then it was an honor. Mister Prime Minister. You're going to be okay. I've commandeered a young Sigmund to see to my feminine needs and we found another cash food. That will last us a couple of weeks. Now that we're down to fifteen admissions. I'm in Hog Heaven Pal. You're amazing Queen Kong seriously. Don't be a hero though you need to go go. There's got to be something out there. Be Safe Felix seriously. Btw Did I tell you that queries are up in Romania. Maybe they're getting back on their feet. Really Yeah Really. We're hard to kill like fucking roaches. Her connection died. He dropped to fire Fox and reloaded Google and it was down. He hit reload and hit reload and reload. But it didn't come up. He closed his eyes and listen to van scratches legs and then heard Van. Type A little their backup he said Felix washed out a breath. He sent the message to the newsgroup. The one that he'd run through five drafts before settling on. Take care of the place okay. We'll be back someday. Everyone was going accept sorrow. Saria wouldn't leave. He down to see them off. Though assisted men's gathered in the lobby and Felix made the safety door go up and the light rushed in sorrow stuck his hand out. Good luck he said you to feel like said. He had a firm grip sorrow stronger than he had any right to be. Maybe you were right. He said maybe he said you're gonNA pull the plug. Sorry I looked up at the drop ceiling seeming to peer through the reinforced floors at the humming racks above. Who knows he said at last Felix scratched and a flurry of white motes danced in the sunlight. Let's go find you. A pharmacy Felix said. He walked to the door and the other systems followed. They waited for the interior doors too close behind them and then Felix open the exterior doors. The air smelled tasted like mown grass. Like the first drops of rain like the lake in the sky like the outdoors in the world like an old friend not heard from in an eternity by Felix the other system in said they were drifting away while he stood transfixed at the top of the short concrete staircase. The light hurt his eyes and made them water. I think there's a shoppers drug mart on King Street. He said to van will throw through the window. And get you some cortisone okay. You're the Prime Minister Van said lead on. They didn't see a single soul on the fifteen minute walk. There wasn't a single sound except for some bird noises in some distant groans and the wind and the electric cables overhead. It was like walking on the surface of the moon but they have chocolate bars of the shoppers. Van Said Felix stomach lurched food. While he sat around a mouthful of saliva they walked past a little hatchback and in the front seat was the dried body of a woman holding the dried body of a baby and his mouth filled with sour bile. Even the smell was faint through the rolled up windows. You hadn't thought of Kelly two point. Oh and days. He dropped to his knees and retched again out here in the real world. His family was dead. Everyone he knew was dead. He just wanted to lie down on the sidewalk and wait to die. Two vans raft. Hands slipped under his armpits hall. Weekly at him not now. He said once safely inside somewhere. We've eaten something then you can do this but not now understand me Felix not fucking now. The profanity got through to him. He got to his feet. His knees were trembling. Just one block. More van Said and slipped Felix's arm around his shoulders and led him along. Thank you van. I'm sorry now sweat he said. H- you need a shower. Bad No offense none taken. The shoppers had a metal security gate but it had been torn away from the front which had been rudely smashed Felix invents squeeze through the gap and stepped into the dim drugstore. A few of the displays were knocked over but other than that it looked okay Felix spotted the racks of candy bars at the same time. That van saw them and they hurried over and grabbed a handful each stuffing their faces. You to eat like pigs. They both world at the sound of the woman's voice. She was holding a fire axe. That was nearly as big as she was. She wore a lab coat and comfortable shoes. You take what you need and go okay. No sense in there being any trouble. Her Chin was pointy and her eyes were sharp. She looked to be in her forties. She looked nothing like Kelly which was good because Felix felt like running and giving her a hug as it was another person alive. Are you a doctor Felix? Said she was scrubs. Under the coat you gonNA go she brandished. The axe Felix. Held his hands up seriously. Are you a doctor a pharmacist? I used to be an RN. Ten years ago I mostly a web designer. You're shitting me. Felix said haven't you ever met a girl who knows about computers? Actually a friend of mine who runs Google's data center is a girl a woman. I mean you're shitting me. She said a woman ran. Google's Data Center runs runs Felix. Said it's still online and F. W she said she liked the acts lower way. Have you got any cortisone cream? I can tell you the story. My Name's Felix and this has van. Who needs any antihistamines? You can spare. I can spare Felix Pal. I have enough dope here the last one hundred years. This stuff's GonNa expire long before it runs out but are you telling me the nets still up. It's still up. He said kind of. That's what we've been doing all week keeping it online..

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"felix open" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

14:35 min | 2 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"He felt the blood draining from his face. And his toes were numb Felix barely comprehensible through the sobbing. He's dead Jesus he's dead. Who Who Kelly will. She said well he thought who the fuck is. He dropped to his knees. William was the name they'd written on the birth certificate though they call them two point. Oh all along Felix made an English sound like a sick bark. I'm sick I can't even stand anymore Felix. I love you so much Kelly. What's going on everyone? Everyone she said only do channels left on the Tube Christ Felix and looks like dawn of the dead at the window. He heard her rach the phone started to break up washing puke noises back like an echo plex. Stay there Kelly. He showed it as the line died. He punched nine one one but the phone went network error again as soon as he hit send. He grabbed mayor mccheese from van and plugged it into the forty six cable and launched fire Fox off the command line and Google for the Metro. Police site quickly but not frantically. He searched for an online contact forum. Felix didn't lose his head ever he solve problems and freaking out didn't solve problems. He located online form and wrote of the details of his conversation. Like Kelly like he was filing a bug report. His fingers fast his description complete and then he hit submit van had read over his shoulder Felix he began God Felix said he was sitting on the floor of the cage and he slowly Pulls Himself Upright van took the laptop and tried some new sites but they were all timing out impossible to say if it was because something terrible was happening or because the network was limping under the super worm. I need to get home Felix. Said I'll drive. You Van said you can keep calling your wife. They made their way to the elevators. One of the buildings few windows was there a thick shielded porthole. They appeared through it as they waited for the elevator. Knowledge traffic for Wednesday. Were there more police cars than usual? Oh my God van pointed the CNN tower. A giant white elephant needle of a building loomed to the east of them. It was the skew like a branch stuck in wet sand. Was it moving? It was it was healing over slowly. Gaining speed falling northeast toward the financial district in a second. It's slid over the tipping point and crash down. They felt the shock and then heard it. The whole building rocking from the impact. A cloud of dust rose from the wreckage and there was more thunder. As the world's tallest freestanding structure crashed through building after building the broadcast centers. Coming down man said it was the CBC's towering building was collapsing in slow motion. People ran every way they were crushed by falling masonry seen through the Porthole. It was like watching a neat. Cgi trick downloaded from a file. Sharing Site Sys admin clustering around the now jostling to see destruction. What happened one of the mast-? The CNN Tower Fell Down Felix. Said he sounded far away in his own ears. Was that the virus the worm. What Felix focused on the guy who was a young man with just a little type to flab around the middle not the worm. The guy said I got an email that the whole city is quarantine because of some virus bioweapon. They say he handed. Felix's blackberry Felix was so engrossed in the report. Purportedly forwarded from Health Canada. That he didn't even notice that all the lights had gone out then did and he pressed the blackberry back into its owners hand and let out one small. Saab the generators kicked in a minute later SYS admin stampeded for the stairs Felix. Van By the armed pulled him back. Maybe we should wait this out in the cage. He said what about Kelly Van said Felix felt like he was gonNA throw up. We should get into the cage now. The cage had microparticulate air filters they ran upstairs to the big cage Felix. Open the door and then let it his shut behind him Felix. You need to get home. It's a bioweapon Felix. Said a superbug will be okay in here. I think so long as the filters hold out what get on. Irc he said they did van had mayor mccheese and Felix Use smurfit. They skipped around the chat channels until they found one with some familiar handles. Pentagon's Gone White House to my neighbor's barking blood office balcony in San Diego. Someone knocked over the Gurkan. Bankers are fleeing the city like rats. I heard that Ginza's on fire Felix. Tight. I'm in Toronto. We just saw the tower fall. I've heard reports of bioweapons. Something very fast van. Read this instead. You don't know how fast it is Felix. Maybe we were all exposed three days ago. Felix closed as is if that were so. We'd be feeling some symptoms. I think looks like An. Emp took out Hong Kong. And Maybe Paris. Realtime sat footage shows them completely dark and all net blocks. There aren't rooting. You'RE IN TORONTO. It was an unfamiliar handle. Yes he typed on front street. My sister's at U. OF T. and I can't reach her. Can you call her? No phone service Felix typed staring at network problems. I have a cellphone on mayor. Mccheese Fan said launching his voice over. Ip App I just remembered Felix took the laptop from him and punched in his home number. It rang once then there was a flat. Blabbing sound like an ambulance siren. In an Italian movie no phone service Felix typed again. He looked at van then saw his skinny shoulders. Were Shaking Van. Said Holy Mother fucking Shit the world is ending Felix. Pride himself off. Irc An hour later Atlanta had burned. Manhattan was hot radioactive enough to script the webcams looking out over Lincoln Plaza. Everyone blamed Islam until it became clear that Mecca was a smoking pit and the Saudi royals have been hanged before their palaces. His hands were shaking and van was quietly weeping in the far corner of the cage. He tried calling home again and the police. It didn't work any better than it. Had the last twenty times he s h dent who is boxed downstairs and grabbed his mail. Spam SPAM SPAM MORE SPAM automated messages. They're an urgent message from the intrusion Detection System in the ARDEN CAGE. He opened it and read it quickly. Someone was crudely repeatedly probing his routers. It didn't match a worm signature either. He followed the trace route and discovered that the attack had originated in the same building him a system in a cage one floor below he had procedures for this. He Port Scans attacker and found that port. Thirteen thirty seven was open. Thirteen thirty seven was leaked or elite in hacker number letter substitution code. That was the kind of poor at that. A worm left open to slither in and out of He. Google known splits that left a listener. Import Thirteen thirty-seven narrow. This down based on the fingerprinted operating system of the compromise server. And then he had it. It was an ancient worm one that everybody should have been patched against years before no mind he had the client for it and he used it to create a root account for himself on the box which he then locked into and looked around. There was one other user logged in scarcity and check the process monitor and saw the scaredy had spawned all the hundreds of processes that were probing him and plenty of other boxing. He opened a chat. Stop probing my server. He Expected Bluster Guilt denial. He was surprised. Are you in the Front Street Data Center? Yes Christ I thought it was the last alive among the fourth floor. I think there's a bioweapon attack outside. I don't WanNa leave this cleanroom Felix washed out breath. You were probing me to get me to trace back to you. Yeah that was smart clever. Bastard I'm on the sixth floor. I got one more with me. What do you know Felix pasted in the IRC log and waited while the other guy digested it then stood and paste? His eyes. Were glazed over van pal. I have to be. He said NOPE OPENING THE DOOR. Felix said I saw an empty mountain dew bottle in the trash there right then said he walked like his Ambi- to the trash can pulled out the Empty Magnum. He turned his back. I'm Felix Will Felix's stomach. Did a slow somersault as he thought about two point. Oh Felix I think I need to go outside and said he was moving toward the airlock door Felix dropped his keyboard and struggle to his feet and ran headlong van tackling before he reached the door than he said looking into his friends. Glazed unfocused eyes. Look at me Van. I need to go van said I need to go home and the cats. There's something out there. Something fast acting and lethal maybe it will blow away with the wind. Maybe it's already gone but we're going to sit here until we know for sure until we have no choice. Sit Down van set. I'm called Felix. It was freezing. Felix's arms were broken out in Gooseflesh and his feet felt like blocks of ice sit against the servers by the vents. Get the exhaust heat. He found Iraq and nestled up against it. Are you there still here sorting out some logistics? How long until we can go out. I have no idea no one type to anything for quite some time then Felix had to use the mountain dew bottle twice then venues that again. Phillix tried calling Kelly again. The Metro police site was down. Finally he slid back against the servers and wrapped his arms around his knees and wept like a baby after a minute van came over and sat beside him with his arm around. Felix shoulder their dead van Felix said Kelly and my son. My family is gone. You don't know for sure. Van Said I'm sure Enough Felix said Christ. It's all over isn't it? We'll get it out a few more hours and then had out. Things should be getting back to normal soon. The Fire Department will fix it the mobilized the army. It'll be okay. Felix's ribs hurt yen cried. Since since two point was born. He hugged his knees harder. Then the doors opened the two systems who entered were wild-eyed one had a t that said talk nerdy to me and the other one was wearing an electronic frontiers Canada shirt. Come on talk. Nerdy said we're all getting together on the top floor. Take the stairs. Feel found that he was holding his breath. If there's any bio agent in the building we're all infected talk nerdy said just go. We'll meet you there. There's one on the sixth floor Felix said as he climbed to his feet. Well yeah we got him. He's up there. Talk Nerdy is one of the bastard. Operators from Hell who'd Unplug the big routers Felix and Van? Climb the stairs slowly. They're steps echoing in the deserted shaft after the frigid air of the cage stairwell felt like Asana. There was a cafeteria on the top floor with working toilets water and coffee and vending machine food. There was an uneasy Q. Of Systems before each no one met anyone's hi Felix wondered which one was well and then he joined the vending machine Q. He got a couple more energy bars Hannah Gigantic Cup of Vanilla coffee before running out of change then scored them some table space and feel excess stuff down before him and got in the toilet line. Just save some for me. He said tossing an energy bar in front of Van. By the time they were all settled in thoroughly evacuated and eating talk nerdy and his friend had returned again. They cleared off the cash register at the end of the food. Prep area and talk nerdy. Got Up on it slowly. The conversation die down. I'm Yuri Popovich. This is Diego Rosenbaum. Thank you all for coming up here. Here's what we know for sure. The building's been on generators for three hours now. Visual observation indicates that were the only building in central Toronto with working power which should hold out for about three more days. There is a bio agent of unknown origin. Loose beyond our doors. It kills quickly within hours and it has aerosolize you get it from breathing bad air. No one is open to any of the exterior doors to this building. Since five this morning no one will open those doors until I give the go-ahead attacks on major cities. All over the world have left. Emergency responders in chaos. The attacks are electronic biological nuclear and conventional explosives and they are very widespread. I'm a security engineer and where I come from. Attacks in this kind of cluster are usually viewed as opportunistic group. B. Blows up a bridge because everyone is off taking care of group as dirty nuke event. It's smart an option Rico. Selling soul gas the subways. They're at about two. Am Eastern. That's the earliest? We can locate. So that may have been the archduke that broke the camel's back. We're pretty sure option RICO. Couldn't be behind this kind of mayhem. They have no history of Info war and have never shown the kind of organizational acumen necessary to take out so many targets at once basically. They're not smart enough. We're holding up here for the foreseeable future. At least until the bio weapon has been identified and dispersed. We're going to staff the racks and keep the networks up. This is critical infrastructure. And it's our job to make sure it's got five nine up time in times of national emergency our responsibility to do that doubles once. This has been put up his hand. He was very daring an incredible hulk ring tea and he was at the end of the scale. Who died and made you king..

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"felix open" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on KCRW

"That's Vanessa Romo. This is NPR support free. NPR comes from Capital, One offering the spark cashcard for businesses committed to helping business owners turn purchases into meaningful investments that can help drive business forward, Capital One. What's in your wallet more capital? One dock from KCRW. I'm Cheri Glazer with a look at some stories making headlines here in southern California. A jury in Riverside County is recommending the death penalty for a man convicted of killing to Palm Springs, police officers and wounding six others ambush style attack. The same jury had convicted twenty eight year old John Hernandez Felix of murder and attempted murder. In the case earlier this month, the judge will take the panel's recommendations into account when he sends his Felix in August officers, lesley's Eragny, and Jose Vega were killed responding to call about domestic violence at the home of Felix. His mother and twenty sixteen. Prosecutors say Felix opened fire with an AR fifteen rifle Vega was close to retirement. Zaremski had just returned from eternity leaf. Four candidates for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination will be in Pasadena today to take part in a form on immigration, but they won't be sharing a stage. California Senator, comma, Harris, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, former housing and urban development secretary Julia Castro and Washington governor Jay Inslee are scheduled to appear one after another answering questions from the moderators and the audience the event is being organized by the coalition for humane immigrant rights cheerle-, and is by invitation only and after years of planning, and construction. Disneyland will finally give fans a chance to explore Star Wars galaxies edge today. The action takes place on the fictional futuristic planet of two of fourteen acre outpost for the resistance in it's never ending battle against the first order Star Wars fans will get a chance to go on a smuggler's run on the millennium falcon and refresh themselves with blue or green milk or sweet and spicy popcorn reservations are knee. Needed to get in on. It comes to air as you got plenty to choose from you can build your own droid and light lightsabres, or.

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"felix open" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Guilty Monday, multiple charges, including murder and attempted murder Palm Springs officers Leslie ebony knee, and Jose, Vega were killed in two thousand sixteen responding to a call about domestic violence. Prosecutors say Felix opened fire on the officers with an AR fifteen rifle a man's been shot and killed by LA county. Sheriff's deputies responding to a family disturbance, call in Lynnwood, he was reported to have a hammer yesterday afternoon. The shooting happened, when deputies tried to detain him. This guy tells KTLA he was just out walking the dog four gunshots. No deputies were hurt. The parents of a west cadet from the bay area killed in a ski accident have been given permission to use their late. Son's sperm to conceive a child. The parents claim their twenty one year old son told them how often he wanted kids. They say they're concerned, their family name will die a lawyer for the Francisco police departments. As a freelance journalist, whose. Opposite worke Queant was taken in a raid can get his stuff back, despite the fact legal cases not been resolved cups were looking earlier this month for a leaked police document about the death of a public defender who worked for San Francisco. The rain trash in recycling bin will not guarantee. It's getting reused in LA county, we cycling's been outsource to China for decades. But the country is put more restrictions on wittily except so most stuff ends up in landfills UCLA's deputy chief sustainability obser- bunny Benson says southern California could make sweeping changes to be more sustainable over thirty percent of everything that is imported into the US comes into the Puerto LA. It makes us uniquely positioned to actually transition to transfer and change the system across the country. He says, consumers should focus on product packaging and buying fewer single. Use items UCLA says it plans to be waste free by twenty twenty growers in northern California's wine countries that are predicting a low volume this season because of recent rainy weather. They say heavy rain, gusty winds this time of the year, cause great Brian flowers to fail and not turn into berries. They won't know the extent of any damage for a few weeks. California's sued the federal railroad administration over its decision to cancel nearly a billion dollars in funding for the state's failed. High speed rail project cover Newsom called the move illegal and a direct assault on California. The state also plans to file for a temporary restraining order to block the administration from awarding the money to another project, a baby. Boy in Chicago cut from his mother's womb has opened his eyes. For the first time he's still on life support. His nineteen year old mother was strangled last month. The two women accused of doing it have been charged in the teens death. Norad says US fighter jets, have intercepted six rushing planes off the coast of Alaska twenty two US fighters. Intercepted for Russian bombers into Russian fighter jets. Alex stone says Russian planes were entering the Alaskan air defense identification zone Monday, but remained in international airspace. Russia's defense ministry says it was a scheduled mission..

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"felix open" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

13:35 min | 3 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hi, bobby. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. You know what? Nothing's nothing's burning in Chicago yet. I know that the the the deer took place, but everything seems calm so far. What was your initial reaction to the bulls was of steel? You know, I thought it was you know, basketball decision. You know, it wasn't a financial or tax drop, or, you know, taking back contracts. Hey, a laundry powered offset the luxury tax. So yeah. I mean, I think you look at your and free agency, and you weren't really going to go out probably tracked a guy this summer with forty plus million dollars in room. So you get on a quarter for the rest of this year. You got them for two more years. And you know, I didn't think the key will be stay healthy you put him what exactly being in the at the two and the three in there. And yeah, I think I'm probably a little more of a wait and see. But I was I had no issues with the the deal, especially that Parker. You're gonna declined his option. And you know, we'll see what we would have had what Bobby Portis would have cost you. What did you what did you think of Puerto with the wizards because you know, that was their big three Puerto was up and coming player along with what they had with wall. And Beal would you think of him as a wizard? I thought he was better when John wall was there. Mice caught him coming off the bench. You know? I thought he had some good moments when he came off the bench. But you know, when you're paying a guy twenty five twenty six. Dollars. You know, you're not paying a guy come off come off the bench there. So yeah, he's been he's battled from injuries. The last you know, last couple of years. So I think that's as I said, if if he's healthy it gives you a big big three, you know, it's hard as height standpoint. And shoot the ball. I think if you wanna go small you can put them at the fourth you have to. And I thought he said when when John went out of the lineup December. I thought he played a lot better there. Bobby Marx would Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand and the espionage, Bobby. I think that this move not saying that the Chicago is going to be a top three unit in the draft. But it definitely not you at a position because I think that a healthy. Locked in auto porter will get you somewhere with sixth or seventh in the draft. I guess that's still quality. But you just you're not taking to go in the wrong direction. Yeah. I mean, I think he just kind of let it play out and see where you're going to go. I mean, we don't know what's going to happen with, you know, Robin Lopez tomorrow, I would expect Robin to get a buy out if he's not traded by by tomorrow afternoon. So that's one less player ninety a minimum guy in and you know, it's based on how what coach boy and what to do minutes. You know, there's certainly you're just because you get a guy like Otto porter complaints, thirty plus minutes. Tonight. Doesn't mean you're going to play him there. So does it get them out of the top three or top four possibly? So I think you're kind of a little a little bit of a wait and see where how he kinda of Davies up the minutes for the wizards standpoint is this a rebuild? Oh, yeah. I mean, this is a pretty much straight money. Visit a cash or contract dump here. Hey, I mean, they had a hundred and eighteen million dollars in contracts next next season, including John wall who was out until February could be out for the whole year here. And I think they realize as far as, you know, the group that bills together, you know, we're kind of stuck on a on a treadmill here. So it'll be interesting what happens with, you know, Bradley Beal by you know, probably not by tomorrow. But during the summer, he's really there laugh, you know, he's really their big, you know, they're big asset that they have less so pretty much for from Puertas standpoint. Because he's going to be restricted free agent is kind of a they just want to take a look and see if he's worth the extra cash, right? Yeah. You mean you get 'em. I three months he's on expiring, but you can qualify, and he'll be a restricted free agent. So, you know, the Washington cleaned up the books. A little bit. So I think a lot of it depends on what the price tag of Bobby Portis will be here. You know, like don't pick up that twenty million dollars to Jabari Parker option. I think Jabbari sticks there for this year. I thought he would have been a buyout guy in Chicago if she made a pass the deadline here. So yeah, you get these guys kind of it's almost like a three months for both Clair's. I wish we had beers together. I still know the direction. You can't tell you can't tell me in the press that is about being young and athletic, and then then make this move. It's almost like Chicago cannot Dale the big fish in free agency or even the B-list guy. They say, well, let's make this deal to be able to have someone that can kind of help for the future. I guess I just don't get it. Yeah. I mean, I I get it. I mean, I think you know. You want the Lakers that you you're going to miss out on three ages. Are you content winning fifteen games again next year? Do you need to accelerate the rebuilt here? I mean, if if auto Puerto comes in here and his injured or doesn't play up to up to his contract. You know, there's gonna be a lot of criticism around here. So it's still got some flexibility to summer to kind of figure out if they can go out, and maybe get a point guard, and we'll see what they added in the draft here. But yeah, I mean, I I, you know, I talked about cap space all the time, and they said Couchbase basis fool's gold. But you can certain ways you can use it, you know, your trades through free agency taking back contracts with draft picks here. So I think you know, if you're you're you're probably from the perspective of the front office. They're looking for an established wing to team up with for the next few years here. And I didn't want to go out and free agency to kinda miss out again, Bobby as always I appreciate it. Thanks so much for coming on with us in Chicago. You're walking. Thank you. Bobby marks a front office inside of four ESPN. Also, part of the NBA inside you hear that show Sunday nights right here on ESPN one thousand and the SPN app Jonathan hood with you. Felix open the phone lines this over the phone lines. Here edibles are planned. No one's watching is bad. Three one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six hundred telephone number. So you heard from Bobby marks there? And let me just go a little deeper for and I know we're coming on Notre Dame basketball. So I need to reset some things here. Because now the audience is starting to pick up again. So I I look at it like this. When I look look at Zach Harper's piece from the athletic. He makes so many salient points says bringing auto Puerto into the mix is interesting because a once promising wing took a step back this season in terms of production efficiency, some of that can be attributed to the toe injury. He's battled some of. That's just talk though, because the wizards have been a mess out of all the and let me just stop here. The one of the more underachieving teams in the NBA Washington. Wizards I think that I know I've been waiting for the wizards to take that next step for a while. Now wondering are the wizards better off just wall and porter and the pieces just or maybe Bill and porter and some pieces. I don't know I've been waiting for for a long time. But they've underachieved and definitely in this particular case because of the injury to John wall he's out for the rest of the season. So the wizards decide they want unplugged things and they're getting beat down by Milwaukee. One zero three eighty seven right now. Speaking third quarter. But this move in anytime that you see some kind of trade or some kind of move by garn packs, it's going to be magnified and rightfully so overly so because. The thing that is disappointing. I think to a lot of bulls fans is that with the LeBron Lewis east, and you should have saw it coming that. You should prepare yourself to at least be a contender in this Eastern Conference Eastern Conference is led by Janas Senator Kupu from Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Bucks or a team that has gotten a lot better. They had to come from the bottom to where they are right now as the top team in the Eastern Conference with the Toronto Raptors the same situation the Toronto Raptors good team. And now they are contending the Boston Celtics Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers Brooklyn, which should be a pain your neck bulls fans. The nets team that went through draft pick after draft pick picking trying to compile draft picks. And now that team is a good team in the Eastern Conference and Chicago's languishing down there with Cleveland in the Knicks and the Atlanta Hawks and the problem, I have is always this. Whatever direction that you're going to have as a franchise take that direction. But don't be double minded because that means you're lying to the fan base. I could not imagine being a season ticket holder for this team. I'd be so pissed off at hearing something on ESPN one thousand and then doing something else that's on the floor. That's completely different. That would be so upset about the direction of going one way or the other what this team because I look at look at it like this in the off season is past off season. When there was this tug of war between the kings and the bulls on whether or not the ball should get Zack living said at the time. It was like it's gotta be a price because that LeVine is the guy that had ACL problem that it was injured before is he worse. As Nick always said is the juice worth the squeeze when it comes to Zach LeVine. Right. And I thought that Levin is always a solid player. But not a player that you look at it and say well for sure that's a guy that you want to have the cornerstone player 'cause how do you know? And the other thing is too is that when you're changing your coach every two or three years your team can never get a rhythm where he can look at your team and say, okay, this is the type of basketball that we're gonna play. Right after this season. There's going new head coach in place. This Jim Boylan thing is an absolute disaster. So Jim Boylan and more than likely will not be the coach after this season. I'll give him a little payment. And then they'll move on to somebody else for three years and farm after three years unfairly. You know, what's really needed for the balls before you take another step about this this team? You know, what's really needed for the bulls? I've seen fire gar packs on my timeline for years, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, you, and I both know the issue that there is a need for a fresh set of eyes for this organization. You don't the bulls need and the bulls are actually gonna have to do this sooner than later they need their own. Theo epstein. And that's not necessarily talking about the championships. Like the like THEO was able to build, but someone that can look at it from an analytical standpoint and be able to look at the NBA for what's happening in tween nineteen and that's what was happening in nineteen ninety nine. You cannot and Kendall Gill mentioned this on the show last week on under the hood. You cannot be an organization in twenty nine hundred and say, you know, we're going to do we're going to develop Dan develop you're trying to win. Now, you it's not about trying to go through multiple players on your roster trying to develop them either those players ready to go. Now, let those dogs loose or then just fold your cards. That's what it comes down to. You cannot look at trying to build an organization by saying, well, you know, we've got to do with with guys like shack Harrison and Lee CO and young players like Mark. And we gotta do you have a young base. You gotta develop home. And I'd like now you gotta let those guys play happy system in place and let those guys play a general manager, and there's plenty of them. Whether it's David Griffin. Whether it is Bobby marks. Whether it's anybody that you think. That is an up and coming general manager there needs to be somebody that can look at basketball through the lens of what's happening now and look at the organization and say, well, you're going to have to let the find the first of all find that. Right. Head coach that could be able to match a system that is that is solid for a young team. And let those guys go the NBA's about getting up and down the floor. It's about pace is about being able to outscore the other team as much as possible is about possessions is about being able to make the right defensive plays. When you got to make the right defensive plays. At the end of quarters is being a better all around solid team. And with the bulls. The Otto porter signing the auto signing is fine. If you're telling me that the future of the bulls is Levin and porter. That's that. That's your core. That's forty five percent of the bowl salary cap is on those two. Okay. Fine. But then Where're you going? What's your next step? Is Chris done going actually going to be a bowl after the trade deadline is that going to happen house? He still on the roster. See one side is what we've got to be able to be bad and we've seen some tank losses here. It's amazing. It's it's obvious to anyone. If you're watching bulls basketball how there's some players that play well in the first half and all of a sudden, they're number. They're they're minutes dissipate. He just goes out and just goes away, and they're bringing young players and you trying to get bad..

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"felix open" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"felix open" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Demetre sound effect over there. I can break some glass real. Over-simplistic? Felix his head extravaganza. Go. Doing doing tonight. What is going on? I want to critiques Cory Detmar Thomas. How're you doing new jagged? Yes. See I do pay attention not new shirt dossier now. Yeah. Look good looking good here. Pretty for Mr. asked him. You'll start to. Oh, well, thank you, man. You're not I should one jacket for you. Mara was worried about me heatstroke in take one Jack. Yeah. But how's everybody doing tonight? We'd keep the stylish up here for mister glass himself. The purple one of the new the new prevalence. There was a slot. But does he hold up? We'll see what I review a lot of people talking about the glass and not to take it tonight. Not not on the RT's. Nah. But you know, we we not persuaded by the other people out there. We'll tell you the real truth. The real word about glass tonight. How do we feel how we feel about? Also went out on a date. Tonight. Would Jake Jake paper Ma hey, yeah. Yeah. He paid man. Yeah. Put out. Yeah. No one. Yeah. No, man. I'm already giving a room and board, but not a lot right now. It's all spread out. Good. He just waiting. You know, what the did sip opening there? Getting a breeze over there. Yeah. We went to go. See replicas? Finally, did it did it today. Man. You did it you Manny Manhattan? Good. Thank you Felix opened our pre shaded, and I don't know. You know, how these phase something else might pop up numbered. No, you'd never I heard that. There's another tease out their idea to. Yeah. Right. When spider man was the big thing. Somebody else came back. It's somebody doing something. They told me to my face went on I waimea real directed. Yup. Women. Did you you? I'm not going to say who what? But I think did you the last screening we went to was directed there. Well, maybe I don't know. Maybe we could be talking about two different things. But if it's the thing I've seeing everybody talk about United there. We asked about it and he likes. No, okay. Martin will. Did he happen to say that there's not a ghost of a chance? Now. Now, you're going to do. Me. Oh, yeah. Was actually in context. Yeah. Komo man work with me here. Trying to give a little bit about myself. And I get teased instead. No love. No love camping here, man. It's all right, though. So right beginning to sell them. All right again. Hey, but I'm gonna keep on going. Oh, how ya doing tonight doing tell you? We've got a full night tonight. Here should be a good show. We got some good reviews for you. And let me go ahead and welcome these other folks up in here. Let me see let me see oh he opened again. Yeah. They say, you know, we in for this review. But you never know then Mnisi online everyb-, you might have a twist. Yeah. Woodwork on the Ted. But I don't know they might not be. There might be a twist in there. What did we? Was gone on Chad. How you doing was happening with tonight? Yeah. There's at whoa, man. What is going on here? Does Chris eras. Go something to say he wrote a novel tonight up in may there's a twist. Wrote his all review, then you go people. There's a little preview for you of how somebody feels about 'em night in his movies, and we'll give you ours and a little while. But. Let's actually put the twist. Mariam says a Corey love your outfit today. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I got kind of it has kind of a turtleneck. Look doesn't take up the neck. Can still breathe a little bit. Thank you marry him. Appreciate that. And. Let me go ahead and working folks up in here today, and I'm talking about you, and you and you knew and you know, maybe. Is an even you maybe maybe we'll get onto stuff in here. One day. Maybe the twist will be that you were actually come see us in the studio still waiting for still waiting for. But until then we'll settle for the traditional in in on the predictable one where you pop up in a keyboard, and you type in.

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