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Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers
"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air when compared to the previous generation. The m one power. Mac book can export a project for the web with. I move up to three times faster. Integrate three d. effects in video in final. Click pro up to five times faster for the first time play. Back and edit multiple streams of full quality for k pro res- video in final cut pro without dropping a frame export photos from lightroom up to twice as fast us amal based features like smart conform in final cut pro to intelligently frame a clip up to four point three times faster watch movies and tv shows up to eighteen hours of battery life the longest ever on a mac book air and extend facetime and other video calls for up to twice as long on a single charge other new features and macbook. Air include. apple's latest image signal processor or isp in the am on chip which improves camera. Image quality with better noise reduction greater dynamic range and improved auto white balance and m. l. enhanced face detection so users look their best during video calls support for p. three wide color results then even more vibrant true-to-life redneck display
Apple unveils M1, its first system-on-a-chip for Mac computers
"Apple introduced several new max powered by the revolutionary m. One the first family of chips designed by apple specifically for the mac. Apple's most powerful chip ever made 'em one transforms the mack experience with its industry leading. Performance per watt. Together with mcelwain. big sur. m one delivers up to three point. Faster cpu up to six times. A graphics processing unit up to fifteen times faster machine learning or commonly referred to as m. l. capabilities and battery life up to two times longer than before in with emlyn and big sur users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for mac with amazing performance and remarkable new features the new lineup of 'em power. Macs are available to order. Today tim cook. Apple's ceo said the introduction of three new max featuring apples breakthrough 'em on chip represents a ball change. That was years in the making and marks a truly historic day for the mac and for apple. M one is by far the most powerful chip we've ever created and combined with big sur delivers mind blowing performance extrordinary battery life and access to more software and apps than ever before. We can't wait for our customers to experience. This new generation of mac and we have no doubt it will help them continue to change. The world finished cook. Let's now delve deeper into each of the new devices. Starting with the thin and light. Mac book air macbook. Air is apple's most popular mac and the world's best selling thirteen inch notebook with 'em one chip macbook. Air speeds do everything from editing family photos to sporting videos for the web. The powerful eight core. Cpu performs times faster than the previous generation with up to an eight core. Jeff graphics are up to five times faster the biggest leap for macbook air so immersive graphics intensive games run a significantly higher frame rates l. Workloads are up tough nine times faster so apps that use l. based features like face recognition or object detection can do it in a fraction of the time the one chip storage controller and latest flash technology deliver up to two times faster. Ssd performance so previewing. Massive images or importing. Large files is faster than ever and in mac book air. M one is faster than chips. In ninety percent of pc laptops sold in the past year with the industry leading power efficiency of 'em one macbook air also delivers performance in a fan. Less design which means no matter what users are doing it remains completely silent and the new back book air features extraordinary battery life with up to fifteen hours of wireless web browsing up to eighteen hours of video playback longest buried life ever on a mac book air
They Call Us The Donut King
"Low end welcome to another edition. They call us bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I feel you sorry. I'm jacky my mouth is full right now. Because i'm i'm eating doughnut. Which should give you a little bit of a clue as to this special episode or doing just swallow. I really do but is not fair. This is not fair at all. I know this is. This is intent intended to be a little bit of a Torture for you guys. i'm eating actually decay. Donuts doughnut and was it's fantastic and is a fortune for us that we actually have a two guests with us Who will share quite a lot about the business and a documentary. that's specifically about it. The documentary called donut king. The donut king and the director of that documentary is with us. All's goo else welcome to the show welcome and we also have listen one of the stars of the documentary. Put it that way right l. Be donut. Princess may lead tau of decays donuts gone. Hey guys what i'm doing. My princess wave. Meles is actually coming from the future as she is in another time zone. She's you are in cambodia. Right yes i am in kampot which is about three hours south penn in. It's a living in the future. Some fifteen hours ahead of you can i. Can i just say your internet is spectacular sounding like better than it is here in los angeles. Oh you don't even want to know what i did to get this wifi here. I have a a friend to an uncle. We call them boo in cambodian sephardic respect. So we actually also tonight. We did a cuban a little bit earlier on today. And then you know we have this podcast scheduled and i. I told my uncle where is the best wi fi here in kampot. And you know there's a lot of you know cafes. And i did a little test in one i was like. This isn't going to do so what he did was. He gave me his wifi at home. And i'm sitting in my hotel room with. His wifi plugged in amazing amazing. Thank you so we should mention that. you guys did a. I guess you guys did acuna earlier and during this now because the movie is the donut. King is Hit theaters out is out. Virtually eaters This weekend as a record this correct. Correct me opened friday october thirty and i just actually went to an in person screaming anna the only playing the film in california in person and it was being sold out screening. What is sold out mean. These days sold out at like twenty five percent capacity every other seat every other row. Now we were in With a two hundred and forty five person capacity theaters so the game is really big theater. Packet out as much as you could. During ninety five percent of the people were actual like extended family members of mealy gotta show strong so this is actually the core of the documentary. It's not just about donuts. It's actually about a community and i. It's fantastic by the way Literally it was. It was such a engrossing Story to watch. That not only did make me incredibly hungry but it may be hungry for knowledge. It's inspiring it's inspiring had inspiring about the story and inspiring our hunger for donuts so it basically tells the story about how it is that cambodian americans ended up essentially dominating the donut trade in southern california. Is that right else. Yeah it's some people make casually now. Asian people work at my local donut shop. When you know in doing this film. I've talked to people. And when i told them working on newly i thought it was just to own mind donut shop when i go to michael time. I didn't realize it's like all of them.
They Call Us The Donut King
"Low end welcome to another edition. They call us bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I feel you sorry. I'm jacky my mouth is full right now. Because i'm i'm eating doughnut. Which should give you a little bit of a clue as to this special episode or doing just swallow. I really do but is not fair. This is not fair at all. I know this is. This is intent intended to be a little bit of a Torture for you guys. i'm eating actually decay. Donuts doughnut and was it's fantastic and is a fortune for us that we actually have a two guests with us Who will share quite a lot about the business and a documentary. that's specifically about it. The documentary called donut king. The donut king and the director of that documentary is with us. All's goo else welcome to the show welcome and we also have listen one of the stars of the documentary. Put it that way right l. Be donut. Princess may lead tau of decays donuts gone. Hey guys what i'm doing. My princess wave. Meles is actually coming from the future as she is in another time zone. She's you are in cambodia. Right yes i am in kampot which is about three hours south penn in. It's a living in the future. Some fifteen hours ahead of you can i. Can i just say your internet is spectacular sounding like better than it is here in los angeles. Oh you don't even want to know what i did to get this wifi here. I have a a friend to an uncle. We call them boo in cambodian sephardic respect. So we actually also tonight. We did a cuban a little bit earlier on today. And then you know we have this podcast scheduled and i. I told my uncle where is the best wi fi here in kampot. And you know there's a lot of you know cafes. And i did a little test in one i was like. This isn't going to do so what he did was. He gave me his wifi at home. And i'm sitting in my hotel room with. His wifi plugged in amazing amazing. Thank you so we should mention that. you guys did a. I guess you guys did acuna earlier and during this now because the movie is the donut. King is Hit theaters out is out. Virtually eaters This weekend as a record this correct. Correct me opened friday october thirty and i just actually went to an in person screaming anna the only playing the film in california in person and it was being sold out screening. What is sold out mean. These days sold out at like twenty five percent capacity every other seat every other row. Now we were in With a two hundred and forty five person capacity theaters so the game is really big theater. Packet out as much as you could. During ninety five percent of the people were actual like extended family members of mealy
Interview with Ace Aura
"Are you out in Dallas as Iran, Yemen The Dallas area technically in Richardson right now I go to school at the University of Texas at Dallas and Richardson, and I met my apartment which is like right next to the school. It's not technically an on campus apartment, but it's like very heavily marketed towards UTD students, right? Yeah. Yeah. What what's I mean? What's going to college allegra now? Are you? Guys are there in person classes like what is even happening? So UCD did a really interesting thing. They made it where the professors could decide whether or not they wanted to do their classes in person or online, and almost all of them opted to do online classes, which makes sense because of like health stuff, and so all of my classes I'm taking our online this semester it's Kinda weird 'cause like. I never realized how much time that will spend inside if I'm not like forced to go outside and I even like being outside. So strange that like I've spent so much time in my room and I'm like I need to be intentional about like getting out and doing things in not larum. Yeah man I mean the the out from screens is very real, right? Yeah. I mean especially for what we do you already spending your free time in front of a screen. Exactly. Yeah, and so getting outside I find that I think. Way Better when I'm outside just walking around, it's also a chance to kind of unplug because like it's less of like an is drained thing for me than it is just like being constantly connected and feeling like I'm always like my attention being drawn to something when I'm inside with my phone with my computer and stuff, it's like I could be doing anything like even when I'm working on music I could be working on music I get a notification open it up I'm texting friends since I'm already on my phone I'm, GonNa check twitter. All my time has gone. It's gotta be such a weird experience. What Year in school are you? A senior kind of Weird L. explain a little bit behind that. So this is my Fourth Year Utd, but my first semester of this year and I'll be done after the semester. Was I was ahead of my degree plan because I had taken like AP classes in high school and was kind of a head, and so I was like I'm GonNa fill in an also got a pretty good scholarship and so I wanted to make full use of that As far as getting the whole four years worth to add a psychology minor to my degree plan as I did that last year and was taking a computer science, major psychology, minor classes, and then this semester I signed up for fifteen hours of classes and I just saw the workload as soon as the first week of school started like this is not going to be fun if I have a music career that I have to keep up as well as. and. So I was like Kinda Weird, I was talking to my girlfriend about it for a while I was like, I, have no idea what I'm going to do because like I wanted to take on the challenge of having that much work legs I would like for me to push myself learn how to balance things, which is a skill that I feel like I need to grow in weren't to have later in life but I was like this just doesn't seem right I knew. I felt like if I continued what I was going to be doing that semester with how many classes I was taking I just didn't feel passionate about lot of it. Like I chose psychology minor because it was interesting to me, it's something I like to look up in my free time but I had to sit back and be like do I really want to spend thirty hours a week on this? I. I was just talking to a friend about how sometimes you know we all we all have our interests and like when I I'll give you an example when I was in high school I did a ton of theater like I just tons and tons of theater and so when I went to college, I just sort of assumed I was like I like doing theater. Of course, I'll keep doing it in college and you know maybe this'll be a thing for me because I I was always pretty good at it in high school and it was always fun and then I got there and I saw the people who are really serious about theater. Really. We're going to go on to be the pros and you know immediately it's like, Oh, well, obviously, this is not for me. I had that kind of realization when I was an insurer neuroscience class hours. Yeah. First Week and I was like, yeah. I like learning about the brain neurotransmitters and things like dopamine and how they affect award system and that kind of thing but I don't want to memorize all these terms. So. I dropped my psychology minor after the first week and at the time of that worked out perfectly. The deadline to add new classes to my schedule was the Monday of the week after and I'd like just talked about this with my girlfriend and I went back home to my parents house. That's not too far from you like twenty five minutes away. I'M GONNA get my mom's opinion on this before I dislike drop it just to see what she thinks. She was like yeah. If it's something you don't feel passionate about go for it. Cool and then as I was doing that process I realized that I only had just a couple CS classes left in May like major and so I was like if i. Pull this off but I do is take all the psychology stuff off of my. Semester semester because they don't have to fill that space up anymore, I could just graduate after this one as I like, put all the classes that I needed into this semester and then had to like catch up on the first week of stuff but that's not usually that bad. But now on track to graduate after this semester. Man Yeah.
Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings released
"Now to Brianna Taylor case tonight grand jury recordings were made public today fifteen hours of recordings released including one calls testimony from officers and witnesses at one point jurors can be heard asking a detective for the State Attorney General. If there was a formal plan for the police raid on Taylor's apartment, he replies I'm not aware of one testimony also revealing police did not search report immediately after the shooting.
In recordings, Trump's sister says he 'has no principles'
"The latest criticism about president trump is coming from a former federal judge who's also his older sister all he wants to do is appeal to his base he has no principles I'm not no that was maryanne trump Barry in a conversation with her niece merry trump part of fifteen hours of recordings merry trump secretly made in two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen if it changes stories a lack of preparation the lying the president that I have the privilege of serving is not is not the one that's being described on ABC's this week White House chief of staff mark meadows took aim at Mary trump recently released a book denouncing the president I niece that was written out of a will that would apparently just has an axe to grind because she wants Joe Biden to be president Ben Thomas Washington
Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020 video game)
"New flight simulator. From Microsoft I have played a decent amount of is currently in the back end currently in not no longer in my back ended but in a game. Gamespot CBS's back end processing. So that might go up soon. I, like it I think. It is make no mistake a flight simulator. Off The ticks the boxes of very nice interior cockpits rendered. Lovely lovingly. Obviously. Fours ask in its attention detail of cockpits. In on it also has. Moved my mouse for a second here just to make sure everything's Okay my screen. It's got. A store where you can buy planes because there are also three different versions of this game I should mention. Each version, there's a regular a premium premium, two locks, each version coming with a slightly more planes and also. Kind of bespoke hand touched airports. You'll get more of those not substantially more but I'd say I think it's like five or six or so more perversion you go up. And that's because most of the train here is rendered using. Satellite Imagery I assume some kind of bing maps or whatever baby. Bang. And it's I keep wanting to say Google maps which I don't think this is but it is using satellite imagery which then kind of. extruded up you know the houses, it makes everything three dimensional and a lot of as you get close to it you're like Yep. Okay. That looks like somebody stretched out of J. PEG and wrapped it around building. But that being said, it works for the most part while you're in a plane and then again, that's why you have some of these more touched. By artists and people at. WHO's a? So what's the developer? Studio studios like some a company that's listed on a too. So yeah. So, like one of them is SFO is one of the ones you get into premium deluxe version and that's a very good looking airport when you're in SF Oh, it looks very much like sf owed and it doesn't look doesn't look phone eater fake that also. You can see some of that in the quick look. So there's that part I have found the tutorials in them pretty good for getting you off the ground understanding a bit of jargon. and. Then getting you back onto the ground and kind of setting you up for the very basics of flying a plane. Hey, you're going to. You're going to tilt the stick tilt your controller this way, and this way to move you're gonNA WANNA. Use break. Sometimes you're GONNA WANNA use I. don't even know if they go into flaps actually. But it's Yeah, it's pretty basic in terms of what they want you to do. But. For to stick back and hope for the. Fundamentals like to land the plane. You'RE GONNA WANNA Kinda circle around until you get to an approach vector that's going to be important. Don't just trying come in and land sideways to. Runway. Length Hardaway. By played I know how to do I don't worry about approach vector come on. So so I think I think that stuff is pretty basic. I am there said, this isn't a quick GonNa repeat a lot here. But there is going absolutely cottage industry on Youtube and other channels four how to fly this particular plane because that's stuff does not exist in the game right now if you jump from your Cessna which is kind of the very basic plane they start with which. Is kind of a lawn with wings and move your way up to a seven forty seven. You're just jumping around and it's not like they're like, okay you're in a seven forty seven. Let's go over the basics. Just, kind of fly in it. It's a totally different kind of flying altogether. I should have recorded myself with like my first half hour of this game where I was just like. Watching the install progress for. That was the first fifteen hours but when I actually got the game to run I, it must have been amazing and I wish like there was a real pilot watching me to who is just like look at this idiot. I think there's something. So Amazingly hilarious that this game is exactly what it is. Right like I know I've played flight simulator for I. Know that's a big but. There's such a feeling of helplessness where I don't know I didn't really know what I was doing i. kind of just went to the medium mode and I just I tried to go newest. Propeller plane because I'm a fucking asshole and I. It was. It was great. Can I crashed right away? It's just so strange to be that. They're just like, no this is literally the cockpit of the plane you're in and you have to fly this. Now you idiot turns out. Turns. Out I don't know how to flood plain. Do you guys? Do you. I mean that helplessness is more or less what has determined that I am never actually going to buy play this game, but I am going to watch so many other people play this game. I am so excited to watch people who know what the hell they're doing play this game, and especially if he also some people who maybe don't know what they're doing any high high. Yeah so I think. I, it is a flight simulator. It is a game they are to simulate flying a plane you have. At least three levels of assists at the base level you have. Easy medium and true to life is what call it. And then it gets more granularity can go into any of those settings and set like okay I want true to life I wanNA turn collision offer I want to turn these other things off so you can go in there. I found it pretty approachable. Drew said he tried with the controller and was fine if Said said it felt okay with the controller and find to play. I was playing with my. My flight, stick the the hotel I have here the Sitek fifty two and that was, and this is important I think for people who are jumping here. That was immediately recognized by the game, not only as a controller with a picture of the thing in the game and all the buttons laid out but drew's flight stick, which is a C.. H. Product. Was Not which I thought was hilarious that they have this like a laser ship style hotels in there but not Druze actual flight yoke and and all that stuff in there I'm sure they will add action say sure I would I would place money down that. They will add this stuff over time and products in overtime if they have a lot to do to this game over them like I. have had I- i- uninstalled it. I've been having so much trouble. I. I've been unable to even get into a plane I launched it started downloading, and then I had to close it because I had to do other things with this computer and could not let that music just play for hours at needed to download. Like additional 'cause like the initial download is like nine gigs or something. and. Then you launch that and it's like, all right. Let's download two, hundred, three, hundred gigs of stuff where you want to put it like. Which which using the Microsoft store one defaults we'll just put this on your c drive. You're cool with s just right in your documents folder, right? Yeah. Hundred does that Yeah so Side to close it, reopened it and it seemed to resume. I. Guess and it eventually just kind of brought me to the menu I don't know. If it finished the installer what did eventually bring me to the real menu and then I was able to get in there and. Turn all the assists and it gets you to this menu where you pick like Oh what airports do you want to play? Do you WanNa fly now Gimme a jet with all these salon and Lemme and let me go from I'm I'm GonNa tell you. That I'm going from SF OTAS, SEATTLE. But who knows, let's see what happens and then there's a button marked fly and click the button marked fly. And nothing happened. That's a bummer.
How the Pandemic is Hurting Women's Careers
"Women have lost jobs in the pandemic at higher rates than men, but even as workplaces start to reopen for many women. Going back to work isn't an option. Some women are having to put their jobs on hold. Risking A long-term hit to their finances and careers are reporter. Lauren Weber has been writing about this, and she joins me now, so lauren. You spoke to a number of women for this story I. Can you just tell us about some of the dilemmas? They're facing sure. One of them was a woman who had previously worked for Tesla. Manager she had taken a year off when her daughter was born and she was hoping to go back to work this summer, but she said. How can she look for a job right now? When she doesn't know if daycare will even be available for her daughter, another woman I spoke with has young child with some high risk medical needs. She and her husband, who's a lawyer, had a nanny coming to watch him while they were both working, but the nanny was also care of some elderly patients and given her son's high risk category. They asked the nanny to stop coming and she said she just started to. To lose her mind, she wasn't sleeping. She wasn't able to get her work done and also take care of her son. She was trying to protect her husband's work time since he had the larger income, it just placed her in a very difficult position, and it's not just about childcare right right. There are also a lot of responsibilities related to elder care, and often those responsibilities again tend to fall to women, so I spoke to one woman who's ninety three year old father lives with her and her husband, so they wanted to minimize the number of people coming into the House that meant either she or her husband would have to reduce their work schedules. She's a teacher at a charter school. She said she's probably going to end up producing her hours in order to be able to be more available to her father. What sort of considerations are coming into play for women who are either considering quitting or who have already quit their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic? Well, obviously, the pandemic has put pressure on both men's and women's careers. Kids are at home that it's very hard to get worked on whether you're a man or a woman. The difference for women often is that their careers ended up being. Being sacrificed more commonly because husbands tend to earn more money according to the Census Bureau in seventy percent of heterosexual married couples. The husband earns more now. There's a whole discussion about why husbands earn more money and pay disparities, but that's the situation. A lot of families find themselves in as a result, it's often the woman who steps back. The other issue is that even though we have made some progress and men are taking more responsibility and doing more of the work at home whether it's child, care or housework, it's still not equal. There was a study from the Boston consulting group that found that. Women are now doing about fifteen hours more per week than their husbands. Now even before the pandemic, the balance of Labor was still unequal, but it's become even more unequal in these times the Wall Street. Journal is also reporting that. Employs are now feeling pressure to physically go back into the workplace. What kind of pressure is this? Putting on women well I think it just adds to the sense of being an untenable position. Your your boss or your workplace is asking you to come back in or to be fully productive working from home at the same time you have on these additional demands on your time whether it's additional housework or your kids or the homeschooling, which fortunately in the summer. Women don't have that quite as much or parents don't have that quite as much, but certainly during the school year. Trying to oversee your child's education is like another full time job on top of. Your own job. It's just impossible. push-and-pull and a lot of women are just saying I can't do all of this and something's gotTa give.
Marvel's Spider-Man followup on PS5 features Miles Morales
"INSOMNIAC tweeted today. Spider Spiderman Miles. Morales is the next adventure in the marvels. Spiderman Universe we will reveal more about this. Stand alone game at a future date Hashtag. Miles, Morales ps five Jason Schreier of course from Bloomberg still doesn't feel right to say added this on Twitter News Spiderman Miles. Morales is not an expansion or enhancement or re master. Despite a Sony executives comments this morning, a source tells Bloomberg News Nor is it Spiderman to it is a brand new standalone game similar in scope to uncharted loss legacy. which makes sense is exactly what I wanna hear I think that's exactly what we all expected. They announced were now state yesterday right like it. Being called Marta Man's spider man miles, morales it, not necessarily having a to in the title and it also like showing off that trailer that had if had no Peter Parker to. Where if you finish the first game, you'd understand why that feels off in terms of Peter Parker being nowhere in the game or in that first trailer. He's probably going to be in the game. that does that doesn't necessarily feel like a spider man to like feels like some some sort of spinoff. Offshoot title, but like not off shoe or spinoff in a bad way right like my brain Amelia went to try to las. Vegas I think that's where we all kind of done to if. Out and it's like a forty dollar thing and you get like what like ten to fifteen hours worth of story and Gameplay and like New York and even if it is the same, New York from spider man twenty eighteen. That is maybe slightly altered it in some ways to bring up the speed like that's all i. that's all I really expected. I think that will be like a really good satisfied experience. All I want more hours in this in the. Went Back and watch the trailer again last night. Right seeing miles. play a far different than what spiderman does seeing him. You know swinging in a web in a webs- seeing him swing in a way that is not the exact same web-slinging. We saw from Pete in Spiderman like that's what I'm looking for I. Want a thing and if it's going to be on par with loss, legacy beautiful perfect. That's all I need. I understand that and I. Think it's a smart way to do it of. What we're talking about right where Spiderman to was not gonNA, be ready for launch, nor should it be necessarily right in so rather than rush that put out this experience something like first light something like a loss legacy something where we can getting moved exist back in this world. move the plot forward. figure out what's going off miles in then get nutty with responded to. Assume setups about him into. How. How different are let me ask you this? How much of an upgrade you think is going to be from Spiderman twenty eighteen like You New York is going to be that different is the main difference going to be like more story and a different like different abilities man I think the main difference. Will you ask two different Russians? They're the main difference gameplay. Yeah, be that miles feel distinctly different than Peter. Did with his Venom Strike and all that jazz? I think he'll play different. Feel different, obviously new story now I'll be awesome I think the other part of it is that this will finally be. The chance for playstation two flex. The muscle talked about in every one of these wired articles. Right of Lookit Spiderman. There's no more load times you can swing over there on the draw distance in like it'll be taking spiderman PS, four, which already beautiful game putting it onto playstation five putting ray, tracing on all those buildings, putting reflections into all that pudding the surround sound into all better, the Three D., whatever the hell sound. They're calling it. Your ear putting all that in. Whatever putting all that all those bells and whistles onto a game that was already gorgeous in then releasing that
Coronavirus Self-care Strategy
"Thank you so much Dr Seakor for being with us. You know it's nice to have a nurse practitioner on what what has been your take with all of this cove it. Have you been handling it? Oh, man, I've had to ramp up myself care. It's just kinda crazy out there. I've had to limit my news. Consumption I've had to really ramp up my exercise and just sleep getting more sleep setting alarm for that. It's really challenging. Sleep right now for me is so tough owes up this morning at five am odd because I just I can't sleep and. Yeah and It's funny just today. I'm like a die hard. Andrew Cuomo Tone in love with him. I call him my president. I'm like I said to my husband Mike. You think he's just like. Can We? Just what is the rules to get him on the ballot? Right on the ballot right? Thanks so on real, but other than that I've had to turn off the news, too, because it just yeah. Even the evening talk, it's just overwhelming. I mean we can't lose our hope. Too much of this information you can really lose your hope. And where are you right now? CAPE COD Massachusetts okay. where? where? Where on the Cape right at the Canal so near Plymouth? Okay so on the Cape Cod. Canal is a little shack so to speak called Seafood Chantey. CATES, that's like it's a mazing takeout. It's my favorite. It is incredible. Johnny Academies who went to College, but my dad I would die. Hard grew up McCabe my hotel. In the town of Barnes Omayyad. Liam's is no longer Nassir. Beach no worry. Our close allies just went down there last weekend, and they had to just take the shack down. Because of erosion is just so sad. Oh, that's too bad. Obse string onion rings. Who is? Now I missing McCabe. I love I. It's hard to have a tough day here when you're at the Cape. I love that. We're talking about shoestring onions because we're GONNA. Get right into it. Dr, Seymour I brought you on, because so many of us we are now in the throes of summer. We weren't able to get to the gyms even for places that are opening up, it's not the same. What can we do to drop the quarantine? Fifteen or you know? I came up with this Jingle and it represents the word pandemic, and each letter in in pandemic can be one of your self care steps when I even made a little. A little law. List. WHO IS GONNA sing the Jingle for I. Wish I could in my dreams I sing. Okay Calera user all the pillars of self care and I can take through those yes I would love that. All right so basically what everyone needs to think about is. We are really not trained to ramp up ourselves. CARE will release stressed in fact. The culture basically reinforces that we lose the wheels off our wagon right and we go directly to Ben and Jerry's and chocolate chip cookies. Whatever it is, so you have to really develop a plan and that's like my first step in pandemic. Plan and you have to have a program and you have to figure out how am I gonNA deal with this quarantine. Right. We have to ramp up your self care. Figure out. What am I gonNa do for the week. What am I gonNa do tomorrow and maybe tomorrow I just planned to drink. More water I haven't a match today I. Don't usually match my water, but it can be very powerful. Yeah, our love, and how many of you out? There are starting your day with the large glass of water. Good job. Ryan Job Amber Y- I start my day with a large cup of coffee, not gonNA lie boming well I. I love coffee, too, but I usually start with a large last water in the coffee. Going to help you in a especially if you have any. Can to actually have you sleep disrupted fifteen hours after your last caffeine. So, that's something most people don't know. How I am, that might be well. I do drink two cups of coffee, generally like seven like right when I get up I be lying to the coffee machine and so now I'm drinking them by because I don't drink coffee in the afternoon river because I know that I know that it's like I will be up till know. Chris come home. So that's planning, basically planning is essential. If you fail to prepare, YOU'RE GONNA prepare to fail and a lot of people when they're home. They just feel like they're out of their routine right so that planning also essentially creating a routine for yourself, and for so many people at home right now very chaos, even though it's been a few months now it's still chaos, not going back to the way it was and prior to this whole situation or eating out fifty percent of the time. Now they're not. What are they eating at home? How do you approach that whole situation at home with all those triggers in the cabinets and trigger people? Maybe that you're living like my husband pulls out the Ben and Jerry's at night and sits right next. Meet chomping on it like. Eating my egg whites an hour before I go to sleep. In it. Right now he's trained. I'm very trained and the good thing about training. Good thing about healthy habits is they run themselves most of the time. However, it is more challenging when you have a lot more stress in your life. They don't run themselves as automatically as when stresses lower so I've had to really be attentive to making sure my habits are
Athletes call for change after death of unarmed black man
"Now Boston Celtics guard Jaylen brown led a peaceful protest March through Atlanta on Saturday night brown who streamed part of the March live via his Instagram account also posted videos of speeches to his page he said that he had driven fifteen hours from Boston in order to protest in Atlanta which where is where he grew up and I'm going war of words between UFC president Dana white and light heavyweight champion Jon Jones continued Saturday with white stating that Jones has done a very good job of tarnishing his own name the two have been at odds for more than a week following an unsuccessful round of negotiations for a potential heavyweight fight between Jones and Francis in
10,000 people evacuated in Michigan after dam fails
"York a state of emergency has been declared tonight in Midland county Michigan or a dam has been breached after days of heavy rain governor Gretchen Whitmer says evacuations were underway involving some ten thousand people in the next twelve to fifteen hours downtown Midland could be under approximately nine feet of water we are anticipating an historic high water levels it is the second evacuation in less than twenty four hours for many of those people living along the tenable wasi river and two legs the heavy rains also caused flooding in parts of Illinois and
The Pros and Cons of Working From Home
"Was also some really good feedback Listener major gear had talked about where his experience has differed from ours to the big points that we made in that show. Was you know if you're working from home? There's two big advantages more freedom and less meetings and unfortunately for major gear. He has more meetings unless freedom and by that he means that he's apparently getting lots and lots of zoom or other electronic related meetings and I you know. We recorded the episode. It was early in this process but I am watching. My wife worked from home. Well now now she's furloughed so she's unemployed at this point but the For several weeks she was employed and I was amazed at the number of online meeting. She was attending and I was thinking. How do these people get any work done? If they're on zoom all day showing their dogs to everybody I think that Major gear has an excellent point. I think that This particular circumstance where everybody is suddenly working from home the Electronic Meeting Technologies. Have been overused. Y'All talking to a friend of mine about this. After I saw this feedback and he works for a really large organization and he said his workday is now a lot of video meetings. They don't use zoom. They use some other corporate solution. I kind of thought about that. And then I realized that Yagi in a big organization. You have to do this because you've gotten rid of all the things that just happened in office right like when we had office jobs. If you really were honest we had more meetings than we thought because someone will just come by your office and talk or you see somebody in the break room and talk for ten minutes about a project and now it gets. It all has to be scheduled so I totally see the point. I think a lot of people a lot of people feel that way. Unfortunately yeah there is a technology or a system at Basecamp basecamp for my legal side and it's called automatic check ins and what it does you get an automated notice once every increment of time you know it could be a week or a day or three weeks or whatever and and it can. It's topic specific. And I use this with some of my clients where we're working collaboratively on a project and so you get magnification but it doesn't require meeting. This is the intention of this from the base. Camp team was to say you know. We have too many meetings. There's no reason for all of us to sit in the room and wait for each one of us to give their update instead. Why don't we have this automated system and everybody can just go in and read the updates as they show up with these automatic check INS. I think it's an excellent way to avoid meeting. So if you do find yourself with a lot of meetings think about that. Maybe some way you don't have to necessarily base camp at some way to make meetings that are just check in type meetings. Turn that into a digital form and maybe you can avoid a few of those meetings good advice. The the other thing he said was less freedom and I think he was talking about all the software that gets installed on the computers and man. I don't know what to tell you there. Man They because there's so much they can do. There's just too much that they do and that I know that's not true for everyone I've met some. It people who actually really work hard to not be invasive on employees to keep the systems running without make the employees feeling like they're being treated like three year olds and so I really think there's there's two camps there there's I think the good. It people who who do try to do this fairly and then there's other people like well. I've got these tools so I'm going to know everything you do. I'm going to know how many times you hit the space bar in the last fifteen hours. It's just crazy what they can learn. What some of the software I think we touched on in the episode but I think some some people are. Some corporations are organizations with everyone working from home it feels like people feel like they have to be available the whole the whole time you know from from eight to five and maybe that's a little bit different than when you're in the office and everyone kind of understands you get a break like my last job. I worked in. This narrowly higher is is a close to high-rises. We HAVE IN MEMPHIS. You know. It's like twelve stories tall and that's a high-rise all the people in New Yorkers are rolling their eyes it may but We would through New York. Yeah right and we would There was a convenience store type little grocery store across the street and a couple of times a day. People would just wander over there and get something to drink or get snacker in Delhi. And is you weren't chained to the desk from nine to five and I think people feel like they. They need to be accessible like that when they're working from home like prove they're actually doing it which I understand especially if organization is it used to this. Maybe there's some sort of increased You know feeling of needing to just to be hyper quick. In responding sorts of things and it takes a little time for organizations to settle in to working from home and and all. This doesn't even touch the fact that many people like my wife. Who's a teacher even the schools out for the rest of the year? They're still doing online stuff right and as a teacher. She's doing some stuff with her kids and like our family kids who are doing their own schooling. So a lot of people working from home is not their only responsibility. And it's definitely can be stressful and worrisome. A lot to deal with but it can. It can really be good too if you can get all that stuff balance
How Stress Has Affected My Business
"Do you ever go to bed feeling a sense of worry a sense of not sure if things are gonna work how a sense of anxiety and you basically just get knocked out because you're so tired from all the work you've done but then you wake up the next morning and you feel just the same. You don't feel any relief. You feel the same way the same anxiety that same weird butterfly feeling in your stomach while I have. And it's been very common in the last twelve months for me. I wake up with a sense of I need to get things done. A sense of warriors sense of anxiety and feeling of a mountain of stress on my shoulders feeling of every single thing that I had to do was critical like life or death and I built it up in my head that way regardless. If it's true or not that's how I felt the past. I have fallen ill more than I ever had in the past decade and a pretty healthy guy healthy. I exercise four to five times a week. I try to get as much sleep as possible. Eight hours a night health priority for me but stress does not care about what you do. It will still affect you no matter what you do whether you exercise or eat right. Get enough sleep. It will penetrate through all that and it will affect your immune system. What happens is basically your body's on overdrive constantly. It's like your flooring. The gas pedal on your car always every time you hit accelerator your flooring at. You're really pushing your car to the limits. Every single time the longevity of that car is just not going to be. They're going to be in the shop constantly and that's what happens. Your body just gets sick and I'm talking about just fallen. Ill getting the flu or getting a cold. Having headaches migraines really and it's kind of hard for me to admit this is kind of hard for me to share this because I think I'm pretty mindful guy but I really didn't realize how much stress was affecting me. I didn't even make the connection that the reason why I was feeling that way is because I was so stressed out. Just thought hey. I'm an entrepreneur. This is the last solvent entrepeneurship. Work hard you gotTa Hustle. You got to Do a billion things to make a billion things change in your business to improve right but I realize I have to ask the question at what cost. What am I paying to do that? Right and I'm paying with my health and paying with my Enjoyment of life. My sense of feeling that everything's GonNa be okay and that has a lot to do with the expectations. I put myself because of the goals I put out there for the business now. I'm not saying not to be ambitious or to lower your standards. I'm saying understand that everything has a price so you don't have to pay a price you don't want to you. Make up the rules a book that I read recently. That helped me realign my expectations. Real Line my understanding of what it means to run a business is. It doesn't have to be crazy at work by Jason freed and David Hammer Hanson. These are the guys that are behind the company base camp and they've been running their company for almost twenty years and they have a different philosophy about work and they're in the tech industry which is hyper competitive and it's all about hustle and working hard and you know stress levels were through the roof and they say nope doesn't have to be that what you make up the rules. You can work forty hours a week. You could work thirty hours a week. In fact base camp has four day weeks Four Day workweeks on during the summer months and yet they're a highly successful company they attract the best talent. They produce great work. That made me scratch my head. Maybe I'm doing this wrong cry. It's kind of hard because you're in the midst of it all in your trying everything you can to grow your business and for me. I felt like I could do more. I could do more. I could do more not understanding that everything has a cost. I started to realize that I was spending. You know close to fifteen hours a day on my computer. I was spending very little time. Recreationally like going for a walk or very little time Maybe going to a movie or a concert. We're having fun on the weekends. I was working through the weekends even even though I would advise against that but you know I had a few projects I wanted to get done at a few things in play a few hours here and few ours becomes you know ten hours what I realized is what's going on here. Is I had my priorities upside down. I built a business and I'm trying to fit my life into the business instead of saying. Hey how do I wanna live kind of life? Do I WANNA HAVE? And what kind of business will help me live that life? That's why I got into entrepreneurship in the first place. That was the intention and I was like that for a good three four years but things changed and my life wasn't a priority anymore My ambitions to grow my business and to build new things started to grow and I lost sight of y started this all and because of this is starting to really get stressed out a really started to feel unhappy physically mentally emotionally week after week month after month and I didn't even realize it. That's the thing about stress. You don't even realize it when it's happening you just think it's normal and that's why I call stress silent killer. I also started to evaluate. You know how much time do I have? You know? I turned forty this year and you know forties super but for the most part if I took a look at the average lifespan Entering the second half of my life meaning from this point on I've lived more than I'm to live you know we don't know when we're GONNA pass away. We don't know when it's going to be the end for us. But if I just take you know trips of life expectancy your statistics time is more precious than ever right my free time. My time with my loved ones time with my friends. My overall a feeling of happiness and satisfaction means more. Now it means a lot more every single day moving forward in that stock rises. And if I don't make some changes where I can let gold little pin and realize. Hey this is serious. I'm getting tired. It's affecting my life. Things will not change. Now it's really affected my business because I was making some really poor decisions at times because I was so stressed because of SOS tired because I was under a lot of pressure. You make bad decisions it cascades. That decision domino effects and causes a lot of issues in. Your Business. Your job as a leader of your business is to make the right decision to make the right decisions as much as possible and if your number one job is to make decisions and that Ability is compromised because of stress. You're in trouble and often when I look back the reason why I was stressed I created the that environment I created the environment to allow that stress to enter When it didn't have
Outsourcing Your Most Time Consuming Tasks
"The problem with being busy is that you're doing so many things. You're not really sure what takes how long so you really need to take an inventory of everything you do on a regular basis even things you don't do on a regular basis many things you do once a month to get started. We're going to focus on a typical day in one of the best ways to find out how you're spending your time on any given day is to track it now. Most people find it very hard to take notes throughout the day about. What am I doing? Now actually looking at their calendar with their tasks are because we do little things in between of our tasks on the calendar or points on the calendar. One of the best ways to do this is to use a time tracker There's a free one that you can use one. That has a free plan. It's called time doctor. And by downloading the software on your computer. It could track exactly where you're spending all your time when you're working on your computer intellectually give you a graph like a little bar char. They'll show you where all your time is being spent whether it's an email whether it's on video calls whether it's on facebook you will know by the end of the day once you have this data now. It's time to make some decisions. The first thing I want you to do is look at what. You're spending your time at and figure out what things can you totally cut like. You don't have to do them anymore. They're unnecessary now. You might say. I don't do things that are necessary. Everything I do helps everything I do is important. No that's not true. Most things that you do are probably not going to move the needle dramatically. There's definitely some things that you do on a regular basis that don't have a dramatic effect on your business. Remember the eighty twenty rule eighty percent of your results. Come from twenty percent of your efforts. That means there's a whole bunch of stuff eighty percent of your time being spent on things that really probably don't move the needle and by freeing yourself up from those things you're allowed to focus on what works so. I think we're doing a call. We're GONNA get rid of anything. We feel that. Hey I can do without. I could stop doing that. And my business won't collapse rhyme I biz will be fine and if you're not sure if it's going to be finding out give it a try. Stop doing it for a week and see what happens is you know. Bring the business a little bit down or does it not do anything. Maybe they didn't bring it up. I've done things. Were let go of certain tasks where it actually helped the business by me. Not doing it crazy. I now so I we call next. We take a look at. What are we using our time on right? How are we spending our time and love the term spending time because it's like a currency right? It's like a has value so we gotta make sure how we actually cashing in our time. Every day for example for me it could be facebook now. You might be the only on facebook all day. Well we have a lot of facebook groups and we serve a lot of our customers through those groups and maybe I'm spending too much time there and what I need to do is consolidate so the next thing we're going to. We're going to consolidate so if I see like I'm spending five minutes here. Five minutes there. Tends there no? I'm going to consolidate instead of spending a total of sixty minutes a day on facebook. I'm going to spend twenty minutes but one shot one today. No one's going to die. If you don't comment on facebook or answer a question immediately right they can wait. You know. Twelve twenty four hours. It's okay and if you're consistent every day and people feeling okay within a day I always get an answer. That's the expectation you're setting expectations when you reply to comments within seconds so allotting a time consolidating time saying okay. Twenty minutes a day in my calendar. I'm going to go win. Answer all the comments on my facebook groups and I'm out. I don't come back until tomorrow. So we're consolidating scattered time that adds up to a lot of different et minutes right The the adds up to a lot of time that I'm being used now. I'M GONNA look at the big chunk times where it's like solid. I spent an hour on email or send our on doing some admin. I spent an hour on. Let's say Tweaking oh a website or creating a landing page and an hour said example. Could be two hours. It'd be three pointers that these are big chunks of time. And if I'm doing this every day then you know. This adds up to like five ten fifteen hours a week. What would you do with fifteen extra hours a week? I don't know maybe catch about sleep or maybe You know enjoy a life a little bit or go to the gym or work on a project that excites you. So what do we do with these tests? Spend so much time. Will we look at them and say? Is there any way possible? I can outsources if I can get somebody to do this. And I'm going to give some examples and I want to show you the brutal honesty. You have to go through to outsource to make this decision. Let's say email you spend about an hour a day on email answering people's emails in my experience seventy to eighty percent of all email can be replied by somebody else with no intervention from you. It's information that's very easy. I would like your logo. I'd like to book time with Omar and on his calendar. I like to do something. That is very cookie cutter easy. This is just a reminder almost got an interview tomorrow you could definitely outsource that and hire an EA You can get the as starting at five hundred dollars over at in the Philippines. You could check out. All My job's Ph five hundred dollars a month for a fulltime. Ea or Va. That's amazing you're gonNA save hours upon hours of time and this is just one of the tasks they can do. And all you gotTa do is really. Give them access to your inbox. Is Your work inbox. You should be able to access. If they're an employee and they can take care of your email for you now. There might be an email or two during the week that they don't know how to handle the. Don't ask. But will you can create a cadence with your. Va with three with a send. You a message on slack our base camp or whatever tool you use to communicate with the team saying I need some help with a couple of emails or they could just say. I'm all good today. No questions so what we do is call the rolling. Stand up stand up. That's virtual and basically Every staff member will answer three questions everyday. What did you work on yesterday? This question number one number two is will you? Will you work on today and question three is? Do you have any blockers? Is there something that's stopping you from completing your work and this is when your va or EA can put down the questions? They have for the emails they can't answer and they can keep a brief and you can train them and say hey. Just keep it brief. You don't have to copy and paste the whole email. I don't read the whole email. That's the whole reason why. I'm outsourcing. It's you just tell me what they want. Tell me what the question is. Tell me what you need to answer them. So usually this is one or two lines. This person's asking this question. Do we offer this something like that? Right very simple and answering two or three questions a week via slack or via base camp or whatever is going to take you seconds is going to take you less than a minute versus hours of
Voice For Medical Education with Drs. Neel Desai and Taylor Brana
"Now you guys really are on the forefront here of what's being done for education healthcare and voice technology so I'll leave it open to either of you. Who WANTS TO START HERE? But I'm curious now to just a little bit about the thought process and how you feel about education the future of education Invoice and maybe a little bit about you know some of your thoughts of what you captured in the chapter in the book. So I guess I'll start You know when you just first off education in general I WANNA take a step back here. There's nothing You know there's nothing scary about US moving onto voice. It's always been a vocal way that we teach teaching happens through the five senses and it happen. Sue that transmission of literally. What you're thinking in your brain transmitting it and it going out to someone else. That's the oral tradition. If you think about medicine or any sort of education in general it's always been apprenticeship and there's always been the oral part where you're taking that knowledge and you're transmitting into someone so if you just think about it from the basic kind of understanding of that transmission using technology to now using the Internet these voice platforms all that. It's again like I said earlier. It's just such a natural progression right so I don't think it's something that we need to be afraid of. And there's I'm sure we can talk about the things that are scary about it but it's just something that you know. We want to understand so we can use it to the best of our capacity right so now we're entering this future where you know these platforms these ambient systems that you can access information from our our here right now right and how. How do we look at that in the present moment? And how do we look at a possible future? And that's kind of what we focused on in the chapter. Mainly as where are we now? And where are we heading? So if you think about like the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic has a skill. Currently that's available that essentially as a general repository of information that you can access the skill and ask it a medical question and it'll give you solid information about. Let's say if you sprain an ankle or you injured you know you have a little muscle spasm or tearing sensation. You can ask a question to try to understand that more. And isn't that crazy that you could be running outside? You GET A MUSCLE SPASM. You come back in your house and immediately access their device and ask a question an and tell you things to look out for in order for you to know if this is more secure is or if maybe you'll be fine you know and that's just a crazy example and a realistic example of something you can already do right with that being said and something we talk about a lot and there's so many aspects of this again this would be this book's worth of information hence why there's a book about it And I'm being serious about. It is the fact that with that piece of information. There's a lot of things to tease out. Is the person asking? The question is the person is the person getting the accurate information from a credible source. Is that information and how they heard it translated by the person in an effective manner that they can use properly. There's so many things to tease out from a legal perspective and how the person's can use information all that stuff but with that being said the reality is here. It's already here. The Mayo Clinic has done. They've done a great job using that skill as an example. But how we're educating you know. People is incredibly import specifically for medical education. When we talk about with students. You know we talk about that aspect of it. There's just so much opportunity like we talked about to take this ambient sort of You know life that we have when we're entering. Let's just left the classroom. We come home and we WANNA be able to lounge on the couch and rest are is all. These students are reading books. They're staring at computer screens. And they're sitting in chairs. And if you think about them spending possibly eight to twelve to fifteen hours of the day in these positions and you know no staring at screens in having all that light and information entering their brains. The one thing that they're not using as much as just voice so that's the big thing that we wanna really hone in on is. This is a modality that students are often not using because it's always earn general. It's a lecture style memorization sort of method that we have right now. We're we're sitting in a classroom or staring at a powerpoint or listening to lecture but we're not interactively using our minds. Were not interactivity speaking. We're not interactively testing and we're using voice and that's also benefit. I talk about as well and we can talk about the things that are considerations on the negative side but the benefit is like we talked about this a lot. Is you can sit on your couch. You can be in a bathtub. You can walk on a treadmill. You can be walking outside and you can still use an interface that has nothing to do with the screen right in order to test information and so that's the aspects the positive benefits of it. There's so much we can tease out and talk about this. But I just say that in general those are some of the things in concept so we want to let people know
Los Angeles: FAA Previously Disciplined Kobe Bryant’s Pilot Over Weather-Related Violation, Report
"Rights pilot reportedly had been disciplined by the FAA for weather related violation back in twenty fifteen hours of bio violated federal flight rules by flying in busy airspace near LAX after being denied clearance due to reduced visibility the FAA a fall to the Bosnian for not reviewing weather
"fifteen hour" Discussed on WWL
"Huge in about fifteen hours Andy Reid will lead the chiefs on to the field at arrowhead just sixty minutes removed from his second Super Bowl appearance he seemed plenty of heart break even losing to the patriots in overtime on this stage last season so here's what he said when he was asked about the possibility of representing the AFC if they can get through the Titans I don't go I mean I don't go there combat you're so focused in on this game here against a tight as you know the rest of the matter remember Tennessee won the first meeting thirty five thirty two back in week ten they've already eliminated the patriots and ravens in the end of season honors impactors gear up for a rematch after San Fran one thirty seven to eight in week twelve one of the hottest new names when the head coaching searches began Niners defensive coordinator Robert Sala talked about trying to slow down the bond they Adams and him in there and have a really good relationship they got a good rapport with one another so they're very comfortable they know each other's gonna be so just a whole combination of the routes they have forum and all the different things ask them to do that just it's a good match and he's he's very talented eight catches for a hundred sixty yards both the Rogers touchdown throws in last week's win against the Seahawks in college football comes an offender Isay is Simmons is headed to the NFL draft NBA the thunder stop the Blazers one nineteen one of six jazz crank the kings one twenty three one a one Lakers brushed off the rockets won twenty four one fifteen warriors a race the magic one oh nine ninety five Zack Levin drop forty two in the bowl stop the cabs one eighteen one sixteen raptors mash the T. wolves one twenty to one twelve Sixers survive the next ninety days eighty seven Derrick rose scored twenty seven on the pistons cruise by the hawks won thirty six one oh three Celtics lost their homes of the sons one twenty three one nineteen Campbell walkers left knee injury does not appear serious he had an MRI done and it showed nothing major because he missed the game with soreness box one there's six in a row one seventeen ninety seven the final against the nets and the clippers came away with a one thirty three one thirty when in New Orleans college hoops wins at the top organs agate and Beller on a day were three four and five loss to Bob Burnham Butler all came away shorthanded case that knocked off forty drank West Virginia eighty four sixty eight use the defeated number sixteen Wichita state by eleven wins at home for number fourteen Villanova and seventeenth right Maryland.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Nobody can know that by looking at her all right by the way I'm gonna have to I have to interview whoever else is is with you or are you that I'm getting some river I'm sorry is that somebody in the back gotcha all right bottom line is to those who say that you are hindering women's advancement you want them to know what that's that's not true at all that there's two things here one she reached out to me for an interview I don't have to grant anybody an interview anytime anywhere that's my decision whether or not I want to sit down and do an interview with anyone I do interviews with women reporters all the time but we do it in a professional setting where there somebody else around for the interview she wanted to do a fifteen hour ride along with me and I made one simple request that she bring another male counterpart with her for that route along she could arrange that if you really want to do the interview but she what she really wanted was a was a was a story and so how am I to know that her story was not going to be negative to begin with and so here's a situation to and professional settings you never have to be alone with somebody with the door closed or in a car with somebody you can always arrange to have somebody sitting sitting outside of the room with the door open and have a conversation and it doesn't inhibit anyone from moving along in the professional careers people practice this all over the country always have in most big corporations practices policy yeah they I just out there a lot of practical considerations I use the realtor one I can think of a dentist I can think of an over driver they're just a whole host of situations where women are going to have equal access to the workplace anyway I'm appreciative of the fact I wanted to describe this so thank you yeah I I would just disagree with you it doesn't advance hurt anybody's advancement and and one last thing I'd like to mention everybody please keep in mind the people on the coast this hurricane is going to devastate not just Louisiana Mississippi is already had a tremendous amount of devastation from the flooding in the south delta and all the fresh water that is ruined the fishing industry in this Mississippi Gulf and they're gonna be under tremendous amount of flooding as well and we don't need to forget about Mississippi when this hurricane guide comes three we certainly won't thank you representative I appreciate it thank you well I think this makes for a great survey question today it's were kind of stock com here's the way we worded it ready is a male Mississippi gubernatorial candidate justified in precluding a female reporter from traveling with them one on one go to my website vote on that I'll give you the results at the end of this our what we have so far Catherine via Twitter I think I robin foster is a sexist who doesn't want to be alone with women because he's afraid he be tempted to break his marriage vows this is his problem not Larson Campbell's Doug I I found the the obvious inconsistency in him saying that if it were if it were a male who's gay and out that he would allow that individual to be in the truck because he knows that he's straight but that's in contrast him saying it's all about perception right I mean because perception was his argument not that something would happen with Larisa gamble but the perception of him being alone with the woman one more if we got time for Sir Commish I'm is left as they come but said a strong yes here I recall my HR recommendations along similar lines wow lefty who says a strong yes meaning that he's what justify go vote at the website I'm really curious to see how this is going to pan out by the end of the hour Abed tomorrow's planned ice rates of nine US cities aim to round up thousands of undocumented immigrants I'm gonna talk to somebody involved in giving dozens of them refuge and after a man allegedly carjacked a vehicle.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"There are fifteen hours of radio each week on the fifteenth time joined by either Dr Larry Arnn, the president of Hillsdale College or one of his great colleagues from hillsdale the talk about big things big issues and big ideas last week. It was professor Adam Carrington this week. It is Dr Arnn, Dr Arnn. Welcome back. We really liked that. I'm Carrington did you? Yeah. He's not that good though, easy. No. We loved him. Wait, wait thought he was great. Yeah. He's kind of a bright young star of the faculty. And you just wanted to take a few weeks off, you know, couple of months three months four months week. We liked him. Yeah. Okay. Okay. What if you took? How was your trip to the Pacific northwest? I was afraid you weren't gonna comeback or come back with a lumberjack shirt or you might have been smoking edibles into your food northern California last week. And it was great and I'm going to Oregon this tomorrow Monday. And and that'll you know, we have we have we have a lot of people who pay ten stress in Oregon, and that's kind of amazing. Isn't it? It is. But I'm worried about you could bake foot could get you the dopers could get you. That's when you go to Oregon, if you get out to Corvallis, especially you gotta be careful. Well, yeah, it's a different put people keep telling me to watch that show Portland. Yeah. I don't watch it. Because it is what it looks like all right now. Look, we are I've been using an analogy that you will understand Bruce Catton. I believe you might even known him. I just read his books, and I think that Thursday last before the Miller report drop was the high water Mark of the resistance. And that everything we've seen for a week has been the collapse the route of the resistance into six different directions. They're retreating everywhere. But after an tedium McClellan did not pursue and after Gettysburg me did not pursue. But I think this is like when grant takes command that was Bruce catton's book about when grant takes command at eighteen he intended to fight on that line of it takes all summer. I listened to President Trump and Michigan last night. He is on offense. Isn't that surprising? He's kind of stonewall Jackson about stuff like that. Is he? Lincoln Lincoln was disappointed in his generals until grant and Sherman and Sheridan, not fully disappointed with many of them fully. And the thing that does guys head was they knew where the battle was. And they stayed in it, and it, you know, is it. In Virginia where grant took way the most casualties in American history in the summer of eighteen sixty four they that was a terribly difficult place to fight, and he just kept at it every day and double down and double down. Now. Let me play you a little Trump audio from last night about what's gonna come next cut number fifteen. Delusions?.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Fifteen hours in counting. I'm Roger stern. Fox News part of the government remained shut down since midnight over President Trump's insistence on five billion dollars for a border wall. Fox's Rachel Sutherland joining us live from Washington for the latest on the dispute Roger many lawmakers are not at the capitol today, but their on call to return if a deal is struck so far both sides appeared dug in democratic leader Chuck Schumer delivered a clear message to the president from the Senate floor. If you want to open the government, you must abandon the wall. Majority leader Mitch McConnell pointed out that earlier this year democratic leader offered twenty five billion dollars for physical barriers and his negotiations with the president hundreds of thousands of federal government employees are furloughed or working without pay. Roger. Thanks. Rachel. President Trump is holed up in the White House dealing with a shutout not in mar-a-lago where he originally planned to be for. Christmas. Fox's Ellison Barbara telling us it's not clear when and if he will travel there nothing official just yet. The White House has told us they told us earlier today that the earliest the president could potentially go to Florida is tomorrow. But again, nothing is set in stone. Just yet he was supposed to originally go down on Friday, obviously that did not happen. The White House had to be concerned about the optics of the president on vacation while thousands of government workers are not receiving paychecks. Brett mcgurk US envoy to the US coalition in Syria is resigning in protest over president. Trump's surprise decision to pull troops out of that country. Mcgurk had warned such a move would be reckless that decision also thought to be the final straw for Defense Secretary James Mattis who announced his resignation this week matters used his resignation letter to say, the president deserves a secretary who shares his views. This is Fox News. Pollino Showtime has.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on KTOK
"Fifteen hours in counting. I'm Roger stern. Fox News part of the government remained shut down since midnight over President Trump's insistence on five billion dollars for a border wall. Fox's Rachel Sutherland joining us live from Washington for the latest on the dispute Roger many lawmakers are not at the capitol today, but their on call to return if a deal is struck so far both sides appeared dug in democratic leader Chuck Schumer delivered a clear message to the president from the Senate floor. If you want to open the government. You must abandon the wall. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell pointed out that earlier this year. Later offered twenty five billion dollars for physical barriers and his negotiations with the president hundreds of thousands of federal government employees are furloughed or working without pay. Roger. Thanks. Rachel. President Trump is holed up in the White House dealing with the shutdown not in mar-a-lago where he originally planned to be for Christmas. Fox's Ellison Barbara telling us it's not clear when and if he will travel there nothing official just yet. The White House has told us they told us earlier today that the earliest the president could potentially go to Florida is tomorrow. But again, nothing is set in stone. Just yet he was supposed to originally go down on Friday, obviously that did not happen. The White House said to be concerned about the optics of the president on vacation while thousands of government workers are not receiving paychecks. Brett mcgurk the US on voided the US coalition in Syria is resigning in protest over president. Trump's surprise decision to pull troops out of that country. Mcgurk had warned such a move would be reckless that. Vision also thought to be the final straw for Defense Secretary James Mattis who announced his resignation this week matters used his resignation letter to say, the president deserves a secretary who shares his views..
"fifteen hour" Discussed on KCBS All News
"One fifteen hour onto the sportsline and like Gioja set off the air. Of course, it's that time of year. So we're starting with football, Jennifer, we are and there are three early games last check still going, including the buccaneers and Browns at last check were tied at twenty three. I believe there has been at least one overtime game every week so far in the NFL. The patriots trying to hold off the bears in Chicago lead it thirty eight to thirty one three touchdown passes for Tom Brady. And the Vikings are leading the jets now thirty four seventeen at the Meadowlands all the early games. Our final clothing the one was in London was played this morning. Our time chargers. Hold off the titans twenty two nineteen. So that is four wins in a row for the chargers. Carolina comes back from seventeen down in the fourth quarter to win at. Philadelphia. Twenty one seventeen the Texans be Jacksonville twenty two seven. It was Indianapolis getting four touchdown passes for Andrew lucked from Andrew luck. And they beat the bills thirty seven to five and Detroit gets by Miami. Thirty two twenty one forty Niners are about eight minutes or so away from kickoff down at Levi stadium nine and a half point underdogs against the six LA. Rams David bell is a new manager of the Cincinnati Reds leaves giants after two years as vice president of player development. And Brad takes over as the manager of the angels Osman's replaces Mike so shop you stepped down earlier this month after thousand nine seasons in the halos dugout sports are fifteen and.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on What's Good Games
"Wanna find cades chest or find some events or do some adventures again there's always to deal i want to say i love the characters also destiny too i think it has much more personality than the first one and i think from what i remember i feel like we're seeing more of these characters i wish there was more in the storytelling always seems like is such little bite size pieces that never really goes right and i was telling jason this man like what i would give my left over half of my right over for like like a fifteen hour like just flew and density story where you get to see these characters and see more of the personality and see them interact because they're so well done at every time they speak like you have so much depth to you but i'm not seeing it so yeah i mean that's just a testament to how the writing is i just wish there was more of that i know destiny isn't the right game probably for this complaint is i even complaints just wish for more i guess but i'm really liking them having fun i don't know how to get better gear mike at this point you got a raid girl and you know who's there for you the what's good guardians so the maximum levels three eighty with mods you can reach three eighty five and so i am happy to shepherd you through the raid we've got a great crew we've got like drew and kayla lane a bunch of other people who are up for rating and you do have to be think three sixty minimum but the easiest way to get ready for rating is to run strikes so let me jump in there with us steiner japan we can fire team up does redone going to strike playlists you pop some fire team medallions you get some vanguard tokens in also completing those weeklies those weekly goals that are in your director are really going to give you the n grams that drop the high level gear that you need to help progress it is slow grind up there i'm not i'm not gonna pretend like it's not but it's fun it's a fun grind yeah it's and and also i'm happy to bring you into the crucible 'cause you're gonna be really good rewards and well i'm i'm not i'm not person hiding behind some sort of structure and just hoping and praying that i don't get popped i'm so i'm so bad at tv but i have so much fun plane yes but the good news about destiny p is that i feel more approachable than some other firstperson shooter because they they even everybody out unless you're playing iron banner like all of your leveled gear is kind of flattened when you're playing tvp which is nice so if i have a really high powered gun it's not going to do more damage than you're gun for example again unless you're in iron banner but those great about that is it makes it a little bit more approachable for people who are like you jumping back in in preparation for the know the forsaken expansion it's coming in the fall or people who just miss out the first time are like hey a lot of people are talking about this my friends are playing maybe i wanna check it out so i'm really glad that you're playing i actually am really looking forward to getting back in i've gotten the destiny fever again in a really palpable way so i'm i'm down i'm down to play girl you just got to shoot me a message i need help and let me know and we gotta get you into the we gotta get you into the in into the clan belong somewhere you do belong gives we'll give you a place place what could guardians steiner you have been playing a couple of euro you exclamation point inflammation put application point let's talk about this tell me about this game so where do i begin many moons ago many many moons ago i kick started a game because it was created by two of my favorite game designers and the whole wide world lori.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Lived in this area in jersey and it was so trashy and just real what was it jersey yeah and i go to burger king and i order food and the kid who's serving me to food has swastha gone antennae and i go to magic go look i'm not i don't want to food i'm not taking it this kid has swung sca and the manager will if you knew him he's a nice guy that's the area not even let me explain this it was when he was younger and somebody just if you knew of scouts nice guy nice i mean yeah if if you're at you know at a lynching or burning you it you'd wanna hang with him if you happen to be one you know wall to but if you're there for sure nice dude show you're like you're going to other countries and working yeah and is you i mean the podcast and stuff and lets me go there but you know it's the reason i kill fun going there yeah so other places people are coming out and enough to support i it's not nearly as good as america or canada australia but it's enough that i could like put on a show i'm getting my hotel and flight paid for and then you know in a few days of fucking spending money so i can like have a good time in fucking shanghai or some fucking yields in shanghai right now save a waste let me vecchione get out of here i saw a picture on facebook really by by the wall or somebody gray well okay beijing that's great that's great so i was traveling because i'd like to get booked like oh and then i sent an email like who wants to book or tweet once the book vecchione in all these people are sure sure and now he's going for fucking two weeks fifteen hour flight man so that's why you gotta go for two days you got a while i went to hong kong which for like three days years ago all the way across america then all the way across yeah hong kong was a a flight push oh like i guess the favorite place i worked was what an holland i think they get i think they're a great comedy audience in holland what what city amsterdam rotterdam i've played arab cinema time or just once and it was great i think i do get it i think they speak english i mean yeah tom rhodes lived there during stand oh he lived here forever yeah isn't that what he met his wife might i don't know i think he matter on the road afterwards i think he was already done with that ship before yeah we should do festival here they had a tv show we did a couple times yeah england was okay did you know tom i wanted to get it but go ahead ingham's okay you can't say no doodo tom will you guys hanging when you were using no you when i was when i was using i was the only time i'd go on the railways to mc and i'd go with best deal you know a lot frankie steele he was on attic and fucking marc maron did a bit about him i show yeah cuba steeler always doing here and wake up and go right stage yeah yeah he lets you open for yeah i would host and he would you know and i did like these rooms on the road i would get one hundred twenty five week that's what a paid then a week it's i was like a days a way we in some clubs yeah hundred twenty five bucks it costs nothing to fly this is a long fucking time maybe two hundred bucks whatever okay richmond comedy club virginia beach comedy club i did a couple i worked with hicks once or twice in houston rudolph fix the singer great i worked with him in lubbock texas i think right when he broke up with his his girlfriend he was dating forever so he was miserable kumyk fucking miserable we went true story he's dead doesn't matter it doesn't matter his long dead shall we get into a cab and he says ernie like prostitutes so the cabdriver you know i'm gonna show he goes to the first place knock center door and shields indoors 'cause you're a cop and close on them dan he takes us to another place i was sent into car takes a and she opened the door and look you're too young to door he did a bit of a.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on First Things First
"Don't gamble or for people that have been afraid to how do i do it is the the online sportsbook give me my money is though is the book you're going to get arrested right for those people they're gonna find if in when it becomes legalize state by state than it's easy that can be fun and that can be a way to give you a little enhanced reason to pay attention to blow out of follow teams outside of your hometown team this court justices they did not do any justice to american citizens because doing fifteen hours sports that week is much been around sports much i think i know about sports how hard it is the best so let me tell you some lot of people lost a lot of money on that ruling yesterday 'cause that gambling i don't know a whole bunch of winners now i know people who say they win at gambling but i don't know a whole bunch of winners and i know the national football league is impossible to pick so they didn't do as us citizens they didn't do as a favor yesterday well let me make this i want to make this clear because i'm probably the resonant gambler on this show no one should look at this as a way to make money no one should look at this as as a way that my side job is going to be betting games you should look at this the way that you would look at spending money on going to the movies or an amusement park or something like that that you are paying for entertainment sometimes you'll get a return on investment sometimes you won't cc's absolutely right it is almost impossible to.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on TechtalkRadio
"Sixty five to seventy percent true to the book how about the three process i have to ask about oh the three d was amazing some people you know they think of three d they think of maybe twenty or twenty new no this is so much better dude it was like oh my god it was right even when they were doing the previews and stuff and the texas coming on the screen i was like i was almost feeling queasy because it felt like it was right there in front of my face with us the three d is amazing nowadays right but if you have a chance to go see any i amax three d oh i'm i i i should say this if you have any chance to see a three d movie go see in imax three d first off where and if you have a chance to go see ready player one you best go see it and i max three d but here's the thing about our ready player one it they stayed true to the book to for the most part sixty five seventy percent should the book of course they had to shorten everything down because honestly if they were to do a movie based on the book it'd be like a fifteen hour movie right but it was really really well done steven spielberg made magic with this one he really stayed true there are so many pop culture references in the movie you can't even eighties right from the eighties and nineties you can't even count them there so fast i mean just looking around the screen at certain times in certain segments i can see things like lower kroft standing next to a batmobile really i could the main character drives a delorean from back to the future complete with the interior that has actually set the correct date back to nineteen eighty five of but but but but they've updated the current date to the movies date which is twenty forty five i think i want to say so so all that little detail the guys walking around inside the oasis and you see a hello kitty surrounded by person from a person from the video game overwatch next to master chief from halo next to.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"This w w j newsradio nine fifty stephanie davis joins us live and local from outside the track with more reaction stephanie hey good afternoon greg some people say they saw this coming but was just surprised that it happened so abruptly like today the wife of one employee says her husband didn't know he would be out of a job until he showed up for work this morning and the other part of this story greg is what will happen with the horses who cannot be placed somewhere else about fifty or so or here right now i ran into abby dhabi leaving the raceway he was very frustrated because he has eighteen horses here he says that he has to move by the fifteenth and he has more horses on the way nobody vase known people sheep into horse coming twenty twenty hour drive fifteen hour drive ten or drive now we have to move on the last fifteen that's shame yeah and another horse owner i talked to just by phone says this is horrible he's got a hundred horses that he has to figure out what to do with reporting live in hazel park stephanie davis ww jaas radio nine fifty developing news there's been a smaller quake off the coast of southern california us geological survey says a magnitude five point three earthquake recorded at the channel islands were told it could be felt parts of los angeles feeling some shaking there'd been no reports of injuries or significant damage though market closed much higher today the dow up two hundred forty the snp up eighteen nasdaq gained thirty four as w j business editor murray feldman tells us live and local experts think to michigan companies have now pit bottom murray and so that means they should be moving higher greg i general motors now thirty eight dollars a share predicted to hit forty five within a year today gm fell three cents and other analysts says ford has rebound potential is up a fractured tonight the.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And he was once in prison he had once took another route both that was one is the inspiration behind the foot because more we walked on that recorder could have straight outta kok than he looked at me and said i would not be here if it was not review and at that moment she'll went down my fine because i do that i don should have been walk in that require all yeah will without a doubt is there any shot that this very seemingly long sentences vir sentence can be reduced toshock while i am fighting i am speaking with another hour eight um uh today i'm i'm actually going to be practice this weekend to gain the interfax on participating in a conference on data was one or two senators on and we're gonna talk about that i'm the is thousands of miles away from me he's and the western part is texted in effect up fifteen hour thrives dare you know your son has he changed in prison through this experience a hong absolutely but it is still kerzner let me ask you this one of the things that intrigued me about your story a win your pr agent reached out was was this question of whether or not criminal behaviour is in herited this is a complicated question there are psychologists that can say and and lawyers that might say it's even there's even a murder gene is that a yes serrano on your part actor ready it is i want to reiterate the name of the book mama i should have listened a voice of pain and power i want to give you a hug across the miles and say that i'm very impressed with your fortitude your courage i regret your pain of course but you're doing very good steps with your son and i take it at your word that he has changed i hope you can get that sentence reduced i wish you god's speed good luck in doing that toshiba smith meals you can find her book at all the usual places including cameras on dot com on terry gilbert back after this message and data rates may apply remembering went to change your fridge filter is a hassle remembering the right filter is almost.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on WINS 1010
"And when it gets this golden wendy it's tough for travel at kennedy airport they still haven't caught up from the snowstorm backlog much of the travel with terminal four passengers came out they were blasted what the bitterly cold air and then told horror stories like in in bread they had just flown in from dubai it was a fifteen hour flight and then they were forced to sit in the plane where it was parked on the tarmac with three and a half hours with no bathrooms no water where people getting crazy us people were flipping out but were they say never ladylike you to call nine one one it was an emergency and in getting over wasn't much better anthony one of the drivers was furious because there seemed to be momentary gridlock cups for all those markups people can get into picked up their passengers look at their budgets and on top of all that it was freezing out here carol d'auria tinted windows jfk wins news time one o five as if the weather were causing enough chaos at kennedy there was a minor accident on the tarmac that caused some headaches two planes clipped each other pretty hard the wing of a china southern jet smacked into the tale of a kuwait airways plane both were boeing seven seven seven thousand neither is going anywhere for awhile there were no passengers on the china southern plane that the kuwait flight was full of people who had to be taken to hotels and then put on other flights were imagine not having any he'd in this whether there'd been lots of complaints about boiler issues in the last couple of weeks and dozens of nitra buildings that's why city controller scott stringer says it's time for his office to do an audit and find out exactly how much in where this is happening in order to prevent it from the bronx to brooklyn the.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"They actually played through it and recorded the whole thing over the summer and then they frame it around them talking about what had happened so it cuts back and forth between them and the president and then in the past so they might be going through this thing and then they cut to the prison and they're talking at like like as they're playing they make an observation like oh this game maybe it's only gonna take as 15 hours or whatever and then they cut to the and like it did not to take as fifteen hour of i think if you're a fan of final fantasy he'll enjoy it even if you might be frustrated because they're playing this game and it's excruciatingly hard and they don't have an instruction manual the original final fantasy was meant to be played out within instruction manual next because it doesn't explain it who they're just flake blindly walking around in china figure things out but yeah it's very entertaining i recommended i'm looking forward to when they move on to new seasons and better final fantasy games but still you should check it out it's called no one can know about this kind of a bad name that makes me lunch with yeah yeah you should listen it so i have a have a couple of media media recommendations and meeting okay hit me i tweeted some of these the one thing i'll say really quickly as i watched the movie downsizing and i was pretty disappointed by it thought it wasn't great so bummer about that is great premise and then it's a sort of follow that as a median not recommend not recommendation this isn't a recommendation though is the movie ladybird written and directed by gregor wig is really good a really really good movie that i loved and just thought was wonderful and highly recommend people watch as a check that out it's a very sort of coming of age said in sacramento really just well written and beautiful look at a young person's life and her relationship with her mother and that's just it's is one of those like good movies it's it's very good having watch mali's game yet i haven't i'm excited to watch it though and heavy watch the disaster artists at i also haven't watched that merit zalazar a two favorite gains favorite movies of the fire the worst thing i think.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Six employees and to ten fifteen hour for the smaller firms uh this is part of an agreement reached by couple of years ago senate bill three that will continue to hike hourly wages until it reaches fifteen bucks in twenty twenty two for large companies and in 2002 2003 for all workers and i don't know how many thousands of times we've had this conversation about it doesn't mean a damn thing because it's hyperinflationary the price of all other goods work will go up the only thing that uh is going to happen man is many many people will lose their jobs period end of statement the cap pay kept hand brothers staff is is shaking in their boots right now because i'm going to lower their i'm a if if it's fifteen dollars is the minimum wage in that's what that's what i have to provide them legally i'm lowering it down and low him down what they get paid authority hugo you're on came jay either uh uh i just wanted to throw in the loop the thought about you know the power ratio the federal government to the state and trump have enough power to you know kind of fool some of the funding but i was just curious 'cause i've heard in the past that uh the majority of the federal phil is footed by new york and california and i don't know if that was play a role in any of that don't understand what you're saying wait what he's basically saying is that the majority of the federal income is from taxes from uh sure of course california you're you you know it hugo you're right but at some point if people are gonna start drawing lines in the sand unique draw the line in the sand okay an and if the federal government uh you know hey at some point you have to make a.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on WEEI
"Hey lakers have lost fifteen hour oh what happened american apply us and not my son you it blamed on on lopez sue given us somebody like a look at it this way steph curry did he come anywhere close still playoffs his first year no he didn't he merely one more than thirty games until like his fourth or fifth year in the nba career every career rings cleveland teams even with him putting up good numbers from age nineteen those seems were tara rebel until the bronze came back and you're telling me that lawns oh ball is going to be able to do what those two guys couldn't two top ten players in the nba no chair then i guess dale history with the stupid guy though will say the father he'll say it's okay because you've gotta lemon jello and low all now what was allowed the next to coming up next got to go over to get them the lakers to how the pick haul away all control all controlled that's good is excuse when the lakers are losing i need my two other kids zia we need all three of the balls together oh my god this is going to be a complete clown show and unfortunately what's the real over under their you put on their wins the lakers i would say i will give them the same number they won this past year 'cause lopez will have some big nights he'll score luba they won twenty six last year arguing 26 again this year i think you take the over here you're going to have that laker draft pick next year is going to be interfax it's going to be an impact that a sock unless unless they get it unless they get your but even if they get george what are they have to give up to get george and let's say he gets into your a oneman show with with paul george that's that's what you are it's just they will manage just putting more pressure on the kid you talking about great competitive basketball players that at when you make a statement like that you could their dander up all you do it has given a bulletin board material that laker game is suddenly on the schedule there circling and say i'm gonna shut that no good little kid down i woke because they want to stick it to your man and then the omantel be sitting in the front.
"fifteen hour" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Sizeable school for make a fifteen hour the saint bad at all i could do this forever this takes me for four hours a night and you know what bri went back like a november and i pay out i tried to do all the credits they came back to me this early graduate state let's have been what the outcome i go on this for ya and i don't get invited anything that nothing nothing either with some guys are more i know it's like i have to be over a mess allow those be i don't know but i talk to those guy yeah i don't see i talked to a lot of those guys especially now lately the last few years in fact i wanna give a shout out to my buddies having openheart surgery farkhat wednesday if i now brave this weekend and my wife didn't picked of my wife did picked tuesday tomorrow the fly i would fuck and clump back to new york at least monday this guy want the my mom's wake while like i go back to have deep were there steve though this rambling shift so i'll be praying for my own way is open for taking heart surgery play man went home when they rushed to hospitals heart was beaten two months don't do drugs yeah hasn't done drugs and 24 means that had happen again he got an episode again so i have to do some to his vow so while but i was or four years with that could amazing thirty five years and guys you listen to his package with the funds talking about was it goes fast mother focus.