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Vaccine laggard Japan steps up shots with company efforts
"Japanese companies have joined the effort to speed up the country's logging coronavirus vaccine bowed out ahead of the start of the Tokyo Olympics next month the C. E. O. of energy and technology giant softbank has visited in the office of affiliate we work with medical professionals being inoculated with the maternal vaccine softbank plans fifteen such sites to vaccinate one hundred fifty thousand employees and their families on an additional one hundred thousand people residing at the sites Japan's vaccine vote out who's been the slowest among developed nations with only about five percent of this population fully vaccinated and the hope is a business push would accelerate the rollout I'm Charles the last month
Loki and 10 Ways to Build the Perfect Streaming ServiceRemembering Ned Beatty
"Let's talk quickly about a terrible loss. In the world of movies we lost a great actor beatty who passed away this weekend at eighty three years old. He of course was the memorable supporting star of a lot of great films in the seventies particularly network and deliverance nashville. And all the president's men superman so many others. I was a huge ned. Beatty fan. Amanda what did you think about the loss of ned. It's sad you have meddled with the primal forces of nature like an instant amazing speech and it's great that every character actor gets that moment and gets oscar nomination which he did for network it sort of is like the exception of his wonderful career as the king of showing up in a movie. And he's he's a classic that guy curly and to me he'll always probably be. I'll remember him most for all the president's men when he plays the investigator in miami that Dustin hoffman as carl bernstein has to connive his way into the office but yeah just a long career. What over one hundred and fifty roles just in everything that you bike and it said he lived a great life. He had a great career. He's amazing and everything you can see his work. In the work of all the great character actors in character actors transformed into leading men over the last twenty five years. I thought a lot about philip seymour. Hoffman and michael shannon actors. Like them who you know. Greatly benefited from i think a lot of the work ned beatty did over the sixty seventies eighties
What Does Bill 96 Mean for Quebec?
"Jordan rawlings. this is the big story to lead. Ramona's is a montreal based journalist also opinion columnist for cult montreal where she looked at the good the bad and the ugly of bill ninety-six tula. Hey how are you jordan. I'm doing well. Thank you for taking the time. I wanna ask you maybe just to start For those of us outside of quebec can you give us some context for the ever evolving Language legislation this is. There's a lot of historical connotations here. Right oh god where to begin will basically bill ninety. Six is is an upgraded. Its what is supposed to be an upgrade to Kickbacks language law otherwise known as bill went to one you know which just celebrated fifty one years. I think of existence Which aimed to establish french as the common long language in quebec and fifty plus years later the current government The the cue has basically decided because of issues with french because of the constant kind of fragility of the language and they feel that French is eroding vay needed to upgrade they needed to strengthen that legislation that piece of legislation. So here we are now with bill ninety six
TESTING1 Streaming is Your Gaming Gateway - DTNS 4051 - burst 02
"Objective or substance. Within thirty days the agency also banned exchange coins which are proprietary coins. Issued crypto exchanges. That can be treated and also pay fees irish justice minister heather humphreys which would give irish police the power to compel people to provide passwords when executing a search warrant with fines of up to thirty thousand euros and up to five years in jail for noncompliance. The bill would also require police to make a written record when doing a stop and search which would include location age gender and ethnicity information to better document trends of who the procedure was being used on beats announced. The wireless beats studio buds for one hundred fifty dollars offering active noise cancellation. Ip export water and sweat resistance and five hours of battery life. The earbuds will integrate with control center and so offer hands-free series support on ios but also support fast pair and google find might vice features on android preorders are open now shipping june twenty-fourth. You look really nice to bitcoin. Miners approved the tap root upgrade to the crypto currency in november. This is the first upgrade in four years. Which is meant to improve efficiency improve. Privacy make multi signature transactions infective unreadable and support Smart contracts on the lightning network payments platform. Bloomberg's mark gurman and debbie sources. Say that apple will release an updated apple watch this year. Twenty twenty one with a thinner display. Basil an ultra wideband radio and a faster processor. Apple will reportedly update both the standard and se. Model apple watches in two thousand twenty two as well as introduce a model for extreme sports athletes including adding a body temperature sensor to some models. All right those are the quick hits. Let's talk a little more about g mail and workspaces. Your g mail account may soon get a different look to google announced its workspace. Productivity suite is available to all google accounts. Now you don't get everything yet. It starts making google chat available in g mail in the place of hangouts chat which it is interoperable with but has a few different features. It's mostly a renaming so if you go into settings right now and say. I switched me from hangouts to google jet. You get a different look and you get a few more. Well maybe bell and whistle. These group chats are not the same however as rooms you may find that some of your older chats were set up as rooms in hangouts and rooms will reappear if you switch to this showing up separately but don't get too used to that because rooms will soon be called spaces this. With a number of new features like better message threading emoji reactions user roles moderation tools and basically things that make it more like slack than like texting. So that'll be the difference between chat which is more messaging interface even though you can do groups and spaces which is right now called still called rooms which will be
Tumult Disrupts Israeli Parliament as Netanyahu Era Ends
"Netanyahu served as israel's prime minister for the past twelve years the vote to replace him yesterday in the knesset was partisan as what we see in congress here in the. Us sixty is fifty nine. Nays with one person abstaining. Laura king is an la times global affairs correspondent. She's currently in israel. And was there for the knesset. Vote that saw netanyahu prime minister. Welcome to the times laura. Thank you described that final. Vote itself the scene. That happened during then afterwards. Well as long as the lead up to the vote. I think since the very last moment that something could go haywire for the new coalition and so the vote was about as close as it could be it was sixty to fifty nine with one abstention and so i think there was just an enormous insipid relief on the part of the new coalition. That was trying to ask prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu that they had actually pulled this off and i heard there was heckling there towards holly bennett. That new prime minister. Yes when he rose to speak there was a really concerted amount of heckling from the the allies of the outgoing prime minister barely letting him finish his sentences at times his kids who are in the gallery and they were making little heart symbols with their hands. I think trying to encourage their dad.
How to Empower People to Solve Their Own Legal Problems
"Start by telling you a story about danielle. When she was a senior in college. Danielle's dad passed away which left her mom with no way to support herself so danielle had to drop out of college and pick up. Three jobs is a barista a bar. Tender nicole washer altogether three jobs pay danielle twenty three thousand dollars per year which wasn't a whole lot but allowed her to feed her mom and keep a roof over their head and for danielle. That was enough but early one morning when danielle was driving home from one of her jobs. A deer in front of her car. She swerved off the road and crashed into a bar. And then y'all doesn't remember exactly what happened next but when she woke up in hospital a few hours later a doctor told her that she had damaged her brain stem and c one vertebrae now. The good news is that danielle was gonna leave the hospital alive. The bad news is that danielle had fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills now. Did y'all tried so hard for the next two years to try and pay back that debt but it was impossible. It was impossible for danielle to pay back fifty five thousand dollars in medical bills. Earning just twenty three thousand dollars per year. She felt trapped. One freak accident put danielle on the verge of homelessness hunger poverty. And when you're in daniel shoes bankruptcy is a lifeline. It's a powerful legal tool that allows you to relieve your debt and reenter the economy medical emergency job loss divorce. These are financial shocks. That could happen to any of us and when you're living paycheck to paycheck and don't have a whole lot of savings like so. Many americans. a financial shock can ruin your life. Bankruptcy gives you a second chance. Then you'll want to go find a bankruptcy lawyer. She like so many others filing for bankruptcy learned that it was going to cost her fifteen hundred dollars. She can have that kind of money. I mean what a cruel irony in america it costs you fifteen hundred dollars to tell the court that you have no money when you walk into a court everyone from the judge clerk the form themselves will tell you to go find a lawyer no matter how little money you have
Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four
"We turn our attention to another consensus top five. Pick former or five star prospect. Jalen green he was actually ranked second in the class of two thousand twenty. Twenty two twenty four seven sports. He's a six foot six hundred seventy eight pound nineteen year old guard from california who skipped college to play for the g. league night price of five hundred thousand dollars. He averaged seventeen point. Nine point four point one rebounds and two point eight assists in thirty two minutes per game shop forty six point one percent from field on thirteen point six tips per game. He shot thirty six point. Five percent from three on five point seven tenths per game. He was the team's leading score in best three point shooter. I've seen him as high as third in some drafts. I haven't gone forth behind k. cunningham. Jalen son evan. What more can you tell us well. Yeah he's shot. Fifty five percent from two thirty six point. Thirty six percent from three point range and sixteen games at that g. league ignite level. He does have you know yes. What more can i tell you for. Most people listening there is the allure somewhat of the unknown here. I mean only the diehard diehard nba draft have been keeping consistent tabs on jalen green whereas if he had gone to college he would quite clearly be known commodity. He would most certainly play for bruce. Pearl at auburn. Had onto college. And that would. Certainly things would have gone different. I think for the tigers last season if that had been the case green himself by the way tweeted back in may he tweeted and then subsequently deleted. Because this isn't exactly the greatest endorsement for the daily. He said i know for a fact. If i would have gone to college it would have been a different talk about. Who's going number one. He might well be right. But that's the that's the that's the status of the g. league ignite program at this point and that's to be expected by the way. But hey listen you're not gonna go number one because you didn't go to college but he got paid five hundred thousand dollars and you're going to go second third or fourth and i think that's a trade off the quite clearly jalen is comfortable with
How Software Is Eating the Car
"I saw an article on the i tripoli spectrum which is their magazine by robert charette how software is eating the car the trend toward self driving an electric vehicles ed hundreds of millions of lines of code two cars can the auto industry cope. Just put it in perspective. Hundreds of millions of lines of code. That's how many lines of code there are in windows. it's that it's on. that level of sophistication. I'm sure i've been talking about this all along. But it's kind of stunning and it's relevant right now because it according to analysts. The chip shortage global chip shortage is being felt everywhere but it's especially being felt in kars four point one million autos won't be made this year because they can't get the chips that's a lot. Ten years ago only only fancy cars had microprocessor control units. Today fancy fancy. Cars like the bmw. Seven series may contain one hundred fifty electronic control units pickup trucks like the ford f. One fifty one hundred fifty million lines of code as of twenty seventeen. Some forty percent of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semi conductors. The cost is doubled in ten years and they think by By the end of this decade. It'll be fifty percent. Each new car today has about six hundred dollars semi conductors. Three thousand chips in it. So it's no surprise. I mean your steering is controlled by a chip. The the doors windows the mirrors the seats the climate control of course the anti-theft system the kilos entry system even the steering column as a computer on.
Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America
"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis
How Do You Measure Accuracy in Speech Recognition?
"Do you mean when you say accuracy when it comes to speech recognition. So that's a really really good question. How do we measure that when we talk about accuracy we're talking about. How many words correct did the system get so. We call this word race so often. It's you know the smaller. The number the more accurate system or we can talk in terms of accuracy. The higher the number the more accurate unperformed system is on what happens is as children get younger. The systems that have been on adult data. They have been modeling language adult behaviors. They work reasonably well for amateur ten-year-old nine ten ten twelve the beginning to sound like little adults now we all know that not all kids are like some kids take a little more development maturing but by the whole when they start getting a little bit older and they start looking adults. The system start form. Well what happens when children younger. What you see is the performance. The accuracy error rates of how many mistakes the system gets starts to die right. There's two different types of areas we talk and when you look at it is simply that the system isn't hearing the difference between a child and adult speech or is it in the language interpreting so sometimes when you talk to a voice assistant how you may be asking for something way out there that the system is no idea. So is able to transcribe what you said but it just can't match what you said to any reasonable response you get account response gone. I can't help you right now. I don't know that answer. Canned responses are quite a thing in speech recognition league. We're all aware of but there's another type of problem that exists is that when people with accents or dialects that are not served by these speech recognition systems. That you're starting to see some acoustically. It actually can't even transcribe that. I'm really see that problem when it comes to kids too. We like to think much more as if you're trying to deal with a system to understand a fifty year old male at a four year old girl you can start to see how different the child's speeches their language behaviors whether you're also trying to do for the pheromone your effectively boiling the ocean. You know it's going to work for some courts better than others and that can be age profiles. It can be in language dialects. And that's where we start to see bias so the system. Not performing for certain demographics as well as it does for others and dash can have very profound effects
Leonard, George Help Clippers Beat Jazz, Cut Deficit to 2-1
"The Los Angeles Clippers grabbed an important win in their second round playoff series against the Utah Jazz with a one thirty two one oh six victory the clippers cut Utah's best of seven series lead to two games to one hitting fifty six percent of their field goal attempts quite Leonard led the clippers with thirty four points and twelve rebounds the biggest thing is that we made shots and open looks leave me you know you wanna come down tonight we do not Paul George added thirty one points including thirteen in the second quarter as Los Angeles took a fifteen point lead into the half Reggie Jackson Nicole but to meet score seventy points apiece for the clippers Donovan Mitchell led the jazz with thirty points game seven a set for Los Angeles on Monday I'm Jim Bernard
Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats
"Traditional sailing. Races can conjure up stayed images of white cotton sales and shiny polished teak but over the last decade modern racing yachts have turned the cop into an extreme sport. They have these wing like sales that are the size of jumbo jet wings and they tip or heel as it's called in sailing what looks like impossible angles towards the water nowadays. The huge yachts actually lift up out of the water and seemed to fly on things called hydrofoils ripping down with both boats up on the blood. An amazing start to this court. Shrink hydrofoils like underwater wing. I mean just like the wing of an airplane that sticks out to either side mounted on a stick that comes down below the boat and then as the boat goes faster the the wing generates lift in it picks. The boat up hydrofoils were first introduced. Officially in the america's cup in two thousand thirteen. With the ac seventy two class. That's the name of the boat design used in that race. Hydra foiling sailboats. Kinko twice the speed of traditional votes attack from oracle team. usa potentially another dip from emirates team new zealand. Both it has to give way over forty five nights or over fifty miles an hour and You know sort of on the edge of control not only sailing the boat and keeping it stable but also structurally. The boats are very challenging. This technology itself is new but it has been transformative for the race and it's inspiring naval architects and maritime enthusiasts who are drawn to the speed and efficiency of these hydrofoils. Now summer considering how this hydrofoil technology could reimagined more than just a sailboat race. We realized got something very special so went about trying to use that technology to try and tackle the climate crisis
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
Xuan Liu Teaches Women Game-Changing Skills With 'Poker Powher'
"Swan lou welcome to the rake guys. Thank you so much for having me So i'm looking at your background and plugging poker power This kinda hit the scene this year. Pretty hard Her a lot of people talking about it. A lot of really good female players have contributed. And you guys ran that huge tournament online on. It seemed like everyone into do. You wanna give me some background on it. How you got involved in what your mission is. Yeah we'll start from day one. So i actually applied for this job with this eastward team and didn't get the job but they actually got in touch with someone at poker power And i was initially just dabbling with them for a while. instructor to see what the is. All about. Niger's i've always loved this mission helping women out. I used to do when i i. If coaching is sue always offered fifty percents discount to females in. So it's it's definitely a cause of super passionate about in just seeing how of the company has operated its leadership its direction just made me completely fall in love with in now unlike holy back on the wagon like to play again like i go into whether as director or consultant as a member of the advisory board in. I feel like i'm asking a difference. Not just in. The lives of my students is just so rewarding to see like women who otherwise wouldn't come into the game gained so much confidence and Fall in love with it. The way i did way back in the day. Speaking of way back in the day you've said and other places that When you first were interested in poker you would set up hands with your stuffed animals in a circle. I believe and experiment Which stuffed animals were the best at poker snowy and starry. so what. we're still in starring. What were they white. Bears are among like christmas. Donation fund could report and get from the community
Jerod Smith: Professional Grinder
"I bring to you. Professional poker player coach. And podcast host jared smith jared. Welcome back to the podcast sir. Hi ben man. Good how about you. I've been doing very well keeping busy. I guess we'll start by. Ask him what have you been up to. Since last time we talked just fokker obviously been playing a lot more live. Actually more live cash than Navy since last time we talked. We were smack dab dab in the middle of the most extreme part of the pandemic so had been kinda locked down stuck in the house Pretty much just playing online tournaments Every day trying to make sunshine's can have that feeling where online poker is so good that everybody was gonna allow these recreational players that were home because of covid. We're gonna run out of money soon. And some of the sites are kind of bleeding dry in my opinion with some of the schedule in guarantees everything. So that's kind of where it was dan a since then everything in vegas. Everything's opened up a whole lot. More and ton of people been here lately so given it was on the strip last night and just on a monday night was just pretty much packed. You know kind of back the old vegas so to speak so You know it's been really good but it it just pretty much. Been playing a lot of live cash in occasional venetian venetian and win tournaments and such and then Just one us circuit ring online. Last sunday congrats man congrats. Why the live cash games streets and not the live tournament Live tournaments fairmount. Those kind of my that was kind of bread and butter. I mix between live tournaments and online tournaments for the most part. But i've actually been pretty down slaying online mostly. I wouldn't call it a big downswing in live tournaments. But i just hadn't really done too much since the since the i tournaments can i came back so in those can add up a lot quicker other just the the lower end binds are are higher than the barbarians. You know the higher end by that. I play online. Of course even like a four hundred live is like a low buying soft tournament. And i really don't play for a play much over to fifteen to twenty five or something on sunday itself had been kind of going on down swing so it's pretty hard to downswing in. Live one three into five cash people ages. They're like literally giving it away. I mean you you can do it. You can down so you can run. Bad variance will will get you. But it's it's you don't win when your win rate is is something absurd and i'm not even super i'm not even very good at cash. I would say. But i was still winning it some somewhere in the neighborhood of forty to fifty dollars an hour in a one three to five combines so it was an adjusted make sure keeps him steadying going to pay the bills and everything in this kind of play tournaments to trinh make more
Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis
"It was just dawn on a pleasant spring morning. When dutch marine commandos crept up to a motionless train. The cars had been the home of fifty one hostages for the past twenty days self malone gunmen guarded their captives who they hope to use as political leverage. The terrorists demanded that their pacific island home formerly dutch colony and under indonesian rule be given independence while the marines began boarding the train. Five jet airplanes dropped smoke bombs from above a journalist with the associated. Press was reporting from about three quarters of a mile away from where the train was located. He described what he experienced. The ground is trembling. They're firing a lot of firing. Everybody reporters photographers police. Army men are ducking down behind armored personnel carriers later it was estimated that over fifteen thousand bullets had been discharged by the military at the train. One of the hostages ought to j. tweaked woke up two gunshots and tried to take cover tweaked described the ensuing chaos to the new york times. We heard machine guns then. A horrible noise. I thought they were burning their way into the train. With acetylene torches or flame throwers later. We realized that they were planes. Flying over at the same time. Additional marines driving a tank stormed a small village school twelve miles away. The terrorists were holding another four hostages there between them. The two parties of more than two thousand soldiers and law enforcement officers freed fifty five hostages. The fighting six of the terrorists and two of the hostages were shot and killed. Some citizens wondered if such a dramatic show of force had really been necessary to finish the standoff but prime minister yoked and oil defended the operation in a radio broadcast claiming the government didn't have any other choice.
Aaron Mullaniff and Katy Beehler Discuss Bookshare, an Accessible Online Library
"My name is aaron. And i'm working as since you started this officer with the ncbi for viewers and our listeners. Today that is actually kinds of blind all the way over in ireland and one of the services at insight which i have been heavily involved in over the last number of years is the library access service and about three years ago. We sold to go international to find best practice solutions to major problem. We were having When it came to blind division students accessing their curriculum in a timely former that question indeed has brought us to attack. Who are who. We ultimately partnered with to create the largest digital library in ireland which is now called berkshire are. I'm delighted to say that we've been joined here today by katie bieler. Who is product manager in global literacy at benedict who has played a huge role in bringing book shirt. Ireland so katie. Maybe we'll just start off by telling us a little bit about yourself on indeed butcher. Thanks our end banking introduction as you said. I am product manager global education and literacy I came to software product management by way of the publishing industry actually and have worked and software service products for almost ten years. Now i joined about two years ago. And i'm one of the leaf product managers on cher bookstore. Initiative is the world's largest digital library of accessible e books for people who read differently with people or book share people with dyslexia linus low vision. Zero quasi and other print disabilities can access over nine hundred. Fifty thousand evokes informat audio audio plus islands tax radio enlarge on the gook share team. I have the great privilege of helping to create another way. Book share members to read their books by adding smart speaker option.
Hour-Long Partial Internet Outage Brings Humanity to Its Knees
"Was given a chilling peek behind the wireless cuts in all future chaos on tuesday when a global internet outage thoughts on this closed some websites for an hour It was truly harrowing for The planet's greatest species the human race with the loss of such sites as gideon website amazon. Read it and social media sites such as clank garbage g. o. p. o. j. toward la and ephemera where people post three second videos of themselves suffering existential angst Humanity was brought to its quivering. Nays and several major religions declared a full on magadan During the outage the uk government website went down which led to a fifty eight minute. Golden age of joy hope and productivity before normality was thankfully restored. Now i'm alex clearly this This is probably the most traumatic thing that's ever happened to The world How how did you both cope with with with a trauma. I found it a real relief and just the prospect that this was. The beginning of the end was quite a relief Most spent their whole time. Trying to identify which sites were up and down i started to separate doomsday cults and set them against each other. I don't know what you didn't have found one of the fascinating things was. Everyone had an opinion about what should be done or what was happening. Even nobody had any information about what was happening. It was revealed if nothing else that nobody knows how any of it works especially the people who think they do and definitely not the people whose job it was to make it work. My problem is that none of the good stuff that you want the internet to go down with ever goes down like my online mortgage payment went through which is really really painful. And i've had no internet for a couple of days because of the monsoon situation and we don't have any aeroplanes coming and going to india's you know which leads to the question. Maybe you guys know this now. The world with all its essential elements greed tiktok. That's still around. Alice and when we don't we don't really know that's the thing with internet outages is it does. It does lead to people questioning whether anything exists. If it's not being you know life blocked in some way
"fifty" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"About carville crunchies. And i'd be mon the lack of a carville in my area Judging from his run night here it looks like you got your hands on a box. Okay i did get my hands on a box. And this is a wild carnival of inexperienced essentially because carville crunchy. Cereal is a chaotic version of cereal. As we know it. I got sent a box. Car themselves chaotic. Get worse cereals. I had to contact carville directly outright. Because i think there's one carville in the entire state of michigan but it is truly quite literally in entire over one pound bag that they sent me of fudge. Drenched cookie crumbles the same fudge drenched. Cookie crumbles the ice cream franchise uses on its famous cakes and it really felt like they just grabbed it out of industrial supply warehouse in crammed into a bag. Like there aren't even nutrition facts on it but they have the actual nutritional facts box but they just substituted all the line items fun facts about their carville history so this. Did you get the cereal or did you get balk order of ice cream topping or is there not a difference between the two. That's the sort of weird and kind of disappointing truth here. Because when i posted my review of the stuff i learned from some people who because the promo was that the first one hundred fifty people to visit their local carbel location any given day for a three day period. Earlier this month. We're supposed to get this crunchy cereal. But i found out after the fact that people who actually one of those one hundred fifty people contacted me and they only got a box that was about the fourth of the size of what i got so it was like a four ounce box of crunchies and so i immediately felt bad sort of flaunting the sack of ill-gotten riches that i got like my my brown gold doubloon hoisting above everybody. But the more. I think about it in the more time goes on to say that i am not to be envied forgetting this. Because having access to such an absurd quantity of carville crunchies has brought nothing but karnal and cheer hedonism into my otherwise stable. Life they're good they don't taste like cereal they tastes like but i bet it's a mix in they are beyond compare absolutely. I've been scattering these things in every cereal in my pantry many of which do not call for them like they would be wild for the call. Try it with ice cream on the special k that that worked pretty well. It was good with those putting him on some oatmeal. That was good. But then i got down to like the fruity pebbles in my pantry. And the crispy cinnamon basketballs and. I didn't even know what i was doing. And before you know it. I was eating a whole bowl of crunchies. Like it was my own private brew of iowa. Oscar justice orienting. I must imagine. How do these feel where i saw. How do they hold up against milk. They sink right to the bottom of course and they also sort of swell up when they absorb it as well grape nuts effect. Yeah so when. I actually eight a bowl of them with milk. It was like almost like an always sunny in philadelphia joke where i'm not eating an ice cream cake. But i'm eating the ingredients of an ice cream cake at once and just insanely intense and you know a four boxes more than enough for any fully grown human. You know i'm betting Warmed up to be pretty good. like in. Sort of coco wheats were hot grape nuts. Inter-lining yeah i'm not sure. What the proper chemistry behind. That would be put. This seems like more. You know. I see like when you see the boxes of more bits. Her bags marquette's sold in bulk. Like you know i. I tend to cement farmers margaret a lot of or vat. Vat nineteen a saint. My daughter loves Those kind of yucky out. Because it's like. Wow that's just Whatever glycerin and sugar and this feels like having a stash these for like spicing up lackluster cereals. be a worthwhile purchase. No i think they would definitely go a long way selling these in stores and it is it is it kinda plays off what you and i have been talking about a lot of our thing cereal. What carville seems to do here. Say like we'll put them in a box. And you tell us this. Change their their structure their classification if we put a box around them yeah i would say that yes. This is a serial while you're eating it but afterwards the repercussions beyond anything. Normal zero could cause. Physically or psychologically. Well i guess. I'm gon na half to take control and move onto ghostbusters cereal section. I was so thrilled to hear that. You've got these and i actually broke down and bought a box off of ebay which which is usually a trigger for my local walmart or target to start stocking them regularly after i bought them at a premium Try to little a little handful. What did you what did you think. You're you're the expert here. What did you think i mean. Honestly thought they were pretty ghastly. Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing in terms of brand recognition. But it's like they took the ghost element of the name way to literally because it's haunted by just. It's very very faint fake strawberry flavor. That's like a crunchier franken berry with a worst flavor if that's even possible yeah franken berry. A close is a did. That's a parallel. Yeah for sure. What were you thinking. same yeah. I was trying to place the flavor because like every this is sad but every time i have a berry flavor of serio. I wonder if it'll taste like my beloved smurfs berry crunch. Which i'm now so distant from that. I no longer say for sure. I'm not sure i'd recognize it in the wild the closest i've found is like wild berry fruit loops. I think is like the best berry flavored cereal and this is a a pale imitation of that. I have to say more than just the flavor which is like you know. I wasn't expecting huge things. But also the pieces the mar- beds like you have a perfect template. Where with with the state of marshmallow man like the that would be a great shape or like the red. You know if you look at the old What was it They had a Gerster syria like back in the day. Right where the the pieces. The pieces were the anti sign. Yeah right like please. Please give me that like please give me some sort of crazy there but like spheres and blobs. I mean it's it couldn't be Less impressive yeah. i mean. we haven't seen the movie yet. Obviously but unless the primary antagonist ends up being misshapen blue blob. What this is kinda pointing reminded me a bit of the mandalorian cereal. Also in terms of a hollow fruitfulness and that almost feels appropriate given how with this movie. They've kind of given stay puff marshmallow man the baby. Yoda minions treatment with the sort of many. Stay puffs so yeah. This one was kind of a big disappointment for me. Yeah i i was quite quite quite disappointed did not did not love it I don't know. I'll i didn't i didn't try. And that's probably the the real test of of a serial. So maybe i'll i'll give a world but did not did not love it. The flavor immediately So it's kind of a about her. You know it's interesting though. You talk about smurfs berry crunch so often and first of all and fifty episodes i have to wonder how many times smirked berry crunch has been referenced But i feel a very similar way in terms of looking for a serial that recreates nostalgic taste about neo. Pets island very crunch cereal Which is something that. I remember fondly for my younger days and now i have to wonder whether murphy crunch and neo pets island very crunch might have been the same serial. I wonder about that too. Because i briefly also had Tried the believe was the troll cereal in which were like these rainbow crunch. That was very good And it made me wonder if maybe that was of the same lineage of the genetic makeup somewhere in these serial factories are keeping like an industrial vat full of this perfect ferdie serial chemical that they're only sampling. Maybe once every ten years so We asked our listeners. about speaking markets What their ideal new lucky charms marshmallow would be by the way. I got a box of glycemic. Lucky charms view. It's lucky charm. Perfect the the markets are incredible feat of engineering but still So we asked you about your ideal. New lucky charms margaret and here is what you said you asking for law bit. Would we add to lucky. Charms and I grew up in england. But my my dad's from ireland. One of my favorite things about being irish..
"fifty" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Thursday january twenty first. Things may have changed by the time you hear this. Enjoy the show. I mean happy birthday to her but a forty six mile run does not sound like my kind of celebration. I am tired just thinking about that. Think about half of that. How long does that take too long. Mara hey there. It's the politics podcast. I'm wanna summers. I cover demographics and culture Susan davis i cover. Congress and i'm mara liasson national political correspondent. This is president biden's first full day in office and he's already signed a series of orders and directives that are meant to target the covid nineteen pandemic mar out. What's in these packages. What are your takeaways here. The big takeaway is that the biden administration is gonna use the federal government much more aggressively than the trump administration. Did the trump administration pretty much left all things cova to the states and then they said that they would step in to help. Unnecessary biden has signed an order to direct government agencies to use the defense production act. Trump did this to but biden's gonna use it a lot more aggressively. He wants to use it to address shortfalls in all sorts of things. Vaccines masks gowns. Gloves syringes And also he's going to try to get one hundred million doses of the vaccine not just manufactured but distributed an into people's arms in one hundred days. And it's just worth stating. I think that a number of things that we saw the president roll out between today and yesterday on that first sweep of executive orders. These are things that people had been calling on the trump administration to do for some time. That they they did not do. That's right and the according to the incoming biden administration people. They say that things are worse than they thought. There was no vaccine distribution plan. When they came in there now saying they're going to have to start from scratch sue. We also have heard that the new administration is pushing congress to pass a one point nine trillion dollar relief package. And you know any way you cut it. That is a lot of money. What's in the package. This is one point nine trillion in addition to trillions of dollars. That have already gone out the door. A lot of this package is really familiar. Things additional unemployment benefits direct aid to small businesses. The big thing that has gotten a lot of attention is the fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks that are included in it. If you recall in the last Cova bill that congress passed included a six hundred dollar checks and then there was this big blow up because president trump then said he wanted it to be two thousand dollars. Democrats said great. Let's do that so this fourteen hundred dollar number is sort of combining those two to get to the two thousand dollars. It's kind of an arbitrary figure to begin with because of the political moment and trump saying he supported it and everybody rallying around it. Democrats are kind of stuck with this figure right now and it's not gonna be easy. You know sue. There were a small handful of republicans who were favorable to those two thousand dollar checks. He like like josh hawley. And marco rubio We know that since biden has been inaugurated all of a sudden republicans have become born again deficit hawks. They never seemed to care about the deficit when there's a republican in the white house and we know that trump increase the deficit to historic levels. Are they still going to support the two thousand dollar checks now that it's a democratic president. Who wants them you know. It's a tricky issue. Because i do think there's a lot of republicans like josh hawley. Who take away from the trump era that there is a popularity and economic populism that trump sort of championed and that they see this as a winning political issue especially because a lot of their own base again is white working class people who could really benefit from this money from the direct stimulus. But there's also some hesitancy among some democrats that this is the right thing to do and it's kind of a blunt instrument to just put money out there and argue that that money might be better spent in more targeted ways. The big question and we're going to say this so many times over the next two years is what can get through the senate right and roy blunt. Who's a top republican. He's a member. Leadership said on the whole he saw the one point. Nine trillion dollar package is a non starter but it was a package that had a lot of starters in it so i do think that they are hopeful that they can get to some kind of common middle ground. But the you know. Joe biden's not gonna get exactly what he outlined in his bill. It's going to have to kind of go through the sausage making process and maybe break it into parts. Yeah mara a lot of the incoming administration's priorities were previewed. Last night at a white house. Press briefing and i have to say that briefing. I watched it from home looked and sounded a lot different from recent white house. Press briefings well first of all. It happened right and we went for about a year without white house. Press briefings happening at all. But my reaction when i was watching it last night was so normal. That was what i was thinking There's a lot of information. There wasn't a lot of sparring with the press. The first press briefing of the trump era remember was all about crowd. size This is all about what the administration wants to do. It doesn't mean that the press and the and the administration the biden administration will always get along But it was pretty normal and the new incoming press secretary. Jen psaki said that she is committed to transmit information that's accurate and truthful and transparent and not all that information as she said we'll be easy to take it also sounded like she was committing to the return of the regular press briefing. As you noted those did not happen frequently. Yes definitely definitely all right. Let's take a quick break and when we get back we'll talk more about.
"fifty" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"So. I kind of have enjoyed these interviews that we have done and I kind of haven't because they've gotten a little awkward with the eccentric former Southeast Tulsa strength and conditioning coach Tim Journeys If you haven't been following his journey it's an interesting one. It began doing an interview on our show about some questionable training techniques that he was doing during the pandemic eight nine one one calls. He ended up getting fired saying that. I took him out of context. And I was guilty of Gotcha Journalism. But he is asked to come back on the show because he is saying he's now got a success. Stories got a barnstorming football team. And they he says are seven and one fourteen players who had college and pro careers derailed by what he says is fake news and Gotcha journalism so tim journeys returns with us here on ESPN radio. Frankly I'm surprised you keep coming on with us because the last interview we had. You didn't seem very happy and you blamed me for the fact that you've been fired. Well then you know the first thing you WANNA do When you when you when something real special happens when you're live takes a nice turned toward the bright light. You WanNa call your haters and you're doubters and I was GONNA say rub their noses in it but I'm too classy for that so Yeah things are going real good with my football squad as your listers now as you know. We're called the count outs. And it's allowed players. Count it out By gotcha journalists like yourself by the sports media by football coaches trying to put on by trying to virtue signal and trying to put on a fancy show their boosters user talented young men and we're out here and guess what we're doing damn guests will were doing while you're barnstorming football team. Wait a one word answer. It said. Guess what we're doing damage. You're supposed to say what what? Tim Churns or winning winning baby. You're seven one allegedly. I don't understand how it is that you're allowed to barnstorm during a pandemic. How are you even finding opponent? Well right now just give you a little bit of setting right now. We are three hours east of Houston and this is a beautiful picture. I'm going to paint for you and I'll tell you right now. Dan. You're not looking. You're not creaming your neck up at the sixteen chapel here. This is actually real life. What's going on right now and it is happened. We are three hours east of Houston. It is ninety two degrees with eighty eight percent humidity. We are in We've just finished eating at a Red Robin I've got I've got fourteen players. There's me the coach first time I've ever coached team Dan. And we're seventy one and then we have our referee in our statistician So so we call eighty eight eight years old. He is a Korean War veteran. And we have just The players can seem through the window there finishing eaten right now and we've got a two thousand three. Gmc Safari Two thousand four Silverado With with pillows and pissed bottles in the cab. And we've got an old Fedex Steph van with our team logo on it and we are out here and we are winning. We'll let me celebrate some of your success then by letting you talk about some of your players. Because I can't imagine how the Hell you get people to play for you during a pandemic argue. Its love of football. It's love football. It's it's heart is what it is. It's a big old sloppy. La Looks like wait. I'm sorry is screwed up. Put Sedated Talian dish. That's filled with cottage cheese. The fettuccine Alfredo Shirt. What WHY WE'RE OUT OF HERE? You know what it is. Dan We love football and everyone of these guys. Smith findings young men. I've ever met in my life. They got something someone like. You know a whole lot about that. Got a big old sloppy covered in Marinara filled with ricotta cheese heart. And that's what we all got here and we're out here and we're getting done and I'll tell you what we're doing. We're driving into these towns and we're calling people out we're calling the people who are lazy and fat. The people don't care that don't have that art seven days ago we were in Tuscaloosa. We drove through the whole town calling out. Hey where are you at coach saving? Were you at players. We went by his house. We went by the office and then eventually we gave them a time for the game. We showed up the next day we got into. The stadium was not easy to get into the stadium and they didn't show up. That's a forfeit. That's W seventy one baby. Seventy one so hold on a second are all seven. Victories forfeits are all seven of them. Forfeits or just that one there are. I'll tell you what else victories are. They're all seven of them. Were wins and every one of them is a case where we showed up. We went to the sense. We went to the superdome. We went to drew brees house. We said let's get it on. Weei said one o'clock tomorrow we shall up. They don't show up. That's a win and we've got seven of. We've been everywhere. We've been crestview highschool about three hours. North Jacksonville what nationally ranked team. They wouldn't show up so we're just putting the call out where we're racking up ws baby. What happened with the laws? How'd you lose? I mean it was tough. That was tough day. That was How DO WE LOSE? Some of our offense land blocking schemes were off. I don't think a west coast style offense and Arauz worn is Chris is they could be and I believe me. I the team in ear full about that And we lost. That was a hard fought loss. We lost fifty six to thirty two. Yeah I've been basically what happened was we were. We were down in Shreveport. We went to the Margarita. Ville Casino looking for a good time turned out. It was closed down but in their parking lot. I get. I didn't know this. They were a lot of I don't know the politically correct term here for. What I'm about to describe is an honestly I don't know so I don't WanNa hear you calling me out with what I'm going to say. Are they bumps or Hobos? What do you call them either work? That's fine bums or hobos. That's fine the homeless homeless homeless. I guess I don't know what it is. Anyway there's a lot of homeless people in the bums in the parking lot and they sleep in there. I guess ten feet away so we pulled up looking. We're looking for the casino and a bunch of these guys. Stand up and ask what are we and we said. What are you and we got into a bit of shouting match with them telling hey get off your lazy asses get a job and these guys start saying hey you idiots there's a pandemic you guys are running around and your your cheap football pads look like. They're from Halloween costume and in these astro bands with house paint. You painted your logo on the side. We're like hey you shut up and said we'll play right now in a bunch of these gentlemen. I Guess Homeless Hobos. Would it be a column stood up and play right now and turned out? There is some players in this group. And you talk about hunger There was some hunger Golan and one of the gentlemen after the game ended up. This is where it gets a little sweet. One of the gentlemen ended up joining us By a gal by the name of Jimmy Bass John and turned out Jimmy Bass. John played some high school ball years back. And once again at one of those things a Gotcha journalists GonNa dig through his record Video attack his coach and bit a hole in his cheek because he thought his coach was Was putting spells in his breakfast cereal so unfortunately that derail his career but now he's with us. So yeah we took an allen that one but you know what I say Dad. Every loss is a learning experience in this case. There were a lot of elements to this learning experience. Tim Journey with us on ESPN radio. Mike Ryan is handed me a list because he doesn't think that I should do this without being journalistically responsible and he's handed me a list of some real questionable things on this roster though you say there are a bunch of fine young men but there's some stuff on this roster that's fine Gael finest young men. I've ever known my entire lots all right. Well tell me about some of them. Then this giles. Not you've got him playing cornerback and quarterback. What's his story? Giles is a young man. Who can it can as arm like a cannon Every time you talk to them doesn't blink constant I contact and and to me. That's very important Entire Time I've known him he's never once broken out contact and he's got a cannon for an arm and guess what he did. He bumped into a gotcha journalist. Years back this kid was forced. Four crew lost all is scholarship offers. Because he made a mistake he did in fact One Night Show parts of his body. You're not supposed to show to to a very cute young girl. Who's trying to flirt? And his flirt went a little off the rails and he is technically a registered sex offender. Okay so technically. He's a sex offender. He's also someone who doesn't blink in fact he exposed himself. That's really what he did several times and then was quoted on the local news. Is If you don't WANNA party closure out all my bad my hold on. I'm with you. That's my fault. That's my fault. Yes give a lightweight version and then you hit me with the well. This is what I'm reading here. Juliette gals jobs mcnutt one of the finest young men it over my life. You know what I love about jazz to never breaks contact the entire time. I've known him. I swear to God Dan I don't think he's ever blinked. And this kid has a Canon for an arm is got wheels like you would not believe. And yes AH gotcha journalist. Busted him he was a four star recruit. One night to flirt with a girl. He went a little too far. And that's it is career is over with flirting is a little soft there tim. There's some details here that dino he is a serial exposer of himself Oklahoma Museum of Science in two thousand and eighteen car wash in two thousand and nineteen. There's more than you're giving us here. I mean yes is technically registered sex offender he has shown unmentionable body parts to women but I think he said it best. He was on the local news afterwards and took some flak for this but I thought he called it out. He says he said look. You don't WanNA party closure is and that's all he's doing he's just putting out there in a way. It's it's a form of honesty all right. We'll give me some more honesty about some of these players on your roster the running back. Who's your running back. Rick Franch Shell. Oh my God I love this kid. He's a bowl and he's a bully runs four or five. Forty is what he is. And you WanNa be you wanna be in the trenches with this kid is going to have your back running back and defensive end and what is good about him what what makes them special. I mean he's a kid who has some bumpy times. He's young Dan. What makes them special? He's out of here in a a rusted out Astro van with me looking for competition. That's what makes him special. This kid was a former two star recruit and because of a high school. That's it is. Career is over because of some guy like you sitting in his beach house one to put notches on his computer. What was the prank? He he has friends who were young. Blew up a cow with the stick of dynamite is senior in high school and he took some flak for yes. I don't know what you have in front of you. But he does have a face tattoo which I understand.
"fifty" Discussed on Start Here
"Businesses. That don't want to open but feel like they have to also businesses do open the feel like they can't make much money if they would at their normal capacity. I don't think our customers are ready to come flooding back in the doors. Let me reopen. Are we able to seat fifty or sixty or seventy people when you have to have some sort of social distancing cetera? Well the answer to all this supposed to be the paycheck protection program. Pp This is that loan program where small business supposed to be able to go to the bank get alone get their employees paid. That program ran out of money and this morning in the next few hours. It's back open for business. Abc's Liz lessees been following. How all these twists and turns affecting small businesses around the country. So Liz first off. Let's talk about the planet self. What happens today by ten thirty eastern this morning the paycheck protection program? We'll be back up and running. It ran out of money on April sixteenth and since then small businesses who have been struggling have been hoping for a chance to get more money so that they can pay their employees and keep up and running and not close down for good during this crisis. We didn't lay a single person off and that was our plan. And that's what we hope to do. Now we're going. My Gosh. I actually might have to lay people off this morning. The lenders who are part of this program will start accepting applications once again. In fact there's a backlog of applications there could be as many as a million that just didn't get in in time everything in pretty timely manner It just wasn't good enough so those will likely be at the front of the line for a lot of these banks and we're expecting a lot more applications brand new applications from small business owners. Who for one reason or another weren't able to get their applications in the first time wells. Fargo told her. The bank had reached capacity and wouldn't accept any more requests. She was told to try other banks but most banks are taking care of their own customers. I really feel the government. The banks have failed a small business so in the cares act was passed. Initially that was two trillion dollars. There was three hundred fifty billion dollars in there for small businesses. This time around three hundred. Ten billion dollars is allocated for small businesses. And they're trying to make sure that some of that money goes to the smallest of the small businesses folks who don't have relationships with banks already so that they can avoid some of the problems that they encountered the first time. Karbi didn't get US thirty five thousand dollar loan but roots hospitality. Group did the owner of Ruth. Chris Steakhouse reportedly got twenty million dollars from the P P P funding. We exit there. Was this really bad. Look early on right or small businesses. Were were struggling to get loans. They were like hey. I can't find a bank to help me out but then you had these big corporations getting millions of dollars. Is that still going to be happening with this program? So they hope not the way that the small business administration defines a small business for this program is anyone who employs five hundred or fewer employees. Now obviously that's a vast range you are mom and pop is just a couple of employees versus a huge business with four hundred ninety nine employees. You probably have a lot fewer resources at your disposal with lawyers. Accountants and one of the biggest disadvantages is we're not high receivables business and the other reason that those big businesses were able to get a piece of the action the first time around was because they could show that individual locations of their companies employed fewer than five hundred people. That's a high end steak house which you know is probably not open yet. We still are. So that's why you saw places like Ruth's Chris and shake shack huge publicly traded corporations. That can probably weather this storm better than a lot of businesses out there taking advantage of this program. How are we going to ensure that those small businesses the small restaurants cafes bars who did not get the money last time this time? Well as I said you know there are a million a million of these companies that did get it. That are very small working with the bank so this time around just before. The president signed the package into law. Small Business Administration put out new guidelines. If you pay back the loan right away you won't have liability to the SBA and treasury. They basically gave publicly traded companies until may seventh to give back any money that they were given the first time around saying that. When push comes to shove we all can agree that if you are a big enough to be a publicly traded company you just are not suffering to the same degree as the businesses that this program was intended to help. Okay so so then. Let's look at the business owners then if like really small businesses. Say I'M IN OKLAHOMA CITY? My governor said Hey. It's time to reopen. My mayor. Says I don't know it might be dangerous SUV owner. I'm thinking like Hey. I want my employees to be safe. I don't have a like a ton of guidance. Not Positive what the standards are here but knowing need the money coming in if these employees are going to have jobs anymore. So let's let's go but what do you do if you're worried about people's safety at your business there's so many unknowns out there eight we all are facing them right now. In small business owners are no different. You thought the toilet paper situation was crazy. Wait till three hundred million people WANNA haircut at the same time. There's a lot of concern out there. About what could happen if someone comes into your restaurant comes into your your retail store and ends up getting sick. Are you going to be liable? Could you be sued? The answer to that question is we're not sure and so that's a conversation that's happening right now. The top White House Economic Adviser Larry. Cudlow said on Friday. He doesn't think that small businesses should held liable if that were to happen and a lot of Republicans agree with him a lot of groups that represent these small businesses the Chamber of Commerce the National Federation of Independent Business. They're all pushing Congress to make sure that in the next round of funding and you can expect there's going to be an extra funding to keep this economy up and running that that's in the legislation and that small businesses are protected from that kind of liability in. We heard Democrats over the weekend. Sable now you're giving employers a free pass but you also heard kudlow say you know. Employees should have the right to work in a safe environment so the question will be as can you have it both ways here continuing to see how small businesses approach this. Lizard Lessee in Washington. Thank you thank.
"fifty" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"All we want is the most servers possible. If we get like you know ten percent of debatable ones fantastic were rich and no one will notice because there's no and see that's that's where I was going out before. I get interrupted by post office. Dude was the fact that there's like no risk for going after after most of these types of servers. I I love the fact that it's so as using a billion Jenkins right so Jenkins's is your you know your integration software off where no one no one how many people actually go in and actually look at the processes running on the Jenkin servers when they're spinning up and spinning down these CI service well if it's the if it's the same if it's the same people that run J. boss servers. I can tell you nobody nobody if they're already putting you. Jenkins surveys on the Internet. There aren't doing anything in. It's all your light line stuff right so Jenkins. You it will bring in your source source information cord whatever uh-huh to be born only do testing all that kind of thing on the other end spits out a package that you can know distribute to the world right. That's what Nigel I learned how how to build a Jenkins server right on aws cloud. That's why it's on the Internet. It's not my fault Yep. Yep I know I this and this is using. This is exploiting a year old. CB though right. How old is that see? I don't know whether to become out two two thousand eighteen when it's got a lot of digits towards the end of the young five yeah number. CV V numbers are no longer sequential so this one is dated. A twelve hundred two thousand eighteen will security advisor from Jenkins as data twelve five five eighteen yeah so talk on your ninety days before that is when it was you know probably reported so the the the way to avoid this guy's on your hats. Okay Guam people should patch Come on especially your Jenkins server of all God. Damn things that with don't don't put it on the Internet and then keep it up today at highway that because it's kind of important a maybe if you build something and you put a server on the Internet and there's a little the thing in the back of your mind. It's like man. I'm kind of putting this on the Internet. Look you should at least patch. It like giving yourself. Shot not make an attempt yeah. It's written in bashing. It's written in python like it's guys talking about the part where it looks for all the other miners here's and kills him off because I thought that was extra kind of fun also make sure that it gets all of the resources what other guys carving away ten percent. Deca you were relax. Your mind now seems reasonable short. Hey if you put something on the Internet don't patches puts off where to make themselves money if you're okay with that and here's the ultimate thing about this stuff there's I don't I want to say it's victimless. Put like it causes. No pain like I said in the past ransomware is the best thing that's ever happened to security because it causes immense pain and you were forced to deal with the problem. You can't just wipe the system. Reload move on with your life like you know you have to deal with this. This is the exact opposite exact opposite exact opposite. Yeah I think as long as as long as it's smart right and it Kinda keeps it just under under the radar of affecting the system too much then nobody's ever GonNa see it right but I do want to move on enjoy like what's the difference in the current sauce and they got a couple of billion spam every now and then right like it's Nikki money and the other one's cryptocurrency yeah so I want to move on to some actual a grey market way to break because I got a question go. What's the question what animal eight your package. I don't know that's what he would. It be like side. You get something got into it like quarter. The blocks is gone. I have a normal life. We're packing. Only why is it everytime we tax. There's like you can see a little teeth marks. There must have been like I never had some animal eat. My frigging Amazon packages is the armadillo is Craig is that's what it is because malene tastes res. Life is abnormal in every way everything he does. Everything he does is just just like a disaster all like hey. I got a new phone but I crashed. It is brand new. I just took it out of the box and I touched it yeah but it's up to say like an example for you. It'd be like Hey I got in the car and I started it and the engine fellow the bottom of this but the car still runs the cars nowadays don't four Oh. I'd say listen. That's an argument to tell you got did you. You guys are on Never Mind Okay the job in the opener right there I was GONNA say on key base and they have no however their own crypto currency and they're giving away free crypto currency of like key base again deller right right and you subscribe to the new bear say you get like twenty by twenty dollars a month at the moment free. I'm just saying store not deller lumine Subscription Service Takebe. No no no no if if you go so if you have keyboards bay they there's also now a cryptocurrency this associated with keyboards you subscribe right. You're not paying any money doing near you know yes I. I would like to use this trip to our currency. Drop in about twenty dollars worth of Krypton in your account every month for the next however many so you could like I say this all honesty we have smartest species on this planet built in Uttar Utter. Hell for us to limited obsolete absolutely so I do want to get back on track okay. I saw this on our Arnett sack or something week. The don't do software. Did you see this. Oh that website okay so we use as you hear a lot of people use your it's a two factor authentication solution right so you log into the thing and you get up and do ask you whether you want a phone call a push message such to the APP or a text message and you pick Wolfgang you WANNA use for two you know two factor authentication into whatever service you're trying to get access to use the APP on my watch. My phone makes it yep. Watch out me super easy and just get a little push in New York. That was me and you get into thing there's no way you can do it and that's to add a phone number. Bernal's you a text message or presumably phone call and that's where this service comes in this service and there have been others like it before I have seen they provide you a phone number voip number of some kind and you put that in as your dual authentication number and I basically automates the process you use hit call me and calls the number you provided that number automatically authentication for you like pushes the button or does the thing whatever it is on the phone call so basically defeats the purpose of having to factor on the purpose of two factor authentic does worse in that like. I hope the person that put this together gets hit by car. Wow that's it's kind of hard for this guy I would. I would fire the every employee I found using this absolutely setting your password password. Yeah I would absolutely not even hesitate the be done. GET YEP NO I. This is stupid. I was is I gotta get some water. You put two factor authentication in to secure your network and and then you're like hey automation this why don't actually have to it takes three seconds. Just click on the button but if you're a sales guy your phone dies. It's a hassle all right. I mean at least you can understand why stupid people might want to do this. In order to streamline their activity the thing is I think the people who are GONNA fall for. This are the ones who don't get that big picture picture yeah right. They don't understand why multi factor was put in place. They don't understand their password. Might have in common is an eighty five billion breach. I think the thing that they think they know better than Craig Nick Right. They think yes your security. People who are trying to protect all those resources and stuff. There's a very good reason why you two factor authentication into place and and the other thing that you do is you make sure that you've got to factor on the things that need it and I think where it gets into vical more people get tired of it is when you they he put on everything everything they do needs two factor authentication and people can get a bit tired of it that it's gone like you if you use it say to log log in using your VPN for example you have to Pfizer off on that and then you know you're in tier systems. Do you actually need to factor off after that most of the stuff that people they probably not right. It's just some things yes you're. GonNa need internally as well to do some things but not everything right so if you kind of avoid people we're just getting burnt out on US often regular Joe Blow sales guy kind of log into to on his VPN to get whatever needs doesn't probably doesn't ever need to add to all to fight on the inside right well. That's my question. I don't so their own material says this as you up to three hours per month but the service missile can cost fifty dollars by presumably a month to use a service. I guess so a is at fifty dollars. A is it really three hours. It is fifty dollars worse. Those alleged three hours to like it. Does anybody really seeing value prop here. I don't understand we now. There isn't one of course not no this stupid people who don't understand the problem. I mean this. This is why being a C. So is so hard right. You have these swarms of users who think that they get get it because they see live from their one little window but what they don't understand the ramifications of their actions right by eliminating factor from effectively. Let's assume Nigel's correct and we only put in place where we have the crown jewels locked away while they're removing that layer of security and they're basically making your most secure two pieces of your facility `security frank game right and so I think you know the thing that I would convey as an action item for people who do deploy things correctly like that is that you need to have conversations with your users and explain to them why that extra layer of security exists right obviously. Maybe you don't want to like get into like obviously you don't want it. You know an outline you were going to break in here here and here but the thing is that you you know if you're doing this using a system that basically pretends has to be you and says yea good to go right into the all silently fully ben information being able to do that if somebody has has access to that system and let's say they've also mind your data on the Internet so large and they have you're using 'em on your password now and they know what you you use it for and and they have the information in this system over here. That's doing the two factor altarpiece fall. You know. They've solved all of that. The problem that they he had once were they couldn't get in even if they had you use new password because they were unable to do the to Pfizer off part. No they have that information as well and now it's. It's is back to your hey. We're good to go right so somebody needs to take a look see. Somebody needs to take a look at this..
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"So I'm at weekly fifty dot com. And it's the word fifty not the number fifty. But that's my blog. And that's where you can find the most you'll get all the text. The text right up and you'll get the the photo in the audio commentary from that there's a link to go to YouTube, my YouTube channel is just weekly fifty. So I suppose if you Google YouTube weekly fifty to find that. There's also the my all my photos are hosted on flicker, actually. And if you talk about long-term, maybe one day, if I get enough Michael is not YouTube subscribers, but if I accidentally get enough YouTube subscribers then I would like to get a flicker pro membership and use YouTube income to pay for flicker pro very so that a long that's a goal, right? I do that. I think that's an attainable goal there. And so I my photos on flicker because it's a it's a great way you actually interviewed the gentleman from smug mug to Stor. Yeah. And I've been with flicker from like for ten years. Flickers awesome. I hope they never go away. And it sounds like they're just only gonna get better. Now that smug smug my bottom. Absolutely. And my photos are on flicker as well. So anything on weekly fifty is just pulling from my flicker, and it's just using the imbed code from flicker, and that helps with bandwidth on my blog too. So I don't have to get a Bill from my my blogging provider gives me I know all about that. Flicker can pay for that. It's it's it's okay, right. It's a catch twenty two having having a large amount of traffic and then paying for that draft. Now, I got to pay for it. I mentioned one of the thing that regarding the way in which weekly fifty helped me and ultra make this quick. I on a trip to Nebraska recently. I was I was driving along on this backwards. Back roads highway. No one else was there. And I saw the sun was setting. And I thought I'm going to pull over and take a picture that sunset, and I just sat there for about fifteen twenty minutes watching the sunset and just taking it all in and my I specifically had weekly fifty mind. And I thought I'm going to get a really good photo for my blog. And as a result, I got to experience a sunset amid western winter sunset like I haven't sat through in years, probably decades. And it was so cool that I forced myself to do that. And I would have never done that if it weren't for weekly fifty and I can look back at previous sunset photos. I've taken put on the blog and. The one I took earlier in January, which I think goes live on March twenty seventh. I can I can tell you. It's the best sunset photo I've ever taken. But it's probably not the best ones that photo I will ever take because there's always more sunset photos to take. And so having the blog has allowed me to have some experiences that I would never have had otherwise just because it's in the back of my mind, and I'll think wait a second. I gotta pull my bike over and take a picture this boombox on the side of the road because I've got weekly fifty. So it's it's been really cool to have that. And I hope other people would have that as well. If they start a similar project. It gives you a reason right. A reason for your photography versus you know, we put on Instagram and get a couple of comes up. You've added a couple of layers to that where it's education, it's inspiration. And it's an ongoing it's an ongoing project. So I think it's brilliant kudos men. Congratulations on on doing the fantastic. Like, I said, I'm stealing it from you. I will credit you. I'm going to do this. I'm doing a weekly something. I don't know what it's going to be. This is great. So. Okay. So we'll Simon rings. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate your time. I'm inspired. And I'm excited to get started. So we'll leave it there. So you have a you have a good evening. And I'm looking forward to your next posts on the weekly. I appreciate being on Frederick. Thank you very much. You're welcome. Okay. Take baker..
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"More can I learn about photography, and no special skills are required to do any of this. Which is why I think it's it's the type of project at anyone could really do and benefit from I agree in. But the the last question I'll throw at you is a curveball. So get rid of breaches we go. It's not really capable. But so you're you've been doing this for six years you're going to continue what what does the in game? Look like or or is the journey the destination. You know, is is Simon ring smooth going to become a professional photographer in your holy grail is to be shooting in a New York studio with any liebowitz or are using happy like continuing, and, you know, adding a brick to the wall every week. So my endgame my my long game actually is when I retire. I'm thirty. I turned thirty nine next week when I retire. I want to have built up enough photography clients and experience that I can ease into that. And I'm talking like twenty twenty five years from now that's a long game something my wife, and I seriously talk about where our kids are in elementary school. And over time we'd like to build up enough word of mouth where when they're in high school people are coming to us for their senior photos on a regular basis, and then our kids won't need as much of our attention daily. And we can we can take some of the time that we spend kind of micro managing our kids because they're so young we won't need that as much, but Lee, but we still want to be involved in their lives and photography would hopefully be a good way to do that. And the weekly having weekly fifty is a way for me to continue to sustain that interest. Sure. We'll go through dry spell's where I don't get any clients. Which is fine because that's not the point of Stevens creek photography. We don't I make like three hundred bucks a year off that but weekly fifty keeps my photography skills sharpened. And if I've been maintaining that just like the photo of the infant, then I I'm sort of ready to meet that challenge of taking on more clients and doing more actual paid work. You're keeping your keeping the blade nice and sharp. So that whenever you can you can use it. Well, we sort of buried the lead here in terms of you know, where people can go to see this body of work that you're building. So fills in on that if people if people want to see the weekly fifty where are you on where's the blog located in the name of the YouTube channel and all that stuff?.
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"Like, I got a set of close up filters, which basically turn any lens into a macro lens. She can get these super cool shots of like insects, and and office supplies lips. And. Pence for your keyboard? Her. And you can you can screw these on their like thirty bucks for a set of these. They're super cheap. So I got to seize filters. And for the next like two months all I did was literally explore close up filters. And so it's an interesting story. I spent. I think some are two thousand fifteen or twenty sixteen I got these close up filters and for a long time on weekly fifty. I was using these close ups and they come in plus one plus two plus four plus ten based on how much they magnify. And so I was learning all about these close up filters and learning that if I use a plus ten I can get really close to something. But then the depth of field is super shallow. Right. And so I got to be careful, and I can't use a wide aperture. I gotta shoot at like eight otherwise the depth of field is out of control. And I started to learn more about these close up filters. And I I knew I was a lot more comfortable using these because like one hundred percent because of weekly fifty fast forward to January twenty nineteen friend of mine had a new baby. And she said, well, you take some photos. So I said sure went over to her house I because of weekly fifty and I mean this directly because weekly fifty I knew where to look for lighting. I knew where to position the baby. I knew what to do for like what gear to bring which I shot the whole thing with my fifty millimeter lend course, and I wanted to get some shots of the fingernail like the baby's little hand holding mama's finger, and you get those really close up shots. And I one hundred percent of that experience of getting those photos of the fingernails was due to the close up filters and experimenting with those on my weekly, fifty blogs. So I knew going into this shoot. I was gonna use my plus four close up filter as going to need a high ISO because I was going to have to shoot at a smaller aperture of f five point six so going into this baby shoot because I had done so much on weekly fifty with my close up filters, just like flower petals and an office supplies. I knew what to do going into this infant photo shoot. And there's a lot of instances like that over the years where I can specifically point to an experience I did on the blog. And how I and then look at later, and how that has made a demonstrable improvement in my photography it. I never see those coming. But it's so cool to have that happen where just because of my continual use of my camera, and my gear I've improved on my photography and I can demonstrate that in the photos, I take now. So it's it's really been cool to see that. I know there's a twist guest frequent Twitter gas, Don, come rich. Yeah. His niche is snowflakes, and he has like the most amazing photos in the world of snowflakes, and I thought well, there's a topic for weekly fifty if it if only I lived in a place that got snow. I know I know absolately. Well, I'm sure he would rather have less snow. That is fantastic. I mean, the idea is inspiring talking to you about this. Because the part of what you're saying..
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"Monty python was like a cult classic comedy that it kind of gone generation to generation and it still had a place with people my age and i i watched it several times it's fucking very funny turns out it's even funnier much much much much funnier if your high it's very silly is just filled with like the silliest british humor possible but it's unbelievable if you're one of the younger generation and you don't know about money by on in the holy grail i highly recommend you check it out it's great tropic thunder highly underrated comedy think i've talked about it before too very very very funny movie great to watch high the lord of the rings it goes without saying i would recommend the fellowship of the ring as like the one you just throw on when you're stone and you can kind of zone in and out or whatever but any lord of the rings will do really almost famous another one where the music plays a big role just an unbelievably good soundtrack in a very cool movie that just has all the vibe you need for when you're high almost heroes which i've talked about before just because it's fucking hilarious chris farley's last week if you try to freak yourself out a little bit a clockwork orange we'll get the job done it will thoroughly freak you out but it's great her another one that really make you think it's with joaquin phoenix we'd like falls in love with the computer whatever i watched that she had it was unbelievable another one that will make you think is attornal sunshine of the spotless mind jim carey movie feel like a lot of people don't give this a chance you should it's good shit if you wanna laugh your ass off some more borat always good for a laugh maybe to sui to watch sober i can assure you it is not when you're high airplane the comedy classic i picked the wrong day to stop drinking it go with airplane give it a shot for more bad ass shit john wick if you haven't seen john wick what are you doing pans labyrinth it subtitles so you've gotta you gotta be literate you've gotta be able to read you can't be so high you can't read because you got to be able to read watch pans.
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"Really fun to watch when you're stoned idiot pulp fiction great movie to watch high friday and i'm not going to say like all of the friday's just the first friday the other ones are kinda shit just friday the first one okay because i'm gonna get you high today 'cause you ain't got no job no shit to do that one with ice cube and chris tucker okay super troopers i don't know if even still super troopers gets the credit it deserves as an all time great comedy like those broken lizard's they followed it up with some other weird shit that didn't really work out have you seen super troopers to know comedy sequels rarely rarely live up to the hype and they can do damage to the legacy of the original so i try to stay away from that shit like i haven't watched dumb and dumber two or whatever it's called i haven't watched zoo lander to i try to avoid those things super troopers the original is one of the funniest things anybody ever made it came out of nowhere nobody knew those dudes were when they released that movie and it is utterly perfect it is so fucking funny so good plenty of weed smoking goes on in that movie to monty python in the holy grail this is a random one and mike you might be allowed to watch this i think it's british cinema sure this is an old one i don't know how monty python and the holy grail if it ever infiltrated like for some of you who are younger and listen to the show when i was younger like in middle school and shit and i'm thirty one so keep my age in mind.
"fifty" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Movie where he does the music is going to have good music and inception is just tight it's got everything you need space it's gone mad makaay it's just i'm sorry i'm talking interstellar interstellar number two will be inception interstellar is what i'm talking about right now it's just a great movie if we get to number two inception also great leonardo dicaprio also on zimmer fantastic score just a great movie to watch when you're high fight club is another great option always classic movie you know what's not to love about fight club the big lebowski if you just trying to chill get a few laughs off and have some very relaxed vibes perfect movie for that dazed and confused also falls into that category i used to hate dazed and confused i think i've spoken on it before when i was in high school it just got watched too much and it kinda got ruined for me like i was just like fuck this movie even though i was a stone in high school it was like i didn't like dazed and confused at now i've gone full circle and i love it again i think it's so good pineapple express just a classic stoner comedy you get some laughs out of that fear and loathing in las vegas oddly enough of lot of like low key humor in fear and loathing in las vegas if you if you look at it the right way and you watch it the right way it can be very very funny it's also just endlessly entertaining and you can't take your eyes off it especially when you're high halfbaked dave pells what is largely considered to be an awful movie i think even dave thanks it's bed but it's.
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"Bony and it's just the way the world works man but you know it goes back to to my vince young theory that everybody talks about how sad it is when when these things go bad when vince young who makes eighty million over the course of his nfl career goes broke right but nobody talks about all the funny headspinning several thousand dollars cheesecake factory drinking tequila shots with his shirt off same joe net he got to live is dream and and so did this pirate yeah he wanted to be a pirate he got to play pirate for a little while i'll say this you should probably have the goal if you're just going to say fuck it and go all in first of all obviously don't be married and have kids already abandoned your family that's fucked up but you're in game the goal should probably to avoid being executed by hanging or whatever like just try to avoid that as your outcome but that being said that aside fuck yet go for dude do you think be like bona here because he really did it and he died but hey we're talking about next segment best movies to watch when your high some names some of my favorite movies might go unfortunately these are mostly american cinema the that i think make great viewing when you're stoned and i'll give you some explanation but it's like either like movies or like damn you know what i mean like either gonna make you think about life or you'll be blown away by something or you'll laugh your ass off those are basically the three categories here the first ones inception i fucking love this movie and it covers a lot of basis it a good movie to watch when you're stoned you want good music any hans zimmer.
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"Finally got convicted of piracy instead bony was hanged on december tenth seventeen eighteen after less than two years of adventure on the high seas so wow he got a lot in two years he got a lot in but largely a failure but at least he went for it you know i mean he went for it he was actually executed a month after blackbeard met his own bloody end in in a battle with the british royal navy and by the seventeen twenty s the golden age of piracy was over captain bartholomew roberts contemporary of blackbeard and bonet he declared a merry life into short one shelby my motto and as it turned out exactly what happened to most pirates anyway though his career was obviously filled with misfortune his life was not always mary ee likely had more fun plundering ships than he would have just hung out at home and remained a house husband nobody will ever know exactly why he decided to become the gentleman pirate but the point stands stead bone as name would not live on day we wouldn't be talking about if you'd remained just a gentleman instead of the gentleman pirate but what a fucking slap dick you know who this reminds me of who joe dinette who's that thought you'd asked ross i did one on i tell you please do joe dinette won the lottery in virginia he wants seventy five million he took a lump sum of about thirty million oh joe dinette had been recently laid off before he won the lotto jody nets passion was nascar you know what joe net did he bought a nascar team hell yeah that team no longer exists but he had a good run and that that's what i thought yeah i mean it's like dude you there's so many rich guys throughout history who either by falling into wealth by winning the lottery like joe dinette or by getting a trust fund or whatever that try to pull out these ridiculous business schemes and things that are never gonna fuck and work and you could see it coming from a mile away and then eventually somebody that actually knows what they're doing takes advantage of them and rips their whole shit just like blackbeard did to step.
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"Had his own built he enlisted crew of more than seventy men he relied on his quartermaster officer for their knowledge of sailing because he didn't know shit and as a result he was not highly respected by his crew which is a shocker the alternate rich dude is trying to force shit move like a guy who has too much money decides like you know what i wanna own a baseball team and then he buys baseball team and has no idea how to run the team in another break from tradition bone a paid his he paid the crew wages most pirate ships and squads the way they work is as everybody knows the share plunder so like wreck ship take all their shit and then you divide up the plunder to keep everybody happy that's not what bona did he paid them wages because he was a rich guy and i don't know what i guess he kept all the plunder who the fuck knows but he traveled with this sword crew along the eastern seaboard of what is now the united states captured other vessels he burned some other barbadian ships and because his squad of buccaneers was made up mostly of experienced pirates guys that he had hired and was paying wages he quickly had some success he captured several ships that were loaded down with treasures of the trans atlantic trade and after those few early successes bonin is crew hit honduras a wellknown pirate hang out at the time to spend all of the booty that they had accumulated and it was there that boni met the most famous in feared pirate of his time black beard.
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"So here's the deal eventually because of marital issues or like a general lack of interest in ordinary life in despite his lack of sailing experience bona decided he should turn to piracy in the summer of seventeen seventeen here's what the smithsonian magazine has to say about it's inexplicable move to a life of crime stead bona had no knowledge of seafaring having sailed only as a passenger so he's never he's never even never even sailed he's only been a passenger moreover he had no apparent reason to rage against the establishment bono was born in the sixteen eighty s in barbados and according to the transcript of his seventeen eighteen trial had the advantage of liberal education in quote after retiring from the army with the rank of major bona bought an estate and settled in as a member of respectable society where he spent a decade raising a family until he suffered some kind of mental break he just broke bad went full walter white a contemporary account of bonus careers suggested that quote some discomforts he found in the married state in quote led to quote this humor of going pirating in quote but it seems unlikely that nagging wife alone could be enough to drive lawabiding gentleman to piracy so in summation apparently this dude with either so bored or he just snapped or his wife was such a raging pain in the ass that he said fuck it i no longer want to be a normal rich dude i'm going to become a pirate that i respect that is insane so with zero fucking knowledge of shipboard life he didn't let that stop him from contracting a local shipyard to build him a sixty ton sloop which he quipped with ten guns and he named it the revenge this was obviously a weird asked move most pirates either seized their ships by mutiny or by boarding them or by converting a privateer vessel into a pirate ship this guy just.
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"You're not gonna do anything you're dead you're not bob it and we've and with no fucking shark in the water son mike i'm glad we're on the same page here one then you know if we're if we're gonna talk about death let's talk about death if you get bit by a shark and let's say the shark loses interest in attacking you destroy takes a limb or to and it's like this is you know bits off bites off a leg in an arm and you're going to drown and rounded sucks yeah you're gonna lead out and drown that's worse than just being like a bear gets you and it hits you in the head you're going to sleep it's putting you out yeah what was the revenue with leo he gets he gets a tab but will maybe you haven't because you don't watch american cinema but the revenue which leonardo dicaprio finally snagged his best actor award for he gets by a bear and he gets fucked up really good i mean this bear really gives it to him it kicks the living shit out of him get some near death but hey you know what he survives because he's on land people find him they hope get healed up in it's all good he goes onto to avenge i don't want to spoil the movie but point if you haven't watched the revenue that you absolutely should i have not it just it's i you know i assumed but you don't see people survive surviving shark attacks even in movies just because it's not realistic that's insane pick the bear if you have to pick one of these to pick the bare fuck the shark sharks you don't wanna fuck with sharks we got one more call here's what ross mike magnificent facets derrick from raleigh i called you earlier today and i was i was always running a little bit hot one of my co workers cooked fish in the microwave at the office and.