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Artemi Panarin starts 3-goal third; Rangers beat Bruins 5-2
"R. tell me put Aaron's go ahead tally was the first of three third period goals for the Rangers on the way to a five to route of the Bruins put Erin tipped in a pass from Julian go TA with eight twenty five to play in the third Alexei l'avenir scored with under four minutes to play and Jacob Trouba added an empty netter to send the Rangers to their seventh win in eight games Ryan Strome opened the scoring for New York and says the team's success is a result of everyone playing their role I think it's everyone buying in on so I think it's guys realizing that on every shift is gonna be office of shift and if you get the bulk of the blinds and I'm just correct you know change look for another day that actually go do their job Craig Smith and Patrice Bergeron each had goals for the Bruins who have dropped two of three Gethin Coolbaugh Boston
What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains
"I want to read one of your quotes here for the audience. The government is not being transparent with us about what the risks of the vaccine are. And so I want to focus on that quote, but I also want you to explain to our audience, what is, and I'm going to hopefully get this right. mRNA, what is an mRNA vaccine? What is the technology? And what is a spike protein? And let's do that all in 30 seconds. Yeah, exactly. You can take the beauty of the podcast doctors, you could take as long as you want. So yeah. And I have on many occasions, I tend to get a little long winded on this topic. And you and probably hopefully many of your viewers have seen some of those other podcasts. So I'm going to try to go quick. The central dogma of biology is that DNA makes RNA RNA makes protein. Now let's talk about the scary word mRNA this acronym. What does that mean? There are many different kinds of RNA. What is RNA? It's a great big long molecule. You can think of it as like pearls on a pearl necklace. In each pearl is a different letter, but there's only four letters, just like with your computer there's only two, zeros and ones with the sequence that biology has selected or has been created, depending on how you see the world. There are four bases. There are four chemical entities in DNA those are AT, GC and RNA, they're AUG GC. So you and T are kind of interchangeable. And so it's a form based code in a long string that's negatively charged. And there are many different types of RNA. There is RNA that's used to shuttle amino acids. To the little bio robot that does the manufacturing that's called transfer RNA. There's RNA that is the scaffold that built that about which the little bio robots that manufacture proteins are built and that's called ribosomal RNA. And then there's RNA that confers information from DNA in the nucleus out to those little bio robots that manufacture proteins. And that's called a message. And so it's a messenger RNA or mRNA. What is RNA, the acronym is ribonucleic acid are in a, that's where that comes from. And so it may sound spooky and scary and very different. It's really dead easy. It's messenger ribo nucleic acid. It's just an acronym
No. 8 Mississippi beats Mississippi State 31-21 in Egg Bowl
"Eight three Mississippi capture the annual egg bowl of soup Connery for two touchdowns and a thirty one twenty one decision over Mississippi state Matt corral ran for touchdowns and passed for two hundred twenty nine yards to help the tenant to rebels overcome an early six three deficit to take a twenty four six lead early in the fourth quarter corral was twenty five of thirty three with an interception dietary Drummond had thirteen receptions for one hundred thirty three yards Mississippi state's Will Rogers was thirty eight of fifty eight for three hundred thirty six yards and a score on the ferry
Allen throws for 4 TDs as Bills beat hobbled Saints, 31-6
"The Buffalo Bills moved into a temporary tied for first place in the AFC east by shutting down the New Orleans Saints thirty one six Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes completing twenty three of twenty eight to pace the bills it was a good night no getting victory it by any means still some things to clean up and we'll look at that on tape and learn from it but happy for our guys responded from you know a short week into a tough loss on Sunday to a balanced scoring strikes were to tight end Dawson Knox the first got the bills first driving put buffalo up seven nothing the second put the game out of reach for the punctual saints at twenty four nothing midway through the third quarter Stefon Diggs them out breed also caught TD passes for buffalo which is now seven for the same record as the weak link which place Sunday the saints fell to five and six I'm John Merriam
Raiders outlast Cowboys in penalty-filled game for 36-33 win in overtime
"Daniel Carlson drilled a twenty nine yard kick with four twenty eight showing on the clock in overtime giving the raiders a thirty six thirty three victory over the cowboys Carlson's fifth and final field goal was set up by cornerback Anthony brown's fourth penalty of the day a pass interference call on third and eighteen the raiders racked up over five hundred yards of total offense with quarterback Derek Carr completing twenty four of thirty nine passes for three hundred sixty five yards and a TD we were up fourteen to six in the first quarter there's not gonna be enough guys we gotta we gotta keep our foot
NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports
"Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn, New York is legendary and the owner of Kellogg's diner has decided enough is enough actually she's been pushing back for a while over these insane mandates and leaders elected officials telling people how to live their lives under the guise of welcome on our guest line. Irene syndrome is hiring boy oh boy, you are up against it. You decided to sue Bill de Blasio. You talk about mister smith going to Washington. How about Irene taking on the mayor of New York? I have to. I need to feed my children, Mike. I have to do what I can do to protect my family. You're a single mom of four children and these crazy mandates and restrictions that have put restaurants in the New York City area through such agony. And I've watched it. I witnessed it last winter. I couldn't believe it with people trying to put tense out in the streets with karashi heaters. This whole thing has been a nightmare. So walk us through your story, Irene and tell us why you're challenging New York and tell us how these requirements have impacted Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn. So I first want to let everybody know that I'm not against of this vaccine or any vaccine that can save lives. But I don't want to be forced to take this vaccine or force anybody to take a vaccine. They don't want to put in their body. Now, these mandates, like you asked me, what have they done to me? The first man dates there was no protection put on us. So once these lockdowns were taken off. We started getting suit because we defaulted in our contracts. We couldn't afford all these big rents that we had or these mortgages that we had because we had no business. We were only doing delivery and takeout. We weren't doing the volume that we normally do on without a pandemic happening. Nowhere near it. We're even close to that. All we could afford at the time was food bills and payroll, and if so, like, it was horrendous. I didn't have the option to put tables outside. Very little. I had a little driveway. You know, I'm on top of a train station. I'm on a corner that is so dangerous and intersection. So I didn't even have that option that others also had to even, you know, do some business outside. Right. Everything was just take out and delivery for me. It was very difficult. I now face 1.4 judgment. Against
South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike
"A warning out of South Africa they were observing L. what looked like a new value south Africa's health minister Joseph follow says the new corona virus variant is worrisome because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people and the country's most populous province you can be rest assured as people start to move even more over the next few weeks this will be all over Paulus says there has been an exponential rise in infections in South Africa in the past four or five days possibly being driven by the new variant they're working now to determine the percentage of the new cases that have been caused by it the variant is also been found in travelers from South Africa to Botswana and Hong Kong I'm timid wire
Interpol elects United Arab Emirates official as president - Associated Press
"Law enforcement body into pole has elected a contentious official from the United Arab Emirates as its new president Major General Ahmed Nasser al Raisi who's the inspector general of the U. A. E.'s Interior Ministry has been elected by interval full one four year term he's been accused by human rights groups of torture and this criminal complaints against him in five countries including in France what interval has it's H. Q. and then took it with the election has been held the elections drawn angry responses from two Britons who filed the complaints Matthew hedges who'd been imprisoned in the UAE for nearly seven months in twenty eighteen on spying charges says this is a sad day for international justice on global policing I'm
The Incredible True Story of Squanto
"In 1608 before any ships before any people settled in what's now Massachusetts, I never knew this, because we all know that the Mayflower landed there in 1620. Chris, you knew that? I did at one point in my life. Right. So 1620 is when the pilgrims land at Plymouth. Sorry. But I always assumed growing up that that's the first time that anybody came to like what's Massachusetts. But I found out that's not the case. And the story of squanto, which I'm going to tell right now, which just wait, wait till you hear this. It starts in 1608, and it turns out that English trading ships would travel from Europe from England to Iceland, Greenland make their way down Nova Scotia all the way down and they would trade with the natives. Now I never knew that. So the natives were familiar with English sailors coming and trading and giving them knives and pots and pans and they would give them pelts and whatever. And they would trade. I never knew this. Well, in 1608, a group, a group, a ship led by a captain hunt lands or drops anchor off of what is today Plymouth Massachusetts. And the braves come down to the shore to trade with them as they've done before. Well, just so happens that this captain hunt was a bad man, and instead of trading with the braves, they whack them over the head, put them in the long boat, take them out to the ship, throw them in the hold, sail to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. This is 1608, one of the braves was a 12 year old. Boy named tisquantum. Now this is true story. This is all documented. I've done the research. Others have done the research. It's true. So he has bought by some kindly friars, who seemed to treat him well. Teach him the Christian religion, and this is the part that we'll never know how this happened. But they arrange for him to be freed and to travel to London. Now imagine from malaga Spain to London. So this is an Indian from what is today Massachusetts, a Native American, a patuxent, makes its way to London with the idea, and this is where it's crazy of getting back across the Atlantic to go back home. I know. It's like being on the moon and saying, so when's the next ship going back? There's no next ship going back. What are you talking about? But I guess the idea was not insane. He worked in London from what is it around 1612, 1613 for four or 5 years with a family called slany. This is all documented. This Indian named squanto to squantum learns the English language. He's there when he's there when Queen Elizabeth is on the throne, we're talking Shakespeare is writing his play. So he's in London. This Massachusetts Indian, and this is years before the pilgrims ever get to Plymouth rock, crazy, right? In 1618, I believe 1619, a ship is found. For him to go back to his home. And he's going to translate obviously because he knows the language. He's going to be on the ship working with these English as they're stopping, you know, and he's going to be doing the translating and so on and so forth. So somehow he gets passage on a ship. The ship ends up having to spend the winter in I can't remember if it was Iceland or Greenland. It's in my book. Where does it say? Newfoundland now, hold on a second. Anyway, the point is that it took them quite a while to get there, right? So they basically, no, it was Newfoundland. Sorry. They spend the winter in Newfoundland. And then the next spring, this is like 1619, they bring him to what's now the coast of Massachusetts drop him off. Thank you very much. Goodbye. This sounds crazy, right? This is document. This is a true story. So a year plus before the pilgrims land. This Indian has made the journey from Plymouth to Spain to London, spans 5 years London, learns the English language, learns the ways the English, and then ends up back where he started. He finds his way on foot to the village, which is right where Plymouth is today, right? Village where his Indian, where his family is, they have all been wiped out. In ten years, he's dreamed about getting home, he's dreamed about returning. He's dreamed for ten years. He's thought in his mind of doing the impossible to get all the way back
Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96
"The warriors had a thirty nine point swing as they trailed the seventy Sixers by nineteen points in the first half but got it going after halftime and go on to win by twenty points one sixteen ninety six Stephan curry had game highs with twenty five points and ten assists with the switching got stops made in take tough shots especially second half internet in offense and unlock the game for so you know pretty impressive just energy known let that happen now after the first quarter curry made six of eleven three pointers Andrew Wiggins had nineteen for Golden State which has won five in a row Steph's younger brother Seth curry led Philly with twenty four points rhyming on San Francisco
Ekblad lifts Panthers 2-1 over Flyers in record-tying win
"Aaron Ekblad scored two thirty nine into overtime to give the Panthers a two one win against the flyers it's always fun story citing the whole team was a fairly brief when they're all still under under what's up great game obviously a hard fought one exploited sand Bennett each had a goal and an assist for the cats who have matched the team record with their eleventh straight home win Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty two saves and became the first Florida goaltender to record points in eleven straight starts going nine oh one two the Panthers have won four in a row overall and R. eight two one one versus the metropolitan division Martin Jones made forty three saves for the flyers who are three in one in their last four games I'm Dave Ferrie
Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115
"The sons of stretch their winning streak to fourteen games is Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to a one twenty one fifteen victory at Cleveland Booker finished with thirty five points and Paul hit four free throws over the final eight point eight seconds to help Phoenix keep the winning streak alive Paul finished with seventeen points and twelve assists we try not to get too high try not to get too low and we control we control and we we talk about everything you know what I like no I no guessing you know how this guy feels and it's it's nice to be with a group like you they'll McGee added thirteen points and twelve rebounds in twenty minutes off the bench the Cavaliers dropped their fifth in a row despite Jared Allen's twenty five points and eleven rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie
Durant moves into NBA's top 25, Nets beat Celtics 123-104
"Kevin Durant crack the NBA's top twenty five all time scoring list by contributing twenty one points in the nets one twenty three one oh four thumping to the Celtics about a kid my like today's game an early age so I watched all these guys that I might pass a note to your house and I I wanted to be like them I wanted to be an NBA like them make an impact in the league like down Patty mills added twenty three points and James harden had twenty with eleven assists in Brooklyn's twelfth win in its last fourteen games lamarcus Aldridge scored seventeen grabbed nine rebounds for the Atlantic division leaders who opened the second half on an eighteen to three run to go ahead by twenty eight Marcus smart had twenty points and eight assists for the Celtics who had won three in a row I'm Dave Ferrie
Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case
"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.
Italy targets unvaccinated with restrictions as cases rise
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Italy targets the unvaccinated with new restrictions as cases of covert nineteen arise with concerns growing about the upcoming holiday tourism season and a possible winner wave of infections the Italian government issued new restrictions Wednesday that will bar unvaccinated people from certain leisure activities starting December sixth only those with proof of vaccination or of having recovered from Kobe in nineteen we'll be able to eat at indoor restaurants or go to movies or sporting events oxidations will also be mandatory for law enforcement the military and all school employees among others Italy is where Europe's outbreak of cold with nineteen began in February twenty twenty though more than eighty four percent of Italy's over twelve population has been fully vaccinated cove it is on the rise the country's recording around ten thousand new cases a day hi
Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House
"And what we saw in Virginia with the election of glencoe in the first Republican elected statewide since 2009 was exactly the power and organization and political message that we need to spread far and wide between now and election day next year Stop worrying about who's sitting in the Oval Office Does it matter of course it matters But right now what matters more How do you win this country by changing the president and then everything gets fixed Come on You're smarter than that you know better You know your founders the founders didn't want that You'd think James Madison and Alexander Hamilton and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson wanted us to wring our hands and worry about who would sit in The White House every four years Our entire country was built on the premise of divesting power from the federal government in the nation's capital The most important decisions that happen in our lives should be made at the local level and there's nothing more local than school boards Fix your house fix your neighborhood fix your community fix your town fix your county fix your school district That's how you change a country I've got more to say about that coming up in a little bit But that's what we need to focus on right now
What Happens in Your House Is More Important Than What Happens in the White House
"My motto has always been what happens in your house is more important than what happens in The White House Let me explain We get obsessed by what's going on Every four years in the presidential election we don't even pay attention to some of the other elections that go on in this country The people people know every minute detail of a presidential election because that's all the media focuses on and we get obsessed with it We watch it like it's ESPN and sports although frankly these days ESPN is more political than cable news We watch it and we get obsessed with every nuance in every little minor detail when a presidential election but most voters can't tell me who their state senator is Oh hell a lot of voters can't tell me who they're governor is And what about your school board members Let me ask you something Over the past year if you have children in the government run schools in this country Who do you think really affected their lives more Donald Trump or Joe Biden as president Or your local school board members I think you know the answer to that question
Southwest Delta, United And Julie Walker discussed on AP News Radio
"Determined to reclaim thanksgiving traditions put on pause last year by the pandemic millions of Americans will be loading up their cars or piling on to planes triple a predicts fifty three point four million people will travel for thanksgiving with forty eight point three million of them on the road an increase of nearly four million over the last year despite sharply higher gas prices and they forecast four point two million will fly that's up eighty percent from last year the rest will take rail or some other form of transportation American southwest delta and United have all been hiring lately which gives the airlines and industry observers hope that flights will stay on track this week but the best advice as always pack some patience I'm Julie Walker
"four k" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
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"four k" Discussed on The Empty Bowl
"Or even dan and this is what i always say with these things or just like melted marshmallow and butter yourself and mixon's captain crunch you're gonna get 'em especially if you get a little brown butter action going in there little salt. You're going to have much more. Like solid sassine product than you would with these these bars. You really are a virtuoso when it comes to the homemade cereal bar. So i love it. I love it. What better way to use up cereal. You know we every will ask you a A question something that you would like us to discuss or something that you have a a a take on This this week we asked you very a fun. We asked you to tell us about cereal that you remember fondly but nobody else seems to Recall what what would you A sleeper asleep asleep a cult classic. But you're the only one in the cult A one person called classic. But we we asked you about that and we'd love to hear your responses which which we will now at this exact moment hi. Dan adjusted this. Jasper they've been to maryland to me. The unsung hero childhood cereals. That few people seem to remember is actually not a scenario but the strawberry milk they would serve a mile elementary school picture. This it's too early in the morning during school cafeteria at plastic table with a bunch of other eight-year-olds. You're tired and confused cozier kit. And it's morning but you're not grumpy because you get to open up the little plastic bowl of ice krispies than poor on just the most unnaturally pink milky percy. It tastes like candy and happiness and get soggy like five minutes but by then you beaten it all anyway and of course the best part drinking the milk to start your day quite like that bo so special strawberry milk. Thank you so much damning. Justin for your wonderful podcast. Hello dana justin. This is hayley from california. She her pronounce a cereal that nobody seems to talk about or remember for me personally. Is cautious mighty bites. The reason why i still remember. These is because they were the ones that were shaped like little dudes. I'd like to see if they're still there. But i haven't seen a launch shelves to be fair. Haven't really been looking for them but it was nice to think about the again. Thank you so much for the podcast. Dan justin this is jordan from connecticut. The cereal that i'd love to see comeback. That is quite literally a blast from the past would be buzzed. Blasts was toy story. Buzz lightyears cereal. That was purple and green at grand pieces in the shape of rocket. Ships aliens and buzz from toy story. It was paired with green purple. Ufo's it was made with corn and oat flour apparently such unique shapes textures colors in overall concept. Please bring back. Thank you for your podcast. First off great job of being sued everybody. Those wonderful Dan d you have one of these is sort of like sticks out to you Yeah well first of all it was really enthralled. Haley's answer. Because i had never heard of kashi mighty bites either but i looked them up and i cannot believe that they literally have these little dude pieces through like actual crunchy stick figures. No that as a kid. I would have you know. Set them up in a diorama to play with the digital toys. Or whatever else. I had michael classic serials. Also a kashi cereal and that would be washy honey sunshine which was around for a while and kinda just quietly disappeared but it was these little golden honey squares that just had incomparable. Like melt in your mouth. Nece that i really really enjoyed and nobody else seems to feel that way. Did you have one of these cold cereals. Atta lot actually I was The the the two that stood out to me The i was ken. My rice bran the ever. Have this one. The probably not it was in came out in the ninety s. Very early nineties. I remember going to reach over at josh jobs. You know josh joe. I went to school. As a dos jeff's south and it was a crispy brown rice flakes was the idea. Sort of like a hardier special k would be like the best sort of like With maybe a bit more malted flavor to it Really good yeah. It was a very good cereal. That i very much enjoyed. The other one was fingers fingers. Your fingers right serio. It's such a while it was a serial with pieces that are like big and you were not supposed to eat them in like a bowl with milk you would open them up like thing of chips and eat them like they were more like cracker size. But you're designed to. They came in little pouches And yours designed to eat them with. Your hands goes way ahead tons compared to jumbo's taxi. I mean it's the exact same. It's the exact same Exact same premise. I mean but just like. We didn't need anybody to tell us that we get the cereal with our right right. Like it just reeks of the marketing meeting. So he's like people are eating these days with their hands. We should just give them from using milk at the same time. Yeah you're gonna hear how long this i i pull up. We never do this. But i did want to share. I was trying to reminisce. So i pulled up an ad for fingers. I can't play the thirty second spot real quick. Please me want wholesome new cereal. Made with your fingers wholesome am i read my hands nutritious but bowl spoon now all you need to enjoy cereal anytime you want..
"four k" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"And then i would love for you guys respond. Four is the most complex number Primarily because they are intense emotionally and they are Not comfortable with anything that is in the middle are that's average So a four They have more emotions than any other number. And they have an emotional swing. That is Exhausting for some other numbers and part of that's because if they're said they wanna be sadder and if they're happy they wanna be happier. Oh no average feelings So they intensify both happy and sad and four are textured people. They don't like things that are flat and slick and quick answers to hard questions they contribute. Oh gosh probably forty percent of the beauty. That's in the world. Wow and terms of music dance. Art architecture plants. All of it. They have an eye for beauty and depth and texture and color. Yeah they are uncomfortable in the world. And i think it's has a lot of reasons. The first reason i think is that i believe there are fewer fours in any other number so i think there are a lot of people who don't know a four. Oh wow okay and fours are very forthcoming and a lot of people. Don't want to know about your life. They want to know where you work right. And maybe where you live. But they don't want to know about your life and fours don't feel like they've had any kind of meaningful exchange with you. If all you know is what you can find out on. I don't know calling So i think fours are worse all the time that we give them. They don't abbreviate well. they don't They don't fall right in line. Well they don't wanna be like everybody else they want to have their own image and Interestingly enough anne fours and sevens look exactly alike as children. You told me part and that's because neither one gets enough it's like they want a little more of everything that life offers just a little more force half to learn to meet people in the middle in terms of social connection. They have to learn to say less and to draw out less and they have to be willing to give relationships time but they're accustomed to people leaving them and so they kind of operate in the world of. I'm gonna tell you everything like as fast as i can tell you and that way if you don't like me then i'm not going to get hurt later right. I'll take it right.
"four k" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
"In my mind now. I did talk about the authentic piece already. How authentic is it. Maybe it make any difference. It's just something. I gotta think through in that i think you guys should think through as well At the very least have good framing framing. That you can that you like. That looks the way you want it to look. That's also comfortable. This is a very comfortable situation for me. you know. i'm basically sitting all day and then sometimes stand up so really make sure you like how how it feel. Don't you do this when you first start. Don't worry about the the background dropback the backdrop at all with the strategy of the show. The topic the schedule. The distribution honestly audio. Your audio needs to be awesome. It needs to be great. And you know i say that when i first started my audio was not always the best and i admit it. I was new learning things. I was trying and since i got this new wonderful microphone. It has gotten better. You know it sounds better. It sounds a audio is much more important than video. Now i also have a four k camera up there now. I didn't start with that either. But you want to think about that. How do you make everything sound and look as good as it possibly can..
"four k" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Turn the bloody readily day offers. Well it's it's a four k screen. Which i was sure if i'd had have any as for i've only watched a few things in four k but also upscale very well so any content you have in other hd resolutions look good on the screen. They look blurry or anything. You also have in the specs. A thing that says pause live tv dan. do you actually use it for dvd bt and actually have a signal going into other than the age from your your funky box..
"four k" Discussed on NFL Live
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"four k" Discussed on NFL Live
"And and so. I think that perspective most players that I've been around their career Iran's three years before they think it's going to end and so usually when it's time for it to be over your surprised by that's how it is for ninety. Nine percent sounded the guys and so a perspective of someone who's kind of been on both sides of it. I think is important make sense. Did you the report. The packers forty niners squirrel I in the NFC amazing considering considering both teams have losing records last year in the AFC. The Titans and chief will battle it out with these super bowl trip up for grabs. The final overreaction on this Monday the packers and the forty niners the forty. niners going to Miami Victor. This is an overreaction guys mainly Eh picking the go pack go into Rogers is shown me that he can get he can just get it done. He can flat out get it done on and the reason he can get it done as because devante. I think the way he gets the ball to him. I think the chemistry that they both have and listen. I can speak to a little chemistry between a quarterback and receiver. I've been there many. And when you when you're on the same page with your quarterback like they are you feel like you are untouchable. You go through these practices you understand exactly how you WANNA WANNA attack this team. And I think they're doing that as we speak. And I think when you have that level of confidence between your quarterback and you're wide receiver only good things come from that and the niners are going to have their hands full trying to guard Devante Atas because he's a spectacular town. If it does happen. Aaron Rodgers will go nine years between starts in the super bowl largest gap ever by starting quarterback. which would break the record previously held by John Elway when eight years between his superbowl starts to the super spotted? Say but that. That that overreaction or no okay okay the only thing I agree with field. It's not I'm no reaction and it would be the longest right like I think the issue is. I don't think the packers can block the the forty niners I just. I don't think they can the banged up at tackle. The last time they played them they couldn't block them. Aaron Rodgers as we scored eight points. They really struggled offensively and I think when we look at the niners now I think they're better now than they were last time. They played on the defensive side of the ball. So thirty seven. Nobody surely that offense one hundred like yeah it was. It was really bad. You have to think they're playing better as well. Though that that that Green Bay offense a little bit I in Aaron Rodgers can create offense and volunteer Adams great but if you just get dominated friends friends who we saw weekend it team that dominated the other team front. They won the game. Look look at the. Vikings Viking seemed to run the football a A. Rod as he's not going to be a sitting duck in that pocket. He's going to be moving around. He's not going to be an easy guy. Just come and sit back there seven yards in being attacked by Joey. Bosa thank you for that information new. NFL live from our Texans reporters. Sarah Barshop Bill. O'Brien hasn't met with owner Kalmyk near but when asked whether Texans will hire a GM he said the way. I see it right now. It stays the way it is here are sounds of the weekend.
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"four k" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me
"Yeah All right welcome to pod dirty to me where we give you more than just the tip we go bald the deep jason this is Kiwi Com join us all right so we're going to do something different today we're GonNa do another list list of fifty we're going to do the top ten dirty questions we're GonNa ask an answer ice but of course as we we're going to start we'll just do the word of the day real quick to get it out of the way the word of the day is beef curtain scared scared the peace curtain sorry stupid the shape doubt remains of the Labia after being stretched like Plato for an hour or so of Jimmy Jam jam Jimmy and Jimmy's so that's the point where you get stood on the wheel pulling on the curtain making Eh Daniel Flower changes on my curtains the same when I get aroused with them you ever had sex curtain no the right beef curtain have you ever wiped Your Dick on curtain factor woman in the US scream that she will score them blackout they see it with but I regret it was a joke we used to tell how do you make a woman's scream twice you fuck her in the ass and then you Dick Curtain that was perfect now an imperfect literally you can try that next ever really inappropriate Gay joke I'm not sure I should say on this because I don't want to offend anybody but I I was told this joke by a gay man who would just like Ramle call me up it'd be like I got a job can you tell me a joke and I'd fucking died hang up and he told me that joke and it was like twenty something years ago and I still fucking joke is the funniest fucking joke he called me up I was like just watching TV or some shit and he calls me goes he jay and I was like yeah you've been in a gate Picnic a- and I was like I don't know all the Weiner tastes like shit I'd like people eight you Yeah it's fun ones I can't believe he told me to really stick with anyway let's start with our list shall we let's do all right number fifty is there anything you won't do in bed do you don't do in bed what's doing debate I won't say my wife Peggy not again that again at least yeah you won't get pegged as if I know pleasure in it because really skinny no no actually feel pretty awkward I will let me though no good lucky lady fingers no I get scared scared you're staring the prison days lose soap for that I think the only thing I would never ever do would be like water sports like I would never get peed on or the number two you don tair no I just I don't think of myself as a Germaphobe or a clean freak but I just that's something I you will level yeah I like that was trying to think yeah once you said that that definitely yeah no no there's a name for back to where they poop on each other there's a literally a name for it yeah it's called disgusting I know there's a term compete on is narrated Atta girl asked me that once you want me to be on you and I was like no to fucking I wanna see what your limits were I was like well yeah you go the loon plus the curtain I talked about yeah the golden showers Maryland. AH involved yeah that's not as bad as you think it's warm very warm house don't think I would have a threesome with another guy in a chick I I don't think I would if I would maybe advisable blitzed out of my mind then you'd go for it I would just like but I've talked to some friends that did it with another dude and they were like can you stay on that side and I stay on this side we don't touch her look at each other and I could see how guys blunt yeah didn't know Indu my my buddy the same I didn't want to seize Weiner it's different got it bothered me just like I can't you're like dude you're next to me we're picking the same girdle now not good now women can do it all the time you guys got a different mindset though he doesn't bother you say yeah I mean I'm so girls I'm sure it does but on the guys it's like you see it literally all right because you know the whole tools are almost directly next to each other and you like tossed touch and feel the rubbing of the other thing I mean just like Oh yeah you have to either really like it or not like it at all or just don't care yeah Brady porn yeah we know what he the one thing I really don't like is choking really yeah you don't WanNa be an honorary choked so which was describing ideas what I wouldn't do which is scaring I'll do a lot but yeah the choking I'm not one and I know there's like extreme azure and where you almost pass out and then having orgasm at the same time this never I've tried it but what an enjoyable thing it's like I had a girl does she like that any freaked out because I didn't want to kill her yeah were you don't know where's the threshold she was she'd be like old like taking from us okay we tried it and I was like enough for me yeah some people just really liked it and you know whips and things like that and spinks and things like that's all fine but the choking part yeah that's a whole I think it's such a loss of control so now that won't do it go you literally go out you know where you are almost passed out you know that that I don't want okay all like joking I mean to me to be it's a little weird I feel like you know you don't like you said you don't know where the thresholds and maybe they're just so out there and they're like they're doing their thing and then they pass all your in diff- now drake's your wife I don't know what happened it wasn't me she just came into the bed diet who's Hanford that is just sugar and then things got weird guess choke the Juvenile de showed up all right speaking of whips and stuff if you had to pick number forty nine cranky would you be a dominatrix or a submissive dominators I've never done either one and so I wouldn't know if I wanted to probably say it'd be this missive yeah just to dry it takes me because I think the Dominatrix or being someone this dominators in NFL action you have the controls that you'd be sitting there and taken as well it's GonNa take me especially for everyone who's ever done it so yeah I would submit I think a lot of men like that right be submissive to take a role reversal but it's turn on this do this do this woman incomplete a half hour yeah fifty shades of Brown van Brown the number forty eight what's your favorite blowjob technique it's done yes I'll get them in the mouth yeah you guys go I saw you go ahead go ahead I my favorite technique is dethroning like with the whole thing I I hate when they kind of focus on the head I kind of like a hand to hold it and then he just Kinda like they can legally look like a fucking molly Bob I'm like I want that witnessed all round Freddie by face I think he does sorry I'm just my free I let's see when the put the whole hand on the slurp in their slobby as hail and they shove it in any put the tongue around the head and then you're slow in the mess with Unilever that evil is when they're dealing and they caressed them exactly in the curse and in the wall going to town and I'm sitting there grabbing the hair important by going I'm ready to fucking that loose Ed balls played with it didn't do anything for me do like brings is amazing tingling sensation that's just me yeah now everybody different yeah everybody's I started dating I guess she'd been with people that liked it so it's like doggy style and she'd really reached down grabbed my ball the people like that especially massage Oh my God yeah yeah there's a lot of men like that I was like a special thing a lot of men like that but but I love that I love when you look at you and they give you that wink I like to read the fan because they know they're working and they're sitting there s right like like him let lucile okay so here's a question that I'm GonNa add onto this so the semen that comes out when I wanted to give in your head and the pre come or the not actual yeah but if you give out for a long time there's a lot of it warms like playing in it you know giving head going to happen the base on the basis hand it's all wet and she's nuts and then there's not area were from her lips when she takes it off to the tip of your deck were there's still that attach your that's nasty look right that's amazing yeah okay so that's a fun thing yeah so just checking action take anything blowjob belated it's pretty bad pretty no-now there's I've had some bad ones I had some teeth involved in its own nonstop you gotta go there and the secretive thing was it was so good oh where am I going are you going home going home but I'm not teeth but a string to hold it's just playing individuals sorry and all join rec the wife not a lot of women no question do a lot of women D- through you know and keep dethroning I mean like you get one or two good ones in there and take breather and then the woman can handle it or it's not even about sizes throw throw ability now but I would have to that does feel right by that other parts feels good too number forty seven do you prefer professional or amateur born oh I know yeah how amateur like the stuff that is mutated museum and on the way or the still dislike actual l. new four K. I mean good question I don't know if there's a sub topic you cannot elaborate I'm sorry I didn't mean so like if you want four they got the new four k. she now we can see freckles and wrinkles and everything yeah you could see inside and understand the professional UCF regular movie hd and then you get your amateur stuff were put on there like oh a couple of having sake all right we'll make a lot of money doing that congrats on that couples yeah sites and they make bank crazy just having great yeah I don't know anything about it ordine videos quality is good and it's interesting I really don't care I mean if it's good and it gets you into the mood in the annex it looks cool I really don't care if it's a little bit what about you I mean I like I mean like both I like when I'm going to a porn site just like somewhere looks like a couple of just set video camera in the corner and then I dislike going at it or whatever and they but they know how to maneuver angles stuff to make it look good or whatever on the video says Pov the Pov I also I like professional porn videos that are like they're not amateur videos but like their morale they're they're real but like they act like it's somebody they've never met never done it before whatever like casting videos is where it's like the casting couch or were those like are they show that they're getting to know.
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"four k" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Giving away we've got four copies that includes the Blu ray the DVD in the digital copy incredible amount of extras and that is of the original the the real life the lion king and now we've got some to give away this morning we already gave way first we want to congratulate our winner is Michael in Park City Michael in Park City congradulations as okay stay tuned everybody we've got three more copies of this incredible circle of life edition of the original line can to give away this morning and Jeff Tuckman is here Jeff all right how you doing doing great yeah you know I I looked at the include of so many of these now include all three versions that you can that you can watch you got your Blu ray you got your DVD and you got your database started doing that awhile ago right they really did I mean it because people are still buying the regular versions of DVD yes the four K. really hasn't taken off it will it will it but it will because the quality is so good and then the extras are great a big believer in in four K. biggest problem is what do you find it yeah so what should that when you leave so that the the the selection is not as big as as you would you would have hoped I mean I haven't had with Blu ray too and it just took awhile for it to to you know to catch on also you know people when we took the price drops a little bit you know yeah and in fact there were some Blu ray actually won out because if you remember there were there were two separate formats when it first came out in the high definition and Blu ray was the winner yeah and I the other was at the U. H. steel just right dating a HD DVD HD deve yeah that's a really really didn't make it so Abu raise great I've got a Blu ray player it's fantastic and in now you've got up three options though if you win this if you win this thing you got your Blu ray you got your digital and you got your DVD in a ton of insane extras on this thing let's before we break for the news let's talk to Tony Tony just wanna thank you for finding that without moving name for me okay sucking off but you were talking about this quite often and when I go look it up there's different years is their version that you prefer over the other one well there's two there's two versions of it there's the nineteen seventy seven original that starry or gentle directed and then there is light the remake that was released last year that's directed by Lucas go going to what you know what you know into for further nineteen thirty seven thank you I I the the nineteen seventy seven version is in is I think of horror masterpiece I think it's the scariest movie ever made and it's brilliant and there are a lot of really great releases out their Blu ray and otherwise of that now no I will I will say Tony remake is great it's a completely different movie but it's really really great so they're both worth a look but if you're asking me to pick one over the other I pick the original that's the one I'm gonna go it okay pretty much you been good on everything I can suffer I disagree with the I. Mad Max okay it's only take your body could I take your house how someone not like Mad Max I can't even that can't process that my brain I don't have the eight I don't have the brain cells to can even comprehend that somebody doesn't like Matt backs I can't like what thank you mean you don't like air I am a day ago said Tony you just went over the holy grail no Mad Max is great yeah it truly is all right we'll take a break and and they see that's how you call up you got a question or we answer I answer Jeff answers it that's how it works DVD Blu ray tech question release dates on stuff and also camping could remove you describe it to us either talk.
"four k" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"But the other thing about that website that I want you know but you can leave comments there so if you think you've got a good way to do this you can you can just go to tech I. labs dot com we divide the website into shows each show is divided into hours each hour integrates calls or segments so you can drill right down to what was that that was our to segment two and find the question watch it listen to it read the text responsible links and comment on it in all it's free we do ask with the commenting that you use you sign in with a Google Twitter or Facebook yeah that's just because we want to keep spammers at bay I don't do I think that the mission eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo Adam clear much California hello Adam Leo how are you I'm well how are you I'm fine thanks for taking my call I'm a little stymied I just bought myself an L. G. O. L. league the our sixty five and sixty nine you see you to fall I'm a big fan of the L. G. O. let's yeah and I mean I I'm putting putting all my devices into it but I held the Sony to seventy two right now I have an operating five point one channel but it's sunny receiver and a D. N. ten eighty S. T. R. D. and ten eighty and I don't know if I should hello my devices into the story and then have the ark cord to the L. G. the thing into the LG and how the HDMI ARC go into stone is the Sony a four K. H. T. R. A. V. receiver yes it because of course you wanted to have the capabilities of the TV or you'll be missing out right but since it does my general standard on something like this is to have everything going to the AV receiver that's what it's there for and have it output to the Sony the only reason you need arc is arms are to the LG the only reason the ark is it if the LG which it is is a smart TV and you watch something on the smart TV like let's say you get Netflix on the LG and you're watching Netflix on it you need arc because the picture on the screen needs to get its sound to the Sony and so you connect the art out into the Sony the Sony smart enough to say oh yeah I get I'm getting audio so play that yes of the AV the whole point of an AV receiver really is to take multiple inputs for a variety of sources and then have a single out put the ghost your television set yeah I'd I'd really bothered because I had TV I just replaced had one HDMI right you need to get yeah you doing what you're doing then you do what you did with that TV the only reason you wouldn't want to this is the drawback of upgrading to this beautiful four K. H. D. R. O. led screen is everything else in order to get that screen to live up to its promise has to be also HDR four K. yeah you have your AV receiver but also your roku or your apple T. V. everything has to all be upgraded yeah yeah and someone told me I needed my entire sick anymore because that is built into the TV well yeah so this is this is I'm not a fan of smart TV smarts because the TV's don't get upgraded as fast the apps often I was good in the TV is usually don't have processors is good that LG may well I actually like with LG's down their smart TV but off in our state yeah it's better to have a stand alone device whether it's a roku fire TV apple TV does get upgraded better they have better processors their original intent was to provide internet connectivity to a television set that didn't have it but now all the TV makers but smart and you have you have a TV that has internet access and has apps on so that's going to come down to what you like best but that's what the arts for if you're watching Netflix on your LG through the LG you'll get the picture great but words where is the idea of going to have to get back into the Sony and you do that with arc okay all very good okay calling you got a nice set up you're gonna enjoy it H. T. S. so it H. T. R.'s high dynamic range the latest TV's are both four K. so remember the original it'll TV set back in the old days was about maybe you know if you're lucky two hundred fifty to three fifty lines of resolution top to bottom that was S. D. or standard definition that we got to high definition which is seven hundred twenty lines that's a lot more top to bottom war full HD which is one thousand eighty lines topped by muscle while lines compared to you know maybe about three fifty on your old TV that's why I Love Lucy looks a terrible on a high def TV it wasn't designed you see a more detailed and Lucy put in so it looks all blurry and weirdness merry most TV's have software in them to kind of fix that they caught up scale that low resolution picture but still it's never gonna look as good as it did on adults merry TV well we've gone beyond out ten eighty P. full HD double that both in the lines up and down so that's two thousand one hundred sixty winds up in that but also in the way so there's there's quadruple the number of pixels in a four K. TV somewhat more pixels there's also high dynamic range which means there's a bigger range between the darkest darks the brightest brights it looks more like real life and more importantly movies.
"four k" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Days all about the Pentium yes I remember that I mean we have to do to run defrag well and back in those days it was like seventy five the Pentium ninety than Pentium one hundred like those are exponential changes now year after year the chips aren't like double fast you know I'm used to be that conversation all the time well what speed what three processor you have yeah it's not like the software right now demands any of the hardware the you can get the computer so now it's more about what is the screen look like what's the resolution to have four K. because computers are play fast for what we do with them does the built in camera come with a cover on it yeah yeah use blue painter's tape so don't leave residue it's so funny I see so many laptops at work with a Scotch tape over the little built in camera I'm like wow people are really paranoid they are and but it was really funny when they showed who was it bees Sir somebody knows are yet now is book had the tape Sekhemre sucker bird with tape yeah in if he's doing that means he knows there's no defending their city here Google has added tell me to their maps live view so if you have an android you can do it right now and it's coming down to apple iOS and it's called live view and what that means is if you're using walking directions with Google maps you look through the camera and it shows you arrows on the overlay of what you're looking at live street view yes live street view it basically shows you where to walk how to walk where to turn on the streets instead of following UP dot you ever see people they start taking a few steps one way they look at their phone up in a turnaround either way I have taken a few steps that way I'm just waiting for my GPS to catch up to it so I know how which street to go down it eliminates all that there are a lot of thought applications for that and now I'm looking that up right now yeah so I live live earth maps and three sixty view in Google earth and all kinds of stuff so yeah are they doing a live camera view as from cameras around the world yeah well it's from camera it's it's from the camera on your phone so instead of staring at a map and following a blue Datsun you're looking through the camera in its overlaying like arrows of where to walk in the real world so there's another component of that I'm just looking this up that so when you do it when I'm I use street the alarm when I'm looking at buildings are we got to do something side I'm a girl let me just take a quick peek at what it looks like from the street and a cruise down the street they're also now incorporating a live camera view if there are cameras out about that are publicly accessible lawyers want to Julie and that they are we show our cave yeah corporation actual real live video view to some of your views so that's another way they're doing that as well I just looked up in Australia came up with this because the cameras yeah this one is actually for like walking directions gotcha and and I've done that plenty of times where I'm like I'll start walking one way no wait I don't think now the error of their turn around go the other way so this is sort of to eliminate that and it's very handy yeah I was very cool so Hey we got take a break okay let's do that when we come back but we'll talk to Liz okay you other people call in and one hundred seven six zero KFMB one eight.
"four k" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"On the candy my can talk show talk show hosts a game of the stories are fascinating appoints only matter to us some of us more than others it's called choose your news we give you the headline you text about candy Mike Todd something creative about the story to nine eight nine seven three then we listen here in a few minutes four forty nine to see if your pic made it out on top but at this point you are in total control of the show we want to know which story you want so now it's time for the pitches Mike your story for today Sir all right we're gonna start this one with a quiz for everybody in the room Todd candy Andrew okay Ursula and on all right so you all your pens ready yeah I got your slip of paper ready don okay all right so you have to guess which of these is not a generic drug what was IT what's so ten love us Staten or as they apply on I could see him again for you a lift the side V. flex a tan see love a statement or deed sale upon right which is not pulled up fold up your your answers and now let me get into my pitch so you've seen the commercials and unhappy person they look worried the grimace the color gets muted in the four K. digital production family members were eight and then the interact with a drug with a name that sounds like Expedia now they're overjoyed vivid color returns the commercial the afflicted person is dancing in front of a live band and Derek park bandstand or walking on the newly carefree but you know how these drug names happen it turns out it's two women in Chicago Gail and Stephanie and if you want to know how they do it take your dose of curios curiosidades and text Mike eight nine seven three I want to work with them that's too funny some passes on the Mike yeah I I wanna I wanna know how much they get paid for that when my husband and I were naming babies we have a list of girl names and he said man I hope we don't have a girl they are going to be named after an STD medication see My Girl my work to the way that I could like ours ours you privately I'm Sam you know what all is upstairs what your pitch for choose your news see what I'm saying with the show what I'm saying all right I know that lots of people are planning will but are you walking off to bring of government tribunal to bear to tell women yes she will manipulate a man's **** **** and **** or you will lose your business what do you see what I deal with on the day what it all the details so that texts top story tonight at nine seven three now it's Tuesday I'm just what it is I'm early in the week are you would you choose your news while you're here you want to make one up on the spot on no other there's too much real what's going on all right can you go ahead I searches units that none of your store let's say you're watching stranger things are the bachelorette rose ceremony something or game or whatever and numbers sealer comes up you re you carry on.
"four k" Discussed on Analog Out
"Which is a strong they need to go for like a next box game pass type deal with this thing yeah in that i i'd be fine with being far more expensive because it's like you don't need a constant right so that so it's like the poor man's console where and that's always report people get screwed over is that they have a little bit of money now but not a lot of money later on right like they ended up always paying more then yeah then if you just bought everything outright hey i mean x box offered that one service where you could get a console and stuff and everything for a monthly fee yeah so this is basically would basically be like the poor man's console where it's like yeah it's like twenty thirty bucks a month month and you don't need a console and you don't need a by the games so if it was like excise game game pass and all that i'd be all about this i really would be like twenty bucks twenty bucks a month i'd be i'd be tempted there were like hey do maternal is gonna come out in this thing yeah and it's gonna run gray on you're on your tv and he didn't work they frame all you'll need to be all you need is a controller and you're and you're a chrome cast plugged in and you're all set and you're gonna have you're good to go yeah but as of right now they're play games and you're chrome cast and pay full price for them no no thanks i'm good i'm gonna go ahead and just continue to watch my you to buffering strain yeah and then play my games on a on a on a an actual system console yeah it doesn't really make a lot of sense i don't quite understand you know his his his whole thing is tone deaf 'em yeah completely cable companies they're not gonna just bend to the will of the people who are like i gotta have my stadia yeah yeah all right moving on so there's been a lot of hubbub over eight seen from toy story to four k blu ray being removed i guess the blu ray or also like there's a fork daydreaming for enabler i probably the streaming services well yeah but most recently d four k blu ray andy remove it in the credits they remove the 'em it was a it kind of was similar to the meat to issue what other cat are the casting couch and a dickhead who got an arrest infer basically being a rapist yeah 'em harvey weinstein yeah i don't know why couldn't you couldn't like not hear his name yeah i know i think i just blocked it out after every buddy homicide twice right to the there's a natural of just like bloopers papers and stuff right and it's see a the scummy villain yeah prospector pete prospector pete stinky feet mhm an m yeah so there's he's in he's in his box with to of be a barbies yeah basically like oh are you all identical and he's like being a creepy old man and that's why what's funny back then but that whole movement wasn't there like right casting couch just wasn't a secret back then but it wasn't like where where where we are now yeah so basically a lot of people were upset and i was curious what you're take was on it about just summer moving out yeah i mean i watched the scene in yeah it is really creepy now lighter i i think i always creepy i think yeah exactly it was it was always creepy i don't i don't ever i didn't i under i would understand if the scene got somehow got made now and then it right before i came out there like in no yeah we do that all the time on this podcast yeah we do so i i understand it like in indy current modern light it it looks bad now it's it's it's silly though to to go back and edit a bunch of i i'm just not really i'm kind of in the middle i'm not really super passionate about i'm not gonna i'm not gonna be i'm not i'm not outraged by by disney about it yeah but but it's just it's a bad precedent it raises an interesting thing where it's just okay so how many things are gonna go back and removed from old movies yeah they're offensive now because i talked to you and i when we saw this there's a lot of like nineties comedies instead they had a lot of like really offensive gay jokes now yeah those were like that with the thing in the nineties everyone may put a gay people in like yeah i was very taboo to be gay an m like taboo yet not hidden exactly that's the thing it's like they start there's people stop hiding it yeah so so so are we gonna go through these old movies and just remove all the gay jokes having to i mean i'm not i'm not saying i'm not gonna sit here in dining held and i really gotta have my nineties gay jokes at some point yeah it's just that point is why does it stop when we stopped going back and and you well when you watch a movie with a group of friends it's older in the end they make a really like off color joke who didn't age well usually just laugh at all go out that doesn't look good now yeah it's just it's just like a joint crane and you move on among the group of like ooh wow now i don't know good now but these are relics like the thing the thing about film in pop culture is that when you watch or listen to like any sort of pop culture represents the time just like a time capsule in a capsule and the thing is like oh yeah back then like this wasn't really considered an issue yet like it wasn't really know being able to come back and be like wow a disney movies like like a deer back then yeah so i'm not gonna say on the podcast i'm really i'm really upset they removed it it's just i i just think it's kind of dislike interesting that there's actually a guy at the at the studio who watched the movie it just goes who's who's paid to to make sure that it's good to go i i wouldn't be surprised it really will be there is a guy who's just like okay we gotta we gotta have an outrage checker it'd be a guy sitting down watching movies and what things in age well and what can we keep in this movie yeah thankfully has nothing it's it's just a a a a a bonus after credit scene so it's not it doesn't really impact the movie at all whatsoever but yeah i i'm curious to see if it's always just this is where it starts and we could end up seeing other things change later on a future so i'm not really i dunno i dunno yeah i mean i think i i it's just it's not a good i don't think it's a good precedent i really don't i don't want people going through an changing art you know it's it is what it is it's you don't go back and change paintings you don't go back in chains song but don't fit your narrative and i don't think you should go back and change film either yeah that's kind of where i'm at and if it doesn't age well then let people see that on their own and make that decision for themselves a i don't quite understand thee sudden need to like helicopter parent over the entire world yeah like i already have my super uptight step mom to a guard my siblings against everything that might a it didn't might expose them to the real world i don't need i don't need some corporate i remember when making that decision for everyone i remember when it came out i remember even seen as a kid and i didn't think anything of it like and i know that it looks bad now and i i recognize that but i when you're the guy with the villain yeah always also any kind of creepy ins yeah but like i'm but i'm a kid i i'm not sitting here over analyzing it and attaching it to real world events and everything so yeah there's a lot of faceless jokes in old movies or even like kids movies where they reference like a lot of horrible things but like joke and it's a times yep so i thought a thought it was worth bringing up yeah 'cause we both love y'all disney movies and a yeah so yeah if you guys are out there and went well what do you think it'd be a toy story to all those guys tweeting us all the time what do you think about the toy story to change.
"four k" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Actually now where so that was a risk you had to take and hopefully you are at least aware of that risk if you were engaged in that behavior now some people became obsessed with collecting music files they established enormous digital music libraries of their own sometimes they'd even download stuff they never really planned to listen to just so that they can have it and people were purchasing fewer CD's and that was a huge blow to the recording industry there are multiple reasons for that again I'll talk about that a little bit more in depth later on but this was this was a scary thing for record labels because the profit margin for CD's was really good the other day CD's were cheap to manufacture you can sell them for a really good profit and companies obviously did not want that cash cow to go away so when they started seeing that trend on the decline companies really freaked out and there were a lot of different reasons that contributed to that decline but the company seem to really focus on piracy as being the one main reason for that happening worse than that company started seeing those hours get leak like I said before they could even publish them and they were wondering how is this happening how can the songs that haven't even published they haven't played on the radio they shouldn't really be outside the control of the company how are they getting out to get leaked on to these services at because people are downloading the latest songs from artists days or sometimes even weeks before the album would actually drop the New Yorker did a profile on someone responsible for thousands of leagues he was not the only one but this is a representation of what was going on is a guy named dell Glover he was working at a poly gram CD manufacturing facility in the Carolinas and Glover claimed he never personally smuggled any of those production CD's out of the facility but he had a network of employees who would do that for them for him so he would you know rely on these people to smuggle out brand new CD is that were being produced but not yet being sold out one of the ways that we do this is they would commonly produced more CD's than they actually needed for an order because sometimes you know you have irregular CD's that are pressed some there might be some manufacturing error something is affecting the quality and sometimes you just end up with extras anyway and those extras were always meant to go through a shredder so that the material could be destroyed and then recycled but you could just secretly you know hide one of those CD's on your person while you're taking all the rest of the shutter because no one was keeping track of the shredded desks so if you did it and you were careful and you didn't get caught you could stand to gain from that so Glover would take the smuggle desks home many would rip the music offer them using his computer and upload the files to a ringleader of the piracy ring who then made them available on various peer to peer networks will first on centralized networks and later peer to peer networks this also helped start the idea that the content on the internet is free it's a it's an idea that's got a pretty strong hold on the average internet users psyche this these days Khan said that if I if I go online I should be able to get stuff for free people got used to that idea then have to walk into a store and lay down cash for a purchase now in some cases artists are companies might allow people to listen to or even download some content for free they it actually becomes something they're welcoming they might think of it as a type of marketing but in other cases people were just pirating the heck out of stuff they were just coming in because they could not because it was a wild and the thought of paying for content was on the decline the revenue model for the web was largely ad based right if you went to a website chances are that website was making money by using web advertising they were selling space on the web page that advertisers would pay money to occupy for a certain amount of time and that this was not ideal for content creators necessarily because and and for website operators to because people are starting to develop what we largely would refer to as as add blindness people would stop paying attention to the fact that there even were ads they're just paying attention to the content that led to some pretty eating at trends in advertising things like pop ups and pop unders and ads with full sound that just start playing as soon as they load on your screen your taking stuff like that that would that decrease your enjoyment of the web experience but it also meant that a lot of people would install ad blockers so that they could not have that experience and still get the content they wanted the content wasn't technically free because it was being paid for by advertising but the end user was not directly paying for the experience right it wasn't like it was behind a paywall so for the user it felt like everything is free then when everything feels like it's free then feels like a huge imposition to be told Hey if you want access to this you've got to pay for it and so it kind of condition people to an expectation the content needs to be free that's a huge problem not just for music it's for web content in general and I'll talk about that a little bit later to but this was also a shift away from owning a physical copy of a song or a movie or television show as those would follow the same path if you could get a digital version and it was a good enough digital version of whatever it was you wanted there wasn't much call for buying something that would take up physical space there are still people who preferred having a physical copy in there still are today there are people who would much prefer to go out and get physical copies of movies largely because it's a good way to guarantee you're getting the best eight experience for your money and that things like a a Blu ray desk like as though you're going to get a four K. ultra high definition desk and out you want to watch it on a four K. television you're probably going to have a better experience than watching a digital version that's gone through compression and decompression if that's so might be really good it might be better than high definition but it's probably not going to measure up to the physical copy so there's some people who still demand that they also might want things like the cover art or liner notes or special features or they may just want something physical to relate to with the music or movies or television that they enjoyed they might have sort of a psychological attachment to that and then there's the audio file community they were largely against digital files and general compression in particular and really lossy formats they hated that idea because they were very passionate in arguing that that approach was decreasing the actual quality of the music itself now generally speaking you could tell the difference between a good analog recording played on a decent stereo system and a digital file of the same piece of music played on a comparable some system specifically a compressed digital file the more extreme the compression the easier it was to tell the difference between the two and so there was a community of audio files to protest and how the compressed format was ruining the beauty of the experience of listening to music but for many people including myself the convenience factor mattered waiting more than the quality of the music well the difference might be noticeable between the perfect sound system and a portable MP three player most people just want to be able to hear the songs they liked in an easy to carry format then as long as the compression wasn't really ruining the song it was fine you know I might not be the best quality you might not get the the levels of bass or trouble that you would get with a really good stereo system but if the song sounds like a song in general then that was good enough meanwhile things would get worse for audiophiles because of a trend in music that was being affected by compression a different type of compression on my music forums we're starting to a wrapped around the same time period with conversations about music being louder than it had been before that the actual recordings being pressed to CD we're at a volume greater than previous generations of music so if you put a CD and then you set the volume on your CD player at let's say five out of ten and you're playing a a a C. D. of older music then it might be a comfortable listening experience but then you put in a more recent album and it would certainly be too loud to listen to you would have to adjust the volume.
"four k" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"With some incredibly important aspects of our lives things that affect us day to day affect other people, thousands or millions of people everyday political matters are often emotionally charged, and there's rhetoric on all sides of issues. It doesn't matter if you identify yourself as being conservative or liberal, or whatever there's rhetoric on every side, people get passionate using critical thinking is important, not just as in an effort to try and pick apart, the arguments that you don't agree with philosophically, but also to make certain that those who claim to align themselves with your own worldview. Actually do align themselves to your worldview. So let's say I get a message from a politician saying I should vote for her because she believes the same things, I believe, and I might go and look at this politicians voting record to check and see if that's actually true. And I might discover that, while the candidate aligns herself with a particular party one that I defy with, when it comes to voting their point of view in my point of view may not be aligned at all. Well, that would be me using critical thinking saying just because she says that she holds the same beliefs. I do doesn't necessarily mean that's the case. I should really look into this further or to bring it back around to technology. I might hear claims about a company saying that they have a particularly really, awesome cable and deliver superior performance to any other cable. Let's say it's an HD HDMI cable and to evaluate that claim I might look at some other information. Such as what are the limits of the pieces of tech, the cable will connect like a set top box in a television. Let's say that I've got my own setup at home, and I've got a particular kind of set top box and a particular kind of TV at home, and they have limits of the themselves, right? They, they are not able to accept all forms of media at all forms of resolution. They have a limit. Let's say that I've got and HDTV not a four K K or anything like that. Just an HDTV no matter how good a cable is. It's not gonna make my HDTV show. Video at four k resolution that's impossible. The television cannot do that. Now, there are companies out there that sell the idea of a superior experience. They're going to say this cable is going to provide a superior experience to any other cable. They don't actually have to deliver this promise. They don't have to deliver that. Experience or, or maybe the experience they promise is beyond the ability for humans to perceive. There's no way for you to actually tell if that experience is what they say, is because you can't discern the difference between that and the next step down, because it's beyond our ability to proceed that resolution. But that's not what's important to the company that's making the product. They're selling an idea. The idea is what you are buying. So the reason I wanted to dedicate an episode to this topic is that I see a lot of misinformation out there and I fall in for some of it. I'm a human being. I make mistakes, but I try to apply critical thinking so that I am void those situations as frequently as I can knowing that I'm not always going to succeed, but always trying to I think it's an important practice. If you practice good critical thinking you might find yourself saving money because you're not following.