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"galster" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"galster" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Welcome back to fast. We've got earnings alert. Until the shares of the chipmaker moving lower back results a conference call is underway. Let's get straight to josh. Lipton it with the details. Josh so melissa remember heading into this report until was up about ten percent this year but it was also down about twenty percent from that fifty two week back in april as you mentioned in the after hours giving up some more ground years for their poor beats on the bottom and the top you saw gross margins clock in at fifty nine point two percent. I did catch up with that. Bryce over wedbush. He says the report is a mixed bag. In his opinion it was a good cue to report. He says but gross margin guidance there q. Three and q four is disappointing and matt is going to be some debate about that. Bulls are going to say management is just being too conservative here but bears. He says they're going to counter. The pc cycle could be turning co pat. Gelsinger is on the call right. Now he says intel's uniquely positioned to capitalize when the early innings. He says if sustained growth across this industry and intel is going to deliver the kind of leadership products that customers look for every category. Seven nanometer is progressing very well. He's referring there to the latest and greatest chips as for segments. He saw we. We see sustained straighten. Pc market data center strong as well. But that's strong. Demanding says is pressuring supply chain. Shortages will continue. He says it could take one to two years before industry can completely meet demand back to you all right. Josh thanks. josh lipton intel shares. There at the after session lows practically down by three percent or so a guy down you. How do you interpret that guidance. I mean the the back. Half i guess is in the eye of the beholder i look at it and say they beat this quarter basically by twenty one cents and they guided hire full year by twenty cents on the streets saying wait a second. You look like you're guiding higher. But you're not really it's not it's not nearly as commensurate as it should be given what they're seeing this quarter. I would say data center a lot better operating margins north of thirty one and a half percent a lot better. There's a lot to like here not on least of which is evaluation. But there's really no growth. That are people getting excited about. I don't think you're gonna get hurt at fifty four dollars. This is the level that it broke out from if you recall back in january. But they're better places to be and we've said that for a while i mean i think. Amd and earnings next week sets up a lot better than intel right here at fifty four and a half. I mean data center be consensus by a little bit more than half a billion dollars. So that was that was quite a beat. Their tim But in terms of the guy. I mean is it too early to cast judgment on pat. Gal galster the new ceo. No i i think we know what pat gelsinger can do. He's been there before he's all about innovation he's already said i'm gonna spend twenty to twenty two billion dollars next year. We know that they're going hard at work. This global foundries steel no comment. But i think he's going to be aggressive In maybe moving things faster than people expect. I think the issue is. You can't turn this business around after three or four years of under investing in it overnight so The pop that came from this gelsinger takes over. A man's certainly been in the dna in the fiber of the company known for innovation. Comes back on board. It's gonna take some time. The foundries seven nanometer updates are great. But it's you know what i heard out of. This tape was really more. The company talking more about dynamics in and addressable market and what's going on overall for the industry to get back to some of the supply chain dynamics that he wants to so. I don't love the outlook. Because i don't think you could have expected a lot here. I think the stock is very cheap. And that's what you're excited about right for more reaction to intel's earnings. Let's bring in. Jared weisfeld tech sector specialists at jeffrey's jerry. Great to have you with us would have been too much to expect. Raised back half of the year guidance. By more than what they already beat given pat. Gallagher's been on the job for a matter of months. I think that's a great point and it's exactly what guy was talking about. If you sort of look at the full your ratings. They raised by about twenty cents but it's very misleading under the service. Because if you actually look for q three to four percent tax rate so it's actually a very low quality underneath the surface because they're benefiting from a very low tax rate which is artificially boosting your. Eps number you know that's something that ibm investors can remember all too well but i think the bigger problem here and why shares are down is. It's all about the second half per smart trajectory where the implied q. fortress margins really down or. They're missing the street by about two hundred basis points so we're starting to your at fifty nine percent and exiting the year closer to fifty three percent. Investors are all already worried about increments competition from. Amd this is only gonna feed into that narrative pretty significant way. So what does that mean. What a what do you glean from this quarter in terms of what this means for competitors you do you see that intel it remains weak and competitors are still eating their lunch. Unfortunately it's just more questions than answers because the narrative is going to be. How do we should we think about pricing. Amd has an incredibly competitive product especially on the.
"galster" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
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"galster" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not?cias para Podcasters
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"galster" Discussed on Bunker Brothers
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"galster" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"It was sort of that time when you had to wait for the next one to come out. He you know I hadn't had that experience dance for a long time or maybe with rating so with the Harry Potter one. My husband used to joke. Oh Yeah you'll be lining up at the bookstore with all the kids in the types and it was so that one actually got me back into the joy of waiting for the next one to come out you know being so involved in those characters and these days. I actually seem to read more one offs but I do like that I LIKE FIT TV series. Paul Dak so I should try the books of their also people have been recommending to made the Atlanta series of books which I haven't Bridget either but in terms of series of the ones of thinking I should delve into also people even without having exactly a plea series people off Discovering Northern they like to read everything by that all the heavy survivor authors like that that you apart from. JK rollings that she liked to everything they right. Yeah there's a English Author Code Hilary Mantel at Hillary. Sorry sorry is a ruin probably not but also Michelle Love Rick One of his echoed the book of Human Skin and then I was Like kept divided in head to go back and find all of her other ones She is things called the flooding room. She writes a lot about Venus. Its historical And I really love those. They're sort of the very poetic descriptions but strong poetic distruptions just really Lee surprising and Great characters too so so Michelle. lovric is is one that what what Sixteen seventeen in hundreds that kind of thing. Yeah Yeah it's amazing. How many good writers there are around? You know even be joined this podcast for two years and I'd say probably probably at least sixty percent of the people we have on our historical fiction writer suspect. Nobody's mentioned her nine to me before and she sounds as if she'd be really good but but there's lots of undiscovered treasures. There isn't there. Yes that's right. Yes I chanced upon him by winning that book at a rifle so are you know. It's just those things and then yeah and then I really Seek thematically published. Now yeah been fantastic now Coming around with starting to come to the end of that time to gate aside just taking a look back over your right and Korea at the stage if you join the driver ever again. Is there anything that you would change. And if so what would that Bay Probably not in terms of my life experiences. It says because I think it was great that you know I really enjoyed my science career. I really enjoyed Trying out and just adding all these different things to your life experienced experienced before you Before you go to right because it's kind of like it's an outpouring of stuff that you've cumulated in your life life experience that comes out on the page The only thing the major thanks for perhaps other writers that I've learned was Just the the process of trying to get published The first time I tried to do that with my facebook it took me about three years of individually trying pushing rushing match and I learned a lot about going the right way I did things the wrong way and I learned more about how I should have done it when I did. It should get my fist published. So there's all that learning but you can't help it you know that's that's all part of life and The things that you pick up along the way he and yeah but now so there's nothing really that I would change Don't think who you published with now Ellen Unwin Albright Year through a well known Australian. Yes usually well. Nine galster nation frightening them both in Australia and New Zealand Eland So this great teams that helping me the so. What is next for Stephanie? The writer I know you've mentioned you're going on a book tour to Australia and Favorite Tennis Bat way obey in that show. This will be being published. Probably late late January sleeper. So what what are some of your dates. The guy going to Melvin In full let's face it off. Then I'm going through to sort of one bowl along the coast In through to Adelaide eight Canberra and Sydney around the Sydney area in Huxley up the Coast Towards Brisbane bit is well. So slow that's Yes that some of the major ones ED lighters Canberra's A few days off the bat and Sydney around the weekend of the fifteenth of but all that should be on my website soon great it and what about works in progress. Have you got anything else. That you've got on your track riders Yes yes sows in speaking about that series I'm yeah it's another one that is connected to these other two so in the face novel. The same scene starts with my heroin has to give up a trial to go on on this boy. She's an illegitimate Mother and she's he's being abandoned by her family and Her choice is to give up a child in disguise himself as a man in flee the roth of his family And in the third book I'm writing the story of the boy so this child that she gave up So it's it's what happens to him ultimately and how he reconnects with his mellow yeah so intensive series. It's great right to keep some of those characters going in. Yeah they feed into each of the books even if the standalone stories they fantastic and how much of that one is is historically accurate. It's based at the time when Napoleon's rain is ending so it's A A character. The boy is is growing up when you fist made him and he's a storyteller and he's traveling storyteller and he's being moving through. These areas added a French owned the moment. Because Napoleon's empire is there but the empire is crumbling in having to get out because The Russians impressions a stunning to reclaim the areas of their own side. That's bets the sort of true facts of the time that happening. And then my characters rule made up within that But the true Deitz and those sorts of things of what battles were happening and Things with changing will will be historically accurate. Fantastic of itself would be great. Wayne will that be well. US S. finished the first draft so still got a few more drafts to go before I feel I can even show it's or anyone. I'm hyphen hyping. Hyping another couple of years and should be out on the show. Let's hope let me Stephanie. Now do you like into action with fuel readers and end up assumed that if you do a path from these two would be online. 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"galster" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters
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"galster" Discussed on Together Podcast | A conversation about faith, justice and how to change the world
"Nine here to find commit to that country to to to find galster to sleep with your hand. My role was to try and reduce that age to find if there was a third party responsible for that individual sale or his exploitation and control. Who is that the circumstances that going on here. This is no way you're eighteen fine. How is life lead you to being here and if there was some responsible for them we had a case and then we would investigate that case in trying to see justice done yeah. Wow oh really colorful in terms like you say you're younger heard took by planting the seed we there's a lot of first time for you ever for justice more widely than your media like your immediate. Surroundings were internationally yeah yeah spo- inside the temptation is to look actually internationally think this is something that goes on in africa and this is something goes on india and certainly never associated with the caribbean yeah but of course you know in the police. I came across issues a human trafficking. I think we're becoming more conscious of human trafficking within our borders domestically and what that looks like but yeah. This is the first time i suppose i thought i could actually influence something overseas. I could actually contribute something overseas. I can take my languish experience and employees in another culture in another country. I was really interested in as well as i guess you had to you at the university acidy here. I is that false ahead laughing studied burzaco. A hebrew school is complete yeah university of disneyland. I got a go to combined on it. Took this literally the most savage degree the life. I've go to to to in a combined on his bachelor's degree in drama and theatre studies on sport and exercise science that i mean i guess that's the thing that everyone leave school. Where but i got one question question by. Everyone kind of has this vision right. Go get my lawsuit ago. Go be part of the part of the rat race right in the interesting view.
"galster" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Really. We're going to have to. We're going to bring them. In other polls. If you keep doing I I, live. I love the push poll of my sacrimento relationship. Okay. So he's a computer store owner. He picks up what he thinks is just like road hazard is the word. That's written right here. That I use all the time in the parts road hazard, George. How many rows road hazards, okay? In the parking lot outside a store, but it's actually a nail in splinter loaded Bonn, and Hugh, Hugh Scrutton is killed fuck that. A similar attack against another computer store, happens in Salt Lake City, two years later on February twentieth nineteen eighty-seven the bomb disguises a piece of lumber, and it injures Gary Wright and other computer store owner, and the blast severs and nerves in his left arm and more than two hundred pieces of shrapnel. But end up in his body, yet and also like these are computer store owner, like he's not sending anything to the was, or anybody in San Jose. Just like this guy is just like I wanna work with what I love. I just love. PC's. Yeah. They're the wave of the future everyone, what's this road hazard? Sucks. So then a woman recalls that before the attacks, she'd noticed a man by the scene wearing a hooded sweatshirt and aviator sunglasses leaving a bag behind the store. She's the first eyewitness account of the elusive Yuna bomber and helps create the now famous sketch of him. Do you remember seeing this short nineteen eighty seven? Finding remember seeing it up in near you. Guess kinda absolutely remember, remember saying it was on the news a lot. But also, I also thought it was opposed to for the movie the fly because where did he get sunglasses that huge you can only get today in a dumb store on Melrose in Los Angeles? Well, so there's so much controversy surrounding this photo, including the fact that the person that she saw wasn't him which is why it doesn't look anything like him or. Super cool. Yeah. She just yes, she saw that guy. But that's not she couldn't get him out of her mind. Right. But also that she said, when, when they sketched it, she's like that's not what he looks like. And so there's controversy and conspiracy that the FBI I didn't wanna catch him. And so they didn't put out a sketch that looks like him and because of kale Tra because I'm k- ultra goodbye. So. Then because he goes dark for six years, and doesn't reemerge until nineteen Ninety-three when he sends two more bombs that are set off in injures their victim intended victims. One is Charles Epstein geneticist. Right. Maybe. UC San Francisco. He loses a couple of fingers. The other is David gallop Galster. He's a computer scientist at Yale, he loses his right hand and suffered severe burns and shrapnel wounds and the bomb when the bomb explodes in his fucking hands. Okay. On December tenth nineteen ninety four New York City advertising, executive Thomas Mosser is killed when he opens a package that's posted to his home in Caldwell, New Jersey. So it's a second murder months later because key mails a letter from San Francisco to the New York Times and takes responsibility for the bomb. He claims that Mosser was targeted for his public relations firms, work for Exxon Corporation, the company, whose tanker the vol Dez spilled oil in Alaska's Prince William Sound. So he sends the bomb to the public relations firm, yet have got an anyone. I'm not publicised. Seriously? Take him down. One. One man you go to work all you want to do is go home and have glasses Chablis as I've said previously pet your cat. Okay. Release statements for your client. No, no. On April twenty fourth nineteen ninety five timber industry, lobbyist Gilbert, be Murray is killed when a package explodes at his Sacramento office and the Packers the package is actually addressed to the person that Murray had recently replaced as the president of the California Forestry Association. So two months later on June twenty-fourth, Ted mail. Several hours from San Francisco to media outlets and demands that his thirty five thousand word essay member, we just did that. Yeah. A piece titled the industrial society and its future which was originally of our book. Gotta change it. He says he wants his thirty five thousand fucking word manifesto to be printed for Begum by a major newspaper. He would keep sending bombs. So after debating, the wisdom of giving terrorists such a fuck and platform FBI director Louis fray, free and Attorney General Janet Reno your favorite, your favorite Reno. My personal style. Guru? They authorize its publication because they said that maybe you could help lead to the bombers identification, so they fuck and put the on September nineteenth nineteen ninety-five is poor people are like in Washington Post. What's happening in the news today and the New York Times published the Unabomber's manifesto it rails against the industrial revolution and the evils of modern technology. It's like you're fucking ninety five years, too late ready, bro. Although I wonder if we all sat down and read it right now be like he was gonna write. I'll have. It's all happening you to the math. No, wait calculator. The math. Okay. That, that the okay, so then, so after publishing a woman named Linda Patrick is casually reading the manifesto in the paper as you do breakfast. You skim a manifesto before sure before work. She recognizes the language as to be similar to the language in letters that her husband David receives from his estranged older brother, Ted. She's like that sounds like his insane rantings at he always fucking sense to his Christmas letter. Right. Hey hitting every year, we don't care what you did in that cabin. We're not putting you in the newsletter. Months. So she's like David Honey, this is your brother's shit. You should at least like tell the FBI and David's like, no, no, no, no, no. It can't be can't be Lalla fingers in his ears. But on in February nineteen Ninety-six. Okay. Comes forward provides a writing sample of Ted's to the FBI wants to be kept anonymous, but it's leak to is so on April. Third nineteen Ninety-six. They finally able to connect the two and arrest. Ted Kaczynski near Lincoln Montana, at his creepy place residents. Hi kevin. Thank you. They find a wealth of incriminating evidence inside his tiny cabin, including another bomb bomb, making components and the original manuscripts of the manifesto, which is like that he hand wrote lovingly. With his Lisa. Frank penn? People start to their as Kaczynski's also the zodiac killer. But it's discounted when the MOS don't match up, but I'm like, sometimes ozone match up for reasons. Sometimes they like to throw you off the trail. Let's check the DNA. What does that work out age by probably none of it works out like he started zodiac when he was around. Fourteen leave everything else, very young. I want it to be true. Yeah. So therefore, okay. So he's indicted on ten counts of illegally transporting mailing and using bombs and three counts of murder in late ninety seven he's put on trial in federal court and Sacramento, but the case never moves forward because he gets locked up in all these procedural battles with the lawyers, and prosecutors, and the judge because of course, he hates them all. And thinks he's smarter than all of them, and they can all go fuck off in his fucking mind. He is a net can. He asked to represent himself, blah, blah, blah psychiatric evaluation ordered by the court diagnosis him as a paranoid, schizophrenic, his lawyers later tribute his hostility towards mind. Control techniques and his participation in the study that he had done that adds. He doesn't wanna plead insanity. So to avoid along trial and the death penalty. He pleads guilty to all charges on January twenty seven twenty second nineteen ninety eight and he receives eight life sentences without the possibility of parole. And he sent to a supermax prison in Colorado. His cabin is seized by the US government when it's put up for auction and it's now on display at the news. Newsome. The Newseum Newseum. Sound in that one out. That was someone's last name new Siham washing juicy the Newseum museum. I wonder what that is in Washington DC. So he's now seventy seven. He is still a prolific writer and corresponds in longhand with hundreds of people. He still produces essays books in two thousand twelve he responds to the Harvard alumni association. Directory enquiry for the fiftieth reunion of the class of nineteen sixty two that my jacket, Liz, I'm ready to come and visit you listed occupation as prisoner and his eight life sentences as a wards..
"galster" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"On Mets down in Miami this weekend. Need some wins after the last couple of days in Washington and the healthy bodies as well? Steve Geller joins us as he does on a regular basis assist get right to it. I mean we all assume that Conforto headed to the I L here that did not look good. And it sounds like Carlos Gomez is coming up. First of all, Conforto Stevie what was the read after the game? I just, you know, when you see him and having to hold them up it certainly doesn't look good. Yeah. No, it didn't look good. And I don't think anybody was really surprised when they said he'd been diagnostic catching, it kind of looked that way, when someone just all of a sudden falls straight straight into the ground like he did it pretty much was, I think, for most of our end that was probably going to be the diagnosis. And you know what can, you know, really that you never know. And so I think the Mets would be obviously hoping that it's a seven day concuss not alley can be back after that. But his one of those things that you just have absolutely no idea. We come out of it so he went up to New York for reevaluation after the game yesterday. And I guess we're gonna have to wait and see. But this one, no losing drop in two or three to the nationals understanding going down to to the Marlins in he'll what this Sears represents if this team loses another series. Is this potentially be the end of Mickey Callaway? It's a good question. Certainly when he has that meeting with Jeff wilpon, Brody bandwagon, and that becomes public. You know it the first warning shot, I would say, never buddy right now is claiming that his job in an imminent danger, and I'm not sure that it necessarily is we've heard we've heard that a lot of the last couple of days in this town. That is true. Yeah, I think it is one of these things where these next ten days are critical just as he's last six, seven were critical. Your plan the softer part of your schedule here. You got to beat the Marlins. There's no doubt about it. Especially with the pitcher's throwing in this series. Then you've got four very important games against the nationals before playing the Tigers. And after that the schedule gets very very difficult again. So, you know, if they don't make some hay here in the next ten days, and if, again, one of the big things is this division, if this division, kind of starts to run away from them right now they've been lucky that everybody's kind of been underperforming, but this vision starts to get away from them. I would not be surprised if a move was made. But, you know, it's, it's one of these things that I think we're just gonna need to keep talking about reevaluate on day to day basis, because it's really all about what happens here. I would think the next seven to ten days, kind of continuing on to that, you'll it seems like we don't really know who to blame. In this town. At least we talked to most of the fans because. A lot of people wouldn't give a ringing endorsement to Mickey Callaway. But when you look at some of the moves that brody's made in jail our not having another setback. Not getting back on on the field. Canot struggling Rommel's, how much of this drug stand in how much of that is on Brody opposed to Mickey Callaway? Yeah. I think you'd have to say that right now the early returns have not been good on the moves that wrote him wagons made. It's a simple as that. So, you know, Mickey Callaway can only do so much that being said, you know, this part doesn't always matter. Right. I mean, if things aren't getting done to change needs to be made then generally, it's the managers had on the block. So, yeah, I think there's to go around these Rosser decisions have just, again, not worked out. I think the only one that really stands out as having been a big pod. Probably Edwin as even though he hasn't been exactly what the Mets thought that he would be after. Last season. But no doubt the canot underperformance has been a big issue for the team and Wilson most behind the plate despite what Mickey Callaway wants to say about the winning percentage within by the plate. He has been, you know, a negative vote catching and offensively on the metro expecting a whole lot more from him. So it has not been a good early report card bandwagon. But again, it may not matter Steve Galster s and why it's like depth was, you know, the strategy this off season, you know, making the B team if you will the one team stronger so that maybe you could absorb some injuries, but see, I don't know if the Mets actually have the depth to fill in for Conforto. Listen. I actually do think that they had the right idea and they did a good job. They have significantly more depth. No doubt about it than they've had in the last few years. The question is that they have the right debt. You know. So I think everybody had questions about the key Brockton lagaras, redundancy, their and that's part of what you're seeing Brockton. He's not necessarily wrong when he talked about his playing time now he hasn't done anything to really warrant increased playing time, but it's a very difficult decision. When you've got two players that are almost exactly the same lagaras, Braxton to figure out how to get both of those guys into the game. So that that's specific. Move wasn't necessarily the right debt. You know, as for filling in for Conforto, nobody really could. But to have a guy like Carlos Gomez being able to come up to have a Roger David down there, at least to have some major league players guys have major league history coming up to fill those spots. But the fact of the matter is that. No matter what team, it is. If you're gonna lose arguably your, most important hitter your most important player for a stretch of time. You're never going to replicate that production. Steve. I'm curious about how the Mets are using a little more analytics this year we obviously know Adam Guttridge was hired and the analytics department got expanded, but like decisions, for example, like pitching funt against the nationals as opposed to the Marlins, or for example, having pita Lonzo take a seat against the nationals. When you have the Marlins coming up like who who's, where are these decisions being made, who do we point to this analytics, this Mickey what's happening? I think it's a collaboration. And it's nothing that is so significantly different than you see elsewhere around the league. There's no doubt that managers, simply, don't make the lineups by themselves anymore. It doesn't have. You don't see it anywhere. So, yes, Adam got rid is involved road, even wagons involved, the analytic departments involved. And when it comes to the Wilmer font decision, which I think everybody is right to question. The one thing that Calloway. That yesterday is bay had done some, you know, research and saw that pond. His better when he is pitching on regular rest. Now, the question that a lot of people could rightly ask, you know, who really cares? Follow up, Steve. This is one of the best of the visit. That's the thing is, is will refund on regular rest is not necessarily what you should be worried about at this point in time, especially with a guy that is not going to be significant part of this rotations plans, and may not even make the next start. So, you know, in cases like that, sometimes, again, it's not just the message that's the way it goes across the league. Sometimes analytics can can't force teams to over think the sessions that baby should be a little more obvious. If you just take everything out of the equation, Steve Gibson with us. Is he joins us in a rare regular basis? Steve, what's know downplayed it but what you read on macneil and the injury? No, I actually do think that that's going to be okay. He'll punch of sports hernia surgery itself. He's got so scar tissue in that lower dominant area. It's something that McNeill said he'd actually had happened already one time this year where he just took a day off, and it was good to go this hidden something that, that she seems concerned about in any way. And he's a pretty genuine guy. He's concerned about something generally, we would know it. So I wouldn't be surprised if he's not in the lineup today he takes today off and gets right? But I think when it comes to the he'll be fine back to Braxton for a second. I hit to put it this way. But Conforto injury almost save him a little bit more time here in the big leagues. Maybe I think especially given the way that his post game press conference, went yesterday, scrums thinking they're skiing. Listen, I know you touched on it ready. But when you're not going well and you strike out to end the game. You can't start talking about playing time. No, you can't. You can't it was not a good luck. The optics of it were were bad again. Like I said earlier, just in a vacuum, you understand his point a little bit. But you can't make it in that setting. It's clear, the Brockton is frustrated. It's clear that the don't really have a, a plan about what the do with him or or how to get him going. So, yeah, I think that he's a guy that probably would have been on the chopping block. As soon as today if not for the Conforto injury, it's still by the way, wouldn't stunned me if after yesterday they just decided to, to make the move, but, but right now I think there's at least the chance that he's still sticking around for a little bit just based on the. Fact that they need the body. Now this has been a real, pick me up. Is there playing the Marlins? Yeah. That's awful and pick me up. What are you a Cleveland guy? Coconut grove where you had to shave. I can't really tell you that. What will try to keep the hordes away? I got some suggestions for you. Steve bardo. He says always against the road team if it's a one o'clock game in Miami. Steve Geller, we'll talk soon. But, you know, the next time I go, I, I need to get those suggestions. I wasn't your watch parts of you're going to throw out of there, because you got a couple of good ones that could've applied, always do the right thing, the wrong thing, the right way. Yup. Let's true. That's a good one. That's a very good one. That's like Lawrence to live by they really as you go out there. I'll get you a drop top man that nice little tiny ball, head a hundred degrees up there just signing the head man reflecting on how bright joy star out there Miami. Gotcha. Does kind of sound. So what do you say like dropped up? And it sounds to me like be one of those guys with that umbrella hat. Good luck. Size eight and a quarter. That's always right up there with the poncho. When I see people wearing a poncho. I'm like, just get wet actually. What were you asking Rutgers go to Miami? Now. We don't that'd be so you go down there. I have a boy dropped off for Ari. You pull up debut look like where you going Carlin. Don't worry about. The crest gate. We used to that was when I thought I thought I was going to we went went there. Twice one was in a pouring rainstorm at the old Orange Bowl and the other time was doing sideline. And I thought, Sean Taylor was gonna kill me running at me. And he's got the visor kissy is, is it looked like he was coming, right? Out of the matrix, Carlin shows up Cuban Linx turnover chain. Kim. For you. Lou in Verona on the fan. What's going on? Hey, how you doing? Oh, really? Yeah. What's up loop? Just two points. The first point I wanna tell you guys, you are good. All right. We appreciate that. And I might be overstating. I don't want to talk about this particular point. But Maggie I think you'd probably doing something groundbreaking here. Your ability to listen to thank you. I appreciate that. All right. Let's not get. Lose right. I would think you talked about our show, and then I thought and I don't know. Do you think it might be something to do with the Yankee something they're doing whether they're, it's the emotional support, psychological support and builds nature? Something cashman..
"galster" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"Her deep experiences. Have also added where many hats and observe security to arrange of different perspectives that last part was a little bit of much. Who you're watching the life ITO? Visual. On the bottle. I'm even more fan. Now when do welcome to beers with Talos, and I would like to give you the opportunity to to present an open roundtable topic today. Hey. How to fall I'm really don't. But I will say one thing I recommend. I just found the south today if you Google fans and you on can't Google and you pull up on the right hand side. There's like the Google entry for animals, and there's a gauntlet there. If you click on the gauntlet, just watch what happens is really cool. Oh, speaking of Easter eggs. Okay. Nice least rag. I'm so psyched for endgame. Tickets for Monday night. Yes. In and our in our Talos channel early this mall in just with people to go to do it pretty cool job. But the topic. I wanted to bring up was when when Mitch asked me to supply something was security surprises because I had the opportunity to go back to my roots in state government this week at a security conference here in in Texas and meet some of my old colleagues. And I was reminded of the things you find out when you're doing security in an organization like, you know, not just a production server running under somebody's desk, which everybody is found at one time or another. But there was the time that so we we'd been to Galveston backup tapes were really longtime for years, and my deputy who is a very very thorough person decided to go one day and read the instructions on. The Galster and he came back, and he said, you know, I've just discovered that this. The gals are actually doesn't work on tapes. Oh my God. What have we been doing all this time? Luckily, you had several blocks of C four. Yeah. Years later. You don't know where half your backup tapes Aren you soon that they were all fine. You know, you gals them anew threw them away. Who who you know, just read the instructions, that's all I can say on time to go dumpster diving for backup tapes far to you. Right. And then dumpster diving into read them. Yeah. Exactly. How many experts? Do. We still have out there. This would be really good to know. But another friend told me about the time when he found he discovered two acres worth of data centers that they didn't even know they had like run. In their how how does this happen? This is what happens when you outsource and nobody has read the contract in years. New outsource the running of this to some other company and yet Guinea go back and read the instructions or read the contract. They're like, okay. We have this company that's running something. Forced does anybody know where it is? Oh, it's at this address. Let's drive over there. I'll be damned. There are two acres worth of data center that we didn't know about. I wanna know how the accounting team lost track of data center. Yeah. And I knew that application was running weird. Now, we know. Four hundred data centers, several more tell you. That exactly that kind of thing happens because people go. Yeah, we need mocked Paseo. We have new thing that we need to be Ronin. Let's do that. And then nothing ever gets switched off. They just added more adding more than your ding or a nothing gets recycled nothing gets tuned off, a no. And everybody's scared to death to turn off because they don't always going to. I don't know what it does poor change management. So. No, it's not. I don't understand how you lose track of that much. But so you've you've come into Cisco. Now as part of duo security duo is focused very much on zero trust multi factor. These things that we know do for. So I wanted to kind of give you an opportunity here at the front to kind of go through some of your experience a little bit and give us the five. Ten minute elevator pitch on wise zero. Trust is important. How you know solution similar to.
"galster" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What can the gophers do Doug? To train to change the trajectory in this game. I think they need to find a way to be more athletic use their athletic advantages. Simpson comes off a ball game. Why not get out of his hand? The push that temple spread that the court out. Daniel. And Jordan Murphy. They always have two guys in the paint offensively. I love Michigan really clog up the lane for any other sort of driving Ingles, especially Amir Coffey. Looking to get into the paint off that drive Michigan with the basketball to start the second Abbas data's drives on the left side of the lane. He's gonna back at it. With a lot of dribbling gets the shot up off the iron. It goes too hard off the he'll comes down to Jordan Murphy. But he lost the rebound on the way out a quick poke check, the steel hockey turned from John testy sends it out of bounds and Michigan will trigger it in left basket. Hey, he poked the ball right out of Jordan, Murphy hands. He is always acted. What's interesting is the almost never gets called for Phalle on those little testy pops to the corner to receive the inbound from Simpson Simpson comes for the handout reverses back. The other way to Jordan, Hulu comes off the curl on the baseline pool. The test on the picket role tried to bounce it to bras data's was cutting in from the week corner. But he couldn't get it out of his pocket and travel shot at yet. Layup. Beautiful screen roll Brennan the screen role to the baseline side. So the middle side yet layup instead he tried to film. It's too unselfish. I possession for the gophers to start the second half. They finished the first half on a drought that saw them fall behind by the current nineteen. Jordan murphy. Moves it on the right side. The Gabe Kausar deliberate first offense upset screen and roll coffee. Back to Murphy. Murphy puts it on the floor against bras data's back out the Kausar at Murphy traveled before he found. Gabe, gals Galster on the wing. Still a lot of driving to darkness for Minnesota bodies in front of a guy. Who knows he's talking about basketball? You know, you can drive into darkness, bypassing the light. But you really want to get that ball moving to drive in the light Charles Mathews off the screen. Roll the test dives to the hoop Simpson. It opened on the left side. Has he missed a three in the big ten tournament maybe one, but he's been very confident shooting. And like you said he always shoots off the past the Michigan lead up to twenty two we missed one earlier today and didn't look great shooting it. But both of these shoddy feet set in ranging rhythm. Download it goes to Jordan Murphy, overpowering thinks that dive it's right to the rim and goes up through bras Davis and puts it in to end the Michigan run forty one Twenty-one the wolverines with the lead. Michigan place catch on the perimeter guys cutting through the middle. Cool cuts to the top uses a stream and a whistle. And a foul going to be called on Gabe Kausar who's trying to keep up with them. Having to go around the testy screen almost twice once chasing is man. And then after pool catches the ball turns back against the grain to use it again. Michigan triggered in on the inbounds..
"galster" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Resistant, depression, it is called spur. Vodka and contains a chemical cousin of the party drug known as ketamine and Columbia University psychiatry, professor doctor John man, says the new drug works. It's fast acting, but it does have side effects people use it have used ketamine and other forms, Patty drug. I'm so you feel a bit unreal. The world around you feel. It's a bit. Unreal. Things may seem a little distorted may become a little paranoid. It works by restoring brain cells in patients with depression. But because in high doses it can cause the same effects as the party drug ketamine. It cannot be self administered Johnson and Johnson says patients will take the drug only under supervision. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah Galster accused Senator Jeff crews of sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation and found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollar settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working in the capital. Bradford ABC news, Portland. Oregon a workplace safety expert says there is no. No doubt that businesses need to make active shooter plans. Brian hammer chairs the American society of safety professionals technical report committee says people don't realize how fast the number of workplace shootings is growling according to FBI statistics from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen we've had a fifty percent increase over that time period. And more importantly, the number of deaths is actually three times the previous hot hammer says companies need to develop active shooter response plans by assessing their risks..
"galster" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Counts related to special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders, telling reporters outside of the White House this morning. It has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the White House the charges include witness, tampering obstruction and lying to investigators say B C's Aaron Katersky. His attorney said Roger stone will fight the charges brought by special counsel. Robert Muller defense, attorney grant Smith told ABC news the charges amount to a clear attempt at silencing. Roger stone was arrested before dawn at his home in Fort Lauderdale, then accused of lying about us communications with WikiLeaks. The organization that released stolen democratic emails during the presidential campaign. Storm makes his first court appearance later this morning in Florida. Also later today, former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort appears in Washington DC courtroom on allegations of lying. Investigators. The two are among six Trump associates indicted in the Muller probe. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Support staff with Vancouver public schools will not be going on strike. The district says it reached a tentative agreement was support staff shortly after midnight this morning. School is resuming as usual police are still searching for a suspect in connection to a fight that led to a shooting in downtown Portland Tuesday afternoon. It happened in Lincolnian alley near the tunnel. Block of south West Broadway. Two people were wounded this win is Tulsky news. She saw it happen. Started drinking wine getting in a fight. You know, he tried to calm the guy down. And next thing. You know, we heard it go I was right there. When I heard the shots. The victims are expected to survive local and county governments in Oregon would face new harassment laws under changes being considered by the Oregon legislature state Senator Sarah, guests gal says there's currently a gap that keeps elected officials and volunteers from being covered by the law that is an unusual relationship between age between power and not power public and not. Public volunteers interns, unpaid people stipend did people Galster says the Bill would establish training and create a way for harassment to be reported that there would also be required. Follow up to make sure the harassment does not continue. And there was not retaliation White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders was reporters this morning about talk of a possible compromise to end the partial government shutdown laid out. Our proposal of not not what we want. It's what the people in the professionals at the border have said that they need in order to do their jobs. We're now in the thirty fifth day of the shutdown..
"galster" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Of Chicago institute of politics and CNN the axe files with your host, David Axelrod. Galster vantage is well known in Chicago in the theater community as the star of Hamilton the Chicago production. He's a brilliant actor and singer and performer, but I also know him in another role, and that's the role of dad to a beautiful young daughter Adelaide who has epilepsy in very very variable inform. I spoke with him about both his career in theater and his family's challenges when we sat down in Chicago last week. Miguel serve anti might my friend. It's good to see you, especially we're recording this early in the morning you probably performing late into the night. Yeah. You know, Wednesdays are the to show days. So Mike, I pack a lot of Hamilton into a Wednesday. And that you know, I mean to ask you about that because there's so much energy in that production and the idea of doing it not just every night but twice in a day seems taxing yet. You know, it's as as I am in my third year of of this rollercoaster here. It's it the the ebbs and flows of how the energy comes and goes is it's it's remarkable. You know in the first year, it was I I was holding on for dear life, just just getting through one show. You know in not to mention to shows today was I could feel how much it takes. And then you know, like anything else you do. Enough times, the your body becomes accustomed. So you know, I have found a rhythm found found a pretty good. Regimen to sort of keep myself in it. But I tell you, you know, Wednesdays after the show, I go home, I feel okay? After the rush of two shows. But then I get home. And it's like a wall falls on top of me. And I fall down realizing that, you know, the the the amount of energy that goes through every single show. I don't think I realize it. But everyone always says to me like how I can't believe you. I can't do that. I said, I don't know. I just get up and go, and that's one of the amazing things about this show is regardless of how I feel or how how what happened last night or any of these things the show starts in just goes, you should sits. It's it's energetic. Let's talk about the journey to. Yeah. Does show. You're you're you're a big ass star here in Chicago now. But before before that you were your classic kind of struggling actor. And it started in Dallas your journey started in Dallas, tell me about tell me about grownup, douse. Tell me about your family yet. I was a second middle middle. Brother of three brothers Martin, my younger brother Miguel Marcos, my older brother, my dad, Marcos, and my mom Mary. So the five ends with M and M's to everyone else around the family of this around his family, and you know, just the the kid always the kid in class that wanted to get before I get to you tell tell me about your folks, you know, my mom and dad were my dad was Mexican a Mexican American is his grandparents came from Mexico as ranchers when when he was I think well before he was born. And my and my mom's family grew up was look located in El Paso, Texas. So Texas folks in they're both in the military. My dad was a marine my mom was in the navy, and they sort of met in New Orleans and got together there, and then sort of relocated to Dallas where my dad's family ended up in all this this clan was there, and that sort of how he grew up surrounded by my dad's family in this huge, huge Hispanic culture that we got to enjoy. You're watching all of this stuff going on relative to immigration and the whole contra tempts between the president and the congress over this. And so, and how do you process that as at Hispanic American how you process it as as a Texan?.
"galster" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Oh my God. It's hilarious. It's hilarious. There's a giant walrus in the net. Played goalie, and as a reward after after he like makes a bunch of saves as a reward the coach throws a fish too from the from the bench into his mouth to feed him. It's really really funny. I also like the gossiping marmots from or is it marmots? Yeah. The gossiping gossiping marmots in the office. Have you seen that one on? Yeah. That's a funny one too. So anyway, but yeah that commercial with the Tabasco commercials a classic with the exploding mosquito. It's a classic. Seven eight area code says, the Catholic church on north avenue was Saint Vincent Ferrari. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. That's it. We ended up not getting married there though. Six three coats says back in the you know, where Heather, and I got married, and we were were you there? Reception. Yes. Yes. I did go to both. Yes. You did. 'cause we're right by we were at the at the church. Remember the name of the church out of the church on the corner of by Belmont Sheffield right near bellmont? Sheffield right there by Wrigley Ville, that's where we got married. Cool church. Let's see six three cuts back in the eighties. When I finally got my driver's license. I would drive from Fullerton California all the way to Russell's to get some of their ribs. And then and then go back home. It's that's see. That's what I'm saying. You live at Fullerton in California, and you go out to to to Thatcher woods ticket some ribs that that's clearly it's good. Paul and Waukesha says the best Honey mustard is from Donald's. I wish I could get it at the store. Yeah. The Honey mustard that you dip your little nuggets in those are actually the Honey mustard at McDonald's is really good. Now, you do you do you? Eat chicken mcnuggets new. I have a four year old. So yes. Do you opt when you do do you opt for the Honey mustard? She likes barbecue sauce. For the barbecue sauce. Right. Yeah. Because barbecue sauce on a four year olds palette? Yeah. That's much better than I gotta try the Honey mustard now, though, it's good. It's real good. It's real good. Seven seven three area code says, seventy eight red ketchup is the best on the market it sold at select jewels and target what restaurant. We I went to a restaurant that had it on the table that had seventy eight. A red catch up on. How man I can't. Remember what it was? But anyway, it's the gets to catch up that they you know, what I think it's the greatest restaurant on the planet. That they bring that out when you order something that you know, that could use catch up. That's the catch up. I believe that George has the greatest from the greatest restaurant on the planet. The Galster, Dan, I believe they use seventy eight red ketchup. Six eight four seven area code says Tabasco makes their own catch up. They do. Wow. Right. Canadian Bill says do you remember when hidden valley came in a package and you had to mix it with sour cream to make the ranch dressing. That was when I when I was younger that was the only way you could get that. They didn't have the bottle ranch dressing. It was in the sixties because they couldn't bottle. It would go bad eventually hidden valley was sold to Clorox and they fix the problem. All right. Yeah. I remember when I was a kid when I was a little kid. They never had bottled ranch dressing. He's right. Canadian Bill is absolutely right. It was all the package powder that you'd have to mix either with buttermilk sour cream or something. That was the only way that you could get ranch dressing. Su said grey Poupon. And no, I'm not joking. Crepe coupon is good. Right. Where did we leave off? I think we're at Massachusetts Massachusetts. Of course is Natasha. Tesla. In michigan. The number one condiment is totally Alfredo and aged parmesan cheese sauce. So Michigan and Indiana. Both have totally Alfredo aged parmesan cheese sauce. See that's why you gotta like our neighbors because that's pretty good. Minnesota nature's way extra virgin coconut oil again. I most confused about that one. I gotta say Mississippi French's, crunchy toppers, crispy jalapenos. Missouri. French is classic yellow mustard. Montana. Skippy super chunky peanut butter. Well, I answered that question is answered now earlier if I said peanut butter was, but they go they first of all the brand has to be skipping. He's gotta be soupy super chunky. Nebraska Saracho chili sauce. Nevada helman's mayonnaise. I would think I don't know why I would think for for Nevada. I would think like hot sauce. I don't know why that would be the first thing that popped into my head would be for Nevada would be a hot sauce. New hampshire. Wishboned bell Sammaka talion vinaigrette. Ooh. Fancy New Hampshire. Yeah. A wishbone bell sound like Italian vinaigrette. New Jersey brutally vodka sauce year. Yeah. Course jersey. New Mexico McCormick, garlic salt. See it's all over the map this stuff. New york. North Carolina Franks red hot original Cayenne pepper sauce. North dakota. Oh, listen, listen to how specific this one is, Dan. People North Dakota helman's carefully crafted dressing and sandwich spread. Carefully. Crafted not only the title, but the mayonnaise. Fred. Helman's carefully crafted dressing and sandwich spread. You know by the time by the time you ask if it's available. The is going to close by the time you get the name of the product out of your mouth. Here's Dave on WGN. Hi, dave. Hey, I was a kid growing up in the sixties and seventies. We we always had Plaquemines mustard out. Yeah. The church shaped like a yellow is a yellow was like a yellow barrel. Yeah. Yellow squeeze bottle, right? And and how about a one steak sauce. I like that on my hamburgers. Yup. Okay. All right. Thanks, dave. Plaquemines is a classic yellow mustard yellow plastic bottle shaped like a barrel. Because you know, when you want mustard you wanted to come from a barrel. That's what you know. You don't wanna play around. What about Heinz fifty seven? We were talking about steaks eight eighty one a Heinz fifty seven obviously has a completely different tastes than than than a one. Hey, do you. Remember the commercial where? The it's an eight one commercial where the guy and this guy who's been he's been in a bunch of movies. I can't remember his name. But he was in. He was in the howling. I remember that specifically because I because I remember when I saw the howling. I was like, hey, the a one steak sauce guys turn it into where wolf that's that's. It's like, oh that's the one steak sauce game. He's turned into a werewolf. I can't remember the actress name, but Dan, th the gist of the commercial was like this guy was like he's got a hamburger in front of him. And he's like, you know, hamburger isn't ground ham. It's ground steak. So you can use a one steak sauce on it. And it was like one of those commercials where it's like, it's okay to use a one steak sauce on a hamburger, not just necessarily on stake. In fact, it's better on the Hamburg, quite frankly, especially for steak is is a good piece of meat. But yeah, it was like it's not ground ham. It's crown steak. So it was like the commercial was the guy from the guy who turned into a werewolf in the howling telling you that. It was okay to put a one steak sauce on your burger that was the commercial. What's the giggling? Silly to stay up on your hand burgers. My.
"galster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right. We're talking about the Baltimore City crime problem. The new Felice Commissioner, whoever that's going to be Jovic euro on the Baltimore City council going down interviewing people, find out more about Joel FitzGerald. And they come back not knowing any more than perhaps, they knew when they went down there because you had a mixed bag of what people thought people in the know what they thought about Joel FitzGerald. We'll talk about that a little bit more to later on this morning. We're gonna talk about John McCain lives on believe it or not. Because now we have a new John McCain. Guess who the new John McCain is he's a Republican? Out of all know, Jeff flake is resigning of retiring. He's out. Mitt Romney Mitt Romney Willard. Mitt Romney is is going to become the new John McCain already slamming the president even before he takes his Senate seat. And we'll be looking at that some of the things he had to say questioning the character of President Trump. And what have you this guy might be worse than John McCain? Who before it's all said and done. Let's go to one of our callers right now Ernest in west Baltimore. Hey Ernest man you live in west Baltimore. Yeah. Yeah. How's it newest Baltimore? All right whereabouts. And was where whereabouts in west Baltimore. No, we're balance, you know, there's a lot. I lived in west Baltimore at one time where do you live in south west Baltimore office phone? Okay. So yeah. But what's going on Ernest in nineteen ninety six to three hundred forty four right? And that was. Nineteen ninety six at that. If anybody could tell me who the police Commissioner west nine hundred ninety six. Was it woods? It was Frazier. Tom rutan razor, okay. Nam Bernie Schmidt. The reason why they in the national police game here because Bernie Schmidt was the the Commissioner at the time. He was appointed by the governor, right? Yeah. And they got rid of them because of problems in the police department. That's why. What? Before mom who came here. Police department. You're right. General. Galster? Well, that was that Yeltsin wasn't a Commissioner though, Antrim police commander the Baltimore City police department, but he did not he was from the national guard. He did not accept the job. That's why would they want to general Galveston to beat a police commission. Gilson Gilson was the adjutant general right at the time and. And he and he had it the national guard when in the sixty eight riots, I believe I think Galveston, I know I know I know he handled the national or was in charge of the national guard. Here right here. The interim police Commissioner you got a great memory though. Yeah. Then two hundred ninety eight hundred ninety nine this year. In Washington DC. Right. I understand what you're saying. But what's the bottom line here? I mean, what what what are you trying to you know? Tell when I'm saying that no poli in a history of police departments around the country. No city was able to stop Meredith. That's why they had. Well, how the hell was it? The New York City can have. You're always gonna have murders. Nobody's talking about stopping them completely. That would be great. But that's not gonna happen. But if New York City can have two hundred and eighty nine hell is it? Baltimore City can have three hundred nine. Let me ask you this. Do you think the five organized crime family in New York? Wasn't murdering people every day. That has nothing to do with it. Earn earn Ernest? Let me look look. We're talking about today's figures. Okay. Two thousand eighteen figures. Tell me how it is that a city of eight point six million people can have two hundred eighty nine murders in two thousand eighteen when a city like Baltimore with six hundred thirty thousand or so people has three hundred and nine that's all I wanna know tell me. Well, I'm gonna tell you. Hi. Can they made a movie about.