18 Burst results for "George Jetson"
"george jetson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Influence of something? So you know, we don't get some It up with all this. You know, Jets and George Jetson type stuff. You know, we're a little closer to it, but I don't see vehicles, trucks, planes, boats moving around without human supervision. At least for a little while. Guys. You remember the days in September, but I was talking about your block. You have the Ford guy. The shifty guy. The Christ were the Cadillac and it was like everybody was social economic thing. The car you drove. Wars were standing in the community. And then the September show would come are the shell world where everybody go down there. There was a thing. Yeah. Oh, I'm just a day. Down, they still they still happen. I mean, new car shows happen. I mean, probably the big monsters are the ones in Manhattan and Chicago, those at a big giant ella cars. Yeah. South Florida, the Miami car show or the forlorn, No car show. They're okay. But they're there. Not at that caliber. Where in New York. Every single brand of automobile is presented. I mean, that is something to see if you're a card. So I mean, it's out there but, you know Again. It is, but it's not like the days of gathering at the dealership waiting for him to unveil it. Yeah, you know, I remember I was here when they unveiled the annex. And that kind of brought me back to that time. You know, we were all standing around in the showroom. Sipping wine will eaten cheese, whatever. And they opened up the big glass doors and they pulled the air. They pulled the end accent and we were all going and on all over it, I mean a technology Now, I mean, In a digital space. You can experience any automobile you could literally they'll see inside of it. You know, I mean, it's a virtual world. But those are things that you would have to see in person that now you can research a lot of that online, so the digital space has changed a lot to change it a lot. Yeah, You can see pictures and stuff. Last thing, guys 24 hours. Woman starts in four hours. Toyota's on the bowl. Yeah, Yes, one of the divisions. Toyota's on the thanks for calling in man. We love your car person. Alright, buddy. Thanks, man. Appreciate it. Yeah, this is Ah, Finally, they're getting around to Ah, 24 hours of them on And the number seven Toyota of family Kobayashi, Mike Conway and Jose Maria Lopez is AH, sitting on the pole, Kobayashi said, eh? 3 15 lap. Wow. Let's cook it. Yeah. And They will be leading it off starts. What? By four o'clock? Yeah, That's what he said. About four hours from now. You know, I think 34 o'clock it starts. I always liked watching at least the beginning of that. Yeah. And then if I wake up in the middle of the night and go back to Yeah, Turn it on the engine. Cool to the end. Zo. Yeah. The cars are beat up, boy. That point. Yeah, And so are the drivers. I was just so So are the drivers. Um You know, Robert we were talking about, you know, getting Ah, four by four. There's a lot of four by fours out there that are outstanding vehicles. You know your jeeps. Your You got your your Ram's. You're the Bronco's out now, which is kind of an amazing vehicle and very versatile. You want a forerunner? Here's what I looked at Price being number one Price Service Election prize being number one. Number two is reliability that I looked at it and number three was How many cool stuff can you hang on a four by four? You know how many accessories do their make for that? So right away? The Broncos too new So it's going to take a little bit when it comes to the SS. Even though they come with a great selection from factory and then the two that I was looking at really hard was the Jeep. You can argue how cute they are, you know, And you could do whatever you want to And the floor runner. So I started looking. And they make just about anything for those off road. Toyota forerunner. Yeah, So then I looked at the price and to touch a jeep. You're looking almost 60 grand. When you do a couple of things are you looking at 70? I mean, if you buy one already, wheels and tires, you're looking at $70,000 guys, you could get a Toyota TRD. Off road limited. For around $40,000. And then you could do whatever you whatever you want. And then there isn't better reliability and a forerunner more. The forerunners more stable, more stable with the GPA's Elias quieter? Yeah, for everyday use. You know what? I couldn't believe about my especially my last for another gray one. How well it held its value. I almost fell out of my chair when they told me how much they were giving my ability. Their tanks. I don't break nothing on that truck brakes. Nothing. Yeah. So that's why Even though the jeeps will great, I said, I could probably make enough road forerunner. Look as it's cool, as mean looking as a jeep and I'm going to be winning on the money side and the reliability and the resell value later on. 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"george jetson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And how they control everything in our lives. And that's you know, I guess this is what's gonna happen. Yeah, well, the thing with the self driving technology it's all here now, eh? So it's not like it's coming. And it's all here now. Especially the trucks. Yeah, So what about the truck drivers? So here's where I'm going. Here's where I'm going with this. Robin, I I can't. I try not to look too too far into the future. You know, I I get looking forward, but I don't know about, you know, doing the Jetsons doing 100 years from now, But what I will tell you is one of the big obstacles that no one's really talking about in the self driving world is There's a massive liability massive liability on the manufacturers of this technology. So there's been endless car wrecks that Tesla's being sued over because their systems malfunction. They don't want to talk about it. But they're all over the place. So what I'm telling you is I think the first step that you will most definitely see in self driving technology is technology with human supervision. And the day that a vehicle will be driving down the road that no one is physically sitting inside of it. I think that is way, way way down the road. So I think you're right to talk about it today from a fear factor perspective or what? Some kind of technology you know. Geek wants to sell justify his existence. I try not to pay too much attention to that because the technology's out already, Okay, it's everywhere. A jet airplane can take off and land all by itself already, but they're not to be human. Of course, there needs to be human supervision in there because there's 300 people behind you That you're you're responsible for a cruise ship can go anywhere and Doc in the world without anybody sitting in the pilot house. It's already there. But you need tohave human supervision, and I think that is really what we will see first, before we see things moving around with nobody guiding them because that is frightening and the ability is huge. Did you? Did you? There was somebody in the news the other day. That got pulled over in a Tesla. He was asleep behind the wheel. Doing 90 car was driving itself came on the news. Yeah, and the guy that I was watching a movie in his Tesla going down the highway and ran into a cop car. And the best example of self driving is Can you imagine sitting in a vehicle you're drunk or high out of your mind? Right, and the vehicle leaves the location and drives home. What if you get pulled over? Are you technically driving that vehicle under the under the influence of something? So you know, we don't get some It up with all this. You know, Jets and George Jetson type stuff. You know, we're a little closer to it, but I don't see vehicles, trucks, planes, boats moving around without human supervision. At least for a little while..
The Future of 'The Internet of Things' with Ron Rock from Microshare
"Welcome thank you enter now before we get into this topic. It's probably with hearing your own definition of the Internet of things. Are I think it means many things to many people. How do you describe it? Wow what a heavy question to start our conversation with today. You're right Iot means a lot of things to a lot of people bowl and I've actually learned in the last six months that some middle management in large corporations advise me to not mention Iot in the C. Suite because it's got this bad reputation IOT was first coined back in nineteen ninety nine at Mit. And the idea was that we had computers running browsers and they were all talking to one in another. It was the height of the DOT com and somebody came up with this great idea that wow what if machines could actually talk to each other directly. What if our refrigerator and our car our and our appliances at home what all these things could actually be interconnected what of cars and traffic lights and ambulances were all connected so this was a big? The guy idea what happened in the subsequent two decades a lot of money was spent on Iot and frankly a lot of failed projects and so so through that the buzz came through Iot. Everything's GonNa talk to everything to suddenly. It became a bad thing to talk about in the C suite. The were a few exceptions things. Like the GE jet engine we were able to put very expensive sensors in that engine. It generates over one hundred megabytes of data a second but the ROI. I Made Sense. We're going to keep planes in the air so no matter what the expense it made sense but we never really saw Iot in its Vision of two thousand. The George Jetson error. We never saw all of that automation. Come together so I agree that. It is going to bad rep. And I'm also also not using it to him because one it's confusing and also the other thing and we might talk about this. People say aw is not my Internet camera. That's being hacked. And unless things just has a really bad connotation so I know you now talk about Maka share as a sensor as a service company that's I think a much more compelling view but what does it actually mean well and and I can do a precursor to that I'd like to say we talk about Iot under this. Concept of digital twinning digital twin has a lot of definitions out in the marketplace as well at the highest level digital twinning is. We're going to create a virtual replica of everything in our physical lives. Why are we going to do this going to do it? To drive operational efficiencies. We're going to do it to extend the quality of life. We're GONNA do it to find new business opportunities in the marketplace. I say AH extend the quality of life because data in general has gotten a bad rap lately. And so just like. You're teeing up the question hacking. Our Cameras Time magazine Kazini Tries To scare the hell out of us every week with our baby monitor has been hacked in. Its watching. Little J. T. so it's bad and it's consid- exactly all all of that so what we don't talk about and the press doesn't talk a lot about is all the good things coming out of data so cars that don't get into accidents in the first place are are happening. Because of thousands of sensors talking to one another and proactively making our automobiles safer proactively driving our health care system to look look for cures to cancer improve cardiac care. All these types of things are benefits of data but we take those for granted and we try to scare everybody with the data must be bad so I think one of the first things we we tackle at Micra share is the idea that there's a lot of really good data out there and the more data we can collect elect the more efficient. We're going to be able to make operations the more. We're going to be able to create new business opportunities new insights and let's face it. The companies beneath that run in a data centric business model are the companies that are now the most valuable in the world and legacy companies that have been around a long time are struggling and you need to make that switch or risk going away so I agree with you. Data is so powerful. But there's so much out there. Let's let's make more personal for our listeners. What sort of data can you collect? If you've got these senses give a sense of what is the data we can collect and how that might be turned into insights sure so at at microbes shared. There's so many a different industries that we could have pursued as an early stage company. We decided to focus on commercial real estate and we picked commercial real estate for a few reasons. One it's not regulated to everybody has some commercial real estate. It's ubiquitous across the planet and it's typically been underserved from financial our our technology investment perspective. So why do people care about data in commercial real estate. Well if I'm the tenant I want to know how many people are in my room in in my building increasingly. We're now working with a group of investors here in the UK. They lend the money to build the skyscraper. And so I'm going to give you a one hundred million in dollars but I'm GonNa Build into the Covenant of the bonds that I get to see the data of the occupancy in that building whenever I want to now that has real monetary autry value absolute monetary value and. Why do I do that because I want to know that my tenant is potentially going to go away nine months before they typically would tell me because I'm watching real time how that building functions so the money people interested the landlord is interested? The tenant is interested interested and the real low hanging fruit that we have found. Is that the facilities management folks. The people that cleaned that building are really interested in that data. Why typically large companies like here in London Caribbean went out of business? These were big companies quote unquote too big to fail billions of pounds running on razor thin margins on a race to zero. What does a company like really do among other things they clean your office space? How do they typically clean it? They have the minimum wage employees pushing a cart from point A. TO POINT B. to point C.. Every day on a schedule regardless of utilization. So what if I could actually clean space. That's being used and not clean space. That isn't being used fun. Little fact the number one complaint North America America and Europe in the workplace is dirty bathrooms and so suddenly I start cleaning the bathrooms that are being utilized more frequently and I stopped cleaning the bathrooms that for whatever reason time of year Time of day or no longer being used so one of our large global facilities management companies a fortune one hundred company. We were in a meeting a few months ago and they said wait a minute. Ron I think I get it. Occupancy equals dust and that is a fundamental game changer. So now you're in a razor thin margin business huge big global footprint if I can suddenly suddenly shave a few points off of my cost whilst at the same time improving the level of service. That's a huge win. For these companies comes is back to a wellness thing. So we. He'd millennials warner come to work and being spied and and make their their passion but if they're working in a facility that I like ords duty then they're not gonna be happy and I know that if I go to a bathroom facility. There's a teddy piece of paper that someone signs of being there but you wrote that's program. Every hour ago they with it needs cleaning. Knock so just to break down the sense of basically says this spice this bathroom. This coffee area is arisen being used so that data goes back to someone who can take action on. WanNa that's right and typically those sensors in that data create insights. Those insights are integrated in with your dynamics three sixty five accounting system or your pegase systems business process management bpm system or sap and these insights then drive action so for example being in a bathroom and having push-button there that allows a consumer to say. Hey this bathroom needs to be cleaned. I now have a date time stamp of when they push I that button. It needs to be cleaned when the cleaning person shows up. They have a small magnet on their keychain. They tap the bottom of that sensor and I now have a date time stamp is to win. The response showed up as we look at some of these big global facilities management contracts. The margins are so thin that they've have begun crafting service level agreements. SLA's and so now the facilities management company can actually get an increase in revenue. If they meet certain service Chris Level Agreements. We now provide the data that shows real time feedback from the people using the building and the facilities management companies real time response as to how they are servicing the facilities that. They're engaged
"george jetson" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"You so much for your thoughts and prayers or whatever. I'm fine nine Google yesterday and he just got released from the hospital yesterday like he has been in the hospital for over a week. I'm in now I call on he. He they moved him from the hospital to like an outpatient care like he's undergoing back surgery is not even home. You like you could have have toe surgery that a finger surgery get your ears. Done little tippy top. He had back surgery Gary Back Surgery. It takes a second to get better. Here's the thing I don't WanNA WANNA say it but I'm just going to say it. There's something there's something not totally together with the story. Don't come on. Don't be conspiracy theorist you don't no matter it doesn't as a matter he's hurt and someone who has brought joy to my life. Many times he got hurt like human. Compassion is sucks that he lizardo. But but but I'm watching now. I'm watching for updates on GRANDPA knocking off conspiracy theory. I'd like to just take a moment of silence. Four or someone who's transitioned to the other side. And that is George Jetson everybody the bump on the back of my ears gone. George jetsons gone straight into heaven. He's now in the celestial forever on back just living his best life but not behind my ear. Thanks everybody for everything that you've done and lifting up. George he's crossover he's made it thank you thank you thank you. I don't even know it's happening any united yesterday. No talent you watch football I also into a special thing. I had a chance to experience boy scouts us again and I say again because when we were moving I sure didn't find cub scout manual from when I was a kid side. Note my handwriting from when I was as a child is that of a serial killer so apologies for anyone. I wrote letters to especially the girls. I was trying to like represent my love for I understand Now why you turned me down every single time all of you also for joining cub scouts. And the first thing that he got to do is go to a paper like a real life paper Eric player contest it was. It was amazing. I just I can't recommend the Scots enough. We've only had one experience. So could go downhill from here but so far it is amazing. Also if you feel like using this as your opportunity to try and joining the scouts in our neighborhood for an opportunity to hang out with US oh no no. We joined the scouts in Madagascar. We had to take a very long flight to an island nation on the east side side of the continent of Africa. That's where we went to our paper airplane contest. Don't you come joining night to give them all the details about weird find. True seven seven seven is the troop that he has joined the sevens side. It's like the Vegas seven forty nine. That was my that was my a girl scout troop do remember yours. Do Not Oh K.. I. Roggio.
"george jetson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"George Jetson. But a new development in Miami is making space for a fly UCAR, doc. The paramount Miami world cetera is adding a residential Skype poured on its sixtieth four penthouse level developers in the city think transportation drones or air taxis are coming soon within ten or fifteen years three projects in the city will offer landing pads. Wendy gillette? CBS news France's president will be meeting with national and local officials this week to hear their ideas for addressing issues that have brought thousands of people out into the streets of Paris in weeks of protests. I'm Elaine Cobb in Paris officials say yesterday's protests were less violent. But there was more damage to property in central Paris. The public prosecutor says more than a thousand people were arrested almost a hundred of them were minors. He said most of those arrested were men under forty with jobs and families who came from around the country to Paris to protest and more. Protests are planned for the coming days. CBS news confirming Beth the man who was considered the front runner to succeed. John Kelly as White House chief of staff is taking a different job more on that from CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett one of the leading contenders to replace Kelly. Nick, a is has decided he will not take on the new role. He is vice President Mike Pence is chief of staff and. Official replacement is expected to be announced before the end of this year. Kelly has served as White House chief of staff since July of twenty seventeen. So what's it like working in business with members of your own family w j NewsRadio nine fifties? Greg Bowman has details. Sadri and Bennett is the president and CEO of Ben Curry LLC accompany. She runs with her son. She's also the first African American female master plumber. I was at a Jimmy Carter get-out-the-vote rally and a gentleman miss Augusta approached me from MCA, Detroit and asked me fifty thousand dollars a year his elevator speech. And I asked him was illegal. And he said, yes, isn't doing ways as being a plumber. And so the rest is history. Dan Weingarten, president of the family on wine guards cabinet, which has been around since nineteen Forty-five is a tricky too tight rope. But I think if you're kind of honest about the way everything is and have, you know, kind of open conversations, it's it can be very rewarding as well..
"george jetson" Discussed on KGO 810
"San Francisco got a real winter got ice and snow and what all. Of that would have cars I live still work That's it you had to, be on rails the buses aren't. Going to work I mean I live on top of one, of these bills and. It's like, we I just giggle thinking about if they. Had the snow that I had growing up in Pennsylvania you. Know, it's like the city. Would, stop. We can't make, it up and down the I mean mission in. Financial district, but, you gotta get the people there to. Those places yes and I'm looking into the flying car talking about technology around that whether it's going to be I we have to develop a. Thomas because we don't expect everyone to have a pilot's license to drive a. Car George Jetson didn't appear to but he. Might have but the thing about that. Is right now again, very weather dependent these, vehicles are, light weighted to be able to carry people or to carry the and many of them are electric or battery powered which has weight again has weight to it but that means in a weather, situation they're going to be somewhat fragile. And that's the interesting thing about this because this is one, we really need mobility you, know we can do, things on our own weather we're walking or riding a bike or. Scooter on a nice Day but won in the. Weather gets implement is when we really need to rely on some other form, of transportation more enclosed and getting from point a. to. Point. Being so that'll be interesting part of the transition again we encourage, everybody to talk to us about, this because as we are so engaged in it here and I wanted to finish off on our conversation about. Rural America at a chance, to drive across the. Upper peninsula of Michigan say out of the, UK, and I keep. Thinking about as I drive around in less congested areas where does this all fit in I'm trying to to have a good broad vision of all of this and certainly again. We are early adapters here in San, Francisco we see these vehicles driving. The streets things are happening and we even get a chance, to test them one. Of the, things we talked about a couple of weeks. Ago was the DAS systems the events driver assist systems in It's eight eight s he likes this spell it out in so yeah so systems are in cars right now that's the thing and it's, both a blessing and a curse because we're in this. Transition so people have now this intelligent cruise. I, loved as some separation to you in front we're testing different vehicles and sometimes the brakes come on, kind of late in the game or you're not sure they're really going to or I mean any of these systems you're really, the monitor as the driver of the car you can implement them but you can't really turn away, you can't really not pay attention? And that's it I think that's the thing that I would love to. Expunge from the, record here the I'm a member of the. Society of automotive engineers and they came. Out with the, levels of driving a few years ago levels zero. Through five five being a fully autonomous possibly no steering wheel no input from the driver. Needed every possibility of it no No, pedals right but the whereas the lower. Levels you know we've been experienced, experiencing those increasingly over time you know, as we got to. Cruise control, and now these things have involved into. The automated emergency. Braking link keeping assist these things that you know will bump us and. Whatever and try and keep us in, the right direction or the ones that even get. A bit further that, you know like a tesla or GM super Cruz where you can, take your hands off the wheel supposedly for, point in time these are not self, driving cars they are for a little while now it's. Like it gives you, a little more comfort if you. Have to say if you were in your Alexis. If they have that and you have to do the change the channel and it takes you five minutes to figure out how to even, obviously everyone else Stacy's not very happy with the way that Lexus has designed the input into, their infotainment system with a, touch, pad which works. Fine when you're not moving but as you're moving around. Ten In the, comments directly, to. Her on, that dangerous any but, you yes, these things can give you more comfort to. Do the, things that we've always been doing, to you know the kids to be quiet in the back seat, or turn the channel or get your bag fell off the passenger, seat because you came to an abrupt halt those you can you can do those sorts of things but it does, not mean you're turning over control of the vehicle you are the driver that's the thing, everyone needs to remember and. It momentary distractions unfortunately can sometimes. Be lengthened so in other words you know everyone recently we came out with no texting. Don't even think about it, because all of a sudden that, short tax yeah you pulled it off the little bit long you're one, and the next thing you know you're reading something on my gosh I hate to think of the people that are out there actually watching something video of some sort or something it takes attention away, from what you're really doing which is. Moving this multi thousand pound OB Checked through, space where there might, be pedestrians or cyclists or or other vehicles and makes a little bit of, noise when, they, when they connect and it's dangerous and people get hurt I have to tell you right now, we're experiencing, some of the changes that are happening on the dashboard and we talked about a couple of episodes ago where the automakers are going to push buttons because, it takes us base. The less expensive Alex I certainly want, to talk to you about that after the break but the other, things are all of. The bells and dings and things that are happening in the car as we are aren't. Kept in the lanes, now I've I've talked to a couple people recently and. They say you know I don't even rely necessarily on turning my shoulder. Looking, back when I changed lanes because I have. Lane departure warning by spot I'm sorry in this case blindspot indicators it tells. Me if there's a car there and if there isn't then I know I'm free to go the lane departure. Warning to a little bit different in these cars, the aid ask systems whether they're hectic or Give you an indication I'm Tracy I'm one today that as I straddled, Elaine I had it on and as I came off I don't let go of the steering wheel but came off of a strong grip. It guided me back into the lane, which I thought was very interesting actually put me back into the. Lane that I had departed from but then when I tried to stay in that lane with a very light touch in a corner something, I'd. Come out of the lane and my whole point in that I'm, actually paying more attention now because it to me I'm trying to discover the capabilities it's almost like you're the parent and you're teaching your child how. To, drive, before they get their permit they've got to get all, those hours, you're testing it course yeah but I think if you own that vehicle you might find yourself your attention waning yeah well and. Again that's what I'm I'm very concerned, about is how far along do you go and how much do, you rely on this end at Lowe's you into a sense of capabilities that it really shouldn't and will, that lead to additional, we we seem way Too many accidents we're. Going to talk a little bit about. The safety factor but. We're. Gonna talk about some specific cars that are, rolling out when we come back from. This. Break, you're listening, to the flying car we're here on k. g. o. eight ten packing about the transformation of transportation but we're gonna talk about a lot? Of new cars are implementing this and some of the.
"george jetson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Car flying around but where in la where in dallas where here in chicago are you gonna be able to have traffic lanes of flying cars no we can barely drive in traffic on the ground in our lanes and people don't even stay in their lanes could you imagine if they had no lanes no lines just air you know and don't forget we're gonna use the jetsons as our model if you remember the jetsons go back go go google the jetsons go on youtube here what i'm talking about look up the jetsons and watch the cartoon once again a cartoon folks we're basing our future on a cartoon there weren't a lot of big buildings they weren't next to each other when you watch george jetson and mr space ly flying around in their cars but i'm just really getting i haven't fun doing the jetsons car flying that i didn't realize i could do the jetsons car flying sound but again but there were no skyscrapers there were no giant buildings they weren't this close together our cars flying cars going to be going through a major city with big tall buildings and narrow streets and another question how do i flag this thing down does it land and then i get in it then it goes up and then i mean we can barely drive on the ground folks how are we going to have flying cars so this is such a silly story but here's the best part i read it with a laugh you know this is never going to happen i'm going to write this down twenty twenty three i'm saving this so in two thousand twenty three i wanna see where uber has its flying cars because i'm sure they won't so this is clearly just a story to distract to get some free positive public pub publicity for uber in this time.
"george jetson" Discussed on Popcast
"That's gonna give me sentimental you know i've sensitive i gotta gentlemen to epi time something happened they want me sentimental we had an incident but i cover incidentals you won't be working on my message in when thinking like george jetson but sounded like george jefferson didn't they questioned in my medicine if you tweak it on on my text then i don't care perception here i got the my state the tickets stratosphere i used to same attitude that and get ac i lift banana i don't know what happened after here i live for now i don't know what happened nafta here plus what was meant to be was meant to be even if publicly like the impetus to talk about it and at the four centuries one in one is to you so to that point joe about transparent almost about behind what what ted you know we just listen to he says you know what i'm sensitive i gotta gentlemen toll every time something happened they want they want me sentimental you know we forget the dish man had a a breakdown not that long ago this is a year and change go and we have not forgotten so yes but they'll free like to listen to this album without that as a framework as much as what came in the wake of that and he's potential heavy medication in the wake of that like.
"george jetson" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Give me sentimental i gotta gentlemen to every time something happened they want me sentimental we had an incident but i cover incidentals you won't be working on my message in when i'm thinking like george jetson but sounded like george jefferson didn't they question in my medicine if you tweak it again and i don't care i get the tickets pass the stratosphere i used the same attitude that in i live bananas been nafta here i live banana know what happened nafta here plus what was meant to be was meant to be publicly like the empathy i talk about it in the fourth century one is to you got it girl embarrassed they wife jay now you test a lewis this is what they mean when they say it's better for worse for every female stuck with they do do the best times to the worst times just for you finding reason to defend all your don't you this story even you will hannity.
"george jetson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I do i believe that that george jetson is in the future four three eight wpro toll free elroy the kid or is the dog elroy strahl astro hey look at you actually remembering something for my childhood i google then or you did but i do love that cartoon actually you okay you watch it jetsons where do you find the jetsons you gotta go on youtube or something all that good stuff oh i know you're a barney rebel fan but yeah but that would do i don't believe in and listen i'm not trying to predict you know get spooked about the stuffing on that trying to predict a short lifetime for me knock wood knock i wanna whatever but i don't believe in your lifetime let's just talk let's just use your lifetime and your projected lifetime healthy young twenty seven year old why are you may twenty ninth not going to be twenty nine i thought you already twenty oh that's right you you came you came on board with me in your twenty seven forget you had a birthday then you're headed toward thirty sh you got you got wrong side of twenty five or sticking their thanks all right later this show enjoy the sunshine absolutely walk off fifteen yards on me that was that was terrible you never say that to a lady you never say that woman don't worry about it it's just not right day but you don't worry about it i don't like a day over twenty thousand forty i've got a free that's what i i am in very deep mud it had a flag flag can be so careful just flagging dan you don't look a day over seventy five well you know what doesn't mean i don't feel a day over everything farnese back arms shoulders everything neck shoulders knees god don't sing that my one of my sisters used to sing that all the time i haven't you know i got one of those geeky sisters yeah the other that that's on head shoulders knees intel's decent tones that and the other stupid song she was singing all my mom my mom just called me porky 'cause i can't stop eating or you can't stop eating but you.
"george jetson" Discussed on The Filmcast
"When does she ever use her sexuality as a weapon in this movie like we're supposed is that what that guy or he threatens she oh yeltuesday radically it's supposed to be about her leg seducing george jetson like that's really what the mainland the might be suppose aren't we supposed to believe that they're like legit in love i mean i make one personal is much more in letter yeah i have no idea the truth of who is in love with who at the end of the film myself right but i i feel like he is at no point does this movie impune his motives right is megan his he is he is a legit straight shooter american nan and she's a guy who thinks with his heart when we see her decide to have sex with him and he and and then he turns are down because he's such a good dude and then she does actually go and have sex with them because i think implicitly were solicited i believe that she respects likes and wants to have sex she wants the sexual pleasure from that person not to manipulate him not to use her training but she'd be who genuinely wants to have sexual pleasure from this guy right i don't know their loyola going a little money will one goal for her in this whole movie is getting the fuck out and saving her mom that is the goal rate and everything else is like brady like to get there so i i honestly can't save she genuinely like i think she does care for him a little especially towards the end but he is like street up in love with her in a way that's kind of like cute and you're like a we're introduced the his carter somebody who acts emotionally because he gets overly invest in his soares anything the one thing like we can see from what she's doing is like okay we know she can take care of herself we know she can use information ito to protect her in two to win you her advantage because all she wants is to take care of her mother and then she has up in the city situation where she is the new trapped by the.
"george jetson" Discussed on ShopTalk
"Check out is much worse seamless nice experience that's like hello sign never leave the site get the signatures right there they have all these great immigrations two three and email and there's assigned button inge email and you click an open up and they signed the document without of relieving gene male how awesome as that seem move google dioxin evernote may have all these great integrations to it's is the hello sign api follow the show note link to go to it and check it out it's really pretty cool thanks hello son this was super related from george jetson here so we might as well just slip into a real quick before moving on but he is basically asking about the timing kids thing which is just kind of almost a fa q level thing era chopped talk what are some tips and tactics to get better at frontend engineering while trying to raise kids i find it nearly impossible between unpaid overtime at work the commute in dealing with young children mr rupert is apparently doing this and maintaining peak relevance woulda wall wall lord i compliment a how do you do it and what are some tactics the you imply to keep relevant my quick one would be charge if you're already working i'm sorry about unpaid overtime but i suspect that you are getting better at front engineering all organs list yes i i mean serve what we're talking about before like like you know if you're just doing the same old thing.
"george jetson" Discussed on WCTC
"The she it's the door on of a new aging robotics and the digital just got physical it's not a drain it's our functioning robot if this is making this guy to we want this reduction will create that bond between an issue of here talking to a real girl compatible you are the guys rosy you back to the day boy george jetson he never imagine this we read this in the should bloomberg six robots will make men not women obsolete for win this is it sir i mean first of all what an admission of being the ultimate loser to have to by a sex robot now this is a family shows i'm not going to go into detail here but this is the from bloomberg advances in robotics an artificial intelligence have raised a disturbed me and concern for women what a female robots become so realistic and so adept at what they were made for that they rendered men incapable of engaging in he real human relationships actually i think it's the men who should be worried if the tire lee possible that robots could outperform them perhaps it's time for a big think a women not as capable as men of crude objectification robots don't discriminate and they can probably give good back massages i'm not going to get into further thanks for handing me this lovely article here taylor because part of it i can't read but the the upshot of this without coining your term is that men might be replaced by these robots even though the the high end buyer of these robots now they they're buying female robots and what greater hope could we have for our daughters then a robot husband a robot husband will you know what there's one good thing they don't talk back that's true or if they talkback you'd know what they're going to say and years an off button i just can't imagine why anyone i mean it but see this is what happens when you get into a contraceptive mentality and we begin to objectify unused people for our own ends as a society in his people and we've been doing that now for decades this is the natural end point where you are engaging in intimacy with an object and a thing and you've lost human relations that could bring you out of.
"george jetson" Discussed on WDRC
"The information you leave the brabourne encircled foot talk of genetic it's eight minutes after the hour of 8 o'clock in the morning a very special broadcast this morning and this is the kickoff to of many up broadcasts on this whole opioids situation the danon i are going to get the involve with and i knew it was a crisis of dan you did too but you know as you sit here and talk with our attorney general you don't realize how great a crisis it really is well an attorney general george jetson is in our touch points ribbit of you chair what what's big pharma's role and all of this a pharma uh i think has to be oh a willing partner and the i am i don't want to get ahead of myself and they're going to be says there have been meetings and we have scheduled meetings for january i think that pharma at has moved past the point where they think that they can deny being part of a solution and um you know there their position had been uh hey opioids or legal we manufacture them uh and uh but they are fda approved and they are dispensed by physicians and uh who are licensed to dispense these opioids so were just the supplier you know we we have nothing to do affect effectively with abuse we just manufacturer a things i think that they have come to understand that they need to be willing partner and helping to solve this this crisis in that dumb they they can't be in denial and more so i that as a very important step and they also recognize that they would rather deal with um it though the advantage of these multistate investigations is it the not playing whackamole with fifty separate state investigations and 50s separate lawsuits becomes possible to to work with the attorney general community on a bipartisan basis to explore the parameters of of what could be a deal uh salman and that settlement again our priority is in getting a paycheck for the state's our priority a although that needs to be a a piece.
"george jetson" Discussed on WDRC
"Oh uh uh john twelve minutes after five o'clock in the morning if any of you have anything that you would like to bring to the broadcast desk feel free all you have to do is call us up that's all one eight eight eight five seven four two seven two three and it was a surprise for many that the state attorney general george jetson announced he will not seek a third term as attorney general sally yates says he wants to write another chapter in his life and i would like to inform you that the attorney general will be a guest friday morning for a whole hour uh with uh dan and my itself on the bradman dan show we'll have everything and the attorney general was kind enough to say yes at to come on here and he'll be with us on on friday you know uh it's just remarkable some that are are going on and i i.
"george jetson" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The car of the future at least the near future is going to look a lot less like george jetson zain more like tesla's for its new ceo is telling investors the number two us automaker will pull back from investing in sudan's internal combustion engines and instead concentrate on coming up with more electric cars and hybrids while continuing to build trucks the former ceo of that clip facts did not have an easy dave before congress richard smith repeatedly told lawmakers he and other executives were not aware of the significance of the databreach could expose the information of about half the us population until weeks after it was detected but epithets doesn't have to worry he government isn't all an angry political reports the irs will hey the company more than seven million dollars to help prevent fraud under and nobid contract issued last week investors may be ready to take a break today stock futures look flat and lower s p futures down two points nasdaq futures falling five and dow futures down 4 bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour i'm joan doniger pretend lands chief thorpe with thursday night football with tom brady and the patriots but they haven't met since 2013 gene this which richmond to be company is iceland brady up past battling 2003 winston who might that by thursday football on cps in it though work at eva's on video sunday's on cbs the nation's vice president mike pence starts off our broadcasting any advisor or any made the trump campaign had any contact with the russians who are trying to meddle in the election democratic leader nancy pelosi what are you tell democrats want a new direction we sat down with defense secretary james mattis keeps you awake at night i keep other people away from on senator bernie sanders the very fact i have my own opinion but i wanna know you're in through the present united states these nation with john dickerson sunday's on cds hang this is john mom tone reporting from the central park police precinct where today the city honors are real hero stay tuned for my live report fatty babies come from uh.
"george jetson" Discussed on espnW's The Trifecta
"In what are you hearing as the price the next can get for carmelo move got two recent trades and jimmy butler and paul george jetson serve as a standardbearer for under delivering to the team trading like are we talking about like that level of return compensation for the next yeah i mean the bulger extreme did not help them i think there is a gap between what they want and what we can get the deal and it's complicated because with usually don't ryan anderson player who salary houston would come close to matching carmelo's and that's what they need to do in this trade but the knicks are unwilling or they have been unwilling to this point to think back ryan anderson they're looking for that's by believe neither veterans with shorter contracts ryan anderson i believe best three years left on his deal so here and off either or they're looking for a younger players who they can add to this young core that they reference several times and so they're looking for younger guys or and older guy who's contracts from not the book that's what makes it difficult here uh i believe that brandon night was was offered to them who is a part of a package that was offered to them for carmelo and clearly whatever else was in that package they weren't interested in it so it's going to be tougher than i think to get what they want they may end up having to settle for let's say let's call it a rotational player in his mid20 use in an uptick in and you get mel off your books or then worstcase scenario for them is they don't find a deal that they like and then they have to consider doing a buyout with carmelo something they haven't really wanted to do to this point through they're looking to get assets back but i mean either way you slice it they're not gonna get exactly what they want.
"george jetson" Discussed on Science... sort of
"Today's route is astro and no i don't mean george jetson dog astra as a prefix from greek meetings star it is also sometimes used as asked earlier with an er instead of an arrow for certain nations like the us are men and women that travel into space our astronauts or star voyagers if you try to predict what will happen to those astronauts based on the arrangement of stars that would be astrology if i wanted to add a footnote to that previous end saying astrology doesn't work i could use a starshaped symbol called an asterisk someone who actually studies the stars is an astronomer if you study the physics of how space works you would call yourself an astrophysicist if in my role as an astronomer i were to use a telescope and observe a rock in space i would call that rock an asteroid if that rock then hit earth that might be considered a disaster which is probably my favorite of this list because it's sort of out of left field but yes when something terrible happens we refer to it as a bad star this being the latin prefix for bad this brings us full circle back to astrology because disaster originally referred to the alignment of stars and planets spelling out a bad fate so when shakespeare describes his titular lovers and romeo and juliet as starcrossed he was just calling it a disaster in plain english fortunately i don't believe the stars are out to get you unless you go outside without using sunscreen of course but now the next time you see astro or asked her in a word you'll have a much better sense of what it means well that's it for this installment of better no route thanks for listening my station i really appreciate any applause or echoes and if you have your own route you're excited about or a question about something you've heard here you could submitted to the station or tell me about it on twitter helped until next time stay curious out there there's a lot to.