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"george jetson" Discussed on WTOP
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"george jetson" Discussed on WTOP
"And the Delaplane exit 23 you're staying right to to get by you will get a brake check at the scene married to pump a WTOP traffic now to seven news first alert meteorologist Jordan Evans a warm and muggy start to the day it's cloudy out right there now sunshine and we did have some patchy fog that has since gone away now temperatures temperatures are climbing I expect to hit the low 90s before the storms arrive this afternoon so with the humidity expected to feel like 95 to even 97 in a few spots before the rain gets here too once the rain arrives those temperatures drop pretty quickly with rain -cooled air but that also means we have to talk about heavy rain some high winds some lightning and there's a chance for some small hail and a very low tornado threat it is it's never zero but it's very low for today tonight temperatures staying mild in the 70s then we do it again tomorrow with a couple of extra ingredients in play for storms tomorrow that could actually increase the tornado threat just a little bit but overall it's still low for Monday afternoon by the 4th we're drying out still hot humid temperatures staying in the 90s feeling like the middle to upper 90s looks like we're staying dry through Thursday maybe Friday as well but then another round of showers and storms heading into next weekend right now at 78 arlington good morning leesburg 76 degrees tyson zero 77 german town 77 2 and woodbridge 78 thanks so much jordan the the forecast brought to you by len the plumber just at same day service seven days a week coming up on wtop flying cars available for pre -order well whether george jetson would approve that's up in the air it's
"george jetson" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The morning. It's 15 still. The governor of Florida has signed a bill that defunds DEI departments at public universities in the sunshine state. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports. As promised Florida governor Ron DeSantis put his signature on a bill that banned state universities from spending state money to support programs that advocate for DEI, the acronym for diversity, equity, and inclusion. DEI is better viewed as standing for discrimination exclusion and indoctrination. And that has no place in our public institutions. Governor desantis told a crown during a signing ceremony, the law also requires that general education courses not distort significant historical events or teach what he calls identity politics. You know, some of these niche subjects like critical race theory, other types of DEI infused courses and majors, Florida's getting out of that game. The law gives university presidents and boards of trustees more hiring power and desantis claims it will benefit students in the long run. How employable are you with some of these majors? I mean, really, it's not a good academic choice in terms of being able to be employable. Critics say the law violates academic freedom and could negatively impact enrollment of students and of staff. I am Clayton Neville. A plan by the Biden administration to sell land leases to conservation groups is getting opposition details from correspondent Norman hall. Biden administration officials have sought to dispel worries they want to exclude oil drilling, livestock raising, and other activities from vast government on land. The effort follows push by from Republicans in ranchers over a contentious proposal to put conservation on equal footing with industry, the proposal would allow conservationists and others to lease federally owned land to restore it much the same way oil companies by leases to drill and ranches pay to graze cattle. Lisa's could also be bought on behalf of companies such as oil drillers who want to offset damage to public land by restoring acreage elsewhere. Norman hall, Washington. 13 till now, some in the digital media world are struggling due to a downturn in advertising and holding the bottom line. Correspondent Rita foley explains. Vice media is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the latest digital media company to falter over the years vice developed a reputation for it in your face journalism that covered daring stories all around the world, but now vice has agreed to sell its assets to a consortium of lenders. Digital advertising has plummeted this year, cutting into the profitability of major tech companies. This comes in the middle of a number of media layoffs and closures, including job cuts at gannett, NPR, The Washington Post, and more recently, in April, BuzzFeed incorporated announced that its Pulitzer Prize winning digital media outlet BuzzFeed news was being shut down as part of a cost cutting drive by its corporate parent. I'm Rita foley. Probably not the person you expected style guru Martha Stewart is tackling a new project. She's about to become the oldest woman to ever grace the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. There are a lot of things Martha Stewart has done in life. Founding a media company in 1990, impressing followers with her cooking and designing skills, saying in 2006. I'm happy about my knowledge and so many different subjects that relating to living. And now at age 81, she's posing for the cover. Of Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. Stuart says she hopes it inspires other people to try new things, no matter what stage of life they're in. Other women in the swimsuit edition coming out later this week. Singer Kim petras, actors Megan Fox and model Brooks Nader. I'm Jackie Quinn. Move over, George Jetson flying cars really are coming to a dealer near you and sooner
"george jetson" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"It'll get to 40 if you leave it long enough in an air conditioned space. And then close it back up and it'll pull that, it'll pull that moisture out of that cup and then you have to replace the bourbon probably every four or 5 days just because it'll dry out in there and get kind of get kind of sticky, but that's a good that's been what we've found is that actually makes the cigars sometimes they barrel age them so that you get the wood flavor in them. And these taste like bourbon, not wood and it's just a different. Just a different way of doing it. And then the typically lately typically on a cigar, the last third is not the best part, but it's infused ones. They're magic in the final third. This is really good. So take it, takes four, 5 weeks, you know, you're gonna, you're gonna put them in, let them sit for a couple of weeks. We have found anywhere between two and 5 weeks as kind of the right the right thing to be in and out. Take them out, put them in a bag, re humidify them to get them back to where I use a little boba to pack, get them back to their 60, 65, whatever. Let them sit for a couple of days, three, four, 5 days, and then they're ready to go. Fantastic. Tonight, Jim. Yeah, well, we covered a lot of ground here and thanks for coming on. And anything you're looking forward to from stuff you've got on order or review stuff coming in that you're excited about and tell folks the best way to follow you for all that stuff. I am reviewing Samsung's new M 8 computer monitor, which is supposed to be the kind of alternate competitor to the fancy Apple monitor, which costs an arm and a leg. So I've got it here. I'm using it tonight, not that you guys can see it, but so far spectacular experience and beautiful design. So I'll have a review up on that in the next couple of weeks. The Samsung frame TV review 2022 version will be coming. I've also got a few gadgets for back to school time. I'm checking out the new JBL clip four portable wireless speakers. So if you're looking for something to send, the kids off to school with or to their dorm, I college with. All have waterproof? JBL click four. It is yeah, I think it's IP 67. So I'm going to try it in the shower, I think. Whether you wouldn't want to sync it in water, but something that probably not will repel it. And then I've got a little portable photo printer, the HP sprocket photo printer, prints little three by four photo stickers. So things the kids would like. So I'm going to check out a few of those. And yeah, that's kind of the highlights of what's coming in the next couple of weeks. You'll find it all at tech gadgets Canada dot com or tech gadgets international dot com. And I say make sure they subscribe to your YouTube channel. That's the way I watch you. And the alerts show up and they say, hey, Aaron has something new and I pop over there and watch it and I try to like it just as often as I can and you could do that too if you're listening or watching on YouTube, head over there and watch those like them, make sure you're staying up to date. Can I make one more plug for something? I just started a newsletter. So if anyone is interested in receiving the newsletter, you can go on to tech gadgets Canada dot com or tech gadgets international dot com scroll to the bottom. You can sign up for the newsletter and the newsletter is great because with every issue that comes out, we put them out every two weeks now. I'm trying to always have a tech giveaway. And this is a spoiler alert for your audience gym. The readership right now is small, so the chances of winning are excellent. So anyone who's listening now tonight should go and subscribe. And every week, like I said, we have this contest and you'll find out how to enter through the newsletter. But I'm trying to put in some really fun gadgets and giveaways, things that I like. And I think the audience will like to. So U.S. and Canada. U.S. and Canada, yes, absolutely. Would I be ineligible or can I sign up for it too? If I won would people be like, I think you should. I podcast guy. I have a randomized computer program thing that picks winners. So maybe we'll let the audience judge if they think it's not fair that you could potentially win. We can respect that. Audience, what do you think? Yes or no. Give it thumbs up or thumbs down if you want to do that. On our way out a couple chat room comments, producer bob got us the exact date July 31st, 2022. George George Jetson's birthday show that he is now 18 days old, and we just got to find him. George. I'm a happy birthday well, happy two month or 18 days, whatever. Bob also agreed with you with your egg bites. And then he said, or find a local food service that was supply you with a takeaway or delivery for the meals for these devices. That'd be a little tough because it's pretty expensive device and getting that specific may be difficult, but I like the idea. And then bob asked me any bourbons work better than others. And I said, I say the one you really like. And I've actually tried a couple different ones. I don't know if it matters. That much, but certainly the more flavor the bourbon has. I think the better he said to angel's envy or Woodford reserve double oaked. The double oak, if you want to get that real flavor in it, yeah, the double looked for sure would be a good and if you like those and so let's see bob subscribed to the newsletter producer bob. Sorry, I got to get that title, right? Producer bob. Brian said, do it. So I can, I can win. That's good. And then all right, all right. We're all in it to win it. Of course you can win. So the producer bob says it's okay, so then I think it's okay. Aaron, thanks for coming on. Tonight, can you hang tight with me for one second? Yes. Close this thing up. Okay. So just a couple of reminders on the way out if you want to take the conversation to the Discord channel, the average guy TV slash Discord if you want to jump in there. Lots of good conversation. Actually, a lot of good deals in there of late. So if you want to jump in and get there, you can do that as well. If you want to leave me a voicemail message and why wouldn't you? Home gadget geo dot com. There's
"george jetson" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"Yeah, just a bunch of sort of improvements that make it a little more user friendly and more versatile. So you know, I'm a huge HelloFresh fan, right? You know that we've talked about HelloFresh. We are in we just made HelloFresh tonight. And I love cooking that way. Primarily because it's just drop dead easy, right? You get pre measured ingredients. You just put them together. It's really hard to mess up. And we've gotten to the point now where we're going, so it's like, okay, we have this meal. What else can we add to it? Last night, we made some kind of pork bowl, right? It was rice and pork and some other stuff. Oh, yum. And I toasted, I'm like, oh, we need toasted almonds. So then I got a pan out, made some toasted almonds. Yeah, I'm in there. So we're getting good at this. The picture I was showing on the screen, I always, like when I imagine these devices, these robots, I always think of just grinders and cutters and mixers. It also, you've got a picture of a fish, like you're cooking fish with broccoli there. Are you steaming it? What is this thing doing? Great question. So there's another component that comes with the machine. So I was talking about the base with the bowl that looks like the giant blender. There's sort of another component. And it's a steamer basket concept, and the steamer basket is layered. So you set the steamer basket over the top of the bowl, put water in the bowl. And it steams it, and then there's sort of a lid that'll cover it. So you can grill or not grill, I guess you can steam fish and vegetables together. You can do potatoes. I have baked cakes in the steamer basket of the thermal mix, sticky toffee puddings, and they're absolutely outstanding. So it's just another way to cook. You can also, it's got like a rice cooker setting. And I, I'm a decent cook, but I always flunk at rice. I suck at cooking rice in the pot. It's always mushy, it's always sticky, I eat it. I'm like, eh, feed the rest of the dogs. So I've been trying the rice cooker setting on the thermal mix TM 6, and it's, it is perfect. It is so perfect. So I love using that setting. It's got other sort of automatic programs too for things like eggs. You can use it as a kettle if you want. They've also brought out this new attachment for it, which is a peeler, so it can actually peel any hard vegetable or fruit inside the machine. You just sort of set this disk in the bottom of it. And it's got little, it looks almost like a grater. And then you put water into it. And it just swishes everything around, that's chopped, celery, Jim. There's another photo of the peeler attachment. It might be further. Oh, you said peeler, sorry. Let's see. So it's swishes the vegetables around in the water, and it goes, it goes for about probably ten minutes or so. And then in that time, it peels the fruit or vegetable completely. Back down, I think, oh, there's the peeler attachment right there. That's the blade. So the blade is kind of this wavy grater looking attachment. And I think Jim, if you go back down, there's a photo of some potatoes that I peeled. And it's just such a cool time saver because you can tuck the vegetables or the carrots or your apples or whatever, put them in the bowl, walk away right there, Jim. You can walk away from it and come back and you don't have to sort of sit there. Like, this would be great if you're doing Christmas dinner. You can just load this bowl up with potatoes, walk away, come back in ten minutes and all your peeling is done. So super handy and quite effective, little attachment for this device. Do you think big family like something like this would struggle or could you do big meals on this as well? Or does it kind of cater to two to four crowd? Oh no, I think you could probably do a lot of big meals. I mean, you can do a ton of rice in this. So I mean, you wouldn't be able to sort of do everything at once necessarily, but you could certainly do like steamed vegetables in the main basket. You could do potatoes in the layer underneath the fish, which is in the top. It also does meatballs too. So it has you mix up the meatball meat in the bowl, and then you'll roll them up and then lay them in the steamer basket and steam the meatballs. Now steamed meatballs can be a little pasty looking. Spoiler alert. But it tastes fantastic. And if you're kind of putting them in sauce anyway, it doesn't really matter. You can also just give them a little, you know, a little broil in the oven too. But you could easily make spaghetti and meatballs for a family of 6 or more in this device quite easily. Yeah. A couple of comments coming in from the chat room. Brian says, this is the start of Rosie from the jetsons cooking dinner. Do you get that? You get that feeling, like you're in the beginning of the jets. By the way. George Jetson was just born the other day. Like, I think his birthday was. Yeah, like July something 2022 in the cartoon. So somewhere in the world, George Jetson has been born at this point, but bob says it seems like most of these cook it yourself are very frying pan centric. Is HelloFresh the same? Yes, it is. It says we tried a few of those got tired of frying pan food. We get around that by grilling it. So if you want to, if you want to get out of the pan, we try to couple different ways of frying it. I mean, during the winter, it's kind of nice to not have to go outside and go to the grill and it will do it in the pan.
"george jetson" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"It's Terry here. It's Friday. I want to tell you about this latest announcement from Amazon. And I've been alluding to it over the past couple of days. Let's get right to it. ASTRO what is ASTRO ASTRO is a household robot for home monitoring and beer assistant with Lexi built in and it's quite something. We have never seen anything like this before. It's the first idea to have a robot really come to market. I'll tell you right off the bat right now that it is considered one of the day one editions products from Amazon, which means that it is only available exclusively by invitation at this point. However, I find it fascinating that this is where Amazon is going. I remember seeing some pictures on social media a couple of years ago of Jeff Bezos touring some robotic facilities. And I wondered at that time if this may be where Amazon's going. The truth is, in the recent announcements, Amazon announced that they believe that in the next 5 to ten years, Holmes will have robots. And so they said this is not the first rollout that they are building. Anyway, ASTRO, what does it look like? I don't know how to describe it. You have to look it up and see the pictures. It kind of looks more like a little pet than a humanoid type figure. It's got a couple of big wheels that help it get around. It's got what looks like a neck with a screen on the screen are some eyes that can move depending on what ASTRO is doing. Of course, it is voice activated. On their schematics, it shows that there's a cup holder at the back so you can use it to deliver things around the house. And I find it very interesting that it looks more like a pet, as opposed to a human. And what are the implications for that in terms of the way that we as people will interact with this device. Anyway, you've got to check it out. It's called ASTRO. You can see it on the Amazon.com site. Fascinating, all I know is that when I am able to get when I'd love to try this in my home and see what it's like, of course, there are huge privacy issues with this. Amazon says that that is something that they are very, very committed to protecting. For example, they said that as one example, you can set up Astros so that there are certain rooms that are essentially no go zones. So you can prevent ASTRO from going to those rooms. There are ways that you can turn off ASTRO entirely and so on. We'll see really fascinating and really exciting story. I think there's a lot here in terms of sci-fi movies and well, you know, when I think about ASTRO, what was George Jetson's pet name? Wasn't it ASTRO? I think it was. Anyway, this is a lot of fun. Look it up. Have a look at Amazon's new ASTRO and I'd love to hear what you think. Hit me up on Twitter, doctor Terry Fisher, DR TRI, FIS HER, and tell me what you think of this device. Would you have it in your home? I'd love to know. All right, talk to you soon..
"george jetson" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show
"Just seems perfect. So, yeah. Anyway, is, yeah, let's get to wrestling. We have to do it. We have to do wrestle. I'm sorry. But first, we have to think, for new patrons, actually 5. Kind of, we have to think Isaac McAlester. Okay. Wrong and his girlfriend Marisol. Oh, Marisol, yeah, Marisol Marisol. I don't know something like that. Wayne Mansell and Joshua Watkins. All right, well, thank you to all of you. Yes, thank you so much. Patreon.com $5 a month. Gets you. Everything you can cancel. Anytime. You can also sign up for a year and get a discount. Yeah. So I could go and get a SummerSlam recap later this month. Yes. That's right. That's like, what? Two weeks. Yeah. Two weeks. Two weeks in Vegas in Vegas recording the podcast in Vegas. Yes. So off I don't think we're going to do any sort of live show but we'll definitely be hanging out at a few places. We can always keep everyone posted full show. If you're going to be out there drop us a line. Let us know that way. We can keep you in the loop. Yeah. Also we did the hottest couple bracket? Yes. Submitted by one of our patrons that's right. Rachel Graham. Yes we have more of those to get to as well. We do it's like the flood gates have been opened rights. So many brackets now so many bright but we do have is that bracket going to be ready this month off? I don't know. I'm not sure yet probably the next month because SummerSlam is right here and it's so busy. But I mean, I work from a bracket. Yeah. Are too. I do have thought, you know, contingency plan if we need. Okay, so what's that? Oh SummerSlam 2002. Shawn Michaels vs. Hulk Hogan. Oh that's 2005. Oh mm. Yeah. Right. Yeah. SummerSlam 2002 was great. Yeah, Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels, right? Yeah. SummerSlam 2005. We're HBK magnifico magnifico magnificently. Thank you. I'm Josh Reese. Everyone over sold everything. Yeah. That Hogan dead. That's right. Yeah. Cuz fuck that guy fucked that guy. Yeah. Who, who likes Hogan? Crazy people. All right, so Smackdown starts with Simon. No Sasha Banks week. Yeah, I know this is weird. Believe it or not. Wait I'm sorry. Suck down, doesn't start with Roman Reigns. That's good. Yeah Smackdown also has a CGI robot to now cuz the future wrestling is Rome. Yeah. Like robo-wrestlemania mayor. Yeah. Totally. The Jetsons WWE movie. Yeah. Big Show blast from the past shows up dead. My God. Holy held. Who was the main star of that movie? Big shows a Big Show. No picture was the villain who was like the hero of the movie. I don't remember John Cena, John Cena and Sheamus home. Yeah, I think Seamus might have been there, but yeah, that's right. The future of wrestling is robots. Yeah. All your look at the movie Real Steel. Yeah. Clearly. That's where it's going to be God. Yeah, so yeah, I think box was like, Hey, USA got a robot. Why can't we have a robot? We're so cool. So yeah, so she gets the ring. She says, I came back from my spot life. I deserve. She laughed about attacking Bianca Bel-Air last week and she says, Bianca would be nothing without me. Bianca was crying before her match at WrestleMania because she was standing across from the greatest of all time. So Bellaire comes out until Sasha, you begged me to pick you. After I won the Royal Rumble so that we could make history at WrestleMania. But we are gets in the ring and Sasha leaves and stands on the announce table. Able and Bellaire tell Sasha if you want this, it's on. So then zelina Vega comes out and reminds Bianca that she already accepted her challenge. So, Bel-Air tell Sasha, I'll see you at SummerSlam and then she tells Vega, I'll see you tonight. So that's two matches that Bell are accepted. Wow, this is not difficult to understand unless you're Michael Cole off right now. I am talking about last night. Michael, yes, please. Michael. I don't think that gets utilized enough on. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And then he also said that Bell are challenged Vega? No, no, no, no. Big a challenge. Spell are yeah. Yeah. It's how is he that bad? He's been doing this job for twenty-five years. He's been with w. E. I know he still sucked. He was also in robo-wrestlemania. That's right. Rollins. Was in it. Yeah. Cody Rhodes was in it? Yeah. Do we figure out who the star was like, who the main character was? Ennis, McMahon? I don't remember off. Neither. Do I like Roman Reigns is on the poster. I don't think he was like, the hero though, is that? No, Alicia Fox Alicia Fox? Yeah, let me see. Let me look through this Thursday. We recap this movie. He did, we did. Oh, George Jetson. Michael Cole, was either here on the movie now, Bob Alicia. Fox wage. Real name is Victoria Crawford. Oh I was it Shamus. I think it was, it might have been the Usos were there. Seth Rollins Thursdays are good. God, maybe it was a big show. I'm so confused, Big Show was a villain though. Yeah, that's right. My God, let me look at the pictures and I think he was a face during that they're saying that maybe it was Seamus. Yeah, well as in all the fucking things it was fucking Thursday is we we watched this movie where you recapped it and I won't remember anything about. Yeah this is before Rousseau Penitentiary. Yeah. So clearly Seamus was Champion or something. Yeah, well there's vents gosh. Anyways, go listen to that. I think that was the second movie we ever recap. It could have been the first one was the marine and then the second one was robo-wrestlemania. God help us all. What was I smoking? Yeah, let's watch that. You know, man. All right, so back to the show, the originally said that Vega vs. Bel-Air were before the title that night. But then later in the show, Adam, Pierson, Sonya DeVille, tell, Vega that it's not for the title and she has to beat Bel-Air first, and then she'll get a.
"george jetson" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"About three minutes time into a sports car that drove out of the airport and onto the highway. Second prototype with a stronger engine and better range is in the works. The air car is among dozens of efforts all over the world to develop everything from air taxis to commercial jet packs. Flying cars could still become a thing. And maybe sooner than you think. Is this good? Bad or ugly? Vivian? You know, Greg. I grew up watching the Jetsons and so The thought of this At first, you're like, Oh, this is great, but I worry that it's ugly. I mean the innovation. The technology is brilliant. It was amazing watching that video and seeing this thing actually work, like fly in the air and then land and go driving along the road. But maybe it's just because I just finished reading a book about climate change. And I just think this is another thing that wealthy individuals are going to want to have. And it's you know, single person commuting. How many resources is, does it take to build these darn things could we actually spend more time spending more resources on mass transit? Instead of melting the entire earth's glaciers just so we can have a Ricard's running around and also the technology. I mean, I mean, I'm just sitting here thinking driving is the most dangerous thing we do now because everybody's on their cell phones. I can just see all these people talking on their cell phones whizzing around in the air. And what happens when one of these things you know, I can protect myself from crashes just by not getting on the road. But what do you do when these things are like flying up in the air, and they crash right above you and the stuff comes down? I don't know. All right, I sense I should have asked somebody else first. No. Just kidding. Just good, bad or ugly. Charles. Vivian's already made the Jetsons reference. But I want to point out that the flying car that George Jetson had with the push of a button. It folded all the way up into a briefcase that he carried with him into the office and you'll note Wayne. They were still working in offices in whatever Jetsons was set in which, given that the Jets and was created in 19 in the sixties was probably like Oh, I don't know 2000 and three or something some really far off year that they thought it was back then. So, um, I mean, Vivian's right. Think of what traffic is like on like 6 10 nowadays and then ask yourself how much more night marriage that would be if all of those cars were in the air. I mean that arguably you could say, Well, then they won't all be trying to exit at the same place and it won't be as crowded. But yes, they all are ultimately still going to the same destinations. They all are still sharing the same space. And the crashes are going to be inevitable, and Vivian's right will betide the person who's underneath When your neighbors flying Porsche crashes into somebody else's flying SUV. It's going to be ugly, and we have no idea what to do with it. In theory, flying car sounds great in practice, Build me an umbrella that can protect me from the debris. That's what I'm asking, Okay. Let's see if it's three for three. And I think we've really shattered Craig's dreams here. Just just a little bit. Wayne Drama drama just to go back to your Your Incredible question, Charles. Why, though, hashtag? Why, though? If we're going to have quote flying cars? That means as Vivian pointed out very well, we're going to have People drive flying those cars. So that means you're texting drivers. You're drunk drivers, your teen drivers how out of control? Could this possibly get? It's amazing to me because even now you know, we look up and we see a big, beautiful sky. But even now, especially in your metropolitan areas, the skies are full with planes. And so to imagine having car traffic up there. I mean, it would just be wild like who is going to regulate all of that? Who's gonna be the air traffic controller for that? That would be crazy. I can't imagine this going well, and especially if the car can only fly for, like, 35 minutes. And that ain't getting you over the Atlantic folks. It should be noted that if when we get to the point of having Technologically sufficiently advanced cars that can fly. We would probably also have, by this point.
"george jetson" Discussed on 600 WREC
"George Jetson. Flying cars by 2030. Jonathan. Welcome in. So is this part of the Biden Infrastructure Gazillion dollar package. It sure is not no In this case. It is the statement of the head of European Division of Sunday. And the guy named Michael Cole. He's the head. He's the chief executive of that, who has said that he predicts, by 2030 blind cars are going to be a reality like that's not just gonna be, you know, prototypes or whatever. They're going to be a thing. And this is something that like you were alluding to J T. To me. This is like one of the three big bits of What? I was promised a future withhold, which was flying cars, jetpacks and meals until form. So it looks like according to Michael Cole, we're heading to one of those three things. All right. So the flying car idea I absolutely love it, But I think they should make the exterior of all these cars out of that same rubber that is used for super balls when you so if you hit somebody up there, you bounce off each other, and there's no collision, so This is a whole new problem for the F A A and regulations for the auto industry. What's the reality of this by 2030? If in fact we do have a flying car situation Yeah, I think that Michael called my a little optimistic here because in my mind the way that flying cars are most likely going to work is that they won't be personal vehicles. It'll be more like, you know, flying taxis and flying delivery vehicles. That sort of thing. And my guess is that they're going to have to be autonomous. Simply because if you have this under human control, there's just too many things that you have to worry about, Like power lines, You know, stuff that you don't have to worry about When you're driving on the surface. I'm just looking right out the window right now, JT, I'm looking down constantly in Avenue in Atlanta. I'm looking at all the trees, the buildings, the power lines, traffic lights, telephone poles. All this stuff. That you normally wouldn't have to even think of when you're driving a car. But if you're flying, that would obviously be something you have to worry about. And it brings up a lot of questions. Like where do you land these things? Do you have designated spots where you land, So you can't really go point to point like, would I be able to get picked up outside my house and fly to the airport? Or would that be impossible? But I have to have like a designated like a hell a pad almost specifics, but Yeah, I don't know. That was my next question. And he's going to operate more like an airplane where you have to glide down to the runway. Or they could operate like helicopters, where you can just hover and then drop down Nice and gently wherever you want to talk about some parallel parking This is going to be more like like drones, right? Like the quadcopter drones just up to a large enough size where they can hold multiple passengers. So we're talking about four propellers where you can do vertical takeoff and landing because, obviously, as you point out, JT, if you need to have tarmac, you know, you have to have space to take off and land that really limits the usefulness of the technology. So I mean, I think that it's a possibility. I think that it would be really interesting to see by 2030. But just looking at the slow progress we've had for autonomous cars that are on the crowned. I feel like it's a very aggressive goal. I would not be surprised if this is something where it becomes one of those magical things. We talk about this always 10 to 20 years in the future and never seems to get closer. Well, I you know, we say that and next thing you know, we're going to wake up one day. I mean, what? Worry everything about cell phone. Could we ever conceived that back in 1950, But Flying cars. I think we have the technology. So what about the FAA? The government regulations, the safety NTSB. Are they on board with this? Are they even scratch the surface surface of discussion on this? Certainly they're aware of the technology wanting to be out there and people moving in that direction. So what about the flip side of the folks that are going to control what we do up in the skies? Yeah, that's going to be something that we're going to see step up over the next couple of years, I think, but if we again looking at autonomous cars, that's a technology that advanced faster than the law did Right. We started to see that right streets before states even have lost. Follow it. This is typically what we see in technology where we see technological advancements that go well faster than our legal system does. And then it's all about catch up after that, so I'm thinking We're going to see the same thing. But because we're talking about big companies working with this, I imagine that we are going to see a lot of lobbying to have those kind of discussions and regulations and laws. Set out so that we can make this a possibility. I think it's kind of cool if we can pull it off and get it done safely. Jonathan Strickland, the podcast is tech stuff. Thank you so much. Jonathan. Thanks for JT Take in a world.
"george jetson" Discussed on WTVN
"Oh, my gosh. It's so nice, isn't it? Wow, Nice and Warm today. Summer like so awesome. Thank you for listening Mark Blazer over there That is Josh sees Well, um, you know, we've talked to you and warned you before on this show about the damage that beavers Can cause and you know beavers are We found to be destructive. They are unpredictable. Other sneaky. Yes, they are. Can't trust a beaver? No, um and boy did it rear its ugly head yet again. How many, But I mean, I feel like we have the least one beaver story a month. It seems that way. We usually run across something to do with beavers and again because they are destructive. On. Do you know they're sneaky and so on. But they're you know, Internet outages. I think that we experience that from time to time, at least in my house. I don't believe a beaver was responsible for it. Although sometimes you can't really figure out why you had an Internet outage. He just starts working again. And who am I to say? There could be a beaver running around outside? That could be part of that. I'm not sure. But there was an entire town that lost the Internet because of a beaver. Um, and it was in Canada Small town in Canada figures. That's where they're they originate from. I believe that there's a lot of beavers in Canada. They originated from there. Yeah, I think that's like where they they spawned from right? Um, there was a spokesperson that was talking about it's Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. They lost their Internet around four a.m.. And that is when most beavers are active. They are active. They will cause destruction. And I think for a M is that's easily provable. I would think the whole town lost their Internet because of an angry beaver. Think about that. I again I don't They're unpredictable. And you can't you can't really They're sneaky. So this is something that you know you can't be too careful in this situation. But yeah, there was a a Maine fiber optic cable servicing the town want. How do you also It must be a very small town is all I could think there was one optic if a fiber optic cable for the whole town's Internet replaced the cable all wait. We can't nobody will have Internet if we replace them Beaver gnomic. Just not on until it was gone. Yep. You gotta watch out for that. Beavers will cause and tires towns to lose the Internet and Let's bring in from ABC News, Alex Stone so much I could say right now, but I'm not going to keep going. Oh, I just wanted to, you know, we were just talking about. It's the fact that Internet challenges aren't uncommon. We know about that sometimes, but you know, how can you be sure I have. It happened at my house from time to time. A beaver could be responsible. Alex, if you ever You ever deal with anything like that? Just keep just keep that in mind. Quiet. I'm just quiet over here. Well, we've known them, you know, we usually do somehow a story will happen. That a beaver is involved in. It seems like that we talked about and the fact that their destructive and sneaky and unpredictable those are things that especially this one happened around four a.m.. And we know that's the pretty active during that highly aggressive beaver. This one was. Yeah, that's from what we're reading. Yeah. Okay, So all right, Alex. Welcome in once again, and, uh, All right. So Gavin Newsom is this even though we're seeing this enough votes here to to recall them. Does it really happen? I mean, give us the story on this. Well, yeah. So the easy part WASI for supporters of the recall effort was to get the 1.6 million signatures that Yeah. They took several months outside a grocery stores outside of Other places where a lot of people are coming and going and they got a lot of names on there. And to the credit of those who've been putting this together. They got tons of extra knowing that some would be thrown out. And they were that once the signatures were verified that You know, somebody signs Mickey Mouse or George Jetson. And so they've got extra knowing that they would need that. And what happened yesterday was that they got verified that 1.6 million of the signatures that they got our are valid. They needed 1.4 million. But now they've got to convince half of California's 22 million voters that Governor Gavin Newsom should be recalled. And Yeah, this state. No secret is very, very blue that yes, There are some very red areas in Central California and far northern California much more sparsely populated parts of the state. The most heavily populated of the San Francisco Bay area and of Los Angeles. These areas that lean heavily heavily Democrat that now the big challenges on to try to convince and then supporters of the recall effort say they feel like they can get independents and Democrats on board who are fed up with Gavin Newsom in everything he did during Hold it and saying Don't go out. And then he was caught out of the French laundry restaurant and you knave, a county with friends and without a mask on that he's a hypocrite yet that they feel like that that they can convince The those who otherwise would support him that they should toss him out. Polling right now indicates that they're gonna have a real uphill battle 56% of Californians and the last poll that was out Said that they wouldn't even consider re calling Governor Gavin Newsom 30. Some odd percent said they were for it, but there's a long time left to go that likely that they haven't said the date yet for the recall election, But we're probably looking at September, October November That things could change between now and then, but but definitely it uphill battle. Well, it seems like just from, you know, watching everything go down from here in Ohio during kind of following this. He makes it really easy. Don't want to replace it. If you Why are you behaving this way? Why are you know? Like the two faced and like you pointed out the French laundry into that, You know a whole bunch of others, but it just seems like it would be easy, But I don't. I don't think it's really going to be that easy. No, it doesn't seem like it's gonna be with the population that that's in California that you've got Silicon Valley that is so blue and and Hollywood and then the money around L. A and San Francisco That that it is going to be tough. And now you've got what we saw in 2003. When Arnold Schwarzenegger became governor, that this kind of circus atmosphere where every name who wants to get recognized is getting into the race. You know Mary Carey, the former porn star. She's back in it. She was in it. No. Three. Now, Caitlyn Jenner is in it, and she seems to be at this point. The most well known Republican named it to get in it. And then you've got Democrats Karen Bass being one of them, who has criticized the other day, saying she just does not believe that Republicans in California Would vote for a trans woman to represent the Republican Party in this state. But there are other the Republicans who are maybe not as well known, but Taken more seriously, in the sense of their political history of who have been mayors of San Diego and mayors of some other areas that they're jumping into it as well. So we'll see where it develops. It's pretty much certain now. There will be a recall vote, but there are still a couple of hurdles. Now They've got to give 30 days for people to withdraw their names off of the petition, but likely hundreds of thousands of people are not going to do that. That's what would have to happen for. That the effort TOC sale at this point, then they have to do some other things put together a cost analysis on what it's going to cost to do all this, But in the end, it's some point, probably in the fall. There's gonna be two questions on a balance. Do you want to recall Gavin Newsom? And if yes, who do you want to replace Gavin Newsom, and that's exactly what we saw in 2003. Same thing. Except this time, it won't be about Gray Davis. And Arnold Schwarzenegger won't be jumping in there. But it's something that doesn't happen very often here in California, but happened then and it could very much happen now, and that's what Governor Newsome knows that. And that's why he's really ramping up a campaign. He's hiring campaign staffers again. He's holding events every day. He's opening things up now and saying, Look, look how great an open California's and the economy in California he is getting back into campaign mode because Even though that the polling would indicate right now he would be successful Couple of months down the road. Nobody knows and Gray Davis didn't take it seriously, and he got booted out. So Newsome he sees what happened in 2003 and Right now. He's ramping up and getting ready for a fight. All right. We will continue to follow this. Alex Stone ABC News out of Los Angeles. Thanks, man. Appreciate it. You gotta see a man. Hey, Columbus City Council, approving the police review board members and The they're calling it the controversial nominee to say the least..
"george jetson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Him to George Jetson. I wrote my column for the Herald tomorrow, say about George Jetson, and that's the headline in The Herald on the Herald website. About comparing Joe Biden to George Jetson. Maybe we'll listen to that cut after after the break me, Joe Biden. Suited to do it to do it to return to return to his boy Hunter. Not like Elroy, who was a very good boy. He has a dog that bites not like Astro. A very nice dog. It's Saturday. Biden administration is the most transparent administration of decades. I agree that you can see right through those guys. Yes, that's a very good way to put it, and she does anyone Other than these, these horrible maggot deplorables. Really, really big grudge. Vice president Camel Harris piece of German chocolate cake when she's visiting the loop. Chicago. They said that come and pastor infiltrated the White House briefings. I knew it. No press Secretary could be that dumb. Yeah. Apparently, they don't think she asked a lot of questions. She kept passing questions up for the The designated courtiers of the press corps to ask, But of course they never..
"george jetson" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Chris. Mcconnell office come to space is a teacher but because she's a piece of gonna fuck six ways to sunday even data this for space to move to space. Why wouldn't you pick up lake. A las vegas prostitute. I look here's the deal you're looking at like looking at a good five years. We keep telling you to stay off the strip. You just keep showing backup. Christopher mccall or we can send you to the space station and you can do real hard work for america. Yeah and you can ball out. All the astronauts on the international space station meet some fine gentlemen from other countries. Doug scovill yeah you can borrow ball out like the dog the dogs here. And then we'll we'll have data and everybody wins like you don't need to do all the spaceship relate like you know like the fucking zero gravity testing. And we're so. You're telling me that ronald mcnair. Greg jarvis ellison unas zucca j. smith dick's gobi and judith. Resnik will all feast on christa mcauliffe when ballin all ball and ball control see. That was the whole thing at the last minute. They pulled the plug. Because they're like you know what this was to be heroes and if they get into space and it gets loose leagues no pun intended. That all. they're doing. There is rolling around in the hay. Is that your conspiracy theory that they shot down the challenge of sex in space from happening. That's a good sexiest basement. Was doug skopje's idea addicts kobe's idea michael. J. smith like i haven't been leading. An ron. mcnair. Zakharova judy resnick's. I've never done anything with women. But i'm open to assure you know i've always had uptight lovers who get jealous and and you know kristen. Mcauliffe might be the best looking teacher on the southern. You know when. I'm up there and it's been five weeks five weeks. I'm like i'm ready. I love gravity or not right. Yeah fuck gravity dam so it'd be great because it'd be the best like at this point you're talking about five and six ways it just becomes a gang bang but it's it's a loving because like chris mcauliffe will be like disco. You'll be trying to get it in and then she'll float away and then junior fast nagel taker and start looking on boobs and ship and it'll just be like nothing but really really awesome feeling for everybody and that's why they looked so happy and sprite when they were walking to the gm crv to take them to the launch pad because they had practiced the night before water. And let me tell you why that was a a real seen and heard it here first. Yeah the challenger what they're doing is they're challenging sex laws challenging where people belong in terms of sex they're also challenging positions norms normative positions. We could come up with a brand new position. Do an entire new suit or up there. Yeah the com- cosmic sutra s and no one the wiser sixpence on the wiser. And we come back and they would ask me. Okay dick's kobe. What was it like You know testing out if a koala can live and spending like it was a good There's not my favorite part and But it was good. No what was your favorite part. He's like that's classified and then yes looks to kristen wink. Chris husband's very confused. What am and then crystal doesn't want to do it. I feel conflicted. Because the i had literally had sex. That was out of this world seriously. Yeah legitimate out of the world but instead they blew up survived and it's like nasa has millions of dollars and the only thing up. There was a mattress with no sheets on it and stains like this is what we're supposed to use. They're like yeah it's floating mattresses floating all around the cabin and they're like pins mattress down half a bottle of swiss navy blue that prince all over it. Now ron mcnair is trying to over ron. Mcnair mcnair the earliest member of the group. And you're the only one with the moustache. Please hold the mattress down. So ellison zucca can go yard on judy resnik while greg jarvis and christa mcauliffe watch and do mutual masturbation the ronald reagan said. We're supposed to do it. We're going to say no to the president. One person said none of the president from brady second conspiracy. Oh my god steve. Hurley was up there as well directing traffic. Their is waiting for you. All right. i got in there. Aren't spacey god. You're transmissions from the space shuttle challenger walk picked up by radio. Stay like a radio station. In italy we have this exclusive suppressed from ham ham radio. As do i need them. Care selected we re finally fishermen found. This was nothing but bakanov for weeks. Probably get tired of having all the sex and space on no in space ice cream bologne town. I'm gonna come on fitna come. And then he pulled out the hood the hose. Yeah you gotta come in the house are it's gonna they're like. Oh and then you know. Michigan trolls like Michigan charles challenges. Understanding guys are having a good time up there. Lots of the live to the doctor. Spock shows up and saw finding bones. It's god it dr. Not a porn star and they've blown new civilization with these run out of gas dot. Catherine kirk baragan doctor. Spock and bones. Show up in life is out there goddamn. We're here from the future. The future past. We just wanna make we wanna see what's going on. The ship appear star airspace. And then the mcnair. So that's not the only thing that these women raised lying around all from fucking all day. I know i'd be exhausted from fucking zero gravity all day near like this is george jetson shows with room jared saw and then daughter members and qatar. Judy judy is looking good at photo. That live photo elroy dirty. Show up go wild. And then they throw them in the next. Mayor's decision for children will make an exception for young elroy. Jetson eating out kristie mccullough points like i'm just thinking of my students back home.
"george jetson" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
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Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations
"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier quarter especially pleased with the success of our correct. The consumer business and our recent strategic reorganization has enabled us to accelerate. The company. Said it was a dc first business model and further grow our streaming services disney plus has exceeded even our highest expectations. Meanwhile the parts visions revenue dropped less than anticipated down by fifty three percent the company announcing that covert has headed two point six billion dollar impact on the parks divisions operating income as a result of closures and reduced capacities. Where we've been able to reopen are with limited capacity guest have consistently demonstrated a willingness and a desire to visit which we believe is a testament to the fact that they feel confident. In the health and safety protocols we've put in place average daily attendance at walt disney world significantly from q for q one japex saying they're continuing to invest to build out different features of their parks and they said they are very pleased with the reservations and consumer interest in visiting parks. Melissa of course that's going to be in focus as they start to get to be able to increase their capacity in florida and are allowed to open up here in california. All right julia. Thank you julie. Borsen the latest on disney. Which is up three percent after hours. Dia dommie how do you like the stock. How do you like what they said on this. Call well kudos again. I mentioned the last night sort of took a pass on the kudos. I'll give it to her anyway. And tim who've been all over this and so listen. I'm not a huge fan of treadmills and this is going somewhere. Mel by the way suggest indulge me for a second but you get on a treadmill. You go eight miles an hour maybe walk. Maybe put down your honor for forty five minutes but when you get off your exactly where you started and i bring that up because listen. It's great that they keep adding people to disney plus i get it but as rich greenfield amongst. Many others pointed out our food down twenty-eight percent every year i'll tell you what that means because that's the game we play here but effectively a lot of ways that running in place. Now the naysayers will say. That's a bad thing. That's going to lead to decline in stock. And the optimists will say they're going to be able to monetize all those people there all by drew barrymore short with the delorean on it and those types of thing and maybe they'll go mr toad wild ride when the parks reopened. I'm not nearly as optimistic. So it's not a great ride valuations now or at levels where i don't think it necessarily should be okay and then it pick up on that point because i also read that tweet so this past quarter the arp average revenue per user was four dollars and three cents for disney plus and a year ago is five dollars and fifty six cents. Tim should we not care about this at this early stage of growth for disney for the streaming service. I don't think so. I mean i no. I don't think so. And i think you know guy may be like george jetson on the treadmill. I avoid treadmills i. I'd rather be out there and disney's running through the streets right now with with ninety five million and essentially when you add in hulu and espn plus. We heard those numbers. This strategic reorganization is part of the excitement. Here again. this division is up. Seventy three percent during a period when netflix is been in a sweet spot of engaged in couldn't be in a better position disney's outperform the stocks outperform disney from net flicks by almost forty percent since since august. But even over the last couple of years it's outperformed net flicks which we would all certainly agree is also making a move especially in terms of profitability. But again do we care about that. With netflix's should we care about that with disney when also they're showing that they can at least be profitable and their core business through very difficult times on the way out of kobe. So look i understand the profitability issues. At some point disney's got to create their own content. We know that's very expensive. But if you're asking me you know from from an investor's perspective. Am i happy with with the metrics that are driving the stock to move higher and thirty nine times five bucks. A share of two thousand and twenty two is is not expensive when you consider what is being paid for net flicks.
"george jetson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Brush your teeth three times a day does that take care of it is even things back up. Well, I mean, yeah, but I mean, it depends upon you know, we're all differently, all different levels of community. So, um, yeah, There are people out there who brush frequently, but they still have problems and they need to see their dentist. There's You know, the devil cleaning is when you brush your chief, you could get down. Maybe a couple millimeters into a pocket. But what dental cleaning they get way down deep into these pockets actually break up The biofilm. A biofilm was a collection of Maybe different bacteria, and they make this this goo over themselves to protect themselves and just regular scraping type stuff doesn't get to him. We've got to do like an ultrasound therapy deep in the periodontal pockets, break up that by a film, and then after we've got all the bugs out of there, then it's when it's really important to start that. World care probiotic that we talked about that probe I or a plus? Because that's gonna make put new back good back here in your mouth, So the bad stuff can't grow back. What's better, like a regular toothbrush, electric toothbrush, a outboard motor toothbrush with a gasoline engine to stroke or, like a water pick the outboard motor. But actually, actually, my wife's recommends the the ultrasonic type electric toothbrush all our patients because it It's not just the brushing action. But it sets up the ultrasound into the down deeper deeper into the pockets and helps break up some of that biofilm that the bacteria like a bronze, or Phillips or someone with the little round headed goes around and vibrates. That I got when I've had one of those fears. I love it. It's in its own American. It's a lot less work, you know, get if I got a machine to brush my teeth for me, I'm down. It's like George Jetson, right? Exactly what I get the and I go to my doctor twice a year. I got my dentist, right? Have my my check up. Everything's fine. He gets mad at me says I'm gonna money off of you on D gives me it's like, OK. Do you want the toothbrush? I don't want the toothbrush. Yes, they voiced the toothbrush on me. What's with the toothbrush? Foisting. I was like, I've got an electric toothbrush at home. I don't need the manual toothbrush. It's like, why would you are you pushing on that need is a way for you to get more business. How does that work Because it's a crappy toothbrush. Uh, yeah, We actually don't give those two brushes out anymore. Just because we encourage our patients to use the sonic care The Phillips, right? My wife has one. We have the same toothbrush, right? We've got like a two pack of Costco. And every time she goes, she gets the damn free toothbrush. What do you need this for it so well, it's free. It's like, just quit being stupid. Don't don't take the free toothbrush. You got it. We got all these toothbrushes We don't use in our house. You need a toothbrush, Doctor. All solemn back to your whack it up with you. Yeah, it got Dennis. Name out If you remember who you're supposed to be. Oh, well, yeah, I don't mind it, Dennis. But some people are afraid of the dentist too. That's another factor, right? It's like a e mean I don't get that myself. Maybe because I've never had No dental disease before, so I've had at the drill and all that nonsense, but I get why people are afraid but man you're talking about, you know, possibly having a heart attack or stroke here..
"george jetson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"W Away. I This is sidebar. Nico LaHood and Welcome, George. That's a bad ass song. Jeremy Goodwin. Yeah, playing me this guy. Did you hear what I heard? I think I was driving in and cussing a lot because I'm such a mature Christian. And I was thinking about how they have this flying car prototype. And I thought, man what I would do right now to be the stunt, man. Oh, my God. Here because the traffic Yeah. George Jetson. Trays texting. I'm stuck in traffic accident. Yes. So traffic at nine o'clock in the morning or in the Saturday? Well from here. Well, it's even worse. You missed the best part of the show. I know. We'll just have to. Where's depends? Thanks for the visual. Well, we were talking about and I wanted to continue because we were we were. We were trying To wait because we know you have a new opinion on and we were just Yeah, we were just talking about how the government is now, I guess. Trying tol about our conduct in depth interviews with people that may have different thoughts from what they want us to think and how dangerous that is, Don't you, George? We're talking about that The whole conversation are the narrative of domestic terrorism and how that's taken over. I mean, it's true thing about the news cycle. What's the most important threat that it isn't the Americans facing? It is these fools whoever they were this storm the Capitol. Obviously, I don't I've never heard anybody on either side and say that that was okay. No one said that. No, no. What I said that I mean to gather outside the capital that that's no different as the Constitution the first Amendment to peacefully protest into assemble peacefully. I just don't remember this type of attention for antifa again. And when you bring that up, people always think you're trying to justify what happened at the Capitol. Let me be very clear all those idiots that they broke the law. Should be prosecuted. I should even call the media because they deserve due process. Sorry, but what I'm saying is, But there's there's There's many, many more. I want to hear the same passion against the Aunt Eva people that destroyed cities for months. Forget about however many hours this happened. I'm talking for months. I just went logical, consistent behavior and and fairness. This is truly due process and fundamental. Fair play. Yeah. You know, I'm really worried about these squishy definitions that could basically fit anyone at you know, for any reason. I'm thinking about the 2001 U. S a Patriot Act actually talks about the definition of domestic terrorism from I'm not Incorrect on that. And and it actually tie specific critical acts Nico to those individuals, the fact is, when you When you press these individuals with throwing around this term of domestic terrorism, there's no clarity. There's no criminal act. And there's no definition term. And so what worries me given where we're going here, Especially with this wave of censorship is that it could just well, can I be a domestic terrorist? Because I say something that is not congruent with the narrative, the state at a particular moment. Because the show be considered to Mexico. Terrorists call into question political leaders from both sides of the you know, because we could be critically think, but but George the thing that's most of more alarming and I think people should be aware of Is the lock stop in stock and barrel of all the mainstream media with the same narrative. You want to talk about a campaign because you think about political campaigns. You think about the same. You know your elevator speech, and everybody's saying the same thing and your three points and everybody should be saying the same thing. And there's a stretch of that. Well, you can see I can see the strategy and a lot of people can off of the mainstream media, the same talking points and then you've seen the videos out there where it's the same talking points as if someone's getting a memo on it wasn't me. Yeah, I gave him a script to read across the board. It's true. I've seen it myself, but isn't expression of opinion one way or another. I mean, isn't that America or was America and that's That's what's what's worrying me. Here is that speech and dissent can be considered those quote unquote acts or activities. That may be construed as criminal acts. And when you start criminalizing speech, then anything is possible and on anyone eyes in danger of the state, and that's just I mean, that's just not only obviously anti Christian, but it's decidedly anti American. It gonna be easing our way into this and to make that the clarity Obviously we always hear about the same. Example. You can't yell fire in a crowded theater. I get that because of you. Someone might get injured. You can't tell someone to shoot someone. And then they actually do it. I mean, so not all speech is protected. I get it, but a lot of it is and even stupid speech and even dumb ideas. Room to be protected. I get it. Not also. We're not gonna paint with a broad brush We can I can give example after example, is Of the type of speech that is not protected, which is fine and I think most people will agree with but t you The point that we're making here today is disagreement is not hate speech. I mean, that's what it's turned. And before this happened, remember, remember the whole hate speech because you disagreed with somebody just because you expressed an opinion? Maybe, you know, let's just be fair, a Christian or even an Islamic person that spoke out against a certain lifestyle that would be hate speech, although the Christians the only one that's told that you're giving the hate speech, But anyone that disagrees is Obara phobia or whatever, and that's not It's not true. It's just expressing an opinion. Is it logically consistent? Does it violate the law of non contradiction? And then you share thoughts? And then you hash it out and let the good idea when in the crappy one go to the voice side, But Nico, this notion of hate speech and criminalizing hate speech is a relatively new construct. This was not part of the heart of the First Amendment. No. You in fact that the whole point, the First Amendment just elaborate on your earlier point is that it's there, particularly to protect hostile speech speech that you find deeply hateful. In fact, so I always thought it was incongruent to come after this notion of hate speech, when the very heart of the First Amendment is to protect the right of someone to say something hateful. Now you may not like it. You can. You could gather people on your side. Todos rhetoric, You know, in response that hate speech, that's all fine and good. But the idea that you criminalize it. So if you can't if you can't say something, hatefully Can you say? What does the first Amendment protects speech that everyone agrees with? Yeah, there's no you don't need protection from from agreement. You needed protection from disagreement. And people don't get that idea I get. I'm not encouraging that. I mean, look, I've had people say a lot of means stupid things to me. There's no doubt about that. I I get it. I mean, you don't have to like it, and I don't like it, but I'll protect someone to say it. I will. I mean, you should see some of the messages I get yes, that I've gotten well when when the Netflix thing came out of my brother's murder and to be a killer, you know, I am a killer. I mean, serious that came out on, Netflix said. They had my brother's murder and that episode to our position on vaccines to whatever if I showed you guys and I showed you, George some of the private messages over the years, not recently, but well, I guess. Fairly recently. Maybe, but over the years and I I respond every one of them. They don't get a free shot. I'm not being out there. I don't respond in kind The way they do like I respond boldly, But, you know, set the record straight, but they haven't there entitled to that stupidity. They're entitled to it, and I don't want to ever squelch that. I want them to say it, but I really want to change their mind at some point with the truth. But if we continue down this road of being criticized for our opinions Is it even possible for Get a private citizen to protect themselves from being squelched or being, you know, erased because you feel one way or another. The only way to protect yourself is to vote. People indeed agree with what you're creating and understand the Constitution. That's it because once laws change, then you have to campaign and strategize on how to get people in office to change him back. It's a battle that way you have to understand the landscape in the political landscape and how laws come into play and how that affects your life and what you do it. You disagree with them and the justice system in the judicial system and the laws in the courts and lawyers and all that plays into it. It is an embarrassment. The voting in San Antonio or Bear County. It is an embarrassment. I mean, what is it, like 11% of people voted in the last mayoral race? I mean, mayor races. They're off cycle races, so City Council and mayor races are always tougher because you know you have a gubernatorial cycle and you have a presidential cycle. We just had a presidential cycle. So you're going to see 13? This is really not. I guess that great 35% 35% of the registered voters Vote a minute. On average. I mean, remember,.
"george jetson" Discussed on ITN Live
"Amazon alexa now. Act on his own and possibly turn off the lights and so again. You can't say you can't talk. You can't say with a straight face without laughing because you know this is just crazy. It's like we're living in a george jetson world and this is the beginning stages of it. I mean amazon launched a new feature yesterday at allows alexa to proactively complete tasks around the house. Such turning off the lights based on your habits and frequent requests You know they're they're calling them hunches Before alexa were asked for permission acting on something like lowering the thermostat before you went to bed. But now it's like the new proactive hunches are able though alexa will skip asking for permission. Skip asking permission and just start doing so since they said again. Oh now you wanna be funny. I land. let's make sure that doesn't get up asking for permission or a task and just turn off the lights. They'll turn off performance that the turn on the coffee maker. They will do whatever it wants to do. Because you have that in the house recording your conversations when you and the kids get into argument and you say something that you're not supposed say it records it to. I don't want that s basketball. I've got so here we go okay. I'm i'm gonna go on a tangent. You probably got more to say but again i've been fired up ready to go I got prime amazon prime. So i'm i'm deep in the amazon ecosystems. Will i got audible so news at like. I said i'm going to say amazon affiliate as well. I can't have this assistant doing things. Thanks that it should for me. It's supposed to respond to my request and do what i need to do. Is supposed to be like. Hey hey alexa. Tell me what the temperature is what the weather is. It's not supposed to just turn lights off for me. They don't know what. I wanna do this. Because i'm watching because it check it checks your panels. She don't love me. She don't know me you won't change alexa name. I'm a. I'm a. I'm a i'm a. I'm a gen he wins. He was look at me. Decide i in turn lights off But that just seems evasive. Right and again folks are already concerned about how the the the microphone thing. And i'll always being on kind of thing you can supposedly turn it off so it's not listening but again it could be recording this all all's privacy issues and now you got to hang trying to think for you knew on some artificial intelligence you watch it in your favourite show on tv so you got your your philips hue lights or whatever so okay. Soon as tv comes on. Netflix comes on alexa. Will turn the lights down. Whatever this cool. That's neat but again. I think that's overstepping the bounds. That a lot of people will want. I've i've talked to more folks within the last few months who have said they don't have any of these smart assistance in their house. Google or siri you as well right..
"george jetson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Else for when you work from the house. It's interesting. Very interesting. It's different. Um, I've enjoyed I've been enjoying a lot over all my poor family has to do with me since sometimes or a lot of times usually goes pretty well. Um We are also having a lot of fun. Tonight, and we'll get back into that in just a moment. With if you guys could make sure you send me that new audio Emailed like to get back and then I have a lot of fun with that. When more people are getting charged, and they were hearing more about them and finding out more about them from the riot at the Capitol. We'll get back back into that in a man, which is good fun. Friday night topic with Good. Have fun in the middle of the garbage we've been dealing with honestly. But the, uh Biden. I mean, my gosh, Stocks felt after Biden came out and said, Hey, we're gonna spend more money. $1.9 trillion My gosh, I mean, this is just unthinkable even in my almost 11 years of being on and in DFW now literally be 11 years a couple months. Which is insane. I can't believe that I've been doing my job not for about 21 years. Full time talk show host which is again still unbelievable. I cannot believe it. I really can't. But, um Uh, 1.9. Trillion is unthinkable number and now it's like whatever And this guy comes out. But I just You know, those stocks fell. Biden says. Oh, we're gonna spend a $1.9 million from a print it and give it to you. And my friends, right and all our bodies and stock so And you got other economists that were analyzing and they were not saying it was good. That's not gonna be good for the economy. Um Here's a great little piece from Guy who follows me on Twitter and I followed him. James Freeman, one of the opinion writers for One of the members the opinion panel for the Wall Street Journal in trying to justify the 1st 1.9 trillion of his plan Spending spree tonight Or last night, Biden described a sinking economy. He also oddly suggested a growing number. If this I heard this today, I'm like, what the hell is he talking? Excuse my language. What the heck is he talking about? He said. A growing number of top economist has shown That our death situation will be more stable, not less stable if the government embarks on this This well, he says that the government embarks on his death fueled spending bitch. But a growing number of top economists has shown that our death situation we more stable now less stable. If we spend this It's like, Oh, a growing number of top economists. I heard him say that it was in the new stem. What does that mean? Well, we're going number two hour gone. Who growing number? Yeah. How about we line up a week? You know this? The fact I could line up you and I could line up. Just do some research online for like 5 10 minutes we could line up. 20 Ah, conservative or middle of the road economist That would say this is not good. We're spending my we don't have. Or you could just start growing number holes. It's just like Get out of here. It's just spend more money. We're in control you, you put us in control. And I can't believe what I heard say, but we all know it's true. This is what happens when you don't vote. Like some Trump supporters did in Georgia. They stayed home. They didn't vote. You give us a Democrat Senate in Bernie. Flipping. Sanders is going to be in charge of the budget committee, however, are on the budget committee in the Senate. I like what I mean, This is insane. Who does that? Well, that's what happens when, um That's what happens when you don't vote and you let the Democrats take over the Senate, too. Horrible. What the hell are you thinking? Yes, too horrible candidates. That wouldn't have even one. If people would have just voted, they chose to non voting. That's why we don't didn't when the Senate back or keep the Senate on believable. The F A. A Approved the first fully automated commercial drone flights. Cos. Granted permission to operate drones without hands on piloting. So I guess they're gonna have Fully automated commercial drones. I mean, this is this is a list. This is not a disgrace is very scared of me. I don't know what's gonna happen. Makes me think about George Jetson. The Jetsons and I don't want to see these things buzzing everywhere and something bad is going to go down. This is I am not comfortable with this. I don't like this. I'm sure somebody can explain it to me and show me why I shouldn't worry about that. I'm not. I'm not digging it. No, thank.