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Fresh update on "getty" discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Is it strange. Apparently nikki manashe. Who's a musical artist of some sort and instagram person and curvaceous beauty and. She tweeted her support for tucker carlson coming to her aid last night on his show in the great t. T d trinidadian testicle debate. So anyway if you're just joining the story midstream. At some point this nikki massage. Character had tweeted that she was hesitant to take the vaccine. She was still studying it and praying on it. Because her cousin's friend in trinidad got the vaccine and now has swollen testicles impotent and his marriage has been called off i feel like it was singular swollen testicle. But you could be right. I don't recall whether it was one or both but at any rate which would be more disturbing for some reason. I feel like it'd be really really really so at any rate. Somebody apparently took this semi seriously and the health minister of trinidad. dr terence unpronounceable. Wait a second. A government official from trinidad has responded. Well he felt the need to weigh in for some reason and he did twenty one one of the reasons we could not respond yesterday in retain to miss. Manosh is that we have to check on. Make sure that what he was. Claiming was either true or false redid on unfortunately wasted so much time yesterday. Rundown this false clean. It is as far as we know at this point. In time there has been no such reported. Either side effect or advent. We set up a checkpoint. On the main highway through trinidad and checked testicles of every man who came through it piled up traffic for hours and hours we are. We're on able to find a single case of what ms manashe described. It seems to us here in trinidad. Based on our expertise that the size of his testicles fall within the range of normal. Furthermore we'd like to know why the world's greatest superpower is holding an argument between nicki minaj. Jewelry tucker carlson and some anonymous friend of a friend who's balls have sold. Don't you have anything better to do. Love trinidad while on the large side of normal and quite impressive. It does not fall out of two standard deviations of normal right fine and then then i guess there was an god. Forgive me for bringing this up now. Nikki massages in a fight with the white house over whether they invited her to visit or not to discuss the vaccine..
Nation's Top General Reportedly Held Secret Meeting to Cut off Trump From Nukes
"So bob woodward's out with a brand new book is he is Roughly weekly this one includes some amazing claims about general milley. The chairman of joint chiefs going outside the chain of command making clandestine contacts with china around the time of the election and the january sixth fracas. Also nancy. Pelosi going not sinned. In the claiming trump was insane and the nuclear codes needed to be taken away from him. Jen griffin did a terrific job. Is she always does on fox news encapsulating some of it. Let's let's go ahead and hit clip. Sixty one multiple pentagon officials tell me that some of the characterizations in the woodward and cost book are quote. Nonsense there was no secret meeting over nuclear procedures or attempt to undermine the president's authority. Here's what we do know. Two days after the capital riot house. Speaker nancy pelosi revealed she called general milley about taking the nuclear football away from president trump to prevent quote an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike pentagon officials pushing back on suggestions in the new woodward and cost a book that general milley put himself in the chain of command. I can report from my own conversations at the time with senior military sources. That during that phone call speaker pelosi was distraught following the events in the capital that day and was screaming demanded that general milley take the nuclear football away from the president. Those privy to the phone call told me at the time that general milley tried to reassure her and pushed back and repeatedly said madam speaker. You know i can't do that. You know milley told pelosi. There are lots of checks in the system to trump from going rogue pelosi then told me he's crazy you know he's crazy and remember. This is like right after the capital thing had happened. So she's you know all worked up he's crazy and what he did. Yesterday is further evidence of his craziness policy added referring to the capitol right. According to the book. Miller responded i agree with you on everything
Fresh update on "getty" discussed on The Armstrong & Getty Show
"So the next day The kind of dolls that right pagan signs under bathroom mirror while you're in the shower, the kind of dolls that were in that movie that gave you such bad night terrors. You wet your girlfriend's bed barista. She'll always be the one that got away. You make for the airport and returned back to security as quickly as possible. Your luggage lists but relieved. The feeling lasts until you get back to your room where a dog that fell from the suitcase. Waits to greet you. Don't let a suitcase full of dolls ruin your vacation. Go on a real vacation. Door being learn more Garvin dot com. Hi, I'm Jeff Williams. Even though I.
Blinken Defends Afghan Withdrawal at Testy U.S. Congressional Hearing
"Blinken yesterday faced harsh republican criticism for the withdrawal and the chaos congressman. Michael mccall. This was an unmitigated disaster of epic proportions blinken defended that withdrawal saying the biden administration had inherited the deadline which came with no plan. There's no evidence. The staying longer would have made the afghan security forces or the afghan government. Any more resilient today he goes before the senate foreign relations committee
Wet Notes - 9-13-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one
Bill Maher: NFL's Move to Play 'Black National Anthem' Is 'Segregation'
"We have bill maher on the nfl. Let's let's hear that to me when people say to me sometimes like if you go after the left a lot these days why because you're embarrassing me that's why going after the way you never did before reverting things that i am not going to give up on being liberal. This is what these teachers are talking about that. That you're taking children and making them hyper aware of race. In a way they wouldn't otherwise be. I mean i. I saw last night on the football game Alicia keys sang. Lift every voice and sing. Which now. I hear is called the black national anthem now. Maybe we should get rid of our national anthem. But i think we should have won national anthem. I think when you go down a road where you're having to different national anthems colleges sometimes now. Have many of them have different. Graduation ceremonies for black and white separate. Dorms is what i mean segregation. You've inverted the idea. We're going back to that under a different
Biden to Require All Federal Workers, Contractors Be Vaccinated
"President biden is going to require that all federal workers and millions of government contractors be vaccinated against covert nineteen said a source close to a source with a source island unveil executive orders setting those requirements to day as part of a broader plan to combat the spread of the dreaded chinese bat.
Powerful Earthquake Hits off Coast of Haiti
"Were a powerful earthquake has struck off the coast of the island. A U. S Geological survey puts the magnitude at seven point Oh, no immediate word on damage or injuries. A tsunami warning was not issued. As the U. S
NCAA Undervalues Women’s Basketball by Millions, Report Says
"Them with their phone and hooton and berating him and stuff was neutral stock hades of old thrown tomatoes. Adam and whatnot. Exactly too bad. They weren't serving meals. His parents were worth two million dollars in. Some other lawyers are suing because he was improperly restrained according to faa regulations. You're not allowed to duct tape somebody to a seat or you could raise a non whole. I don't know or teach him not to get hammered on a flight. If you can't duck tape into the seat how about you. Just throw them out the door. Then yeah that's fine. That's fine with me. So a big new report is out. That's getting a fair amount of attention. It's the nc double a.'s. External review on gender equity. Wait a minute not equality but equity remember. That's that's equal
India's Pandemic Death Toll Could Be in the Millions
"More coming out about india near times. The death toll from the corner virus pandemic in india so far likely to exceed three million nearly ten times the official figure making it the worst human tragedy in the nation's history according to a comprehensive new
Biden to Sign Bill Designating Pulse Nightclub a National Memorial
Steve Kerr: Kevin Durant 'More Gifted' Than Michael Jordan
"Steve. Kerr says kevin durant is more getty. Take it away. Then michael jordan so kerr coaster for three seasons as we know golden state warriors the nba finals all three years. That katie played for them. They won two titles. He was the finals. Mvp in both championships and had amazing performances. Now they could've probably pulled off a three peat if if it wasn't for durant's that that obviously achilles pop it on him against the raptors final season. Now steve kerr also play. Played with michael jordan won two titles with mj with the bulls so his perspective on this obviously is something that is interesting because he played with jordan but coach durant and listen to what he said nbc bay area about kevin durant and his comparison to jordan is the most talented basketball player on earth If not of all time. Honestly he's just so gifted played with michael jordan. And and and i know i think he's more gifted i really do. I mean it saying something but kevin is a different entirely different breed. I mean six eleven With guard skills unlimited three point range passing blocking at the rim. It's just stunning and watching him. This year was really really ratifying to see
Iran Elects New President Ebrahim ‘the Butcher’
"Elected a butcher in iran over the weekend to be the next president easily. The most strict fundamentalist version of president. They've had since these islamic republic began in nineteen seventy
French Tourism Seeks New Boost With Disneyland Reopening
"Tourism in France is getting a post coronavirus boost two weeks ago France re opened its borders to vaccinated visitors now where Disneyland Paris officially open Europe's busiest theme park has been closed for eight months people must wear masks inside the park and there's a limit on the number of visitors Getty cater from Delaware is at Disneyland Paris with her family she hadn't seen them in one and a half years it's an emotional reunion happiest place on earth caters daughter Britney cook says she had to be at Disneyland Paris we were here in October when the park at the close last and we hadn't seen family since the year before so it just happened to work out we get him the last thing was open in the opening day people in France don't have to wear masks outdoors anymore except in crowded places I'm a Donahue
FBI Subpoenas Info on Readers of News Story on Slain Agents
"To identify readers of one particular USA. Today's story in USA Today is fighting them on this, and I'm on the side of USA Today, although I'd like to know what they're up to. The publisher of USA Today is fighting a very unusual subpoena from the FBI seeking information that could identify the readers of a story about a short shooting in Florida earlier this year. Wow. The subpoenas served on Gannett, who owns the newspaper in April. Orders USA Today to turn over Internet addresses and cellphone information for people who read the story online during a 35 minute window on February 2nd. See that Trump is the new Hitler. Oh, That's right. He's out of office. Never mind the story about a shooting that killed two FBI agents and wounded three others. You probably remember that story, uh, gunfire. They were serving a warrant, child pornography. You remember that story? Oh, yeah. And he shot a couple agents and everything like awful. Yeah, well, they want to know. Well, the subpoena says, quote. It relates to a federal criminal investigation but does not explain the nature of the investigation or why the FBI wants to identify the readers and wants their cell phone numbers and I P addresses. USA Today is fighting it and says it evades invades the First Amendment rights, both publisher and reader. Yeah, that's an incredibly
Pfizer Seeks Full FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine
Los Angeles PD Officer Writes Open Letter to LeBron James
Capitol Rioter Ashli Babbitt's Family to Seek $10 Million From USCP in Lawsuit
"Police officer who has not been publicly identified shot. Actually, Babbitt is she was trying to enter the House speaker's lobby on January six, her family's attorney told The singer News and multi million dollar lawsuit is in the works, claiming the officer shot Babbitt for no legitimate law enforcement purpose, pointing out the 35 year old was unarmed. The forthcoming lawsuit comes after the Justice Department said it will not pursue charges against the officer. Boxes. Rachel Sutherland. New covert 19 variant is making its way around the world Daily
Return to La La Land: Art Is Back in California
"While other parts of the world of either open man museums or had sporadic lockdowns and reopenings cultural institutions in los angeles had remained firmly closed until this month. Now though most are welcoming visitors again in strictly controlled numbers and with familiar restrictions. Of course among the key. Attractions in town is the made in. La annual at the hammer museum and huntington library art museum and botanical gardens which has been stalled last summer. but he's only now gaining an audience. I spoke to jerry finkel regular contributors to the newspaper and the new york times about l. La's emergence from hibernation jewelry. Why is it. California has taken so long to open. Its museums yeah. It has taken a long time for california museums reopen museums in los angeles in particular. So there was a moment in the fall when the numbers got better in san francisco. Cova numbers got better in san francisco. San francisco museums reopen briefly. Two to four weeks and then had to close again. I don't know which is better opening for a month or not opening it all up and in the case of la that cove numbers have kept us in what they call the purple tier. Governor newsom has created a tier system an order for museums to reopen. They had to move out of the purple tier in that county. Meaning that counties metrics the number of cove infections per day Had to reach a certain level and we just didn't reach that level until recently so by by march we got the word that museums could reopen. That was exactly a year after they close like so many others across the world yep and so basically they opened Not all of them are even open yet so we have a case where lack my real and soon as it could. I think it was the first major museum here to reopen the hammer and the huntington reopened soon after that mocha is still closed. It's not opening until early. June the getty center is still closed. And they haven't given their reopening date yet. But we expect. I think even says on their website likely to be late may
Ford Extending Plant Shutdowns Over Chip Shortage
"Is extending. its plant shutdowns over a chip shortage. They just don't have the chips they need to make the vehicles they want so four ford plants in the us in one in canada will be shut down for the foreseeable future. Is the company responds to the global shortage of semiconductor.
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"The best of the armstrong and getty show bridge house hunting. Jason arenas selling his house. He's the biggest artist in the biggest music format in america selling nine million dollar crazy rural pasolini. Something bigger having another kid so nine thousand square feet on it. Wow a bigger house. According to forbes he made forty five million dollars last year so apparently some people still make money in the music business. Yeah forty five million dollars that's income inequality that actually is the big fish. Then everybody else but yeah you mean the music is through.
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Closely considered revision of your manuscript and and will recommend publication new gender place. And you've done very good work to address the issues clerk by arguments. Thank you for your contribution to gender place and culture. I wish i could play all of that for you. It's a video. We are posting at armstrong and getty dot com which has links to the relevant materials. Which are we are about to discuss this. Group of scientists designed a rigorous scientific study to prove the level of well i'll i'll read their onward.
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"And getty dot com the best of armstrong and getty armstrong and getty armstrong and getty. Talking about something. Matt taibbi has written. Is that he. He's such a good solid writer in there so little fluff in what he writes. You don't know what the leave out so many thoughts in his head. I'll i'll hit you with a chunk of his His recent story on white fragility in quotes A- actually one of the more amusing parts of the circle which i'm going to leave out the absolutely blast. The hell out of this woman robyn diangelo white fragility calls the book horse. S tonight one book in the country. S yeah so. Here's what matt says. In part a core principle of the academic movement that shot through elite schools in american since the early nineties was the view that individual rights humanism in the democratic process are all just stalking horses for white supremacy. The concept is articulated in books like former corporate consultant robert deangelis white fragility reduces everything even the smallest and most innocent human interactions to racial power. Contests i will depart from the text and tell you i find this book one of the most loathsome lee racist things i've ever seen. It's been mind boggling. He writes to watch white fragilities celebrated in recent weeks. It gives some examples including jimmy fallon gushing White fragility has been pitched as an uncontroversial roadmap for fighting racism at a time. When after the murder of george floyd americans are suddenly inappropriately interested in doing just that accept. This isn't a straightforward book about examining ones prejudices. Have the people hyping. This impressively crazy book. Actually read it. Impressively crazy de ngelo. Isn't the first person to make a buck pushing. Tricked up pseudo. Intellectual horse ss corporate wisdom. But she might be the first to do it. Selling hitlerian race theory as in adolf hitler wipe fragility as a simple message. There's no such thing as universal human experience and we are defined not by individual personalities or moral choices but only by racial category. Which is why. I think this is one of the most aggressively racist things ever published. If your category is white bad news you have no identity. Apart from your participation in white supremacy anti blackness is foundational to our very identities. Whiteness has always been predicated on blackness which naturally means a positive white identity is an impossible goal. That's a quote from the book. Magin explaining that to the vikings you know and not the minnesota vikings but vikings in the year. Six thirty two. You realize you're whiteness is defined entirely by blackness they'd be like are third dark colored people what they wouldn't have any idea but no they had no identity matching teaching into your kids today. You vision vikings much more willing to engage in debate than i do..
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"The best of armstrong and getty like to welcome to the armstrong and getty show for the first time a believes guest in many many years. She was a tiny little kid. My daughter delaney I made a rookie mistake. I use the microphone that needed phantom power. Those of you in the music business. You know what i'm saying. We've switched mike. And i think this'll work. Can you say hello. Dang it. It's not working. It's the phantoms. Phantom power mood nine now. that's from cats. Do a song from paint on the opera operas are hard to sink. they're mostly in other languages. No phantom of the opera is not like that phantom the operas not actually we it has operating the boy. i hope. You don't know that song all right. Well listen wheelchair. Mike for the segment okay. I'll figure out what's going on in a minute allowed to be close to each other in your own home. Yes we are and and go to hell. If you don't like it so you can say hello again if you like. Hello little dimension to. It's been ages since you've talked to jack. How are you doing. i'm fantastic. how are you. i'm doing pretty good. Quarantines kinda got me down but you know it is to be your agent stuck in your parents house. I can't even imagine well into that topic. That was the most popular question. And you know it's cool but so what do you think of school in your life. Being put on hold all of a sudden he gotta live with mom and dad for god knows how long in the nicest way possible. It sucks.
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"About their persistent worries. Here are the top. What worry low t. All right here you go speaking of which. I'm going to count up from number. Here's your top. Traditional top seven sexual poor firmin's or amount of sex is worried about on a daily or near daily basis by all means a quarter a man twenty three years. I've never worried about sexual performance. I always worry about amount of sex. Why those got lumped together. I don't get yeah yeah Moving up the list number. Oh well it doesn't matter mental health thirty two percent of people worry about it on a daily or near daily basis ability to provide for your family. Same are day all day. She'd have to shouldn't that be limited. The number of people who have a family. Well it's interesting that it's only for for instance. I don't worry about that. Tall thirty two percent. Say that says something about the state of american manhood. Yeah i didn't worry about much either. When the worst case scenario put all my stuff in my car goes morton. Bartenders physique thirty-three percent physical health forty nine percent finances fifty three percent and the number one response worried about it on a daily or near daily basis. Fifty four percent said my weight every day. I think about it. Every hell yeah. It's definitely today different physique. Wow that's a that's an interesting point. Yeah bigger cavs or something. I think that pretty big press. I think about my weight every day. You're listening to the armstrong and getty show. You're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show and getty armstrong and getty the best deaf armstrong and getty survey of what it means to be a man a manly manly man. I'm intrigued by a lot of these results We talked about what men worry about. An daily or near daily basis and the top of the thing was your weight fifty four percent then finances. Who's right below it. But i worry about those things every worry. I don't know that. I worry. But i think about them. Those were the top ones. The bottom ones counting down to the bottom things you worry about the least well. It's guy it's the results. No it's it's the the fewest respondents cited. This is something they worry about on a daily basis. Gotcha nineteen percent. Said your hair or hairline. Now that i'd say if you're at the point where it's receding than you might worry once it's receded. The i've never thought about it a second in many decades. I feel bad for you. If you have to occupy your time with that your clothing or style is eighteen percent thirteen percent is the appearance of your genitalia. Never worried about that either. My answer. it's not the appearance of the number of appearances that concerns me Your height six percent. Never none of the above worries worries for romo. I don't worry about it anything. Thirteen percent how. How do you not worry about any of that stuff on a daily near. I don't know. I just forget about it. Ligo being a man at work how would you say it's an advantage to be mad at your work right now. Top response was taken more seriously twenty three percent. That's the highest number men make more money. Eighteen percent men have my my first answer off the top of my head would be. There is no advantage to being in a man at. Will you know what. I'm sorry. That i should have said that. None of the above is the number one response sixty percent. Why would there be an advantage. Well i can reach things on top of things i can. If there's something to be lifted generally I think women would many women woods would disagree okay Which is then so. That's what's that. I don't know my own privilege thoughts of male privilege. You might say. Because i don't i don't notice any advantages i but i would like to have women explain to me what the advantages are that i have. Yeah but as usual. We reached the point in the discussion of privilege. Where i say well. Let's uncool if there's discrimination. I'm against that. Now what am i supposed to do. Tax lyle bad or or punch myself in the face or pay reparations or what text line ladies ladies tell me what advantages. I don't recognize that. I have is a male at work. Four one five two nine five k. Ftc so sixty percents said no above. Would you how would you say it's a disadvantage to be humana your work right now. Number one response forty two percent greater risk being accused of sexual harassment. Clearly yeah none of the above tied at forty two percent a greater risk being accused of being racist or sexist. I already eight percent. I would go with the none of the above. I don't think there's any disadvantage to being a male at work either Well on a theoretical level being accused of sexual harassment. I guess neubauer think about it There's you know what there's a story this Civil rights activist gal. Sharia dixon coal pulled over by texas Copper who suspected her of dui and She claimed the trooper repeatedly told her he would let her go in exchange for sexual favors when he's she said. No trooper sexually assaulted her. The her lawyer jumped in social activists. Shaun king started posting baba. She made it all up. Made it all up and actually the lawyer guy said well what he said was he said. It is deeply troubling innocent. Parties are falsely accused. Than i am truly sorry for any trouble. Claims may have caused the officer and his family. I take full responsibility for amplifying. These claims to the point of national concern. That's a good apology by the lawyer by the way but that copper assured a greater risk of sexual harassment because he was a A being accused of it But again none of the above was the most popular answer.
"getty" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"But it's gone away in the modern era with hr and all that sort of stuff and then and freaking lawsuits lawsuits as always gets back to the lawyers and the that snail drinker than we learned about the other night. Nineteen twenty eight one. Chick got a little snail. Inner ginger beer boy and then the finally this don't forget the humble stoner she pops her head up to prove to you. She's there in that she's absolutely not been listening What it is the stone. Not the party animal. Who reminds us all that life exists outside the office. She is the portal out. she is oxygen her function. The group is roughly the same as that of the space bar keyboard. Sure father draft. So it's the idea that it's hey. Relax man they the dude. Was that your office. He's probably not productive. Doesn't give a crap but he serves some sort of value of. Hey look that guy. You know what. He's probably got it all figured. I don't know the personality type. You need to have a functioning Workplace if you don't have them ganim by monday closing business you do need if you've got a whole bunch of hair on fire. Everything's a crisis but nobody that's going to say this is fine. We had this a year ago and everything was fine. You don't have that person or the reverse site. It's it's pretty. It's pretty rough. Been in those situations myself michaels. Our party animal. of course. that's right. You're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show armstrong and getty sometimes in the fall and winter. Well actually a lot of times. I like to have a heineken The heineken loggers my favorite family friends. Having a cigar. listen. I got a socially distance. I don't have to socially distance from heineken. We've all started our shopping a little early this year. So what better gift idea that. A refreshing six pack of heineken lager. This holiday heineken is a gift that everybody can agree on. Perfect for even the pickiest person on your list refreshing taste same iconic green bottle a perfect pair with any light meal. I love it. Pick up some holiday heineken or have them delivered straight to your door and no matter who the lucky recipient of heineken. Turn out to be. Make sure everybody enjoys responsibly and logger. Nothing better especially during the winter and fall.
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"Ten o'clock tonight and i was really into mcmillan and wife annual strange thing to enjoy. I didn't care much about mcmillan but wife. Yeah you're right. where's my kids. They're they're they're kindle tablets lane right next to them they got all the pleasures of the world. Right there sure minecraft just calling to them. Yeah exactly maybe. That's part of it. I dunno among the most popular excuses saying they're not tired. You've been tired all day all day. Long been complaining about how tired you are. You almost fell asleep in the car on the way home from school. How can you say you're not tired. All that cracks me up. I remember those conversations. I don't know why the sleep seems crazy to me now. I know to my kids. And i don't know why i keep saying it because it's done no good but i can't imagine why you'd want to stay up later. Why do you want to stay up later. You've been tired all day long. You're tired right now. I'm gonna miss out on some fat with your oppressive regime. Father exactly saying they're. Hannah march saying they're hungry hallway. What hungers popular excuse some hunger bathroom. I'm thirsty saying there too hot or too cold. We don't have that usually suddenly wanting to tell you everything about their day. I don't know about that one. There's always want to do this or do that tomorrow. We can do that tomorrow. Years sat on the couch for two hours playing video games. You should have done it then. Let's let's go to sleep for crying out loud going to sleep on needing to find a certain toy when they were younger. I certainly had one drink. The scan malt liquor. It'll help you relax. The both my kids are past the age where they need to have a particular item to go to sleep. But i remember the air younger. I remember like when henry was younger. All this particular From bob the builder he had the dump truck from bob the builder if he didn't have that. And if it got misplaced. During the day i turned the house upside down to fight the bob. The builder trucks. It was like there's a fire. I'm judy and i would both alright. We can't find you know whatever of our kids. The bears was missing or or whatever their favorite stuffed animal and it was defcon one. Oh yeah it was stations to find. The beast is sweeping be. We cannot resume our lives until we find the teddy bear car. Yes did you check it carefully. Oh boy shouldn't have said that everybody's tired. Where is that g d bear i I just noticed with school starting this week. Getting the kids to school earlier. How much time that frees up for me. They had been going asleep later all summer long. Now they're going to sleep like an hour and a half earlier than that and that that. Give me an hour and a half extra to whatever it is. I'm gonna do yeah. Yeah and that's that's a huge deal. You know it's funny this. This was so frustrating at the time. But it's such a great memory now. I'm thinking back to win. Each of my kids graduated from the crib to the toddler bed which meant that they were no longer in a cage. That's huge and the days weeks. Not really monster. Don't think of you put him too. Bad all right sweetheart. And i love you whatever and and right. Now he's saying about okay. Okay all right okay. And the ego back to bed or go to bed or whatever you're sitting there with your wife doing whatever and then you hear the footsteps. Okay here we go down all black right. I bet you said you're going to benny. Yeah yeah certainly. I'm not in favor of caging children but you know. The crib does have certain advantages. You have more samuel jackson that when he put that out there on what. You're that came out. But i know that made me feel better as a parent yellow. Then go the blank to sleep. Yeah who has that clip. One of us as i pointed earlier in the bud will take to go to sleep when he put that out. It made me feel better. Okay well if that if he's putting that out and that's a popular thing that means i'm not the only one sure that is like just dying trying to figure out how to get their kids to go to sleep for crying out loud. Why should this be so hard. Malt liquor regular beer. Just make him after p give them the give him a nice forty let them settle in with like mother's milk are strong and listen coach of the armstrong. You're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show featuring our podcast one more thing more info at armstrong and getty dot com. If you're a fan of record albums you recognize that sound. Because it's a sound your album made when it got to the end of the album and it would just go. She has a groovy automatic player. Yeah true So came life. We i was able to afford one. Vinyl records outsold cds for the first time since nineteen eighty-six this year It's vinyls growing popularity but his most about mostly about the decline of the cd. Just nobody's buying and cds. And why would you right. And what's the point physical media. That sounds worse. So we bought cds when lp's were still available under the idea that it better. I mean that's the way it was sold to think it was that it could be played. Anywhere is an immoral easily. It's not sold early. Honest sound and better. Wow absolutely not true. Absolutely sold by early owned by. I mean i worked at a couple of radio stations. That would wouldn't promos and this was in the eighties. When cds i hit that. Here's another laser track. You know one hundred percent better sound or whatever then then the model southbound than the vinyl that i had been playing I have never mike. My brother swears by vinyl. He says he says he can hear the difference in just absolutely swears by it I've never played my joshua tree. You two album and then played my joshua tree you to cd back back to compare them out on the same speaker so i don't have any idea. Have you ever done that or no. No i will just tell you this when my son was home from college at some points a few years ago I decided. I needed a turntable so we went and got a turntable and hooked it up to my stereo amp my big old clips speakers which i still have that were really good. They're like high end medium and speakers And and we threw on one of our favourite albums and it was like holy crap. That's what music sounds like. Now i remember it was so different. It was so much richer. Part of it is that everybody listens on earbuds. Whatever or even pretty decent to ipod docks or whatever you call it or stream it through tv or the streaming service you have. I believe a great lower than what seas were in.
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"Facing hard times in zad offers services on credit. She in a flash runs to the motel pays offer room bill with the motel owner her women of the night. Don't don't start operating on credit. Miss the point. Okay with that same hundred dollar bill. Peyser bill with the motel owner. Sir get one hundred dollars back on the counter and the rich traveler comes down the stairs. Room sucks picks up one hundred dollar bill leaves produce anything one earned anything over the whole town out of debt and looking to the future with much optimism. And i don't see a flaw. No is there a fly. Well i could read this to you. I mean everything being one hundred dollars but just in general. Isn't that hilarious. How does that not work. There are several ways according to a economist. Jeffrey rogers hummel greats. I know isn't that there are several ways to think about this intriguing example but they almost recognize that these transactions of made no change in any of the parties net wealth true at the beginning each resident had one hundred dollars ability but each also has an offsetting financial asset of one hundred dollars at the end. They all have neither so the hundred dollar bill accident clearing mechanism. I don't follow that. Everybody owed one hundred dollars and everybody was owed one hundred dollars all right and so it just like everybody passed it one to the left and now nobody anything which is just bizarre. But that's a much better situation to be in if you wanna think of. The town is a distinct economy than the rich tourists temporarily. Increased town's money stock by one hundred dollars in effect. He's made a short term loan of a new hundred dollar bill. Increasing liquidity. the hundred dollars provides the residents with a medium of exchange that allows them to clear their offsetting debts. Or if you broaden the economy to include the rich tourists his short term loan has provided liquidity through increasing the transactions philosophy of money if the tourist head provided alone any of the residents could accomplish the same result by borrowing one hundred dollars cash from somewhere else no new final goods and services produced. They'd been produced already but borrowing from the tourist may have cost less interest zero percent than otherwise. Really intriguing story though. I'm ignoring the possible complication. That the hotel owner only gets zero percent loan embezzling deposit without permission either way. One hundred dollar cash would have been unnecessary. If the residents had a central clearinghouse the fact that the hotel owner seems to know that the hundred dollar bill will come back quickly. Well that's that's no no. No that's now. you're no fun nonetheless. The example illustrates mrs point that increases in the efficiency the clearing system reduced the demand for in or increase the velocity of money a clearing system as an alternate way of providing medium of exchange services. Okay now we're getting really econo- stuff but that is fast. That stories always amused the hell out of me. I couldn't remember exactly. I agree with what appeared in a hotel. Yes that's it. i agree with sean though. Hookers probably should not get into. Yeah you pay me when you get around to it. Yeah i am. I'm worried for you. So yeah yeah. I don't think it's a good long-term plan. Yeah i guess not getting paid as quite the the problem for sex workers. I don't have the some of the other examples. I don't have like just an unbelievable need for pork. Just like more than i've ever wanted pork in my life and then as soon as i get it never need pork for a long time. I'm fine now. There are a number of reasons that the whole sex worker thing is different than the other transact exactly back for more pork. Later i've gone from ravenous tintri ravenous interest in something to none whatsoever. At least not for while you're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show strong and getty you're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show featuring our podcast one more thing more info at armstrong and getty dot com. Hey i don't know how gross we wanna get. But that video that sean showed and earlier in the show. I yeah it's worth me. Forgotten it a boy. I hadn't could. I knew that. I shouldn't share that. But i couldn't be the only person in the room who had seen that. I don't know if that makes sense or not. It makes sense to me as a woman in a grocery store. It looks to me like the target. Grocery store like the The the grocery area of target grocery store them array of american groceries and this woman apparently really needed to achieve the burden of damascus. We call when you really have to go number two. You got to get there quickly. And she just runs over like behind where they keep the vegetables behind a freezer case and pulls aside or shorts and just let it happen right there on the white tile floor ryan gets up walks his lease gotta tip that the toilet paper aisle. I can see where you end up with an emergency even as a grownup where you have to do that. It's that although my goal my pants. Before i'd do it on the floor i wow i realize this is gross. It was she taken that one. That diet drug that caused spontaneous controller harba candy. Who's your freedom any funniest funniest thing ever written in the english language review the first review on amazon for the higher a bow sugar-free gummy bear seriously. Dickens wishes he'd written something that amusing. But you either got to actually go in your pants or that'd be my first choice i And then if you do for whatever reason medical reason it's a kid or whatever your medical situations yeah you got to do it in the ghetto immediately. Go get somebody and say what happened. I know joe say belong. The dental i start shopping at walmart. That's back there i. it's yours now now. I think you would be so shocked and ashamed and devastated you. Just you just want to run for your life you know what about the toilet paper section one middle ground you find a guy in a red shirt and say i don't know who did this gross but somebody. It looks like you know. Drop the jessica. So then it gets cleaned up right away but you don't have to get cleaned up pretty quickly. You don't have to take the the less you're in a fertilizer section or something people will notice it in a hurry video. Should we post that. I don't know what if without warning or some. What are we What are we afraid of. Why and terrible taste careful. Have you ever heard the show. you know. We've we've heard of things like that happening. That actually see it. So that's the sort of person she looks like a regular person and that's the person that would do that and then just get up and walk away that medical issue or like fetish now. That's when she does this. She had She had the hurried up of somebody who realized that she does circle. Like one way. Then the other. I think realizes. I can't make it to the bathroom right over there in the corner of the store. Was this surveillance video or somebody surveillance. Okay yeah boy. that's rough. I've never done that. I'm sorry i yeah. I know. I'm sorry i saw it. Sorry i heard about it now. Oh no poor gal as a rough day so you don't think we should have it on the website answer. Maybe sean.
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"Armstrong and getty weekly shower earlier this morning speaking beijing The main reason it becomes harder to meet new friends as you get older is that you get really good at spotting red flags and you meet. There's a fair amount of truth. I think there's a lot of truth that i can think of people that if i met them with the level of discernment in wisdom i have now probably weeded them out in the me. Your high school friends. You're going through something similar in these little nutty or whatever and college similarly for me but yeah yeah this point you're like oh he's that guy might be looking at it backwards in that You know you're weeding out people now for dome reasons cares if the this or that or you don't want to become rigid in. I'm not talking about yourself overnight on the couch you don't want to become rigid emotionally and start to think that if anybody's got some rough edges you don't wanna be around him because that does happen to people think turns out his nickname. Being acid wash was a bit of a red flag. I should've caught onto I didn't get that. You was trying to think of something. Like a hard sounding thing. I i didn't want to do. Snake is because that sounded too generic. I dunno i landed in a bad spot. So say that one again. They'll read that again. I thought you meant the acid wash joke. I will never say that again. The main reason it becomes harder to make new friends as you get older is it. You get really good at spotting red flags and people you meet pretty good just to my phone. Just one guys tried to call me three times in a row. He's kind of an older fellas being older. You get a text me dude. Just hit me with a text. kaya three phone calls. Who does the three phone calls in a row. It's not like maybe hearing one of my children and they've set themselves on fire. Something like these trapped under something heavy. You know what in here. I am disdainful in haughty demanding. He text he can't text his arms are pinned by the aforementioned heavy china hutch or whatever. It is right exactly china. He's probably. He went into the crawlspace. He's wedged himself under there and now is beset by snakes or he's calling out desperately to his one true friend me. Somebody's right now and he's he's got enough battery power to make one phone call. Wow he's got the thing in his mouth. He's got this suit on saturday. Three phone calls. Yeah clearly let's not quibble. Hang wash right. For god's sake of back back to the friend thing so so you get better at spotting flaws and people and so you weed out everybody from being somebody you can hang out flaws and interesting term. It says red humanity you. You're better at recognizing humanity because we all have red flags. Oh yeah so you just get better at spotting them so you just don't longer accept human nature to a certain extent. I think that's what's happening. You just don't expect you. Don't you no longer accept human beings being human beings into relationships when you're younger with this person's going to have no downside here. Rephrasing it as much more depressing than the original. I think red doesn't a red flag denote. This is going to be trouble as opposed to just annoying or tie well tiresome some more or less similar to yeah red flag danger danger danger. Give me an example of a red flag. You meet somebody Clear like probably drinking is an easy example right so the first night you meet somebody. You're already out. You're probably forty percent drunk by the time you meet them and you realize this guy just a good time right then the then the third time you meet them. It's you know you're doing a breakfast thing at nine. And he starts drinking then to write every time. It's a drink to incredible excess so on. Oh this guy no. He's just life apart. Oh wait there's no off switch or or it turns out the says something. That wasn't honest to you rush. She and you thought well. That's odd. i mean why bothers is. It's an odd thing that made me misspoke or something but you get to recognize a pattern and not quirky. It's just. I don't have time for that sort of my billfold with me. Can i catch up with you next time. Got hold alligator arm going t rex shack for. I know a couple of guys like that and yet my friends listen to this. Yeah you know who. I'm talking about it really. Wow hell yeah please. Which is worse that or the big timer running around showing how much they get will This is me of my. My is pretty bad the discussion. I'd like to have with my friends. would you rather be friends with the hamburglar or wimpy from from popeye's To tell so the hamburglar is is at least honest with who he is. You know right. Like if i'm if i invite the hamburger and i have a pilot cheeseburgers on my coffee table and i leave the room which might and i have in the hamblur. Okay yes you took them or whatever right right well he is constantly stringing you along in never ending you back tomorrow right so i really manipulative. Yes so i would say that the hamburglar would arguably be a better friend. Even though he is much more on the side of the wall he wouldn't be a good friend. Good friend in this scenario to know what they are and he knows what they are. You can accounting on an on thieves thing. Look if he steals the hamburgers friday. It's like okay. yeah. I weighed he. At least in this scenario we're all playing our cards face up on the table. Right making me wanna hamburger and his point. Well it's much more philosophical in nature of was my point. I'd really like a hamburger to you. Want to get him. We all wanna hamburger. Let's get hamburgers. Yeah joe's bind. What if your friend swears crocs. You've never met red flag. A red flag armstrong and getty show armstrong and getty here and take advantage of limited time. 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"Armstrong and getty the best of armstrong and getty played a clip from pink the singer on the armstrong and getty show today and she's little drunk cast. What the hell you guys have been drinking. Making a sport when i drink. I get really really brilliant. Ideas must night do. I can cut air totally cut hair. Why would ever think people on this time. I might try to fix it tonight. Stay home cut your own hair. Screw it hilarious. Have you seen the video sean. Now i gotta check that out okay. Yeah how bad's hair she says. Look you this. Most celebrities chirac like a pink mohawk for a decent portion of her career. I think even to short. She's a mom right. Got a couple of little kids and all most of your celebrity stuff from home has been annoying unless unless they're doing music or jokes but any of the like you know. Keep a stiff upper lip. We're all together and it. It looks like it. Sure looks like you shop this in such a way to emphasize your backyard or your kitchen or something. I'm not digging this and it wasn't the most obnoxious one. I'd like to say it was. I think it was about the second most obnoxious one. Certainly in the top. Five take a guess. J. lo and freaking eram just insufferable. I haven't seen that but yeah. It doesn't surprise. Millionaires tweeting about unity from their million dollar doomsday bunkers. Doesn't really give me the sense that we're all in this arrest. Well and looking hot oh and included plenty of nice long shots of their gigantic gorgeous estate. Yeah let's all hang together as a kid jumps in our pool which is inexplicably warm enough to swim in march. Oh pigs harris quite short. Oh boy yeah that's see.
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"Wanna talk about poor fat matthew perry but before i get to that the friends star. Yeah chandler chandler bing. It's the story on the armstrong and getty radio show. We do a four hour. Radio show every single day broadcast across the nation very stations. We're in all the major cities in available online everywhere on earth in space i mentioned how do we get on this. Oh michael made a mistake with the time. Yes he did countless down to the end of a segment. We stopped talking and turned out. We had a minute left valley and it reminded me of when i was working. In the feedlots in western. Kansas gladys. Play the harp. Even on.
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"Armstrong and getty armstrong and getty. Did we mention on the air. Was it on the podcast around the air yesterday. That henry rollins the guitar player. is he a punk. Rocker is that we consider Yeah heavy heavy. Metal ish punkish poet. Anyway he's got an anger weightlifter publisher. He's got a new podcast in the first episode was four hours long wolf. That's a long podcast like he'll pull out an album and sit and listen to the whole album and then he discussing. It's an interesting idea. Anyway i mean it sounds really good. If you're into that sort of thing there are a lot of really long podcasts. At that do really well. Yeah anyway What do you got sean. So this this is kind of making the rounds on twitter a couple of days ago. Somebody just randomly put out the prompt which onion headlined you. Think about the most. Or which one you have. You found your relate to most often and people would just share their kind of favourite onion headlines over the over the years. My personal favourite was something horrible has happened. The worst person you know made an excellent point that i think about that at least once a week. let's see some of the others I'm just scrolling through these aren't necessarily compiled in any way. A man trying to enter conversation spins few minutes smiling and nodding it edge of circle. Oh god that's the worst. All that made me uncomfortable. I know i know. I got that feeling in my stomach. When i've done that or i see somebody else doing it. Oh this one. With the caveat. Everytime i cook box with cooking instructions immediately retrieved from the trash. That's beautiful i. This is so cool. I don't have the capacity to remember stuff like that. I don't think. I love the onion. I can't i don't think i can remember any headlines from it. I am just stupid. And some of these two are just the the pictures that they pair with the headlines are so that just shy kiss perfect fit like this one local off not sure what part of counter to order at local. I need to use the word oath. More my god just just to participate. I'm standing at the edge of this conversation smiling and nodding. I flipped to the onion. And jack this one goes out to you a long distance dedication. Eject this headline. I'm not going to be able to get through it. Nine photos of for lawrence. That will make you reassess. The scope of the nineteen eighty six vienna convention on wall treaties and international organisations on. Some pictures funny odd. So here's a couple that for the more intellectual kind of nerdy Headlines we got jurisprudence fetishists gets off on technicality. Some good word played now. I like it and this one. I believe is from that same category but i don't i get that i joke. I'm admitting that i'm a dollar than i do not get this next one standard deviation not enough for perverted statistician. That's pretty good. It's pretty good. Local doesn't get that joe scrolling through more than this one's from the sports tab little league pitcher just getting shelled. Oh boy man hoping people will notice. How many folding chairs he's carrying it once. Yes i've always been proud of my full here carrying abilities. I'm good at putting away folding chairs. I tell you what. I see some guy carrying one in each. You do get outta here. Let's see kitten kitten thinks of nothing but murder all day with a picture of just like the cutest cat said. Yeah i think that but there are some No way to prevent this says only nation where this regularly happens again looking for your next favorite. I like this one. From the current onion undaunted texas waffle house waitress has been to die there every day for the past twenty years anyway. Yeah that's probably fairly true. How ch- that's a little dark. Dark archaeological dig uncovers ancient race of skeleton people so dumb but so amusing. The onion is. It's such a wonderful thing. I i love it. So what's the babylon even that like a competing onion or a from a conservative christian point of view. Okay it drew frequently ribs Progressive of you know People than tweeting lights. I tweeted at one of their headlines and it had a picture to go with an inspiring celebrity spell out. We're all in this together with their yachts off a malibu many described the scene as breathtaking. Awe-inspiring others were so touched. They couldn't find the words to communicate how they felt most simply wept as celebrity spilled out. We're all in this together with thirty. God's that's nice. Zoom crasher becomes too engrossed in sales meeting scream. Obscenities house meetings are just frigging riveting. So he was going to zoom bomb. It just got so sucked into the information. What will we do about the third quarter. That's funny that's good stuff. We mentioned on air on the more they say armstrong and getty on them. You can get one. At armstrong and getty dot com the best of armstrong and getty sh warms drawing getting here and take advantage of limited time black friday savings and let hellofresh spice up mealtime at home with simple recipes and fresh ingredients their source directly from growers delivered to your door. Contact free with more than twenty two weekly recipes or something for everyone to enjoy including family friendly vegetarian and low calorie choices. You can finally say goodbye to never ending meal. Planning and prepping hellofresh. Recipes are easy to follow with simple steps and pictures to help you get meals on the table in his little as twenty minutes. Oh we had one the other night. My kids absolutely loved it. 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"You're listening to the best of the armstrong and getty show featuring our podcast one more thing more info at armstrong and getty dot com. There are two ways that i enter and leave the building. I have the option actually three the other thing about and or go to the bathroom. I went to the bathroom and it went instead of down the long narrow hallway. That's one choice. I went through the sales pit As we refer to it. It's it's a bunch of Desk is where the salespeople said used to sit there are human beings. Why in the sales pitch no yes. I haven't seen a person in there now. I haven't seen a single person in there. In eight months. There were a total of five harkening. Shadows these are actual living breathing. People here no. And and the reason i bring it up is my emotional reaction surprise me. It made me happy really. Oh yeah immediately. i'm getting filled with dread. Well partly it happens to be some really good people. And they're happy and i said oh my god human beings hello humans and And we chatted for ill-feeling briefly. And we've been here the whole time. Yeah right set through their desks. I i actually did. I made that joke i said. Oh my god. I walk through here all the time. It's dark it's silent. And what for nine months that i hadn't seen a single human being in there since march eight eight and a half months. Anyway that's crazy. Yeah and Weird what a weird time. And i informed him. Yeah i took a bunch of your stuff's But they all seem to be in good spirits and happy to be back and it was a little weird. They look older. I don't mind. I suppose i didn't have my. We got one coworker who showed herself to be pregnant and had a kid in the period of time since we last saw her right. We had no idea she was expecting no i. Last time. I saw her she. She might have been pregnant but she was visibly pregnant and now she has a baby. That's how long since we've seen some of the people we work with him. Probably wherever you're listening similar situation. Yeah yeah but you know. I haven't had to wait at the coffee machine yet. And i am going to bring in that kirk by the way because i don't wanna be breathing in their bid But yeah i was surprised it was really good to see everybody Partly because those people have a hard job and they're good at it and it pays for my house so it's even harder for them to do their job from home but it's also amazing and we've talked about this on the air the how between and there's a sign on the door one of the businesses in this building this as as of tomorrow march sixteenth will temporarily out and they've been out ever since that is still up there so i always think in terms of merges extinct. But that's funny. It's so weird. How it seems like it's been a week and it seems like it's been a deck a at the same time. Yeah which is odd. I'm sure philosophers poets or neuroscientist could explain. It's got to do with major major events. Everything anything that's a big deal like that having kids raising kids i mean like that. It's you know in some ways you look at. It seems like you're a baby yesterday. The other in other ways. It seems like it's been my whole life has been doing this right. is it so impactful right. It's like when. I perfectly cook a frozen pizza in the oven on the first try. It's very much like that. You take it out. And it's exactly the golden brown cheese. I know i need to let it sit in the open air for another five minutes or so because otherwise you'll burn the roof. Now i i remember i live a lonely existence sad free. I remember at one point. I can't remember. I had three kids running around the house in. I remember trying my best to remember what i used to do. And what. I used to think i couldn't. That's the way i am now. Yeah what did. I used to do with any time since i have. No no i mean. I was completely certain that. I used to not have kids what i just had. No memory of our new. Imagine how. I would feel even today if i wasn't going to go home and be fully involved with children's throughout the day right homework meals laundry everything get. If i didn't have any of that. What would i be doing today. I don't know probably take a nap for one. Well i can tell you that you would go home. You'd have little snack because you which is me Fight gaining weight every day of ala. You grab a big ole knapp louis. Then you get up you'd lounge in your backyard while watching your dog chased lizards and then you probably work out and then do a bunch of show preval. The show answer is whatever you want. More or less yeah. I'm better without decisions. Though i've i've come to the realization that having things i have to do and no free will involve is good for me. I do better that way. I'm fine with that to paraphrase. I think it was the stand up. We played on the show as we. You don't make decisions only mistakes. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah one. More point i was going to make before michael wraps up. We're talking about covid and how long it's been people coming back to work. Oh i wonder what percentage of people are looking forward to going back. Get away from home. Whatever what percentage of people are dreading going back and would just as soon permanently. Stay away. I don't know what the split is on that. Well i know you hated school now. I did which you could get into at some point I think a lot of people had mixed feelings about going back to school every year but it was mostly excitement for a lot of people You know the friends the action you know sports whatever and i have a feeling a lot of people feel like that. They're thinking this has been really nice. But i kinda liked doing what i do. I also think there's a real chance that people underestimated are undervalued the casual social engagements than with just co workers from right and just the little human affirming things like making eye contact while you pass somebody in the hall and give him the. Hey what's up. Not right Those little things had very big impact on our lives. That i don't we appreciate we're going to work out the experiment and see how it goes because a lot of companies are going to decide. Hey we're doing fine with everybody home. This is way cheaper. We're going to get rid of all this office space and you're gonna stay home and that can work with people that you already have a relationship with but man when you when you start to craft from scratch a sales team or a you know a group that works together But they've never actually out or rarely hang out and don't talk about. How was your weekend or you know. I see your giants fan to house the game. I don't think that'll work is similar to that. School thing we're talking about. How last year was one thing teaching kids. You already had a relationship with online versus coming in next year and a group of kids. They don't know you you don't know them Which i've heard has been a disaster. Oh yum yeah yeah. I don't know if that will work so a lot of companies might over learn this lesson. We'll see we'll right you know it's funny. I was thinking exactly the same thing. It'll probably be an over correction And then they'll learn the difficult lessons but you know that's the way humankind is beginning to humans. One final note for me in you know almost never hear people say this..
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"Illuminating. What's brown and sounds like a bell growing up too. Armstrong and getty best of the armstrong and getty show armstrong and getty the best of armstrong. And getty positive. Sean what we have here so we touched on this story last week where there was a gentleman who thought he had some squirrels in his attic. Yes some really big squirrel. apparently Goes up there to investigate. He finds not a squirrel but a man her. And i hear the nine one. One call has since been released in. Here's a little snippet of that. Oklahoma city nine one one emergency man Stranger in my house came in today. Attic camped out overnight. I need somebody here immediately. I'll have a gun on him right now. your bag. we're going down the stairs stay. Put the gun down. No i'm walking down. The stairway turn left clear. The put the gun down. No i don't think i'm gonna do that. Yeah put the gun down. No f you. You're not here man. It makes me crazy. While is that all there is to that. I mean you hear that you want more am i wrong. I like the very calm talking to her doing the direction. Note down the stairs. Turn turn left toward the street. Where the kospi way. Put the gun down sir. No how about you. F yourself unbelievable. Can you imagine that the shot of adrenaline and fear and a fight or flight anger. You'd get if if you stuck your head up there and there was a human you might let go your your faculties of you know what i mean in your pants. Yeah that's craziness that's frightening. Mentioned it on the show. The other day. I read that some novel of that was a similar thing. Read everything. I could get my hands on his kid and i accidentally pick up the slack. Horror novel suspense novel about this guy. Who does that to some old ladies home but then when she discovers him he takes her prisoner troubling investment. But my dad imitate my neighbor. When i was a little kid had raccoons in his His attic that almost sounds adorable. Know holy lord. It's they are savage angry wild beasts and costs the many dollars and plus. He made the mistake of mentioning it to somebody in. He'd he'd call the cops to ask and they're like okay and it's a legal to blanketing blankets avenue avenue so he got on the radar screen and it turned into a thing as a kid same but also the story heard over the weekend. I saw the video and a lot of people were forwarding and around. It's a guy who's allegedly in los angeles who comes out of his front door and sees on his front yard and it's like gated and fenced and everything like people have to do in l. a. Because it's so insane but it's there's somebody camping out. Nerd their ashes all over the zone. Effing believable guys. And i called the cops and the cops call me. Don't tellers. don't touch their stuff or you'll be arrested because you ca- illegal to damage their stuff for take it so you don't do a thing. Just leave them there. And he's like visual evil and i watched it. I thought wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute. Wait a minute. This does not seem right to me. So i did a little clicking around. Yeah the guy. Put it up as a joke but because the world is a screwed up as it is i think people believed that they thought it was legit. Will you displayed. There is what. I feel humanity as a whole is going to have to develop and the quicker we get the heard immunization to internet too good to be true is yes. I think the better off society will be. Yeah and that's the key. If it seems a little perfect to you is probably faked up. And i know how it is. Everybody's all ripped up and they wanna get their idea of what's right for the world through and everything else but but it. It really doesn't take long to verify these things no no and it's it's so frustrating that quote unquote news comes with homework now. But i don't know a cure that doesn't involve the individual doing just a little bit more right right absolutely. Yeah so yeah so. The cops are not going to tell. They're going to show up immediately boot. The people off your uh your property and confiscate their Their crap so don't worry the world is not gone that crazy on a final note. Just wrap up from the show. I was asking about the pigs. Get fat hogs get slaughtered. It has to do with the stock market. Sean i'm surprised. You is one of the idle rich. Didn't weigh in this. The investor class Pigs get fat. Take your profits when you are up yes hogs get slaughtered waiting for bigger profits waiting too long in losing your gain altogether in the the first. I'd heard that that saying was actually mark cuban when he was describing the nfl at a certain point three years ago or so saying they they may have crossed the threshold of being too big. And now you know hogs get slaughtered but yeah that that's an sound advice but again i'm an investor joe. I'm not a traitor. I'm part of the investing class. Not the trading class i companies. I'm in it for the long haul. Oh good man. I like that. You trust in the american economy i do. You're like it. What eight point. Two million you said in the market right now. I don't like to give exact rude to me. You know speak mostly in percentages right right. He owns ten percent of the wealth of his home state. No not really all right so be a pig. Not a hog right. That's good advice or direct if you want but you're going to get yanked out by your tail just warning you that. They finally caught him. They begged a raccoon tech my dog once as a kid fought. My dog ripped her up to know. Yeah i mean she was fine but yeah. They're big savage creatures. Don't f with raccoons you know. They look like they look like robbers for for good reason. God made them that way so you could tell her criminals. Thank you check out the great new swag like the new masks. At armstrong and getty dot com. 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"The Armstrong and getty the. Armstrong and getty. Everybody wants to live lie soon, everyone wants to live longer rich people don't live longer. They also more get more healthy years disability free life. After fifty and that's what you really want. How do they define that disability free? They actually put a description on it as being able to get out of bed and cook for yourself. Just a couple of things like that. is a different quality of life than you know you're stuck in your bed all the time may I get out of bed and order a pizza in the scenario with be alright the top quintile of people. Get a full well. I'll just read this or many of first of all. You got to figure out how you're GONNA define wealth. We'll get to that in just a second. Analyzed a whole bunch of different factors to to determine that. People with more money get eight to nine more years of disability free life after fifty four people wild some practically another decade of you know moving around being mobile, doing what you want. I already have some freakonomics style questions, but go on this. It didn't put a number on this because they did it across various. And I suppose it would be. This article didn't put a number on it. He'd have to have different numbers and different countries right and we always say even in one country, a number of what's wealthy as stupid. But was the United States by percentages right to the top untile all the countries whatever that you're trying to figure out for yourself what quintile you're in but anyway, this is what it says here there are many ways to define wealth in this study researchers considered physical possessions such as a home jewels artworks I do own almost of a home, my jewels and artworks don't add up to my on the other hand known for this is Joe Getty him heavily jeweled. My jewels and artworks do not add up to much. If. I'm. Not Dripping with jewels I can't walk out the door in the morning additional study is reformed naked. If, you're not just like bent over with jewel. Yeah. I. Actually stand up straight. Diamond. Watch I have five I'm sorry six bracelets. Of got rapper chains going giant diamonds in my ear Lobes, you can see that anticipating you're freakonomics question I suppose this that they analyzed. They need to allies, other factors including education social class along with how much money you have to try to figure out why this is true across many different countries. Additional study is required. Understand why wealth in particular such a strong indicator of how long someone lives unimpaired. You know you start with obviously I. Suppose you get better health care I don't. Yell for now let's assume this is just true on its face I think and listen I've seen this. There are various things you can do for your health that are either not covered by insurance or not covered very well by insurance or you know maybe having insurance at all is a sign that you're a little more financially successful but in so some that optional stuff that might prolong your life it probably accumulates why I? Money for a gym membership and I don't know but my boy I don surely not that can't be that can't be a factor but this is the you know that was just a for instance on I need I'm trying to think of anything that like I would have ever spent I have never spent anything that I. I've not had any healthcare I don't. Think that I got that I wouldn't have had poor now my son has yeah but I haven't personally well and eighty percent of have private insurance on the same insurance roughly everybody else has just do what the insurance, right? Well, it's worth repeating even though it's a cliche that correlation does not imply causation necessarily but I just find myself thinking that if you are. Intelligent. Energetic robust. Just describing me as what you're describing, I was looking at your job I mean the words were easily coming mouth robust. It was a Word Association energetic intelligent clearly. If you are those things, you're much more likely to be rich aren't you? Well I know we've seen studies before that the more money you have the more likely to be fit and eat right in a variety of things like that. Not Smoke Smoking heavily tied in to to income, right variety of reasons, and just all those things alone. But no seriously, if you take two ten year olds, one is intelligent tends to be healthy and robust their. Energetic. If you prefer the term, there are much more likely to become. Wealthy than they're. Less intelligent. You Know Sluggish you know if if the dumbest huggy hit has parents bribed their way into a college and then they just get surrounded by that. I. Don't know if that's necessarily true. Grand you that the domes slugging kid, right? He broke his an incredible stressor every time you get a parking ticket when you're broke and your heart. The most. The more times that happens in your life I think probably has some sort of weird compounding effect on your overall high. Sciences told us that you know th that's your telomeres. It's the end zero, your cells or your chromosomes I guess it is that they get worn down by stress. I tell you what is the saying goes I've been rich. I've been poor and I like rich a hell of a lot better. It's stressful to not be able to pay your bills and Certainly, be an interesting aspect of it. Look at I. had some thing happened the other day I remember what I was flat tire. One of those kind of things that happens in life I thank. God. I don't have to worry about that and more because I remember when that used to be it just Oh, my God, that is not good timing. How am I going to handle the and smoking is? Often a not that intelligent way of coping with stress and so I think that would go into a lot of this weird little death by a thousand paper cuts of being broke when my theory would lead I think all these things you enjoy a both mentioned make more sense to me than than I'm paying for some different healthcare because so far I haven't done that I don't even know what it.
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"Me? Armstrong and getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show Ormes strong and getting the best of Armstrong and Getty Shawna. Hawaiian rugs as they do about everything about the whole Corona virus down the front. Don't China really shouldn't I got a couple of stories on that and it reminded me well first of all in the whole corona virus thing my son got the regular old influenza. There's a type A and type B I didn't know any of this stuff before Thursday by the way when my son got the flu and then we're at. One. Hundred five temperature rating up on it and everything like that. But there's a type A and type B, and he got the type A, which is either h one, n one or h three and five or something they haven't. May know it's type aid and figured out that other part. was worse near the but anyway well, and there's there's not a lot they can do. Right. So it's No. You have it for a long day through the woods and just try to nurse you through it. So your high fever will last five days law five. That's so rough and no medicine I mean he was a hundred and five on Thursday and he was still a hundred and three on Saturday night all my goodness Forlani. Cloths or something like like I know there's nothing. Away but that makes sense here. But anyway so the the regular old flu is horrible and it kills thousands and thousands and thousands of people wherever you're listening people in your town, your state or dying by the dozens. How of the regular old flu? How many children did you save already died of the flu in the United States this year as of Saturday morning it was fifty four right now if fifty four kids died at the corona virus I think we would we would we would cease to function as a nation Larrabee national panic. And it's just strange and listen I'm not in favor of ignoring the corona virus 'cause it's new. It appears to be fairly deadly nobody's immune to it and and we don't know how insane it could be but the flu is here and it's two years ago was killed sixty, one, thousand American. Thousand American and you did you do you even know that? No, you didn't know that. ADDS the flu I hear about it every doing a half hour news feature on the corona virus that six people got an American nobody's died wash your hands..
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"A cab. The cello is more body noise issue. More caroni. I think there was you know the saving grace for my parents? Because I played trombone, it was more flatulent then like badly played trumpet, which is Shrieking Nightmare. It really is. And I was talking to the day about how you get older, you you don't you don't realize the last time you've ever done something when you're younger until you get older remember last. Was it this summer? Lesson was this summer that I crawled down the diving board, the pool or last summer home I was going to the diving board at and I got out there and the high dive out there on the end, and it occurred to me. You haven't been on a diving board in thirty five years. And then I thought what if the cold water gives me a heart attack and I die, so that happens I asked the lifeguard. What my age what you know! How many other guys! My Age were on the diving board that day or any other day? Any other none. Anybody even close. So when I asked a lifeguard climb back down, she kind of laughed and said Yeah and all the kids had to climb down the ladder. But. You don't realize that the last time I was on a diving board as a senior in high school. Probably I think this is the last time I'll ever do this. The I played the trumpet almost every day for eight years. Something like that and I played. My last note is a senior high school. At some point I'm remember when and have never touched a trumpet sense in for that the world is grateful and a lot of other things that you do. It was funny how life works yen? You don't know it at the time. This bittersweet man that's that's melancholy. The kids at the pool recognized that as a sign of weakness and take your popsicles later on in the afternoon. Just take that guy's money. Drive his car on the party. Hey Hey. Guys knowstone stones. Gab! I need to go. Man. Wow well. This is how this is. How the young guerrilla takes the Harem from the old. Pound you over the head with their mighty fist. And Getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show, Armstrong and getty. Armstrong and Getty mailbag. Point.