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"gould" Discussed on The Defiant - DeFi Podcast
"So that because they already had a relationship in a channel to explain to the customers the products that was super helpful. There was also a lot of social component to it. So I think dot eve was really good on Twitter in 2021 and 2022. They got a lot of people excited about using their ethane as their identity, which we think was a great thing to do for the market. And a lot of people wanted to pick up their names so that they could participate in showing their digital ID on Twitter with their dot eth name. And so we saw a lot of that pick up two for dot NFT in crypto. And so that was another channel socials. So if you're asking from a business perspective, what worked for go to market for web three and 2021 22, I would say socials were actually a place where a lot of people had success and then a partnerships is the place where we actually drove a lot of our success. What TLD is the most popular? Oh, well, so I think the most popular all time for us is dot crypto. But that's because it's been around the longest. It was one of the first ones we launched. And then if we look on a month over month basis, I believe that dot NFTX and wallet are the three most popular on a going forward basis for us. Dot X is because it's super short. Also, people like SpaceX or there's a lot of like X things that people like to do in technology industry. NFT, obviously with the huge boom in NFTs last year and then dot wallet because people want to have an associated with their wallet. We actually launched dot wallet with 20 plus wallet partners as part of their onboarding process. And so I think that one was also pretty successful. So that's what we've seen. And we still have others. Bitcoin 88 zil dot blockchain with blockchain dot com that have also been performing too. Are people squatting on domain names? Like we saw in the early, well, not even. We're still seeing it in web two. Yes, and it's actually a huge problem. And this is one thing that I think we have done pretty well. So we set out from the very beginning, and we have a brand protection program. And if you look at the web two, like the way they did dot com, they actually have a whole process for trying to get brands and trademarks owners, their domain name. And so they wouldn't let us be a part of their process. We actually asked, and they said no blockchain domains can't participate. And we're like, okay, well, I guess we'll have to build our own. So we built our own process, and we actually work with a couple of people on the web two industry to help curate lists. In order to find out what were the most protected domains, web two. And we set those aside. So it's several 100,000 names like 500,000 names. We also set aside notable people. And we tried to protect them as best as we could. So we actually prevented a lot of squatting. Other naming systems have not. I think they're going to suffer with squatting problems on it going forward basis because once the name is registered, really hard to unregister it, but I will give credit to the crypto community at large.
"gould" Discussed on The Defiant - DeFi Podcast
"By individuals to build out your digital identity. In our conversation, we will unpack all of this. Matthew starts by explaining the importance of having blockchain based domain services. Yeah, so ensemble domains creates NFT domains or went through domains.
"gould" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Game. And and anybody who said it was too long now now right now. Don't tell me. It was too long in the playoffs. October baseball. We've been lucky. There's a ton of that. That has happened last twenty plus years. Do you have some favorite games. This is the cliche. Sports question favored games. That you attended or a part of our fash fifth down game. Which i hated but i was there and i remember arguing with my pal and your pal doug meadows We were sitting there talking about v down so that certainly sticks out. The kurt remember sitting alone watson gibson home run but there are just so many of those moments and i was in quincy Win team usa. I'd never watched a hockey game in my life team. Usa beaten the russians. And i felt a certain pride about that. Even though i couldn't explain to you until maybe a couple of years ago So yeah there's gosh there. And i also have enormous pain and most of my pain is associated with one man. His name is tom watson when he would lose. I would feel crummy for days when he would win. I was euphoric but it's kind of like gambling. I found out that the winning isn't merely as great as the losing is hurtful to me so he was your guy because he was kansas city. That's the only reason martin. That's it he was up and coming back in the middle seventies. When i started really fallen in love with golf. He was a guy who could play with jack. Nicholson beat him and all the other guys and there are some great golfers there but he was from kansas city. So i knew he was in. I y payne stewart. I'd known about pain since seventy two because springfield news leader covered him and so i knew he was great. We have kim branson beeping. Stuart didn't give a damn about golf. He'd go out with a five iron and shoot even par with that club but then he wound up playing Pain i think he was a sophomore. Junior beat him in the state championship. Thought damn says a pretty good. But watson was my guy and i got deeply into him and to golf and i still and he had a lot of high moment just when he would lose. They were pretty painful. The nature golf is. You're gonna lose far more times win. It's like hitting your on a huge success if you fail seven times out of ten golf you're not gonna win much. He won plenty but still you look at his record. I think he's probably one forty thirty. Nine pg tournaments forty pg tournaments right around there couple more around the world seniors stores. But he's not those majors and what he did in. Those majors was cool. Turnberry with nicholas pebble beach chip in the thing is though and this goes back to remembering a bad things over good. I can remember crummy shots at. He hid far more vividly than i remember. Great moments is so. You're going to play some golf. I suspect what else you i'm gonna so what. What are you excited about this next chapter. Yeah i think so. I've got plans in my head. I I i'm a little timid about bringing them forward just in case i just think back to fan shows that you're telling no no i'm not doing a podcast telling me i'm not doing podcasts. With the i'm not doing that I would like to play my guitar in a bar and see if i could make a little money on the side. I think i'd like to. It'd be great fun i would love to and you got the name. People know you can sing and entertain. I can sing. I don't know that i can play guitar. Well enough and my style of singing may not be conducive to We'll see conducive to plan. I am more vocal I don't i don't have a real country twang. I'd folks maybe folks. I hope folks folksy works. i think. But i'm i'm a little. I'm i'm great with church songs. Hell ever while. I think i sang it. Every wedding. and branson from about nineteen seventy three to nineteen seventy seven. I don't think we're winning went by that. I didn't sing it. You realize we just broke some news. This'll be the all the other shit we talked about. I'll give rich school. Says he's picking up guitar and hitting the road the headline gonna try. I'm to see if i can get it down. The bad thing though is i can't remember the lyrics to any song can play a bunch of them but actually remembering the lyrics to songs. Forget it so. I'm going to have to have one of those. Music stands at a book with my head in the book and it just looks crummy when you sign off for the last time. Will it be good bye. Good people always logan people. You know where i got. That as much as watson is a hero of mine. Robert redford is equal to or greater than tom watson. He is my movie and the movie the great waldo pepper. He plays waldo pepper. And he'd get out there with a big smile as he was flying. Those won't barnstorming planes and go. Hello good people nobody else see in it and not that many people saw that movie. Probably everyone's going to google waldo pepper. Good let them and watch the movie. I loved it so the new weather guys named waldo pepper. Is that right. So i am That's what i said that. I the only time i say it's on sunday. Night will rich. It's been a lot of fun i would describing you to people. i'd say. richest a hoot. He likes to have fun folksy guitar stories. If if there's anything. I would tell people about this business which i don't know if it's gonna last much longer it's to have fun there Of people in this game that take it way too seriously. I mean who gives a shit rich guys out there playing ball. I i enjoy the competition. But i don't care how much money molina makes sure as hell member going to worry about some sort of contract negotiation. That tarasenko has coming up. I just don't care get out there. Put a uniform avi scores. You cheer. that's what's fom. How about that at the very end. Little deep t.'s. Local rich might be out there. Donal sing a little performing around. Could see him. I could see that being a thing you know. Maybe a bar on mainstream saint charles than couple nights. Later down on sue lard. I just. I think this might be a good second act for uncle rich. I'd forgotten about him doing bragging rights games. He is eddie Fascinating life to say the least. We wish rich. The best in retirement kilcoyne conversation as always presented by marie davila senior. Living great folks out there waiting for those fountains to go from red blue for some blues hockey always fast. If great people virtual tour at marie davila dot com b and g. Tuck pointing is the best in the briggs. It's real simple. Make the home look new again. Bg tuck pointing dot com. Where you get more information and try at bank soon to have a second location over on olive. So you'll be seeing more of them. It's just a great saint louis company triad bank apply it's discounters via appliance. Discounters dot com. Also all the great showrooms around town. It's real simple. They get all of these appliances. The biggest names the best brands and they sell them to you at the lowest price. 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"gould" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"With the lakers in the bowels of the arco arena. Am walking right next to me is kareem magic. I'm from me to you from i thought. Wow this is cool. So yeah sacramento's great and wasn't there an aspiring broadcaster. Who they told you to help them out a little bit. He's a radio guy conservative talk show host. He was going to sample tv. You're know that story rush limbaugh. They said he was going great. Guns out in sacramento really started to other radio takeoff on radio. And so ted koppel said we gotta get him on the air and they said rich. We need you to teach him how to do television. Doing a can. So here would come rush. And then i'd go in with him and russia do five and a half minutes. i'll stand on his head. It was easy for him. He was great. I said now you got to cut it to a minute twenty and he said how the hell gonna do and we just kept working working work until slowed them down like common during all his republican stick so he just had a whittal his radio stick down to a tv commentary. That's exactly right and then we'd go to howley's next door and have a beer and talk about it so yeah. I knew russia went. I want to say that. I played golf with him. This one's foggy. I mean working with russia and it only happened about four or five times yet. I can take credit for long. Launched him. And i think we played golf because i went to his house once and just him and me and i think it was after a golf game i went to the fights fights and sacramento cool. They had the us russians the olympic teams. And i think it was on. Cbs sports spectacular. I had a front row seat to that wind up drinking vodka with the russian boxing team. How did these are the rich school choice. I'm here for how. I got how i got the i. I'll never know jumped in their limo when they took off so it's me and the russian boxing team go to their hotel we go. We've got an interpreter and we're throwing shots of vodka down and another friend is with me. It was just so bizarre and you had funny me talking to an interpreter. Please tell your team it was almost like drago and rocky if if we can be friends and you can be friends. We all can be friends. It was that kind of stuff. Did you ever run into russia over the years later or he was you know rush got big and when you get big. Sometimes i just don't remember stuff but he did say you know i. I think i do remember a little bit about that. Didn't remember my name. But i remember the circumstance so those are the sacramento years hanging with the russian. That sounded like an episode of the fan. Show you drink with some russian judges or the fan show had a life of its own. It was sunday nights. And you guys were on first so demanding. What any head coming later to make you guys run early and you're at the stratford in an iggy was always sort in the background. He was like the avery of game shows. He was always the one i called. He would come and thank god he did because the man makes me laugh just looking at. There's something about looking to iggy with a cigarette out of his mouth dressed up as you know the fourth of july guy or in a frog costume. That's funny and we. I did it at the at no. Not the islands. Marco casino queens queen the anna's mark then the stratford stratford in the stanford. Got in there. It wasn't a very good show. But that's okay. And i'll tell you hats off to bill lancy. I get a lot of credit for the fans show. And i deserve a lot of it but because it was your personnel. You guys had fun. You might grab a guitar you might play being all the fan band was my favorite and i'm thinking about the old carson shows late night shows like that fan ban got on just because they happen to be practicing on the day. We went there to block the show on the day. We went over the casino queen. And i said to him. Hey you is you know. You don't look like you're doing all that well out there in public. I haven't heard of you be in my band about being the fan man. You'll be on tv each week. I don't care what the hell you play. So they said sure and they were great. They couldn't could have been better and that to you. I mean to me you just enjoy the aspect of television. I think that you enjoy is having fun. Let's not scripted. Too much net. Let's have no consultants. that's over. thank it. I don't give a shit about stories. Like the rams lawsuits or who sleeping with who or or stuff like that where you have to. Who the next coach is going to be an off seasons when you're diving into that and you're speculating. Who who this guy that guy's gonna hire. I care. I still care less now. But i still care about the games watching men and women do do things that i can't. That's such high level. I really enjoyed doing them. I watch him on. Tv and then that part of the job isn't it. It is true that a lot of it is the soap opera if you look at. Espn dot com. It'll be an nba player. Calls old coach jerk or likes a tweet. That made fun of his former teammate. And it's like a read. These things like has nothing to do. A shooting percentages home runs or game winning drives. It's like there is a lot of that drama thanks to the nba for that too much of football for that. But what's the lead story today. Well it's it's nothing they're not talking about. The game was played this afternoon. And we're taping this after after milwaukee lost to atlanta They're all talking about calling the astros. Teeters again dusty baker. Say that that's what they're talking about. Now yeah i. I like the games and you. Are you like the games too. But you get more into The the story aspect. I like some of that like the lawsuit. One fascinates me when it gets real early on. I didn't care in the fact. That there i wanna see the like. I'm not visited you about him. I wanna see the. Nfl get called on the carpet for like they're impact. Yeah i wanna see him pay and to me even more than pay. I think it's kind of have to admit all right. We run roughshod over anybody and everybody we get away with it. It's who we are. We don't give a rip about you your city or any kind of want to see them exposed for who they are because they get away with it forever. I maintain the been exposed that way for a long time and nobody there was no surprise to me that the rams left and i think people should i agree on one point if if if individuals were financially hurt by the rams leaving and can get money back. I'm all for it but the kit kroenke anymore down five six years and just the ill will. That goes on with the city hating him. I'm way over that. And plus i was there when i was a kid and the rams training i think the rams should have gone back to los angeles and the rams were from la. I mean i think my thing even back then was they have the right to go based on their lease but then they did that whole song and dance pony show and kinda played with the city. Oh you gotta do this. You got to do they kind of aft- with the city in the season. Well wait a minute crooked and all this. I think that's behind closed doors and says stuff you know about you. I'm sure he's talking about ferguson. Is talking about crime and saint louis c. talking about businesses leaving all that is distasteful but in the game and all. This is the kind of stuff i don't care about. Well this one. I do some of it. I don't care it. Some of the ideas they threw out today. I'm like oh. I don't care about that. Do i hear about a lot of that stuff because your phone. You've got your phone on your ear all the time you're always up you're you're you're.
"gould" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Just walked in. That was some building man. What a this central west annual. It was a dump. It was just so different than what we have out here. I of course it was more convenient to go downtown door cardinals game to a blues game but it just it was just this old building and yet it had its charm. I mean ted's office was gorgeous and susan had a great office in the corner. We watched the pope come by there. That still cracks me up when you were you here when the pope was yeah he went by pretty fast. Holy christ he put the hammer down. Here's the everybody's gathered for hours to see the pope and isn't that little little mobile and he's standing up and home and we think it's going to be a nice slow procession and he's going wave it some people. He went by doing thirty five to forty just like that. Somebody's head just the left. That's it pope's gone. What what did you think. You obviously had worked for cobbler. They own capable. Are they own the sacramento station. But when they're bringing these saint louis you'd lived in branson for high school so it was it like coming home. It will not come at home but it was the only place i wanted to be in television. I never wanted to go to new york. I never really had an inkling to go to chicago or i didn't look at markets looked at teams and the cardinals were my. I grew up loving. My dad loved him. So even though. I like the dodgers to the cardinals team. I rooted for and one of ted's things when i was out in sacramento said. We're going to get the cardinals. You're gonna have something to do with the carswell until they had to say now. I didn't have anything to do with them for a good long while. But i had a little to do with them. I had a cup of coffee. That was all right. How fun was that people. People still see at the ballpark go. Great googly from the homerun. Mcguire home right. Yeah as a mcguire home run. And i'm glad they do and it's nice because you don't get too many chances and you're bob carpenters. Never sick and when he is he works. Anyway so Was that the deal carpenter was out. Then you would get to do the games. Yeah but he He didn't that. Game me and ozzy to the game that you were talking about mcgwire bonds homered in that game. What's seventeen innings. I think and. I think it was on a saturday. Mother's day saturday that weekend. Something along those lines. But our ozzy just being just shaking his head. It's much different to watchable game that is to play at one. You'll get bored and i. I'm completely convinced that he was up in that. Press box with me. And he was a little bit board he was thinking. Get this thing over. With how much longer do we have. But yeah the the call was wasn't really very good. It just kind of came out but people seem to like it. So i guess i'm grateful that even though i didn't particularly like it still pisses me off to this day. 'cause i wanted to call that home. I mean before it happened. It was a three one count. And i thought mcguire was gonna hit that pitch out and i wish i would have said you know he's gonna hit one out on. He wouldn't go deep. Woody but even even more of the point eight on this pitch. He's gonna hit. I wanted to do that but then but people do. Come up to me. And i'm breakfast with the cape ular had blues the head cardinals Even did soccer to right. Did a bunch of aren't old. Tv guy sort of frustrated play-by-play guys. We love sports. We'd rather be at a game calling the game. I think those yes. I think you would. wouldn't you know for sure. Wouldn't i know there are some that do within there are some that. Don't summer happy enough to go out and do sports newsy stories and and not do play by play. You did soccer to write. The soccer was fun. It was it was the indoor. Soccer was neat. You know i didn't. I wasn't here when the steamers were there. But i was when the ambush and the storm played and got me to seattle game. Tacoma got me to cleveland and do a game Where else baltimore to blast those jerks on this Best of the best italian meal. I've ever had was in baltimore during a game. Don popovic known this new this guy and took us there to dinner but it was. Yeah but that was. That was cool so doing play by play in your mentioned the key pilar. We had a very strong sports identity before fox sports midwest came in with our muscle. Then pretty much rated everybody. We had it all. We had bragging rights. Three play by play games braggart. People don't remember that so we have where did that because they had the inventory available being independent or cobbler. Say we're gonna make our name. Was sports both both. He was interested into live sports and they didn't have to blow out network programming to do it. You know if you're going to carry a zoo game on on nbc or fox or cbs. You're going to have to answer some people. Well they didn't answer it anybody. Pilar was the only logical channel to rob. What about the frog was ever pissed frog with. Cw cw debbie. What was his name. Wb okay frog okay. Yeah the frog pissed every once in a while. Tongue is your kid from branson but people thought he's from california so people both right you did a reverse beverly hillbillies i. I kind of identify with every city. That i've lived in a little bit so i'm an when it behooves me. I'm a kid from california. Because i grew up their laws fourteen and played ball. You know and lots of baseball. In fact martin. One of the great disappointments in my life was the fourteen year old orange pony league team. They went won the world championship. They won without me. We'd won the california championship the year before when i was thirteen and a they just celebrated fifty years. I was invited to go to california and meet these guys. And and i said i wasn't on the team man. I can't come. I'm sorry. But no. I'm not coming but so like pete. Best doesn't get invited to the beatles. Rain does he. He doesn't give him so. Yeah i was fourteen. And then i was in branson from fourteen culture shock though i mean southern california nebraska and that was something else so i remember came came to branson by bus. So that's a hell of a ride there with a mother and a crime kid. My youngest sister. Amy was little. So that's two days of misery and then we got to joplin an ice storm hit. So we're on forty four between joplin and springfield going nowhere. I mean the buses moving side to side. It was at ice so yeah it was a it was different for sure we had to take you know i had to stand. I never took a bus. I walk to school. I was close and to stand out in the cold to get a bus. And then i had to ride and when i first got there some six seven miles to get to the high school. When i played ball as a freshman we went to of her and to buffalo from branson eighty miles when california. I never went anywhere to play a ball game. go big triples to go to l. medina or tustin. So i said we are spending the night right. We're going to spend the night. There looked at me. Like i had three heads nuts. We're gonna go play a ball game and drive home. I thought god that's a long way was branson. This is fifty years ago right so it was branch the way we visit. Visualize it today or was or any of that. No it was starting. You can see it coming. I mean i live just off seventy six. So yakov had not arrived yet no no. He wasn't But the presley's were the ball. Numbers were and shepherd of the hills. Was there so dollars city but that was about it when you got pass a certain point Dairyland they were building the holiday inn. There when you got.
"gould" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"This is an interview that i've been planning for a long time and there's no reason we couldn't have done it sooner because he sits about ten feet away from me rich school longtime sports director at key. Pilar channel eleven in saint. Louis uncle rich is retiring. I've been talking about it having them on and people even text or email. You gotta get rich gould on. We're gonna have a great camping debate. We never got into that rich. Loves to camp. I'm a little lukewarm on the idea of sleeping on a pile of rocks while getting eaten alive by bugs. But that's a topic for another day. Rich came to saint louis. One thousand nine hundred eighty seven had been working for a cobbler station in sacramento. And i was pretty sure he had told me the story that when he was in sacramento his boss pulled him aside so we help this radio. Guy do tv commentary in writ sort of didn't school them but helped him out a little bit and that guy was rush limbaugh and we talk a little bit about that rich his whole career and his family live moving from. I've i've joked that he had a reverse beverly hillbillies he went from. La to branson. He was living in the big city. Orange county more specifically but grew up as a kid playing baseball loved the dodgers and then his family moved to branson and do next. He seemed a little hesitant. Even throw it out there but rich heady fascinating career. Did some cardinal baseball on channel. Eleven did some bragging rights mizzou illinois games play by play on some indoor soccer for awhile so a play by play hosting and Good uncle rich. The fan show on channel eleven. That was some must see tv on sunday nights. Just the thing about rich. And i said this to the local paper the post dispatch when they asked about rich school. I said this is a compliment. That may not sound like one but rich would have been a great game show host. Because he's funny quick on his feet for the also is a singer he's an entertainer and maybe if he'd lived in california's whole life maybe it ended up and tv doing game show hosting. I just think he would've been great at that. He's he's a trip he's always laid back. I'll tell you that. Nobody stresses when they're around rich. We read spring training one year. I think it was the day before they going to start camp. All the tv guys are standing there and laura's coming out and it's only february it'd be thinking. Oh god tony might me a little bit. You never know if he's going to be uptight already but the season any walks over and sees rich and because rich cooled stand there. He walks towards him. And now we're like this is great because we're all gonna golob on and get an interview for our nightly news that we need. A clipper two of the russa talking. Because he saw rich he walked over to. He said you'll ritchie was obe rich so we all hop in for the interview and rich and his cameraman. Turn around and leave. They didn't even take part in here. View and i go. Where are you going pal. I'm gone dinner. I'm not doing anything. I'm going to eat dinner. Any walks away larussa. And i said we only stopped and you only stop because rich was here. Is it now. He's not even taking part in the interview until you yes rich man as he rolls rich would often have a steak dinner. And the rest of us. Suckers were probably doing live reports at midnight eastern back to saint louis so rich fascinating career fun guy to be around. He is the focus of the kilcoyne conversation. It's presented as always by b g tuck pointing the best in the bricks. You can get a free estimate by calling three six three zero five two five three one four three six three zero five two five. Find out why they are the best in the bricks. make your home. Your garage chimney looked new again. You can do that simply by finding the folks at be in. Bg touqan dot com. Check out some of their work. Online ton dissatisfied customers. They're doing a great job and it's not just tuck pointing waterproofing foundation repair all of those things that are home related in businesses to Just had a prominent saint louis business. Ask about a tuck corner. And i said this is this is the guy. This is the company rich galati and his team. B and g tuck pointing great sponsors kilcoyne conversation. Also marie davila senior living located quart of clayton and wiedeman road. They've been there since nineteen sixty premier senior living. The villa estates live out on your own but also have all the amenities of marie davila center. You have assisted living all levels of care. Just great folks redevelop virtual tour at marie davila dot com also brought to you by triad bank. The saint louis base bank been around since two thousand five five star rated bank. And i tell business owners all the time we want to get something done in saint. Louis do it with the bank. That is based right here. Triad banking dot com or in person clayton road in franek also appliance discounters on the web. V appliance discounters dot com. All the great general electric merchandise in addition to low prices. They've got ge rebates on top of it washer dryer stove refrigerator. Whatever you need to have it lowest prices. That's what they're all about and delivered quickly where there's so many horror stories right now about not being able to get anything delivered well because they have the eighty thousand square foot showroom. They can get it to you quickly. V appliance discounters dot com. Where their savings are your savings art. Here it is my buddy. The one and only rich. Gould aren't ritchie. I know this. This is the big week retirement looms. But we're going to go back in time and walking through that door. Is your eighth grade. No i'm kidding kidding. You ended up in saint louis u. You're part of the pod people. I'm a pod. i can't swim. Thanks for listening in the old days you wouldn't listen to my. Am radio shows because you didn't am you. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting somebody with a podcast. I know so. This is a special honour that you hear that. And it's an honor to talk to you. Thank you always well the beauty. I will say this insincerity. The beauty the podcast is. You can take your time. You can let it breathe and live on forever so if you say some stupid s. h. Then we're stuck with this forever. It's gonna live on. But i was confused because you've worked at key. Pilar since eighty seven. But that's your second stint correct not renault so eighty seven. You began and you left for a sec came. Nineteen eighty-seven was when i started working for. Kp large television. Now i worked with copper communications in sacramento in nineteen thousand. Five hundred eighty six and then was there in eighty seven. When i got the call. Okay i was saying you went back to sacramento but you so you worked for accomplish station in sacramento. And then they moved into saint. Louis started in nineteen eighty seven. And when i got here. They were on strike. He talked about this. You got hired pistol. Pete was when i tried to go. You know broke the strike rule. The you know. I went through people australia. I wasn't union. So i didn't do anything illegal. I think some of them recognized but there are always some hard asses on on a line like that and her a couple of them. That just didn't want me. Come into the building at all. And i said that i don't know what to you just got to you but.
Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows
"Officials in California say they remain cautiously optimistic about efforts to fight that Caldor fire which is grown to more than two hundred and fourteen thousand acres with thirty seven percent containment he'll say the fire continues to move east but has been slowed down due to the rocky terrain cal fire operations section chief Jim Martin says that combined with favorable weather is keeping it from moving into south Lake Tahoe the incident continues to look better and better every day Eldorado National Forest supervisor dean Gould ad for grew a little over eight hundred acres yesterday that's a least a growth since day one all right that's pretty impressive but fire behavior analyst Stephen Palmer with cal fire says it's no time to let your guard down especially for the more than four thousand firefighters out there there's still a lot of heat out there there's still a lot of hot timber there's still a lot of tree stumps there's still a lot of potential for this fire to get out and move on us I'm Julie Walker
"gould" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"gould" Discussed on The White Book
"Do a stick. A usb draymond seems perfect so i ended up spending just for the record to do this of spending one hundred twenty bucks. I bought the largest As the largest maker sti could find a five hundred or the largest like reasonable to five hundred twelve one can easily get a smaller run and just be fine. You didn't wanna go all the way to tear by no. I'm was silly expensive everywhere. I looked just use the one. He linked whenever i gould omitting. Also i could have found a cheaper about A pro controller that the guy recommended to like i just used his links. I clicked around for other things and like the reviews on his were so good and i know they work for him and i know that he does this. Basically for like like consistently at this point right like it. That i just was like. I'll just use the same thing. Like what am i trying to be fancy for like what is my like. I don't need to try and improve upon the expert guy here and then ended up one hundred twenty three bucks or something along those lines. Okay they basically have ever system. I could ever want on a flash drive which is pretty bad when you put it that way. Yeah i mean think about the size of about the size of this size of my thumb display my entire childhood smaller than son can play my entire childhood weird. The world is insane and just keep getting smaller soon soon enough. I'll be able to just like i don't know put a little an emulator. Contact is or something. Look i mean. I would get fired immediately. And why aren't you teaching the kids because this bosses annoying. Because i'm still trying to beat ultra. What is ultra isn't that. Isn't that the name of the. The octopus that keeps popping up info is. Yes yes yes. It's been a long vinyl fantasy. Six as the final fantasy is that's true not count the number of final fantasy simply the most. But it's been a solid ten years. Since i beat it. Oh also i. I played a bunch of final fantasy tactics and then the camera got annoying. And i quit like you can rotate it right like his final fantasy tactics. So it's not hard. But like i just every time i wanted to move and attack having to rotate. Its louis. Times got frustrating to the point where it was like. I've got enough games and enough ways to play them. This isn't a thing of doing anymore. You've got more than enough games. I think it'd be. I think i had so When i was talking about the former student about when to do the buzzer thing. He was like. I was doing on vacation. But like i got a little busy with work. And then i started going out with some friends at night like the backlog is probably over a thousand games. I don't think waiting for more days to sit down with you and set this up is going to be like a thing that breaks my heart. It's fine looking a really. Have you play details of game. I have not really wanna play one. And i keep getting like three hours into them and they. They're so adamy trohpy. I get annoyed and stop. And like i just need to push through because i just need to have beaten entails game so i have in my head.
What Lurks Beneath: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster
"The modern day fascination with old nasty started in nineteen thirty three when aldy mckay and her husband were driving along loch ness and we all know that lock is scottish for lake right so they were driving along the loc when less than a mile out in the water. Algae mckay reported seeing a tremendous upheaval on the lock which previously had been a calm as a proverbial mill pond. That was my scottish accent. Mckay said she saw what she thought looked like the body of some huge creature resembling awale rolling and diving churning the water into a bubbling foam. The creature was large enough that when it took its final dive under the water sent out huge waves. Mckay and her husband stayed on the road for half an hour waiting to see if they would spot whatever it was again. But in that time it never resurfaced the only paper that ran a story about the mckay. Strange encounter was the inverness. Corier other than that. No one seemed very interested less than three months later married. Couple mr and mrs spicer. We're driving south along loch mess. When they claim to see a huge prehistoric creature. Cross the road in front of them headed toward the lake according to an interview. The spicer's gave to rupert gould. Who wrote the first book about the loch ness monster. The creature had a long neck and a low thick body about four or five feet high. Mr spicer said he couldn't see legs or tail but he did see something flopping up and down which he later thought was a tail curled around toward the front of the animal. The couple said they couldn't tell if they're creature entered the water because their view was obstructed. And they couldn't hear anything over the sound of their engine. The author gould however claimed to have been watching the lake the same day. The spicer's say they witnessed this thing cross the road and he confirmed that the water was particularly choppy and noisy at roughly location. The spicer's claim they saw the animal. Gould went into the interview skeptical but based on their description and a drawing. Mr spicer made he came out. Short that the spicer's were telling the truth and had in fact seen the loch ness monster.
"They wanted the voice to be as realistic as possible." - Orchid Bertelsen Head of Digital at Nestle Talks Virtual Humans and Alexa Projects - Voicebot Podcast Ep 217 - burst 12
"We didn't know if we wanted to go full digital. He'll en route or an avatar leg. Almost twenty twenty version of the x are like on an animated character and think meantime when it comes to urging tag a lot of people have their own opinions on it a lot of union a lot of meetings almost every single meeting with leadership getting up to the point. They're like ra creepy. We want it to be creepy right. And when they see creepy rinsing uncanny valley without realizing which is when you're interacting with a being pay or avatar agent of. It's real or not and we can certainly talk about on the coffee test turing test or whatever we totally but for us we are able. Let's let's test it right leads to a very quick test and let's see if there is a difference between how consumers react to a pixar like animated character versus a digital humid and what we found through. That research was that there was actually very minimal. Difference on how consumers reacted to the face but the difference of were uncanny valley came through in the voice. They wanted the voice to be as realistic as possible. Which led list go into that because as fascinating too because with the voice. Yeah i think a lot of is about setting expectations. A lot of people thought that the this experience was going to be talking to zero or talking to your google home or whatever it is and we actually have two rows that you can t when it comes to the is each part of your voice tech stack and you go on daily. That's a devolve ways whether something google dialogue flow offers amazon. You know holly offers or microsoft or you can get a voice actor and you can have them free reward in different messages now. The challenge with voice actors is that now. You have to go back every time you want to update experience. You have to go back and breathe. Recording licensing is expensive talent fees. Things like that so we went our what is off the shelf. But what is the best version of the off the shelf that we can get it because it gives us more flexibility. Not because it's cheaper rate so when it interested in voice text act. There's speech to text the nlp engine and then text to speech so species taxed and all the engine. We used dialogue gould outflow and then really what was up in question. Was this text to speech. Portion of it i went through all the voices so we decided we ended up landing on. Aws polly neural time because the pacing was the most natural because for a while and this is still something. We're working on. Because i think facing perfect yet because she she's very deliberate and takes pauses in swimming pool. Lake wars on a vast new york. East coast hawker fingers. But you know so. So that's where we're at and that's something that we're saw
Hallie Gould, Associate Editorial Director for Byrdie, on Clean Beauty
"You know in your opinion when it comes to Like clean beauty. How can consumers tell the difference between what science and what's just marketing buzz. Yeah it's really difficult. I think what. I think is really wonderful about kind of this clean. Beauty boom is that it has made for much more educated consumer and i think that more than ever Consumers have felt really empowered to you know to research on their own to understand ingredients to question brands and claims. And that something that. I think that We at have been really inspired by. I think just generally our readers are that type of beauty consumer there. They dig a little bit deeper. And so it's made us dig a little at debrecen and try and understand better. What we're gonna say how we're gonna say it how language has nuance and how so much of the clean duty movement is wrapped up in marketing. And that's not to say that like it's not good like i think consumers brands and companies in all of that stuff like they all have good intentions. Everybody might smell a good product or use a good product or or use something. That's good for their skin for their bodies And for the planet. And so i think for us the way that we talk about it on the site kind of detail this little bit in our aeko. Beauty awards is we we We think about products Sort of in three categories so clean ingredients which again clean has no set definition so we published a list on the site that says these are the ingredients that if they're not in a product will call it clean and that's not to demonize the ingredients on that list because scientists constantly changing new studies are constantly coming up. I think people are really really quick to to have no no less than an hate ingredients because one thing said one thing and another person said another thing and so we really don't want to add the fear that comes along with these lists of problematic ingredients. Were saying this is a list of ingredients that if we don't if a product doesn't include them we will call it cleaned that's are set definition so if we're calling something clean. It doesn't have these
"gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And really small ditz visual there. Yeah got him. He was my favorite uncle. He taught us how to masturbate. Actually he didn't touch. Is there anything like that. He just stood up in jerked off into the fire at this party. Really i wasn't gonna say anything his bardy. Sometimes you just gotta sit there and be a christian. Sporting event. Weird town man. Your uncle really jerk avenue fire. Well it's a mix of stories as my buddy's dad basically we come back from a dance and a buddy at touch some girls genitals after the dance and it was first time many of us had ever touched anybody's of women's genitals young and and my buddy's dad came out and literally i mean this is a little. He smelled my buddy's hand for like a long time and then masturbated into the fire once we went inside. So here's the about me beaten off into the fire. What is the thing. This is a lose lose proposition because first off. There's always a chance for pup- sange because you especially these logs poppers area of low water and there's a lumber another thing is is you're completely illuminated and it's probably the side of you that you'd rather have to be the dark side to side so you should always put your back to the fire when masturbating or i got. Maybe not even use fire at all but he masturbate a little crazy. yeah start off you know. Wean yourself off that campfires with one of those little cans one of those in the bathroom. Thank you know what i mean. Yeah maybe maybe a roadside flair. Eventually you'll be down to just holding a over your head like you're winger concept birthday candle eventually and you know you've heard a birthday. It's not just the one can. Yeah but still. It's just too risk it flares up at of kids parts. Yeah but yeah man this. This man is most frustrating thing in the world when they get those novelty candles that come back breath okay. Let me camp craft with this. The last time somebody somebody get him a water. What kind of fire was fire left. It was a dance and it was like our first dance and the girl had folks that come and pick her up. Just tweet girl you know she just kids. You know out there touching each other's genitals and and it wasn't. This isn't covington louisiana lee harvey oswald middle school. It's mike august from louisiana and he constantly explained to me. You have no idea how fucked up. That places like uber open. I grew up in north. Hollywood which i just soon as dump doesn't seem kind of dumpy. It is aesthetically. There's no it's always funny. It's my sort of argument with ghosts. Like everyone is from louisiana or haiti. Or whatever says oh. There's there's that one human being from valley village north hollywood mcgraw with. Oh there's definitely an energy and my crappy stucco apartment. That was off of lankershim sherman way never saw. How is it that we don't have joe's whatever. Whatever met louisiana grow in a no house because i got aluminum sliding windows and stucco put on with a bad sponge popcorn ceiling popcorn acoustic ceiling. How come no ghost there. They don't want to stick around on it. There's a persian landlords. It would definitely stick around and hall at someplace so we he just explains that first off. Every every governor of louisiana just goes to prison halfway into their terminal. Yeah i mean. They used to have signed summer when edwin edwards and david duke running against each other. They had signs that said. Don't vote for the racist. Vote for the crook and those were one of them's campaign signs. I used to lift weights with david. Duke say this dude. I swear to god. We shared a back fence. We shared back fence for probably eight years. You ever get invited any a- used to take me to the gym slime of this whole shared fans what is that. that's not. How does that work when you shared a background with david. Do it just means one family paid for the fence. And then just both people used both sides like their own side so david duke is your neighbor with neighbor. Yeah oh this is getting good and we used to go to the gym together man. And i'll tell you this nicest guy in the world. Let me say this. Can i say this. Serial killers and rapists are always the nicest guys share racist rapist. You know whoever they are. You better be nice. 'cause if you're this and you have this horrible attitude you'll you'll you you can't you can't you can't pull out. I've always a surprise when they again man on the street interview. The neighbor of this era killer like. Did you have any idea what's going on. He was a muslim guy. You come any indication that he was up dotting runaways and dismembering them in his basement no drove a previously like fears old. Thought maybe that was a normal thing from the joe just to be accurate. If i was to say a ducted gay runaway prostitute in dismembered with saws all in his basement. What you say and it was discussing stan. Your neighbor less than fifty percent chance of him engaging in that behavior. And that's my only choice or less. Yeah more okay. Yeah loud up definitely say less than twenty five percent abso- going to go less alright. So he pretty much kept to himself. Yeah there's less than twenty five percent chance. He did the runaway right game murderer because when you advertise a horrible human being you. It's hard to get in right away with all the horrible hippies can't hide in plain sight alter-ego so david duke live behind you. Yup the bahamas. The guy famously. Trump never heard of or or something in our subdivision backer. What this place. I grew up in. We used to have i mean. We grew up kind of a stray animal belt which is basically like late. Eighties early nineties. Like they had a lot of extra animals going by you know around and a highway in animals get hit out there all the time and so on saturdays we'd go bare. We'd pull up the bodies and bury them right. We'll tell you this one time we're burien something. It could have been a dog or tall raccoon. I don't know what it was. But it was like david duke david duke and this other kid named danny who actually had his extra salivary glands in his mouth needs to sweat out the side of his mouth a little. Bit david duke. The crazy from on. I come to you. We bear coons hell. No i remind lifting with you. But i want come on. We're going out and road david. I do disagree with doing it last week. Oh tell me you don't do it. Come on back on the track putting his arm of in this specific wanting to but yeah we used to pull them off embarrasment one time. We found much annuity.
"gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Suite squeak. Have you met miss a good friend of mine. Just moving on yeah. That's a good point. Man i i work with a guy named trey and his last name was roundtree. So i'm assuming tree came from roundtree but i never asked around three. Oh yeah. Wow isaac on point today. So he's he's in tune. This guy squeak. I work with said. We're talking about Eating pussy and he said I don't eat nothing. It gets up and walks away when i'm done. There's your pearl. There's a black pearl of wisdom. Call those black pearls. New have never heard that black pearl o. Man with urban dictionary or do that like when my trainer super brother Terry claybon said to me that the fight games about putting faces in seeds. And i didn't correct him. I think he meant fannies. The point is s. Black pearl texas t. So just. I love life man. Either good or butchered words of wisdom would be black pearls like could you be a brother you think them i don i i don't have i don't i don't have the vertical or the foot speed of the hair i do i do have i do have the hair you get the height lot of brothers big guys not fond and my dad brothers big galvanize you'd probably say using the phrase saying fine yeah you're outrage but it made me wonder at that point when some of the other brothers agreed with them with squeaks black pearls of wisdom then made me think is this a fake. I don't know i mean different. Cultures have different opinions. I guess don't well who knows. I don't know what the time you were wondering this. I'm still wondering maybe sure thing. All of your black thing you know there was. There was a jew. Yeah that is for sure stereotype. There's a thing on touch point. Oh or they're having a pie eating contest quote unquote and he's playing us like three black guys and they're like the like not going near it. Oh yeah this is the thing. Yeah yeah they don't they. Don't push magic. You don't do love matching no you think to a trick and no. I think a love hate relationship with magic. Which is i from every video. I've ever seen online so much. Greater reaction whatever whatever david yeah where to black magician it. That's what i wanna know abu. The david blaine. He's not black though. That's a good point. He's sorta honorary tape on this john. David blaine did a thing. He did the limitation thing for me in front of me now wants in front of the bathroom at love line. Was it incredible freak you out. It's this it's really cool. But it's this thing where when they have to do something i like. They don't just stand in front of and level tate. They turn around and get like a three quarter. Turn like if you're standing at at twelve th straight up there facing seven forty five or something and then they then they put their hands up. They start focusing and they start doing it. But it's always kinda like why didn't you. Yeah we had a guy we hit once. It wasn't blamed but he was like was blocked. He's out a puerto rican jewish blaine while he said. I'm going to bend this fork using using philip. And i was like all right. Let me get a four. I brought my own a while. Okay you say just by crate and barrel just grabbed described as super dirty stout your hardest four stainless steel for can either look rather you didn't get here heaviest dirtiest strongest status for eighteen or bust. That's right you can see on section section. Yes when you provide the fork it makes me think maybe there's something with the fork and a little less telepathy but day anyway. Hey gary gary grabbing a fork or something but jerry. I wanted to hear a little bit of The net flicks Yeah No offense is what is called. Where'd you shoot at there. We started down in new orleans man. Ooh it was a little scary because they don't have a regular comedy based fans down there And i mean they had people that had never been to like an auditorium had people because i came from a small town people that have come out of nowhere to see this. I mean they had people thought it was like a sporting event they had a woman. They had a woman yelling literally. Yelich cheering the entire time. Like yelling defense. Like as if like had no idea that a throw roundabout about seven minutes like had no idea what this was. So wow that's scary because it was unique. I've done the he do. Stand up in front of your crowd and it's awesome. Yeah and then you go do some corporate thing or somebody talk to you in a some charity event for the old blue hair society. Or whatever and it ain't the same it ain't the same so filming it. Wow it was a mix. I was a little scared. But i thought well if i never get to do this again at least i get to do it like at home and stuff you know and people cheered weird parts like it would be a joke and everybody's like cheering like like a political statement. It had a little bit of a trump rally feel to it at certain moments. It really really did. Well let's Let's i just told. Gary grab grab few seconds seven so we can hear it tough time at a tough year family stuff you know always man. My uncle just got busted for a thuc.
"gould" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Have enough height okay. Needed a dome. And i live with this thing like putting on a plate. Hundred eleven on. It wasn't deep enough to accommodate in a certain spot after living and then it would get net for the outdoors outdoor picnic. You're preserving moisture. Let's yes it gets schwartz all over it and after about six years i. It's always i said. Don't they make ones that are higher than this. Where the handles don't don't push in come out like tabs and sure enough. They're all over the place and their dollar ninety nine and i was making a the tallboy soup bowl in there today and i put the thing over it just today and i thought the old one would have been teetering on top of it with the handle inside plastic handle inside the soup and i just thought this is so much better and it's something. I use every single day and multiple times a day and it was under three dollars. Walk around your life and figure that out and not by bentley through this we've endured six years of teetering dome and didn't realize you didn't have to do that. Well in my mind. I bought a microwave. Who were hawking right right. I needed a better microwave with hover an pox to those who designed this one. What they really need is something shy of a time machine that can take the burnt popcorn odor. Out of your micro 'cause at a certain point. That's you've got to chuck the whole unit. You gotta you gotta you gotta wash tomato juice. You have to draw of tomato juice family got hit by skunks and just bury at noon it. It's like a skunk made of cat p. Yeah the most smell you can down put together into a thing. Yeah the smallest we ever came up with which is on hobo power which is a unit of stink measurement. Everyone's headphones just went out dawson. We still according. Yeah we are too. Something sounds weird headphones. I the i decided. A fifty and hobo power was a cat that was fed nothing but blue cheese. I three weeks defecating on a white hot hibachi. Oh yes plume yes loom. That came off of that was was a fifty. That was my jumping off point for that was the middle point on my hobo. My units of stink. My friends rescued a cat. And somehow it pest into their stove top and that was the end of the stove. Yeah that was the end of the stove. you're done. Yeah when when the microwave when you forget about the microwave bag that explodes in there and burns all the kernels. That smell can only be removed by taking One of my golden nugget deuces low boy cap and letting it let let nature take its course max. Von sydow has to come to your house and clean your mike all right We got some phone calls and things you tell you what inventions i go right here with our tickies. My skiing with my daughter earlier this year And my daughter. Twelve years old says they should invent a ski glove with a pocket inside the palm to put the hand warming pattern Yeah and i'm on the mound going. Where rich and never followed it up right but odd this. If if no one gets to that by the time i taught on down to the patent yeah story also jock straps with a pocket front pocket for arctic ease pads. So you're never afraid so if you're twelve thirteen years old and you don't wanna get called to the blackboard. Right ryan said about nine forty five in the morning. You're you're good to go. Yeah a nice coal comcast on the junk you're going to blackboard with a clear conscience confidence and that's literally boehner easy boehner especially the advent of sweatpants. Aw the the impact of sweat pants on the amount of american boys were not properly doing math problems. Now is yeah jaw-dropping. There should be two things i don't i don't wanna crack. You would just take the arctic ease rap. And i would just wrap my dog straight. No tape to my lake so holster injure known everyone should do ever everybody. Every every parent impossibly grandparent listening to me garden. Should or guardian should Take a quick tasteful just photograph of them having intercourse with the parents with with each other with with a partner with partner with the mom or the dad or the grandmother whoever the parent guardian whoever that is and just give a little wallet size when the guy hits the seventh grade and just go look. I don't want you show this your friends. And i don't want you to dwell on it but if you do get called up to the chalkboard and you're going commando quick pan. You got the air jordan. Sweatpants on quick. Just a quick peek. This you know what i mean. Every day he'll take their. It'll go the other way it'll high in your astle doesn't and then you have a world and we have to have that conversation took comfortable but important seven but i remember like a adam sandler used to always just wear sweatpants like i. I don't i'm i was born. Forty eight years. you know. i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna walk around in sweat pants right unless i'm home and i would think like are you just have like mind control over. Your boehner does Does anybody. I will tell you the move at least in the genes. That works impossibly sweatpants as well. What work what. Part of what creates the spontaneous and unwanted. Boehner is it presses against it and sort of like the forementioned cat rubbing up against your skin. It's when you start pressing. It starts pressing harder. That's it's a sort of battle equal that goes on make one move. It's a quick move slide. It you gotta pull it and you got to tuck it up against your bali. Get going now. Don't let it hang out. Pass your belt because people think well. What if you pull your pants down any lower than your knees even either way you pull it up a doesn't have anything to press against. It's going the wrong way. The bloodiest drains that back back out of it. It'll it'll kill bone pretty quick one more thing on this on this line of questioning. I know you've got business to do. I was thinking it's sort of the same line about the photos of your parents. People who make their own sex videos is there. Nothing else on the really. You think lack of choice that is a level of narcissism. That is why not. Why not film yourself dumping if now there better even if you just want to watch people there are better people to watch the news. There are professionals now. I but i feel the same way with the guys who got a brew their own beer like the hit off. A sam adams. Their sierra nevada. Go oh damn somebody. Can somebody a blade. That i need to name brew right now. I can drink it. You go to fucking trader. Joe's there's two hundred varieties of beer all better than what you could. Yeah you don't have to wait for the ferment. Fermentation and i've had roommates. Where it's like you hear the explosion in the middle of the night because the five gallon bucket went off in the kitchen and took out part of the ceiling. And it's like for seven dollars you can get the best stuff on the planet. Do better you want beer. Like this is going to be great and six months jay. Leno joke about how you could make apple pie with rich crackers..
Upheaval: The Journey of Menachem Begin With Director Jonathan Gruber
"Jonathan gruber a warm. Welcome to johnny gould's jewish state. Hey johnny thanks for having. I've been looking forward to this interview for some time and indeed i've been waiting for a movie like this for what i'm unashamedly proud to say is my favorite israeli of the modern era. This was a man with a massive heart and for those of us who appear to understand him a little bit more a bit more gracious in their memory of him. I don't think he's quite as controversial or indeed as contradictory as people say interesting. I think he is pretty complex. The i i don't think he's one side or the other i think that's you know like most people they have different opinions on different Different topics he just happened to be in charge of lots of things and i found a tremendous amount about that. I never learned before. I own web Very young during the ad the peace accords egypt and understand his history in sort of the scope. Israel's history and even going back to world war two was was fascinating. Let's go back to belarus because he talked about his upbringing. His father was very learned. Torah scholar and his mom was the best mom in the world like older that jewish mothers. And that's kind of what chills me in a way jonathan because here we are in washington. Dc and in london living. What looked like a very similar life and then an absolute disaster prevailed for him sheild started jewish or hebrew. Education are very devoted parents. Our father was a very educated man. Mainly sage in judaism and mother was as any sun can save perhaps the best in the world it sounded to me that there was prevailing antisemitism. Grow out so he might have had a lovely family life. Things were not so great at school in the film talks about anti semites that would fight stick up for themselves so there certainly were issues than and sad to say. There are issues In in the uk in the united states anti semitism
'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date
"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And
"gould" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"It is ho. That person It's not projection but held. That person expediencies the personality in some ways that that's a really good way to put it. Yes it's how they experienced their personality and how they experience will have the experience the world which is unique. I mean for all of us a some less predictable than others but Maybe more interesting. But i yeah i think that's a good point that it's It's not just a personality but it's also a reflection on the personality snow. What makes it complicated for machine is that as you say is unique to the individual so it's not a generalized -able characteristic and so difficulty to machine that is not you know it's not generally generalize symbol of generalized thing. Right if so so. Be look at jim. And a large proportion of the cloud concludes. Jimmy's jim nez through glamour. And we look at sally at a large proportion of the crowd belief. Sally also has ruled glamour. But jibs through bammer is not saturdays. Took right so that's machines will likely feel. I'm i'm vicky with you. Now you're beginning to agree with okay. So yeah that's So that that would be my answer to your question. That would be my my justification for why i answered your question. No i mean. 'cause i gave it a lot of thought and it actually led to my My refashioning of argument in in one of my central chapters yeah no answer a cavalier way. I'm thinking about it. Is that because it's unique to individual all the that you know you teach a machine to pick up through glamour from a cloud of thousand people. Let's say ten gland people in that crowd because the the ten people have their own unique of driver. yes that's that's right so and because it's it's not like say beauty or something like that and i'm actually not sure that that's so uniform but i know that some people think that there are you. There is uniformity there some standards criteria beauty. That are fixed. But i don't quite agree with that but still each person is beautiful differently But of course that's not quite as complicated but if you you know if you have ten beautiful people in the crowd you know perhaps machine could pick it up but with regard to glamour because it's so elusive.
"gould" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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Interview with Tuvia Tenenbom
"He's my absolute pleasure to welcome back to johnny gould's jewish state to via tenenbaum. Absolute pleasure to be with you again. You know you are a true free speech. Doyenne and for this particular podcast. I think it's the first thing verson ground rules as you can smoke. That's the first thing eight you're wanting to billion and the second thing is you truly opened my eyes to my own. I think tolerance of jew hate when we first met two years ago thinking because before that time you know. I've been conditioned i think in growing up in the uk in school where they're only three jewish kids to tolerate the what they call politely banter works erm you would call anti semitism and it did overstretched itself from time to time and i think that is a sort of shall we say looking for a better word but would have jimmy cued. I think from a lot of british people. And i think that's what you sean likes this book. Which is finally out in english. That's why it's called the tame taming of the ju. it's not just a take on shakespeare. It's the taming of the jewel. I mean giuseppe. Funding indicated biden. Own amazing to me edo deny or tolerate and sometimes joined together. Fox's would there accuse us we'd the hate us. That was shocking. I mean the fell. Shocking was citizen. This admit is imminent burden. I didn't expect it. I went to britain. Because i'm a tinto naomi's love english data. I said okay. My published opportunity mean sister. Go anywhere you want whatever you would like to go is i like to go to britain. I like to go. i like to see did out. I mean zane ought to do it better than anybody else. That's what i remember. And then the was black seed said. Okay i'll see you two belting stone which one stone i didn't expect anti-semitism and i didn't expect such a contaminating such a contagious. Such deepen. they semitism so deeply rooted. You know it on an island katelyn or in england which is the most important of course a bit of the uk but it was a frightening to sit and what is more fighting. Wants to see the basically. I'll kind of collaborating. Sometimes they had to fight jewish lead. Doesn't seem like law. Your people told me this and that your people told me i interviewed. People not told me are available. The life is a horrible thing so this is the common people and it took time. Tim's admitted but one that gate open has had them open and started talking. Honestly say to me you know. How many times have been told delta jew oh you know let us all kinds of dips and it's like amazing much so and little kits in manchester of hasidic. The auto talks kits in manchester and london will have had acts pelted them only storm so whatever it is i mean is a big addictiveness and we talked to jewish leaders saying even when the time used to say anything against wirelessly well owning two positions if to say one wowed against jimmy coleman only now's opt in the position you know as it became hewison you wayne saying that a one is easy allies. That are not going to be selected you know in a volume label for example district. Tina zero willing to say it was piping to see that one of the most disturbing rates. I think of british antisemitism and this might go around the world as well is. There is a sort of dog whistle so that someone can maintain that they're not anti semitic so someone who is an influence on me. Extreme left and concise something assiduously continuously hard left without. Referencing jews but then. His followers commend dog whistle a really serious anti semitic sort of betrayal of what they think themselves. I'm using an example of a very powerful voice. Which is john bishop. Who has who has three and a half million followers. He prostrate himself in front of ken loach on twitter. He said all this great interpreted it was as though he transferred the word. A jeremy corbyn for ken loach. I would kneel before him. And then if i couldn't anymore i prostrate myself in front of him which set off a huge torrent of jew hate and of course he a month ago on holocaust memorial day. Couldn't believe the terrible tragedies and then this is where the problems lie and that's an eye opener i think for british choosier surprising the anti-semites i mean disgust for britain and coastal are the places. You know that they took very nicely. Buddy dead jews in world war cho- you knows such nice people bubble and so bad and let's give some money to memorize them and and an make any fence you know maybe even endows of comments may be whatever it is making events you know in in a beautiful place to memorize their juice by the juice living was you know i mean it's like at all let's let you know what's album changes on the plane and of course the cord is a polish time. The code is is the stinian am am by itself. You know if you kill by the palestinians you know it doesn't mean that you don't like jews you know if you're critical officially doesn't mean that you're antisemites if you are cup only fizzle and if the only people who care about our justice palestinians because you killed by nobody else. Don't get about. Muslims in china while being tortured by million. Your don't care about syria. Don't care about libya you don't care about lebanon. You don't care about you. Don't even know what happens in yemen. Of course you never heralded by the war in chechnya and and distorted opening their head about anything. Only but it's going to stadiums you know is that there's a problem and they interesting thing when when i went into states and talk to the people and i tied to figure out. Why only this issue bottles you know. Other they show from people is back know underneath it. The other side was fight. Independence genius he. So did choose members alleys jews and a hall of people or some people would say something like you know what you will high. I don't know why feedbacks why feel about palestinians and i don't feel about anybody else. I have to think about it not over the palestinians up. You know it's like when. I wanted to start with like anyone to my my wife. Easy as you mentioned and i went to take a towards kamla sound everything and i'm gone to straight on that and i pick up young people young white folks as they call them. You know students. And i say i. My name is ahmed. And i'm from palestine. Would you like to appointing the individual cumberland. I say to say some wards full touma. Addison sister palestines and yet when you see slice cates looked like he must santana even studious and everything or well drafts. And the person free pop stein. And then he apologizes up. Tradit- day. Yes not yet picked up to join the battle. I'm just like you away. Think i'm posting. Think whether you might want to. Nobody looks like from his teens. You don't even have. Some people do not know the distance. When i asked him to stupid question between lemon palestine.
"gould" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Track the podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer. I'm your host robert. Perry crews and with me as always or my fabulous co hosts know rabbits. And it's me jackie. How's everyone doing tonight. Ever ready for another full length episode behavior analysis and behavior analytic research. You know like every week when we talk about a topic related to the field with some great research and sometimes intense a special guest smooth. I'm ready that was the question you are already. That's answer good. Glad here you are. You're ready. Jackie was well you're also ready. I'm always ready awesome. Well we are very fortunate tonight because we are speaking with Another awesome special guest in. That is dr eveland gould who will be talking with us. All about acceptance and commitment therapy especially in these hectic times of covid pandemic if you thought you're done listening to episodes about covid bill. You're not because this is a great one because we will also talk about acceptance and commitment therapy. You've only done one one episode. I think directly about talking about training so this is going to be a great way to get into that topic as well as bring some kind of modern times. Although i think this is a good modern time problem to have because let's do some some deep soul searching and thinking about maybe new topics but anyway love the title this episode act in the time of covid. That just gives it this really nice you know what do we all need something to help with mental health and anxiety and flexibility we. You know it's perfect time. Eleven the time of cholera. He'll to it. So i appreciate the reference i mean it was going to be act in the time of cholera. But i didn't know if that was really gonna make it less about that. Was who knows what that would be like. I don't know maybe you do. But before i go out with my terrible metaphors and terrible episode titles. Please please introduce yourself to all of our listeners. Hi i'm in. Flynn and i would love to not say any more but see. This is always the part that trip to me up. Because i go into complete anxiety mode so i'm gonna act myself rely on. I'm going to walk into the discomfort. And say i am a clinician. I'm abc bad and also a licensed psychologist and i work with families primarily for a work with families for two decades by a lot of that time. A huge portion of that time is was with families of kids with autism other learning challenges. And i also work a lot with ocd and anxiety and do everything from little. Babies opt to adults in lots of different settings. So michael work has bean pretty diverse. I suppose and i do research. I guess i do some research..
New York City high school reopening plan coming next week
"Mayor De Blasio says he is aiming for public schools to reopen fully next fall. Wi sees Jessica Gould has more the era of hybrid learning could be over soon. Speaking on the Brian Lehrer show, the mayor said he envisions welcoming back all students in person in the fall. We will be fully open in September. There would be five day a week instruction for everyone. But de Blasio says some students may prefer learning virtually and the city plans to offer an all remote option as well. More immediately, he says, next week he'll be announcing a date for high schools to reopen to in person students. Hey, schools opened in October but shut again in November when Corona virus cases started to rise sharply. Elementary schools have been open since December. Middle schools reopened last
New York City Middle Schools to Reopen as 30,000 Educators Get Covid-19 Vaccine
"The students for the first time since November. W. N. Y. C is Jessica Gould reports Tens of thousands have elected to return Mayor de Blasio says reopening middle schools is key to the city's recovery and two kids, academic success and mental health to help keep those kids and staff safe. Covert testing at middle schools will happen Weekly now and overall 30,000 School system employees have had at least their first dose of the vaccine, Pre K elementary School and District 75 students who chose to be in person. I've already returned to classrooms, but hundreds of schools have had to shut down temporarily because of positive cases, high schools are still closed, and the majority of students in the system are learning remotely full time. Two new mass
Ellie Goulding Announces She Is Pregnant
"British singer Ellie Golding announced invoke that she's pregnant with her husband, Casper, Joplin's first child, Ellie, Golding said that wasn't the plan but becoming pregnant. Kind of made me feel human, she said. I want a better word than womanly. But I have curves. Now that I never had before. I'm enjoying it. And so is my husband. Congrats to
Col. Richard Kemp: Educating Israel's public an important driver to their vaccine rollout
"As always it is my pleasure to welcome colonel. Richard kemp to johnny gould's jewish state. Welcome to us. Thank you very much joining us. A real pleasure to be back with you. Yes again marvelous program you winning of third cap today which is unprecedented today. We're talking about national security now. Of course you a member of cobra. The government's top level crisis management committee. Health really is as much issued national security as counter-terrorism and the first question is off the most successful nations in vaccinating their populations those which apply the values of defense against other security threats. I think there's a very good point. You make that good question you ask. And i think we. We can look at the responses of a number of countries in the world to corona virus in terms of control measures to try and reduce and also that that that what we know of that plans to vaccinate against it. And what one thing we have seen is that is the effectiveness of authoritarian states daily with this now of course not effectiveness does come at a price. They can simply come on people. Do whatever it is they want to do. They will do it by launch And they don't need to worry about what the media say worry about controlling leader worry about vision risen to any significant opposition so late they they simply can organize things in in a very authoritarian or away as they do everything else. In many cases that's been shown to be effective with you. Expect now cool the price you pay for that in your entire life is not what what you gain in a crisis like this but what it does do think is to strike the Old out approach you need to to fight To vaccinate people against it. I would say that the one country that we've seen striking would include even call it middle pop of making use of all of the mechanisms of crises. The very used to deal with while not being an authoritarian state. Not having the story yet being extremely effective is as i think most people recognize israel has led the world as far as the vaccination program the problem with actually starting and stopping down cetera. Didn't think it's been any worst take in any other country In terms of controlling of ours. But i think everyone acknowledges that the world the the reason for that and one of the reasons is the fact that this country is run by and people by individuals who have with virtually no exceptions have military experience and therefore they have an understanding of the need. I think all the kind of measures that military forces and the play schools in some circumstances apply to dealing with crises and on top of that the country has been at war versus be continuously to one another since nineteen forty eight and people understand the the the need for the expressed measures be taken the all hands to go to the pump when necessary now many israeli watching this will be smiling at what i'm saying because they probably all say tell you how chaotic the bureaucracy ountry nothing. We live in the same same as in our country. But what one reality is that. When when those people see a threat to themselves whether the threat from rockets the threat from terrorism threat from a an endless like this. I think they they do tend to have a very effective military almost military quite way of reforming
New York City Public School Seniors Say The Pandemic Is Shaking Up And Slowing Down The College Application Process
"Carlson. New York City public school seniors are now in their second semester, and that's historically a time to take a breath after completing college applications, But some students are still scrambling to submit essays and complete financial aid documents. W. My CI's Jessica Gould reports. That's only one of the ways the pandemic has shaken up the college process this year. Just a few days ago, Joshua Sr was sitting in front of his computer sending in his last college application to Howard University. I can't believe it a school y'all and This my final application. Wow. Yes, Josh goes to Brooklyn Tech, and he's a superstar. He's an a student with high test scores. He loves biology and Mandarin. He always planned to apply to college and the Corona virus didn't change that. But it did make it much harder. There were no campus visits or college fairs. He couldn't pop by his counselor's office to brainstorm. It's very much me in front of my computer like 12 A.m.. The night are in the early morning hours. This like China, think of things and there was no one to look over his shoulder while he filled out financial aid forms. I was so scared. I was gonna mess up Maybe one figure and You like label of fraud or something. But he says the biggest challenge has been juggling all his new responsibilities at home. Josh lives with his father and sisters in bed Stuy. His dad is a property manager who has been working around the clock since March. So Josh takes care of his 98 year old grandmother a week. My grandma every morning, I'll put her on the heart of party that's next to her bed also helps one of his sisters who has autism with remote learnings. I've had to kind of fill in as a teacher kind of helping her out with some of her homework, he says. For awhile, college applications just had to take a back seat to his other obligations. And experts say that's been a common theme this year. Angelique Figueroa is a counselor with a college bound initiative, a process that would have ended completely in December is now being pushed into January and February, she says. Part of the challenge has to do with applying remotely. She thinks the main reason is because students are under so much pressure, and some of their parents have lost their jobs. So now they have to work and they have to be able to provide And, um, I'm sorry I'm getting emotional, but I think that that is why it's taking them so long because they have to now. Not only be a senior Graduate from high school and be the first in their family. But now they have toe provide financially for their families. Like everything else with the pandemic. The impact on college applications depends on where you sit on the economic spectrum. With no s A T or a CT this year, applications over all appear to be up. But applications by students from low income families, students like Josh, who qualify for few waivers are down. Eric Waldo is with the common APP, which allows students to apply to hundreds of colleges at once, certainly a decrease in applications from first generation and low income students. And that's been probably the most troubling takeaway. He says. It's not surprising given how much families are struggling with finances and with loss. He says. Covert. 19 has also underscored how important it is to go to college. Having a college degree is actually was protected people and giving them the ability to stay home it all from the pandemic. It's been a life or death issue, so to be is that much more important that we you let this be a really a clarion call to all of us to do more to make sure students are applying to school and that they're actually showing up and going to college. That message isn't lost on Josh Sr. It's really just a question of where he'll be going next year. He's still waiting for responses, but he's already gotten a few, including this one from SUNY Binghamton accepted Yeah. First college acceptance ever he hopes many more of these are on the way. Thank you. Lord Jessica Gould w N.
Choosing To Foster To Adopt To Build a Family
"You got talked into having kids matt. How were you in the process of like. Did you ever consider surrogacy. Or were you always gonna do fostering to adopt or tell us about that both griffin i had spent a considerable amount of time in africa. I lived in west africa for two years in the peace corps and during that time which now is like twenty years back i was really struck by the fact that in in west africa specifically the idea of family is much more fluid than i think what we traditionally see his family hearing west africa. You know if you don't have a kid 'cause you can't have a kid for some reason but neighbor has six your neighbor will give you wanna. There's it's just kind of like the way the community works like f. You need kids for survival of kids are how you cook kids or how you clean. Kids are how you ensure your your old age and so it really struck me at all. We can't give way to my brother. It struck me that astray that like we had a really generally a very limited view of what family could be in this country and so when it come time to have kids i think for both griffin i. We were just both like well. We're we don't need to go through the hundreds of thousands of dollars process of surrogacy or the thirty thousand dollars process of even a private adoption foster. That's like spell like the right thing for us to do. Yes so you chose foster with the hope to adjust that past. I'm sure you did your research. And you knew that that was gonna come with possibly heartache. Along the way. And that's that's you have to have a really thick skin to take that path. No i mean. I think we knew that there was always a possibility of baby going back going home. I think that that is an easier kind of idea in theory and i think we both went into it. You know again. Having a peace corps volunteer griffin ran a nonprofit in africa. We are both like well. That's what we do you know. We're we're good we're doing. It's the right thing to do. And we'll learn to love the biological family and we want to do what's right for the kid when they hand you five dale baby in the hospital and you start hearing the story of how that baby got their got there. I don't know something kicked it. It became a lot harder to envision. The idea of giving a baby back now. But i think that most people certainly gay men don't think about is you don't think you have any paternal instincts and that was actually the shock for us all of a sudden when somebody hands you a baby and says don't kill it. Yeah your instincts animal. Don't kill it your animalistic instincts. Kick in the baby. Could make funny breath from across the room. You're like you know so do. You can't rule out the nature portion of the program and so i think that also made it a very different challenge in theory thought. Oh yeah we'll we'll give a baby back and then once you get the baby you're not trying to get the baby
The most important 4-letter word in this economy: jobs
"Begin with the most important four letter word in this economy it is of course j o b s jobs about which we got the january report this morning so seventeen days into a new administration thirty six days into a new year three hundred and thirty five ish days into the pandemic economy counting as we are from mid march last year. This is where things stand. Yes we added forty nine thousand jobs last month and yes. The unemployment rate is down to six point three percent but we are still nearly ten million jobs underwater from where we started and also yes. I know that was a lot of numbers. But as i believe we've mentioned a time or two and as marketplace's mitchell hartman is about to remind us numbers can tell you. Think you're too but wearing economy stance. There are a lot of numbers in monthly jobs. Report it's kind of dizzying. So i asked each of the economists. I shoot the jobs data over with today to pick just one indicator that shows where the economy is eleven months into the pandemic one number that slams you between the eyes twelve and a half million. That's kurt long. Chief economist at the national association of federally insured credit unions. And he's referring to the total number of jobs where in the whole since the pandemic hit in the jobs report. That's ten million however if we had not been going through what we've been going through the past. Nearly twelve months the economy would have kept growing and long reckons. It would have added another two and a half million jobs. Jobs needed to keep up with population growth for new high school and college. Grads immigrants new parents returning to work and a half million jobs. That's an enormous deficit of course and at the pace we're going is just not nearly fast enough to eat into that and now the number. That slams elise gould at the economic policy institute between the is three point. Nine million jobs down. That's how many jobs we are still missing in the hard hit and often poorly paid leisure and hospitality sector people who don't have an adequate safety net because their wages have been low for so long. Now let's talk about unemployment. officially that's ten million americans who don't have job and are actively looking but mark hamrick banchory says that doesn't count a lot of people who are not working because of cova danger or childcare needs. We have another thirteen million. Who are either out of the labor force and want to work or who are underemployed. Working part time. I would like to have full time work at him up. He pegs the total unemployed at about twenty three million. That's about one in seven. Americans who had a job before the pandemic started
Enrollment Continues to Increase at New York City Charter Schools
"Enrollment at New York City's charter schools has increased during the pandemic. W on my CI's Jessica Gould reports. Overall charter enrollment grew by about 10,000 students this school year. The increase was especially high for white and Asian students. And for those learning English enrollment, and Chartres has been trending upward for awhile. It increased by 10,000 students last year, too. Meanwhile, enrollment in city run schools has been decreasing in recent years. Although the decline this fall was steeper, with 43,000 fewer students, charters continue to serve a relatively small slice of New York City's families with less than 170,000 students total compared to the 960,000 in the city's public school system.
"gould" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Whenever this lifts again we'll go. We'll see now all right. Take care thank you. We'll talk soon alive man. That was a lot of fun. She's she's wonderful isn't she. Well she's sandra's she could. She could easily be your best friend or my best friend. She was great to talk to put a story. The story continues yeah. She's quite the amazing person how she has adjusted. All this. and i and and i really wanted marcos one day when when shows get back he's he's an extremely talented guitarist. I've seen him play number of times. It's amazing so when all clears up we will go. See marco's play and we will hang with melissa and she'll Will drinking and toast joel. i look forward to those days again. I'll look forward to that to really. She's a she's a special person. It seems in the so Until.
"gould" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Age now. Twenty her just not have any aspirations of ryan. I mean she could be crashes assistance. That would be your dream. Job would be your dream job. not really no to. She's all into that. I know we're very different in that way. But i mean but you will. I mean i guess it's kind of you will have her first job and trying to find her way. Do you have like the She has a great workout and this has been working since she was you know. I think a sophomore in high school she worked in an ice cream place. She works like she. She has a job on campus. She worked at warner brothers last summer in the studio store like sheen worse. She knows she's not afraid of of having a job. She gives her everything wherever she has had a job but in terms of like good career. I don't know that she knows yet. I don't know that it's in hollywood. The way i had a career in hollywood. I'm not i. I don't know it's kind of up in the air as it's okay for twenty year old as it should be. I mean. I think that i was very fortunate to have a direction. Like i said i always knew. I want to be a writer. I always knew that. I just didn't know where i could have been a journalist I thought i was going to be Advertising than i ended up. T- writer. Now i have this memoir. I was always on this path but under the umbrella of writing. And i always wanted. That was such a gift. Because i have so many people in my life who really have struggled with like what do you wanna do when you grow now. An takes a while to find it sometimes. So that's why i feel like i. At least i knew. And i had some direction to follow but i think mine is not typical. I think it's more difficult to be floundering and many kind of fall into something. You rely summit this pursue. But i knew writing that. What was it like we're in atlantic or i just i loved it. I knew that wasn't going to be it for me. Just observation about writing. Hey you say it. I mean it's a big umbrella and you can do almost anything with it but probably most people see any career that way you really do have to be the way you described being a go-getter that you call anybody the assistant of an assistant and to get a job like that which are coveted jobs. Kind of really what you have to do. I mean in addition to being a writer. You know you have to be really. I mean maybe even more so than other than some other careers not in hollywood. It is amazing. Like sometimes i. I look back on my career and i really do feel like. I can't believe done these. When i wanted to do this and i did it and i want to. That and i did like jack jack play. It's all worked out. And that's what's so crazy like you know. I think early on i got i was going to be an author writers. Did they ups right. And i was an avid rear as a kid and i would read like three or four books at a time. I just was constantly reading and i think i assumed i would be an author and then i grew up had other interests again was always a constant. But that's the irony about now. I am an author. But it's because my husband died so the crazy light. Why like i i so. These were not the circumstances under which i became an author. But it was crazy to questions about that. The first win though you you mentioned in the book after he passed about going about starting to read again knowing that you you should be doing something and starting to write again and i assume that meant for you know. Tv or or screenplays. Did you pursue that as well. Well this is what happened. When joel was very sick with his the multiple sclerosis. It was really starting to affect his daily life presented completely different business that i thought okay joel sick. This isn't gone away. I better get back into tv. And that's where we'll have like the best health insurance end. I'll make the most money and all of these things like would have been really good for sewing. I wrote a specs. Grants and i started to contact people i had worked with in the past just to let the now. I'm back to my colleague. Was what happened to melissa boobs by a lot of cranston a lot of people a lot of people supported me so i wrote the script landing. Okay i'll get. I'll use it to get stamped on show or somebody's interested in the script and making the scripts fantastic but it was really just about getting back in because you're only as good as the last thing you wrote in the last thing for me had been a few years of that point so i really needed some new material so i wrote the script on spec and i had planned to start sending an outlets like the following monday. That saturday though is when. I took joe the hospital and that lasted for three weeks job in the hospital. So my script kind of sat there and when he died and once i got out of all of my like shock over losing him so unexpectedly the thought of going back to that script and pursuing any screening like. I couldn't wrap my head around it. It was like too much to all-consuming. I wanted to be there for sophie. I talk about might have an only child and i felt like an only parents. And it's an important distinction for me. Because i didn't want people thinking i was divorced or that. This was something had chosen like. No i lost my husband. I became an only parent and sophie became my sole focus. And i knew that. If i were to start writing in hollywood again i wouldn't be able to be there. I won't be able to pick her up after school. I want to be there for the long hours when working on a tv show and thankfully i had some breathing room. And i wasn't did not have to find a job immediately. And i'm so grateful for that but still in all of this tunnel of losing has been a little bit of time. Had asked friends encouraged me to join her writing group to go back. Your bashing ali and i joined this writing group after some internal debate. Hadn't it really was the best thing for me. It was just for me. It was once a week for like two hours was down the street from my house and i could go. I could just start writing. And i knew it would be a way back to myself in the midst of all of this free but i started writing a novel and a friend of mine after Maybe session was wrapping up. And i was signing up for the next session and the french had encouraged me to join. This group. Made a comment one night. Like i like i love your novel So good you know so. Glad that you're writing it but you know your husband just died. You're raising soapy on your own. And you're not writing about any of it and i really thank. You should in iowa like what by had never occurred to me in all of my years of being a writer. Hit never hurts me to write about myself or anything that was going on for me. Personally it just was not in my a frame of mind ever all but it was all thinking about for the next week. Maybe because i realized i did have so much to say i had so much to say about how i was perceived in the world as a widow being a young widow being a mom widow mom i had just started seeing somebody and that was very complicated. Feeling i just was like you know i. I do have a lot to say. And i did start writing the following week in class i was like that's all i could think about was writing that what was going on and then once i started. I couldn't stop so everything in my life every day to day that i was dealing with became fodder for my essays than i started getting my essays published in in this book really. I mean it was a number of years a what happened for us to the novel that you writing during the first group. Do you think you'll ever do within. The i haven't looked at it in a really long time. I remember loving it and i remembered people in in scenarios. I was creating for these characters. I don't know could go back to it. i made you start something new. I think. I have another memoir. There's a lot of curiosity widow. Ish tastes plays basically year one. Losing my husband and people early readers are like what happened. What happened is are you in marco still together in Be what happened to your daughter. So i don't know if there's more to the widow story i feel like i might be but i'm not sure what's next. It's something good will come out of this. I'm sure of course there's more to it. You're still you're still living you're still around. You're living your life. Can we talk about your cast of characters that we have in this book. I mean you you touched okay. So it's someone who's your friend. It took me a sec. Beat because all of a sudden okay well. I know joel jol bliss melissa sophia sophie then all of a sudden there's like all these other people like wait a second. I seem to remember that she had a different name but suddenly the names of changed is this. What's going on zone. Because believe it or not. Yes they wrote this memoir. Okay i put it all out there for the world to see. I am a very private person. I really am like i just. I'm a very private person. So i wanted to protect the privacy of the people that i was writing about some. Some people have their manes because there's no rhyme or reason to it and only people who know me will know who like. Oh why did she names. You would know of the same name but this one is so is really to protect the privacy and others and really my privacy in some ways aweso. If that makes any sense you went to a rabbi but there was also another religious figure very surprising to me and you kept his real name. Who who is this mystery person who you turned in joel osteen was i know it's so strange. This was the most surprising part of the book for me. Yeah i know. It's very strange. But i took tremendous comfort in jolo seen sermons. You're not the first person to say that people who i know which really shocked me. Well there's i think for me. It's because it really did happen. The way doesn't the book which was as an might higher listening to satellite radio. I stumbled upon this station. It said like stay tuned in joel will be back with another heartfelt message for you. Something like that and i look like a heart attack in in my car and i was waiting and waiting and waiting for Thought was my husband with a message for me. And i thought of course he's gonna come through on the radio mic. It's all it's music and they started playing has a rhythm to to his. He always start to something funny and that he does. They colds up your bible. Say like you believe it. And i was so confused because this isn't joel like again. I was so deep in grief that any thing that could have been assigned iran with it so this to me was the biggest sign your combine husband journal and as i. It doesn't sound him. He's talking about it by a bull. It's not really hispanic thing. But him. And then i realized i looked at my dashboard which had been black had been completely lacking blank like almost like the car had died or something and then adam nowhere i see. It's jolo cnn his picture and his phone number which is the same phone number is my jaw all year. The last it's like five five. Joel is the out if you knew that day when you call joel but so i had to keep listening. And i liked him. I oh he's funny and he's cute he's got like a tweet on his is joel migrant twinkle in his eyes and they both have dark hair and they have the same initials on the same phone number. I was just completely won over and his sermons really spoke to me somehow i. They helped me in my darkest time. Somehow i know it's weird. I still love him and you know he's controversial but in terms of light company managed by agree. That's that was not for me. You say it's weird because it's weird to you for people for people who know new or you just think it's weird because i'm jewish and i'm not particularly religious and to that and i don't look joel osteen even though he's in the anjelica preacher to me. It's not like these religious. I'm not looking at him as a religious outlet and looking at emma's more evidence original guide. So that's where. I think it may or may not be something that people like. Oh that's that's weird you know. I think my rabbi will think it's strange. Did you reach out to him at all or did you write to them tapes on the next book.
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Google inks agreement in France on paying publishers for news reuse
"Rich and agreement with api g. A group representing roughly three hundred political. In general information press titles in france on a framework to pay the publishers for res of snippets of content twenty nineteen reform to copyright law in france. Quite paying for use of tippett's which google sought to avoid by simply not displaying them over francis competition regulator ruled in april that a unilateral withdrawal of snippets was unfair damaging to the press sector and likely and abuse of dominant market position ordering that gould negotiate payment terms with publishers. The agreement establishes a framework within which google will negotiate individual licensing agreements with pg certified publishers within api membership or reflecting the principles of law with contents to appear in google's new showcase partnership program under the framework payments will go directly to publishers. Though terms will not be disclosed. Google said it's already reached. Individual agreements with a few national newspapers. Like lemonde the figaro and liberation
Google reaches agreement on framework to pay French publishers for content snippets
"Rich and agreement with api a group representing roughly three hundred political in general information press titles in france on a framework to pay the publishers for res of snippets of content twenty nineteen reform to copyright law in france. Quite paying for use of tippett's which google sought to avoid by simply not displaying them over francis competition regulator ruled in april that a unilateral withdrawal of snippets was unfair damaging to the press sector and likely and abuse of dominant market position ordering that gould negotiate payment terms with publishers. The agreement establishes a framework within which google will negotiate individual licensing agreements with g certified publishers within api membership or reflecting the principles of law with contents to appear in google's new showcase partnership program under the framework payments will go directly to publishers. Though terms will not be disclosed. Google said it's already reached. Individual agreements with a few national newspapers. Like lemonde the figaro and liberation
New Admissions Changes For New York City Middle & High Schools “First Step” Towards Diversity, Advocates Say
"City education officials have announced a shakeup in public school admissions w N. Y. C is Jessica Gould reports. Mayor de Blasio says the city will put a pause on all selective admissions for public middle schools next year. And it will eliminate priority given to families who live in District two for the sought after high schools in their zone, which stretches from the Upper East Side down to Tribeca. Students will still need to take a standardized test for the city's specialized high schools and other high schools can still be selective about their admissions. But they have to draw on grades, test scores or attendants from before the pandemic. Data shows selective admissions and geographic priority contribute to school segregation. Officials say The changes are steps toward equity at a time when the pandemic has made educational disparities even more stark.