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"happ" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"To do our part to give back to unity. I like the idea of the wrigley through my eyes. Because you're right. there's something about it. You could be standing on the other side of that little gay on the cement in the stands and rowen one and it's special and it's it's unique but i liken it to the scene in in field of dreams where like he's stepping on the field. That's how it feels at wrigley. It doesn't feel that way. At every ballpark you know there's a lot of new ballparks but this place is nostalgic it's historic and when you open that you stand on that it actually sends like use bumps through your body especially for anybody doing for the first time so good for you for sharing that with everybody because it truly is a unique experience you really do you feel ernie banks you feel Sandberg and babe ruth and guys that stepped on that field when you really take a minute and think about the hundred years plus of history that that wrigley has it's It's really special to get to get to share on that holy ground That those guys also played speaking of history Making history right winning a world series here in two thousand sixteen. Unfortunately for you was a year before you got here but you've got to be around one of the guys that was instrumental in that happening and he recently just signed a deal with the washington national. He's going to be gone he gets to be with kyle which is funny. Get some familiar. Faces there with davy. John lester he leaves a legacy here. We all know that we all know what an incredible human being is. But for you personally. What did john mean to you. I know you guys were really really close. What he teach you. What kind of life lessons and baseball lessons did he give to. So that you could have your own your own path and your own career. John john taught me how to be a pro. You know from from that first year in two thousand seventeen It really took me under his wing And and just taught me all the little things that go into preparing He was the most prepared player. Most prepared pitcher. I've ever seen The way that he went about his bullpens the way he went about his day before. Prep i think he taught a lot of of guys that he played with how to do that. and it was just so amazing to watch him compete. He was one of the guys that You'd run through a wall for every day Being behind them and it was such a privilege to get to the play with him for a few years and to get to experience that for me. He's a no doubt hall of famer if he changed his organization And i can't say enough good things about what he's done for me personally As a baseball player and just as a person now but he's going to be gone so who's gonna be the one that picks up the check. Because john led the league in picking up checks. We saw that with all the beers he bought. And we know that doesn't stop. He was the house to celebrate. Afterwards he was the one taking care. Everybody's so somebody's got to fill that void if you had a suggestion for anybody on the team to fill that. Who would that player be. Yeah it's going to be really tough to replace that. John was the house who's the he was always. Good for a. Let's grab dinner We're gonna need raise the step up everybody knows about rez That's i mean. Let's just put it all on rigs and make pick up every check. Then we can make them feel bad if he doesn't. I think i'm all in on that. I think that a great plan and just shows you how much you're preparing not just at baseball. But what it takes to be a team leader and making sure that anthony picks up all those checks is just another suggestion that now. I think everybody should follow so good on you for that right there. And and thanks for stopping by and joining us here at off the mountain and it's great to catch up again. I wish you nothing but success. Coming up in two thousand twenty one as you know a big. Thank you for stopping by the show. Great to catch up with him. I know he's prepped. And ready for spring training doing so many great things out in the community of corn tea. Coffee wrigley through my eyes multi talented and of course is very own. Podcast the compound and to hear more great conversations like the one you just heard. Please subscribe to the off. The mound with ryan dempster podcast on apple podcasts or spotify and they're all presented by our good friends at sloan for everybody here at marquee sports. Network and off the mound. Thanks for tuning in. i'm ryan. Dempster will talk to you later..
Ian Happ on Jon Lester’s Impact: 'He Changed This Organization'
"John lester he leaves a legacy here. We all know that we all know what an incredible human being is. But for you personally. What did john mean to you. I know you guys were really really close. What he teach you. What kind of life lessons and baseball lessons did he give to. So that you could have your own your own path and your own career. John john taught me how to be a pro. You know from from that first year in two thousand seventeen It really took me under his wing And and just taught me all the little things that go into preparing He was the most prepared player. Most prepared pitcher. I've ever seen The way that he went about his bullpens the way he went about his day before. Prep i think he taught a lot of of guys that he played with how to do that. and it was just so amazing to watch him compete. He was one of the guys that You'd run through a wall for every day Being behind them and it was such a privilege to get to the play with him for a few years and to get to experience that for me. He's a no doubt hall of famer if he changed his organization And i can't say enough good things about what he's done for me personally As a baseball player and just as a person
"happ" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"Hitting so I'm all in on that. You know going into the offseason shirt training. You know baseball stuff scouting trying to make improvements but just as important as we know is relaxation is getting away from the game. What have you done for fun. What is he unhappy. Because we do a lot of stuff. You're many hats you wear both. Have you been doing for you for for fun. Yeah it's a little bit different. This offseason new. Usually it'd be able to travel you'd be able to do some things and see family One of the first things that i did as soon as the offseason over with go see my mom. My grandma that i hadn't been able to see for a long time. You know right after we were getting tested knew that things were really safe for us so that that was a huge thing for me just to reconnect with some family But the rest of the offseason. I've spent quite a bit of time in texas In austin playing golf being outside. That's always kind of the getaway for me. Ben chicago a little bit around the holidays And into january so Been doing a lot of stuff in the community. I'm really fortunate to be able to be connected With this great city and and to connect through the podcast and through what we're doing connect grocers So i really tried to take advantage of that especially When people need it the most have we talked about it before all the great things you're doing for the community in chicago. It's really started. I think the foundation of it started with the compound. Your guys is podcasts. That you guys have you and medicine and short to this unbelievable podcast. Great guests first of all present company excluded. Best guess you guys have had on the podcast. Oh man besides you I think the coolest get for us was probably early on when like jeff berlin said yes right away like a quick yes when we were in one of our first five episodes. I think that Was was really like a proof of concept. That people would want to do this. People want to talk to us We had him in jake johnson. That was really cool. But i think our best one guest. Oh man it's just such a tough question I think r- is coming out of summer camp to like right before we started. That was a big one because it really as a season started. People jumped on board and It's been really cool to see the following the entire way and now that you're like an expert question asker an interviewer. What kind of advice would you have for me. So that like you know. I can do a better job at what i'm doing. You're that you're the best added You know you. I learned from you. Because i got to watch you do off the mountains. live at the convention but that was kind of a thing that i said watching the way that you talk to players like how can we have a conversation And make us feel comfortable opening up a little bit showing off their personality And that's just. That's what i try to do. Try to get guys to open up and kind of show the fans that there are more than just the baseball player. They have a lot else going on in their lives and really cool guys you you guys do a great job of that and i love listening to it. It's the stories and and the three of you together. Have you know obviously a lot of a lot of good energy and it goes really well and then you have an avenue to because of the podcast to be able to do stuff like promote quarantine. Coffee talk to us about quarantine coffee how that started and what people can do to be able to give you know. Give back to that. Yeah pointing copies. Been such a fun project. Started with When i was in arizona at the compound reached out to connect roasters who's from burbenay illinois Caleb the founder over there sent me some coffee. And i fell in love with the product. And i i called him a day later. And it's from the idea of quarantine coffee and they were already doing a give back Where they were giving to where they were sourcing the beans from so whether it was tamala nicaragua they were giving percentage back to build communities schools. And so i said let's bring this to chicago. It was the middle of the pandemic. And we really wanna do something to give back and to help our community so we partnered with. Save the children On the national level than we partnered with the chicago food bank To give back here in chicago and it's just been such a rewarding process to be involved great company. Who's who's making wonderful coffee. Which is i'm passionate about and then to give back to the community and really help Connect groceries it's been incredible Coffee for copa dot. Com is the website and we're also doing some memorabilia giveaways with connect grocers dot com. Have your friday. They're doing a drop of maybe cleats or batting gloves. See so that's going to charity as well which we've been really proud of and you and then on top of that which is incredible stuff. You have a really awesome project that you do call wrigley through my eyes. Yeah the motivation behind through. My eyes was the experience of bringing people. Down to wrigley. When i when i was caught up in seventeen eighteen. My brother lived here For a few years before was drafted. And so we had some people in the city that we knew and they'd been to you know twenty four hundred cubs games but hadn't been on the field and when we finally brought people down the field and they got to look back at the stadium. They had this all inspired moment of of just really appreciation. Everything wrigley is in so we thought what better way to give back to the fans than to bring in an artist Pat bayle who didn't incredible job a drawing by hand and he really brought it to life. P he drew in every little detail took him two weeks To each of the three originals which was just amazing to watch And then we said let's let's give all the proceeds to charity and let's really make this. Give back through the community It's been a really fun project. We've really enjoyed connecting Sold it at all the cubs inventions and this year without the cubs convention but around the holidays. The guys From the compound to coton zach. Nies said let's do a limited release of of the through my eyes. Let's see if we can sell these out on rhythm bacon impacts we raised ten grand Ten thousand dollars in forty eight hours Which was incredible with all the fans. and so that that money went directly to the chicago food bank as well so we we really enjoyed that project and the compound being able.
What Does Chicago Cubs Outfielder Ian Happ Do For Fun?
"You know going into the offseason shirt training. You know baseball stuff scouting trying to make improvements but just as important as we know is relaxation is getting away from the game. What have you done for fun. What is he unhappy. Because we do a lot of stuff. You're many hats you wear both. Have you been doing for you for for fun. Yeah it's a little bit different. This offseason new. Usually it'd be able to travel you'd be able to do some things and see family One of the first things that i did as soon as the offseason over with go see my mom. My grandma that i hadn't been able to see for a long time. You know right after we were getting tested knew that things were really safe for us so that that was a huge thing for me just to reconnect with some family But the rest of the offseason. I've spent quite a bit of time in texas In austin playing golf being outside. That's always kind of the getaway for me. Ben chicago a little bit around the holidays And into january so Been doing a lot of stuff in the community. I'm really fortunate to be able to be connected With this great city and and to connect through the podcast and through what we're doing connect grocers So i really tried to take advantage of that especially When people need it the most
What Does Chicago Cub Outfielder Ian Happ Do For Fun?
"Know going into the offseason shirt training. You know baseball stuff scouting trying to make improvements but just as important as we know is relaxation is getting away from the game. What have you done for fun. What is he unhappy. Because we do a lot of stuff. You're many hats you wear both. Have you been doing for you for for fun.
"happ" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"That's right ian half's going to be joining us on the show but before we get into that we gotta talk about sloan's no touch and watching technology truly state of the art second to none and couldn't come better time so we want to thank them for providing that technology so that everybody out there can wash their hands and stay safe big. Thank you to sloan. Well this guy. He's about ready to break out in another big way this year. We know it. He had a great season last year. One of my friends incredible golfer and one heck of a center fielder so without further ado. Let's go off the mound with center fielder for the chicago cubs in hap- apper. What's up buddy. How you doing wonderful how are you doing. I'm doing fabulous. you know. it's the new year we're moving in the right direction. Pitchers and catchers report and like under a month kind crazy to think don't you think yeah it It's felt like a very long offseason. I don't know if that just because of the early exit or maybe because how short the season was but how long it fell but We're ready to get back. That's for sure. Yeah did that. Feel weird. I haven't asked anybody this but like to start up a season you know. It's going to be short but did you guys feel like all of a sudden you were just hitting stride and then it's like okay. It's over. yeah it really did because you had to keep yourself that you had to stay ready for so many months and then quick spring training quick season And we've five think we've finally felt like we were doing everything right. We get a hold of the protocols starts to have a flow to it and that before you know it it's over and you you stayed so ready we saw. We followed it. You guys kind of housing together. How much did that help having a couple of guys around where you guys could just train together be ready together so when they did say play ball that you report and ready to go yeah. That was a huge Thing for me. I think just the camaraderie through that time Difficult for everybody in the country being away from family loved ones So for me. I was really lucky because my brother And his fiancee were out in arizona And then i had the guys at the compound which was huge So we got to be together. We got to stay very active. We the tennis court We had basketball We were able to be outside and be playing golf a little bit too. So i just the entire thing Was a good way for us to stay ready and and to keep in baseball shape too. Because you just don't get the opportunity to move around like you would on the field and then you get a chance to play. The season starts And your manager david. Ross gives you the opportunity to just go out there and play every day. We talk about it all the time. It's like you never get a chance to prove yourself in the big leagues. You know for me as a pitcher. It was starting every fifth day. No matter what the results are you're gonna you're gonna pitch. How important was that. And how grateful for you for that opportunity because it allows you to kind of bust out and show what you're capable of doing. Yeah that was huge for me. Rossi having that faith in me To be able to put me in the lineup every day it was something that i'm really grateful for his trust and Just just the communication that he had from day one Whether it was through the first spring training or then in the summer camp end into the season That was a huge thing for me And then early in the season a couple of times. When i didn't get the story out he was very Very open with communication and and it was something that definitely helped me make adjustments during that that short season to be the guy that was playing center field every day so that it's something that as a switch hitter who's played a bunch of different positions hitting in one spot in the lineup for the last three weeks or four weeks the season Playing center field every day and really turn to own. that will venable. He's not with us anymore. But but his tutelage and just just showing me how to play the outfield Really talking you through a bunch of that trusting Jay and Really picking his brain and then being able to work with those taman showroom in the outfield that those were huge strides for me and my career. things i'm just looking to build on for this season and then now going into the next year. Okay now you've kind of solidified yourself as that guy. What have you been doing this offseason in order to prepare. 'cause 'cause guys make adjustments they're gonna make adjustments off of the things you did last year. What are you doing to prepare for the next season. Yeah that that's a great question. A lot of the preparation for my body is just getting ready to play a full season getting ready to play one. Sixty two You know working on the consistency with speed Some of the agility comes along with playing center field because even going into last season there was still a little bit of going to get a chance to infield in my not And so really focusing on getting my body ready to exclusively play the outfield There's something that's a little different this offseason which which i'm enjoying And then from offense standpoint. It's just the consistency. It's working on the things that helped me success and then some of the things right handed that i want to tweak and get a little better at just tried to inconsistencies. A big word tried to try to be more consistent day in and day out With my approaches my swing And really feeling comfortable from both sides. Do you go back to like a video and watch video from this past season and maybe like take a team and say all right. How did the saint louis cardinals attaching all year. and and kind of have that catalog. So that your the muscle. Memory of your brain remembers that so then when it comes down to the season next year you like oh you guys wanna try me pound my hands. I'm going to be ready for that or you want to pitch me down in a way. I'm ready for that too. Yeah that's that's a big part of it Our team does a great job with that of putting together. Some of those way teams attacked you. Especially if you like what worked late. In the season september when guys were tacking me but differences And really trying to address some of those and be prepared for it. I think that the preparation And understanding how teams are going to go about. It is the big part of of Having success in the big leagues because it does change so quick from from week to week. Or you've been serious series when you're saying when you're seeing different teams. There's so much information. That's readily available now. But if one team can exploit a weakness everybody's gonna know about it very quickly And so two staying on top of that Jimmy ducey is coming in As our i don't know what it would be. I don't know what his official title is but offensive production specialist. I guess And he'll be in the clubhouse with us. I think is going to be great. I've played with him in. Triple eight in two thousand nine hundred greek. I already talking to him about some of those things about where pitchers tried to attack And matching that with where i have the most success in those are some some really big things going through the season. Hey immunity me a favor okay. So when he comes in and like whether it's like early on in spring training or something in the weight room something just blair. I ride my bicycle by queen. 'cause he put together he had the worst so we did a cubs idol back years ago with With the team and guys like barney was playing the piano and Justin berg was playing the guitar and we had all these national contests you had to have teams in it lasted throughout five weeks training and he wore a full chicken costume and and did dance to that song. And and we almost just on theatrics alone. Moved them along. So i need that audi i just need you throw that in there and fresh and i wanna see reaction. That is beautiful. I i'm going to write that down so i could have for spring training. He already he already said that we could make t shirts. that say. Just blamed jim. If we're not.
It's Felt Like a Very Long Off-Season for Ian Happ
"Let's go off the mound with center fielder for the chicago cubs in hap- apper. What's up buddy. How you doing wonderful how are you doing. I'm doing fabulous. you know. it's the new year we're moving in the right direction. Pitchers and catchers report and like under a month kind crazy to think don't you think yeah it It's felt like a very long offseason. I don't know if that just because of the early exit or maybe because how short the season was but how long it fell but We're ready to get back. That's for sure. Yeah did that. Feel weird. I haven't asked anybody this but like to start up a season you know. It's going to be short but did you guys feel like all of a sudden you were just hitting stride and then it's like okay. It's over. yeah it really did because you had to keep yourself that you had to stay ready for so many months and then quick spring training quick season And we've five think we've finally felt like we were doing everything right. We get a hold of the protocols starts to have a flow to it and that before you know it it's over
India 2020 Voice AI Year in Review with Haptik, Slang Labs, Klove Chef, and Women in Voice
"Aggravates. Welcome to the voice spot. Podcast thanks for having me. I'm excited i'm excited to so the topic. Today is the year in review and we really focus on what's going on in india. You have a very interesting. Let's say a front row seat to what's going on with conversational a more. Broadly you deal with chat and with voice as you look back on twenty twenty and you look back in india and the conversational space. What was the biggest story of the year. What stands out. I think the biggest of the if you look at everything in addition i Chad boys todd bobby platforms use cases gov support if you just look at the broader space end for us like you mentioned right. Rear look on the internet of things over. The biggest breakout story has been whatsapp By that what What i mean is that if you think about the decio. Facebook has genuinely taken a number of steps. do enable what's up to become a platform for businesses to do a lot more with it right the genuinely thinking about this was the first yard where they would enough actions that facebook is accompanied to basically say that look deadened mission with what chapters to become like. Ob chat by web businesses and branch can come on and a conversation experiences to enable commerce engagement. Ben support So far for for us. And for me specifically as i think about the landscape i actually you know. I want to go to the extent and say as far as i think in domes of build adoption of conversation in the seven yards that i've been doing this which is like a lifetime in this business. this is probably the biggest route moment that that's happened because of the simple fact that You know if you if you provide in platform read a hundreds of millions of users can genuinely use. Nlp conversational interfaces dude to businesses to get things done for commerce far support it it probably will be can be a genuine battered. I'm shift that. You know people like you and i have been talking about for many rs. Okay so you work with a lot of big brands. Yeah so when you look at when you look at what's app or these brands interested in what's happ before the new features came along. Yes so there is always been a great Interest from start dating back to two thousand seventeen on more street because of the simple logic that you know most of these bands and more of the bland managers or the c. Suite dr day us. What's up like five hundred times a day for everything right. so then i'd choose expansion. What product on my band on this bag form so the interest is always been dead. It's been it's been the case for like i said the red bottle to your four yards. You know it was just a matter of the features being available the platforming available and more broadly in honesty the features started begging big. Started becoming available about a couple of ers by but really your until the earlier question is whether it was the first show. Facebook obliquely came out multiple times in. I talk about the fact that whatsapp is going to be a platform for engagement with businesses. Right unlimited a lot of things down features actions announcements which gave ams especially large brands a lot of confidence that look this is a good platform for businesses to stay and not just something that was been for like monetization got and so we've seen other moves along these lines as well with google also have business messaging feature. What is the general reaction about those. Are those going to be supported as tier two. Are they going to be supported as enthusiastically. Or is it going to be more Something that if if i have to do it i'm going to do it. But what's abbas where i want to invest. I mean i think you do have a but not like a must have sort of need. I mean it's the classic Vitamin was painkiller sort of analogy read. whatsapp is like is like dope. Incommoded solids of very big problem in terms of engagement. Outreach was Assured the good to have that a check box i need to be on those channels honestly similar a little bit with alexa and google has read what we've seen play out over the last two yards. Which is yeah great. I'd love to. I'd love to be on alexa of beyond will so that we can check it off that a band present debt. But it's not. It's not solving the problem of engagement.
Google plans to crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021
"In some startling news, right? I did I did a double take when I saw this Google confirmed that that it plans to make some changes to the Google play store in twenty twenty one and there's GonNa. Be Some big changes folks I. Hope you're all sitting down I by September twenty, twenty one, all APPs on the play store will be required to use Google. Billing. System. Google says that ninety seven percent of APPS that sell digital goods already do this google gets a thirty percent cut through the system as they have up to up until now services like Netflix and spotify bypass this by asking for a credit card payment directly, they would be required to transition over wants this switch happens. And given everything that's happened with epic. Games. And fortnight an apple and all this stuff. This is this is a a direction I did not expect to go in. But. Then there's another piece of this Google said, the android twelve will make things easier for third party APP stores as devising revised system that allows for the install of third party APP stores without compromising the security the system. So on one hand they're gonNA make everyone used they're gonNa make all one hundred percent of APPs, use the payment system so they can get their thirty percent cut but on the other hand they're gonNA say we're GonNa make it easier for third party APP store cannot use our system. So this kind of seems like. One Hand Washing the One Hand one thing the other hand doing the other thing I don't know what do you guys think of this? This was this was this a surprise you or what do you think? A little bit. Yeah. I mean I I, think from a consumer standpoint, I I liked this move because. It just means that there's only one place have to put my credit card info. If something goes wrong like my info gets stolen somehow you know there's there's only one person to blame or one one company to blame and it just makes the whole checkout process a little easier. But of course, from a developer standpoint, like you said with everything going on with epoch lately it. It sort of raises questions as to I guess whether this is okay whether this ethical on Google's part but I mean I I, I think opening things up to other APP stores will I guess help a little bit in that regard? Is. This is this opening the door forget jar make a resurgence. Man is get your still around I'm curious jar. JAR STILL AROUND DOT COM YEP mobile phone. APP. Store founded in two thousand four. So before you know before android. Yeah I suppose. So I'm curious Google isn't Giving any specific information as far as how android twelve is going to allow for this easier. But both of these announcements really feel whether group I would say it or not feel kind of tailor made to the moment at which they're being sued by epic games for you know under the under these accusations that they're incredibly unfair to third party stores and that they required too much payment too much of a paid a a piece of the payment that's happening. Ri I understand what you're saying ron as far as feeling almost like they're doing two things that might seem to go counter to each other at the same time like the majority of of Android apps at least you know in places like the US are going to be going through the play store and. You know the. Money changing hands inside the APP through Google Services has benefit and so what I mean is it worth thirty percent cut I don't know. But that seems to be kind of the standard between what apple's doing what Google is doing whether that that means it's right I guess that's another question. I'm sure there are a lot of developers would say that's that's simply too much but also on the flip side of that, this is android and it is. Put it in air quotes open it's open earlier than other platforms, and so it makes sense that Google would still want to say, Hey, it's still okay for you to have third party APP stores that do things differently from from what we do but if you're going through hours which the majority of people are going to then you gotta pay us for it. It's also it's also interesting that ninety seven percent of the APPS are using it, which makes sense. But like in that three percent, you've got netflix's and spotify who are probably like I I'm I'm less I'm less interested in the percentage of APPs that are using Google payment system versus the percentage of revenue that is not using Google system, right so if if you imagine everybody who a and you know, it's probably you know safe to say that. Lots and lots of people have netflix's accounts who else is GONNA sign up for it and twenty, twenty one. But you know people are always coming on board the platforms and things like that. If you take the the amount of sign ups on Android, that Netflix's get that they're currently paying in and then now pay. That's a pretty decent revenue stream for for Google and it might be one that companies like Netflix end spotify don't want to lose. So I wonder if they're opening the door to another conflict similar to what happ what's happened with epic.
Rev. Al Sharpton discusses why it is imperative to 'Rise Up' in this moment
"Reverend Al Sharpton Welcome to the PODCAST for the first time, a bank you I'm glad to be with you Jonathan Your Book. Up was really terrific, it really was, and hopefully we can squeeze in as much as we can talk about it. One of the things that you write about that I found very interesting. You coined this term Tae Liberals who are they they are people that call themselves progressive. And they sit around the arising and philosophizing and strategized, but never really get into the fight they don't get the hamster. Months then not registered voters they're not engaged with people and it's Sorta like they sit in these elite circles than these Paula conversations sipping critiquing what all of us that are under front lines in the trenches doing, and they don't do anything themselves than they can afford to come with the most unrealistic impractical kind of stands because they don't have to go out and deal with families that are victimized of people that are outraged and that's why I said the del real problem because they will go for what is radically the most best sounding thing that is totally impractical in totally plays on the emotions of one. Thing. You write in the book you write quote a lot tae liberal may mean well, but his lack of empathy or understanding of the basic inequalities that go hand in hand with bigotry racism and economic disparity make him suspect to anyone struggling to get a foothold in the American dream I'd go so far as to say that if lots liberals had a better sense of these issues and they're black and Brown and immigrant brothers, there'd be no need for someone like me I think that the reason I wrote that as because I'm often asked why do people reach out to me they reach out to be because We have an organization that not only deals with the obviously organizing a protest in working with their legal in media needs what that really understand. It feels their pain and their rage 'cause we HAPP that thing and that rate and a lot of the lottery liberals seed Bam as a radical like on a chess board rather than real people lost their son to police violence or lost their a nephew on their cousin who had no preparation for that know nothing about. Nothing about anything that many of them don't even have to means to go. And take care of funeral expense and not liberals just see them as objects get to some politically field theory that they've been playing with. Elite of discussions and I think that that is why they got. You notice they never connected to the people in the community on the base that usually just analyzing something in saint quarters. In their privileged status because many of them, a privilege themselves. So they can experiment with risk fathers because they're not taking that risk when I read that passage in the book I wrote in the margins Bernie Critique because that was my big critique of Bernie Sanders when he ran in two thousand sixteen and then again, this go round in two, thousand twenty well, I had challenged Bernie and sixteen and I think he did better in eighteen of and I think he started to get it and I give me the turn of there's a lot of credit for that but I think that a lot of the indication that your critique and mind to him was right is The black vote how does he explain that will getting the Black Vote I. think that people you can say all you want liberal will explain to me why the progressives in quote don't get the black vote it is not because that blacks are anti progressive is that there's no connection and there's no involvement with a lot of Ale see another the different aid you know common related all of that but a lot of these that call themselves progressive totally removed from the people that they wanNA speak speak on behalf of people they don't speak to
"happ" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Wire fifteen percent baby. was pitching with a purpose at least that's what it seemed like to me, and before the game on Saturday Brian Cashman had some words to the media about J. happ who had been complaining about his options. Is. What Brian Cashman said he did not have a good season last year. He had a poor season last year. He's gotten out of the gate, not very successful for us this year. Or. Certainly, hopefully he can. He can step up and pitch well for us today and help us win a game but it's pure baseball. You get a chance to play more with positive performance. You get the chance to play less with negative performance. It's as simple as that were not trying to complicate anything our job is trying to win baseball games, but the best players out there. On the field under those circumstances nothing more nothing less. Oh. WHAT IF THEY'RE What if their service time is in question? So. What do you think is Brian Cashman's worst nightmare getting Jay Paying him seventeen million dollars in two thousand, twenty S. Would do you think he would Gla- Pitch well. He's GonNa get another start next week and because they have no other options because of the amount of the headers and he's pitching. Right. So but but but say happy goes out there actually think he's going to face the mets on Thursday. Five innings, three runs. Does, he get his Ex Star S. Okay. So don't you think the Yankees would gladly sacrifice a couple of games this year to not have to pay that seventeen million dollars this year what's more important to the Yankees success not paying HAP- seventeen million next year or losing a few extra ball games this year well, the thing is the him going out there and pitching doesn't necessarily mean that they're going to have to pay him next year. It's all about what happens in the arbitration case it all depends on what happens on the baseball field at all but he pitches well the rest of the year they're going to have to pay. Look Man. Look. Let me tell you something if Jay hat pitches well for the rest of the year and shows that he's a good pitcher again. I'm fine with him being my number five starter. No, they still don't want to. Hit. The thing is if he pitches well and does that they're going to give him every opportunity, they should provide the opportunity for him to effort up..
"happ" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Jordache. NFL. Sunday ticket and bet online. Scott was almost disastrous weekend. Really really dog shit bad. So close to be that bad of a weekend for the Yankees, but they somehow managed somehow managed to win three out of five. I don't know the mets are that bad. The mets are bad enough that they gave the Yankees game in the in the doubleheader on Sunday and they couldn't hit either. So neither team can hit until. You know until like weird times and then and then they completely completely give the game away on Sunday. So you know we're the first game. We should be very thankful that that happened the Yankees gave away couple games too. So I guess it was. It was do you believe in do but you know think about it this way you could honestly say either team could have won all five globally. Like the mets probably feel like we should have won all five and the Yankees feel like we should have won all five. That's how that's how the game sort of bore out especially like so many lead changes late in the games sloppy play. bullpens blowing it. Extra in two extra inning and the doubleheaders even though it was only aiden especially, we got our taste of ex is finally with a runner on second twice when it comes, it comes in bunches look the Going into Sunday. When you see the way that the weekend had gone looks thankfully my j. hat on Saturday saved the bullpen a little bit and got, but it didn't get the. Wrong. I got absolutely. You don't get a win by going seven third Shutout Ball I. mean that's that is the exact reason why the win is stupid stat because Jay happ pitched the best game by Yankee starter all year. That's not hyperbole that's fact and he's just got nothing to show. There was definitely not the best game by a Yankee starter. Oh it was. It was the longest with the most notable with no runs. Doesn't mean that does not mean it was the best outing not mean that was the best out. It was a good outing. Don't get me wrong. It was gets a horrible team against a moment that I'm not gonNA take anything away from it. Trust me I'm not a guy who's taking anything away from hat. I. Was in love with the performance I was in love that he stayed out there should've stayed out there through the through the lens of letting him, finish it and bring instead of bringing in frigging homerun happy out of iino to walk in for three seconds and tie the game. Thanks. Thanks for that. Rob Me of my second win on the road to seven. I still have an opportunity but that was a big. One but yet he saved the game and the weekend really because if he goes four innings and give five runs nother dip back into the bullpen again with nobody there..
"happ" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Talk and then voice last just because they gave up a good player for voight i. think that's really how you. Months the same flip-flop. GLEYBER. I Guess Glamour I is just having knowing that you're going to get the guy back and getting their best prospect is most let's the coolest thing in the world. Yeah Red Red Sox thought they were GONNA do some I Know. So that was what the best part of that I'll go labor talk men or shell avoid, but it's tough I love Gio glaciers just so growth and like I said. It's impossible. Answer is finding talk about nowheres just raising. Money or show at least we knew it existed nobody knew mccaw existed. Right Ska point like he was completely just he he had played like eighteen game of the rockies in his career like. That one got or. Did. We talk about this. Oh. Yeah. Wasn't Iran Larkhall Mike talk the next. Big thing yeah. We? Question. Did you see that? The phillies. when they tired up one that will blooper kind of hit to judge. These. In a fucking rush to throw that home. He seemed uncertain and then he it's almost like he thought that the guy running from second was GonNa score easy and then he'd like misjudging was like where we can actually get him here and then he just was like fuck it I'll throw it was a terrible idea because the guy ended up advancing the second on the throw me really weird like I. Think he misjudge everything I've never seen in white lolly gagging. Was GonNa Throw Second Amendment allows what's Fussy. Yeah, you never see you never see that and you never see DJ had really bad plan in the first game where he? He may I mean Greenwich a tough play to make but the throw he just like threw it to nobody also, no white glacier wasn't standing on short. Like Cut off from short Centerfield I don't know why you're not on the bag there. That didn't make sense, but it is rusted. That was weird. Yeah. The whole game that was just so sloppy that part of the game and it felt like that inning was never gonNA end fuck. I had one more thought but I guess it's gone say. I'm looking at go by out of it already. Start on Monday bladder. All what'd you say? I said I'm looking at Marty's Garrett Cole shirt he had another great star on Monday by. Oh. Yeah. We just didn't talk about call because we were just folks in double header, but I mean to be honest I think the scariest part is he's made three starts. He's three. You know he's got to five five era that you tell me those are the three starts. Great. Sign me up unbelievable but he's not like pitching well by his standards, which is the scariest part like his strikeout numbers aren't there yet he actually has. He hasn't hit his strikeout property like if we're GONNA count that. But like he's just not straight, he's not missing enough bats yet but that will come. But I think it's just awesome. How like this isn't even close to like vintage coal and he started the last year. Last year is I. Eleven starts to get a four year. He wasn't very good to start the year and then he really locked in. So we're already getting three. To, five all you can ask for I mean the first eleven games there he's won three of them. So what you want out of your ace, which is great I do like how he praises Gary Human Gary Seem like they're on the exact same page and he likes throwing a Gary and then must make. which is good too. Yeah. For sure they'll get on each other. Yeah. But but which is what you need like. You don't want people like sugar coating, Shit like can you make a bad pitch? You make a bad frame and all that you called the wrong pitch dead on them shirt but I almost like shirk Gary struggling bad and it's still continuing into August, which is now concerning to me. But it almost doesn't matter because obviously the team's not into self to really get on too many people here. But the fact that cold just feels comfortable with him. Good is always the defenses good with him. And Kohl's comfortable all I want keep Caracul happy and I'll be happy that's that's all I need. Gary Right. Now it hits will come. He's too good of a player to be on this elongated slump it'll eventually start raking and he'll be back to normal so. I also, I love watching guard coal when he gives up just like a long fly ball curse himself out just like the he's such. A perfectionist is the little things he gets mad over like he doesn't strike some ads urging himself out it's just onto wash. Yeah for sure because he's perfectionist step. Oh good news John Sterling is back. He's healthy which. We never know him getting sick and this time don't want. Okay. So we got the raise this weekend I, guess the phillies from one more, but I don't not optimistic gets played but then again, the weather could just clear like out. We don't even talk about that how the tropical storm just didn't hit New York really and they canceled the game for no reason on on fucking Tuesday. In fucking Wax Long Island, I can tell you the Jersey to Jersey got. Hit to. Just. Rain late every time he fucking pitches to yeah he can't get a break he's got to just like he can't go any further because ranges happens. Yeah. Yeah. Two Games as they canceled it but. Yeah, but I was happy they did because they had minus one and a half two and a half and those go I think those get negated if that doesn't go nine so. Yeah. All right. That's a show yankees nine to comfortably in first place here think by four games now. And Yeah so Let's. Let's beat the raise I. Don't forget the Phillies game. Bowl see and and we will see you back here next week later. This John Sterling you've been listening to. Short Porch. Byproduct. Barstool sports. Not Ready. down. Thing..
MLB The Show finals: What you need to know as Blake Snell battles Lucas Giolito
"Today Lucas Giolito defeating Ian happ in the semi finals of the MLB the show players league he's gonna face Tampa bay's Blake Snell this afternoon for the championship in a best of five
Earth's Magnetic Field Initiates Pole Flip Many Millennia Before The Switch
"North North and South Pole is far from fixed in fact the field is quite active sometimes weakens and even reverses causing earth polarity to switch reversals. Don't happen very often though only about every one hundred thousand two million years that's part of why this phenomenon has largely remained a mystery for scientists scientists however a recent study may help researchers better understand how long and how complicated. Earth's magnetic field reversals really are. You're the last polarity reversal took place some seven hundred seventy thousand years ago and a new study researchers use a lava flow records along with sedimentary an Antarctic ice core data to examine that event they found that the reversal took about as long as many scientists previously believed it did just a few thousand years but the researchers also examined the period prior to that final reversal process and they discovered that a lot was happening with earth. I know field thousands of years beforehand. There's clear evidence from the volcanic rocks of a major excursion happening at about seven hundred ninety five five thousand years ago. Brad Singer do scientists at the University of Wisconsin Madison who led the study that was followed by another excursion which is the unexpected ended finding of this study at about seven hundred eighty four thousand the two excursions that we've discovered in the lava record in our seed in some of the sedimentary records are a sign that the Dynamo was beginning to undergo the reversal process twenty thousand years earlier than the final reversal took place so our arguments would be that the rehearsal gristle process is complicated long lived and it gets underway gets initiated well before the final reversal takes place all this activity deep prior to the final reversal vital for our grasp of the process. The ultimate goal here is we want to understand what drives reversals what HAPP- what really happens in the Dynamo. Oh and if you just start and look at this short period right around the reversal you're missing all this unusual behavior that happens in thousands of years prior prior to that we need to know of singers findings hold true for magnetic field reversals in general alterations in the field will mess with critical human systems as such as the GPS satellites that help us navigate fortunately whenever the next reversal happens. It looks like we'll have plenty of time to prepare. Thanks for listening
Tony Hale Talks 'Toy Story 4'
"Hi everybody I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what is happening at the movies and there is no movie. There's no movie now except for I don't really care I don't care. I just want stop it. There's no movie now. There's nothing this well thank you and my guest today. Tony Hale of course is immortal from playing Gary on and veep and then buster booth on is now found another. I kind of character in forty. You've turned out to be a plastics pork and they're all neurotic airy worke. There's a through line going on on. What do you think it was that made <hes> Disney Slash Pixar say we have this pork and he basically who could really voice this well? They I remember they brought me up to Pixar. Have you ever been up to Pixar. Gosh Creative Wonderland. It's so beautiful but they brought me up when they're like yeah we have this spark and we kind of got an erotic energy and we were like we thought about you check but I was <hes>. Nomadic energy with some humor comes from a lot of paying a lot of pain but don't we all they described him as you know. I just like he's very simple. He was simply made and he just sees little life very simple. He's <unk> overwhelmed. I'm always overwhelmed. He has oh yeah. He has a bit of an imposter complex. He's like I don't know how I got here. I kind of feel the same way all the time so we have. We have a lot in common for a lot of your trash trash to exactly your plastic trash you what everyone wants to get rid of clogs but he's happy with that. That's what I love about it. He's like my life. My lifeline flying like I help people eat Chili and I go to the trash. That's all I got and woody comes along. It's like no you have a greater purpose in that you have value and then of course you're crying in a corner as you're watching it. There's a lot of weeping that goes did you see in the in the in between the <hes> the laughter and things things like it's so great I mean it's typical Pixar. They make you laugh and then somehow you're. You're usually murder people. That's usually the thing that they do well. Let's let's talk about it isn't he has always done it. I never got Camby's mother being dead. I said No. It's not all right. Do you look at you. Look at frozen parents killed in a boating accident. A child is an isolation because she's got a gift from her sister rea puzzle. You know solitary confinement in a tree kidnapped by a witch. I've totally dark stuff. You choke on your popcorn win here doing totally bad as a parent. You're watching this dark man. Toy Story is nice. It's nice and refreshing your parents. Oh how old is your dog. She's thirteen so this is of my work. This is the first thing that she she can see. I mean because she's until she's middle aged so she household we can we can enjoy we can enjoy together so it was fun to see her when she was little. Did she come on the set of veep and everybody had headphones on. She can wear the headphones because the language is so bad so she just look around. She's like I'm going to go to the snacks with these. Don't look like good people. We did not play way good. They would just the worst but I want to go back a little into the genesis of forty. Yes it's okay to say we have this neurotic spoke. That's doing this and yes we would want you to do this. But did you have a say in besides doing the voice for it in how this character was finally presented. I mean it was the cool thing. About what Pixar does I've been fortunate enough to do other animation and typically you're kind of separated by this Kinda sheet of glass you have headphones and then no one no one talks and talks you do your thing and then everything goes silent and then you just these voices just talking about you. Don't know what they're saying. So it's a very insecure feeling Pixar keeps you in the same room so it's like you're in the room with the writers and the director the producers of your all in the same room you feel like you're kind of a part of the collaboration that kind of put that energy out there which I really appreciate and so we would try different voices and I was able to ad Lib stuff every now and then but the thing is they no one in the cast read a full script script. We weren't allowed to read a full script so they just hand. You'd pages as you went so I I really resonated with working because I had no idea what was going on. I didn't know what was happening and he's constantly doesn't know what's happening. He's asking questions all the time. I'm asking questions all the time where what's HAPP. Who am I talk? You know so it's like I felt like just Kinda. I was sorry little girl named Bonnie. What am I only flexibility for gases arms? Everything else is just you know he has. There's no flexibility can't even move his feet. He's just a mass. Were you already in listen to that. I said inculcated in the toilet ever were that were nobody's ever said. I bet you did really well on your S._A._T.. That was the only way you ever it came up but I never heard that word in my life well. That's what it is inculcated in the toy story universe breakdown that word. What does that mean it means that have you ever been so absorbed in it that every single thing about toy story was a part of your life okay or never saw toy story movie you said what is this? Oh have I ever done I well you saw them all. I've seen them all. Actually I moved to New York in Nineteen ninety-five to be an actor and that's when the first toy story came out and I remember seeing and being like oh my gosh this is so cool and I never would have thought I would somehow be associated with it but nine years ago as <hes> The for the third one came out and my daughter was four so that was one we really watched Awadh together Warren cocaine and then we're just gonNA use that word as much right now. I'm going to be used to the rest of my life and I'm not gonNA. I'm GONNA claim it came up with. It's yours thank you you can own it and that's it. I'm genuinely we made that just came out of you. Naturally I'm just as well. I thought I might have been doing the New York. Times Crossword decided to throw it at you. Tony God but we need to look at you as forking. We need to see you okay so that we can all become inculcated in you and your your act. Okay these roll the clip so that Tony can speak to Tom Hanks. The Gab began yes. This is Christina Hendricks voices this and she is so fantastic.
"happ" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael
"So our next guest is a good friend of mine sarah happ who has an incredible company illicit drug company also called tara hob and it's really interesting how and why she started the friend and she says reports also such a hustler and we love having hardworking hovers on this show to talk about the journey and how so really excited to hear more about sarah her lip expert weighs thanks so much for being your show so i'm so.
Foreign Indie Films Struggle in China
"Independent films are having a tough time in China with US filmmakers reporting a slowdown. But it's hard to say just how much of that is due to trade. Joining me now in our studio with the details is Wall Street Journal reporter Julie were now. Julia, what are you hearing from US filmmakers about changes in China and how that's been impacting business for them overseas. There's a lot of anxiety in Hollywood right now over a number of changes that are affecting the how quickly their films are going through a massive approval process in China. We've been hearing that some independent films are seeing very long delays. One of the folks we talked to they have five films that had just stuck in regulatory hurdles in China since July of last year, which is significantly longer period of time than usual. We also have some big overhauls happening with the sort of entertainment overseers in China that have just really slowed the process and people as. With many things in China are not exactly sure why this is happening. It's it can be pretty Paik. Right. And as you noted in your piece Chinese regulators often don't give specific reasons for the changes, they make but US filmmakers are telling you that it's getting harder to do business there amid trade tensions with the US. What were you able to find out about potential reasoning? Well, one of the things that's happening. For instance, is that there's been a real crackdown on the amount of foreign content. That's allowed on these streaming services. And in China streaming services are huge. And there's a lot of folks there who maybe never even had gone had a television in the first place on a movie theater where everybody's on their phones watching a lot of content, and that's really important Hollywood all of a sudden now, they're sort of restricting how much content there can be what hours the foreign content is allowed to get into the streaming services. And that's really slowing deals for these kinds of providers and the Chinese market for foreign films is huge. That's right. I mean for furry. Some of these films that Americans are familiar with getting into China can sometimes mean, you know, doubling the amount of sales that they get for a film and within the next couple of years. China's supposed to overtake the US in terms of just the amount of revenue coming through from from ticket sales. So it's a really big market. Of course, the news over the weekend is that the US and China reached a truce when it comes to additional tariffs are US filmmakers optimistic that may help things along so one of the issues here is that China has bigger ambitions than you know, what we're hearing about in the news in terms of this trade war in these trade tariffs, and that is keeping Zayed's relatively high in Hollywood really what China wants to do is create its own Hollywood quality productions that will eventually make Hollywood irrelevant and not really important to their market. And they are starting to be able to do. That and that is happening, regardless of the trade tariffs four out of the five top grossing films this year in China are Chinese made films, and these are some pretty, you know, fun action packed films that Chinese consumers just can't get enough of. And so what Hollywood has been doing is moving toward these co-productions where you know, they might be using Chinese actors or using Chinese directors and trying to get into China that way as opposed to the traditional route of just producing a film here and sending it abroad. What else did you hear from US filmmakers, independent filmmakers about what they're doing? Amid this slowdown to help offset potential losses or how they're changing the way they do business. A lot of what's interesting is that a lot of the studios that we talked to said that they haven't really created their business models in such a way that they're dependent on China just yet because things change so rapidly their regulation, for instance, like what's happ? Inning with these streaming. Blackout period can come down at any minute. And so we were hearing terms like getting into China is a bonus, for instance, as opposed to, you know, their full on business model that said there are some studios that have major Chinese investors or and some of that money has been starting to dry up which is another concern for these studios.
"happ" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"And that is a strong voice in the sea of chaos, and they say so at some point in the last few weeks, I came across Julie's podcast and was immediately interested in what she had to say, especially after checking out her Instagram once I started listening in truly listening. Julie's voice became something that strongly stood out in a sea of chaos. There are a lot of people chattering about how to become an influence servant. Julie's voice is one of the very few that makes the road to becoming an influence or pretty clear to see and feel like it's an attainable future. Thank you. Julie. Well, thank you for you standing out in a sea of chaos and showing up and listening to these episodes because I could rattle along all day as much as I wanted to. But it really takes you taking the action to step in and to really listen and do the work so props to you and. Thank you so much for leaving that review and now for any of you listening who have not left a review yet. What are you doing over there, man? We've review let us know how you feel in think in how you share this amazing podcast. We want to see those reviews we want to share them on the podcasts. Like, I just did. And we want to give you a shout out to until you that you're breaking bad ass for coming on and joining us. So if you haven't yet make sure to listen in each week and head over to the influence or podcast on itunes, and you can give us a review. So I can highlight you review in an upcoming episode and make sure to go ahead and subscribe to us in rate when you were over there already, and then of course, please screen shot. Today's episode on your phone tag me over on Instagram at Joel Soloman and our guest today. Who's at Sara happ in hashtag the influence podcast because we love to see those screen shots. We love to hear what we have to say we love to d- immu and talk about it. And we love to share those on our stories too. So would love to see your coming up today because we got a good episode. Owed and cannot wait to dive in. So let's get to it. Welcome to the influence or podcast each.
"happ" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"You're listening to the influence or podcast episode number eighty five. So have you ever googled something only to realize that it doesn't exist? Now. I know it may seem totally crazy for a search to return zero results. But that is exactly what happened to today's guest. Sara happ while living and working in Connecticut where freezing winters left her with perpetually chapped lips. She entered a Google search for lip scrub, but nothing came up seriously guys there's like a scrub for everything nowadays. But back then there wasn't. So she got to work, creating one herself. And now today, Sarah is the go-to lip expert. Her products are sold in four hundred stores nationwide and distributed in twenty countries around the world, and I personally love her scrub and love her in her refreshingly positive can do attitude on today's show, Sarah. And I chat about what it takes to create something that literally. Does not exist yet. Spoiler alert. It takes a lot apart, work and dedication. We also dive into her transition from creating lip scrubs in her kitchen to running a multi product beauty empire, including the add all the adversaries that came along in her way, what she had to do to convince people that this idea could actually work. I can't wait for you guys to hear from her because she is just amazing. And so we're her lip products. The company that she is built is just really one to aspire from. So whether you have a passion for beauty passion for products or you have something that you want to take to market. This episode is going to be for you. You're going to be just inspired. And you're gonna get a lot of tips.
"happ" Discussed on LadyGang
"So I agree with like therapy to try to work through what the underlying issue is is life's hard right now to though you're dealing with horrible boss, you're planning wedding, which by the way worst and not making enough money, like I was kind of in a place where I was planning our wedding, like it was the most stressed out about finances I'd ever been in in hindsight. I wish I'd been like, you know what? Let's hold off on this wedding because I'm not even gonna enjoy it because all I'm going to be thinking about is how expensive ching Chechen jet chain, like take a step back, talk to your fiance and just like I promise you even if you're not conscious of it plan. A wedding is hard for people who are like happy and rich and don't have jobs so for you with all these other things on top, but also don't get hooked on Santa x. because it's amazing and you will and don't smoke weed who don't smoke weed because my most anxious friends actually have worse episodes when they do smoke weed. CBD oil is kind of nice. The good, don't smoke sativa weed. Don't feel really bad panic attacks you, you know, from experience sitting the corner and twitch. Twitching over to computer Melissa. Mr. grab at Sara happ with q. Ps. You can also turn on all of her line and beautiful photography and like just dream about being basically one of hers, peers people on her website, but you can also buy the products at Nordstrom and basically anyone where, yeah, you combined. It's their dot com for sure. You can buy it at j. crew Nordstrom. We're also on QVC. They have right now that pumpkin spice lots, hey. Only plays. You can get it. Oh, that sounds good, but yeah. And you're so lucky. So lucky we're so lucky because we're not saying anything yet, but there might be a lady gang corporation in the future. I think we're in the right place. I think we're in the right place for that lips ready to kiss some ass. We have a new TV out. Corporate you did that planning on doing. The people leasing girl. Joining the lady gang every Tuesday at I thought guest one dot com. That's podcast. Owen dot com. Thanks for listening. The midterm campaigns heat up. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman at the midterms are two weeks from tomorrow. Early voting already underway in several states including Texas where President Trump is campaigning for Senator Ted Cruz and other Republicans in his speech Trump listed his top issues, the election of the caravan tavern law and order tax cuts. And commonsense Trump is accused Democrats encouraging immigrants to enter the country illegally earlier today. Former president Brockwell Obama said to Republicans are bent on dividing the nation at try to get people angry. You know, and they appeal to tribe and they appeal to fear and they try to pit one group against another Democrats. Hope to flip some two dozen GOP held seats in the house to gain control of that chamber. Republicans defending those seats will also trying to protect possibly expand, slim majority in the Senate. I'm Tim Maguire.
Happ and India discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"A head scratcher as well. What's happ is holding live events throughout India where people perform skits to raise awareness about fake news that gets shared on what's up actors, earned, writing and trucks. Two locations to perform these skits are you might say, who is paying for this and why? The campaign is co sponsored by mobile carrier, reliance Jio, and the skits include instruction on how to install what's up on a geo phone. So so it's two things. It's like, this is how you know when a stories fake. Also the geo phone might be the next phone for you,
After Whatsapp, Instagram founders quit amid tensions with Zuckerberg
"The WhatsApp co-founder. Also recently departed Facebook, Facebook bought WhatsApp for twenty two billion dollars back in twenty fourteen. What's going on here? Yes. So these are these are two different stories obviously, but they have some some crossover in some similarities. One of the interesting things about Facebook is that it's, you know, it's one of the only big platforms that truly requires you to present as who you are. It's difficult to be anonymous there. That's an important part of Facebook's design in a fundamental way. This goes against the idea of privacy online, right? And I think both of these stories are connected to that. So with the case of the Instagram co-founders, these two men left the company in part because Instagram is such an important key part of Facebook's future revenue. The company really. He is starting to try to change Instagram to be more friendly to advertising, and this apparently was part of the departure of their when it comes to what's up. You know, I, it's another sort of unique story. But again, it's about privacy and and about the founder, kind of having different ideas than Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook about what what's happ should be used for and how it should make money. Is there anything that Facebook could do to
Rian Johnson Explains Why He Deleted 20,000 Tweets After James Gunn Firing
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Had the the epic. At. Bat against. Mookie Betts, ended up with a grand slam that thirteen pitch thing, PawSox at home. Tonight seven oh five Start NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven. FM. St., McDonnell The. Yankees did acquire j a happ from Toronto comes picked up Cole hamels lefty from, the Texas Rangers really stink in the join out this, year but, the cubs think he's got something in the tank I guess and a bunch. Of low level prospects sent off to, the cubs for lefty Cole hamels. A Star Wars film maker deletes thousands of tweets after. Director James Gunn got, can't his FOX's, Kristin Goodwin Star Wars the last Jedi director. Ryan Johnson deletes twenty thousand tweets in the wake of director James guns firing from the guardians of. The galaxy, franchise responding to a tweet about his. Purged posts Johnson, claimed there was no. Official directive at all calling it a why not, move adding he doesn't think he's ever tweeted anything that. Bad but trolls scrutinizing it for ammunition is the new normal. Disney recently fired gun from guardians, of the galaxy volume, three after a series of. Past tweets resurfaced referencing insensitive jokes including about pedophilia and rape John Johnson, is also a member of the Disney family. Through Lucas film and developing a film at trilogy in, the Star Wars universe I'm Kristin Goodwin. Fox News six twenty seven a new set of Kennedy centers honorees. Has just been announced this year's class includes share REBA mcentire composer Philip glass and, jazz great Wayne shorter in addition a special awards going, to go, to the musical Hamilton the first time in the centers forty-one career history that. An honor is being given not to an individual but to a work. Of art the Kennedy center's honors will take place on. December the second in, on CBS in, December the twenty six and wireless customary for. 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"happ" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"It was basically the court saying we don't want to deal with this case i here's what happ what they said was there are four wisconsinite four democratic wisconsin nights that are suing the state of wisconsin and what the case became was a whole statewide fairness thing but that's not what these cases can be understanding right standing rules you have to have the the ability to demonstrate that you have an individual particularized claim that you are individually particularly damaged impacted by whatever's going on whatever you're complaining about and so what the supreme court said was the four individual plaintiffs the four individual complaining witnesses the democrats they could only complain about their own individual district but from the beginning they sorta started saying that but then the case kind of morphed into this it's all one big statewide mess and the supreme court pulled the rug out from under everybody had said he can't do the cases these ways he can't do it as a big state wide thing you gotta go district by district so each individual plaintiff can go in and prove their own district is illegally drawn and so you got redraw the district of course of course i'm sure you're smart enough to say wait a second that can't be right because if you get an the democratic party the state and by the way the case going back to the lower court that's where the two judges said we should have just dismissed it the majority said now send it back let them start again do a district by district this time here's the problem democrats going to recruit people all these different districts how do you draw one district to make it right without impacting all the other districts around it and if you re draw one district to make it more quote unquote fair aren't you taking a real chance to people in nearby district says hey wait a second you just monkey with my district now i've got to be what the supreme court did in my humble opinion was sent a really big message to everybody this is not for us this is for politics go away you now know in twenty twenty what the implications are we don't want to deal with this that's what i took away that something happened up at the supreme court either anthony kennedy couldn't make up his mind something went on because they ruled on such super narrow grounds that really nobody had paid much attention to it seems to me that they just didn't want to deal with this when they finally got down to the actual question of what do we do about this they just couldn't figure it out and the second case the second case i was telling you about that when the perks uranium one that one was really short they said this second case came to us from maryland and it's about one house district and the the posture of the case the the way the case having to come to us was in the district court they'd ask for preliminary injunction and the judge there said no but maybe you know yes and so by the time it got to us we're just looking at whether they're entitled to a preliminary injunction and we don't think they are and so we're gonna kick it on procedural grounds the judge said i you not really that the first judge engine i really tied entitled to a preliminary injunction against the map and so we're going to say you didn't prove that you're entitled to the relief so go away and that that's a really really kinda chickeny way i gotta say of scuttling a case by the time it gets all the way to the supreme court and everybody's briefed everything and everybody's waiting for a blockbuster and they just find the kind of chicken east way to to kick the cases because they couldn't figure it out i think so the answer is they gave us no resolution they found really chickeny ways to get out and basically just said go away we don't want to deal with this it's too hard and so the republicans get rewarded the bottom line is is that nothing has changed the republican maps remain in effect in wisconsin that one democratic map remains in effect in in in merrill and we go on politics is important don't look to the courts to bail us out one triple eight three two one six thousand and one that was senior legal analyst time it you and me on the phone for the rest of the out where justice is served the.
"happ" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"No no this is my friends phone number at her happ the security line and then you give the phone number now calling it in your answering right are you sure you're not just looking for a hot thud from the tefa to call you i don't know how many chicks hit on me because i'm in the mike pretty much all of them i think if the uniform 'cause chicks they really dig the uniform so they go through the security line and i can theme daring at me and like after beat him off with a stick that must be terrible i've never really thought about it so anyway back to your cell phone just to clarify you're single right that has nothing to do with my cell phone i just don't think that you should be hitting on guy if you're in a relationship so i thought i'd check sorry i don't know where you got the idea that i am hitting on you you called me about my missing phone but i'm pretty sure that i called you because you're looking for a hot they got a call though here i am what would they have to do with me leaving my friends phone number for someone to call me if they found myself i just how does that relate i was picking up the vibe and so unless i'm taking it they're like someone else i can talk to you let's look out my phone did you find my phone or are you just calling like rasmi the what.
Chris, Ken and Rob discussed on 24 Hour News
"W w j news time twelve fifteen it is time for sports we've got chris full are with us this afternoon ken we attribute this tiger success all to a a flying goose what do you think you know what i hope not because that flying goose is back in the wild according to the veterinary clinic that treated it the rally goose is what rob is talking about released back after the short stay in the hospital recovering from the injuries after flying into america park scoreboard on wednesday the tigers haven't lost since in fact they have been red hot winning seven of ten going for four straight wins a commerical part today matthew boyd and his three era gets the start against the blue jays and let the j happ miguel cabrera looking to bill on his one for three outing after coming back from the d l he's three of fourteen lifetime against hap first pitch at four ten.
"happ" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Them i just passed on social media on what's happ ends quite in phnom by involve university students when they share their experiences they'll tell you they're went to the police and there were towed through actually criminal them so is because they tickin' pipes in producing the patchy glove feed your tapes even though for most of the cases most of the footage is actually taken without the subject consent and so he could that was the case with you you are unaware that you'll being recorded yes i was completely unaware that i was being recorded and so to actually have that jacques of wow where did this image even come from made me under stand that the person that i thought that i had trusted for a year prior actually was basically against me the entire time and was collecting material to at some point use against me and so that in itself was just this huge huge wakeup call tenant the woman that you helping what do they say about how they are treated once these images become public some of them to be checked out of the home for having brought shame to the family name full being involved in premarital six and this is something that no coming from me at christian bread grown for most of the young women it's very shameful for parents especially to realize that that child is on the sexually active but that's you know everybody else would actually get more about it so in order for a family to redeem themselves they distance themselves as much as they can from the victim and this happened at a time when chubu industries when she will be meeting you know a lot of support so he gets young women who say took pink school fees for me.
"happ" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Of expectations that's really unhealthy and self harming this is from a survey called uh sexual abuse or violation of young male by older female and this is filled out by a woman who calls herself bruised not broken and she writes i had an unhealthy relationship with the former student it began when he was seventeen and i wish thirty eight the ended when i was 42 after i performed oral sex on him this was initiated by him and it was awful he forced it on me held my head down and i felt trapped in disgusting i stopped communicating with him in shutdown sexually after this oh and i should also mention the sheet uh uh uh shows you can select different boxes under what category think it goes into and she chose both i am a female who seduced a much younger male and female who was seduced by a much younger uh male ajoute continues uh i've told no one i do not think it is normal at all uh what happ and and i have so much shame and guilt about this are remembering on the feelings that come up it makes me feel regretful shameful and physically ill odds you feel any damage was done i don't feel i did any damage to him but i do feel i have caused myself a lot of harm and uh and that's it yes that's uh that's it you know i i wonder though um because that was you were in a position of power if you started a an inappropriate relationship with him in a when he was seventeen in your thirty eight and he was your student um and i'm not saying this to try to make you feel guilty um but one of the reasons i wanted to read the survey is i believe it's possible that both people can be part by each other um and so it's not as much of a blame thing as it is of trying to find out how can we be good to ourselves and good done other people and not have the to be mutually exclusive.
"happ" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Or molasses and viscosity is often measured impasse gal seconds not so much anymore now it's measured by dine seconds per square centimeter also called poise and tim poise equalsone pascal second what that means i cannot hoon rant my mind around before then you every site that i saw took it for granted that i understood what a a what that measures but it measures viscosity or flow as far as i understand what i love as it someone somewhere said a task al seconds to said and cut net right the guy whose last name was poise of course l i believe that's what happ came up with poise um but yeah so that sir how viscosity is measured um and the the more pascal seconds of the more poise there are uh the more the higher the viscosity is um but the thing about this kiss fluids they all i should say most of them are subject to um temperature that's what affects their viscosity fee if you have called honey that you're trying to get out of the bottle sure it doesn't flow very well but if fifth at room temperature if it's warm if flows it's it's much less viscous right if flows much more easily because it's subject just to temperature nia that makes it a newtonian fluid that's also a pet peeve when you go to a place in get pancakes or waffles or french dose in they have the the heated syrup.
"happ" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"To jail i ninety we are delighted that you are with us and we have a special treat this hour we have a doctor a duck the mi2 stony university of cambridge train medical doctor she's just written in new book and it's such a good one because i kept the beginning of the academic year people always feel stress says she has chess written a book called stress proof that scientific solution to building a resilient brain and life minister ony tell me a little bit about why you wrote this book you you are a doctor you trained did cambridge you had this big career why write this book so i read this book because stress is a very except two words that's used very loosely inveigh coming in a bit own affected by stress but i came across a night a series of studies that shows that chronic stress isn't just some kind of abstract concept kuchie sweep under at the cockpit chronic stress physically changes the structure of the brain so when i began writing it there were not set animal studies that show this that there was thinning in parts of the prefrontal cortex the area as mentioned and the hippocampus when you put animals few chronic stress and actually the first big study to show that this effect also happens in humans has only just been published at at the candidates came to treat chronic stress physically shrinks parts of the human brain but the beauty is it's reversible that's the part that was masing to me because i feel like sometimes we get into these cycles and as you said you know stress comes in all forms but sometimes the financial staff becomes comes to the forefront it almost can mask other stress because it's so concrete so we get stressed out about money what happens in your brain when but say the market goes down dramatically and i started to get worried tell me what happ in my brain so off all the stresses in the world the biggest stresa known to humans is that uncertainty and there was a really fun studied on where two groups of people were well they took a group of people divided into two they told one half you will now feel pain and they had a very shop a elect that issue of noise in eight years they tell the other half you.
"happ" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"A of a black market in loans and and so they've got all of this would darkmoney that's floating around very highly of the toxic sort of debt andchina is trying as they can two rid of that toxic debt by making more like legitimate loans available and what's happ turning is as the as their reducing the darkmoney debt they're income using the debt that is that they're the money that they're making available to everyone else to use now here's the problem with that in a really healthy economy the money available for loan direct and the rate you pay for that money is directly related to how much savings people hat makes sense for example i'll use this example for you and is a great example to use for your kids so if eurobank and people are coming in they're constantly depositing money and they're saving money will the way of bank makes money is loan out the deposits that you give them and so win there have a lotta pauses in there and they're sitting on lots of cash they want alone that money out because that's how they make money and the way they make their loans more appealing is by reducing the interest rate that you have to pay on that loan so the more money they have coming into their bank the lower the interest rate is they're trying to get money out the door now as people start spending and they're say less now all of a sudden the banks and.