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Held Hitless Into 7th by Houser, Pirates Top Brewers in 10th
"The brewers continue to lead the NL central by seven and a half games over the Reds after Milwaukee wasted a four nothing lead in an eight five ten inning loss to the pirates brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled after tossing hitless ball over six and a third innings Hauser walked five and left with a four nothing lead after tossing one hundred four pitches Gregory Polanco singled home the tie breaking run in the tenth and Brian Reynolds followed with a two run single at the site Garcia tied the game for the brewers with his third hit and third run batted in the game an RBI double in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
Amazing Jellyfish Facts!
"Which of the following statements about shelly. Fish is the one true scientific. Wow is it a shelly. Fish have three hearts or is it be jellyfish have been to the moon or is it c. They were shelley fish on earth before there were dinosaurs when you think you have the answer right it on a piece of paper and put it in your sock guar. We're gonna take a quick break to give you a chance to think and when we come back we'll find out if your row is the winning while what we'll be right back grownups. I messages for you. That's ed now back to the show hauser's time is up time to reveal but the four we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three scientific statements about jellyfish and challenged you to guess which one was the one true while a shell have three parts or was it. jellyfish have been to the moon or was it seed. There were jellyfish on earth before there were dinosaurs and to answer. Today's quiz joining us by phone. It's albert from raleigh north carolina albert. What's my wound. The world is that jelly says gloved before the dinosaurs. Telly albert. that is correct contestants. If you guessed the answer see that jellyfish were alive on earth before dinosaurs were. You found the winning. Wow
Gaylon White Author of The Best Little Baseball Town in the World
"Our guest is gaylon white author of the best little baseball town in the world and historical account of a minor league baseball team. The crowley millers in the nineteen fifties gaylon was a sports writer for the denver post arizona republic and oklahoma journal before working in the corporate world. He is the author of various books highlighting careers in baseball minor leagues including the bilko athletic club. The story of the nineteen fifty-six los angeles angels singles and smiles. How artie wilson broke. Baseball's color barrier. He also co-authored handsome ransom jackson accidental big leaguer of local interest to us the crowley millers were the talk of minor league baseball in the nineteen fifties with crowds totaling nearly ten times crawley's population and earning crowley the nickname of the best little baseball town in the world and gaylon white. I've done some research on you. I'm really excited about not only talking about your book but learning more about your love for the sport of baseball. And what led you to write these books and in particular the best little baseball town in the world. So thank you for joining us here rumor. Yeah we're taping along with my daughter. Kelly he's gonna be helping us. She's in for the summer. And i had the opportunity to read your book and it's well written and through it. All it's peppered with statistics about minor league major league the evangeline league which was really interesting to me. Because i didn't realize our background here. How important minor league baseball was in this part of the world. One of the reasons for writing the book was to keep alive. The legacy of the crowley millers the ballpark that they played in that still here. In fact it's looking better than ever and The storied past of the evangeline which was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and lasted until nineteen fifty seven. There was a little time out for world war two right but just a colorful league. In fact it was known as the best literally in baseball and of course that was before there was literally it was classed d and it produced a number of major leaguers a hall of famer named how new hauser who won over two hundred games in the majors and virgil firetrucks coach nicknames. In those days he was a teammate. Of how new housing virgil trucks. One hundred and seventy seven games in the majors and then you go on edlow pat. Who was a yankee great yankee pitcher in the fifties. He came out of the evangeline. So produced a number of major league players prior to the war after the war it didn't produce as many. It was then a class sealy but in the last two years the teams became affiliated with major league teams and so several major league players came out of the league. And i write about one of the book george
"hauser" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast
"Transported through pipelines. There are quality standards related to oil and anderson. Hauser works in oil and gas with lots of liquids but spectra centers equipment is all gas and we do also work in ellen g applications which is a liquid but it's -sidered be part of the gas side of the industry and we do compositional measurements in ellen g but on the oil side we do a lot of level pressure and flow measurements to keep. There's a huge safety topic behind that as well absolutely absolutely this and as we always say anderson hauser is your reliable source for all these sorts of things so us specifically are natural gas and lng and then of course there. Anderson house has applications for the other liquids it. We're talking about correct going all right. Hey russ me break in their fellow second essentially just want to talk about the acquisition of spectra sensors in twenty twelve session. We know that there were a leading global provider of laser based process instrumentation. We knew about the jpl. And you know we want to be utilized that technology in our portfolio and anderson hauser is widely known in many industries for being a provider in flow meters in pressure sensors temperatures level and one of the thing that makes his great is the investment in rnd so the rnd has specialized not only in the measurement a fluids of of contaminants but also in the way that human interfaces with the technology. So the pro. Mouse uses a proline transmitter. Which was then adopted to the j. Twenty two so swatted. Add that in there that not only do we have the powerhouse. Laser based technology spectra sensors provided a we combined with the anderson hauser proline transmitters so we're able to magnify that human machine interface with this technology. So let's get stuff. So spectrum sensor was in their technology and all this was acquired by anderson hauser correct southern company acquired in twenty twelve and essentially has been part of anderson hauser guests. This has been very interesting anything else. You wanna add before we start signing off here. That's me asking questions. I don't know the answer to i. Guess the thing that i would add. Is we talked. Mostly about the j. twenty two in moisture. And thank you allen for jumping in because that was a really good point that we are taking advantage of a third-generation controller that we wouldn't have been able to do as quickly ourselves and now we've got the benefit of our technology in the benefit of the proline but we also do h two us in oxygen measurement nco measurement in the same applications in. They're all equally important to do those measurements for gas quality control for the same reasons. It's all about corrosion protection in public safety and asset protection absolutely absolutely especially age to assets. That's deadly stuff. All right well gentlemen again. I appreciate you coming on the show. As i said has been very interesting as i also said we'll be sure to include your linked in contact information in the show notes so anyone listening can contact either of you directly for even more details and i wanna thank everyone for listening and again remind you this. Podcast would not be possible if it were not far sponsor anderson hauser. Please tell them. Thank you for sponsoring the show by going to our. Og anderson hauser website. Which you can find a linked to the show notes and register for our monthly giveaway. There also follow us on linked in and twitter net contact info. You can find. It showed finally and confined in a show my linked in contact info. Or you can message may please let me know what you're enjoying about show and suggestions for content. You might like to hear. 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"hauser" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast
"Industries across the globe including a focus in oil and gas industry hauser. The people for process automation in along these lines. We have on the show today to experts from andrews in houser. The first one is allen garza allen. Thanks for coming on today arrests. Thanks for having me. We'll as said you are with anderson house. You're actually at the. Us based home office correct correct. Correct out of indiana it's Round bloomington right. Yes sir so tell us a little bit about yourself in your title and function definitely. So i'm a product marketing manager at anderson hauser specifically focusing on the malices bounce analysis. I have the pleasure of working with tuna bowl down laser absorption spectroscopy fluorescence and a little bit of robbins. Be cross quickly so really cool innovative technology. Yeah it really is. We're gonna talk about some of their today. Showing us is. Sam miller same. Are you sitting next allen for this interview. No actually. I'm in california right now in california southern california yup. What's the weather like. Maybe a little better than it is in bloomington. Weather's really nice right now after. Go to the beach actually. Oh yeah well. It's not quite beat. Well at almost is beach. Wailer here in texas is what we call a chamber of commerce day here in southeast texas you bring people in from all over the place new site pay. The weather's like this every day. Not will say thanks for taking the time as well. I'm especially excited about having you on the show today. Because i want everyone listening to know that while neil armstrong was the first man on the moon i understand. You're the first man omar marsh while not quite cut from the company does come from. Gpl spin off way What's a gpo spinoff. Jp jet propulsion laboratory from caltech nasa entity and nasa. Actually because it's funded by tax payers. They want to spin off technologies that are developed. A are a success story of that actually. And so what you told me. Is you just from this jet propulsion of height. You dropped into the own gas industry. I didn't come from j. p. l. but when i came to the company and we were just a startup and the company had just formed and become its own entity after student off of the gpl technology and it was formed by people from jpl. Okay so you dropped into the oil and gas industry actually with a great safety. Analyzers specifically related to natural gas pipelines right. That's right well. This is significant folks because of how battle natural gas is we all of course. No but natural gas is transported through pipelines. in unfortunately there are sixty three hundred pipeline incidents per year including oil liquids and gas. Fortunately these are not all explosion so many of them are environmental issues rather than safety one but there have been devastating explosions in recent history and often a contributing factor to pipeline. Ruptures is moisture. Isn't that right. that's exactly right. That's an event that big one happened early history of spectrum sensors and the fact that the company involved was working with us at the time helped them a lot to prove to the government that they had been doing everything they could to improve measurements in the natural gas pipeline. Okay and so. Let's talk specifically about how you do that. Well we used diode laser. Absorption spectroscopy which is a long word. Wait a minute say that again. Typically refer to his td l. a. s. it's a spectrometer that uses a laser so it sounds very complicated because it comes from nasa. But it's actually a pretty simple device. You have light source. It's like a laser beam that you see on a laser pointer but it's wavelength that you can't see so it's an infrared laser beam. You shine that through a tube. The gas is passing through. And you analyze the light. After it passes through the gas from that you can determine how much moisture is in the gas or h to us or c o two that same technique for different analysts that we measure and so that that moisture obviously that's what contributes to corrosion aspect of it all exactly so if you have a little bit of oxygen and moisture niche to us and co two. Those things can combine in the pipeline of acids will eat the steel create. An eventually could cause a rupture. And if there's a ignition source nearby then you have a fire and you have severe danger and potential loss of life. And so this is why the department of transportation controls the limits of those contaminants in pipeline gas and y contractual agreements between buyers and sellers of gas to prevent those ten minutes from being the gas. Yeah and especially age to us is a deadly gas. They can leak out yes h to us. Typically you don't have enough h two us to be poisonous but it does happen. You can get h two s levels right out of the ground that are deadly to people so it has to be removed for that reason as well and then you also have bio-gas in biomethane yet bio bio method. The difference between those is bio gases. The gas that comes out of for example digest. Her digesters is where you put in by material from farm waste and wastewater in that kind of thing in emits methane. Once you've cleaned up they call it biomethane and that methane can be injected into a pipeline. But before you inject that bio methane into a pipeline that's going to go and be used for public consumption. It has to go through the same stringent up and quality analysis. Before it's allowed into the network okay so this. Tda l. a. s. or whatever that acronym was used since since we can't pronounce what you just said. You actually have. A safety analyzer. In i think call it. J twenty two is that right. J. twenty two is the model number of a new analyzer that was launched this year and it does moisture measurement in natural gas. Yes that's right of course. Moisture measurement at the end of the day is for purposes of safety public safety and asset protection as well okay. So let's talk about what makes a. Great safety analyzer. So talk to the easy service. Ability for j twenty two. Let's talk about the recent launch of that. What's shirt well one of the things that you really easy to take care of when you have analyzers all over your pipeline network. Hundreds of miles apart from each other a company can have a fleet of fifty or a hundred of these analyzers in so being able to check. The health of the analyzer diagnosed. Any issues that are happening is really important. You wanna be able to do that remotely or on site. You want that to be fairly easy and straightforward thing to do so the j twenty two. Has maybe diagnostics ever seen before. This is a new product with new technology. And you can connect a laptop or a user or tablet or something like that to the analyzer Has its own web server and with that web server you open up a standard web browser and you can get into the analyzer. Do health checks you. What's going on make adjustments. In some cases that's required on a monthly basis by the department of transportation in for customers to document those health checks on a regular basis and filed. Okay so when you say you can do this remotely. Is this some kind of app you put on your computer you put on your ipad or what. It's not really an app so to speak. It's more of the communication protocol. Used by the analyzer. Natural gas companies. Typically something like either. Maude bus are to you or mold. Bus tcp in that all that is a protocol or a language that is spoken between their computer systems. Or they're the dc s which is distributed control system and our allies another instrumentation. So it's basically communicating over a network. And that network can be wireless at some points. Or it's commonly done over satellite where you have communications going out into the field because remember your headquarters in one place but your assets are all over the state or interstate an in satellite communications..
Ozuna, Albies Go Back-to-Back as Braves Beat Brewers 6-3
"Losing to the Braves starting pitching matchup in this one. Adrian Hauser on the mound for the crew. Drew Smyly going for Atlanta would be the Brewers, who would strike first in the bottom of the second inning. Avisail Garcia leave the inning off with a double A Travis Shaw ground out moves Garcia to third. And that brings up Louise Aureus. Now the pitch swinging a bullet hit after global Dansby Swanson in the left field on Gloria's will get the runner home sound. They score that one. I think it's gonna be in areas should have caught it. At least for now. That's being ruled a base hit. Although Dansby Swanson would commit an air later on in the inning, But the Brewers weren't able to take advantage of it. They get the one run on two hits. They strand two runners there in the second and say one. Nothing game going into the third. This was a neighboring houses would start to a run into a little bit of trouble. Very angry and so would lead the inning. Awful. They walked and Freddie Freeman with line out a wild pitch from Hauser would send Adrian's a two second. Then they walked to Marcela Zuna that puts runners on at 1st and 2nd. Ozzy al Bees, then lines out. But then Dansby Swanson walks so that loads the bases for Austin Reilly swinging a bouncer off of Hauser. Deflection. Maria's can't get it. One run is in house is going to come in. Ozuna scores to make it a 21 Atlanta lead It deflected off of Hauser. Horace was going over to get it and he might have had a chance to get it if it doesn't hit Hauser That would push wants into third than William Contreras is hit by a pitch so multiple walks a hit batter there in the inning. Hauser would get out of it with a strikeout to enter and see our days. The Braves leave him loaded. They put do put two runs across there in the third, and it is a 21 game. That would be it for
Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster
"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.
Sister of D.C mayor dies of COVID-19 complications
"The Cove it 19 pandemic has hit home for D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and her family the mayor sharing that they lost her sister to complications from the coronavirus. Muriel Bowser says in a statement that she and her family are mourning the loss of her 64 year old sister Mercia. Quote. Mercia was loved immensely and will be missed greatly as she joins the Legion of Angels, who have gone home too soon due to the pandemic, thousands oldest sibling and on Lee, sister work to care for Children and seniors and those with behavioral disorders through Catholic charities and DC's office on Aging. Hauser. Thank the doctors and nurses at Washington Hospital Center who quote heroically treated her for covert 19 related pneumonia until her death.
"hauser" Discussed on WJR 760
"Back to warrior lawyer's gonna go down the lane, A passing the wing to Joy Hauser. Nothing there. Ball circles the wide wide open for three bucks a little on the short side, but he gets a long rebound. And bounces air off the leg Johnson of Rutgers, and that mess you will get into the base line with a fresh 20 on the shot clock. Another good hustle play by Michigan State on the offensive boards to create this extra possession. But one thing for sure is you. Look at what's going on down there. Right now. This Michigan State team do not let that awful start Get to it. Now we lost. So here we go. Welcomes into foster lawyer with 8 52 to go on the half Rockers Records had scored in about four minutes. Lawyer dribbling Oh, a beautiful pass to Kidd here of who made his spinning. Move down. Lane. Miss the shot rebound. Rutgers out the Geo Baker Baker's not much They're not gets over there to Harper. Harper working on Joey Hazard Nice D by Hauser can't get anything done there so they'll try it again. Back to Harper. He's working. Working. Here Comes this step back. Jump shot good. There's no way to defend that. Harper's really perfected that fadeaway jumper out of the post really difficult to defend. First bucket for Rikers and four minutes is now 19 9. Scarlett. I buy 10 with eight or nine to go in the first half. Lawyer kicks Not Aaron. Henry. How much you're Hauser Wide open for 30? No, but keep your saves it keep your savior right back to Hauser, A price 29 for Michigan State. Joey could not.
"hauser" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of three in the last four games, but he put a lot of minutes last time out against Purdue, a career high 26. But at the end of the day, he only took one shot in those last two starts. Anything that he can deliver out from would really be good. Yeah, in what Having him on the floor does is allows both rocket and Aaron Henry to play off the ball a little bit more. And allows for another playmaker Tonto be in place, So it's not. It's not as important that AJ shoot the ball as much as he limit turnovers, create plays for others and create some of those inside out looks through penetration and rounding out the starting five. You have Thomas Kit here, starting in center of 68 £230 junior from Clarkson, Michigan. Coming off a career low, I should say a big 10 season low against produced. He only played eight minutes because he was in serious found trouble. Yeah. Which is just over three points a ballgame. He's a pretty efficient player and these guys job but taking on one of the best big guys in this conference, and since there's so many big guys, I'm saying a lot. He's got to do something one mile John Miles Johnson. Thomas has got to stay on the floor he's got. He's got to avoid the tiki tax policies ghetto. Avoid the careless over the back over the back files. We're going to see Ah, lot of the lot of Michigan State Biggs tonight. But Kitty has been a guy who has really embraced in play this role really well. And rounding up a five joy Hauser's 69 to £20 redshirt junior from Stephen's playing Wisconsin comes in average about 12 points a ballgame. He is the team's top rebounder. He's also the team's top double double guy, but he had had one of those in about four games. Having fifth one today would be a good thing. Yeah, and Hauser struggle a little bit offensively and.
Missing Lowell Woman’s SUV Found In Merrimack River
"Missing Woman's SUV is found in the Merrimack River and low but the woman is still missing. Police say Kim Kelly Overhauser Was last seen in Lowell around 10 45 Monday evening, driving the 2016 Block Range Rover. The SUV was found Friday in the river across from their regatta field. Anyone with information about Kim Kelly over Hauser's were about is asked to contact local police right away.
Washington, DC Mayor Bowser requests DHS heighten security measures in District ahead of inauguration
"D C Mayor Muriel Bowser is enhancing security measures in the district ahead of the inauguration. The measures include extending the time period around the national Special Security event, extending the perimeter of the secured area requesting a pre disaster declaration to get quicker federal assistance and canceling all public gathering permits for D. C for the period of time around the event. Hauser has also asked DHS to coordinate with the Department of Justice, Congress and the Supreme Court to create a plan for the defense of federal property so that D C. Police are better able to focus on the
COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Stave Off Historic Wave Of Evictions
"Unless there's more help from congress coming. Millions of americans who rent their homes could be evicted in the middle of the winter. We don't know if the covid relief bill will be approved. Congress negotiated for seven months struck a deal and then the president called it a disgrace. But what's in this legislation that could help renters. Npr's chris. arnold has been looking into. Good morning chris. hey oil. what's in the relief bill. That could help people from being evicted. Well there's twenty five billion dollars for rental assistance. We haven't seen that before. And that goes to states and cities renders apply. The money goes to the landlords. And the money's supposed to go to people who need it. The most based on recent income the bill also extends unemployment benefits and twelve million. Americans are set to lose those unemployment benefits the day after christmas. That would just be a colossal disaster. So avoiding that prevents a lot of addictions to i talked to christina resolves with texas hauser's. It's a low income housing nonprofit and it's in texas where we've seen thousands of victims happening already. She says this bill is a big help. it will provide relief to millions of people who've been struggling to pay rent. Tenants can qualify for up to fifteen months of rental assistance. So tenants who are behind six seven eight. Nine months of rent could be covered by. What's in this bill. She says that twenty five billion dollars is not going to be enough. That's gonna need to be replenished but you know it's a good start also there's a question mark. How long will this take to get up and running. And that's going to depend a lot on the state and the city. Now this bill is i understand. It also extends in order from the c. d. c. That's supposed to prevent evictions because that is a bad thing to happen during pandemic but it only extends it for a month through the end of january. He's really going to help. I think the hope from the housing advocates here is that once the biden administration gets in that this will get extended further into the future and also strengthened because the cdc orders a little flimsy. And and it's not working a lot of places. People are still getting evicted. The cdc could also extend this by itself with doesn't need another act of congress also. Interestingly the rules of the rental assistance program appear to require that the renter is still in. The property has not been evicted yet. So that creates a pretty powerful incentive not to kick people out. If i'm a landlord. And i'm owed five months of back rent. That's a strong incentive to keep the person there so you put all this together. It's a pretty powerful package. That should help a lot of people. You've been talking to people who are at risk of eviction or who are going to show a lot of background. Tell me what you've been hearing. Well i talked to one person in seattle who after losing her job as a hairstylist. Owes ten thousand dollars in back rent. It's definitely a relief for me. That's on a braxton husband also had his hours cutback and they've got two kids. I mean obviously the timing is significant just because it is christmas this week so i just able to be like okay like we can still get certain things for christmas. We can do this. We'll still be okay. We're still going to be afloat. And what about landlords. Who haven't been getting rent money. How are they reacting well. Landlords have been complaining throughout the pandemic that looked like these various eviction moratoriums. But who's going to pay the rents if the tenants not paying the rent. Well now there's twenty five billion dollars to pay the rent and landlord groups. That i talked to are very happy about that. The bill though as we've been reporting has hit this last minute. Snag that the president's but attacking it so we're just going to have to see what happens there for sure. Npr's chris arnold. Thanks chris we appreciate it. Thanks and well
Texas leaders warn thousands could be homeless as CDC's moratorium on evictions set to expire
"On evictions is set to expire. The end of the CDC is federal eviction moratorium could spell doom for roughly 10% of Texas adults, the best estimate. Is coming from a survey question from the Census. Texas 1.2 Million adults have said they aren't sure that they have the means to pay next month's rent or market. Kristina results from the low income housing advocacy group Texas Hauser's is calling on the state to step up and take action. You're asking the governor and the Texas Supreme Court to issue a moratorium until the state has a solid plan. Chris Fox News Radio K. LBJ knew apartment search data. It shows some Interest right here in the Austin area apartment was robbed. Warnock reports more than
Bowser Announces New Sports Restrictions, Stimulus Payments For Washington DC Residents
"City on top of other recent restrictions, as the city faces its own rising health metrics. Hauser also took a financial relief step signing off on $1200 payments paid for with Federal cares Act funding. This stimulus payment will be made to D C residents currently receiving pandemic unemployment assistance. Bowser says. She's also reached out to projected President elect Biden to ask for whatever help could come from a new administration in the new year. Debate over admissions at Fairfax County's elite Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
"Okay. Time is up. It's time to reveal the winning. Wow but before we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three scientific statements about bugs and challenged you to guess which one was the one true. How was it a spiders. Use their legs and feet to taste their food or was it. B cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes at a time or was it see. There's a type of wasp hides from predators by pretending to be bird poop and to answer yesterday's question joining us by phone. It's death in seattle. What's the while. I'm indian guy stephan from seattle and my while in the world that cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes. Isn't that insane. Say hi to reggie for me and dennis. Everyone knows your static. Man that is correct contestants. You guessed the answer. Be that cockroaches can hold their breath for forty minutes. You found the winning. Wow congratulations rouser. Slim cockroaches they suck it. Oxygen through small in their thorough axe and that oxygen travels through a very special system of tubes before getting delivered to all of the rest of the parts of their body. It's like they take one deep breath and their body. Does the now if you guessed a or c. You weren't too far off while spiders. Do love tasty meals it's actually the housefly that has taste buds on its feet. These taste buds. Make it easy for flies to eat on the go. They land get a quick taste and get away before danger approaches. And if you chose c. Watts may not be able to camouflage themselves as bird poop but there are some caterpillars that can the black and white spine on some caterpillars like the ones that turned into a beautiful asian swallowtail butterfly. Make them look like bird. Poop to enemies thyroid. Why don't you tell our winning hauser's one well then. All of our winning contestants will be taking home their very own in miserable flavored straight from the old battery this food flavored air will excite your taste buds and your lungs with the tingling essence of real food like hot apple pie and soup flavored air. It's barely even there. Are you sure that's a prize. Of course i'm not sure. This is a guy rise. Hey well congratulations to all of the winning. That's just about all the time we have four today but before we go. We have a little scientific challenge for you. We call it operation. Fly vision as you might know. All bugs have is but not all bugs have is like the housefly they have three small symbolize in the middle
San Francisco stuns No. 4 Virginia 61-60 in Bubbleville
"Jamari Boucher scored nineteen points in San Francisco used a late eight O. run to stun fourth ranked Virginia sixty one sixty Khalil Shabazz added fourteen points and have your content had two big three pointers in the second half of the dons who entered the game is fifteen and a half point underdogs a jumper by Sam Hauser put the Cavaliers ahead fifty four forty three with three forty two left but that would be their last lead of the game house or missed a three point attempt with two seconds left to seal it for San Francisco respect women just McCall each scored eleven points for Virginia I'm the ferry
No. 13 Michigan State opens with 83-67 win over E. Michigan
"Foster loyer set career highs with six three pointers and twenty points to lead thirteenth rated Michigan state in an eighty three sixty seven win over eastern Michigan lawyer got the start over rocket what's filling the void after Cassius Winston left the team for the NBA draft senior guard Joshua Langford scored ten points while playing for the first time in nearly two years due to various injuries a lot of emotions you know it then but you know ultimately I'm just glad we got the win and I got to game one of my bill and I can just keep moving forward transfer Joey Hauser had fifteen points and nine rebounds in his debut with the Spartans time is always back on the bench two days after ending his two week isolation following a positive cove in nineteen test on the ferry
Transfers lead No. 4 UVa to rout of Towson in Bubbleville
"Fourth ranked Virginia open with an eighty nine fifty four route of Towson behind Trey Murphy the thirds twenty one points Murphy was in action a day after learning he was cleared to play for the Cavaliers Murphy's first points came on one of his six three pointers giving Virginia its first twenty point lead at thirty three thirteen Bella transfer Sam Hauser added nineteen points and J. Huff had fourteen for the cavs who never trailed and led by twenty three at halftime Nicolas Timberlake scored nineteen for two thousand which was a late replacement after main withdrew from the game Tuesday I'm Dave Ferrie
Some Body To Love
"Okay. Well let's get back to the heart of the matter. It's time to reveal the winning before we do. Let's do a quick review. We gave you three statements about the human body and challenged you to find the one true. Wow why is it. The skull is the largest heaviest bone in the human body. Or was it. The blood in your body makes up half your body weight or was it seed you arc taller when you wake up then right before you go to sleep. Joining us by phone with the answer to today's question is clara from philadelphia pennsylvania clara. What's the while. my name is claire. I'm from philadelphia and my while in the world is that you're caller when you first make up then the evening you are correct if you guessed. See that you're taller when you wake up then right before you sleep. You found the winning. Wow congratulations rouser. While the difference in height may vary. Most people are actually at taller. I wake up in the morning. This phenomenon is because gravity squashes down the cartilage in parts of our bodies such as our spine and knees making us a bit shorter after a day sitting standing and moving. Around when you go to bed. This cartilage has a chance to decompress and spread back out getting us back to our original height in fact astronauts returning from outer space are sometimes up to an inch or two taller than when they departed from earth but thanks to gravity when they come back down to earth they eventually get back to their original heights as for the other options if you picked a or b. You weren't too far off if he chose option. A the skull is the largest heaviest bone in the human body. You were clearly still using your noggin vow. The skull does need to be nice and strong to protect that rain of yours. It is actually made up of twenty two different bones. Your femur the bone in your upper leg is the strongest heaviest single bone in your body. And if you chose be the blot in your body does not make up half your body way. It really only makes up about ten percent of it. The rest of the weight comes from other body parts like bones organs muscles tissue and so many others that you to function. Well you tell our winning hauser's one mindy today. All of our contestants will be taking home. Their very own in visible belly. Tim wait what this invisible belly button is. Just like your regular belly but only it's invisible and it actually works when you press it to turn on the tv power the lights orbs dr the car. What is this hurry. Slim pickings in the price
"hauser" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Who had developed an obsession with the case tha custody of him. He spent a significant amount of time and money trying to figure out where Casper came from this included trips to Hungary and meetings with Hungarian royals to see if it would jog his memory. He promised to take Casper with him back to England, but that promise was never fulfilled. In eighteen thirty to casper was transferred to the city of Bach live with a schoolmaster named Johann Greg Meyer here to his relationship with Meyer filed the same script as relationship with his previous benefactors. On. December fourteenth eighteen thirty three casper stumbled home with a deep knife wound in his chest. He said that he was lured there by a stranger who gave him a bag with a note and then stabbed him. The note read and I quote. Houser will be able to tell you quite precisely how I look and from where I am to save hauser the effort I want to tell you myself where I come from blank blank I come from from blank blank blank, the Bavarian border blank blank on the river blank, blank, blank blank blank. I will even tell you the name M. l. o. with whom loud unquote. The note was written backward. So it was legible in a mere. All of the blanks were literally lines that were a placeholder for something that wasn't there. Three days later on December Seventeenth Casper died believed to be twenty one years old. After his death, most of his benefactors turned against him. Lord Stanhope published a book with all the known evidence about Casper concluding that it was quote his duty to openly confess that I had been deceived. Likewise. The attorney fear Bach who defended him wrote quote Kaspar Hauser is a smart scheming codger a rogue a good for nothing that ought to be killed unquote. Controversy and speculation about his origin didn't end with his death for decades after there were articles and books being written about Kaspar Hauser. The consensus which developed over time was that Casper was a fraud in that. The entire thing was a hoax. There were too many inconsistencies in his story. If he really was raised as he claimed, he wouldn't have survived childhood nor would he have been able to learn to read and speak so quickly? The belief was that his murder was just an attempt at attention which went wrong when he stabbed himself too deep. In Nineteen ninety-six, the German magazine Der Spiegel did a DNA test on a blood sample that came from an item, his clothing. From this, they concluded that there was no way he could've come from the Royal Line of the House of Baden. Overtime. Kaspar Hauser became the subject of many dozens of artistic works mostly, Germany including poems, books, songs, plays movies, and graphic novels. He was also used as the basis for characters in many other fictional works. He has been referenced in Clinical Psychology where there is a Kaspar Hauser Syndrome and a Kaspar Hauser experiment where you can raise offspring away from members.
"hauser" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"The Tale of Kaspar, Hauser begins in Bavaria in the early nineteenth century a boy appeared in the streets of Nuremberg the second largest city in the kingdom with a glazed look on his face holding an envelope. Eventually. He's taken to a police station. Re doesn't seem to be able to understand what the police officers are saying, but he does seem to be able to hear. He's only able to say a few words in particular. He keeps repeating the following phrase I want to be a Cavalryman as my father was. In envelope he was holding there were two anonymous letters. The I was written by someone who claimed that he found the boy at his doorstep on October seventh eighteen twelve and that he was kept in his home the entire time and never allowed leave the letter suggested that the boy should become a cavalryman or if not quote if he isn't good for anything, the captain must either kill him or him in the chimney unquote. The second letter written in the same hand claim to be from his mother and said that his father was Cavalryman in the six regiment and had died. When the police began to guide his hand to make an X. on the police report, the boy was able to write a name Kaspar Hauser. Thus began one of the most mysterious episodes of the entire nineteenth century. Casper seemed to have no sense of how to behave in a civilized society. He preferred to eat bread and water over meat and vegetables. He couldn't speak more than a few words. He could say a few prayers but it wasn't sure that he actually knew what they meant. The bottom of his feet were smooth like a baby who hadn't grown accustomed to walking. The police didn't know what to do with him. So he was arrested for vagrancy and placed in jail. In jail he exhibited even more odd traits had a difficult time reacting to most sensory experiences like the smell of cooked food when shown a mere he was very confused as to what was happening or how it worked..
Scaredy Sharks & The Science of Fear
"Fine. Psalms not even up, your can wake up the whole neighborhood. Time wake up both. Interest you when a jar Brinkley. Ground, coffee. Well. Might, as well. Take you up on that offer. By. Rubens. I'm thinking. Well. Ok Mindy. How about jar of Freshly Ground Kafi Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. At That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. mindy. This is just an empty jar. Where's the coffee? Jar Mindy I know what copy looks like I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar that's because smells are invisible is. Smells yeah. If you wonder freshly ground copy smell, you're going to have to open that jar. Hugh woke me up and got me out of bed for nothing open the JAR IRA. Okay. Visible coffee. What's? Her. In the. Jar Won't open because I. Put a child proof LID on it here. Let me take a crack. Back. Ground. Coffee fell. Hugh kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now we're is the real thing. Oh. I don't know maybe Dennis's Hauser's something Dennis coffey. Boy Do I ever have fresh single origin imported from. Peru's COMERICA region hand picked. Foley Washington Sun dried roast into action, and here we have. Never Mind I don't have copy. All of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. And this one is that super specific convenient stores smell. And this one over here is rotten. That one smells like Uranus. Uranus, the planet it's made up of gas called trajan sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. ooh. Oh. Okay. Scientifically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. To Mindy. These jars. Yeah We see he tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt you're smelling beeps? Purple Root, vegetable, that you roast in the oven and eat on salads turns or poop pink. Well, you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt. What else he got Let me. I know here try this one. What do you think? I think one might be completely empty mindy. Guy, I can smell it from the air. It's lily of the Valley Yeah your tennis. Coach. Is Lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for barring school she said it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved
Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell
"Free. Do. Not. Even up your wake up the whole neighborhood and it's about time whitecaps. Interest you when a jar Brinkley ground coffee. Well. Might as well. Take you up on that offer. Grabbed my room. Think in prime freshly tax. Okay Mindy. Hi. How about that jar of racially ground copy Oh sure Reggie one jar of freshly ground coffee. Here you go. That will be free, ninety, nine plus tax. Mindy. Just, an empty jar, where's the coffee and? The I know what copy looks like and I can assure you that there is nothing in this jar. Well, that's because smells are invisible guy. Roz. Smells Yeah if you want your freshly ground copy smelled you're going to have to open that jar. You woke me up and got me out of Bedford nothing open the Jar Guy Roger? Okay. Visible coffee. What's? In the this jar won't open. childproof lit on it here. Let me take a cry and. You're freshly ground coffee fell. Kidding many this coffee smell is almost as good as the real thing. Now, where is the real thing? Oh Maybe Dennis. Hauser's something Dennis copy. I I have fresh single origin beans imported from. Peru's Com Monica region handpicked and sorted Bali Washington Sun dried. Section and here we have. Never, mind I don't have copy media, all of these empty jars filled with. Yeah I mean look here we've got the smell of wet clothes left in the washing machine for three days. and. This one is that super specific convenient store smell. and. This one over here is rotten egg. One smells like Uranus. Why I'm your rain is the planet made up of gas called hydrogen sulfide bears an uncanny resemblance to rotten eggs. Surprise you know that O. K. I. untypically speaking he's not wrong. Thanks. Good overs in these jars Lucy. He tried this one. What is that the smell of a pile of dirt dirt? You're smelling beeps? Purple root vegetables roasted in the oven and eat on salads turns or Poop pink who will you know for some reason beats always smelled like dirt to me what else you got Let me. I know here, try this one. What do you think? I think that what might be completely empty mindy? I can smell it from here. It's lily of the valley. Tennis. This one is lily of the Valley Lily of the valley as in that highly poisonous woodland flowering plant. Exactly. My mother would wear the sent every fall as I left home for boarding school. She said, it signified the return of happiness. How my mother loved Boarding School Oh what is he talking about Mindy? Okay. So the scent of Lily of the Valley is one of those smells that skin care and beauty product companies are always trying to recreate demean for perfumes and soaps and Lotions Ya. It contains this chemical called Boerge. And for a lot of people like Dennis, even a tiny droplet of this stuff can spell super intense i. Can't smell it at all. Well, you're not alone guy, Roz you see this geneticist named Casey Trimmer. She got together with a team of researchers at the Mona L. Chemical Senses, Center Philadelphia and Rockefeller University in New York. City and she and her team set out to find out why different people smell different things differently, and just to be clear a geneticist is the type of scientists who studies how certain features are passed down from different generations of people, right? Right. Like, how heritage my mother's sense of smell and my great grandfather's sense of entitlement. So. I'm wondering deductor trimmer team suspected Sheen's or what makes you you and Mimi have some kind of role to play in the way different people experience different smells you know it so she and her fellow researchers decided to conduct A. Scientific experiment
"hauser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"City Hauser on NBC's meet the press moments ago governor Larry Hogan telling CNN's state of the union this morning the immediate concern is to you know lower the temperature stop the the looting and a potentially a keep our citizens safe from the from the riots that are going on but the next step is to worry about this what we've been focused on for the past couple of months is the safety I'm dealing with this corona virus and is no question that when you put the hundreds or thousands of people together in close proximity when we've got this virus all over the streets is it's not healthy he's concerned that two weeks from now America could see more covert nineteen cases but there is some good news out of Maryland about Kobe the percentage of tests coming back positive is rock from about fifty four when it peaked in April to eleven percent according to Hogan and free testing is being offered at a drive thru in Loudon county tomorrow the county health director Dr David good friends has the first mass drive held earlier this month drew more people than the county had tests if you wanna come on on Monday it just terrific we welcome you for a wait for up to a couple hours doctor's referrals are not needed tomorrow the drive starts at ten at the Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park in Leesburg traffic and weather next on WMAL money news that may make you laugh this is the stacking Benjamins show isn't it wild what a what a difference a year makes host Joe soll CI and crew will help you survive.
"hauser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Next you can virtually visit local galleries like David Zwirner Hauser and Wirth for example to see what's on display and there some sort of interesting you can see the prices so go ahead and window shop for that Alex Katz piece for seven hundred twenty five thousand dollars learn Randolph is artistic director of frieze New York and she joins us now lowering welcome to all of it thank you thank you so much for having me what elements of the frieze art fair did you want to make sure were maintained in this new virtual format well and you know we really have it at our thinking about how the digital format was gonna years once it became imminent that freeze New York was going to have to be canceled along with obviously every other event that was supposed to take place in New York City over the last couple of months and what I was really hoping to transferred that into yes ability to take the physical fair and move it into a digital form was to try to recreate some of that some of the energy and some of the the gathered I think that people feel when we all actually get together physically under the white tent on Randall's island and and the question then was how were we going to do that that the practice practical side of things where we were just thinking about moving our regular programming and our special programming and our nonprofit sections for example into the structure of the online platform that was fairly straightforward but it was you know that some of the challenging more challenging things or how how do we make meaningful connections again between members of our community you know what what kind of conversations are you having with the gallery is about how to display art virtually it's interesting we we did have some a few conversations with galleries and a few calories modified their original proposal for what they wanted to show at New York response to what was going on now in the world with the devastation of cove in nineteen and that artists really wanted to you know be able to respond in real time to that as well so we had discussions that went something like that and then we had other discussions that were about how the galleries could no longer achieve what they were trying to achieve with their original presentations because they either they no longer had access to the works and artists of state because they you know they couldn't get the work photographs because of social distancing or the inability to travel so it was interesting in terms of the way that they were thinking about what kind of art was going to be now present on the platform but there were other there were other questions that arose to which again we're just more about how to use the format to their advantage and what kind of images and videos to upload and how our back end would work I think S. as in any crisis maybe there's always a silver lining and the silver lining in this instance is that our online platform became better because we were able to talk to galleries and I'm in a very focused way and and use their feedback to improve what are offering was and they never would have been so focused on that had you know we all not been in isolation and not did not operating our brick you know their brick and mortar spaces my guess Loring Randolph for talking about the frieze art fair she's the director so for someone who wants to dive in this afternoon after work for a glass of wine and go to the frieze art fair where's that where's a good place to start how would.
"hauser" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Had to the baseline killer mark DO the serial shooters determining Hauser we had an I. ten shooter in two thousand fifteen either serial killers right when we had it and I ten shooter P. somebody was shooting the highway shooting the cars on the highways and we never found them we thought we did with Leslie Merritt junior but that was not the case I always said it from the very beginning that guy's not the I. ten shooter I said from the very start why do you think he was in the I. T. just didn't he didn't the the evidence didn't add up it looked like they were trying to just get someone out desperate run of people to say we got this guy don't worry about it and I never believed it was him so now we're finding out maybe we do know who the I. ten shooter was from two thousand fifteen and it's a name we kind of all know so let's talk to you Michel instruct she joins us now KTA are Monica how are you today I'm good okay so is the I. ten shooter Erin south Saito who was a serial killer here in Arizona and he was shooting at cars not the I. ten but he was in Mary valley was murdering people and we finally got him and threw him in jail is this guy possibly the I. ten shooter well that's what merits team is trying to argue or at least since then you wait in the latest group of motions and that civil case now you mentioned that merit had been arrested for that as well all the criminal charges were dismissed because there wasn't enough evidence so he turned round and filed a civil lawsuit now the civil lawsuit is coming up for trial and his team wants to put evidence in front of the jury about the stock they you know and whether it was prostate who would actually be I can shooter now they don't have much evidence to prove that it is you know but they're trying to basically show that GPS and the investigators jump the gun they didn't do their job and they didn't look into this prostate connections and not why did they look into I mean you've got a guy who is obviously done this before and like it get upset I just felt the desperation on one of these games you it starts coming down on you Monica and you feel like you need to do something to to to appease the public why did they give a you know a longer look at him you know that's a really great question I think we have to back up and look at the timeline a little bit because the ITN shooting happened in the summer of twenty fifteen and merit was arrested believe in September of twenty fifteen right around there well the staff was so I think it didn't break until basically the next summer so after trying the DPS in the investigators have arrested Merritt and we're pursuing that case we didn't know all the facts about the state and how he may have been involved that team up around three years later when it was found out that prostate car was in the area of the I. ten shooting that merit was blamed for so it was because they didn't have the information at the time in this lawsuit that Meredith has filed against Arizona DPS is for false imprisonment and basically wrongful prosecution right that you didn't have enough evidence and you cut me in jail when you shouldn't have yeah for seven months they kept merit in jail on charges bad until the charges were dismissed dismissed in twenty sixteen Monica Lindstrom is joining us we're trying to figure out if there's a connection between a serial killer in Arizona this south ceda guy who's in jail and was he the the I. ten shooter there were eleven shootings on Phoenix area freeways your right Monica late August until September of twenty fifteen no one seriously injured but I think there were eight cars hit with bullets there were three other cars it with projectiles and it was like a BB gun you know palette or something like that so so let me get this straight merit his lawyers are trying to say that sell Saito his car was in the area where the I. ten shootings took place how do they know that that I believe is from video surveillance and you could see six of the seven numbers on a license plate and six of those seven numbers matched by state car so I mean there's a pretty good imprint there but the problem is is the state is arguing here but this is just going to confuse the jury your point in another serial shooter which by the way alleged of course right your point in the facts of this case that had nothing to do with merit case because he says about the fact that the prosecutor or the prosecutors and law enforcement didn't have enough evidence that they weren't doing their job and they kept in the legally well they didn't know anything about prostate at the claim they were doing that the state is are you in but if you allow that merit team to bring in the information about prostate it's going to confuse the jury because the time lines are totally different airlines you have to remember that it was at that time this was going on the beach yes it's about what they knew at that I don't know it makes kind of sense to me in twenty fifteen Sauceda decided well I'm gonna try and kill people this way and he wasn't a good shot you can kill anybody scared everybody and then you know a few years later he goes to their car and he's right next to them and he tries to shoot through the car so I mean you know it kind of sounds like this is very plausible this is very possible yeah absolutely it does and it would be great if we can figure that out mystery the problem is Gatos is that the lawsuit that were involved right now it's not about finding who was the real iTunes shooter it's about what a BBS and Arizona no at the time that they incarcerated merit and if they knew the information or if they failed to fully investigate at that time then I can help them but again this information come out till there was already out of jail are they thinking it in any way shape or form of settling this are they going to go to trial with this this with merit feels like they're they're they've got a lot of explaining to do mmhm yes they do have a lot of explaining to do and I believe trial starts this month so they could always settle at any point during between now in trial in fact they can settle in the middle of trial even settle after closing arguments they can settle anytime the problem is is the state probably doesn't want to give as much money as merit is requesting and I can't blame merit for requesting a lot of money because he and his life was put on hold for seven months he had his reputation was destroyed all right Monica good stuff by the way you're gonna wanna listen coming up next because we're gonna talk about well the coronavirus change the way you go to the bathroom that should be pretty good exactly yeah okay Monica looks from thank you for it you know she's gonna listen to absolutely everybody's gonna you guys all need to listen seriously and get ready go outdoors yeah and double talk about the bathroom in the corona virus and all that stuff coming up to get US chat show J..
"hauser" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Waiting to see if the movie happened happened and I gotTa `bacterial infection on the last week I'm like Puke in between scenes. I ended up going to the hospital for dehydration and stuff and and I finally made it out of there there and I think maybe a week later I was on the Warner Brothers. Lot Meeting Clinton and then a couple of days later meeting Bobby Jewel Watson Brian and and it was all sort of happening within within this six week time window but okay so you had said earlier on. We talked In this conversation that you thought you were to get to this point but maybe not this fast puts when it's actually happening. You're sitting across from Clint Eastwood with the PLO. Basically at this point I I guess it was still not a done deal but at the idea that you would be potentially starring number one on the call sheet title character in a Clint Eastwood Movie. That must have been kind of surreal. I didn't very surreal still. It's not against worn off. You know I think people think my life has changed drastically. It hasn't isn't the drastic thing was I got to work. Clinton Caffeine Salmon them. But but you know I didn't really have time to second guess I didn't have time to be fearful. I kinda SORTA like the fear and love thing I really had to like just man up and do it and hope that no one made a mistake here so when I showed up to set I acted I'd like the most sort of elevated version of myself not out of arrogance but out of the poison takes through traffic command and help carry a film. I would say that one person who saw the realist version Jessica Meyer. When Clinton producers she was sort of my ongoing confidante where when I was insecure or was you know had two unites of no sleep and I gotta do a monologue or whatever? She was kind of the person who would come by. And we have these private sidebar chats and she'd like build me up to feel like I could you keep going because there were times it was really scary. You know well I mean yeah I mean talent wise. There's no question I think from these earlier roles that you are immensely talented. But you'd never even been asked you know they're never been in an opportunity to have this central substantial leading Rollin. Any film let alone so the first time. It's a Clint Eastwood Film. That's got A. Did you feel a lot of pressure. And it's a good film different too. If like Blunt House calls you up and they're like we want you to do the genuine casey bio pic. And you're like great. I have to do these deplorable things for no money and try to win a word for playing this odious on redemptive piece of garbage. This is much different. You're playing an American hero in this shades of gray story right with Billy Rain Clint Eastwood I mean that is the best version of how how it could have happened to me literally. Yeah especially at a moment when you were in danger of being typecast as a villain totally you. Now get to play a a true hero era. Yeah it was. It was cool and there's still some consistencies of lower status or what people what people interpret to be simple mindedness in a lot of my characters I but But you know I think I played with enough layering in truth that that people will hopefully see through that and think it's more than just what meets c-i-s but But yeah no a lot of my favorite actors Paul. Giamati Phil Hoffman. John C reilly. They started in these sort of character supporting roles you know. I remember John C. N. A. Johnson Gilbert Grape. Remember Paul Giamati having like four lines in my best friends wedding you know like I was totally like new. My track Iraq. I knew my lane and was waiting for the time to come back to do something bigger like that. So one thing that you know. It's it's just I gotta ask because it's it's amazing to just read about it these three most recent high-profile parts have sort of sent. Aren't you on a roller coaster of what was expected of you in terms of the weight of the character. The physicality all of that. Can you just share what that takes in terms. Just maybe even if you've talked about some figures it's just it's it's not the easiest thing to just throw on thirty five or lose this or whatever it is. Can you just take me through from I Tanya to Black Klansman Richard Jewel. Yeah it's awkward men. It's a very emotional. I mean I can talk about very easily But I mean it's emotional in the sense that I've been overweight my whole life all my heroes started dying John Candies and Chris Farley's and then even dramatically we Chris Penn James Gandolfini. These guys have health problems and I love the Jona Hill lost weight. He looks amazing now and I'm glad that he's going to be around for a long time because we need them. I'm to be so this. Losing weight became a priority for me in twenty sixteen. I joined a group called Orange theory fitness and it wasn't colty. The people were like all in the industry. And they're all nice and they all like we're building me up and helping me stay by contract and I loved it and I lost thirty five pounds while putting on muscle in anyone. The done this knows like losing weight while putting on muscle is like a whole delicate thing so that took about seven months and I think I got from like think I think I went from like two ninety down to like two fifty five now and right around. The time I was doing the pilot got the I Tanya Auditions November of two thousand. Sixteen and I I ended up you know when I looked at I looked at photos and video footage of Shawn Eckardt and by the way. Nobody the pressure me to gain weight. No one to their test. But I said if I'm going to really do this I gotta do this because this character doesn't feel good about himself deep down. I need to not so I put. I put the thirty thirty of the pounds back on played. Sean sought the moment I rap. I'll take some of the money from the movie and get a personal trainer. Whenever never really we happened and it took about another year and a half to two years to kind of get it off and then of course while I was filming for Spike in Thailand? I got back down to like to sixty sixty two and I'm like well. I'm seven pounds away from where I was with. Orange theory fitness. Only come and make it and then I booked Richard Jewel in one of the first thing. Clint says is better. You GotTa pick up the DONUTS. Kidding have serious and I knew he was right and of course I shot back from to sixty two like two eighty five or something to play Richard So I put on another twenty five for that and now I'm still still trying to take off. You know I'm still. I'm probably down. Maybe seven pounds from Richard Jewel. When I might be at like two seventy eight but like I don't want to? I want to be healthy and be around for a while so I can do some of these characters and you know if if if I find the Jay Roach or somebody's making Chris Farley bio-pic. I'm taking that role knowing. That's mine from birth. Yeah that's mine but outside of something like that I really don't want to be that heavy the rest of my life. Yeah I mean I. It's amazing thing to have the ability ability to you know to go down the way you did for you know to to get down to two sixty two again or whatever anyway. I don't I don't mean to heart by Shit it's a IT'S A. It's an amazing thing but just a couple last things working with Clinton you know I I understand he. Everyone that's ever worked with him says he he moves was fast. He kind of knows what he wants. Generally few takes yet. I've heard from from people on this project and stuff you said there. There wasn't wasn't that much didn't feel rushed and there was actually time for Improv. Yeah he I mean he than any director of ever worked with. He invites improvisation conversation. As if it's as sacred as the text because he trusts his actors. I happen to be a pretty proficient. Improvisation Donna my whole life. So I showed showed up and and an average thing would be you know he shoots the rehearsal. Let's take one then. The real takes take two. And then you know Steve Camping. Elliot's this camera operator. You've been lingerie would tell you that was great but I think we can get it just slightly better with the pan or the you know it was always something technical. So we do about three takes Average was shooting the rehearsal which rarely worked. I would imagine but there were scenes like the diner scene at the end right demanded I was like I need more of these. I need like nine of these in. You had to break down each one. Yeah and I didn't do it perfectly in each one you know like there's a reason we did nine. Clint claims that the money used with meeting the donut. He claims that was the first take. But I don't know if that's revisionist history here. I'd have to ask Joel Cox but But you know I told them a couple of times and I said it very seriously because I I knew I was the lead of a Warner brothers movie. That was a true story with Clinton it's like I can't f this up I can't I need you guys to give me some latitude. On how many takes I have so that. I make sure that we're getting it because I've never done this before to that. Degree was the a scene in the diner the toughest or was there. I mean you have some. There's the one where you realize in the interrogation that they're screwing with you shore or the taped supposedly. Psa and then you realize they're screwing with you. Which one did you find to be the toughest the toughest was for? Sure when when Sam says to me you know you gotta stick up for yourself else. You know they're making funny. When I kick the coffee table and I go? I know that and I walk away and I kinda pay. Some grabbed a cookie the cookie jar. That scene was so tough because I didn't know no I was kind of lost that day and I didn't know where we were totally and I thought as are we going to big with this. Does it feel authentic. Is it too much. Should we do an abbreviated version of this. We kind of did every every possible version. Which is good for you editor? But bad for the actor because he actors going to. I know what I'm doing but I remember clearly grabbing Steve Camp. Nellie the camera up and saying I'm GONNA break that cookie jar so I sat on. We don't have more. We only have one so I said on the last take make sure are you till down and get me ramming the lid out of anger so that was like I was glad the way it turned out but the day we shot it. I was ready to walk offset that was so steamed in an insecure. Last question is just this movie people once out in the world people. Everyone has an opinion. Everyone one has something to say and there are certain things that obviously are always beyond anyone's control. Whatever how many people go what they do at the box? But if there's one thing that everyone is agreed on about this movie it's that you are terrific and that is reflected in the reviews. It's the cinema score from people people who've gone to see it and most recently. It's the National Board of Review Award for best breakthrough performance. So I just wonder you know ten years after after showing up in the town to be going through this week where. I can't drive from my office to my home without seeing you two. Where three times on billboards and bus though?.
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"The Gate I kind of go. I'm not going to get this. They're gonNA give it to Josh Gad or Jonah Hill so I auditioned and it's it's definitely Catechal I walk in. I see child actors. UCB instructors like. I see every type of person. I'm like them not doing right now. You can tell I was thirteen pages off book. Memorize the crap out of. Did they expect that of viewer. You went over and above. No well I think they expected some version of that professionalism but I definitely I drilled the hell. Yeah yeah hey the night before I got a little stoned and was like I'm GonNa Chill out because I want to so bad I need to chill And the next day there was just sort of a residual calmness where I was like. I was resigned. I didn't I was like I'm not going to get it so go in had a lot of fun did the thing. It's very professional left. They call me back a day later in our like. We're we're bringing back for a callback ago. Okay we'll call back insinuates. There's going to be another guy or something who who else is up for it. They are the callback is just you. Wow I get the hell. Do you mean the callback. All back is just me. That's not a thing like do I have it or don't I think there's an offer out I go. Whoa what is it? Gad they go. It's Josh and I think he was dealing with. I think it was dealing with like scheduling conflicts with the Kenneth Branagh movie or frozen or something around these busy. You guys are so i. I was sort of just waiting to see what happened. Of course he was too busy in. They went with me. And let's just remind people this Eckhart who's sort of the buffoon with delusions of grander. Who was turned on me? Yeah right exactly and this is a guy who who was in real life. Basically Szekely the mastermind. If that's I don't know if you can really use that word of the attack on Kerrigan but tell me about your reaction in the moment when you got that part where set set the scene. How big was that I've been waiting about three weeks after the call back. I knew they liked me. I found out later. The room was Kinda split where like a half a half of the team internally was was hoping to get a more of a naming the other half was like this is the guy. We don't need a name so I was headed to a concert with my buddy Josh Hoover. This guy who was on a walking dead and Hong Catch Fire Josh. Our headed to a concert for a buddy and I was I was waiting. Lina get picked up by Josh. And I get a call and in the calls saying you book the Part Desert Rats Yeah. My RUPP's called the schedules aid. Atkin Brian Walsh. They they call me. They're like got you paid. We're taking carry you. We got a decent hotel. You got the part. It's GonNa be a movie that people actually see you know the human this big speech and everybody was happy happy and I hung up and fell to my knees and cried and prayed and thank God for what had happened. Now Walk downstairs on the total mess. My Buddy JR asked drives up in a convertible at the top opt downplaying. The music of our buddy guy. Spend the rocket. Summer is blaring music. And he's like what happened. You know thinking something bad right and I go. I got the part and he knew about it because he he made a self tape for the same for the same part so like. We're both celebrating wearing this ban the rocket summer while we drive to the concert with the with the top down the convertible notable it was a very memorable. That's Great Memorable Day so that movie. I remember being the world's Marrin Toronto and it came in Rat's head Oh yes absolutely. It was quite a thing because I just to remind you know again. A lot can change in just a few years but at that a time. There weren't that many people that were thinking of Margot Robbie as world-class actress. They knew no she was a beautiful person who had a nice job very charismatic. But but she killed it and so did you and sorted Allison Janney who ends up with an Oscar and just this whole thing was and it was. I think the the the movie that had come into the festival without distribution that then was like the hottest acquisition title got a big deal with neon split flip between Neon and thirty. Yes yes yes what was cool and I love that internal team. You know if you ever get to interview some of those guys Steven Rogers and Craig and Brian Uncles and Margot's husband Tom. They were so freaking smart with how they played that they knew they had something special. They working upon enough to just anybody people like Harvey wanted it. And then he they made them go to the premier and he's like you know like a little Gremlin wanting the movie for himself and then I heard he walked out like thirty thirty minutes. And here's like falling asleep and then like stood up and abruptly left the theatre fluid. Thank God for us right. The timing was right but no I. I'm so proud of that movie and stretch me as an actor and I made friends for life and Sebastian and Margot and the whole team and then of course Craig just reused me for Disney movie The crew unless it's twenty twenty one. I think I read. It's ways off lot at Lod special effects and stuff to to kind of tie down before they put that up and so so must have been around maybe directly as a result of the exposure and appreciation from Tanya that Spike Lee enters. The picture will spike. Didn't even see I Tanya when he cast cast really knew nothing about it. I come back from tiff on a Sunday was flying back and I get an email. That says your agent. Brian Walsh Walsh has bombarded like all these casting type people in all these Agent people basically he whipped together like a pdf of just like all the praise from coming out of tiff. Yes just made a little packet and send it off to a bunch of agents at the agency and then casting people and they like within twenty four hours. They got me an audition for the lead batty and Black Klansman which was played by my buddy. I didn't end up playing that role but I went in on so I fly back on a Sunday on Tuesday. I'm sitting in the room of Spike Lee at Kim Coleman's casting office and once against him word I Tanya like I grow the hell out of it drilled. It knew exactly what I was doing doing. Had a bunch of Improv planned. which isn't really purist? Improv I planned it and written and I went in there and did my thing and spike bike I remember spike was like getting into it. I could see him on the seat when I was doing like the racist speech. I've got 'cause I gotTA stop you so you're playing a KKK guy auditioning as a KKK guy in front of Spike Lee. Even though yeah it's it's what he's asked you to do. That's got to be a little uncomfortable. I mean it isn't it. Isn't he co road. This guy's already signed off on the threes office. Plenty character I get in there and I had this like extra part of the speech planned. The the guy who played a key Yasser pocket and was brilliant. And it's hard to imagine anyone else playing it but I was like really going for it and at the end. I'm like do I do this. Improv I wrote to I do it and I can tell you is in a good mood so Mike Myskina throat and at the end I gave this whole Spiel Rago gentlemen. The the good book says that the tongue is a sword. But we don't use shortage anymore. No we use a guns and bullets. Why what was that little thing that that fell a Goliath but a little itty bitty thing going at a great speed dunked him on the head? That sounds like to me. I did that. SPIKE SPIKE JUMPS UP and goes. Say you can a busloads motherfuckers heads in and I go. We're going whoa paint the town red. It's just not going to be allred and I said that in spite those sit down I sit on almost angry. He's so happy that he says he found the Guy So he he we start talking movies. He writes my cell number down which had never happened ever and I walked out. He Bro Hugs Win. Lina I walk out and I told God the second I walked is gotta go. If I don't get this part I'M GONNA lose because it has to happen and of course Yasser got the role. But then they're like do you want you know spike sidekick right and in a way you know yeah I guess it all it all worked out nicely because you a great as as the sky and also to make it further crazy the movies produced by Jordan. Peele you enjoy so you've been in. You're in some canned peel sketches right. Yeah I go way back with Jordan Keegan so Joel Zadek USA manage Me and a bunch of these mad. TV guys is he still does some of them. I think but you know when mad. TV got cancelled that was going to a small Christian School in Chicago. Writing screenplays like a madman like a college the university park over forests and and jogos bad. TV just got canceled. Do you WanNa like write a script for Acre Jordan Keegan so they gave me a log liner. I one sheet of an idea and I spent a year and a half reading movie for Peel. That around made it was called. Hardly working it was about like black men trying to fight to get a promotion Russian in this advertising company and you know it was funny but if the story was never fully there I think I was too stunted at that time to write a great relationship with them. And then you know more. So Jordan tonight kicked around a sci-fi idea called the last ship Jordan arrogant right the sci-fi thing and I went to his apartment a couple times and we like brainstorms somewhere on a laptop somewhere. I have like notes from me and Jordan trying to you know while a little stoned trying trying to come up with like comedy notes but it never. They blew up like a rocket ship and they threw me in a couple of sketches. And I did see Jordan at the Gotham awards awards and he pulled me aside a couple years ago and he goes just so you know. This wasn't nepotism because I didn't even know you audition and you didn't text me to like ask for for like help. That sounds like I just looked at the cashier one day and bugged down my office because I was like Holy Shit calls the move. That's awesome well and I Tanya should have gotten a best picture nomination Black Klansman dead and then I guess after doing that you were doing some awesome stuff for T.. TV pilot and we should say you've done you. You know over the. I guess in between various things you've been in some major shows kingdom unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The Cobra Kai other other things. What I read was that you're in Thailand doing the next Spike Lee project five bloods and have an an offer for a major TV project right? Yeah it was Kinda crazy. There was I had an offer for a TV show limited series and it was the most money money anyone ever offered me. It was actually more than I deserved to be perfectly honest. It was weird that they were making this offer and it was a lot of money and I was excited. Sided about it and two days later I got a call in Clinton wants you to Clinton wants you to be a co lead in his new movie. I was like why and they're like well. It's not a real offer. It's a verbal offer because the movies at Fox Disney bought Fox and clint only worked at Warner Brothers. So I'm like I have three days. They're making me mole. This this stupid thing over were there like you can either make a ton of money or you can take his word. Even though you've never met. Were they pushing you in one direction or the other not at all my reps a testament to them they were like do what you WanNa do. We have our opinions and we'll give them if you want them and I just told them I it's I'm losing sleep. I was also sober at the time. I did ten months sober so while Thailand go nuts and I'm sober and I'm alone and I'm like barely sleeping. I have insomnia. It's three in the morning. They call me because of the time difference and they're like you have to make a decision the casting needs to know the point where the TV manager like. Dude you gotta give us an answer. You know we're going elsewhere and I said Oh my go- the Bible talks about fear and love. You can only operate out of one. The two can't abide you know. Perfect love casts out. Fear and I said fear would tell me to take the money love with tell me to work with these pass. Wow and then I had to sit for three weeks. Having made that decision waiting to see if the movie happened happened and I gotTa `bacterial infection on the last week I'm like Puke in between scenes. I ended up going to the hospital for dehydration and stuff.
"hauser" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"That conversation. Paul thank you so much for coming in great to see. See you as always and Congratulations this has been a big month week. Just probably a blur for you It's been wild Scott. It's been wild. Thank you for for having me I. Yeah no it's been. It's been like a fun year for me in a funnier for movies and just as a movie Fan. It's been crazy keeping up with everything. There's so much I still have to see from Corpus. CHRISTI TO UNCUT GEMS TOO. You know there's just so many different interesting projects and then the big event movies all fall. Oh on like the same month so it's been nutty men in phone. Well let's go back because you know on the one hand I think people feel like they know oh you because in the last three consecutive years you have been a key part of the award season high quality films. We had I Tanya in twenty seventeen when we had black Klansman in two thousand eighteen. And we now have Richard Jewel in two thousand nineteen. But I think they know your face. They don't know your story so let's let's go back. I guess it starts in Michigan Skin with a pretty faith. centric family right you. You're like one of the first in generations to not be a minister right right yeah. My Dad is is a fifth generation Lutheran pastor the crazy stories that I guess is my dad's like great great great grandfather. Something was is a rabbi and he left Czechoslovakia to convert people to Judaism in America while staying with a host family. Here where you know. You're crashing for free like a foreign exchange soon. He got converted to Christianity so it changed the course of the family literally. Although it's just it's just believing in one more book we still also got the Old Testament but yeah. My brother is now six generation pastor. The women in my family are over the top incredible. Stay at home moms and this is just something I always wanted to do. I always you know I took the people like Robin Williams and Jim Carey and I always gotTa give credit to Jim Varney. Who did those ernest movies that those are like really important to me as a kid and the instagram videos? I now do where. I'll be shirtless waking up in bed at my apartment. Silverlake doing a Weirdo character. Erica totally spiritual traces back to watching Jim Varney earnest talking to the camera and stuff. Well I just got a free amazing performance coming up the elevator later with you every floor you want to give a little summary. I love elevators because people are stuck with each other which should happen more often to this country so divided divided. It's great so like I love saying Awkward Chit and elevators. Make people feel weird. I think floor one that we were going. I think I said something like it's dead quiet and I go so anyways as I was saying about my divorce. The door open for the next four. I was like anyways so they got the culture test. Back the lesion. They don't know the origin of that. They know. It's a lesion then the next floor up I was like anyway brandon my steps and his real dad's in the military so show and tell becomes difficult. There are things you can't bring into the school and they get worried by hilarious people and it's just great looking at People's reactions but I love it by the way people are weirder than you think they appreciate stuff like that well. The vessel is getting on this floor. Would you say to the the. There's a guy that says I know you from somewhere. You sweet black in the quarter look to me he goes. I know you from somewhere you and Youtube and I go. I am on Youtube but I actually living and then of course I brought up I go. I played a racist piece of shit and black eyed. It was close well so I guess the willingness to be this kind of open. I've read you say that it kind of probably comes from the fact that you're one of four. It's hard to get noticed in that circumstance. Of course you're fighting for stage time but were you you a theater kid. Were you doing this stuff in school or when did it really become something you took seriously. I was like a theater. Kid didn't hang out at the theater. Kids I I loved. I loved acting. I love film I think around the age of twelve. I saw a few good men and as good as it gets like those movies were sort of what formed formed me from loving comedy to wanting to discover drama and discover good writings. So I kind of feel like I didn't know at the time but those two movies were written written by James L. Brooks and Aaron Sorkin two of the greatest screen writers of our time. If if maybe if any so like I didn't know what the age of twelve but what writing was what was really grabbing me too so by the time I was sixteen. I bought all these screenwriting books from Barnes and noble like the one type stuff reading for Dummies and I was doing theater. I did ten plays in high school. I started doing. Stand up comedy at like my church and that like local cafes or bars or whatever as a teenager so I I sorta just overly immersed myself it was Improv. STANDUP screenwriting plays submitting headshots and resumes. All over the place in the Mid West trying in a fund agent and doing some background extra work. I was a background actor in one or two things early on anything that was major. No no one movie. Was this terrible. Indie film called demoted with Sean. Astin and Michael Vartan but it was a treat to be on set and I was getting paid like one hundred bucks a day day and and you know I got to say this is before selfie stuff so it was like it was nice to just chat with Michael and Shawn and some of the people who are very generous with their time. Talking to the extras and stuff and I remember. Michael Vartan got us an ice cream truck like it was just. It was a lot of fun and and and then of course my first job was this movie. Virginia which didn't do very well. But I got to work on my first film. I worked with Jennifer Connelly and Ed Harrison. Amy Madigan A and B Jones and Emma Robertson. Harrison this is Dustin Lance black coming off of milk right. Yeah he was coming off milk so there was also like the perception of light. This movie is going to be nominated for. Yes because we got Dustin me Jennifer right but the film really really kind at died in and didn't have much of a showing it Kinda bummed me beyond Brooklyn heart a little bit because I thought it was going to be this big thing and it wasn't but at the same time it gave me like nine or ten grand or something. Yeah and I got to move to La and when people ask me what I had done was coming off a movie with Jennifer Connell. You in fact you know. I think it speaks. Maybe two that you're are an open and an end sort of immediately. Likable guy that you were not supposed to have anything more than what would have been another like background part in that movie right and then added. How did that change? I just showed up to be. I was content with being an extra to some degree. You know. Obviously I wanted speaking part but I didn't think that was likely but I'd seen Lanson. You know my my mom Kinda got us to start watching the Oscars when I was a teenager like early teens It was a traditional watch it. Every time it was on with the family and I had watched the Oscars that year and Lance Black this beautiful speech that was really powering and he talked to gay youth and said you know. God doesn't hate you and as a Christian and loves the the LGBTQ plus community. I was so happy that someone said that. You know 'cause I don't want to be labeled as some Westboro Westboro baptist nuts I. I was pretty happy to hear that I just told them I want. I saw that the audition for the extras and I just said Hey. Man congrats grads on the Oscar. Milk was amazing. And I love that part in your speech when he said that it brought tears Just want to say congrats shake his hand. Thirty forty seconds. Yeah and he goes knows. What's your name? And he wrote it down and he said there might be a part for you. We're going to bring you back and a week later. Sure enough. I did a cattle call. Twelve other guys who looked as poorly you put together as I did and And then I came back. Oh and then. I thought this I haven't told them stories. I thought it was all done. 'cause I was I was reading. The trades trades that as early as in reading all veterans. Yeah I was reading deadline and variety Hollywood Puerto everyday and I went online and saw the cast amy Madigan Muravich and it said filming is underway so I interpreted that as auditioned. I never heard back. They started filming. They started Caz right right. So I was like I'll bummer. And then like a day or two later when I'm fully emotionally resigned. Having the part again email that says can you come back tomorrow where it was shooting shooting on the west side of the state near grand rapids. Call Okay so way you didn't have to lay. It was like a three hour drive from Saginaw so like six hours roundtrip. My Buddy Peter Hinze and I went down. He drove me. I would like throw him some money and he'd drive me because I still don't have a driver's license. I'm one of those Weirdos where does but I went and did the audition as we left. I thanked them and I walked out and the PA comes up to me and she goes. Hey stick around We need some more information from you. And I'm thinking like oh I didn't shall out the paper right that they gave me some weight. And taking those asked for my address social security or some random thing and lance black comes out to three minutes later goes so you got the part and I go. Can I hug you. And he goes. Yeah and they had me fill out paperwork and this was more of much more substantial part. Oh Yeah I was number six on the call she and I was there for you. Know ten days over the course of like three weeks and and they were excited because they were like we discovered you we got there was some pride there. That's all and and onset. I just did what I always do. I haven't changed my recipe that much. I'm a better actor now but I basically just I did some techniques and a lot of improvisation and and it went really well and I'm so proud of the work in that movie. I'll be you know. KINDA got snuffed. Yes so as you say with the proceeds from that endeavour you come out west and if the math is correct. It's almost exactly ten years ago. Right right November nine. I read so could you ever have imagined how much stuff could happen in ten years here. Man Let's start there. I mean I only did did this because I thought I could do what I'm doing now. I believe that from day one. Did I think it would happen now. No I thought ten years from now I might get a sideways tight movie. That's barbecue instead of wine. And you know me and me and Chris Pine. You're driving through the Carolinas together. SEE figures out his love life and stuff my face I brought to you by the way we can still have made it for me that that can't get bottom told me that will get destroyed roadside attractions. Now I know no I basically I thought this would happen. I didn't what happened now. I didn't know I will get to work with a bunch of my hero. Sam Rockwell occupational hero for me the same way that Phil Hoffner Peterson Garden. Michael Shannon and I know this is not just lip service because going back and reading the first interviews that were done with you namedrop drop you namedrop San Mateo among other. So that's that's really cool. That's happened but I guess the first big moment would have been you were in Vancouver or something doing a lifetime pilot lifetime. Okay and what's the call that you get there so once again the recurring theme for me internally is like I was content with what I was doing until something way better just showed up right so I was with Eric. Balfour Dominic Monaghan. I and my Buddy Jake Robinson Chelsea Gilgen all these people it was like it was like adult summer camp where we all were in Vancouver for three weeks filming. Were all sharing this ensemble. So none of us are lifting that heavy or working out together. We're getting dinner together. We're making each other breakfast and drinking to get like it is adult summer camp camp were getting paid to go to. It was the greatest. So I'm just I'm on cloud nine already. I get an email that says you know i. Tanya script on the blacklist Allison Janney Margot Robbie attached roll the guy the guy did lars and the real girl so like it seemed a little too good to be true right out..
"hauser" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the three hundred fifteenth episode of Wards Chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcasts Feinberg. And my guess today is a very talented young actor who has greatly impressed a lot of people over the last three years I in two thousand seventeen with a supporting turn is Shawn Eckhardt. The goon who planned the assault of figure skater. Nancy Carrigan Twenty five years ago in Cregagh. espy's I Tanya then in two thousand eighteen with another supporting turn. This time as an inept K. K. K. member over in Spike Lee's black clansmen and now in two thousand nineteen with leading role as the title character a hero mistaken for a villain in. Clint Eastwood's Woods Richard Jewel for which this actor has been named. The recipient of the national border reviews best breakthrough performance award with other accolades. Possibly still to come Paul Paul Walter houser over the course of our conversation at the officers of the Hollywood reporter the thirty-three-year-old and I discussed how a conversation with Dustin Lance black led to a part in black two thousand ten film. Virginia that was big enough to pay for Hauser to move from Michigan to Hollywood almost exactly a decade ago. How his diligent preparation for auditions nations for I Tanya and black clansmen enabled him to stand out for their directors? How out of the blue? He learned that he might have a chance to star Clint Eastwood Film But then had to decide on a tight deadline whether to accept a lucrative offer for TV limited series or take his chances on the Eastwood possibility plus much much more and so without further ado. Let's go to.
"hauser" Discussed on Run With It
"We Have David Hauser David founded grasshopper which was bootstrapped over thirty million in annual recurring revenue and acquired by six twenty fifteen also founded charge defy. which for over ten years has enabled thousands of businesses to manage the recurring revenue? lifecycle recycle Mark Cuban was an investor and it was acquired by skill works in Twenty Sixteen. He's built sold and invested in a number of different companies throughout his life since high school. His most recent project is a book. Called unstoppable four steps to transform Your Life David. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me guys us as real honor to have you here. You have quite the resume with grasshopper with charges by so. I think it's a real treat for our listeners to be able to hear. Hear exactly how you think through a new business idea which is what the meat of this podcast is. We WanNA leave some time at the end for you to talk about your book in anything else you'd like to share but let's get into into your business idea here so tell us about a problem. You're seeing in the world today. The most interesting problem I'm seeing today is really An old school industries right so take the the most kind of boring industries possible. It could be anything from a dentist office to manufacturing or shipping or whatever and I think providing technology solutions in those verticals are the most interesting and when I start to step back into that looking at things like crm kind of all the customer facing things that today are done very manually right. So I think you can pick literally any one of those industries and it's the same software application roughly except customized highly to that industry but from a marketing perspective given messaging perspective but also from functionality perspective. So we've played with this a little bit in some of these industries. I have a little bit of experience. There I think is the largest opportunity out there compared to compete and other places where there's fifty options and you know ten ten different people making task management software right and all selling to web developers. Yes and fast businesses. Right like that niche I think is just overly crowded great just to kind of reiterate and clarify what you're talking about. You're saying just picking picking an old school niche that doesn't really have a custom. Crm Make Custom crm marketed and specialize it for exactly what they do. And you've got yourself a pretty solid business there right so we started doing this in the dental space specifically orthodontist right and looking at like. How do you talk to these people? What are the very specific things they they need and it's not about like customizing a crm right? It's like building the things that will automate and improve their business on a day to day basis and bring them quote unquote into into the technology age. Where things might be manually or on very old school technology like a windows server client relationship type software rate with no ability to update aided very slow up so I think migrating all of that but the key beam? How do you improve their business? So they can get more customers or more revenue because of using since off. I want to share example. That can expand this you're talking about crm zone share something that's a little bit different At my former company shall we have a number of procedures that you need to go through in order to enact change. Make sure that the plan is gonNA stay safe. And make sure that you're covering your bases it's documented the most used one of those is called the management adjustment change process. It's a process that takes quite a long time to get through if you're GONNA make a change the with dangerous hydrocarbons. You WanNa make sure that you're covering all all these aspects that are important. A lot of people have to interface with it. And it's a synchronous so there's a technology solution out there in place. That is is widely disliked. Everyone hates it. If you years ago where if you wanted to get an embassy done quickly you did it on paper you printed everything out in you. Got Everyone in the room and you shuffled around and as you can imagine. That's not a great way to store that data right. You have to scan all this documents an an uploaded back into the system. It makes it hard to read in the future. Everything that comes with Having a paper process so that's a completely other example. The other thing I wanted to bring bring in here I know I should this with you. Maybe a month ago Ethan but if you look at wide combinations page they have a request for startups and is one of the categories that they have on there is enterprise software and they say flat out enterprise software. It sucks in there so much room for improvement here. If if you WANNA come to y combinator you are going to tackle this category. That's one of the things they were looking for and I think the reason. They list that right is they see all the other start ups right like the five hundred people working on the same problem for the same industry and they WANNA expand that portfolio of companies as wide as possible. I think when you start to look at enterprise software there are so many very very large industries that are untouched right that are spending tremendous amounts of money on software and purchasing right. So I think it's very interesting. What if you don't have experience in one of these industries? It seems as though you would need to be in the know in order to Solve the problems that they have and even understand the opportunity. I think this is a great question where I think there's actually a tremendous opportunity. Not Being in the industry I there's clear advantages. Where like if I have been inside of a process like you have right? I can see the clear problems but I think we also put on our blinders and we ignore what we might be able to bring from another industry. So if I'm looking at his you I have no idea about. My eyes are wide open. Which means I need to do customer interviews? I need to early things news and talk to real people that are having these problems to do discovery and in doing that discovery the way I look at things from a very clean perspective so I will hear things very differently than someone within the industry. That's the kind of give and take of the pros and cons here so I would turn it around and I think there's actually a tremendous advantage if you do it right right and you actually listen and dig pretty deep into talking to real users. This is great. Let's say you were looking industries to work with. Is that how you position yourself. South is yeah. I would ride that all the way right and and position it is like look on bringing airline technology to cars like whatever it is right and say the way that we were so oh productive in industry is how I'm GonNa make dental hygienists productive right like whatever it is. I don't think it really matters but yeah to me. It's just taking the advantage you have and in writing. It is fully as possible rather than trying to hide and saying like oh I need to find three industry people to like put on the web page and say I have industry experience go the The Opposite Direction. Say We have not and we'll learn everything about you and we're going to do about one piggyback wanted to give on that point which I love that you brought it up number one. We will have some listeners that have never started a business before even ride or they wouldn't know an industry that ought to get started and to have that kind of a refreshing mindset that you can always turn an obstacle into an advantage or or turn things on on their head and just to piggyback on your point of power of being outside her I've got a two year old And Chris is about to have a little one as well and we noticed this children right there so observant so intelligent like why do they always bring bring such new and creative. Thanks the tables. Because they've literally never see things before and it's quite magical to watch and there's no reason that you can't have that process going on on a business development. Yeah Yeah I think even at grasshopper this exact same thing happened me and my business partner had zero Telekom experience besides using a phone like having a cell phone that that was our experience as it was a totally new industry for us. We've found a problem we wanted to solve and it happened to be in a tech in telecom. That's how we were going to solve it And I think because of that we we need choices very different than the rest of the industry we stayed away from voice over. Ip We allowed people to make decisions about what types of phones they wanted to. We were very independent. We didn't require desktop APPS. And things like that. We said look people use e mail and phone and taxed and all these other mediums. Let's integrate into those so that was a very a different perspective than anyone else was taking industry. I apologize if you've shared an answer to this in various medium. But what do you say to people who say I am not passionate about the telecom industry or or whatever else dental. Yeah so our core purpose. At grasshopper was empowering entrepreneurs. I succeed so what we were passionate about. Was the customer base. We were working on a daily basis and ended the day like did we love Telecom. No but we loved providing the service which which allowed customers to sound more professional stay connected with their customers right like those are things you can get passionate about. When we were looked at grasshopper there were two things one is? We knew the customer base. We wanted to work with people like us that we were very passionate about that and solving that prop And then to be able to do it in a place that we loved right so part of building. Grasshopper was building a place that we love to be at and that you can be very passionate about no matter what industry right right well. First of all a quick question which may or may not have to address. Should we pick sperry specific dietsch for this conversation. We should leave a general. Do you guys have an opinion in my mind. You can leave a pretty general because the exact Zac same process works across the board in my mind. We can use one to kind of play the game written but I don't think it really matters to be quite honest. Fair enough and Christie agree. I like the idea of leaving in general. I think that they're going to be people who want to go after different industries for whatever reason maybe they're in certain parts of the country that they have easier access to industry that that they want to get in. Yeah I think that we can drop in examples but Lee general sounds fair so my next question then is how can a listener. WHO's GonNa Start One of these businesses determined the value that they can provide you know how how can and they start charging someone wins? Should they start charging someone me ideas on that for people. Yeah I mean so the first step in my mind is talking to actual customers and literally the first question question. I'm asking outside of learn about their business but like when I start to dig in pass their right like questions about what I'm GonNa do is like what can I add value. And how much would you pay. It's like I WANNA have very specific questions like if I can deliver you ten more customers. How much is that worth? And how much would you pay me out how much that's worth right. Or if I can increase the number the people you can see in a day or the number of shipments you can send out like what is the dollar value of that worth and would you be willing to pay me some portion of it and if so how much trait I think those are the valuable questions where we always ignore that right. I want to be as close to the money as possible. Right which is why I like these older industries. That have very little automation because if I can help add customer or keep a customer longer. I'm in the stream of dollars very very quickly. So if I'm charging ten percent of that which could be a very large dollar figure it's very small so that right that's where I would start and then the next step immediately after that is okay. You told me you would pay this. I can deliver for this for you painting.
"hauser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Astros the day after their no no taking on the brewers Gerrit Cole evening Hauser with that on TV or for the body so what you'll want swinging a bouncer towards third backhanded Miller can't get it under his love animals towards the rolled up carpet at side wall Rommel's racing per second any slides in we will see how they scored he wasn't hit all that hard he struck the baseball out front and pulled it down the line Miller just didn't quite get down the back it went under is lo and if it is a base hit in the heading straight for the buffalo Wilson Rawlings extends to twenty five he had not made a decision yet the usual panic minute second into down as the Phillies leave the bats two to one they sported a double here's the pitch and that one is outside for a ball so now Wilson Rommel's has a twenty five game history the center is first time open stance on the left side in the first round pick out of sync John if it outside that's the night with the alternate blues chopstick rate pants panic going with the high socks showing off his meds socks with the New York skyline interlocking orange and wine one strikes of which will this is done in a way change of course so that any strict rules are almost longest hitting streak in the major leagues in three years but if that's the state of the game it is pretty Freeman had a thirty game hitting streak back in two thousand sixteen the real and that is in for a strike but look you're one of the things the point out it's just right now and I know that old school guys totally subscribe to that but I'd start with the idea fifty what the shift in you see so many different pictures and a break people's infrastructure now it's three in two yeah because you have on the the morning will many clubs that are looking at the shop in OPS third time through the order for their starting pitcher which many times they get that picture out of the game in the fifth inning and now you said you've got the lost city catching up the three to willow would chase for Florida now first and second with two outs and Ahmed with some real makes his way to play top for Phillies need to match to one to the point being is that you get less looks at a picture of the course of the nineteen ball game then you used to you can sit there and and sort it was like you're solving a puzzle right got it you you it lets you just lit up the scoreboard of runs you can see that starting pitcher three times at least I mean possibly at least three times there's time to make an adjustment over the course of three bands first lottery sorry insanity race the panhandle out of the way all one no strikes and then there is a gap the guy who came in and relieve puts it yes going to be throwing harder you know and in many cases it was this is a book it's not a no one the better pictures on the team will be a starter so you had an opportunity there one of the outside corner good fastball in ninety four from F. when we look we get to see a lot of teams to bounce around it's amazing every once in awhile to see a guy come in the game throwing ninety eight and we're both like who is this person we don't despite hello and that one is on the inside corner for a strike and now it's wanted to Phillies needed to one see you reach the really nice segment on the lan portal back in tonight's plate umpire Joe when getting the right hold some simple pictures last reviewed college football quarterback if you want to swing by our ball back the back slice we're sorry ill it'll stay alive amid we're sorry old since the break fifth best batting average in the NHL he's free swinger this is an aggressive Mets team third highest win percentage in the big leagues with highest chase rate but in the second half which worked posted second panic at first there's one two maybe the bouncer phallus third this is normal but it's just one of those things you we like to to make a note up or a mention on the numbers are in Boston for a few years now and just seeing the maturity level the comfort level lady has both sides of the ball but his attacks that we see a lot better than what we saw a year two years ago they want to get on the ground running ads in the pictures now takes his time please the first did with some real fears and myths leave a couple mid way here in the fourth please leave a message to one.
"hauser" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Champion James holes Hauser has just broken another record Tuesday's episode. The thirty four year old surpassed one million dollars in the shortest time ever in the game's history is eighteen one hundred eighteen thousand eight hundred sixteen dollar win put his total take at one million sixty one thousand five hundred fifty four million dollars after fourteen games as the third separate record holes. Hauser has shattered since he started competing on the game show piece mode. I still haven't watched this guy. I got to watch them because I just wanna see what he does. I here he goes up from the bottom. So he'll start with the highest amount and say, you know, letters that have caller for two thousand and then he walks his way back toward the lowest amount. So that he immediately has his big of a bankroll is NASA as you can make sense gamble for the daily doubles, especially if you know that you're really good. Yes. I wouldn't do it. Why would never? Just do it that way. And Jennifer garner graces, the front of this year's beautiful issue of people magazine with a cover story that cheers the way she bounces Hollywood business and motherhood the magazine revealed the cover Tuesday of the annual issue that hits newsstands Friday on the cover garner is shown sitting on the hood of a car with grassy hills in the background along with the quote, ungrateful. Every day the actors is a co founder of a baby food company can access an artist ambassador for save the children ended the mother mother to three kids. With ex husband Ben Affleck thirteen year old violet ten-year-old Serafina and seven year old Samuel Serafina, fair Vena. Cute. She was on Ellen. And I think Ellen made the announcement. We'll have a little bit of that audio coming up later on that.
"hauser" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"They don't play anywhere else. Polit will play again after this until late September. Adrian Hauser is pitching the brewers. They're scrambling. Of course, the try to come up with any semblance of starting pitching. Good. I think most people would agree with me that the big problem that brewers faces their starting pitching is. I would say that rotation is one of the worst than all the major league baseball right now. The upside they have is they've got a lot of potential that guys grow into the role, and maybe Gooby very good at it would've could still be very good at it. Maybe Corbin burns can still be a starting pitcher chase Anderson. Look very good when he won on Saturday night. But their starting pitching is cobbled together. TI peeve of a bunch of young guys. Guys trying to stretch out at the set of the other thing who's Adrian Hauser. He actually pitched last year. He was up he pitched seven games last year. They're very good year is one of the guys they were calling up. He pitched out of the bullpen then. But he has been a slider starter in the minor leagues. He's no spring chicken. This is eighth year in professional baseball, maybe night. He was one of the guys that brewers God in that incredible trade we pulled off in which we stole. Josh hater Carlos Gomez. And Michael fires were sent to Houston in the brewers. Got a whole bunch of guys including Brett Phillips was traded and turned into another guy Domingo's Santana who was traded to Seattle and turned into. Gamble. And we got Josh hater out of that deal. And Houser was there as well. It's probably unless he pitches. Well, a one time only start, but he'd be sent down after the game if he pitches. Well. Given as bad as the brewers starting pitcher because Ben he'll get another chance to Jordan get his minor league. Career is up and down the problem that they've had in evaluating their minor league pitchers though. Until now that they finally got out of that toilet and Colorado Springs is there. Aaa franchise was in a hitters ballpark in Colorado Springs every pitcher gets Sheldon, Colorado Springs. See it ever could tell how good a guy really is. Well, now, they're in San Antonio with AAA T, then I think that will help quite a bit. So anyway, that's what's going on with the brewers tonight. I alluded to this story a little bit earlier trying to figure out where Tony just coming from Foxconn. It's impossible. When he ran for governor Ebert said he opposed the Foxconn deal, but he said he wasn't going to elect a governor kill it. Then he comes as governor and says he wants to renegotiate the deal FOX never gonna create this many jobs, Republican supporters of the Foxconn deal say if they don't create the jobs are supposed to they aren't going to get money. And if they create only some jobs, they're going to get fire less money than the money. That was in the thing. It's a perfect plan. They get paid for what they do as, you know, the Democrats have hated the Foxconn thing from the beginning. So no Everts comes out today and talks out of the other side of his mouth and says I want to lower the hiring goals for FOX God. In other words, he wants to make give them money if they don't meet their goals. I have no clue as to where he's coming from. Suddenly now Everts thinks the Foxconn deal is to weighted against Foxconn that he wants the lower the hiring goals for them. I just don't get why you wouldn't leave well enough alone. Here. I mean, five gun may well jump at this. You're going to give us money. If we hire a lot less than thirteen thousand. Yeah. We'll take that. They're twenty. Figuring out where he and the Democrats are coming from the whole Foxconn issue as I said been almost impossible, then there's the. Belief. I have that Iverson is not is barely the governor. It is being tugged into directions. He's got the Madison lefties around him that just want this to be anti-business state. Then he's got the pragmatists around him. Some of the people involved in the unions. And so on who want to create a lot of jobs. Remember, you got the operating engineers the group that horrid itself out for Tony. They're going to be doing a lot of the construction work. That's going to occur on major projects should Foxconn. Do anything beg- this shoving of and the other direction, and they're safe for crying out loud? Twenty. We got you know, you can't take us back to the stone age of anti-business, you're elected here because of the support of a lot of private union members and private union members work for private businesses. So maybe Everett's comes out and trashes the FOX deal last week now is getting it from the other side and suddenly things out of the other side of his mouth because Iverson self has no clue on any of these things. He just going to be pushed back and forth like a ping pong ball. So maybe this is just ping pong ball policy. I what I think they ought to do with the facts deal is leave it alone. If facts comes nowhere near thirteen thousand jobs, they come nowhere near the incentives that they could have gotten. There's no reason to mess with the thing. Reopening the contract, however, gives FOX on the altar option of bailing out of Europe. The contract is up, and I don't see any point in doing that. But that would be in that I'm trying to analyze Iverson's is coming from on the basis of some logic. And. What I say I can't make heads or tails out of his policy. I really can't tell where he's coming from this. Let me get to the car chase skit problem in Milwaukee. We had another fatality after charge ace in Milwaukee over the weekend in this case. It was the person being chased. It's the third crash in ten days from one of these chases initially. There were indications that a lot of people were still running because they were not aware of the new policy in place in Milwaukee where we do, but we're reverse the policy of the former police chief, and we are now pursuing individuals who run that some people were running because they thought it was still the bad old days where we didn't chase. But the city is doing everything they even have billboards up saying, look if you run we're going to chase you, but they're still running. Why are they still reading? Well, I think they think they can get away. And I think they think even if the caught nobody's going to do anything to them. And that's the real part of the problem. Unless these chases and with a terrible crash. The people who run never really have anything doing done to them just for running. Let's suppose you're running because you got to warrants, and you've got drugs and gun in a car. Whatever they do to you. If you didn't run it's going to be about the same as if you're dead run. You're going to be nailed for the warrants, and you've got the guns and drugs in the car. You never get an additional five years because your ad so they figure it's a no lose run. Nobody runs if they have nothing to hide everybody that's running as running because something illegal is going on with their vehicle, and they just figure that the downside of running as lasts. Then pulling over and knowing I have no chance because they're going to catch me with all the goods. The worst thing that the city could do is stop chasing again. Because when you don't chase everyone Rudd's, even if they're not being chased you still have to run for those fierce, you blocks that you're not being changed. What needs to happen? And I have no optimism that it will happen because both parties in the state of Wisconsin. Art nowhere on this. We have got to stop. This though should've saying that we are going to come up with alternatives to incarceration for non violent crimes. Fleeing officer is a non violent crime, we've got to make the punishment harsher just for running. So that people are terrified of writing knowing that if they run for certain they're going to prison without regard to anything else they've done. The cost of leniency. And as you know, a lot of Republicans are falling into this leniency trap. You even have some of the Republicans jumping on the insane expunged bandwagon. Including some who want to know better. I thought Andre Jacques is one of the smarter. Republicans in the state Senate one of the committee conservatives that we now find out he's one of the wipe out the record and pretend that a criminal is not a criminal. And what are the point that? I'd like to add an I'd hold expunged thing. Because people who are in favor of things like expunge don't think things through. They think about the one step, and they never figured think about the Domino's. I think well, there are a lot of people especially African Americans who have criminal records, and if we expunge some of the criminal records, then they'll be able to get jobs, and that's a good thing, not a bad thing. And they'll say that to be Burke, don't you want people who are trying to get back on their feet to get jobs as if it were that simple. Here's the thing about this though. And put yourself at the other guy's shoes. Imagine you're an employer. And unlike today where you have no options, and if the person can breathe you're going to hire them you have a few options. But you check the person's criminal record. Even though you're not supposed to you find that. He's got a criminal record oil. You don't hire him. So now, let's suppose they expunge it. So it's not on there. And some of what to expunge first offense drunk driving. It's expunged. Now, the player knows that a lot of this stuff has been expunged checking the criminal record isn't going to help them. What do you think they do as a result? I think they're less likely to hire black people because they figured that. There may be a greater chance that an African American person is one of those people that have the record expunged. So who have you helped you've helped know what? But you've created a new level of discrimination in which individuals who do not have a criminal record and didn't have anything expunged lumped into the same group. And like, I said, there are a lot of Republicans that have drank the expunged Kool-Aid who ought to know better. Berta darling is drinking the Kool aid Audrey Jacques drinking. It just about every Republican to the state assembly is doing it. And it is a terrible terrible. Terrible idea. We live at a public society. If you do something wrong people have a right to know that you did something wrong. If you've turned your life around let that be record in and of itself, but to say that this isn't going to follow you around for the rest of your life. And pretend that it never happened creates all sorts of other consequences and at its core. There is a naval Tae out there with regard to people and their assessment of so many of these criminals that have a long record of so called nonviolent offenses. We're under the impression that they automatically because they sailed they'll never do it again are going to do it again. It's five forty three. I believe because that's the classes at new do. You think the bucks win tonight?.