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"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:09 min | Last week

"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Is not a job that gives you balance. It's the job that takes balance away. Tonight's game before we get out of here. Kevin durant across a decade super teams. This is the most mutated form. The super team has taken across this decade of that entire sport. Changing it's all threes. It's all team up with your friends. The entire sport is different than it was when lebron wade and bosch got together and the machine has birth this this atrocity this thing that's relentlessly interesting but filled with unlikable people a board member for saks. Fifth avenue. someone who thinks the earth is flat and someone who will not stop fighting with everyone on the internet and now two of those guys have gone down and stugotz. I love i really do the story arc on all of this stuff. Once upon a time kevin durant was the guy who quietly went to work and sign an extension in oklahoma city as that damn evil eagle maniacal lebron james and did a television ship. You did it the right way. Durant we love you. You did make a super team. You did it the hard way until it got too hard and then you did make hubert's even turned on youtube and that team was great and winning his heart and they made it look easier than lebron seeing. They made it look too easy. They made it. Lebron bought himself legacy because of how hard it was. It was too easy for kevin durant so he didn't get validation he leaves no. Tv show quietly goes to brooklyn lee new york. I'm not going to the next. I'm going to brooklyn you. Bring kyrie irving fellow weirdo and trade for james harden all season long. We've never seen anything like this. You don't need any one of them to be in the game. You will be good if any one of them misses. You will be one of the best teams in the league right now. Two of them are out. You're playing for your life against the defensive player of the year and a team that we all acknowledges better equipped for the playoffs than it has been and you're doing so at blake griffin and joe harris. And you've got to win a home game tonight. Because he's in a walking boot kyrie irvings in a walking boot and james harden just got upgraded. This got real fast because what you gave the title to them. A couple of games ago gave it to a couple of months ago and they blow out. They wouldn't by forty against milwaukee and now oh he looked behind him and where the reinforcement this this calls for you were calling for this in game. Four when he went whatever was nine hundred twenty six. Yeah this calls for a show me your great game with out a lot of help against the team that that's going to be very difficult to do against with. Pj tar bothering you in the length of the bucks bothering. But he can do it. Because he's that great of an offensive talent. he's that great of a basketball player. And i think that's what people are going to be glued you tonight. It's a great game it's to to the series is kinda backed. He should have like a lebron type game. It should be like thirty eight points. fifteen rebounds. Tennis says the to put the team on his back for night for a single night. That's what kevin durant has to do and he will find out. I think he can. Then it's crazy that we've already reached that standard with the rant as well. He's coming off an achilles injury right. We just assume that durant is durant but in some ways his minutes after be managed as well in theory. because he's coming off a major injury that we thought was going to record career. Billy what is this joy that has swept across your face. You just rub your hands together like a movie villain. I love it. I don't know what's going on. It seems like instagram have switched roles but it sounds like dan is saying. This is a legacy game tonight. Evan durango sugata saying that a big deal to to anything can happen but dan no. You're right legacy game. I and your may be a great until the next legacy game and You have a legacy to when they're not me. Yeah you can. You seem to say it did. I'm not saying all. I said it was an interesting game and you guys are so moved by that upgraded to legacy game. I just let it win. All i said was interesting. I didn't even call. It must win. I'll tell you what if he can get through jaanus and this box team which for the most part is healthy can get through this without james harden without kyrie irving. I might be willing to give him a ring. I'm willing to give. Maybe i'm thinking about it. Pondering that's incentive. That's only needs. Ed would you consider reinstating any of the rings. One and golden state. No those no no. He never gets this. Maybe possibly i'm considering. This is an incentive the bulletin board material big game. You're giving kevin durant if the pressure weren't high enough on him today. Stu gods maybe kind of sort of considering possibly giving him a ring in a personal record book that he will never actually right because he's too lazy correct. Okay you've been called out durant..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:04 min | Last week

"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Gentle word compared to fart tonight at all right lane. We'll check back in. Thank you good talking to. You can deny that. Put it on the poll. Guillermo is pet a kind gentle word for far. Who can deny that lebatardshow. I think the portland job is the only one that if you told me what. My tempt spoelstra out of here just because i don't totally know what his links are emotionally to portland. I don't know what his attachments are. His wife's attachments are to miami or where they want to raise new new family and kids but portland has been a place that has called him as someone who went to college there. And so i don't actually. I don't have any specifics here. Beyond knowing that he speaks of portland fondly he is father worked for the blazers. I believed so he has connections might even grown up around that organization so like he has real legitimate connections to portland which is why like this. Czar of basketball plus head coach would seemingly be appealing to him. It's something you can't be here. He's the videography who came up through the system and the organization is riley's until it's not but it would be his after riley leaves right like. Is it worth waiting around for. I don't know if riley's going to ever leave because he's been here for a long time. I don't know what the poll of this again. I have not talked to anybody. So i'm just speaking strictly of i've heard him talk emotionally about portland. I've never heard him talk that way about another city. And so that's my only the only link to it because it's right now it's just portland's interested in. It makes sense that portland be interested. I would think miami would be a hell of a lot more interested in getting disgruntled lillard here. Then having a than losing their coach to there. But i also do understand in this organization. That's made up of lifers and loyalists you either ride with riley. Or you're excommunicated like there's not the this. This organization is filled with people who have been here like eric's bolsters since he was a videographer. I would understand a young father at different time in his life. Saying you know what. I'd like to be in charge of my own thing. I'd like to make a go of it and other dangers in that right. Fidel learned the hard way there are. Dangers is dan. Learned it the hard working. But he's gotten chance after chance after chance at least juwan howard made a decision coming up through this pipeline to go home. Portland represents home does it. Not for for erik spoelstra. He went to college there and he was there briefly correct. He tried to play basketball. Yes yeah but what stan went through. Stan was a coach. Then he got control of everything in detroit and that didn't go well right for stand. So that's that's a different animal. I wouldn't leave riley. The guy that gets lebron. He gets chris bosh he gets jimmy butler. He gets into the nba finals. I wouldn't i wouldn't leave riley if i were him. Certainly not for portland but stan his burnishes reputation to the point where the detroit thing did not work out in a spectacular way and still the pelicans job because he's got a reputation and erik spoelstra has now become like the coaches coach like we talked earlier about comedians comedian. Like erik spoelstra. Now is the coaches coach. Everyone says no matter. What eric's sponsors getting the most out of any team that he has so i mean in some ways he doesn't have to prove that somewhere else he's got that reputation already but in terms of getting your own thing like the heat is always bigger than any one individual except for pat. riley. I'm looking at that job and saying okay. If something is going to tempt him that's what it would look like you've got star. It's a city that he likes. And you get an upgrade in your power you you become somebody who is. He does not run this organization. He is one of a handful of voices but he has to know that star is gonna stay that long term right because there have been rumors that the star might not be happy there anymore. So i don't know that. I don't think you have to know that. Actually because he's got three years either way if it's a calling from home and what wittingham just said is true. He's not gonna ruin himself. This'll be his second job and there will be a third for erik. Spoelstra wishes to continue down that path. And there's a failure there. Well dispose appetite to have more power. That's the essential question. What's the appetite to be out from under the parental organization. That you've been under for twenty years because you'd like to try something new because riley and arrison have been in charge for a long time and you just want to try something new again. i'm just throwing out hypothetical. They will say it again. I don't know anything here. But the reason i'm bringing up is because i'm like. Oh that's interesting. That's smart of portland. That's what i would be doing if i were portland. See if i could tempt him with more power more money. Hey do you wanna get out from under on that. Do you wanna you wanna be somebody who carves his own path. What's your family life story. Would you prefer their shootings all over miami these days. Would you prefer portland. That's the temptation. I think the power factors into it but he's ultimately eventually he'll have power somewhere. His father home is the temptation older father raising a new family and having found the perspective that he's been lopsided for a long time in basketball a arriving a level of success. He can choose his own thing. He can have something that more resembles adult balance in his life if he's capable of it as a coach because they become lopsided and becomes all about the coaching. But i don't know how much i've heard him speak of how much the perspective has changed with the kids. Would you rather raise young kids in portland or miami right now. Because i don't know the answer to that for him. But i would think that that would be a governing force for him. Whatever that is. I would think if you're pat riley One of the ways you keep spo is to tell him in private. I'm gonna give this three more years. You're still a young man. You're still in your forties mid forties. I think Stick it out here. We're gonna make it worth your while. You can't bank on that. Though i mean riley telling you that and then two and a half years from now he's like be he's gonna in that thrown perfectly groomed going going to stay there forever talking the entire time about how. He's thinking about his beach. Houses in malibu because greg was just trying to guess what's pollsters but it stunned you. That he's fifty years old isn't he does not look like a fifty year old man. That duty ages brilliant. I thought he was like forty five. Forty seven he told you during freedom that he's never gonna retire. If you're listening to him it was like i'm i'm not retiring and his wife will tell you he's been talking about this for fifteen years and about a house he's never gonna get to. I mean it's gets there. He gets more than he ever has. And he has seated more power to spoelstra then spoelstra has ever had but it's still working under riley and riley's older now and spoelstra hurdle things like i don't at this point. I'm not kidney kidneys. Stugotz what do you think about this. You and i looked up one day.

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"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:18 min | Last week

"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:37 min | Last week

"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And i say this with like i'm trying to say it with nuance pitting them against each other. But i've just gotten the impression that kevin hart for all of his success. There's something that is not envious and a poisonous way but just he wishes he had the freedom that chapell has chapelle. I don't mean it. As an indictment i just mean that your pal broke away from comedy. Central he goes to south africa africa. He's like. I don't like this commerce. The part of it that it doesn't seem like people understand that the show i'm doing is not white people laughing at black people. It's black people laughing. At the way white people laugh at black people and now minaret with comedy central and it's all white executives are giving me fifty million dollars. No i'm outta here. And then he's done it his way the rest of the way and it doesn't seem like he's got a boston the warriors what. I don't care who you are. What michael jordan was grazed baseball player left play baseball. Like you'll have rockstars wanna be rockstars. They wanna be athlete. Athletes least they won't be rockstars acted one be politicians in politics. Y b acts that they want you but see the level of success you become envious like it's almost like the grass is greener thing but i think there is a freedom in being unafraid to lose that i think or the thing about repeal that i that i just marble that is how patient he is is like watching my wind being made. He's very patient. He doesn't doesn't necessarily russ to the point. He enjoys the ride. Like is such vivid experience. I think kevin hart is more self deprecating and has a just a a warmer If you're talking about yourself as you know and you talked about your circumstances very insulated so is is very little chance that people are gonna gonna gonna find that offensive. A controversial in like dave view is so expensive. And he's so patient that you can't help belisce like I remember movies You go to this strange place with these people and you want us this thing But television sets much more. End radio intimate. That people have to strain to hear you like you have to be invited in like you can't get ready you can't they can't they're not gonna be in your proximity. Less was the button and say you come on the t the same way and i think that's how the quake they're they're kind of views of the world wants more intimate in what is kind of more expensive before we let you go here because that's interesting that you you see chapelle you watch chapelle as a comic the way somebody would watch lady on bell as a patient runner that he's not right that that he's just making like nobody does it that patiently. I'm i know you're laugh is coming. I'm going to do this the most confident way. There's not gonna be any insecurity in my rocket that i got but i don't think he necessarily has an expectation of lab. I don't think that he cares what the result is. I think he cares that he's sharp in his assessment of It's almost like watching like female golfers twenty almost beggar fallen asleep wounds way. Like that are ernie. Els like the way they way so lazy. but you know and it's a thing of beauty to watch when you see somebody who does everything you say you're supposed to do like from sports because it you're supposed to be declared he's supposed to take your time because relying it all up. The you rely on from a sports perspective that makes you quintessentially. Great is i think. Elementary would what those to do do but in their own endeavors from your sphere. When i say to you most fearless comic or mos confident comic. Are those the same person or those two different things not incompetence. Is the death milk near for comedian. I think if you're confident. I mean it's almost like If an athlete than at bird flies he's not ready And i think confidence of i think the people who faked confidence better than anybody fake confidence but the minute. United afraid to do something The minute that you're not Anxious about doing it means that you lazier. So i think i've seen probably the most competent human being or the our outwardly confident fearless. Human being. I've ever been around a nucleus formal. How did you experience his passing recently. Because there's at about it. But i think paul was a great comedian but not a war may wasn't or manso. You're saying something like that happens but You know it's not a and have had an appreciation for what he did and i had a surly sympathize to what it's pathetic to his family and his hands but he was. He was due to like like web but a hard deludes too. So you are excellent sir. Thank you for spending this time with us one more time. If you wanna tell the people out the door why it is that you wrote this book and why it is. They should pick it up. Thank you for the time. And let's do it again please. Because i find it but i wrote the book because i remember when wrong adams certain general at the time got on television toe black people and brown people gotta stop drinking smoking doing drugs. That's basically intimating that what would predispose to it. But at the time. Europe was locked down. It was a raging the world but here a government official actually got on td until black and people like thank you. Have you stop drinking. Not forget the whole country's addicted to. Opiates forget that everybody was smoking. And drinking a juliette. We delivered to your.

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"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:00 min | Last week

"hughley" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Don cheadle Chris and anthony anderson at all on the internet. Get phone with his private jet company. Say if you either you get him or we don't use you. Saw imagine all of us absent. Imagine all those things absent than we might be having a decidedly different outcome. And i think that's the prevalent. That is the most prevalent this disease and this pandemic is really no different than what happened. In nineteen in the spanish flu We die proportionally at the same rate and it was always our fault like almost everything that happens to us. It is always like is. I think that america has never seen a black person. died whatever. The circumstances be a pandemic hand lease but where they go they about themselves. I don't know how to follow that. Because i don't know i don't know i don't know how many people know the entire story right. You were one of the first comedians because man. we were talking to some depress comedians during the pandemic. We're telling us this might be. The death of comedy clubs might be sort of the death of comedy itself with cancel culture of lavender. You're one of the few guys to get out there early. Dangerously it goes disastrously. I mean out there. I and it's because you're an idiot or because you're desperate for laughs just trying to try to get back to normal you're trying to get back to money and but in everything you said. That is one hell of a phone. Call that got that private jet. Jesus christ in line to bully a private. That's real was to bully private jet into we will like four of them like we got schedule got kicked out all because i guess they saw every was on the news. They like this. They we gotta get out of the hotel. We have a reservation already on on american. That's what i fly in the navy like. We can't take a kobe patient and all the other lies saint so we thought we pry cripes for a private setting sending. They were didn't happen then collectively as a jet company that we generally use and they got on the phone with that company and said. Look if you don't fly again and then came but I think and i remember There was a a doctor in a black female doctor and she got coded and she knew she was trying to tell him to. Cd the therapeutic and she was recorded so and they didn't give it to her. she died. She knew she was going to so there was nothing she could do to avoid. The the only thing she could have done to avoid that is not being that circumstance she was accused was a medical professionals. She's a doctor. She knew it was going on. But i by the way that even if you look at what happened recently how With a soccer she decides for her own mental health. She's not going to plant french. Open and and piers. Morgan says oh she's just weaponising. The problem is that there's nothing that black people say that people believe that Wins has a blood lap. No she'll she can't get treatment because people don't believe her so. I think that that that. Betsy says something about who we are either. We have done all these things. Deserve it or america's doesn't incredibly monstrous states. You're making it very hard for me to transition into. I just want to ask you sort of the tmz question of who was calling. Who was on that line. Bullying that private jet company. Tmz dragged you tmz tang jew and it was like this was an uncomfortable moment for you publicly. You weren't trying to do anything bad. You're just trying to get back to laughing trying to get back to normal. You got so. It took what to get that flight in the air. Who made that call it was. It was a combination of george lopez. Said the chain of chris. Spencer avenue don cheadle they. They're like when we there's a company that we generally just huge and collectively they got on the phone and the next thing you know it'll be there in four and it wasn't but they have plastic everywhere like the your mother's couch deliver. I thought i was flying in my mother's but it was again. And then i got home like no car will pick me up and my wife big like security picked up a limo. Company picked up my security and my dog. My big advocated. It traveled with me so my wife picked up a dog but she had west again. It was like a being elaborate. I came home and it was like blast everywhere and everybody else episode. It gave me a lifetime to thing. And that's actually. When i started writing this book at that process and tell me about the process of writing the book. So it's not just all of that. It's this summer it somebody who wants to be a comedian with a voice that the nate's that echoes. It's not just all funny. Hey i've got a unique perspective. Yeah i've been one of the sm- small world you live in it is what is it. A hundred stand up comics like your friends. I couldn't believe i tell ya. Bill burr the other day. And it's the only place i've ever seen in be sensitive. Where he he looks out for all you guys because it's such a small world. The most crazy thing is passing out at add up. You know so. I'm i'm passed out in the hospital and passed out i'm in the hospital and surveillance atlano incites All these people are calling but the worst thing in the world is that comedians. Call you when you're not gonna like they don't you all right. It was the most horrible the ever. I'm like kinda low and now you guys. You made me bill lower. But i think that it's the way the kind of people process but it's it it was it was 'cause you away from everything i haven't been on a rope. A thirty years not been under my wife is like what are you thinking about what. How girlfriend you around your era. But i'm But it really it really just You have to find another outlet. Syndicated radio show from activated from the hospital began so it was were funny has to get out and i don't think the zone thing i got a virtual thing works plus i just kinda channeled into other things but calls you. Were getting in the hospital. Who gave it to you. Best like who was ads. Wanda sykes wanda sykes no question. Wanda well kevin hart. They wanted to size wanted sites Said i think you pass out because your hat type and you know what. I am on hat since then. I'm just saying. I don't think it's true. And then kevin hart. He's like a horrible horrible but he said he said you pass the because you own it you should use you. Remember that you will like it was just like in. This was like i was waiting for test results. i gotta like what would add up as a But i think it's just the way it's still. It's that whole gallows humor. Walk me through some of your relationships here because one of the things from the outside of kent know this to be so but it's enlisting to both of them talk. Kevin hart is hugely popular. He's monetize in a way that's overwhelming. He's the most i gotta throw the most financially successful of that group. Who's not maybe seinfeld. I don't know. I think maybe all time you have to look at like the dice. Clay's and eddy merckx with she in this Just zenith of a just profit in money and notoriety. So i think he he had to be a arguably one of the best one at that level One of the people that made us success on the level that we just rarely seen. I want i think kevin hart is probably one of the most likeable. He'll beings i've ever met and they're just a likable and off of that question. I wanted to ask. You is interviews. I have gotten the impression..

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Cynthia Shares Her Experience Living With Autism

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:27 min | 3 months ago

Cynthia Shares Her Experience Living With Autism

"Okay so cynthia tell me where did you grow up. Our grew up in garden grove california. What was the best thing about. Growing up there Same with my friends. All the friends that i had and on the pool. We'll just play all the time just playing playing playing all day every day. God i miss being child. Yeah the kids are now. We don't do that. We never like rauner phones or ipods. None of that. They play outside all the time. What what did what kind of games did you play outside. Jonesboro bean play tag mmc swimming pool. Break seen rod alive. Y'all scorers are hughley shoes. Remember those issues. Hey i got really. I wasn't allowed. My dad waters the humidity. We played dolls. do sleepovers. I mean kids nowadays is like wow this crazy. They're just like staring at rectangles in their hands. It just makes me wanna scream. Yes pretty sad. Like dang cynthia is the baby of the family. She grew up near her cousins and they were all really close. They played together. they had sleepovers. How did you feel about school when you were little like elementary school. It was fine. I mean it was like i was just the days. Were like our sold. It does. I don't like in elementary schools. Their own house. it was fine. I guess that's fine. Good while i'd always like i don't know like when i was little i was always like always in a good kid does like did you say kids. What do you mean. I was kind of a bully and the how lake which is always like always had friends and like. I don't know this weird puppies turned. She hit them. I wanted hate people out kids but like always like be friends with the people were the bullies. Like kind of. I guess like the kids you know. I think that's i. That's kind of a survival skill. In some ways. I think every kid goes into their a law school and junior high and high school so pretty much all through school growing up. What did you know about growing up. I really think i was too little to no but it was weird that everyone was kind of more not normal but lake was like though like was doing like the habits that i was doing so they all the kids weren't jumping up and down and doing their hands like to their to their chin or leg touching their face or rocking back and forth. So that's why. I thought it was a little different than other people other kids for example. She had this habit where she would Put her hands together. Squeeze them and then she would like put her hands together on a chin like pushing them towards her chin and we started noticing an actually interschool pictures that it started taking a toll We serve seeing her chin like couldn't get crooked because she was doing it. So much and like shoes would ask you know like yeah you know when my hands her my chin hurts and mike what am i supposed to just be like. Well just try to stop doing it. Ooh my mom round wave once they open the window and my girlfriend ran off and wasn't home so my mom's like oh my god like what am i going to do to have to call the cops. Because she can't be found so then. My mom was like crazy. Crazy looking through me dear number that that's the thing i don't things like that i don't remember but then my mom got me walking with an old woman. Right me yeah. She found walking back home with an old old woman in those woven was a. Hey this your daughter. Like she's been walking around the street and that's my mom's oh my god. We have to have some view like have home all the time. How old were you when you found out your artistic Also like twelve one nine found out told because they saw another kid doing the same habits but he was rocking back and forth and they asked. My mom solves like he awesome like. That's the same thing that i do. Sounds like oh. He has autism. He saw my mom like Told me that they had autism. Always about eleven or twelve hundred do really like knew that they had autism

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Game Review: Persona 5 Strikers

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

04:42 min | 3 months ago

Game Review: Persona 5 Strikers

"Per no. I been playing anything new this past week trying to so i finally took some time to start playing a persona five strikers which. I'm not sure if i ever mentioned it on the show proper but well this part. I'm sure i did. I'm a sucker for persona games and tim. Montgomery tennessee shocker. Everyone i know But strikers originally kind of didn't sit well with me because it was designed by omega force which i know it is the tecmo. Koei branch says hughley responsible for a lot of the musso tiles we come across part warriors teams and dynasty warriors skis and hyrule warriors game that kind of stuff and those games generally kinda into boring me over time because they don't derek. They don't differentiate enough between the actions of just mashed putting until you're done. So i was concerned that i wouldn't like personify strikers because there's going to be just more of the same in every attempt i made to get. These games always failed. But i'm happy to report. I've been enjoying persona fai strikers. Like it's the one. The narrative is still kind of their innocence. That you if you like personifies narrative this is a continuation of that game. So if you didn't play royal me You don't have to care You can move right into this game as sequel and the narrative continues on everyone's back together as the phantom fees chatting it up about stuff. Well they didn't choose to become these things happen. That caused them to have to do it again but all prisons again chatting with each other. Yes cool i wanna get like the social leagues and stuff like they used to because of course the game is more streamlined for action gameplay not an rpg but you still get the character interaction the dialogue and the hilarious moments that happened. I wish they'd stop picking on you so much. He's my boy man. My favorite of every every persona game everyone but four and five both had like three four and five had care essentially and i genuinely feel like june june. Pay still probably my top dog because he was so laid back but after him. I think ryuji legit was like john stupidity. Maybe if the cat jerker around so much he wouldn't make comments like he does. I love that. Like oh we're going to do this to save the world. Are we gonna do this. We gotta stop crime in regions like we're going to do this and pick up girls almost. He's the normal he's like the most average he's in group a teenager as the most like average teenager. And so like there's any opportunity like i'm like yeah. My character is going to hang out with reugee and try to pick up girls and of course they're going to fail and it's going to be funny but like i feel like this is the bonding experiences like the the teenagers need. You know i'm not gonna have them like okay now. I gotta go work out all right now. I gotta go to the doctor to get medicine. So that i can go to the next dungeon and no man. I wanted to be a teenager for a while. We'll we'll see what courses you're going to big bang burger on the weekend for saving the world on the weekend saving the world more like it's a great game. The combat is good. The characterizations are great. And the best part is that even the musto elements don't feel so bad because the combat heavily emphasizes exploiting enemy weaknesses like the ship. Montgomery tennessee is known for you. Have to still have decent using your personas though. There's a lot less personas now. So you're not as frustrated with choices anymore. You speeds now as long as you just kinda sort of pay attention to what you're doing you should be okay with your personas but i put it on hard mode because i'm that jerk and in fact whereas it personify i can play the whole game and never go to the store for items and armor. That's not gonna happen here. Because i got to a boss early the game who started mopping the floor with me and i was doing like two four damage per hit keeping in mind on pre was doing like thirty. It was like a nit-pick chip away damage. Bit like the boss. Before that i had one character survive it was panther fight against suck best and she sucky was strong against attacks so it was very frustrating. But i beat it to a grinding at it right. Yeah i have to finally start spending my money and i have to actually level personas and not. Just be like hey weaknesses. Careful fighter. I'll be good like no because sometimes the gain hasn't get by fire blasts off screen and you'll die because you have no armor hit

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interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

06:06 min | 4 months ago

interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson

"Kayla. Thanks so much for joining me. I know that you have huge demands on your time because your book has just exploded. Hasn't it yeah. I've been kind of astounded by iolanthe disapora in jeopardy seeing everywhere. I think it's you know. I was a little bit worried about coming out in the lockdown and it just i haven't had to have that worry at the moment it just feels like the supposed be really overwhelming and really. I'm really grateful now. I introduced you as a photographer and writer d. You now think that that's switched. Are you a writer. Perhaps with the bisa photography feel like. I've always been a writer. I and i think photography is has been another medium in which i can communicate and express like i've been writing since i can remember likelihood you're like four or five years old scribbler. Like really terrible. Shoot stories have l-. I think the the medium of photography really allows a visual element to come into my work and very much comes through in this book open water. There's a lot about you feel the sort of the poetry the visual the creativity. I mean those are major themes aren't they about about creativity. I think the the the starting point or for any saw them. Artistic expression is feeling and emotion. And then it's working is working from that once have the feeding emotion. I'm trying to express define the best medium for in this case. It was writing but the but the writing contained these elements. Are these references to music can to to visual artists than film which took the narrative elsewhere afforded a different dimension. I i. I would have been possible if i just like kind of ryan straight pros and of course if the two characters one is a dancer. One is a photographer like you. That will so you to kind of explore all of those teams much more than living it. Yeah there's i guess there's a I guess everyone has their that. Point is expression even if is like a professional level epic. Everyone is has something that they do to express themselves in. It was important for me to to have the these law autistic expressions index the title itself. Open water for me. It feels like you're talking about freedom there but you will set talking about the dangers that can lurk in a water. Yeah it some there. Was this idea of justice. Like real ruled in almost infinite freedom. You know when you you'll standing on a beach yukon see where who had the see and like the that kind of idea but not knowing what does look like what. Dangers are present in our in our every day. I think it was important for me to have these Protagonists to have. Like the kind of fullness wholeness like range in which they good light just be in. Just have this freedom by. I wanted to comment on what happens when you find that. Freedom interrupted without giving any of the plus away at this point. Yeah a lot of this is told through dialogue. Which i know is fiendishly difficult to achieve and then at one point you sort of depart from the traditional writing style the whole kind of you say she says tell me about that. Change of structure the About giving too much away the bat point in the story. The narrative has been a bill and bill bill and then reached this kind of the apex this peak in which the image i had to switch the structure slightly so that it was hughley the protagonist kind of like spilling in a way like it was. It's like feeling a competent. And the woods at that point had just spilled over and that's what began to emerge and not not lots of the narrative using the this second person who almost away fruit was really important for me to create this kind of very intimate as very intimate narrative in which the reader can beat by the burford. An audience member nossa the protagonists themselves at an. Did you write it like that from the start or were you fiddling about with with that structure. That was really attention from the beginning. I think i'm always wondering a novel could be like. I'm always astounded by different nobles. Come across the us. Full more structured as a narrative device that this would only serve to push an artist the book has described as absolutely nailing the black experience the london black experience when you were growing up with their books for you that spoke to that or are we only now. Seeing the emergence of of works that will speak to the next generation. Yeah i think when i was when i was growing up his voracious reader like i would just read anything i can get my hands on but there were specific which was speaking to that black british experience. Like our say. The mallory blackman might really An kind of like primary and early teen years and then later on as eighty smith but it was a real struggle to to kind of find tips. The the like i instantly recognized i could. I could understand kind of relate to to various fictional works especially from the over. The pond said like james baldwin and tony morrison writes slide. Those are really integral to save my reading and writing growing up the yet only the kind of feels like now. There's a slight pushing the direction in which the narratives that haven't been beginning to be by fitness way to

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"hughley" Discussed on The View

The View

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The View

"Okay, please check out his book front row at the You. Know Cheryl. We will be right back. What part of contracting the Corona Virus Surprised Comedian D. L. Hughley the most, and what's his take on Kenya's presidential run? He's joining hot topics next. He is one of our favorite Comedians D., l.. Hughley and he is recovering from a bout with a symptomatic corona virus, and it made headlines when he collapsed on stage. He's also written a brilliant book about race relations in America with the title that I can't say without being very happy that toddler. This book is surrender white people. Our unconditional terms for peace do Hubay Hey. We were talking about you a couple of weeks ago. first of all how you feel it. I'm wonderful. You know I was I was more concerned about my son. Oh contract in some of the people that I work with WHO contracted I'd really you know one of the things? was that I I was as dramatic, but you know I. I was dehydrated and I condition. Where you know a thickening hard at the bottom, so if I ever I'm dehydrated I actually. Knew that I was GONNA pass out. I just thought you know how you stay. After like best kind of get through it. But I couldn't. And then I thought well. If I gotta go, we'll be was on my love, so it was. It was very but I. Tell you what I learned a lot about. Myself I learned a lot about the corona virus and I learned a lot about Those disparities that they talk about where some people are disproportionately dying I can I actually got a chance I. mean nothing is more sobering than actually being in a Kobe unit. Mr Julio Black lives matter and the names of George Floyd, Brianna Taylor and Elijah McLean and so many others have been at the forefront of our recent conversations about inequality in the country this week. We've been talking about antisemitism as well. That was sparked by the Viacom CBS firing of Nick Cannon for his anti Semitic comments. He made. He has since issued an apology. We just wanted to know your take on what happened. I think that we learned a lot in that instance to think that we learned if. I it depends on what our goals are are going to make ourselves more better society one that can have open dialog, or is at one to be punitive. I think they would say was problematic, but I think one of the ways you you deal with somebody who says problematic things is to make them have to explain what they meant, and sometimes holding things up to the light of day. They crumble on the truth, but I think when I was a kid, there would mean being somebody would have a fight, and the teacher would make us apologize, but the reasons we fought were still the same and I think one of the things that's happened. if you have a bunch of caring, lose their job. Eventually you're going to have a nick loses their job and I think that doesn't make us a better society and it doesn't it doesn't. Doesn't take away what they feel. It takes away. Say so I think we've learned a lot about. What not to say, but we're not the field, and not to have dialogue. They've makes us better and understanding. Now. Your new book is fantastic. It's called surrender white people, our unconditional terms for peace, and in it you talk about reparations, which is something you know I talk about all the time on this show and outside of the show, and you offer a lot of options as to what can be done now in your view if we implement one of those options tomorrow. Where would you START I? Think all the descendants of slaves to be able to send their children to higher education because I think the education gap, you know obviously we've Kinda. We're in the second half of the game. Other people invest benefit and deserve the chance. I think that if we provided them, qualifications upgraded this schools and sent them. To Place Higher Education, be trade or being okay, so being any other kind of school. I think giving our children access to higher education, which is definitely what they need. I would change would change things immensely immediately. Now also I'm sure you know this that leaders in Asheville North Carolina a now. This week on Wednesday that they had voted unanimously to provide reparations in an apology for its role in slavery. What do you think of their plan? Because their plan, my understanding is not necessarily cash reparations, which is what people always think about, but they have a different type of plan. Well here's the thing we talk about this book I think that anybody who these conversations I you know, and obviously they're not gonNA. Nobody's going to get them done right away and to. Everybody says back then, but reparations have been given. Historically we gave revelations to people who lost chattel slave owners Qarase's Italian's got reparations during the during the. Industry Italians will give a referees for one hundred years later earlier and. Gotten reparation so this idea that we've never paid reparations. It is a misnomer but anybody who has a conversation about making something right after all these years we will keep them mementos of what we all, but not the rectification like we build statutes. Two men were only credit for getting a statute was being in horribly violent Like last time we've made a statue erected a statue. Somebody who didn't brutalized black cube was rocky and he'd beat the hell. Apollo creed so. So. Know you talk about Connie in the book. Due to his actions. You say he's he's an honorary white guy now. That's a strong statement. You couldn't have known that. You couldn't have known that close to press time. He would announce his run for president which we're not sure if he's in around at this point. What do you say about that? Could you envision a COGNAC PRESIDENCY? Oh my God. I don't think discernibly different than..

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"hughley" Discussed on The View

The View

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The View

"Back offering. Jonathan Karl was the accidental attendees of a campaign rally, Rose Garden the other day, and this is a man who's already seen plenty. Then he shares in his book front row at the unit. Who so actually says it's actual name, but you know I never don't. And he's right now the ABC News Chief White House correspondent. Jonathan Karl you. Title is so so hefty always want to get it right, but always mess it up Let's jump into some stuff. Right now, let's do some hot topics. Let's start by asking you about the recent press conference earlier this week that turned into a Rose Garden Con- campaign rally. Have you ever ever seen anything like this before? Are we just forgetting stuff? Well every time I I think I've seen it all and trust me. That's happened a lot of particularly during this this White House in this white. House something happens. This was this was unbelievable. There's an expression in politics be the idea of an incumbent president running for reelection, having a Rose Garden strategy, and what that means is the president instead of getting into the Messi -ness of the campaign does official pronouncements official business from the Rose Garden. Well this he brought the message of the campaign. Right into the Rose Garden. We were told we were going in for a press conference on announcement, related to China, and he went on for about an hour in basically version of his campaign rally speech. It was all over the map. I really have never seen first of all such blatant politics conducted out of the Rose Garden, but also such an all over the map speech. Well John President trump can't seem to get out of his own way, and I think Republicans are feeling it and getting a little nervous when he's supposed to be talking about China. which is what we were told he was talking about in the Rose Garden. He used the time to attack Joe in. Why do you think he doesn't have a cohesive message? And how frustrated are his aides by this? It's really interesting to me. Because he has a lot of arrows, he could be using, and they just seem to not be using them from for whatever reason. It's really baffling. I mean he always goes from the God. I mean this is a big theme of my book. He had an expression. You did an interview with Barbara Walters back in the eighties when he when I flirted with running for president, he was just like forty one years old, and Barbara's trying to get him to explain his strategy in his his goals, and what you want it accomplish, and he said No. It's like the prize fighters. When you go into the ring, you go with the punches. There's never much that is strategic with how he goes. He believes he can go by his gut. Yes, it frustrates his aides. They are certainly no longer surprised, and they're used to it. The people that are really frustrated as you mentioned, are Republicans Republicans in Congress. Who worried that things are getting so bad. That, he is so undisciplined on this that Republicans will suffer severe losses in the House further losses in the House and will lose control the Senate now have Senate races that look newly competitive just in places like Maine and Colorado but places like Georgia and maybe even Alabama Arizona North Carolina Republicans are really worried and very frustrated that the president is driving them off a cliff. John during his Rose Garden speech, president trump attacked vice president biden by saying that Biden wants to abolish the suburbs, and he also wanted to get rid of windows according to a recent Quinnipiac poll. The vice president is up by fifteen points. Is the campaign having a hard time making the case against him? They sure are, and that's not just an isolated Paul. I mean we've seen over the last couple of weeks. Polls showed him that pulled out fifteen another pole down fourteen or another pole down twelve. Nobody really shows him down any less than. Ten points does not look good that those are national polls. It doesn't look good in the key states and I think that they're having a very hard time. The president having a hard time trying to come up with an attack on Biden that will stick in the Rose Garden. He started saying. Where's hunter remember that that that phrase that he was using a while back, where's hunter and the campaign started tweeting out messages relating to that most Americans watch that and they say who's hunter. What what does that mean it doesn't. It doesn't hit anything. I was very revealing when he had his rally in Tulsa. The last rally. To see the kind of merchandise. Being sold outside. That's a key indicator with trump of where where the? Shirts they're wearing. What kind of signs of what kind of paraphernalia they have There was a lot of stuff attack Hillary Clinton still there were stuff attacking Barack. Obama there wasn't much that they had attacking Joe Biden. The the nickname. He's given him a sleepy Joe. It hasn't really caught on. Right and Won't also at one catch on his starting to sound like Humphrey Bogart in the caine mutiny, they. Where did they put the strawberries? The strawberries remember that movie Jonathan. Do it was a while ago. Yes, so let's talk about the corona virus because cases is surging across the country, and we are still hearing almost well. We are hearing silence from trump. He doesn't WANNA deal with except for his assistance that he's doing a fantastic job and it will be over very quickly. So are they still in some kind of magical thinking about over there and we'll anything make this administration face reality and wake up and try to help the situation or not well. It's extraordinary to watch his schedule as an indicator, the kind of events that he is doing so just in the last few days. We've seen him do events on sanctions against Venezuela on. On gang violence on infrastructure. He's got something today on regulations. He seems to be doing events on just about everything except for corona virus, and when he mentioned the pandemic, as he does sometimes at these events, because they're never really about one topic, it's almost always to talk about what a wonderful job the administration has done. To talk about how you've heard him. Say over and over again. We have all these stray job in testing. That's why we have cases because we're testing. People. So I don't sense a strategy coming out of the White House the coronavirus task force headed by the vice president is still meeting regularly. They do have those conference. Call with governors but you don't get a sense that there is a national strategy here besides. Urging the localities urging the governor's to reopen? Yeah. It's crazy so Jonathan. Hang on, we're going to go on..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"You might want to have the same last name. Hello, WHO's this? Link Level Land Florida. MIAMI. Would Bro. Is it acceptable, change, child, last name, but. Thank is made I. Share Span. Glad you got picked up. I actually had a ex wife and try to do that to me and I would like to use. Our government is okay with your. First name please. Sandra K.! At South, Carolina, and hardy. No, you've got you a nice country at. Tried to do that. So your boy and I think that's hey. Man I'll take another Mullativu anything like that. Your child's life or you and your child's life. I am I love my kids very much virgo editorial. Love our kids okay, take care of home. So what happens is he's had to do it legally, and then you blocked it. All she talks about Toronto witness. You've got a lawyer trying to do it, and then you know kind of piddly money out there you know they drop the whole thing. Okay well, thank you rub. So what's the moral of the story? Is it every case is different, though and you. There's no one-size-fits-all when it comes to family so I think whatever decision you make has to be in the best interest of your children, and not in your own selfish best interests, more stories y'all better. Stop Picking Y'all meet would like y'all rolling dice in the back of a moving Dan pickup trucks. Okay job better. Stop doing all right take care. Back, when you lay down with these when you laid out with people, do you think about spending the rest of Your Life Because you never know that I might give you a disease. You can't get rid of IT President I. Give you a baby I'll bet you might grow to love this person to be married to him the rest of your life either way. That's all forever this pick the right valve when you're dealing with these people. Okay, we got more coming up next with the breakfast club. The Breakfast Club. Putting everybody is Dj Envy Angela Ye shall I mean the Guy We oughta breakfast club. You got a special guest on the line friends at. D. L. Hughley welcome saw a man I'm glad. made it I'm glad to all right. I! Left the House I don't know about you now. What you know here's the thing I I go to work and I come back, 'cause we're doing the TV show and the radio shows I'm the only dude I know it would build a said during the middle of Corona ride, but yes we. We go to work every day. Have now of course work with my daughter. I haven't heard carrot. Really remind you know. What what causes you take you put a mask on yeah man love. Oh thing except when I'm broadcasting. Then I've been don't but I. didn't that or shooting other than that? We we just kind of I. Think I I I'm really sad. Because even though you see the depth going up this dry and I understand because you out of your, your answer can't just be everybody staying home, but It's just sad that the fact that is the people who are dying that the American the American population not uncomfortable with old people. And Black people or people? Yeah, they don't. I mean you know what the one thing we will never run out. As four Black People Brown people at bigger, they were expendable. You crazy. We had the same thought because I. said that I saw you know instagram and he literally like I might oppose it seconds after, but I said you know America's economy is an Omelette. And poor people in black and brown eggs, and they don't mind breaking a few eggs make that Goddamn The one thing they'll never run out of his poor black and Brown people. That's the one thing we have an old people like. If you look at WHO's CA- coming down the diseases, primarily people in prison, people who work in meatpacking, pre plans, always in close proximity, old people, and black and Brown. People and America's like man. Why should I not have a mall open? Because the undesirable, the people that we have to figure out where warehouse are dying and I think. It's really America's real life at native select number of their perch. WHO. Who Do you trust? And who do you listen to when it comes to what's going on during this pandemic? Because I was watching your show and I was watching you talk about Dr Faouzi talk about, Donald, trump and basically Dr Faouzi is a CO defendant. Right for for Donald Trump because he's not stepping in Alternately bit that you know the kind of people who listen to that man, and he needs to be challenged directly, and I think when when a man like that tells you. The de I of I didn't mind him. Saying you know then injecting disinfect because the trump admit bleaches perfect, but it trump people trump supporters because they worked great on white in color. But but when that man, when when he went in there when he made that particular day, but look at all the statements that took flight that he later on went on other avenues, and then tried to correct as opposed to doing it right there, the Ot took was not an administration. The oath he took was to to do no harm, and he does harm when he sits there, and he let those things happen and we would. He wanted to avoid. What's him an being silent and he has been and I. Think it's just cowardice I think you adopt. Income somebody. Would happen to the the the other disease that he touted the other a drug that he touted if Audrey coin or whatever the. Clan Queens. If you spend the last few weeks listened to listening to the president. Look how many people would be dead literally? Just let me tell. You can't meet a greatest nation in the world when you can't listen to your leader when they go. And there and say it, and you and you and you accomplish. Just let it happen. It's it's insane to me and I think that. He has been able to manipulate You Know Senators and congressmen, and now the medical staff and I think it's the America's veterans now. What do you think about Joe Biden right now? Because right now is either Joe Biden Donald from WH. What are your thoughts about it? I can't wait to vote for Joe Biden. I am going to wait I don't know I wouldn't risk my life. Going to the mall, but I would vote for that, but Joe Biden I'm telling you and this whole tower read thing, and whether he did what she said America in four years ago, three or four years ago, decided this sexual assault was not a three, the that sexual assault was not you. You could not be excluded from the presidency, but being sexual assaulter. They already said already you grab all you want. You can do whatever you want, We okay about that, so I don't care about it now. If you didn't care about it, then let's not make that. That a prerequisite for being the president right now, and I think ultimately. If you look what American needs more than anything else, there's somebody who pays attention to science and more than anything else. They need somebody who empathic somebody who gives a if people are dying now. One time this do said I'm sorry now. One of his old tells us open to take corona, but nothing nothing not one modem of of sympathy or listen in America right now before we're done with this conversation, thousands of people would be dead, and this nation doesn't look like it's morning at all. At all and I, I agree I. Agree with you deal, but I don't think none of them can and the reason. I don't think none of them can because at the end of the day. All of them care about the bottom line, which is the economy now how they present, it may be different. Some of them might be straight up. Like a! Going die. Others might be like that's wrong was happening, but you know what. Let's reopen. But that's not what's different than like literally I've care about the, but I know things got to get back to we. We have that this is unsustainable to have people, warehouse or shelves in at home, but ultimately you have to have people when you add to leave people. You've got to at least care about it all right? No, you I mean like you know that. That if you take a drug it even if you give back out or you take you give you issue a drug it it for some people that drug may maybe detrimental..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"To officers can make it very very difficult to identify investigate or discipline. officers who engaged in misconduct. And we can do things at the local level, not just as a as a matter of law ordinances, but as a matter of police agency policy building police culture around peer intervention the way the new, Orleans Police Department has with its epoch program. Ethical policing is courageous. Is. Should be a no brainer. A first step for agencies across the country. A lot of what people complain about with policing is just in the day to day interactions the way police treat communities of color the way police treat black people the way police treat a lot of poor a white communities as well you know, and you I've seen some of these communities of Said No, we agree with defunding the police. We agree because we have felt the brunt of this so. What do you think could be done to improve the accountability? That police feel towards their communities at risk of sounding like a broken record. I think it has to be baked into culture. Just having a new policy or new training is not going to be enough. I think we can change that social and legal framework, but even that I think is is not going to be enough without that cultural change. The, maybe the bigger thing here is figuring out. Where we have over overused police, because one of the plants that I'm sure you've heard it. We don't just have complaints of over police in marginalized communities, we also at the same time. We have complaints of underplays. Tops or focusing on drug crimes in they're stopping everybody, but they're not paying any attention to the robberies. The auto thefts right. That's because the police. At least in those communities are not actually responding to what the community cares about. That's of basic failure, democratic institutions, and unfortunately a lot of the insular nature of releasing a lot of that adversarial versus dominant holiday makes it very easy to rejects criticism or a ignore calls for reform. Well I. Think what you're saying is. is tough for a lot of people to hear because it means the problem is a lot bigger than they'd like to admit, but at the same time that's true for many issues you know looking at it through the lens of society, figuring out what police are doing on behalf of society, and then going from there Professor Stanton. Thank you so much for joining us on the show and. Stay safe out there. Thank you for having me. I appreciate that. Thanks so much for that. Seth, after the break I'll be speaking to D. L. Hughley about his brand new book surrender white people. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show. My next guest is comedian and radio host D. L. Hughley earlier. We spoke about what it was like testing positive for Covid nineteen and his new book surrender white people, which is available for preorder now. Welcome to the daily social distancing show. Thank you man? I wish I I wish I had. A little, more socially distant Muslim Yemen let's talk about that. I mean this was one of the scariest videos of seeing because I. See you perform performing onstage in Zanies, Nashville. The next thing I see deal Hughley like fainted on stage of Pasta. People are carrying him off. The stage I was thinking in that moment, did you? Did you know what was like, did you? Did you feel it happening? Did you wake up in the hospital? Non New I knew what was happening. I didn't know that I would pass up. I felt saying before I went onstage and I was. Trying to tell Beaumont opening act to extend a little longer so I could get it together, but I guess they didn't hear me bought me on They bought states, but I was awake the whole time. Ask Alvin we go to the hospital where they tell me on the hydrated electrolytes loans. Tell me I'm exhausted. They tested for a you. They had a battery of just like all the time of day. Right over positive for Cobra which was? Most understand how because I didn't have any. Any of the classic symptoms that you know they ascribe to Colo.. No, you know flu like symptoms, no call from the nose, shortness of breath, no loss of taste but I lost consciousness. I guess. My Kid. Not a good thing, no matter what, so I guess. That was. One of the. And, then it was funny, because when I got back to the old fail when I got I had been before. I got back to the hotel and the hotel was like now. We want you to lease so the. Black adder, but not in the lobby. They don't matter. But deal here unlike on the real, but like I wouldn't I wouldn't ask anyone. I wouldn't say this to anyone else, but like I. Keep It real with you. Why are you out doing shows when the corona virus? Exactly. Literally at. The Ella! chaired the gay mass. And then you know obviously, I missed it. I I got really sick in January. And I and I thought that I'd had. It is a matter of fact. I was supposed to test the antibodies this week, so I really assumed that it would be cooling and I was obviously wrong, so I think. You, I just blew it. Have made them stay. You know I understand maybe where you're coming from I. is this invisible thing? Everyone's like? Maybe maybe not. The government doesn't tell us. We don't know anything, but like would you. What would you say to somebody who thinks like you angles like man? I'm just going back to live my life as usual. I think now I would say to one I think that everybody needs to be test. Everybody because I had no idea what was happening I had no idea what was going on. And the other and I think that's primarily because we don't have like a uniform where I live decided different than why performed detect could never have armed in Los Angeles. because we not open for that, but the GIG was. At a gig in Texas a Gig in Nashville, so what I had to do is go to states where they clearly don't give a damn about their people to..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"To officers can make it very very difficult to identify investigate or discipline. officers who engaged in misconduct. And we can do things at the local level, not just as a as a matter of law ordinances, but as a matter of police agency policy building police culture around peer intervention the way the new, Orleans Police Department has with its epoch program. Ethical policing is courageous. Is. Should be a no brainer. A first step for agencies across the country. A lot of what people complain about with policing is just in the day to day interactions the way police treat communities of color the way police treat black people the way police treat a lot of poor a white communities as well you know, and you I've seen some of these communities of Said No, we agree with defunding the police. We agree because we have felt the brunt of this so. What do you think could be done to improve the accountability? That police feel towards their communities at risk of sounding like a broken record. I think it has to be baked into culture. Just having a new policy or new training is not going to be enough. I think we can change that social and legal framework, but even that I think is is not going to be enough without that cultural change. The, maybe the bigger thing here is figuring out. Where we have over overused police, because one of the plants that I'm sure you've heard it. We don't just have complaints of over police in marginalized communities, we also at the same time. We have complaints of underplays. Tops or focusing on drug crimes in they're stopping everybody, but they're not paying any attention to the robberies. The auto thefts right. That's because the police. At least in those communities are not actually responding to what the community cares about. That's of basic failure, democratic institutions, and unfortunately a lot of the insular nature of releasing a lot of that adversarial versus dominant holiday makes it very easy to rejects criticism or a ignore calls for reform. Well I. Think what you're saying is. is tough for a lot of people to hear because it means the problem is a lot bigger than they'd like to admit, but at the same time that's true for many issues you know looking at it through the lens of society, figuring out what police are doing on behalf of society, and then going from there Professor Stanton. Thank you so much for joining us on the show and. Stay safe out there. Thank you for having me. I appreciate that. Thanks so much for that. Seth, after the break I'll be speaking to D. L. Hughley about his brand new book surrender white people. Welcome back to the daily social distancing show. My next guest is comedian and radio host D. L. Hughley earlier. We spoke about what it was like testing positive for Covid nineteen and his new book surrender white people, which is available for preorder now. Welcome to the daily social distancing show. Thank you man? I wish I I wish I had. A little, more socially distant Muslim Yemen let's talk about that. I mean this was one of the scariest videos of seeing because I. See you perform performing onstage in Zanies, Nashville. The next thing I see deal Hughley like fainted on stage of Pasta. People are carrying him off. The stage I was thinking in that moment, did you? Did you know what was like, did you? Did you feel it happening? Did you wake up in the hospital? Non New I knew what was happening. I didn't know that I would pass up. I felt saying before I went onstage and I was. Trying to tell Beaumont opening act to extend a little longer so I could get it together, but I guess they didn't hear me bought me on They bought states, but I was awake the whole time. Ask Alvin we go to the hospital where they tell me on the hydrated electrolytes loans. Tell me I'm exhausted. They tested for a you. They had a battery of just like all the time of day. Right over positive for Cobra which was? Most understand how because I didn't have any. Any of the classic symptoms that you know they ascribe to Colo.. No, you know flu like symptoms, no call from the nose, shortness of breath, no loss of taste but I lost consciousness. I guess. My Kid. Not a good thing, no matter what, so I guess. That was. One of the. And, then it was funny, because when I got back to the old fail when I got I had been before. I got back to the hotel and the hotel was like now. We want you to lease so the. Black adder, but not in the lobby. They don't matter. But deal here unlike on the real, but like I wouldn't I wouldn't ask anyone. I wouldn't say this to anyone else, but like I. Keep It real with you. Why are you out doing shows when the corona virus? Exactly. Literally at. The Ella! chaired the gay mass. And then you know obviously, I missed it. I I got really sick in January. And I and I thought that I'd had. It is a matter of fact. I was supposed to test the antibodies this week, so I really assumed that it would be cooling and I was obviously wrong, so I think. You, I just blew it. Have made them stay. You know I understand maybe where you're coming from I. is this invisible thing? Everyone's like? Maybe maybe not. The government doesn't tell us. We don't know anything, but like would you. What would you say to somebody who thinks like you angles like man? I'm just going back to live my life as usual. I think now I would say to one I think that everybody needs to be test. Everybody because I had no idea what was happening I had no idea what was going on. And the other and I think that's primarily because we don't have like a uniform where I live decided different than why performed detect could never have armed in Los Angeles. because we not open for that, but the GIG was. At a gig in Texas a Gig in Nashville, so what I had to do is go to states where they clearly don't give a damn about their people to..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Everybody welcome to another episode of the daily social distancing show I'm Trevor Noah and it is now week. Five of the George Floyd protests against police brutality and month four of being stuck in my apartment, recording the show now New York. City, is actually in phase two of reopening, which means that many people can go back to their offices. However I am not yet going back to my office. Because that's exactly what corona virus thinks, I'm going to go. To beat the virus. You gotta think like the virus. Anyway on tonight's episode we speak to former police investigator, seth stauton about what policing can do to change its image, and the way they act in America L. Hughley is also on the show to talk about his new book and passing out on stage. We'll learn what it's like to be black in corporate America. But first, let's catch up on. Today's headlines Welcome to the daily social distancing show. From Trevor's couch in New York City to your couch somewhere in the world. This is the daily social distancing show with Trevor Noah. Here's A. Let's kick things off with immigration. It's the reason food has flavor. And how the president's met sixty six percents of his wives. When Donald, trump rife office, his platform was that he opposed illegal immigration, and I want people to come into the country, but I wanted to come in legally. That's right big guy. But after taking office, trump began restricting legal immigration to and now thanks to corona. It looks like he's taking it all the way tonight. A new round of immigration restrictions from the White House President Trump has signed an executive order blocking entry into the United States for at least four types of visas including the H. One B. Visa high skilled workers. They're going to press. Pause on. Visas for foreign workers coming into the United, states because of the high unemployment rate in the United States say senior administration officials saying they want to see an America first economic recovery that starts with Americans. That's right folks for the time. Being immigration into America is basically shut down. which is not just GonNa hurt new immigrants. It's going to hurt a lot of Americans, too. Because as a major study concluded long run, economic growth in America would be considerably dimmed without the contributions of high skilled immigrants I mean. Let's be honest. If you actually want to save American jobs then you should build a wall to stop robots. But good luck with that. Because if you've seen movies, you know that robots are unstoppable killing sheets. And as an emigrant, personally I'm torn by the story you know because on the one hand I think this is yet another example of this administration xenophobia. On the other hand. It gives me the perfect excuse to not let my African cousin come crush on my couch. Yes, sorry sees where you can't come. Stay with me from said you can't come in how, but trevor I'm just at tourist. This doesn't affect me but I just I. Don't WanNa. Take any chances you know I. Don't WanNa I. DON'T WANNA. Make trump angry. What what did you know? What is he not anger now? Moving onto technology news when the coronavirus pandemic began, a lot of Americans hoped that they'd be a way to use smart devices to automatically alert people if they had been in contact with anyone who tested positive for the virus. You know it would be the ultimate fusion of high. Tech and public health. Well we're not getting that. But we are getting this apple watches will soon be able to tell a user if they're washing their hands long enough to prevent the spread of cove, nineteen and other illnesses, apple says in the newest update, and I'll let you know how long you're washing your hands at all. Set a countdown for twenty seconds, which is how long the CDC recommends, we should all wash our hands The Watch will vibrate when the twenty seconds are complete, the watch will use motion to detect handwashing and then use audio to confirm it by listening for running water or the wishing of soap just when I thought apples best days behind them. They come up with this because I am sick and tired of singing. Happy Birthday every time I wash my hands mainly because it makes me hungry for birthday cake, so then I eat a birthday cake icing on my hands, which means I gotta go wash my hands again which makes me want more birthday cake, and now I have diabetes. I will say one thing that concerns me is how the Apple Watch is supposed to detect that you're washing your hands. And I mean it's gonNA use hand washing motions and squishing sounds. Seems like a lot of teenage boys are going to get interrupted all day long. Also Evil Villains are going to hate this new Apple Watch, and that's how we finally destroyed the world. A fifteen more seconds. Off..

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"hughley" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:16 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on AP News

"Comedian DL Hughley test positive for covert 19 after fainting on stage during a show Saturday night at zanies comedy club in Nashville Tennessee in video on social media DL Hughley is sitting on a stool slurs his words slumps over one of his people rushes on stage the comedian collapses to the floor is carried away the audience you know the video not wearing masks after leaving the hospital he posts on Twitter tweeting for extreme exhaustion and dehydration which I was very dehydrated but it turns out they ran a battery of tests and I also tested positive for covert 19 which blew me away the CDC says fatigue is a symptom of the corona virus and that you can have just one symptom and still have code they also say wear a mask in public and maintain social distance Julie Walker New York

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Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage

"Comedian DL Hughley test positive for covert nineteen after fainting on stage during a show Saturday night at zanies comedy club in Nashville Tennessee in video on social media DL Hughley is sitting on a stool slurs his words slumps over one of his people rushes on stage the comedian collapses to the floor is carried away the audience you know the video not wearing masks after leaving the hospital he posts on Twitter tweeting for extreme exhaustion and dehydration which I was very dehydrated but it turns out they ran a battery of tests and I also tested positive for covert nineteen which blew me away the CDC says fatigue is a symptom of the corona virus and that you can have just one symptom and still have code they also say wear a mask in public and maintain social distance Julie Walker New York

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"hughley" Discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

The Podcast Engineering Show

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

"I'M GONNA slaughter his type he works for he works for them and he designed that package and I I remember seeing on instagram when he went through. He went through security at an airport with and he goes well, let's see how this goes. and. Apparently, he made it through TSA did not. Pick that up but yeah, it's a cool package. That is cool. So but you said you're using a different one. Now what I'm trying something out just today you know similar to you may or may not have a conversation with someone from Se. So use microphones reached out to me, and they want to try this product, it's gain booster, but it's not linear. So I honestly haven't had a chance to listen to it myself. This is this is just put an untested gear on the air here. But it's called a launcher. Very similar. Similar concept. I'll let you tell me what you think of and I I was actually going to send it to you. See if you wanted to give it a, give it a test for me. Okay. Yeah. In after I obviously produce this post I'll I'll know. Well without an AB test it's hard to distinguish. Yeah. Well, I'll send it over to you and and let you give it a shot and then you can send it back to me. Then you know we can give them a little report. Okay and how do you spell? US. It's S., Y. Jozy. Dude I. Guess Right Oh my God. I literally typed it in like five minutes ago when you mentioned it. Yeah. That's a good guess I'm I hope I'm saying that correctly. I believe they're eight. Believe they're a Russian company so I could be saying that wrong but it's a it's an analog device and their whole thing is it's not linear. We're going to color your sound that's that's really their whole spiel for it. You know because Mike's have gotten pretty sterile these days and they're they're microphone company and they they're more in the music business then in the podcast business. So I met them at a show and they insisted on sending me one to try out and here's trying it out. Cool. All right. Well, you know what if? If you after we're done recording this episode, if you WanNa just record like twenty seconds with it and then twenty seconds without it. Sure and send me then all actually be able to listen to both and try to see if I can. Hear the coloration or whatever. Can do anyway and we don't have to do it today, but I'm just saying that. Could do. Okay. So the Soyuz launcher and okay, and is it the same form factor as the DM? One kind? No, it's more the form factor of. Cloud lifter..

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"hughley" Discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

The Podcast Engineering Show

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

"Starts July seventh twenty twenty and the one after that starts in September twenty twenty and So today we have the man Dan H- Yooglie he's the marketing manager Focus Right he's an audio engineer and Producer yes. Graduate of the Musicians Institute, he hosts the focus right pro podcast. That's right by the way and focus right if you're if that name rings a bell but might not focus. Right is an audio company that's been around for many years. They make all kinds of great stuff including the very popular focus, right scarlet interfaces like the to I to. Gen, three all that stuff. So and so he hosts the focus right pro podcast, which mostly you talk about music production on that one, right Dan. Yeah. You know that's focused. Right pro is the audio over Ip brand. So it's a lot of a bigger installations touring sound Mostly we talk we talked a lot of thought leaders in that space. So I get to talk to educators and executives and. Engineers, it's. It's a pretty great show to host because. I've. Recently, been able to speak with magazine editors as well. Three Different magazine editors that I just got to sit down with. Some of the Executive Board from the Audio Engineering Society which was really a great a great time. I get to talk to a lot of really great people that's awesome and by the way, the focus right pro podcast is the post production and editing is done by Brian and swinger. PODCASTS engineering school graduate. Graduates. And what a nice guy too let's let's give around applause for Bryan. Bryan Great Job Man Brian's companies called top tier audio go to his website. He makes a bunch of cool videos. He uses Hindenburg journalists pro as well. So if you're a Hindenburg guy, you gotTa Find Brian and And watch his videos on Hindenburg makes a bunch of great videos you really do and I'm embarrassed that I just found that out that. He's the guy behind all those great tutorials because I'm sure we'll get into this in a minute but I I want to love Hindenburg but coming from pro tools I I don't understand Hindenburg for the most part, right? Well, we will talk about that I. I had a similar reaction myself. So we'll talk about that. But you Dan Hugely are also the executive producer of one of the greatest podcast. Of Recent Times. It's The Johnny podcast podcast and I want to tell everyone if you're listening to this and you are not subscribed to the Johnny podcast podcast..

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How To Spend A Billion Dollars - Tama Churchouse

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:21 min | 1 year ago

How To Spend A Billion Dollars - Tama Churchouse

"Some on the Internet right now on the fence. Anybody else self old abroad so roque more valuable actually doors and tells them a little bit about Eos vase say and what its role is rigged up so throughout the token sale The two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen in just over full bay and revenue had a billion of that was airmont towards in supporting companies that building on or using your CEO. And that's pretty much it We have a number of putting the funds Galaxy Sandra Sandra in the US and a few others the main core of that managed by a team of home led by founder and we offer it really as a traditional sie That's pretty much good really looking for looking good companies US way in the thank you for making no symbols driver who didn't have to God it too much data on some of these quotas Atlanta Ansah. So I appreciate that sometimes takes time but some father wherever you invested. Have you found that. There's been a theme you with the investments leading up to now. Yeah I mean for the last twelve months It's really been dominated by the gaming space kind a- are you know upon funds and kind of the whole ecosystem. It's mainly been I would say the biggest sector within blockchain as it were is the gaming space And that's where he driven by the NFC side of things and we think it's a very low hanging piece of fruit in terms of You know the first wrote in Batticaloa it's GonNa get shifted by blockchain. So that's number one. The second really something to look in now is more supply. Why Shame Logistics Boring but you know what these existing businesses that can be appended pretty quickly? So that's kind of what we're looking at absolutely speaking with somebody not too long ago. It was speaking about Tom. Perishables like setting made from say Australia and Japan stop supports our Indonesia all of a sudden that you know the Fraser shops taboo this insight we send a frozen this sense I will. We didn't get a frozen WHO's to blame and housing work ways around that and that's the whole as you say very boring. A massive industry could use a little bit of help there as well so I understand that but the Guy Ming saw it. Do you think it's being the blockchain business working well the guy with the first into bitcoin and crypto assets and they're much more openly about you'd watch it or just Hughley from business plan the blockchain's haunts back of the business. So I mean if you look at the early iteration of and you're absolutely right as the game is one of the biggest parts of the early ecosystem you mentioned Brooke for example Brendan the CEO of one as well as a big long history history. In gaming the way we look at it is the first iteration on watching games. Were really very very simple. You look at today's Ace. Whatever they are and these are real kind of fuel outright blockchain games? They had that time. In my opinion I think what we're looking for now as a company like Mexico Games okay. That's a traditional AAA games. Judy I mean there's four four x judo heads I mean these guys have produced teams like club. She old from activision guys. And so that's really NUNTII. Five percent a traditional triple eight gaming studio but that extra five percent the unlocking with blockchain. NFC's and the ability own trade your own digital assets and that peace could have unlocked huge market before we not been able to play and we told them AAA the writing. Yes well in a sense I mean triple eight means talk what you expect to play on your xbox that kind of triple instead of the smaller adapt that we see now which maybe don't add. Fiddling little things have not yet a humongous massive revenue-generating new generating massive uses massive audiences. Like doesn't say call Judy exactly. And we'll a lot of these projects that you're investing being in but I'm asking you this because I love the skinny on this you were in the depths of it will issue. There are entitled to the same buying new sold or skin for the guy. I'm not so the thing is I mean that's a great question and it's a huge on something I try and keep it very few it is I mean getting to to mock it with the ability for players to actually extract value the whole point about blockchain digital assets is for the first time in a game you have ownership like property when you think about it. That's the title Property Property Rights then you've got markets and then and you have value transacted value. You're GONNA need at some stage and starts and where the cryptic token ends. It's a big big question. There's a lot of antimony neutering Kyi seat. I think any any game launches in developed market. It will need to compete. Consider those very very carefully if it's a simple straightforward. That doesn't really exist such as fashion. You you gotta get paid in L. Soul. Make your money in theory or whatever it is is less of an issue but for those games yes I mean that. KYC aml melting is going to be considered. Yeah makes sense. Actually we think about the the profiles of Playa Rod that profile the play as it goes through the ranks. It's GonNa be a cold early to there's going to be something that it's this artist. Shoot so I understand that saw. It's your character that you're gone or it's your soul. It makes Mike Sense to me an arm. Somebody not deeply entrenched in the technology on the trader speculate educated. But that's what I do in this so yeah it makes perfect sense. It's good that you say that because a lot of people just start on this step especially from traditional finance. They didn't understand like why would she. You pay a thousand dollars your character to have Louis Vitton Tom back. It doesn't make sense. It's like well you pay for your wife's one so you know just because it's in real life it's the same things apply. The same vanities apply so one loss longer. So I mean it's it's getting people to understand that and broaching does allows you to have limply in game sneakers or whatever it is so the wolves absolutely shifting in that direction. It's you know you can understand that thankfully very smile. So what else investing in the space. I can't imagine that you've execute all the funds yet. Imagine a lot of law a good ten things. I'd say let's talk. Let's hope told months from now as despite the falls ask me say. We'll regulation as businesses actually bringing products to the the mock rather hitting the road. Clients uses actually using things that have been created. Obviously we no longer markets. All of these projects are going to file ninety percent of businesses businesses and startups file. anyways too dissimilar to what we GONNA say. What do you think's going to be the next thing? Twelve months with the Progression Charlie as we say it so what I'm still waiting to see is that is a big existing business to effectively reinvent themselves by putting some part of that process on blockchain and that's kind of because it has the potential told to open so many doors allows the things that you couldn't do before but I've not seen enough cases of twenty twenty billion logistics company or social media. Come or any major company saying look now but Chris we implemented this. We're GONNA get an signings. Multiple that skyrocket. So whatever it is I haven't seen that and I think I'm hoping to see that. In the next twelve months as this space Mitchell's I'm I'm from a investment one of you. That's what we look for as well you know you know. We're a CRYPTO conference have been looking at blockchain companies but you blockchain venture well beyond what you'd call a blockchain company is any company that uses blockchain at all to reinvent invent or improve substantially any part of the business process for less time. And it's just not enough companies that we find them effectively actively And that's the challenge for the next twelve

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"hughley" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"hughley" Discussed on KCRW

"DL Hughley has talked about how in the comic world that was well known that he was doing nothing new podcaster bill Cosby's long history targeting women and some good news it may be good bye to those junior high physical fitness test chin up the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying the democratic presidential candidates are moving on to New Hampshire without knowing which of them should be celebrating a victory in Iowa their campaigns have been informed that the majority of the results from last night's caucuses won't be released for two more hours whoever the candidates including their people to judge you're putting their own spin on how they fared the hope the propelled me into this campaign is vindicated everyday was vindicated in a big way last night when we had a chance to quiet those questions of whether we belong to in this effort in the first place the delay stems from an epic break down and I was system of precincts reporting party use a new smartphone app that it says worked in collecting the data but when it came time to convey that data to the Iowa Democratic Party the coding issue led to it reporting only partial information well the maker of that app shadow ink is now apologizing in a tweet today the company expresses regret for the delay in reporting in the uncertainty it has caused the campaigns in the caucus participants the whole matter is a red flag for third in line Nevada which is about to hold its caucuses using a new app presenter of member station K. U. N. are in Reno has more the Nevada Democratic Party is planning to use a similar app based system for its February twenty second caucus federal elections commission reports show envy dams previously hired the same elections app developer that Iowa used the record say the state party page shadow incorporated fifty eight thousand dollars in August for quote technology services but it's not clear if that money was specifically used to pay for a **** ASAP in a statement and be damned says it's working with the different Appan vendor and has a backup reporting system in place the party has been holding dozens of training sessions for precinct volunteers on how to report with the apt for NPR news I'm breeze under in Reno president trump will deliver his state of the union address to a joint session of Congress to night and peers Windsor Johnson reports a speech comes a day before the Senate votes on whether to remove trump from office for his dealings with Ukraine tonight's address comes amid a highly divided atmosphere in Washington as the Senate prepares to vote on whether to convict or acquit the president on two articles of impeachment it's unclear whether trump will touch on the issue during his speech but White House officials say he's likely to use as a dress to to help the administration's efforts to boost the economy tie in immigration rules and lower prescription drug prices this is the second straight year that trump will deliver his state of the union address under a cloud of controversy last year he was forced to postpone his speech because of the longest government shutdown in the nation's history winter Johnston NPR news Washington trump predicts he will be cleared by the GOP controlled U. S. Senate this is NPR news greyhound bars passengers from bringing fire arms explosives are dangerous chemicals on buses however today the company is facing new questions about security on its buses after yesterday's mass shooting a coach between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area in an apparently random attack authorities say a Maryland man opened fire on the other writers who killed the fifty one year old woman and injured several other people two of them critically other passengers managed to disarm the suspect and get him off the bus on the side of the highway where he was later picked up by police Walgreens is agreeing to pay more than seven million dollars to settle a lawsuit involving an unlicensed pharmacist Alice will flee of member station KQED reports the fake pharmacists handed out more than seven hundred fifty thousand prescriptions in the San Francisco Bay Area prosecutors into northern California counties filed the suit after they learned Kim Tian leave filled prescriptions at Walgreens without a valid license for over a decade including more than a hundred thousand for opioids like Sentinel morphine and codeine the lawsuit claims Walgreens failed to vet Lee thoroughly she was fired in twenty seventeen Walgreens says it has since verified all of its pharmacists nationwide have licenses for NPR news I'm Alice will flee in San Francisco U. S. stocks trading higher this afternoon with the Dow what four hundred fifty two point since the open or more than one and a half percent of twenty thousand eight hundred fifty two the nasdaq has risen more than two percent the S. and P. has climbed more than one and.

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Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

Gold & Silver On The Blockchain | Peter Engeman Interview

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the crypt update shows against the gold. Silver balloon as well as tasty on big claimed various other bits and pieces. It's Paul Angelman. Who is the director of angrily gold and and Reserve Vault Thanks for being with us. Look up pretty interested in this because obviously I've tried commodities for for a lot of much try and create a one of my favorite things to try because they do have a lot of high look us are low high volatility around certain events and can't be somewhat predictable in their trends so you tell us first about little bit about your background. Have you been in gold and bullying precious metals. Your whole career has being just recently. I saw actually a civil engineer by training twenty years Mike Craze in property development in AH companies like around Sorry stock starting getting into precious metals just in full GMC so luckily luckily identified. That was probably gonNA madelene before. Then we put everything into a Sola which worked up quite nicely and then in two two thousand fifteen Night property into into Ainsley. Boy It's been here for about six years is and join change so I mean that's pretty cold nights. I'll try to through that period when I was in London and try to it was just it was wonderful. We're trying to reduce. It was fantastic which I was. I mean what. What sort of things wasn't that? The major really get that bullish Golden UNCIVIL. Of course it went on one one of its big runs ever period. What what were you looking for it again? He's saying anything now. Look pretty sound a lot like I think in that lane up. Gold Gonzales Dot net a bold run new two thousand and four so I guess the reasons behind that where exactly the reasons why getting some bachelor of FBI the financial systems and really none of that strange. We've we've gone through the jam. Same which was essentially a on a credit cycle crosses and while the dog is just as united just. I'm trying a whole lot more than stimulus so often. GMC was head of the half trillion dollars of debt Way Back at one hundred and four train since semi POPs up to two hundred side so that all market that we're saying now now is is the central bank implanted and on the mental. So on then go look fundamentals things like gold silver not hot assets. Sir You make sense. I mean that's what I don't understand. Is You know I I've to exit a lot of my equity positions about eighteen months ago because I'm on a care to catch the bottom or the top. I WANNA chunk in the middle. Let's Mahal being tried investor. Take safe money. If there is now sued Goldman goals had a pretty decent little ron earlier will threat thousand nineteen. I mean. It's pretty damn good run. I'm sticking to a market. That's what a Point four trillion. Eleven eleven hundred fourteen. Three and what's the goal Marquette. Now it's hard to tell and I will need story because if you look at all the galaxy that'll be nine hundred ninety thousand about in Sarande seven-night trillion dollars. But if you look at what's actually I guess a mile to try to investable. I estimate that one train. So that's illu roadside. You've got three hundred training in financial markets to retrain private property all panics and tries to get into that little one trae not spice that savant process equation. This is only one variable at some. So that's the alluring heightened Rhonda Rhonda sales fills very similar to that of We'll hope will happen with bitcoin. Suppose and I and it financial sense if you consider how small bitcoin and the crypto asset spice is it's I mean it is very very similar to that of what what big clinics to goal is what the goal is to other financial assets. I think goals probably going to be the one that produces more goods out of that simply because it's a tried and tested Safe Haven if you will and there's a lot of people are getting towards look people have assets have opportunities to trade with that which brings me through Nazi. What you doing with a token is Asian? Because what you're actually doing there is using block trying to essentially use a block to the gold gold silver on is that right even slightly. I guess looked back. Story is in two thousand seventeen we actually added the Ties dies to Arafat mcada pretty well I strive anyone's doing it person to person value. I will secure so the natural progression of merging. Nice to wells was up on this new fangled thing Wear so beautifully same as that because it just addresses some of the physical metal so and the only. I don't think we looked around at what else was out a very scratched the surface new very quickly. Find yourself in multiple trivial so these sort of ranked wide convictions. So they had to have something. Don't solved in strikeout Saw Enough by pretty well preeminent lawyers in the spice mistrial via out by forty five year old. Oem Deal and not a startup end and hundred sent backs and in my absolutely preoccupation compassion with all of this is to Address any concern. Because you're all the stories of Ray Nation and they don't have enough ed all this sort of thing that you absolutely visibility and assurances that every talking on issue outside one gram collar one gram Sola That you know Mice definitely that that's sitting in reserve a video ordered that every quarter and that order. It's not just that is a now. It's it's that has moved so we haven't gone. I'm between audits. So that's completely addressed as fully insured bungalow inside. So that was that was something that was allocated you can get the bank. If you will benefit solve watch shine and all of transferability security and against that that The the the economic trump as well the terms of auctions watches. Now how did he get around. Like I mean one of the things. I think that tell them the listeners and viewers will want to know is this. I believe the way that You know the the coal of your central banking system I operated was by the golden is coming in and go back. Then I get these nuts suggests that have this much goal of some brought spark went will high on I only ten percent of people taking the gold out of here. Let's inflate now. What what it is and that was a a gold back? Currency came from really. So how do we know that the goal that's in reserve vault isn't somewhat earned by somebody else and planned to Siam. I'm Donald Putting it costs by the physical that you probably showed I can buy Kill Gaul have its seat in reserve vault silently Hughley with Moss to undermine my name and then you're selling half of that of gold while the you know bullying Bah into the talking. How do we have the reassurance that that's not happening yeah good question and also space to the obvious question over what guys bright side? So what so what we've done again. There is dried. I completely claims game company. It also. The Standard Custodian that companies Eilly assets. Mental Paul's has any liabilities. Times on that have wrought to that nettled. I don't know why On selling that mental to anyone else The mental doesn't live at Steiner's every single series on every single. Bob Is recorded on the China. 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Everybody rightfully hated the refs in Rockets-Warriors Game 1

The Leadoff Spot

09:50 min | 2 years ago

Everybody rightfully hated the refs in Rockets-Warriors Game 1

"You in the leadoff spot. Following a warriors one. Oh, four one hundred win in game one of the Western Conference semis. This is the series. Everyone's been waiting for. And I feel like Dame lived up to the hype and and following game one now all of the post game discussion and all of the the soap opera that goes into. What makes the NBA great continues here on the Monday morning following James Harden's line? This is an all time line, by the way following a loss. I just want to. Fair chance. I just want them to give me a fair chance to go out. And try to win James harden who shot one less free throw the Kevin Durant did yesterday. They just didn't have it takes a village to stop James harden and takes a village to try to stop the Houston Rockets. I I'd say, Dan, Tony probably did not manage his his rotations the way he wanted to down the stretch you end up with a couple of mismatches with Steph curry being guarded by a and he not start a coach three. And then of course, all the calls about this is the feel like in the NFL we get this every couple of years where you get a new term that sort of takes over the league for a season. Or so Dave, you know, what I'm talking about next up. Dave back, by the way this week. You get these different things like member. Of course, the wildcat was a term one year gay manager was a term one year things. Just like you get a little you get comfortable with the phrase, and you continue to use it the term right now. Of course, we've had load management was a big win this year in the NBA the one we're dealing with right now. We'll last series. It was top locking with the LA clippers. And now, we're dealing with the landing spot the landing spot is now going to be the theme at least until they played team to tomorrow night. So what we're talking about is whether or not these things should be called fouls. When a joke shooter goes up comes down in a spot that maybe wasn't necessarily the same spot. He took off from and what the responsibility of the defensive player is he allowed to move laterally towards the the player who's taken the jump shot as he allowed to come down in the in a similar spot. Does the jump shooter has to contorts his body to get out of the way of the defender. And if so is that a foul, I think those are really mad. It does matter because the Houston Rockets are complaining about it. So let's let's break this down for just a minute. I wanna make a couple of points about a few things here. The Houston Rockets losing this game by four and my dantonio had coach after the game said that at halftime the officials told them. Hey, we missed four calls. We missed a handful of calls and he's saying, hey, if you're going to tell me that too that means there are free throws that we should be having right there at the low. I mean, my my. My assumption or my feeling about this is figuring tell me you miss calls. That's like an empire saying, hey, you know, what I blew a couple of those balls and strikes calls, you probably should have had a few more guys on base. When that dude hit the home run. It's almost like you've earned something here that an official has completely botched completely avoided or not called then he realizes after. Yeah. You know, maybe maybe I did sort of boxed that one. Or maybe I did make a mistake on that one in basketball that directly affects how many points you may have. It's the one game where I can put you at the line with the ball and say here's a couple of free points for your team because of the foul committed by the opposition. So the Antoni was not irate after the game. He gave a comment about we've got to look in the mirror. We've got to figure out what we can do better talking about. How he maybe? He agreed. I think with some of the media questions about whether or not nation have been on the floor at the end there with forty seconds left trailing. And he's out there guarding Steph and Steve Kerr made a comment that at this point of the season in the NBA playoffs when? You've got five guys on the floor. You just are sort of having your guys guard whoever the opposition wants them to guard because you're going to go with your best five guys. They're going to go with their best five and whoever they can guard us whoever they can guard. That's just the situation you're in at that point. Now when it comes to committing these fouls or whether or not these were fouls after the game. Whether or not you agree with what Houston's been saying that they were getting officiated differently. And I don't agree, by the way. I I'm not gonna stand here and say sit here and say that Houston had some major disadvantage in this game. I think the Dame was called pretty consistently though. I will agree that a couple of the calls. The Houston is upset about. We're probably fouls. I know people are upset with the Chris Paul won the technical foul. The first one in my mind, that's a foul the Shaun Livingston bleeping at M M B, and I got into a heated debate about fifteen minutes ago in the bullpen where I did. We did a freeze frame by frame of Chris Paul going taking the shot. You can see shod Livingston's feet come down behind Chris Paul. He's not directly. Under him. But in my mind, he's changed Chris Paul shot enough to where he's invaded his landing spot. And he's committed a foul because Chris Paul does not have the right to where he went up and came back down on now when you flop and Chris Paul did flop on that play. You lose a whole lot of credibility in my mind. If you flop I think, you should be less likely to get called you should be less likely to to to get the foul called in your favor that said, it's probably still a foul. Now, you've got players from the Utah Jazz Rudy Gobert was check it in yesterday on Twitter Jared deadly the nets a lot of players who team seasons are now over of course, watching what everybody's anticipated to be the almost the pseudo Western Conference final between the rockets and the warriors, and they were checking in and Ruediger bare said, hey, my guys in the last round against the rockets were not allowed to close out and defend that aggressively. And then Donovan Mitchell, the young guard for the jazz re tweeted and said, why don't you just give me the twenty five thousand if you've got a complaint about the refs on Twitter. Just throw the cash. My way 'cause you're probably going to get fined anyway, Jared Dudley. The nets went as far as soon as look I don't think anybody deserves to get a foul called when you flop, but that's a foul the Shaun Livingston running by people. I it's polarizing people feel differently about it believe it was a foul. The second one at the end of the ballgame. And Chris Paul gets called when he's trying to throw the ball away. I don't totally agree with that. I do think James harden might have been affected a little bit by the Klay Thompson contact at the top of the key on the the attempted three that did not go in. But you can also look at that. And just say him, and you didn't even get that good of a look at it. There was a guy right in your face. You heaved a three with multiple seconds on the clock. And did not go your way ball gets tossed out of bounds. And the rest is history. Warriors, get the the technical foul and the knock down the free throw to win it. So from the side of the of the Houston Rockets where you lose this game. You feel like it was a -ficiating in a way that was not in your favor. They've been very. It's a word. I'm looking for. They've been political with how they've gone about talking about the officials because they have not called out officials. Exactly, they have not said, hey, this guy botched this call right here. Chris Paul went as far to say, hey, I got to be better. I can't be getting tech new thousand getting ojected from the game almost putting it on himself saying I've got to be better for my teammates. Now, they're upset about the way some of these calls have gone gone down. But they're going about it in the way that the warriors went about it during the first round against the clippers. And that is to contact the league and say, hey, look at all this video that we have of Pat Beverley pushing and pulling and tugging and shoving on Steph curry, you guys have got to keep it out of it. So at the very least here, I think the rockets have now called attention or spotlighted something that is going to be a theme throughout the rest of this series. And that's that it's going to be physical. It's going to be aggressive. These benches are going to get smaller and smaller as we get near the end of this series. But this is only the beginning in my mind. This thing is not going to go away. Anytime soon, by the way, we didn't even mention the Friday night. This is how how intense game one was even mentioned, by the way warriors advanced past the first round of the Western Conference playoffs after fifty point performance from Kevin Durant. Put it out read from the clippers on Friday night warriors less than forty eight hours later, come back to oracle and the beat the rockets who are already sitting in their living room with their feet up waiting for him to get here. And and they stuck it to him. So hey last week. I made a point I made a sort of a plea to to Steve Kerr, San hey, man. You can't be playing these starters like thirty three thirty four thirty five minutes any Kevin Durant out there for forty plus last night, forty three minutes from Kevin Durant. He goes thirty five points, three assists, five rebounds. He may be the hottest streak we've ever seen him on as a member of the warriors. I say that sort of just because I I'm being a victim of the moment here with how much a Kevin Durant. Spent successful since the eight shot performance in game two of round one. When everybody kinda lost their heads, saying, hey. He's he's not locked in. He doesn't want. It that bad. I said do just like Kevin Durant. Kevin durant? And what did he say, David? Kevin Durant attacking me Celeste. I thirty five points to lead all warriors scores. He goes twelve or fifteen from the line was a great note here, by the way from Anthony Slater, saying, you know, we talked about how aggressive he's been in people want to say, well, he's dishing too much. He's not getting to the rim. Nobody said anything about that. By the way in the last five games that he's played. But Kevin Durant. Attempted fifteen free throws yesterday. He's taken seventy four this entire postseason Hughley averaged six and a half free throws a game in the regular season. He's averaging ten and a half a game right now in the postseason. He's taking over Kevin Durant right now, maybe at the prime and the peak of his career. He's making sure the warriors are going to have a damn good shot didn't back to the Western Conference. Who is he? Kevin durant? All right. We've got some great sound from yesterday's post game. We haven't even had to mention the giants getting swept out of oracle part of it was not good. Derek rodriguez. Did not have it yesterday. We'll get into some of that the sharks tied one one and their series in the as take another sweep at the hands of the Blue Jays the one team. The giants can beat the Toronto Blue Jays. The as can't figure them out swept twice in the last two weeks by that team. We got some great sound, Mike Keown, Tony Steve Kerr. And James harden, San all I'm saying is give me a chance all we're saying. 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"hughley" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"hughley" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers what the fuck buddies? What the fuck stirs? What's happening? Marc maron. This is my podcast. Welcome to it. It's called WTN. How are you everything? All right back from New York City, and what a fucking amazing trip I've been away for three weeks. I don't know if you folks have been keeping up, but I'll give you some updates by the way, Dl Hughley is on the show today. He's a guy that I've been wanting to talk to for years actually for years. I had a mild obsession with his very first HBO half hour because I think we did them around the same time. We talk a bit about it. But I always wanted to interview him for years, and it just never happened in almost happened a lot, and we had a lovely conversation. So he's going to be here momentarily. Also. Yes, I did see it. Yes. I heard about it. I did see it. What am I talking about to those who don't know what I'm talking about? Well, I'll tell you. Alex Moffat on SNL did me as a character in a sketch. It was the potty awards the podcast awards. They took the piss out of podcasting. But I think it had it coming. I know I have no real issue with that. I thought I thought it was funny. I thought it was a inside in a way, and then he came out and did me, and I gotta be honest with you. I was very flattered. I'm not easy to do. I know that I don't have enough. I don't think I have enough quirks or ticks, or maybe I don't James adobe. And does a pretty good me. But Alex Moffat did a very what impressed me was. I feel like in the sketch. He he seemed he put some effort into it in the sense that like I think he got my walk. Right. I you know, I it looked by keep put some effort. He put some time into getting me. Right. And I'm barely doing that. I mean, I'm still doing that myself. I'm I'm almost there on some days. I almost get me. Right. I thought he got the voice, right? The intonation. Right. Very flattering. And I gotta say I always wanted to be on SNL. And that might be it. I might have just gotten on SNL. By proxy. Through the character of me played by Alex Moffitt. I'd like to thank him for doing that. It was something. And it was it was good. I was I was. I was proud somehow that that I'd made it to some level enough to be mocked on SNL. As me that. I am enough of a something to where they write this. This'll be funny. If we just do an impression of him. I'm a him that they can do an impression of that was very exciting. Is that? Okay. Is that? All right. I was excited by it. And I thought he did a good job time to take a minute to tell you about one of our sponsors. And I know I always tell you about our sponsors in about a minute. But this minute could really change your life..

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Mike Rossier, California and Utah discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Mike Rossier, California and Utah discussed on 24 Hour News

"And turns deadly mike rossier has details on death is now attributed to the coli outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce the death was reported in california but no details were immediately provided by state or federal health officials in an update of its numbers the centers for disease control and prevention reports one hundred twenty one people in twenty four states have now been sick and in the outbreak with at least fifty two people hospitalized fourteen people were treated for kidney failure the cdc has added kentucky massachusetts and utah to the list of states reporting illnesses ecoli outbreak has been linked to romaine lettuce grown in yuma arizona mike rossier washington foulland's of ancient iraqi archaeological objects that were smuggled into the us to the head of hobby lobby had been returned to the iraqi government the company also has had to pay a three million dollar fine for its role in small smuggling the artifacts into the us i'm tim maguire ap radio news from the movie hughley poet you always have so much energy do they drink before they come here i'm not sure what happens to the nbc four.

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"hughley" Discussed on NBA Lockdown

NBA Lockdown

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"hughley" Discussed on NBA Lockdown

"And the contracts in the draft status and the 16th success up until everything in is these are all markers of validation now you get to here and and he's got a point hughley wasn't bad because they handiwork bad because they were trying to be that so all that does is it if further clouds a no no no no no it's not that i need to change i just need to be on the team that's not about losing you write that will help but a team that's about winning doesn't necessarily want to start a guy who doesn't offend doesn't take the defensive glass and doesn't space and if you do it are built fit those characteristics you better be damn good on the i mean i'm not talking about like he's pretty good i'm talking about like thirty a game like a moist on a meyer could be as terrible as he was defensively because the deuba was born on the best offense of big in the league at the time looked down was we really have that right steve nash could be as bad as was the feds and because he mvp caliber like we things a good often deplorables a kumar like how good is you give him free rein and said have at it is an all star no no he's not also caliber so yeah all right so take the hint and and and and this himself reflection their guy he's i wonder if atrak right now listening yeah i feel bad for them to chastise i get this is how you feel bad for be bought it like really eight people is this is your medics were the con is that a traditional guys who haven't haven't defended rebound and still got the next contract hello andrew wiggins.

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