35 Burst results for "J. Glazer"
Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07
"De pablo is not just for russian. It's language agnostic. correct. Yeah i'm not a doctor language agnostic. I mean we have some alternate will dirt in the system bobby multi folkston english-language russian vicious funny socks the today we have allegations in russian and like man polish it out vapors thankfully on human. Ob new rapes and countenances restaurants. And it's not like you like language. It's more like be working on very complicated tasks they working. can comprehend human language and of course that for english language. I is already enormous obstacle. And do you think it's harder to do it for russian or is it really just. It's a smaller market. And the activity right now is in english. It's a good question Lots of great folks who enjoy building can be systems and aleksey russian language. I mean i voted for Nozoe smart folks. They enjoyed the process. It's just when you were on her on one local later laka language which has relatively Small odense Rush i think is the second biggest long beach internet as far as i remember i might be wrong about this about the russian made is of second band is about something like that but the thing is when he focused on english language. You focused on so many problems. For so many countries you can address such allies markets. And you have. Such launched number of data sets in still sees a day not enough to solve the problem so focusing russian-language is definitely much more complicated. Of course like maybe some company as good by denault dive into russian Find something useful. They are but we know that you kind of go to dialects in the books and things of zale is a good basis for dallas. But that's not how people talk. So how shit so one of the things that we think
Willow Smith Goes in a New Musical Direction
"Never thought i'd come out of a willow song same rock and roll here. We are willow. Is the artist. The record is called lately. I feel everything song hearing this. The closing cut called breakout willow. Also known as willow smith daughter will smith and jada pinkett smith and christina for people who remember her when she was just nine years old and released her debut song. Whip my hair. She's twenty now and this is not that right. Well oh and i have a lot in common and that we've had our beef as you know. We've had our nineties singer songwriter. Phase where we're into tracy chapman and maybe a little bit of Fiona apple here and there but now she's into what i was in sioux coming out of high school which was paramore and my chemical romance and it really really shows so ninety s. I read that she was inspired to go in this direction in part because of her mom right so in two thousand sue jada pinkett fronted. A new metal ban call wisdom so music runs in the family But also in particular what was brilliant sparring willow was that at that time as. She's watching her mom literally rock out she would also see. Your mom received death threats literally just for fronting abandoned genre considered quote unquote white and so this music is definitely. It's artistry but it's also activism for her because she wants to show like other black women. Hey we need to reclaim the genre that began as ours. And i even hear that like from fuck you. Which is i believe. The second track where i was like. Oh man this is her channeling x ray specs and this is even before i realized that polystyrene was half somalian. So some notable features on the record to cherry glazer this travis barker and tara appears on a song called extra. Want to play just a little bit of that. My i was ready. I wasn't prepared to go to scare you still right
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"Living packaging was just becoming too much. It was overwhelming and we didn't know what to do. I mean look at how hard this is. I can barely put this book in this envelope. It's really frustrating for dinner. We did whatever we could survive living off scraps making sure we can make it to the next day to ship our books. It was really difficult but together. Me and emily made it through. Sometimes we get eggs and we didn't like that a little bit. Oftentimes we get an extra blueberry and we really upset about it because it's unfair. Only one of us gets it other than that. We spend our time reading the bible trying to make the best of the situation. We were in every night we wondered. We'll be our last night. We wake up to an easier shipping situation and some of us did ship. Station is a dream come true. It's the number one choice of online sellers. No matter how i sell ship station funnels orders into one simple interface that i can manage him anywhere even my cell phone so thankful to have a cell phone now is better if we had a cell phone. He could've saved benton. he could have made it. I know he would love ship station. Oh well whole new world. You should see the the amount of have. Emily gagging over the egg astronomical. Well we'll have to put that in for. I don't know our our next glue. Chew out if this didn't work family guy going to nag doesn't get you in erection. I don't know what will ship more in less time for a lot less money..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"I mean i did back in high school. When i was like i always interact sick through a penny in a fucking well and it came through a winner No you're a winner. If you want something. You'll get when catching anorexia. And i really say catch because i caught it like a fucking illness. I just so my anorexia went from being a teenager not knowing how many need just like just never eat again. Almost dying hospitalize ended up at getting educated enough to manage it where i don't pass out onstage like i used to. I don't know almost faint. When i'm talking like i managed it right like no one. I could gone on forever not ever but it would eventually ruined my life and other ways but not in a way that anyone would have seen right and there were times i was too skinny but it was too skinny and way that was like applauded and like oh your sample size and like you're you look like a supermodel in close right off when somebody like a supermodel. You're a little bit tall and you look like a skeleton that and you look like you're starving yourself zone touch and you have. I have wide hips. So i do have a guy but it's not because i so sometimes i hate when girls like scientists are natural. I'm i right now. Not doing any anything with my food to try to be a certain way. My body is what it is. And i have to accept that and right now. It's good because i got help because what i did was i was desperate. It was march two thousand twenty living at home with my parents. Everything was so scary. Nothing to calm my nerves anymore. My surging wanted a husband. And i was like this is the time to do this so i got help and i went on a cooking show yesterday and i talked about. I go guys. I would've turned the show down a year ago. I would have made up a lie to get out of it..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"It's a different drug than when you smoke. Teach it's a completely different thing in your body so there's a reason why you don't like them. It's not pot. But i'm also because of my workaholics and need to always be like productive at all time. I don't want something to later. The forty minute wait so i don't have that kind of time. Well blake but also eight. Someone else is forty minutes to me is different. A minute feels like forty minutes already ready to me. Sounds like it's been forty minutes. Hasn't kicked in i gotta dud. I'm gonna take two more yup. These aren't working obviously this. Oh i want immediate. it's something we want the laughs right away time. Yeah i want to be high now. Want the exactly. I want it now. I'm compulsive me fall and hit my head on that fucking wall. Because i had ten of those blueberries. No i'm so glad you're not doing. This is this is when i stopped. I actually didn't stop it wasn't wasn't the fall. The rock bottom. No no no that was like. Did you get that where you feel feel ball. That was hilarious. You didn't get a take out of that. I was making we. Now take an abrupt break in our. I took it a skeleton that we know. Take a break from the podcast. That i have now started calling two broken girls By chat with nikki glaser. And i take a quick break. So that you guys can find out if there's something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals especially since you're currently listening to two women who have not you guys over there. You made a great video okay. They wrote that name. You know you made a video. You put great last green better. The videos made about better help. Last week was over her video. Stand aside most creative had differences broke up. Don't do your line readers of your. What do you do it in theaters and in plays and movies actors and shit on their co stars like this shell. I hope so. I hope i'm michelle of comedy. When i was thirty two against my will so and i wrote a script and i don't think it can made how amazing better help is at matching you with your own personal licensed professional therapist..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"That wasn't really that wasn't you in. It was no you didn't. And that's what i really like loved about seeing you today and like when i walked in your room in there and just i was just like i need you. I was on the way here like trying to draft this text. That was gonna possibly blow up my life and you were able to really convince me like let's take a beat and run through a lot of a lot of tools for processing these things that are valuable to me and so like i said a lot of texts. I regret my. I'm sitting here lead. We're friends and that lake reminds me like i feel like with your female friendships like i. We've talked about this before. I was so scared when someone recently. Our history. And i was like. I was so intimidated by her. Didn't wanted to stay out of her way. Didn't even want her to see me. Because i didn't want her to like hate me or like think or like i didn't want to bother like i knew i was scared of you and thought that you were different person and then you are truly the person that i were absolutely different than when we first met in two thousand six but like the person i get to see now out of you is like there's so much i just loved female friendships so much and i love. How quickly they can come in. Like i fell in love with you. When i did your podcast. The first time coming on here announced my third time. And like i really. I'm just so fewer friendships are the fucking best and it happens. It's like love at first sight. And i love. How quickly can happen. And i didn't know you forever. But i do also think that part of like i'm so glad we're getting close now because it's only in the last five years that i wasn't a fucking matt. I'm glad you didn't know me know. I've i and i was like why new to come in..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"I do that all the time. Say you do take them to your home and they know where you're staying. They know everything else about it. Is that by the way. Yeah it's we're giving different. Person are home address every day like what should get into wrong except the right one. Wouldn't you sue. I was like okay. I can't get murdered by uber driver. Like i know like whatever. I'm high risk and skirted people told me not to and whatever and then they're like you cannot let an uber driver take your home because they know where you live you fucking moron and they can sell that to other people whenever i was like okay. Great yeah okay. So i'll just have them dropped me off at a different. How to walk in the door com. Nobody i guess. That's what i i didn't realize that like to if he comes emergency he's gonna think i live here if there was that would been so they have like. I'm so sorry. He thought he was murdering me and he murdered you hike gil. I had a guy come to my house. And i would always pretend that i take pictures without my house in the background. And like all my street and then four neighbors down..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"We're only the secrets. We keep so when Most people that molest warm lasted. That's a fucked up thing to process and that doesn't excuse their behavior but like understanding that this is always think about that. I don't think i have. This is this is want to address one thing. I didn't even consider that my joke might be like making it. So that molesters feel more comfortable i might make more molesters my fear with jokin wildwood. Worry about getting cancelled. I'm making victims who've already been victimized by those things re-triggered which i will do their so you so it's a minefield and you know what i really will individually apologize to those people whose night was ruined because they went to go see nikki. Glaser show and they didn't expect to hear about the word. Mostly life was already ruined by some of them less. But i apologize to them for putting them in a situation. If some girls crying and dry heaving bathroom. I will absolutely go talk to her and say and listened to her and like understand it from her perspective but i still and maybe all shift. My reasoning of this is doing more harm than good. I haven't found a way to synthesize this data funny palatable or the people that have that reaction which is we'll we'll talk. Get you in a second because i people that. Come up to me and they go. You made me laugh about for the first time ever. I laughed about my ripe. I laughed about myself. I was able to see that like you can go through something like that and eventually one day laugh about it. Like thank you for showing me. That's possible thank you for showing me that just being showing me that i'm not alone just and it hasn't to someone just because because by way everyone in the audience is going to have some kind of some inside of cancer someone's been hit by car someone's an alcoholic most people in if you're a lot of rain rooms people yeah i was..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"Were here to help. You've worked with britney during her conservatorship but aren't sure what to do because you signed a stupid. Nda donald as email us now. Please do not call us. You can tell us any information. Non asli and jamie tries to sue you. He's going to have to answer me. Nobody wants to do that. We will cover all your legal fees. No questions asked how many questions are asked him a few but just a little bit just enough to the company. Say you get them. They're gonna leave. I'm going to deal with just so you know here. Good for you. We will give you the cash you need to be the snitch brittany deserves from the job working for your idol but now all you do is put tape over her mouth. We're here to help here to help help you. If you've been working for me is there's no there's no rhyme to this jingle the handmaid's tale situation it's britney spears. Isn't everyone just falling in love with are being paid. I gotta get you out of here. That's every guy's dream is like a princess out of the castle. This is more like a swim. Fan situation I guess what i'm saying. Is that if you want to be the nick of this situation. I'm gonna take care of that. Nda violation then. You're gonna come over to my place. You're going to slip me. One of britney spears handwritten notes you at that. I'm then going to take it over to miley cyrus. I will be wearing a cape and then she is going to come in honor king ball. Don't you feel like celebrities. Have the power to fix this not me but don't you think i just think of celebrities stormed that house. It would be over if they had their cameras out busy. If i if everyone's age going like support british corporate and just go house. You know you the time. I've seen her instagram over there with you. This the full. This is what. I do zoos and you go with the camera. What are they shoot you. What are they to shoot adele. If i'd like dada you know this is. This is this is a job for madonna. If madonna went to britney spears his home. And let's say jamie wasn't there 'cause he dealing with illegal nightmare also known as winning means If madonna showed up at the house anyone that worked there. Madonna was like. Hey like i'm here to take brittany walk. Her dad said it was okay. We're just gonna kinda talk like sort of about business and how hard it is. Just sort of like you. Don't think someone will let her leave with madonna. Tell me i don't. I do and i know why you do. Because that's how you interface is like. I'm taking you with me and everyone nearly with me and this building is now building. Tell you interspace donna laws. No i think people are already in space. Walk in that space. But she won't but you don't have jobs to go outside at some point. Here's these people are being paid to not let her leave. I understand but madonna showed up. I can see someone that works. They're doing a great job. No blame it you having jamie come home going. Oh madonna took her on the drive to talk about the business that you authorized in g authorized that you're never supposed to leave. But it was madonna. But you think there's there should be a separate clause gaming donna..
"j. glazer" Discussed on Good For You
"Know what the fuck are you doing man. This is your daughter. I made a mistake. Turns out mike kink. It's just keeping sad girls locked up in my basement. We can help you with that. Let brittany go in. Have you just need sad people in your basement that you give a five thousand dollar a week spending on clothes allowance and you just need us to work out and dance like go to anymore in america. Volunteers tribute let her free. Take me volunteers trivia. Michael jackson hung baby out of a hotel. Room window. ozzy osbourne famously. Bite heads off of live birds in business meetings and people just thought it was cool and funny guys do crazy shit and they just keep working war if i wear a shirt with the bird on it. It's like birla crazy bird lady in both. Those things are true. One print. i don't have is birth. you're here so now. The point of this whole video. I would like to speak directly to the people that are in the home of britney spears who are paid to help keep her in there and keep this nightmare haunted house running. Yes i assume. They're all big fans of our podcast for some reason. But this is going to get to one of you. I know one of us watching this. I know even if it's like the legal surveillance department down the basement that they hired a just like like scan the internet for dangerous people. I want to be on that list. I want to be printed out in the garage. Like do not let her in. I just want you guys to hear this. There is they dynamics. Sometimes it happens when you have done a bad thing. And you've done a tisco where you feel like you've done for so long that you can't turn back now maybe at stockholm syndrome. Maybe it's just you want to double down on your bad decision so you don't feel guilt from before you might think too much time has passed for you to possibly ever rectify this wrong. I'm here to tell you. The perfect amount of time has passed in today's the day. Today's the day for you to be a snitch..
Manchester United fans storm stadium in protest of U.S. owners before Liverpool match
"Liverpool is big Premier League Vaginal Trafford, scheduled for earlier today was canceled. After Red Devil fans protest to the Glazer family owners of man United. A make up date for the match is yet to be confirmed. Elsewhere in the Premier League toddler
John Hunter from The Frozen Rope Podcast
"Let's jump right in man to frozen rope. Let us know who you are and what you do. My name is john hunter. I am thirty years old from northeast. Philly i'm a union glazer by day but i am a podcast. Her by night a baseball podcast about three months ago during the world series. I decided to go for it. I never I always wanted to do it. But i just. It was weird. It was like a couple of years. There was a couple of years where i was just telling my brother like i wanna to do this. Like this is what i to do. And then you know just life happens or you. Just you know procrastinate on stuff and it just just ended up not happening. And i mean it's kinda crazy. I'm probably the only person you've ever benefit benefited from the pandemic. I decided like all right. Well i have nothing else better to do right now and i just decided that his by like all like the microphones already had headphones off but like my wife already had. My wife has a mac book. And i was like all right. Well why don't just get into it. And i'll do it. And then the world series happy. You know what this is what. I'm going to start it i. I was sitting on headphones stuff for like two months before i even recorded an episode and it was just like it was crazy. But that's pretty much how it all started. So how did you come up with a name the frozen ropes. Explain that all right so the frozen rope a frozen rope in its own. Right is a a line drive or a a like in basketball. It's considered like something that just like shack is. He just threw the ball pretty much of the rim. And that's like for baseball. Like i remember the first time i've ever heard the term. It was vladimir guerrero was playing. I think for the expos at the time and he threw a lot. He threw a liner from from the right field right to the catcher and the and the announcer was like that was a frozen rope and i was like i like that and then it became my gamertag on like xbox back fox three six and i was an like then it just over the years. I was like you know if i ever do one. If i were to go podcast the name of it will be the frozen row. Podcast and this has been since i was like. I don't know maybe like twelve. Thirteen new podcast. Ball's probably if i ever do something the frozen rope lock. That's also again all right so so explain a little bit about the process right three months in. Obviously you had the name. Since you're twelve yeah What about the logo and things like that. So the logo was pretty simple. Is the major league baseball. i mean. hopefully they don't come after me for infringement or anything but it's a. It's literally just a baseball. The baseball symbol. The major league baseball symbol with headphones on it and it started off as being red white and blue normal. The normal one and then. I got affiliated with media. Group called the buzz and they were just like you know we. We don't wanna get hit with infringement. They're like so. What can we do here. And i was like. I mean you could change the color if you want to your color scheme. And that's what they did. They changed it to their scholar. Scheme ended up working out pretty well. They put the ball in the headphones. And it was just completely just change. Everything about it so it was. It was pretty cool. That's awesome so explain a little bit about how you got connected with the buzz okay. So the i'm in like this. I'm a nerd when it comes to baseball. So i'm in a sports group simply just pretty much baseball. It's called sports chat but it's really not just baseball pretty much on a why they don't just change it a baseball chat whatever so it started off with that and then there's this guy like you know i told him i made episode or two and he's like oh give let me let give it a listen so he gave listen and he was like he's like you know me and my body just started a media group not too long ago with another group and the guy some. I went nuts so they just decided this move on from that it ended up being where they just were like a baseball podcast because they have like five. They'd five podcast on their thing right now and before me and all five of them were either for them. Were wrestling podcast. I don't know why you need that. Many good for them. And there's a guy who's actually from like england who's on there which is pretty cool. It's pretty cool. The way they do it. They're a great group of guys and it's pretty cool everything and then there was a guy. Then there's some rain on. I think there's a soccer program to that. They're trying to generate right now. Trying to get more people to watch and on anyone. You guys are in a soccer. But if he's argo try that and then Then they different stuff on there but it was pretty cool the way that it kind of came about and then i told them that i wrote. I've be right little articles. I've written articles for guys know the tattoo dunphy. So dunphy is a friend of mine. I've known for a long time. But i went to high school with a grade school. I believe too. And like i've known for a long time him in this other dude joe that i'm friends with a started a base. They started a podcast and stuff called like deep fly and they do a bunch of stuff for their own media group. So they asked me. Would you want to write for our so. I was doing like little baseball pieces for the phillies. And i would just write little things for them and it ended up being pretty cool. It was it was like a cool experience. So i get myself into that type of realm like i always wanted to do something baseball related. I didn't care what it was like i. I'm way too small to play and to old to play so it's just got past that and i was an in so i kind of looked on the other side and i don't know it's just something that i was always into so it all worked out well so so explain a little bit about So to download An episode from the frozen rope. What what can they expect. What some of the topics you hit Things like that So one thing i always. I'm a red sox fan. That's the start off. And i always tell people baseball fan. I red sox me and second. There's i never really ever wanted to do anything as far as just saying like i want to cover one team. Yes there is. Because i'm very diverse. When it comes to the sport. I know pretty much. I don't want to brag. But i know a lot i know i know pretty much everything enough to make my own podcast and be confident with the things that i say. Yeah so i feel as if when you go on there. You'll see someone who's not biased. You'll see somebody who you know truly cares about. The sport gives a good input on my thoughts. In how. I how. I look at the game. Yeah i got a guy the other day. Text me one of my friends from the from the union. Us just like it's crazy. It's like he's like. I feel like i know the game. He's like but you like no it and he's like he's like you. It's almost like i give him like a managerial like input. Like i've been around since i was like nine. My dad was a head coach of saint joe's prep. He was a great baseball player. I've been around the game my whole life and then it just you know i. It just been something that i've always been in love with. I told my wife. That's unfortunate. You are probably my second. Love will always be my first and she just tells me she hates me for that. But it's funny. it's just it's just. It's just how it's always been baseball's always been there you know and so it's i always wanted to do something with it and you'll see somebody who just did something with
What Is Wrong With Cam Newton and the Patriots Offense?
"To ask a questions about Camp because I want to know what we're watching here and what I mean by that is this is somebody who was considered throughout his entire NFL career to be a top ten to twelve came back. He was never great from the pocket. He was never super accurate, but he was not a dumpster fire. So what's happening is is it he's just off falling off a cliff at age Thirty-One, which doesn't necessarily happen very often if at all at the quarterback position where a guy just you know goes from the top ten to twelve guy to just plummeting to literally one of the you know, 557 worst quarterbacks in the League this year. Is it physical with him Jay Glazer said before the game in Glazier usually has some really good information, you know, he kind of keeps a lot of the stuff in his pocket, but when he drop off stuff, it's usually dropping a bomb unless it's, you know, teasing 24 hours out and offensive lineman with covid-19 another story, but you know, you've got you've got Glazer coming out saying he's in an awful lot of pain. Is it is it that like what I just there needs to be a reason Greg there needs to be a reason why I saw a Cam Newton for eight to nine years in Carolina again not be supervised celebrated with a program and and not be you know, incredible breaking defenses down but still effective and now this guy is completely completely a mess. I'm just trying to make sense of it. Is it is it is it physical that he fall off a cliff is this what he is like are the Patriots not necessarily utilizing him in a manner like Carolina did which would make him more effective. I want to get to the bottom of it cuz I feel like what a lot of people are doing right now and it's it's listen. It's Justified criticize them all you want he's been bad, but I feel like we're more criticized in the result instead of asking why like what has gone wrong is this just the inevitable deterioration of a guy who took a lot of hits and is now what he is. I don't know what the answer is. Yeah. Well here's Answer it's a lot of little things that have sort of added up and gotten us to this point because I think you know really I mean really in the past month. He's been bad. In fact that you would say he was average or a little bit above average but I think on the whole this season, I would say Cam Newton is average number one. As far as factors would Newton and why he's not better why it's not working here. Number one for me is he's no longer. He doesn't have the legs. He used to have he is no longer. He's fine, He's still elusive, but he's an aging mobile quarterback and that doesn't really work and that's always been part of the equation with Cam going back to Auburn. Anyone Heisman Trophy you can teams had to respect his legs. They realized they no longer have to respect his legs because he's not going to just dominate a game with his legs anymore. He doesn't have that ability would be so instead of instead of being afraid of Cam in and being like we have to have eyes on cam and we have to do this and that they're know in playing Zone soft his own. They're no longer. They they realize they no longer have to do that. So, you know, they're just stacking the box and they'll play cover-3 on the outside or man-to-man or what-have-you. They they do whatever they want to do coverage wise cuz they know cams not going to beat them. I mean at most what's he going to get ten fifteen yards? Like he's not going to change the game. Number two is the Patriots just distinct lack of weapons and we'll talk about this anymore in a little bit. But I mean look the Patriots are goddamn horrible at everywhere other than running back and offensive line. I mean they are they're I mean, they're awful. They are awful. They're awful in this division there at the bottom of the Barrel in this division below the Jets below the Dolphins certainly below the bills. I mean, they're just it's falling off a cliff. I mean they have nothing they have no tight ends. They have no wide receivers. They they have running backs. Yeah. They have a great offensive line. Yeah, but it's only going to get you so place so so it's all on cam like when you when you take off If if Cam had better weapons if he was saved the bills, I mean if he had Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley and John Brown and like, you know Gabriel Davis and Dawson box and you know, all these guys all over the place where you can spread them out and they gotta be like, oh crap. Well, we got a double digs because what's going to happen like Then then cam might be able to do some things like between his legs and the lack of weapons. There's just the Patriots are just they're in a telephone booth. They can't they the quarterback can't do anything with the offense of coordinator can't do anything like to me you combine all those things. Plus there's probably some residuals shoulder stuff with Cam you combine all those things? Yeah, and you're right. It's it's not good in offense right
Bob Glazer on the Importance of Putting Principles & Values Over Issues & Rules
"Bob man. I'm so excited that you here. Welcome dose of leadership. thanks richard. i'm glad i may work. Yeah me too crazy times elections over. Yeah kobe's is ramping up. Thank god thank. God believes that i think i think so too. I think there's I don't know for me. I think i lean more libertarian. And conservative and i'm not a fan of one of them wasn't but i i don't know i think it's kind of a best case scenario. Most where you if you get a republican senate and you got biden in now people can have to work for it right so i'm kind of happy for inert administration mark forces people to have to compromise this sort of approach of like up. It's our way time to punish in. You know you know get reprimands for reagan for. It's like no one knows who started it. We're going to do this because you did i. I mean there's gotta be some things that everyone can can agree on. And yeah i agree. I hope i hope that Over works out that people will just start to come together a little bit. I mean someone was telling me that like ronald reagan. Won forty nine states was reminding me of that and i was like i. I would never happen in my lifetime again. Forty nine states and he did and I don't know you know i. It is funny. How who else not funny. But i mean we've all talked about nauseam. How how the divisive everything is. But i think is particularly talking leadership you know the the obligations that we have you know. We were talking pre recording. That i encourage because i got a pretty diverse mastermind group with all political spectrums. Kind of reminds me when i looked back at my parents. They had this circle of friends and almost all of them have passed away but they were all newly married in the late fifties early sixties. I mean you had you know. Jfk democrats you had richard nixon republicans. You had catholics yet. Protestants yet Jews and they all twelve six couples and they did live together with my point. They always played bridge when cards. They would get together once a month but they did live together and they would argue about politics and kind of ribbing sort of way but they loved each other and that's what seems to be missing in all of this right. I don't know how we can get back to that kind of ideal like where my parents in their friends where they didn't talk. Politics didn't rule their lives and it seems like politics. Lose everything right. I mean funny. In that case politics was probably knocked the threat right it was. Oh these are good decent hard-working people who share sharon values. And and and you know. I just think we're moving from look. Leadership is a very values based thing rang moving from you know values to sort of just hard lines that can't can't be cross And and yeah it to me. It's just we're just ruining objectivity and it's insulting people's intelligence it's like black and black white isn't wait. I don't mean in the racial sense. I mean we all used agree like that's a circle. That's where and now like these things are. Just you know it's a it's if if one side looking at it it's not a square and if the other side looking at it circle and i to me like critical thinking like a really important skill and it's just it's degrading or i don't know where it's going critical thinking certainly has suffered and I don't know. And i think back if you know looking back to when my parents were newly married like said in that kind of jfk era. Yeah i mean the you you mentioned values and principles and i think that's what's missing. There is a shared value. You know even if you were democrat or republican red or blue or whatever. The there was a hierarchy. Now simple low. They precipitate low it. That's right that that is that is. That's what's worrisome to me and look at massachusetts right so we were one of those one the state. that didn't vote for ronald reagan. Wherever pretty blu ray. We've republican governor right now with a eighty five percent approval rating like. He's done a really good job on covid he's been out in front. Like people are judging him on his on his merits. And what he's done. And i think if you know if we were in the you know we we got hurt early on but you know. He's a conservative also worked in the health industry so he had interesting balance like if we were one of the worst states in the country i think people would be more upset right and again that to me is out rightful leadership issue. Not a political issue in this notion of how leadership in politics have gotten. Totally intertwined is fascinates. Me i. it's it's interesting
Milton Glaser | Make Things That Move People
"So over the history of this show spending eight years more than five hundred guests. Two years filming on location and crew, and now more than six years is a podcast. I have been asked one question over and over and over. So who's your favorite guest so when you do what I do, you learn quickly to dodge the answer to that question for one. You can't win for any name. He dare to offer your simultaneously snubbing hundreds, and if I'm blessed to keep doing this long enough thousands of other people, but more importantly. If you're really paying attention, truthfully, there is no such thing as a favorite guest. Guest I don't do this to be entertained or to fall in love or to make new friends or to have favorites I do because I love doing it, and because it's a bit like my living laboratory, it's it's not about who I liked best, but rather who I have learned from WHO has left changed and on that level would have come to believe as you learn something if you allow yourself to remain open from every single person. As it is on screen. Has It is in front of a Mike in Studio on the? So it is in life. But as I sit here today. Having just learned of the passing of a man who has become as our producer, Lindsay often reminds me. The single most referenced guest by me. In the history of the show Milton Glaser. I can admit to one truth over the same span of time much as I have been profoundly inspired and humbled and awakened, and learn more than any book or school or course of study has taught me. There have been very few guests. Who when they walked out. The door left me thinking to myself. I live their life. Milton glaser was at the top of this very short list born and raised in the Bronx. He discovered what would become his life's work, and never in his eighty five or so years of. Building on that veered from it to make things that move people those are the words he shared with me. As soon as These words were offered in that classic Glazer Rasp. I can feel every cell in my body. Come alive with resonance me, too. I felt me to. My whole body just saying with recognition and resonance. Me To Milton me to. Glazer's list of accomplishments in the world of design and media and education, the stuff of legends launching a design agency push pin studios in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four with a bunch of friends who he graduated, Cooper Union with he would change the face of commercial illustration of art and design that famed Iheart. Logo Did that a tribute to the city. He loved so fiercely at a time when it was on the verge of bankruptcy of crumbling underneath him, Glazer wanted to do his part to help people. Re Imagine it to see the way he knew it to be the way it was in his heart, which probably explains why he was also a founder of York magazine that iconic Bob Dylan Rainbow Hair poster with more than six million copies in print glazer again. Thousands of other works of art posters, brands product packaging restaurants. You name it. Glazer was behind so much of it and Milton's work he it's been seen everywhere from the halls of global industry to local pub to. The Museum of modern. Art in New York City the George Pompidou Centre. In Paris in two thousand four. He received the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Lifetime Achievement Award. He received the National Medal of Arts Award from President Obama in two, thousand, nine, the first graphic designer ever to be given dishonor. The man had his own typeface Glaser Stencil. That, brilliant mind and the artful hand, and the impact that they would have didn't stop at making, though he also taught for more than five decades, he shared his wisdom his lens on everything from life to art to beauty to work to love with thousands of students, many of whom have now gone out into the world to make their own lasting marks, and it wasn't just this diversion to craft to making meaning to the creation of an noticing of beauty to his commitment to teaching and giving back to the work. It was the choices that he made about who and what matter to him. The deep sustained commitment to living life on his terms, and never allowing himself to be boxed into anyone else's expectations in any domain of life to working and playing and spending time with his wife Shirley who he wed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, seven, and to whom he remained married until the day he died at age ninety one.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
China approves plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong; Trump threatens sanctions
"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January that president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of its own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and re is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have a chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the prices low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China and its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you have sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now is that a lot of misuse from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appears to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reads trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Glazer of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about safe flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier ones are so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this U. S. China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the
"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Learn more go to sleepnumber dot com. In Brooklyn Shit Bill or not that you will watch Sesame Street And you often make fun of me for watching sesame street that don't. Rules a Lotta was on sesame street. She is on Sesame Street. Now. Give a kid I have to, but I work on the music record sesame street he. He's over. Put a of sesame street you on. Great, he's the reason why you're on sesame street. Stack it's my joy. It's great hangman's noodle. This noodle new and improved two point Oh Peru. I love it. I don't so weird that a three year three-year-old audience. Year old? I it's fan for it's nuts. At School. Literally new! The newer character is that I'm sorry. Mr. Noodle, and he's like a clown, and then he has like brothers and sisters because he's doing other stuff. Talking Noodle. Bill Irwin. Yeah. Cool, and then like people like Sarah. Jones was MS noodle for a while, his sister Debbie dig with Mr Noodle his brother. Rimet, Yup. It's in China yet. And now. All right so. 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"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Sheikh before she just popped up and that's when Nile was playing in the sesame band so that right exactly. Wow now well now. I don't think in that first clip. But he joined in seventy one. That's out your crew of like Lisa Fischer young on my partner. That's him in one thousand nine. Wow this was fun. He worked a full shift at just. Don't make black people like that. No more clicking look at pictures oldest ready like he was like when I watched the Otis Redding died at twenty six twenty six. He was like forty song writing in his twenties. At all twenty-seven person anyway. I got a wrap up because I have another job to do but I have people to play music for. What's what's the thing you want to put a William. When you do on Saturday at Mar already you know. I'm one of those people a right now. Had I'm doing that because I'm acting like I'm really bad at doing Oprah's thing? So Oprah's doing a out. Perry Oprah the same fucking episode re. Oprah's doing over his doing this like twenty four hours Fundraising guess he's like Jerry Lewis. Raising money for twenty four hours. So I believe that I'm DJ -ing on Oprah's virtual fundraiser thing for. It's an amount of time like I'm desiring for twenty seven minutes talk now. Who's the person counts? The seconds like twenty six. I have to ask the question. I mean with the whole celebrity. Foam reason thing I mean isn't a kind of a paradox. Because it's like okay. You're a rich celebrity saying you in particular Mir. I'm just saying just I'm definitely not rely on Joe connected. Yeah no absolutely. But it's like okay if you're a rich celebrity and you're asking people to donate to the crisis nigger we all the crisis. What beyond that. You're asking us to donate to the crisis so been can give that money back to us. I was just like a peacock these digital thing and I was like. Nbc is asking for Human Beings but the thing is they're matching. So I was like. Oh that makes sense. Okay doesn't but there's levels because that's the ankle yudo cause you ain't GonNa go to for the food banks and stuff. I hope that you ain't going to the food banks and getting US some food. Supreme doesn't pay me so I.
"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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Because, we were talking about it because we were talking about on twitter of the day I was telling people about Yo Sopranos gets all the love, but it was really. Is that really did it in terms? Rake into in terms of what we now know is peak TV. Is was the game changer? Sopranos came around, and I was like I. Don't care about this you. saw. Get killed, in jail. anyways game at the ranch, just not an HBO. Hey, did you? What I'm is really I've been while you once gave him through a murders on. I don't want. To tell you the truth idea watch I, did watch a boardwalk empire I did I did like walking power. I'm watching that they should is rough. This is rough as you to wire to right hell. Yeah, come on it! Okay so only. Michael Michael Ask because I watch I watch six feet under that was. Worker. I'm just not like fantasy or like you know like game of thrones. It was just white people with black. Kelly see. I wouldn't. And then Sopranos was just like I seen every movie. So you know goodfellas casino like I just by the time they got thanksgiving. Okay the thing is is that. because. Sopranos came so close to the edge of where the new technology comes in. Part of my fear is that if I re watched the Sopranos? Won't be I. Know It's just that you know it was before the age of the develop phones before the age. Of Yeah, there's an episode where like a new starbucks opens across the street and they're trying to out. Should they say them down only to realize that like?.
"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"I'm a big face timer. You know I love to facetime. So I'm glad that I was on that tip before it was forced upon me but like Abbie and I have shit going so I'm like we're already doing the things we were like. Oh my God thank you. Jesus that we have had an animated pilot going. We're like working on that and we have bomb a couple love scripted. Like live action stuff that we've been just like raising and raising ray things you don't do you lease worn before the thing that. I don't like about where we live. Now is the amount of people that face time you without warning. You that their facetime facetime phone call. We're all dusty and I'm like you I I don't even call someone I always pre-tape even phone call. I'm just like home. Call a is it the ninety s like it's just too real It's to everybody's like in their own world and like on the phone I pre- text before any you. I mean that's that's aggressive. Facetime straight up based on and I say stem someone. They don't pick up. I apologize and say I know that was aggressive. Apples Rona face to okay straight six. There's a six six is in in that like Wolf. Facetime me five times in a row. Then I'll I know when when you do the You ever do the texting where you just do. The sort of the bunch the exclamation points bill and they never did find yourself your idea for Song. I know who are so. There's there's an industry veteran. There's there's an industry veteran that I my God I'm on that side at loved the Trivia. Put This No. He's an industry veteran and I believe that his goal is to get A prominent singer piano player in father that was just recently on show a song right now And wants me to be the bridge that leads to it. What like one of those. I was like call six times facetime. I'm not leaning into this five times in a row facetime to help you bridge the success of Internet. What what these like six sixty S. So you don't know this is somebody. Ah You must be getting a lot of those because somebody else hit me up like a song you think okay That's fine like you're living in your truth because should so blank where it's like you know like your like. I'm a fucking answering. That's or if you do you're like I'm not doing your your father musician. You know what I mean. Whatever the Fuck Vegas. I'll know I'll go further with now. I just have to bluntly tell them that. I'm not in that space. This whole tell me what you think. GonNa Song or you know I'm doing this. This Cova D- Benefit thing I want you to. They're trying to do like a philly. We are the world thing hall. Not Cruel wait. You know it's like it's the weirdest line of is like John Notes Three Way John Old and that alone Kurt. Vile.
"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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It's now time of the Rollo. In time of the I'm getting up at like nine and I start work around eleven and I work from eleven to seven or eight. When you open your eyes at nine. How long is it? You realize what you woken up into. Either temptation to not. Look at the news of the phone to see like is. Is this you know. I have been totally avoiding the news almost completely. If I do listen, it's like democracy now. You Democracy Now that maybe once a week once or twice a week, but I'm just like the new. York Times like Oh. Corona charts we another chart. They're just like loving this shit. You know what I mean. It's like it's not like new information or whatever. I'm not watching Cuomo Great. I'm so glad he's like the human being or whatever, but I'm not. I can't even indulge in change so I? Try to do some sort of workout, or how do you prepare for this? Though as a writer like, how do you feel about this into the industry or you creativity? Too Much fucking shit going on, and I'm like. How did I at first? Angry at myself I was like why did I think I? Could live three lives in one body I was so harsh to myself where I was like. Stupid Bitch got. You could miss three. I was like so mean about it, and it's like Yeah I. Don't know that's at the world. Wise, but now and so I had like development stuff that I'm working on Mike my own writing and then you know raising up young writers projects I was doing that. And I would do in. like production services. This this company that I'm I'm building star picks. And production services like who the fuck knows. Stand up I'm like I'm not gathering people together till there's vaccine and now with writing I'm like Yeah Bitch. Focus and just be and I got enough going on Mike. And I'm not like I I. I'm I'm I'm like a busy body, so it's like stay busy, and the creativity comes as it comes I do take like at night. No emails on weekends. No emails just like the fuck away. It's hard on my Sunday and sometimes maybe I will catch up, but it's like no just stay away that work. Is there all the fucking time you know? It's available there and. Yeah what do you what are you? Does even now like I'll stay busy. But I still find myself like avoiding. Certain things that I should be doing like. What do you creative wise? Where do you? What do you keep putting off? You mean like your screenplay type thing. You know I i. have this thing where it's like I have this. Essay I want to write about how Cova, not the great equalizer that just can't right. People are like. Oh, eat glow, equal exposing how poor people are poor and rich people are rich. It's not the equalizer. It's the system dealer I've just been lying to write this essay and I'm like I. Don't know myself as an essay writer yet. But scripts I'm like really sort of. 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"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Visit the Apple Orchard or whatever and I'm in someone's guest house. So. I mean but wait to my you. Why are you acting? Like networking isn't A. Network. Working part, of life. Network it a new line of business. Yes, you've been a professional. Don't act like you just some intern off the street like. You connect with people and Yemen. Shit hits the FAN I. Got, you own. Yeah, you know what a mere doesn't networking on a different level, though like having infinite ability to stay at a state, orchard. That's no. That's not the main thing. No, it's not you don't I. Don't think you have to be in a privileged position to to get those favorites. I just say you're really good person. He doesn't know what I'm being serious guys. Do Stan me apples Amir. Peck? Are you making applesauce baby-boom. A Shea. Brought back to the big city. Of Exit enough applesauce. Do feel like chickens. FRIENDS STATE! Do you feel like extra isolated quarantine or you like W funkaway? Nah I can't wait like all right so what to come back. I lift my apartment. Like of four in the morning. Drive them Beck and normally I would say the first time I came up to Westchester. Like I was making fun of people because my whole join was like I can't go nowhere where there's not. A twenty four hour, former C. near or something, yeah, corner store, and I would make fun of all new. World War our upstate. Proper Yvonne I'm like whatever. But now when I drove here today. I I was relieved to get here like I. Think I'm done with. Cramped living and just the city is. Yeah I read an article. someone made rose article the other day they were talking about how post cove it? They think that New York is going to be a much younger city. Because older. You know catlike, just what you're saying. They're not going with that. Everyone's leaving like in my apartment building right now. Seventy percent of all the residents have left. Good. Canceling! Yeah that that that remains in the air and you know with my join at least coming up. I might be joining them like I've already looked at like four cribs up here already, upstate or Amir we'll be neighbors, and that's ridiculous. Love the way your up here now in Westchester to, but not I mean West is large in you. Name Your your borough Reputa-. What part or not Hudson, which sounds like? It's not. It's I got my eyes on Bruce Bruce. The. That's the Williamsburg. I'm hearing. That's the Williamsburg of a Westerner. That's another place that I could see that. ATLANTA. Where are you I'm in? Brooklyn, but I'm also like I'm too old to do this. I learned almost. Thirty three and I'm like thirty-three-year-old. That's when Jesus returned nuts when. I'm to fucking my an uncomfortable here. My partner in our here and we're like. We've just been driving up to bear mountain every fucking weekend. We're like. like. It's just like I. GotTa get the Puck out here event like I I it just as. Sweet here in everybody's life. High. Tenderness this like new. York City tenderness, but yeah. I think like it's I feel like thirty plus thirty five classes. Just changing the way we thought. We'd. Space I need. Air. Brooklyn that's going to be like. Oh! The scope of everything. It's like sleep away camp. I'm like Oh. Yeah, New York is like sleep away camp and I'm. I'm exhausted. At the end of the summer. Sleep away. Camp I assume that you went to sleep. Wake up I. didn't I was a little nerd. Who would like? Do you know like? I also like Did like teen tours. Or Two, but I was like went home on the weekends to be close to my parents. His tour. We went to Virginia Beach and like main. You take like TRIPS or whatever, but it's not like. By bus trips like certain exactly? Yeah, we did. Yeah, so that sleep away. Camp was like for kids who were ready to start like sexually experimenting and I was like I'm GonNa just bail at that for a while I like. People fog. 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I'm sorry for into. But they do so. It's just grown-ups. All of the of grown up version of the KID Games and you stay there for like a week or so. Whatever and A Buck, wow. I just it looks so fine all right so David Amber got married. They did it like asleep away camp. only problem was it was October. So. It was freezing, but like that weekend they did you did. Twelve year old shit like the potato sack race in. The ZIP line thing and all that stuff, but where we can. You know. I think cool white people should. Cool white because Mike Summer camps. You like as we as you know as you. WHO's asking questions about? Sleep away, can't we don't really know not something that we did. The other camping. Camp like potato sack, existential freedom, or whatever as a potato sack race as in I was trying to think. That's for twelve year old, but. I mean do. has to be like I went to a wedding that was like these two dudes who got married and it was like sleep. Wake him like that for a long weekend. 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"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Was Good. Yard this is quarantine. And is you know we're all trying to figure out this new normal? Much like most of you were working from our homes. so this kind of a disclaimer at the sound quality is an up to usual love supreme standards, just bear with us when we work it out, and we still hope that you enjoy our Tom with the closer and see how she's dealing with these uncertain times. It's kind of Larry, so this is the new course left supreme. Ladies and gentlemen. This is accordion quest. Broadcasting Live from the kibbutz upstate New York welcoming you to. Another quest Supreme Live edition. We got a good show this is. Fun Tikolo was what. And I M Pei Bill. I'm here. and. SACCHARIN Steve Sixty was up. Steve. And light you hello. Ello Ello. My head is also here. BILL So. Where are the wild things here? You've been waiting to get that. Get efforts at. You. As you. Anyway, just wanted to say that our our special guest today. The brilliant former. Formerly known half of the dynamic broad city duo not to mention fresh off of her Amazon a comedy special. The Planet is burning. which is weird because it might not be it actually? WE WANT TO WELCOME! Alana Glazer to Q. LS La addition hey. Thank you for having me Nice meeting. y'All like arms of moving, but no way. Yeah. I went to the Steve. I went to the city for the first time yesterday. To go to my apartment. And it was seven o'clock. And so I participated in the noise making. The clapping and footer people, food, service, workers and everything yeah. Clap clap is sick. With like chips for this I. Hope that's and we hear you. Do. You be like Oh you like Kramer backed off it when I. Snacking as well now down in the flavor was. Dill pickle chips I have a question. Who is quarantining with more than three people? Now, People. Bill. How many people you quarantining with me one? Yes. Loan. Girlfriend. Oh. You're not even live with the frequent frick, no frequent record with their mother head Frick. She's great. No. It. Take. Bro Look. New Hope! She's watching nothing she said. I like this over munchies Okay 'cause I don't know why I assume snacks for. No know they are totally. Little snacks spills nine here house naked. Event Vancouver chickens her right here. Just next. To get up on his these right here. The these trader Joe's chips right here, 'cause you. Why are they gonNA crack. Crack. By what join our pickle chips did not. Like that, you trader Joe's trader Joe's has a russet potatoes kettle kettle tatum chip. Is Amazing right before i. Don't Labor was. Like a kettle. We got it. You know. Everything is better with its kettle, are you? Sorry on Mike. It's hard graces resume. You guys don't everything but the Bagel from trader Joe's. have. Got Emami Lumumba's to new. It's like three new seasons trader. Joe's Oh really I I just I. Know that everything Bagel, one and I do. I, just lick my hand. Put a little. Everything has so lingered I saw an empty bottle on the sidewalk. There I was like that weren't empty and I would potentially still like. That Sunday! It. Is. It's a game changer everything about the bail. At Ruth I'm just GONNA. Say Trader. Joe's. It really is the best thing ever of them, not being located in any hood in any city, but outside of that they are amazing. Yeah! Okay I was asking the number count of of people sharing. Space. Quarantining because now I know to so when I was young when I was young. When I was young, my dad was notorious for he was one of them. DADS. That would mark the juice bottle with the A sharpie. and L don't drink much like this. My Shit. Don't touch it. Oh! I mean people with you? Oh. The video you're! GonNa Sam. What night. Yes chicken. I was amber. Are we in in protest bill. Not Doing. Bro. Mean 'cause a Lotta eaten. Thank you. Snack wait an restaurant with your dad, dad or his first name. I don't. Know he just mark. The apple juice bottle? Where was last? Where he lasts not. He was Super Petty. It's DAD's. This is like the level checking on the kids. Issues we issues about the juice level light in a black in a black hole. Juice juice is like. Right that's that's. You know that's currency. Is GonNa have all the water I want. As long as I feel the water bottle backup, you know by the time it gets the bottom, but. But you gotta go to the cell phone. You can't. House Jews. House Jews and he would also house. His, intimation. By the intimate pecan kicks. Law! But only asking. Out Now that I'm sharing space. And I'm like looking forward to like my snack. And then. Somebody, Gotcha it's. ISLA. Petty Myself. What was it? Please tell me what was the snack lease. You know. It's. Like it's a community here so. Eight Have you noticed? I'm like looking this direction. You right there. You Ain't locked in you locked in a coat all you just. Wonder. Ten People Watching right now. Know what? 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"j. glazer" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP course. Loves SUPREME IS A PRODUCTION OF IHEARTRADIO? Was Good your this Corentin and is you know. We're all trying to figure out this new normal much like most of you were working from our homes So this kind of a disclaimer at the sound quality is an up to Usual Love Supreme Standards Just bear with us when we work it out and we still hope that you enjoy our Tom with the police and see how she's dealing with these uncertain times. It's kind of Larry. So this is the new course left Supreme Ladies and gentlemen this is Corinthian Quest Broadcasting Live from the kibbutz upstate New York welcoming you to another quest Supreme Live edition. We got a good show. This is fun Tikolo was what and I M Pei Bill. I'm here and SACCHARIN Steve. Sixty was up Steve and light. You Hello Ello Ello. My head is also here Bill so where are the wild things here? You've been waiting to get that get efforts at you as you anyway Just wanted to say that our our special guest today. The brilliant former formerly known half of the dynamic broad city duo Not to mention fresh off of her Amazon. A comedy special. The Planet is burning which is weird because it might not be it. Actually we want to welcome Alana Glazer to Q. Ls La addition. Hey thank you for having me. Nice meeting you like arms of moving but no way. Yeah I went to the Steve. I went to the city for the first time yesterday to go to my apartment and it was seven o'clock and so I've participated in the noise making the clapping footer. People food service workers and everything. Yeah Clap Clap. Is Sick with like chips for this. I hope that's and.
Los Angeles Rams' Allen 1st NFL player to reveal positive COVID-19 test
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Staying Elevated with Robert Glazer, CEO of Acceleration Partners
"Rubber. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so we were joking before the call with everything going on. I think we're down to rationing zoom. Here you know it's bad when you rationing Zumikon. You're not though because we have another great episode today and Robert Excited to have you join us. Your career compromises many things. You're speaker writer. Ceo You're doing a lot out there so it's exciting have your show thanks Yeah Interesting Times. They really are so. You're the CEO of acceleration partners. And if we were meeting six feet apart of course on the street and introducing ourselves how would you go about describing what you do in your work? Yes warn you in advance? I describe you what we do. And then I'll just give you an example because it does. The description doesn't do forever anyone so we manage affiliate programs or partner programs We're one of the largest agency that kind of builds a manage these programs. Which are it's a performance? Based digital channel. Where a a merchant or retailer gets together and rather than pay for. Click on impression. They enter kind of a almost a digital business about relationship with that partner that partner can promote their products and services in there actually paid when there's an outcome so the example would be you know you talk about my books and then you post this podcast and you. Your podcast has joined the Amazon affiliate program and you do affiliate links to my book so that when you drive people to buy my books on on Amazon and then they do that You know you get a cut of that. So that's a the Amazon has a pretty huge associate program. We manage it for a lot of other kinda retail brands March Brad. So did did that help. Yeah that's a good description and if we're to back it up though into your personal life who who are you. Where'd you grow up I grew up outside of Boston Massachusetts in a in a town called Brookline. You know as a kid who kind of did everything I don't want I don't think I excelled at anything but I did everything I get it. Sports Find School. I think I have a pretty familiar story to a lot of entrepreneurs which is like as I got into school. I just As sort of creative problem solver Constantly told and I think he's really living up to his ability in fact. I do a presentation. Wade's my opening book. Which I put eight years of report cards up to any literally all say the same thing. It's like wow. We think he could do better. Sounds familiar with the sort of weighed on me Because no one really. Kinda told me how I could do better. Why could do better or that like the things that they wanted me to do? Where were you know about conforming and coloring in the lines and and that's just not the stuff I'm good at so you know we can go in into that whole trip? I? I don't think my life really changes in Iffy away until I realized that all of those things that people were trying to get me not to do for years. We're actually we might unique strengths and the things that I really lean into now and in my business my personalized at what point in your life did you start to realize. That was an epiphany. Was it just? You know years of kind of banging your head up against the wall. What was that moment or series of moments? Like where they were to mean breakthrough moments for me so I. I did fine in school. I did well enough to like. Keep my parents off my back because the repercussions whereas I went to. It's GonNa be a great student and and and it wasn't until I got through in college. I got through by sort of core curriculum and I went abroad first semester and I I was exposed to business marketing and just loved it and realize like those were the things I had always been been. Good at and I was also coincidentally Kinda done with my Your prerequisites And so I came back all classes. I wanted to take I sort of was able to get independent Major I took business in industrial psychology. And like I got kind of almost you know the junior year so I really realized Ashley Loved Learning. I just have to learn things that I'm interested in. I just can't learn things that I'm not interested in. It's just I don't know whether it's part of the. Add or or whatever but it's also not worth it. And I think that's when I realized that I had sort of confuses whole time like I didn't know I love to learn because I wasn't interested in most of the stuff that I was in learning and so then when I got engaged on staff I am trying to make up for for a lot of years later after I started the business We kinda got a couple million. I went to a pretty Intensive leadership program that SORTA stripped us down understand our core values came out of that really feeling like guy. I'm still not living to my potential. And just realign my whole life and business around my core values. Once I could articulate those and that's that's kind of when I started cooking with gas. That's really interesting. You bring that up. Was that experience. Would you describe it as like traumatic difficult? How did you face that reality? Because that's kind of where now is just Taking a really honest look and Step back with the help of a you know really specialized Let's just call it like performance program. You know it's funny i. I've been doing this for so long. Have been helping our teams to now do this and understand their core values. 'cause I think it it locks so much into them but but most people i. I now accused of being a therapist but first of all I love which is good which I think all the best CEOS ultimately are the people around right. I run a large professional services business. Nothing I ever deal with isn't a people problem whether it's a client or a partner or an employee and one of the things I've learned in my journey and it's not just I mean it's just so obvious that people what I've noticed is for. Most people is that their purpose lies very close to pain and and for some people. It's obvious like they grew up in someone in their family was affected by cancer and so they went and became a doctor other people. It's really obvious and sitting in front of them but they haven't made the connection so I had a friend We work with the call me last week and was talking about some jobs that they were looking at and and all kinds of stuff and and and really trying to figure out what was the best opportunity and how important it was to help people to make connection and bring people together and help them be heard and I know this person is is is gay but you know very openly gay and and actually said after bunch because he's going around trying to understand what he was actually looking for in a job and he just kept talking about I said. Do you think that that it's maybe not related? That these things are really important to you in work. And it's basically how you lead and you kind of large part of your life kind of had to hide entire part of And there's just like thirty seconds of silence on the phone and then he was like I don't understand how I missed that right. I was just I was just listening to it. But but I've had these conversations over and over and and for a lot of people I think the connection is really clear And for others it there. They just haven't seen it and once he does really powerful because I think it's it's super motivating when you understand why you do what you do. It's not it's not about being a victim it's not about not honoring that but you know most people are really you know they're trying to solve something that that is personal it's Namur passionate in there. Either is something that would form of the happen. Usually from either positive or negative experience earlier in their life definitely. I think that you know exploring. That is so difficult right. Because you're just mean when you experience it and you experience what it's like to be blind sided with something that you've been oblivious to for sometimes a decade or multiple decades. It's not easy right. It's a confidence shake. It's a punching gut. It's whatever you WANNA call it but as you go through that and start to like reconstructor identity I think there's a lot of opportunities to emerge into something new so when you started to emerge into something new after this program What was that process like for you and was it like taking the weights off. Did you like you know? Take the emergency brake off. What was that like? Yeah I mean I it two ways right. I think yeah. It is euphoric so when you and I talked about this in my book elevate I I think that we all know our core values like when we cross them and we feel it. We just can't articulate them or we can't see them well enough to make a decision on them I was driving through the car in the dark. And you hit the side of the tunnel and then you know to bounce off and then you hit the other side writes. Your car's pretty battered. But like you know when you hit the guardrail while if the lights were on the lines were painted you'd stay from from from the guardrails so I think when you start looking at this you put this together. I did have this sort of moment. Wanted all came together for me like it's kind of like look back and someone takes this like Stencil and lays it on your life like Oh my God. It all makes sense now. Everything everything that worked in didn't work and people and relationships in jobs like I I look at it under the Stencil and it all makes sense
7 Unconventional Ways We Run Our Companies |
"I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about seven confessional ways. We've run our companies all right so I will start with way number one so we have a hybrid remote model so we like remote were remote friendly. I'll say it that way. So on the agency side. Because we can having to serendipity of people getting creative and talking in a room and there's just a lot of ideas that go back and forth and a lot of touch points on that we do a three to model meaning that were in the offices Monday through Wednesday and Thursday Friday. People work from home and they really liked that model because Thursday Friday ticket to just focus on the work and then by the time. Monday rolls around. They're excited to come back into work. And then when did her Wednesday crinkle meetings again and just go back home? So that's worked out really well for us over the years so this would be number two unconventional way that I run my companies is I was put a CEO in place. So I'm a big believer. No matter what I do. You always want someone leading the ship. Whose amazing operations growing recruiting and I believe in folks as well also every time. I'm running a business a technically one. I never run a business but to put a CEO in place who's been successful. And when I heard the usual look for someone who's done it successfully before at least two times because if they've only done it successfully once it could be locked done at twice. The chances are they really are good at it so they should be able to do it a third time. Yup and the other thing. I'll say is probably applies Neil as well but we are generally pretty direct with our feedback. Sometimes there's organizations where they actually all tied in with a couple of things but people will sugarcoat things right. People don't WanNa rock the boat. They don't want to make people feel sad. They don't want people cry generally my personality and Neal's first now is we delivered read feedback if things aren't going well it's like hey we're seeing this with the numbers right now. Does seem like things are going. Well what can I do to help right? We delivered directly back. But it's also comes from a place of continued to help the company before because the company is a high performance sports team so if things aren't going well for someone over time that what will try to do we got this from Bob. Glazer from acceleration. Partners is someone's done well for us over the years and it just doesn't seem to be clicking anymore. We'll offer a mindful transition program. Meaning that you know. We'll help them find something and we'll continue to pay them and then we'll make it a good thing for them where the departure was amicable and it wasn't like someone got fired from that right so there's no surprises on both sides. So that is what number three number four. I love creating ten percent. Profit sharing pool for people who can just crank and generate revenue. And I make a dog eat dog world where it doesn't matter what your title is depending on your performance. That's how much you can end up getting the lowest person on the totem pole. But if you're producing the most impact for the business in theory you can have a bigger stake of a profit-sharing pool. Now I try to do this for all my companies. It doesn't always work out and the reason being is when you first start amount allowed times. You're losing money or breaking even in those cases you can't have a profit sharing will once they grow to be big enough then rolled out that concept and I took a lot of the modeling from profit-sharing pool from Sequoia if you look out partners at sequoia capital when they invest in companies and they have home runs and exits? They don't just split the money evenly? The people who bring the best deals in performed the best tend to make the most money from that will all right number five. We encourage people to have side projects because we think the work that we do requires creative thinking so if you're working on side projects a lot of creative work that you're doing is actually going to carry over into company. Someone has a creative project really takes off good for them. They can start their own thing more power to them but at the same time my company actually got the benefit from the learnings that they put forth and the experiments that they read so better across the board people feel happier. And you don't WanNa limit people saying oh you can have side projects. I'm as long as not competitive to the company that they're part of Dan. There's generally no complaints another unconventional thing that we do in this is number six. We're really big on lunch and learns and I know a lot of companies are rolling that out and they'll disc of like a presentation on a topic are way doesn't work out that way so like for example on my last lunch and learn that I did. I tend to do myself. I'll end up breaking on topic so the topic was content. Marketing and blogging. And I went over with a group of how to write amazing content for blog posts and I didn't care what department they were in. Everyone had to start writing blog posts and on the spot so the lunch last hour. So I'm telling people to come up with the topic of teaching them how to write an introduction having them do it right then and there on the spot and then they got to read it out loud and I'm critiquing them critiquing. Everyone's I'm doing it in a positive proactive way where we can learn from it. When I'm critiquing I'm telling him here's what you can fix and how to make it better so I'll do these types of lunch and learn every other week and the reason being is helps people sharpen up their skills. No matter what position you're in you can always learn more. You can always be sharper. And I don't like just the concept of teaching strategies talking as you want them to do it because the moment they're doing it and implementing it that means are learning it and it works out much better for them versus them just reading about it all right last but not least number seven so we got this from Jeff Bezos. This is how Amazon things so back in the day. Even now they do. Something called memos and this could be basically. Let's Neil comes up with an idea right instead of saying. Hey I'm going to call a meeting because I have a new idea you're required to write a memo and sometimes really good memo takes a week or longer to write and it's basically okay. Here's the new idea but it starts with the press release so everyone is a down in a room and the read. The press release I another read frequently asked questions an overview around the idea. What resources required all this different stuff? So it's basically like a speck of the project with the press. Release in there so people can get a good idea of what they're trying to accomplish but what happens there after everyone had room the read the memo for maybe ten to thirty minutes or so then a debate will happen and then you know the last five minutes of the meeting. Basically there'll be a decision that will be made now what this basically forces is. It will scare people from basically throwing meetings whenever they WANNA throw meetings and forces clarity of thought as well and then also because you know everyone read the document and all the questions are answered from that document because that person all the effort you get a decision much faster and you move a lot faster and when you call a memo meeting like that. You're also very cognizant of all the time that you're going to take from the other people because if you're dragging a bunch of busy executives into a room and you know you clearly didn't think through things and they're not happy at the end of it. You are going to be in trouble at the end so memo expensive too right. You're wasting everyone's time everyone's getting paid. Which is a huge expense company? Neil you and I think about that all the time if people are just sitting in meetings kind of just messing around. We're just thinking about all the money going out the door right. Do we have a rule to in our AD agency. We don't like more than three people in a meeting. And it's not that we don't want meetings. We want people to work on the client work and not just sitting doing meeting. Because if you're sitting in a meeting you're not getting work done for our client. Sure you need meetings here and there to strategize figure out what we're doing how we're getting people better results but is not going to happen unless you go out there and do the work so we don't want people in meetings all day. Yeah Fun thing. I'll say from my side is I was reading hacker news. Basically you can just Google Amazon Hacker News and Jeff Basil's memo something like that right you'll find it and people that used to work for Amazon ended up starting their own companies. They said by far the biggest impact thing they got was learning how to take that memo system into their new company. And so I actually got it after. I was reading the Amazon shareholder letters. There's this book that summarize all the shareholder letters Dow's biggest takeaway. I got from that book so we started doing it and the results have been incredible so far so I'll have to report again on it. Maybe in a year or so but so far so good so I recommend checking that
Bills to land WR Diggs in trade with Vikings
"The bills first I see first reported I think from Jay Glazer from NFL I'd fax the bills the Buffalo Bills required wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a trade with the Vikings and you said Adam Schefter has more information as a shifter put out what the other parts the deal A. R. the bills are sending a first round pick a fifth round pick a sixth round pick and twenty twenty one fourth round pick for digs and a twenty twenty seventh round pick she thinks the Texans feel right now yeah that's a ton that's W. said I mean that's the whole that's the whole you're given up for de Andre Hopkins or at least what should have been writing up for de Andre Hopkins yeah he is no where Stefon Diggs being is nowhere near the caliber of receiver that the Andre Hopkins is now no he's not and that's amazing what a great move for the bills huh great move for the bills the Vikings get more and so so now the Vikings become well you you would think better he didn't want to play for the river last year with the injuries they had a tight end out wide receiver that also him not getting the ball and prodding and being upset that he didn't get the ball and now do you see the contract getting paid to Kirk cousins it
Who Put the Baby in King Cake?
"We Cubans Mark Our holidays with glee cheer and often mouth watering desserts. Entered the New Orleans King. Cake the frosted coffee cake like sweet roll typically eaten between January sixth and fat Tuesday. Which is the day before lent begins? It's a staple of the Mardi gras season for those unfamiliar with this festive dessert. The New Orleans version is often made of rich Danish style dough braided and shaped into a large ring in often with one or a variety of fillings. Think cinnamon sugar chocolate. Raspberry preserves chopped sugar cons or sweetened. Cream cheese it's usually covered in a suite glazer frosting and decorated with Gold Green and purple sugar or icing and of course hidden somewhere within the tender layers of this frosted treat is a small plastic baby which sounds real weird if you're unfamiliar so let's back up a little. Because the origins of King cake go way back and yes. There are kings involved. Kim Cake derives from the holiday. Three Kings Day also called tiffany which is a Christian Feast Day celebrated on January sixth with the day after the Twelfth Day Christmas this holiday celebrates the Biblical Tale of the Three Kings Aka. Three wise men or madge by visiting the baby. Jesus it kicks off the Mardi Gras or carnival season which lasts until the first day of lent which is a moving holiday that falls forty days before Easter. Anyway the three kings are. Why can cakes are a seasonal treats in the shape of a crown or a more or less circular band anyway? Those three colors decorated with our symbolic purple for justice. Green for faith and gold for power and tradition holds that the plastic baby in the cake represents Jesus just as Jesus showed himself to the three wise men he will show himself to those enjoying king cake. Whoever finds the baby in there slice is crowned King or Queen for a day or hosts the next Mardi gras celebration or at least buys the cake next year? It's a lucky. Token other Tokens Coins. Peas. Pecans beans were what was up in the past and may still show up hundreds of thousands of king cakes or sold at New Orleans Mardi gras season. I couldn't track down a firm total but the big commercial bakeries ramp up to producing three thousand five hundred king cakes per day. Their busiest the Danish style dough is the most popular. But it's not the only kind either flakier or fluffier dough can sometimes be found and New Orleans isn't the only place to serve king cakes by far in northern France. You can find glut their Roy a flaky. Puff Pastry was sweet almond. Filling Bulgaria and Greece have similar dishes traditionally served around the New Year but the New Orleans. Pancake is closer to the Toda. Roy from southern France made with Brioche and the Rosca de raise from Spain a ring of sweet bread topped with icing and candied fruit. Which makes sense given these Spanish and southern French settlers and colonists who got the city started in the seventeen hundreds but Mardi gras and other carnival celebrations have roots. That go way back. People have been celebrating the end of winter and the return of longer warmer days up forever. Since the first brave human dared to celebrate ancient Babylonia may have held first Carnival Circuit Two thousand six hundred BC E. This was a festival that celebrated Mirth and change through satire by making a show of role reversals. There would be a parade through the streets. A pair of peasants would be royalty for the day and royalty would act like fools pranks played. Folks would wear costumes depicting social classes other than their own and everyone partied. Sound a little familiar. These traditions were incorporated into and or disseminated through Grecian and Roman cultural traditions. The first king cakes make all the way back ancient Rome. As part of the celebration of Saturnalia. A Winter Solstice and harvest festival a pastry would be baked with the fava bean hidden inside and the finder would be named king for the day. The tradition became a part of epiphany celebrations in the Middle Ages. The fava bean was sometimes replaced by porcelain token of a crowned head to take some of the pagan out of it. When Spain France spread their outposts to the Americas the king tradition came with them and took on a life of Zone particularly in New Orleans. The baby trinket didn't come along until a bakery called Mackenzie's came up with the idea in the nineteen fifties. At first these figures were made out of porcelain and baked inside the cake. But we're eventually replaced with plastic which comes alongside the cake due to concerns about baking plastic. These early cakes were more brioche like or pedals they like and didn't have filling. That didn't come around until the nineteen eighties as acres began adding more eggs and sugar to the recipes or straight up switching to Danish pastry recipes. An anecdotal tail puts the first commercial. Filled can cakes in New Orleans tonight. Eighty-three according to Baker Jones semen that year baked four filled cakes? Her husband took one to work and they got twenty five calls about filled cakes within thirty minutes through the nineteen eighties and nineties. Cajun and creole food became national trends and shipping technology improved as well allowing for more or less affordable overnight shipping then in two thousand four the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina honed New Orleans sense of community history and pride and both local and national hunger for these traditional dishes which means that celebrates have a veritable glut of kinky options today. Miniature king cakes can kick doughnuts. Can Kate Vodka can take bourbon? Milk Punch can kick smoothies and of course in a city that loves the party. A whole can cake festival held in late. January
Why Political Texts Are Blowing Up Your Phone
"Candidates have been sliding into your DM's more than ever politicians are turning to texting to get the word out. But are they allowed to do that? Turns out it's a bit of a legal gray area our politics and tech reporter. Emily Glazer will join us to
Record labels rush to IPO amid music streaming boom
"Last year was the year of the Unicorn. Ipo parade this year. Not so much where mostly just waiting to see what AIRBNB is going to do but there is going to be a bunch of new. Ipo's coming soon from a very specific space. A lot of the record labels are planning to go public warner music. Group filed to go public two weeks ago. Universal Music Group is planning to IPO in the coming years. It said in Vivendi earnings report last week. And there's all sorts of investment and acquisition and merger chatter across the whole industry. Why well suddenly thanks to music streaming? The music industry is feeling flush and bullish. It's not that record. Labels are making as much money as they did in the golden olden days before napster. It's just that the bleeding has stopped and the industry has turned around. The labels have seen double digit revenue growth for each of the last few years basically revenue is growing. The charts are all moving in the right direction. Finally things are going up not down. So people are rushing to cash in and the record companies also seemed to have gotten with the Times quoting axios. The record companies have transformed themselves into music entertainment companies that provide services to all artists at any stage of their career and regardless of whether they are signed to that label says Mitch Glazer Chairman and CEO of the recording industry of America in a phone interview with axios quote that kind of diversification expands. Revenue options creates more opportunity in the industry and creates more competition says Glazer Glazer notes that the record labels today provide everything from social media strategy to merchandising for artists not just distribution deals. Miller notes that in the digital era and not every artist will rely on a label for distribution quote labels are much more willing and in fact must meet the artists where they are and quote paid. Subscriptions are now eighty percent of streaming music revenue which is up from just twenty five percent only five years ago so people are finally paying for. Music again. No wonder the industry is feeling its oats. Still there could be a natural sealing to all of this people don't seem to be willing to pay anything more than about ten dollars a month for music. Subscriptions and unlike in the video space you cannot entice people with exclusive content because of people are paying for music they want all the music not just a subsection of it so once everyone signs up for streaming this all hit a brick wall quote. I think that's why these companies want to go public now. I think there's some growth limits to this model says Miller end quote
Child Among 195 Evacuated From China Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Taken To Hospital With Fever
"A child under corona virus quarantine along with almost two hundred other Americans at a military base of riverside has been taken to the hospital after coming down with a fever child and a parent or being tested after being evacuated last week on the part of China with the outbreak was first detected in LA county about fourteen thousand people have now signed an online petition calling on one school district to cancel all classes due to fears about the virus case you're the booster Glazer has that story el hambre is located in the San Gabriel Valley the heart of LA's Asian American community thousands of people have signed this change dot org petition which says an environment like a school could maximize the spread of the corona virus the school district tells the same Gabriel Valley Tribune those fears are overblown and the petition is not based on the facts and the district doesn't have the authority to cancel classes unless an emergency is declared by the state or by the county health department or office of education so far that hasn't happened the school district is also speaking out against rumors that students are banned from wearing face masks which isn't true but it says masks are not effective in preventing
What to Watch in the Final Debate Before the Iowa Caucus
"Is the first Democratic presidential debate of the New Year and the last before next month's Iowa Caucus voters begin the process of picking a Democratic nominee dominy to take on president trump in November. Just six candidates will be on stage tonight a much smaller field than in previous debates joining me now with more on what to watch for for his Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Emily. I want to start with impeachment. We now know that the House has vote tomorrow. Wednesday on sending the articles of impeachment Richman over to the Senate and the schedule there in the Senate could cut down on campaign time during a crucial period for some of these candidates. What should we keep an eye on? Tonight tonight's going to be really interesting because we'll see some of these candidates likely bring up impeachment and what it means especially for the senator so let's not forget we've got Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar on the debate stage. We've also got Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado who didn't qualify for the debate. So they're still four senators running and trying to get the Democratic nomination for president and most all of them have said in prior events and reiterated again and again that they will fill their senatorial duties. You know that they would participate in any trial as a senator. You know there are juror and you know it really comes up where they'll have surrogates out on the trail and we don't know exactly how they'll plant split their time but we know that they will need to split their time. Okay let's shift gears to foreign policy. See there's a lot of talk about that here and it's likely the candidates will be asked to weigh in on. US policy specifically toward Iran after the strike that killed military leader. Kacem Sulejmani. Imani what will you be looking out for a have to imagine. This is gonNA come up during the debate. Stage after the trump administration ordered the strike that really unprompted rebukes not only from Democrats in Congress but especially on the campaign trail and a number of the Democratic contenders for president. Really said that they they thought that president trump had brought the US to the brink of war. We've got Senator Bernie Sanders who used the Iran. Tensions to highlight former vice president. Joe Biden's ends two thousand to vote. That was when he was a senator and he voted for the Iraq war and then Mr Sanders. At that time he was a member of the House voted against it and Mr Sure Sanders allies have argued that Joe Biden did not choke a judgment about engagement overseas whereas Joe Biden's allies on the other hand said the Bush administration misled Congress in the public ahead of the war and let's not forget former vice president. Joe Biden has repeatedly on the campaign trail stressed his experience in terms of foreign policy and how he was really a point person during the Obama administration on that end. And let's not forget http Buddha judge. He's the former South Bend Indiana mayor and he is going to be the only military veteran on the stage. And it's something that he is likely to bring up experience if any foreign policy discussion emerges Peter Judges thirty seven years old and he's really called for a new generation of leadership in the US. Let's turn to the candidates themselves this week. We saw a bit of a skirmish between Senator Sanders and Warren. Who said that her colleague had told her in two thousand eighteen? That at a woman couldn't win the presidency. Sanders says that was not true. How might this impact the dynamics on the debate stage tonight you know? The friendship between Senators Warren and Sanders is being tested. They've got people from all different sides saying what their version of. That story is from that that dinner. That has come up on a a lot of it. You know non animus sources and even earlier today we saw Bernie Sanders campaign manager had basically tweeted. Let's not forget what we're fighting for here so so but there's definitely a lot of tension between these two candidates who are both viewed as pretty far to the left and have a lot of overlap in supporter. So it's going GonNa be really interesting to see if they are engaging with each other if the tension is still there on the debate stage or if they're just going to try to brush it off and and focus on what. The campaigns have sat are their top priority. which is defeating president trump? A follow up on Sanders. He's doing pretty well in the polls lately and has so far avoided needed a lot of criticism on the debate stage. Seems like from what you're saying. That might change tonight. Indeed so for a while it was seemed like Bernie Sanders was really not going to critique anyone align and the few times that he did. It's come up a little bit. It was almost like I can believe it. You Know Sanders is going to go after someone whereas other candidates would be have a little that sharper elbows but we think that it's possible. A lot of candidates might pile on to Bernie Sanders because he read a lot of the headlines. Recently while a lot of them say Bernice Une- is back. That's based on a couple things. He's got some good polling results. Recently he was leading the field in a really closely watched Iowa poll that it just came out on Friday. And let's not forget Bernie Sanders had a massive fund raising haul. He brought in thirty four point. Five million dollars. which is the most of any Democratic presidential candidate so far this cycle emily one final question and that's on diversity which the candidates have been questioned about previously there? Will we six white candidates on the debate stage tonight. That's after New Jersey. Senator Corey Booker dropped. His Bid and entrepreneur. Andrew Yang failed to qualify. How do you think the candidates candidates will be addressing that tonight? It'll be really interesting to see how or if it comes up. The Democratic Party has to appeal to a massive base of black voters Latino voters and the growing Asian American Pacific islander population so even if the candidates on the debate stage are not diverse the Democratic Democrat Party. Very much as it's going to be really interesting to see if they bring it up on their own or if they're asked about it did come up in the Los Angeles US Democratic debate which was the last one just a couple of weeks ago and Andrew Yang who is the only diverse candidate on the stage then was asked about it and he said he was both honored privilege but also couldn't believe that he was the only diverse candidate on this stage so we still have former Massachusetts governor. Deval Patrick running in last minute bid. That really hasn't been able to gain a lot of traction and like you said entrepreneurial. Andrew Young didn't qualify for this debate and Cory Booker New Jersey senator. The judge dropped out earlier. This Week and California senator. Kamala Harris dropped out before the Los Angeles debate. So there's been a lot of changes recently and you you know. We'll just kinda see what happens. In terms of the candidates not necessarily representing the Democratic Party voter base. Tonight plenty to watch for this evening. Wall Wall Street Journal reporter Emily Glazer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me the debate airs on CNN nine PM Eastern.