35 Burst results for "J. Smith"
Rep. Debbie Dingell: Biden Can Monitor the Border Through Photos
"Listen to Sandra Smith, Fox News channel, interviewing Debbie dingell over Biden's absurd assertion that there are more important things than the border. Listen to this. Would you like to see him visit the border? I don't care if he visits the border or not. He doesn't need to visit the border to know we've got a problem. He's got people that report to him every day about what the problem is. And sometimes we fixate on these little issues. Do you think the president doesn't know we got a problem at the border and what the issues are? I know he does. But not necessary to see it firsthand. That's a little issue. I think he knows it's got to be addressed. He's gotten the reports you've seen the photos. So that's, I mean, at some point, he may or may not come, but I think he knows what's got to get fixed and you've seen him begin that process. Wow. How about that? I guess when a president goes to a funeral or goes to inspect a hurricanes an area devastated by a hurricane or a tornado, he doesn't really want. What's he going there for? He's got people that can tell him how bad it is. Can you imagine a sitting president telling the world he thinks there are bigger fish to fry? Than the border?
Edey stands tall as No. 4 Boilermakers rout Hofstra 85-66
"Zack Edie had a double double by halftime to lead fourth ranked Purdue's 85 66 route of hofstra. Edie finished with 23 points and 18 rebounds, helping the boiler makers improve to 9 or no for the second straight season. Teammate Caleb first says Edie makes the offense go. Just with the way that he can pass out of the post, score all these things. You know, we just kind of have to play off of him and we've been able to do that so far. Braden Smith and Trey Kaufman ran each added 13 points for Purdue, which scored the first 9 points and led 20 to two less than 6 minutes into the game. I'm Dave ferry.
Microsoft strikes 10-year deal with Nintendo on Call of Duty
"Microsoft says it has struck a deal to make the video game bestseller Call of Duty available on Nintendo. Don't let anyone tell you video games are just for kids. Activision Blizzard says their latest iteration of Call of Duty Modern Warfare two, which retails for about $70, has earned more than $1 billion in sales since it was launched in late October. Now Xbox maker Microsoft, which is working on acquiring Activision, has promised to make the hit series available for Nintendo and a ten year deal. The merger of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard is facing close scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission and global regulators. The Nintendo offers an apparent attempt to fend off objections from Sony, which makes the competing PlayStation console Sony has raised concerns about losing access to what it describes as a must have game title. Microsoft president Brad Smith said the agreement would bring Call of Duty to more gamers and tweeted we'll be happy to hammer out a deal for PlayStation as well. I'm Jennifer King.
Finney-Smith's late 3 helps Mavs to 116-115 win over Nuggets
"The Mavericks had just enough at the end to escape Denver with a one 16 one 15 victory. When the nuggets double teamed Luka Dončić that freed up Dorian Finney Smith to hit the game winning three pointer with 17 seconds left. It was Chapman Luca. They ended up putting a 5 man on me, so it was either going to be me or a swing swing, but they were stunting and it was living with me shooting. So I'm just happy we got the win. Tim Hardaway, junior was game high with 29 points for the Mavs who have won three straight. The nuggets have lost three in a row. Bruce Morton, Denver
DOJ subpoenas state election officials for Trump documents
"The Justice Department has subpoenaed elections officials in four states for documents involving former president Donald Trump. They're the first known subpoenas by special counsel Jack Smith, who was named last month to oversee probes of classified documents at Trump's Florida home and key parts of the investigation of the capitol riot and Trump's bid to stay in power. Smith is asking officials in Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, and Pennsylvania for communications with or involving Trump. His aides and a list of allies involved in his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. The subpoenas are the clearest sign yet that snits work will include looking at fake electors that were part of Trump's attempt to subvert the election count and certification. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Will Smith's 'Emancipation' role taught him lesson post-slap
"Actor Will Smith returns with his first film since his slap at the Oscars that got him banned from the ceremony for ten years. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Will Smith had already finished making Emancipation when he slapped Chris Rock over a joke at the Oscars in March. Smith says his fear is that his actions would overshadow the film, which is about a man named Peter who tries to escape slavery, Smith says he's willing to face any criticism of himself, head on. One of the lessons from Peter is suffering leads to Salvation. So I am comfortable taking my medicine. Emancipation will be out Friday on Apple TV plus.
Former B's coach Cassidy wins; Boston's home streak ends
"Former bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy has returned to Boston was a success as his Vegas golden knights defeated the bruins four three in a shootout and handed the bruins their first home law, so the season. The scoring for Vegas started early one 36 into the game when Paul caught or scored the first of his two goals. The golden knights added two more, including Qatar's second in the game before the burins got anything pass Vegas goaltender Logan Thompson, who made 40 saves in the win. The bruins tied at three O 8 into the third on Taylor hall's power play goal, but the golden knights won the game on the only goal of the shootout, a 5th round goal by Riley Smith. Greg kadesky, Boston.
Justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights
"The Supreme Court is in its latest clash over religion and gay rights in the case of a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for a gay couples. Lori Smith says ruling against her would force artists of all types to do work against their beliefs. The high court's conservative majority sounded sympathetic with Neil Gorsuch describing Smith as someone who will and does sell websites to everyone. But she won't sell a website that requires her to express a view about marriage that she finds offensive to her religious beliefs. The big question from Sonia Sotomayor and the liberals. How about people who don't believe in interracial marriage? Or about people who don't believe that disabled people should get married? What's where's the line? Colorado and most other states have a law saying if a product is offered to the public, it must be offered to all customers. The high court has sided with religious plaintiffs in a series of cases, Sagar Meghani, Washington.
Delivery Driver Charged With Kidnapping, Killing Girl
"A FedEx driver has confessed to abducting and killing this beautiful little 7 year old girl, Athena strand, after he delivered a package to the girl's home. Police found the little girl's body, southeast of Boyd, Texas, where she lived. The driver, a 31 year old, named Tanner Lynn Horner, is sitting in jail right now, being charged with capital murder and aggravated kidnapping, he has apparently admitted to the crime. He's confessed. Now, I'm not going to compare the abduction and murder of a little 7 year old child. To those who are complaining about a Christmas production at a church in north Texas. I know, I know it's not the same thing. I'm not comparing them. But in a way, aren't they sort of similar stories? There's so much evil. Isn't it, I mean, obviously it's an unspeakable evil to target a child like this, and I have to admit, I obsess over why these things happen. 31 year old guy, he's a FedEx delivery guy. How many people in Texas probably encountered him in a normal day to today interaction? Oh, here's your president. Here's your package, mister Smith. Oh, thanks, young man. And now he's in jail. Having confessed apparently to seeing a little 7 year old child playing in the street, abducting her and murdering her.
Geno Smith hits Metcalf for late TD, Seahawks top Rams 27-23
"The Seahawks scored a late touchdown to pull out a 27 23 win against the rams. Gino Smith connected with DK Metcalf on an 8 yard scoring pass with 36 seconds to play. Smith had a career high 367 yards passing and three touchdowns. That's what I pride myself on. You know, my guys, being able to count on me. No matter the situation, being reliable for the team for the city and just going out there and winning. Seattle moves to 7 and 5 and stays in the playoff chase, the rams dropped to three and 9. Mark Myers englewood California
Hurts has 3 TD passes plus TD run, Eagles beat Titans 35-10
"The eagles got another big effort from quarterback jail on hertz and a 35 Chan win over the Titans, hertz rapper one touchdown through for three, two of those passes to AJ Brown, the other two though I take Smith. For us to be successful as a team, every man has to be able to step up and take advantage of the opportunity. And we've been fortunate to have guys like AJ and smithy take advantage of those opportunities when they come. Earth finished with 380 yards passing for a Philadelphia who approved to 11 and one. Miles Sanders had a touchdown run for the birds, Ryan Tannehill, had a fixed down password Tennessee in the loss. Michael Luang go, Philadelphia
Both sides see high stakes in gay rights Supreme Court case
"A controversial case on whether a Colorado website designer must do work for same sex couples is going before the U.S. Supreme Court Monday. Groups on both sides of the issue are already expressing their views. If 63 year old Laurie Smith is allowed not to serve gay couples. Liberal groups warn black people Muslims, Jews, and migrants could also be subject to discrimination. But conservative groups argue if the high court forces Smith to design wedding websites for same sex couples against her religious beliefs, other artists like photographers, writers, and musicians, could be forced to do work that violates their faith. This Colorado case going before the conservative majority high court is the second in 5 years, Colorado baker Jack Phillips won a limited decision when he refused to bake a wedding cake for a same sex couple. Jackie Quinn Washington
Hal Sparks: The GOP Has Moved on From Trump
"Well, they seem to do. Baby seems particularly a skirt of Jack Smith, which I have to say how I am with most of the legal experts that I think this seems to be moving faster. Rather than delaying it. And I think he is obviously worked through Thanksgiving. I think, you know, it is, I think the biggest thing is Bill Barr is not in charge of the Justice Department. Running interference. He doesn't have the blockers out there. And the interesting thing is, if Bill Barr was still there, he wouldn't be running interference right now because Trump isn't president. He literally would have gone, well, you're not president anymore. Sorry, because Bill Barr and this is the problem Trump didn't look into and he should have looked all the way back to HW that Bill Barr believes in the supreme executive power of the presidency. He's trying to build a monarchical control of the government through the presidencies because one day they believe they'll win the presidency and instead of having to worry about the House and the Senate, they'll just be able to shove executive orders through that are constitutional because of mandate, right? Well, the problem is, he wants the office to be that way. He doesn't, if Trump's not going to be back in or if Trump's not in right now, he could care less because there are there's the president and there's plebes, according to Barr. And they just want to get their guy in. So he's like, none of the people who built up this idea around Trump can do whatever he wants. It like break wind on documents and suddenly they're declassified. All those folks only want, that's right. Magically. For the record for the record. Trump can Trump can. Wait, hold on. Uh oh. Oh my God. All right, you win. Can I see me? And this is the perfect time to do it. Technically speaking, Trump declassifies any classy place he walks into. And that's coming from someone with a fart gun. Why could he do? So, but ultimately, Barr doesn't care about him. He cares about that office being able to be manipulated by a future president. Now, the one thing you need to know is that none of them think it's going to be Trump. And they know it. Why do you think Paul Ryan was able to come out and basically the response to Paul Ryan was a couple of the usual suspects got mad, including Trump, and then everybody else shrugged it off and went, yeah, probably. Yeah, probably. Yeah. The vast majority of Republicans have moved on from Trump. It's beautiful.
Glenn Kirschner: Jack Smith Is Exactly the Person We Need on Trump
"You said special counsel Jack Smith Thanksgiving Day court filing that destroys Trump's lawyers legal arguments. It seems like people are pretty heartened by the speed that Jack Smith appears to be moving at. What do you think? Yeah, Jack is a real without fear or favor kind of prosecutor. I didn't know him personally, but some of the folks that were in my homicide section ended up leaving the D.C. U.S. attorney's office and working for Jack when he was the head of public integrity at the Department of Justice. And I'll tell you that now we have a little bit of hero fatigue, right? Because we thought bob Mueller was going to bring it home and Bill Barr basically blocked him and lied about his report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to bring it home. I will say now having seen Merrick Garland operate over the last year and a half. He's a very good man, but he seems to have lost his prosecutorial instincts and he's behaving more like a judge, which is not what we need out of our attorney general at this moment in history. But what I've been told about Jack Smith is, listen, he's fearless. He will take politically charged cases that are difficult to prove. He has prosecuted Republican politicians and Democrats. And he's not afraid to lose. He's going to do the right thing. And that's precisely the kind of person we need heading up the Trump cases at this point.
Media Crushes Jerry Jones Over 1957 Photo
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the occupation show. Hey, I want to jump back into the conversation I was having about LeBron James and I want you to get the chance to hear Stephen a smith's take on Cherry Jones. Being pictured in a picture of something 68 years ago. Wrote a clip of Stephen a Smith. On my podcast, no mercy. Because you got people that wanted to come at me in the wrong way. I stand by what I said. In regards to a 14 year old in a still photo. And that's what you want to use to jump on them. You just highlight it. There's plenty of other things to jump when Jerry Jones about. You ain't never hired black coach. You didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick and his rights as an American citizen to do what he did. You didn't speak out initially. You were actually hiding when it came to social justice issues, Jerry Jones. Jerry Jones would tell you I told him that. Where you at? I'll give a damn what you say. Say something. You gotta speak up. You can't be quiet. But that's entirely different. They use in the still photo of a 14 year old standing in a crowd in 1957, pre civil rights, pre voting rights because clearly the climate of those times were what it was. Do we need to regurgitate what the hell was going on in the gym crow south? We all know that story. Lynchings murders, rapes mayhem all types of stuff. All types of insidious despicable things that was done and inflicted upon the black race. We understand what the hell was going on down there. So if you're Jerry Jones and you're standing in the crowd, I'm looking at how you're acting more than I'm looking at what the environment is. I would love to let him finish, but I just need to talk about what he said. He didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick, but he panned dak Prescott a very handsome. I'm out of money. So it make this make sense. He don't care about black people, but his quarterback is probably one of the highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL. Oh, but he didn't stand up for Colin. 'cause Colin Kaepernick is an idiot. That's why he didn't stand up for Colin Kaepernick. But he's standing up for that Prescott.
Who Is DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith?
"What happened here In this case several years ago about The Republican governor Bob McDonnell who had a hell of a political career ahead of him Bob McDonald took a lot of gifts Mostly his wife did too At the time there was not a legal in the state of Virginia Was a wise No Did he commit a federal offense That's the issue The public integrity section of the criminal division of the United States Department of Justice was headed by this guy Jack Smith Jack smith's wife just done a documentary on excuse me Michelle Obama And is donated heavily to the Biden campaign So these are radical Democrats very very partisan You can assume this U.S. attorney or this head of the public integrity section is the same So what happened Well there's a definition in federal law in terms of bribes official bribes There's a definition for it In the bribery statutes in the interpretation of it Basically it's an official act The official act done on behalf of somebody as a result of receiving a gift a quid pro quo There is no evidence whatsoever The governor MacDonald had done an official act for anybody That there was any quid pro quo But that didn't stop Jack Smith the new special counsel investigating Trump From expanding it
Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith
"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.
The Rude Pundit Weighs in on Trumps Twitter Return
"Good morning. Hi. I think you summed it up best. You said, let's face it. Anyone who supports Donald Trump doing anything is just a human being. Thank you. Oh, yeah. That's in response to, you know, weird Elon letting him back on Twitter. And if people are going, I support this. No, no, don't support it for anything. Unless it's like for sitting in a prison cell and facing the walls for the rest of his life. And I support. Yeah. So far, that's a big bag of rats, right? So Elon did some fake poll. It's like, oh, the people have spoken. He's back on and Trump's like, I'm not going back and I had my Jude social. You can't legally. Big bag of rats. Yeah. So for now. Early on that, before we let anybody on, we're going to have to look at it. We're going to have to, you know, they were going to have a group, get together and talk about it. No, no, he just let the bots decide. Yeah, no, exactly. AOC said, I don't know, man. Last time he was here this platform was used to incite an insurrection multiple people died. The vice president of the United States was nearly assassinated and hundreds were injured, but I guess that's not enough for you to answer the question. Twitter poll it is. I mean, you know, and the Kanye's back on and he just tweeted shalom with a smiley face. So that means ignore the antisemitism. Right. Yes, and apparently he's decorated his house for a Hanukkah. So speaking for the Jews, I just like to say do you speak for the Jews? You know what? Whenever I feel like it, you know, I'm kind of dewy. I'm up. For everybody else. I think that should be my mom was Jewish. I was raised Jewish. I officially should be your tagline, the rude pundit. Kind of dewy. Yeah, you said funny. What does my Hollywood money? Exactly. We asked George Charles directly for money when he came on this show when he said no. No. Yeah. Seems like you get credit for giving me a lot of money already. You might as well. You actually said funny, I thought of woke mob was supposed to kill Twitter and cancel culture, but it was capitalism and stupidity all along. I don't think I've ever seen anyone other than Donald Trump blow up a business this fast, right? Yeah. Yeah. No, no, it's really kind of a thing of beauty. And I mean, you know, I like Twitter a lot. I haven't met a lot of people on Twitter. I use it, but you know, if it goes, I think my work productivity is going to go up exponentially. It is a time suck. And I would just like to say, I think Mastodon and I are going to have a couple of problems because I have it so that my tweets show up on Mastodon and apparently they took down a tweet where I said FU to libs of TikTok. Oh boy. I was like, eh, Mastodon. We're going to have to have a talk. Some people are making some great points I thought, rude. Jeff tedrick said long off, are you kidding me? Trump's tweets as he gets indicted are going to be off the hook. Pass the popcorn. I mean, that's the other thing. He will start whether it's true social or they will be able to Jack Smith willing to use those because they always can. As evidence, right? Yeah. It's just like it's like if you told someone something and you know, you brought them in and questioned them and said, yeah, Trump told me this. Yeah. You're listening to me for free right now, and that's awesome because more and more things aren't free right now. I mean, think about
"j. smith" Discussed on Broken Record
"What if you were a global energy company with operations in Scotland, technologists in India and customers all on different systems? You need to pull it together..
"j. smith" Discussed on Broken Record
"Oh. Thank you, patty. This has been great. Thanks to Patti Smith for sharing her inspiration and story with Malcolm. You can hear a new album and all of our favorite patty Smith songs on a playlist at broken record podcast dot com. And be sure to check out her substack at Patti Smith dot sub stack dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced with help from Leah rose, Jason gambel, Ben, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez, with engineering help from Nick chafe. Our executive producer is Mia Labelle. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries..
"j. smith" Discussed on Broken Record
"Then we had to Seattle to do another show, and then we were about to embark on a world tour. I wanted to do a world tour because at that point I was like 72 or whatever three and I felt it was important to while I still had good voice and a lot of energy to do at least one more fairly big tour. And it was really a world tour. Well, we flew to Seattle and then I woke up in the morning and I put on the news and it was the mayor of Seattle or the governor and he was telling how they were going to go into lockdown. He said, the sold out show at state theater Patti Smith and her band is canceled, and I was like, what? I mean, I didn't know what was really going on. I knew something I knew the aura of things, but and that's how I found out. And so then we left and we went home. And I thought, okay, we have to be in quarantine for 14 days. We have jobs coming up at the end of March, and then we were going to Australia. But I thought it would be okay. Never dreaming that I wouldn't be leaving my house for almost two years hardly. And that's what happened. So because I was, you know, I was 73, and I have a bronchial condition..
"j. smith" Discussed on Broken Record
"Here's the rest of Malcolm gladwell's conversation with Patti Smith. Let's talk about your next life. Detroit and marriage.
"j. smith" Discussed on Broken Record
"They all migrated to New York City. Because New York City was, you know, you can say anything about, you know, the problems with the police or stuff and but at that time, considering where a lot of us came from and what the kind of abuse you would get if you were different, just dress indifferent was so strong that to come to a place like New York City where nobody cared, you could dress the way you wanted. You know, you could reinvent yourself. You could be, you know, really, you know, any sexual persuasion, at least to a point, at least among a like minded society. Yeah. How did you meet Robert mapplethorpe? I met him, you know, first I met him in Brooklyn, I had nowhere to I came to New York with about $5 in no job and nowhere to stay. I know a couple of people who went to Pratt university, but I'd forgotten that it was summertime, and there was nobody there. And when I went to their apartments, some of them had moved out and one of the people I was looking for had moved out and Robert was staying there. And I was just directed to Robert S Robert, ask him, they didn't even tell me his name, esque, asked my roommate if they know where your friend lives, and he did. So he led me to where my friend lived. My friend was away, and I wound up sleeping in the hallway or on the stoop on the 3rd of July. Because I remember I woke up at I woke up at the 4th of July, you know, sitting asleep on the stoop with firecrackers going off. And it was all these kids setting off firecrackers because I had forgotten that it was Independence Day. And indeed I was independent. And then I just serendipitously met him a couple of times and one afternoon or one evening he sort of rescued me from a difficult situation and we started talking and we walked around the village all night for hours talking and Robert was on acid, but I had never even seen us in person. I had only read about it like an aeneus Nin or Henry Miller books. I'd never seen anybody on acid, and we just talked all night. And then in the end, he said, do you have a place to stay? And I said, no. And neither did he, because of different circumstances, neither one of us had an apartment. But he had the key to somebody else's apartment who was away and then we went there and sat up talking till dawn.
"j. smith" Discussed on Revision Path
"How do I design or strategize a vector of what's relevant? What's relative for that opportunity? What are the best types of clients for you to work with? Because I mean, it sounds like your work really can span a number of different fields. Oh, certainly. Yeah. Just most recently, I did some brand identity work for gallery 88. That's spearheaded by Alex stitch Davis. She's an inaugural member of that Hennessy never stop never settle cohort. I do a lot of brand identity work for key Henderson. She's to manage 21 savage. Now she manages ASEAN, who's the voice of karma on karma's world on Netflix, and I've also most recently consulted for CSOs and CMOs at different agencies. So working on cricket wireless and quilted northern for AT&T and Georgia Pacific respectively for the CSO of their AOR likewise at Martin in that way beforehand UPS and Unilever's acts. Now, before you were at appendage, you know, just now mentioned the Martin agency, you mentioned masterclass a little bit earlier. What did you kind of gain from those experiences that you still use today? CEO at Martin, Kirchner cavello. She has a phrase, it takes tension to get attention. Of all the amazing gems I picked up working across, you know, $3.5 million worth of marquee accounts. That's the phrase that always sticks out. That's the phrase I think I draw from for my best memory from working at Martin. Learning that. And learning that in numerous contexts, context, whether that was on the accounts that I was staffed on is the planning director for the social studio, or if it was more project things like a Marisa or happy egg or old navy. Prior to that, most recent experience, masterclass, phrase or take away your big thing from that. I think I heard on a Zoom someone said there are different dials to diversity and knowing at least that that's a part of the energy or attitude or thinking at a tech company essentially was great for me. I think I reflected a lot of what I was most happy about with masterclass and that ad week feature I did back in.
"j. smith" Discussed on Revision Path
"Cofounder of strategy and branding firm appendix. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hey, my name is Andre Smith. People call me Dre. I am a strategist and educator and recover and curator. Recovering curator?.
"j. smith" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"Now it's some episodes if you will highlight if you some you may want to listen to and yeah definitely. Keep up the conversation as mentioned a lot of our listeners. You guys are practitioners. You're putting this stuff into place you hear us talking about all the time. Think about this from day. One from step one step negative one. Think about it even before you started thinking about it. That's not possible but you should and And then you know that would be you introduce these processes not a matter of being like the heavy lifting. I think this could be just so much. Were helpful so we have a lot share in the show notes. But i do want to be mindful of our listeners. Time in our host time as well so wanna give a big thank you to our to host Who have joined us here. The host of radically. I- podcast justice. J smith and dylan thomas doyle as mentioned co-host radical ai. Podcast and phd students at cu boulder. I should say it probably really dorky. The way i said it before like someone didn't know what i was talking about and information science department and you guys are just doing fantastic work for having us on roman catholic and this is really great absolutely and we look forward to having you on the radical podcast shortly and launching our episode alongside. This one. yeah thank you so much. For being on this podcast. We had a really great discussion. And we'll definitely link to the radical. Ai podcast in the show notes as well as our episode with ron and me on your podcast will linked to our cognitive ai. Ethics framework so that our listeners can check that out if they're interested and also some additional podcasts that we had mentioned so listeners as always. We hope that you've enjoyed listening to this podcast. And please make sure to rate us on. I tunes google spotify or your favorite podcast platform. Like i said we'll linked to everything in the show notes including our cpa methodology and certification. Course as well so you can check that out too..
"j. smith" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"My teeth to get into the industry like low budget stuff rubber monster movies rubber mass monster movies that i kind of grew up on so even though a lot of people like eight. Those movies that i've made recently. I love him to death. Like they're my favorite of the bunch in many ways. because i'm like this is me being experimental. This is me plan like the kid. I never really got to be because right away. People were like you're born voice of a generation. Say some things. And i was like all right Mall rats and like that so Chasing amy and they liked that very much then other ed dogma and they liked that very much dogma came with a lot of pressure a lot of right wing folds some religious votes threatened my life and my and my kids live my wife's live and all my friends lives and seven. A funny thing went to very serious very very quickly. So after that i was like look is wanna make a movie after this were nobody gets mad at me. Nobody pulls out a statue of mary and rubs at my face and says a rosary at me. Because i'm going to hell because they think my movie is is the pathway to to the devil as we'll make something fun and so i may. Jane saw bob strike back and that movies so drastically different from clerks mallrats chasing amy dogma because those movies clerks mallrats chasing amy and dogma. That's my entire life laid out across four movies. Everything i learned and loved was passionate about like that was all in me when i was able to start my career as a filmmaker and by the time he gets a dogma like i was like this is this is the ball's easiest thing i'll ever say plow and put it out there and then you know there is a threat of violence so at that point i was like well. I don't wanna say anything important because that gets one in trouble so let me. Just say something. That won't offend anybody. Let me just have a good time. Let me you know we. We made four moves. It was kind of a celebration. Jade's alabama back kinda like unfair. Maybe early. I know a lot of people. When they saw the movie back in the day they were like this is like a youtube. Fan film may by fan and it was a big fan of my movies. And that's what style bob strike back is. It's like me gone. We made four movies. Let's talk about all of them in the fifth one. So i don't know if it counts so much like movie and that is kind of. Were critics start separating from me with a like oh this is what he's going to do after dogma..
"j. smith" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Get there and do that so i'm late for everything. Dan never on time for anything my life and my mother son so that means them easily twenty minutes late when i leave the house and stuff i was not laid that deck. A went to the restaurant. An hour advance sat. There picked out a seat where i could see every entrance. Even if he came in from saudi-owned stuff. If george carlin was coming in and i sat there waiting for a full hour is just me and the wait staff and at noon on the button he came in he was timely so he comes into the restaurant and i can't do justice because i'm not george and i'm not standing. But he walks in. he stops dead. I'm the only person the restaurant now's like. I know you are. Oh my god. I've been listening to you my whole life watching him my whole life. My dad passed me onto he goes. I get that a lot goes. Listen i wanna talk to you about the script dogmas. Cryptos do like he goes. I like very much. He's gone can't help. But think that i was a bit of an influence on it as oh you were and he goes can't help but think in some sections. I deserved co writing credit. That was like absolutely yours. Influential the gum. So he said to me. His wife just passed away goes. we'll look. I would love to do this. But i wanted to talk to you about this. Because there's something that weighs heavy s but as you know my wife just passed away was not just as wide as business partner. They built the george carlin brand together for years so his devastating loss for so I said i heard. I'm so sorry abs and he said well i'm just not ready to take off my wedding ring yet. And if i'm a play a cardinal. I noted church. They don't wear rings unless they're big fat. Rings that show up opulent wealth but knock marriage. She's gone so we come to. An impasse is gone by think. I have a solution. If you'll allow me as the character of cardinal glick. I will put a band aid round my wedding ring and so it'll just be a side story thing that cardinal glick is klutzy or whatever. I'll be wearing that band aid in the movie. If i'm wearing that way i can wear my ring route the movie if you could deal with that then i can happily be in this movie and i was like why i you be my father as beautiful as georgia where bandaids all over your whole body. That's such a beautiful sentiment. One that i'm in. So i got to work with heroes of my you. Just you gotta be willing to like. It's not about your career. It's not about like what's going to get you to the next level is like what's gonna fill your heart and soul and those two relationships men. I'm lucky that. I had the both of those gentlemen past and you know i went from fans dude. Who was literally friends with them. George carlin would call my house bro. Stan lee came over to my house. So i i'm so happy with the decisions that i made..
"j. smith" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"Hello i'm dan levy hard and a million years ago when i first started learning about creativity and started craving it. I needed a certain permission to choose a different path. So i couldn't help. But marvel at the writing producing and directing of kevin smith who made the movies clerks mallrats chasing amy and dogma. The story behind his first movie clerks is absurd and brave and dumb and inspiring. It was black and white movie because he couldn't afford lighting. He had such an absurdly low budget for it that his broke slacker as had to put it on cobbled together credit cards. He'd never otherwise us and had no way to repay that. One movie subsidized the rest of his artistic career and it looked like a movie. Any of us could have made or been in for that matter later. He helped break out. Ben affleck and matt damon his greatest work in my mind dogma. Both spoofed and celebrated catholicism and it starred his comic hero george carlin the hate for it was so loud and so cruel that he would choose to never get near those particular flames again. If you're kevin smith fan you'll really love this conversation. If you're not a kevin smith fan. I think you might be after this conversation. Because he gave me permission to choose a different path a million years ago and gives it to me again today with the choices he makes and how he explains why it is that he makes them. He's got a new book out. It's colorful it's his story. It's kevin smith secret stash the definitive visual history. It's a different looking book. It's a big book and if you like him. You should get this book. But i want you to get to know him and his story a little bit better. And so let's begin with kevin smith here. Thank you for joining us. What would you say among your early work. The most fulfilling and fun projects you had. I suppose those could be two different questions. A true So filling was probably clerks. 'cause it just keeps paying dividends even today. We just wrapped clerks. Three and clerks. Three is about randall. The guy from the video store Deciding at age fifty after a massive heart attack that he has nothing to leave behind so he wants after years of watching movies. He wants to make a movie himself so they wind up making clerks essentially a black and white movie about working at the convenience store so clerks probably the most billing because it still to this day. Pays the bills in some ways. I don't think not a day has gone by since nineteen ninety three that i haven't said.
"j. smith" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"In there and you live in the other one all right. She can be living in a big house pretty soon some bars. Nothing's going to happen to her. Mark my words on that she is going to walk away with one of his houses and he's gonna have to pay her. She'll get sort of fines. Although i think it's kind of stupid when they come after you for not claiming income from the black market. Yeah that was terrible. That's illegal money. Where's our tastes exactly. Yeah you're right about that. It's like it's kind of like in the nfl. Never understood it when a guy gets hurt because of a bad hit or something and then they find the guy like five hundred thousand dollars or something. Yeah the nfl takes it well. What about the dude. He's got hurt. Look give him a taste. They don't care about that. Is terrible what you did to that man. That's fair now us. Five hundred thousand dollars. I think this day without women now in our couple ended a business partnership at that wall she has to do is say he knew he was helping me. Run this business. Times are tough pandemic. we're just pivoting. Who's to say that he didn't savage right. See be great attorney for her when man. Maybe he'll call in one day. No he won't. It is the kid chris. Show that stewart w rows. He's from manila law right now. Previously he was in the movie. What was it called again winters win. And now allie tell him men in black's sky bad. You seem like a nice person who who'd he play. I played myself lexington hard. Cash drill smith. Thank you stuart. We'll see you next week. It's a kid. Chris show phone number. Here is five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That'll get you on the radio tonight. is Dropkick murphys and rancid still debating. If i'm going to go or not will you go not to the new icon right. Yeah but it's late. Excuse because you have to be up early yes and also you know there's people that are going to be their old well forty seven. That's going to be the clientele forever forty-six yeah at your crown. So i'm gonna go. Maybe but the problem is though is there's going to be other people there now thinking to talk to those people they can just do a show. And you're not you're not good at that no no But i don't know man. I'm on the fence tonight. there's all wrestling. i wanna watch that you know and then A whole show and do you ever end up watching bachelor in paradise out yet. I can start the watch that they're gonna finish watching the woodstock ninety nine documentaries. I started last night. Is that the one way it's on. Hbo is it a series or full document. Just one documentary about basically is telling Everybody that that. If you're a straight white in in your twenties here a piece of trash we watch the same one. That's not the message that i took leave. That's what they kept saying. Angry white guys. that's all this whole cuts. It was angry. White guys love you. Watch a different one so a lot of tv and catch up on your right about bachelor. The bachelor the island. What are the chicks said. She's david david davis bay. David spade is the host and she goes. Oh yeah what does that. Dave chapelle tweeted it out side by side. Picture your understand. Why confused that's alley. She's it for meat for a couple of weeks. He's under the knife. He's having surgery so she'll be here all right so on the kid chris show one video. You smack it left and right in the bathroom. Yeah but that's just guys being guy talk around the hot we kid ratio..
"j. smith" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Long thrown out story. But it's not. I can't just move on. You wanna wanna get paid. Well i mean this is what i need is for him to stop doing. Like everything was great up until that day said that about my kid i him to get out and see again then starts calling from he his lawyer involved and he gets the the insurance guy that actually sold me the policy out here and just Putting me and my kids through hello and in special harassment. I mean because i will not have sex with him and you know i remember you. Now yeah and you told me that you couldn't you couldn't represent me on something that hasn't happened yet. Well now has officially filed. She called you think she may have called into the station. Okay yeah let's see she needs a you know real estate. Landlord tenant attorney. That's what she needs. That's the issue here at hand. Thing is some phantom We don't know but the harassment thing. I mean you can't start off with a landlord tenant attorney and go from there. Yeah because that's the most pressing thing. You're facing eviction. Talk to them about that. And i see this reacts in front of a judge to yeah right yeah But if she says that which which what she says to the judge what she's claiming he said all that guys to do is go either said that. then what. i've got proof po- Well i have witnesses on tape Talking about him Admitting it and laughing about it you need a landlord. What you need period. You're talking circles here. you need. That's what you need all right there. You go all right. He's he's telling you to go get a landlord attorney that means or there's some attorney. Yeah there's some fire where there's smoke. The juice is worth the squeeze. Shut off croquet take stewardess here and i'm sure he's happy about that right now. Five one three eight one three seven nine seven. Nine charles is here. That's question of stuart. Wpn rose yeah. You got some good charles. Well it's nothing good. I mean we're not good because you wouldn't be calling me. You know invasion having the filler gave the previous woman. And i believe it's all due to my accounts being compromised online targets to. What's the issue being targeted for identity. Theft you're being targeted. I've been trying to figure out what the what who's targeting you. We're all being targeted for that. Well i mean. I don't know who's targeting me but i've been trying to file my taxes. Haven't been able to. I can't walk into my online account. Because i can't access the google or microsoft accounts that they're tied to so who you gonna sue for this. Did you just forget. You're thinking i'm gonna to google had i did. Somebody hack into your bank account and steal money. What are we talking here. What are your damaged. What are the damages. Somebody's stole money from from my bank accounts. Okay well yeah. There's already went to age and filed. How much will they. They issued me on eight hundred sixty dollars provisional credit okay go and get. I'm guessing at least that much possible more kalpa story beginning you. Had i know how much i had and no hoarding my money as maybe your cash on what's who's the other guy on the phone comes hanging up on this. I'm not sure how much money i had in my account but someone's got credited the money jake. You're on the air. Hey hey man penrose about the walkout. So good i got him. I got one moneymaking. Big car accident fire on the letter carrier. A letter carrier mail carrier and That's a classic dog bite story. I represent a bunch of those right now. I i was speaking to a client that i signed up recently. And you know mailman was you know had a dog bite and he goes do this is. The stereotype is really goes. This is the fifteenth or sixteenth. Time of been bit by a dog like all stereotypes. Real absolutely people sit there and you know you hear about it all the time and you wonder though it's definitely it's the highest paid accident that they put out there what happened. I've seen some of you guys in your shorts. I'd want to support now here. So tell us what happened On my route of course Know that there's a dog there whistles. I checked to see if the dogs. They're nothing well. Soon as he hears that mailbox lead he come around. And gosh i couldn't get away. Got me into leg just above the ankle about thirteen pretty good. I wish i'm wondering what kind of I wanna to see you running for the. What kind of dog are we talking about. When he said it was a shepherd. Mix shepherd mix people by labradors. Yeah golden retrievers. Yes you're entitled to damages here First off there's two closely made. It's a worker's comp claim because you're on the job We can talk about that as well. Workers comp will pay your medical bills. They'll pay your lost wages but there's also an injury claim to be had against the The owner harbor of the dog Most likely they're homeowners insurance renter's insurance and You get you get your pain and suffering on top of that as well. What kind of injuries. I'm just talking to puncture wounds. We're talking infection or anything No infection yet but Serious some serious lawyers for sure. Okay you missing time from work Honestly no. I did not miss any time from work today. Probably miss out missed out more time at home. Now you're sore. How'd you get to your phone to call sir. I would call into work today. Hang on the line. We'll get you information. This is certainly something we can talk about got true we will talk to you. Okay sir thank you for coming to our hold on a second here we go. Thanks charles is back. Oh boy charlie with man. We got disconnected. Yes see. I think my phone's been hacked and you know it's a straight talk free pay so anyway so this is charles straight talk several five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine hundred numbers w penrose is here from the the law group of Manila or no from the nilo law became chacha. Sorry i screwed that up but he wants to talk to you about your legal issues okay. We'll hang up on this douche clear lines for you so five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That's we'll take more calls coming up next year on one or two seven.
"j. smith" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"j. smith" Discussed on The Tournament Poker Edge Podcast
"I was like a big as well. I think getting coaches the best way to get better along with videos on this stuff like that but yeah fill me in. Please and i'm sure the rest of the tv nation wants to know like. What have you been playing bankroll wise. Yeah i'm really curious like mostly online for me. But i'm sure everyone else wants to hear the live stuff. Well pretty much. Don't play live anymore. So has been pretty much all online and just basically just worked my way up the stakes on a mission. So maybe the last time you and i talked i was probably playing. Probably like a fifty dollar. Api on a mission but since that time they you know moved up to the one on is and they've started to Get a decent volume of higher by and stuff as well and so they have a weekly High rollers like three hundred but then occasionally do some five hundred thousand is the biggest say go and so i basically work my way up that ladder and i'm basically fired and everything that runs on admission at this point i'm gonna say probably like either one is like two fifteens and up so on emission. My ab is probably around like two hundred nine and are you planning on any other sites. Oh yeah also glad you brought this up We'll go curious. Because i used to know everyone's v per one hundred my stable. Yeah basically like what. Are you doing playing on the site. not hoopla. Eight yard is a really good site but it's really tough. I smile so hard. One day reading your twitter. Because i started playing on on and nobody really knows my screen name there but you saw it and you light. This is the greatest green named ever. You had no idea that was me. I consider. I wanna to do ideal. J. smith posted it that that does meal better lot. One thing you and i always add in common was like even when poker stars was around pre black friday. I was already on carbon all the boob news.
"j. smith" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast
"Which i was there. Would you want me to do like a dexterity on just dexterity. Probably not proficiently you just like i imagine. Just a torture something. Yeah i've got a tinderbox If that alone will light it. Or i can either do a torch or you can easily grab it torch from temple there. Apparently have gaza torches torch the temple. Easily grab i got. the torch. Operation greet is underway life. The bag i throw okay out tongue. We run is as you guys. He likes the bag and then he goes to open the door and just flinging it right away and the door doesn't even get open ryan to the doors is this crash and fish against the door and flaming bag fish on the doorstep enough here. J. smith okay. All right let me just do a role row. Quick successful all right. Are you trying to run being stealthier. No yes we don't want to do with disadvantage. That was a natural tony. Fourteen fourteen nineteen. That's not bad all right so you guys were able to run away over to the smoothie and it doesn't seem like you've been caught known to be pursuing that went just as expected. Yes either way. I had a lot of fun. And i am at this point in time on one hundred percents. So you're not a demon because we've been together for better part of the day i haven't been had any just to kill you yet is. Is that something you oh. That's a good thing. Typically do you know just give these edges to kill demons just kind of the way it goes. I'm just saying how. How do you do know. They're a demon. It's a good question so feeling in my got. That's a little strange. I'm hooked on a feeling something. Knock on the door to the smoothie. Get inside zaydan. Sh sh sh what. Who's there. it's me raina. If anyone asks we've been here all night you got it..
"j. smith" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello there welcome to yet another gathering of the run third run up on club leader jennifer o'connor here with a guest. This week has been on before love so much once. It's come back on quite frankly at last time though. He did come on with to the people so he was really bad linked to beheira tool for them. He was on last time with his fellow. Podcasters from the sofa cinema club. Jack p shepherd and bandra price but this time he is braving tolo. Welcome to run pod colson smith. Hello funk's having me back on. second time. i know. I like it. I feel look. I feel like for like i might go for the hat trick. Well next time. I still haven't been invited on your podcast on. We're gonna have to get you on to talk about. I mean he's talking about running than is talking about films though isn't it. I listen to you guys. But i haven't running as you knew because sometimes i'm running and then there was one time you you broke up run port and i was message you i was. I couldn't believe that. I was running along and then heard my name mentioned. I actually stopped running task. But it's really nice to have you back home. And i think what's really brilliant about your running journey is that you may have a more extreme story than everyone than the many other people. But your story is so relatable. That youtube locked dine and you decided to make a change. Yeah for me. It's it's weird. 'cause lockdown was such a challenging time was always going to be so difficult but when i look back on it now i found running and i know there's so many people who have spoken to who have found running in lockdown and have really kept to of it and for me. I'm just grateful for that. Because otherwise i don't know if i'd be running like don't think howard have the book like have got it now softening the also. I think you possibly wouldn't have had the same time and you wouldn't have been able to commit as easily because you're shedules all over the place and you don't know necessarily what you do in one week to the other dot. The i kind of found in lockdown when everything stopped it was the first time from me being ten years old where a had no responsibilities have no work so i was just sat and i kind fault right will is important for me and i realized that the most important person in my life was actually me so i kind of change. My perot reason bill of routine around me rather than building a routine around life and work and make your job everybody else's half pay and i think it was in.