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Trump and the GOP Campaign Against Reality
"The president and his allies decided on closing message for the final days of the campaign wine about social media pretend the pandemic is over for more on this. It's time for a closer look. There's a lot you can say about Donald Trump's inner circle and the leadership of the Modern Republican Party. But when you boil it down, it's basically just a collection of shy can't take Weirdos. Then people who collect ceramic pigs in sit by their windows writing down license plate numbers for no reason take for example House Minority Leader Kevin, McCarthy. You showed up to one of trump's rallies yesterday claimed republicans are going to take back the House McCarthy then belched up this I think English sentence about House Speaker Nancy, Pelosi a watch you watch Nancy Pelosi hand. And I promise you this. I won't thank her with it but I'll banged the into the socialism and yes to America. What No. I'll bang end to the socialism and yes to America, that sounds like a poorly translated leaflet dropped on Moscow during the Cold War why all these guys talk like rip off dollar store. Action. Figures made in. Eastern Europe. Your grandma will get you for Christmas. Oh Wow. It's a fuzz goodyear. Let me pull the string. The leaders of the hundred gop beer. Basically just a bunch of goofy old buds. I said it pods. Take a guy is still working at your hometown bowling alley thirty years after high school because he gets free disco fries blessed all the shoe sporadic and huff and that is a lot. For example Republicans held a hearing on big tech companies yesterday just to complain about supposed social media. Bias against conservatives which it's not thing. Now, there are progressives like Elizabeth Warren Tonight's guest, Bernie Sanders you really do want to break up big tech monopolies that have consolidated too much power but Republicans just WanNa. whine about mean tweets they don't like the best example of that came from Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson when he complained about an obviously satirical tweet this Dorsey. You talked about your house toward misinformation and then you will you will block misinformation if it's about against civic integrity election interference or voter suppression give you a tweet. There was put up on twitter says Senator Ron. Johnson is my neighbor in strangle our dog buttons right in front of my four year old son and three year old daughter the Keith refused to investigate. This is a complete line, but important to retreat and note that there are more my lies to come. How could that not be a violation voice oppression? Obviously, if people think I'm strangling my neighbors. They may not show the polls that would be worse oppression and another thing Mr Dorsey last night by doorbell rang late at night. So went to answer when I opened the door there was a flame in bag APU on the front step. So I tried to stamp out the fire but I got poo all over my shoes this clearly enact the voter suppression by the Neighborhood Teens because if I pooh-poohed on my shoes, I'll be too embarrassed to go vote. The bigger problem here is Ron Johnson thinks his constituents might actually believe that he strangled his neighbor's dog and Yeah. Okay and kind of see it. With said. Jack Dorsey looks like a dog serial killer. Like straight up a guy who together multiple dogs. in Ron Johnson's corn chowder brain joke tweet about a senators voter suppression. But invalidating mail in ballots and making people wait hours to vote isn't he's like a guy parks is BMW in a fire lane then loses when his targets tone Boris Suppression How am I supposed to get to the polling place now and then there was Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn who asked the CEO of Google if the company was still employing someone who criticized her is a blight Lemoyne one of your engineers still working with you. Senator familiar with his name is a name as an employee I'm not sure these employees. well, he has had very unconscious things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all still. Kept him working they are man Fox News is right. Canceled Culture is out of control. She sounds like she's asking to speak to the manager about a sales assistant at Costco is Madison still working here. She had very unkind things to say about me when I tried to sample the pizza rolls in the frozen I'll very hurtful things about how I'm not supposed to open the box. This is a fundamental reality of the modern GOP they're all donald trump. He complains about social media they complain about social media even though most of them don't have the tech savvy to handle the laundry room bulletin board coffee, table for sale what the hell does Obioma this is unfair.
Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years
"We hear the news well, that news being that the Chicago White Sox have hired Tony Larussa. As their new manager seventy, six year old Tony Larussa, he becomes the oldest manager in the majors by five years. And he's only the second major in Major League baseball history to take over a team as seventy, five years or older. Jack mckeon be and the other one he was eighty rounds. At, which is just that sounds crazy. I mean I guess he was in great shape but he was eighty two over tomorrow marlins they went forty and fifty. and His old job because out there was an old joke about I'm not going to give you the punch line foot. There's an old joke about his nickname was trader Jack Right Jack McKee. At he was eighty years old at the old joke was like he's so old that. Guess what they were trading back. There wasn't ball players like how long he's half. I know where you were going with.
The battle for Wisconsin
"Century. alphabetical order appeared to be immortal no longer could anyone at home in an alphabetic writing system remember a time when the automatic response to ordering had not been alphabetical. In fact, it often seems that the chaos and cacophony of the world could be tamed by the of position alone. Paul Outlet Eighteen, Sixty, eight to nineteen, forty four was a Belgian visionary who wanted to and believed he could categorize all the information in the world anything ever written a book everything ever known could be compressed. He believed into a card system one. Nugget of knowledge per index card, all filed in alphabetical order whence any information about anything anyone anywhere any time could be retrieved outlet began modestly in the eighteen ninety s creating a bibliography of sociological literature. He then spread his wings to found the International Institute of Bibliography in Brussels which drew on his many library catalogs and Bibliographies, as could be consulted to compile a summary and some he hoped of all libraries and all books, an inventory of all that has been written at all times in all languages and on all subjects outlet then established a subscription service that supplied his customers monthly with standardized cards filled with newly precise information. One hundred, he had three hundred full members and by the outbreak of the First World War another fifteen hundred people annually approaching the Institute for Information the Second World War saw Utopian Dreams Wayne to be replaced by pragmatism in Germany in nineteen forty the government ordered the seizure of any books from across occupied Europe that might contribute to the stock of the projected library of the Nazi who Shula or University of the third. Reich. But outlets universal bibliography comprising nearly fifteen million cards. After almost half a century of indexing and summarizing was spurned it is an impossible mess. It was reported back to headquarters and it is high time for this all to be cleared away. Nevertheless, there were elements that the Nazi's thought worth preserving the card catalogue might prove rather useful. This sounds harsh and must have been unbearable for the elderly outlet but in retrospect it is worth noting that it was the card catalogue, the engine of his system that was deemed worthy of preservation. For in the preceding half-century, alphabetical systems had spread everywhere even when the great medieval encyclopedias were aware of alphabetical order, they had frequently disdained it by contrast at the start of the twentieth century Nelson's Encyclopedia Nineteen O nine. Soon to be retitled, Nelson's perpetual loose-leaf Encyclopedia had leapt on Alphabet Ization as it savior in an attempt to find a solution to the bane of Encyclopedias of all eras that of becoming out of date Nelson's volumes consisted of pages of alphabetically ordered entries like any other modern encyclopedia. The difference was that those pages were not permanently bound into their covers as regular books were. But manufactured as a loose leaf system and held in place with pins in the binding that opened with a special key Nelson's was a modern book trumpeted the publisher's preface with a new and special emphasis on subjects which are of wide and active interest today namely, the sciences and technology as well as biographical essays on living people all of which needed regular updating each volume included our guarantee. No less than five hundred removable pages would be sent without further cost to each subscriber for at least three years after purchase as has now become unsurprising however, and despite their very product hinging on alphabet. and. It being its main selling point. This system itself was apparently invisible even to Nelson's the encyclopedia contained entry for alphabet covering the history of writing. But none for alphabet ization it might well be that alphabetical order even in a perpetually updated reference work had by nineteen o nine become invisible because it was so routine and so ordinary just as it had and that other beacon of alphabetical order the telephone directory or Phonebook Street guides and later post office directories precursors to foam books head appeared. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in many cities these publications listed the names, occupations and addresses of residents and businesses arranged in alphabetical order or occasionally in St Order that was itself organized alphabetically within districts even. So most of these early directories had included prominent and alphabet components. For instance, they were prefaced by registers of government officials magistrates, Alderman or other civic leaders or institutions almost all of whom were listed hierarchically or chronologically the first telephones were sold in pairs the owner of one of a pair. Able to communicate only with the owner of the other customers therefore had no need for directories in eighteen seventy, eight George Coy who had earlier worked for a Telegraph Company in Connecticut designed and built a switchboard where calls could be switched from one exchange to another vastly increasing the reach of anyone subscriber who was now no longer tied solely to a single exchange. These switchboards housed a series of Jack's one per subscriber one subscriber rang through to the exchange. The operator answered the caller asked for A. Fellow subscriber in the operator plugged the callers Jack into that linked to the requested subscriber. Koi signed up twenty one subscribers to his switchboard service. In his first year there was, of course, no need for numbers to be associated with each name. A subscriber would call the exchange nasty speak to another subscriber by name or occupation.
Biden: Wearing masks is 'patriotic'
"Not political is patriotic. Wearing a mask where one period the VP, accusing the Trump administration of giving up the fight and noted the rising American death toll, which has exceeded more than 220,000 lives. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus is scoring a hole in one with President Trump The
Seven Dodgers become free agents a day after winning the World Series
"Champion Dodgers have several free agents, including a Justin Turner, who's in trouble with MLB regarding the violations of covert 19 protocols after the game six series clinching win two nights ago. Also what? Jack Peterson Kiki Hernandez Blake trying to Jake McGee, Alex Wood. And Pedro Baez, all free agents,
Startup Streamer Quibi Quits
"A huge Hollywood experiment ended its life in a way that seems somehow fitting qube accompany designed to bring miniature Netflix's quality shows to your smartphone call. It quits earlier this month like it's programs which were no longer than ten minutes apiece. quickies vary life was itself short only about six months long the infant media company hit attracted almost two billion dollars from investors about one hundred, fifty, million dollars in advertising and some big name actors and directors. As a result quibbles dramatic closure has spawned no end of speculative criticism about what the startup did wrong and whether it's leaders Hollywood powerhouse, Jeffrey Katzenberg and former HP. CEO Meg Whitman did anything right? In case you haven't heard of it. The original idea behind Qube was to make high quality programs that were short enough to watch from start to finish. While waiting to do something else say riding the subway were standing at checkout line. These wouldn't be user generated youtube like videos but what qube envisioned as the quote next generation of storytelling dramas comedies a non-fiction programs cut into quick bites the origin of the company's name you get the idea. QUBE had the bad luck to launch during the pandemic that meant the service designed explicitly for people out and about debuted when people were in definitely not out and about position as another streamer. But Not at first on your TV quickly did what most streamers and new apps do when it launched in early April it offered a ninety day free trial about a million and a half people signed up and presumably began watching quickies original shows thrillers like. Wireless about a drunk man caught in a New Year's Eve snowstorm free Ray Sean drama about a black man accused of killing a police officer and last looks a series about scandals in the fashion world. As I said earlier at launch, you can only watch on a smartphone despite the fact that most viewers were quarantined in their homes with perfectly usable TV's at their disposal. It took a few more months for quick to make the TV leap. The question back in May and June was how many of those initial free viewers would convert to paying customers quickies price was high five month with ads were eight dollars without them as the verge points out apple TV plus costs four, ninety, nine a month worse quickies higher prices more expensive than Disney plus. The answer on those conversions was clear. Qube didn't get anywhere near enough money or viewers, and with that dearth viewers, some advertisers threatened to canceled on October Twenty Second Katzenberg Whitman published an open letter on medium announcing queries collapse. The founders laid some of the blame on Covid nineteen but not all in addition to timing they said, another likely reason could be. That the idea itself wasn't strong enough to justify a standalone streaming service. Indeed. A great deal of the criticism says exactly that the format itself was flawed from the start ten minutes may have been far too long for some content and far too short for others. A sort of nether world that works for user generated youtube content, but not for expensive productions that aspire to be the next Netflix. As one example, the Guardian reporter. Jack Bernhardt commended free ratio on actors Steffan Jones Laurence Fishburne an emmy winner. Jasmine Safest Jones for spectacular performances in powerful production. But he added quote it feels almost offensive to everyone involved that I can only watch it on tiny phone screen. Furthermore, he said it should have been a two hour film not fifteen quick bites. The company is exploring selling the rights to some content screenwriters and producers with shows underdevelopment or left to try to sell them elsewhere a tough sell given that most media companies can't use five or ten minute episodes. is returning about three hundred, fifty million dollars to investors and giving severance to two hundred employees. The Wall Street Journal reports, Katzenberg and Whitman's letter puts quickies. Of the entire very busy streaming media ecosystem the executives would never have imagined launching during a pandemic they said, but they admitted other businesses have faced these unprecedented challenges and have found their way through it. Indeed, we've reported here on boom times for Netflix's and Disney plus among others all of benefited enormously from lockdowns. The mistake Qube made lies in a different sphere altogether says verge critic Julia Alexander Qube didn't fail because TIKTOK. existed she says, it failed because executives refuse to see Tiktok its biggest competition she wrote tick tock has exploded globally with an ever growing mountain of user generated short form video video that is virtually free to produce free to consume. But qube had its I trained on net flicks if Alexander is correct quimby was looking for threats or a role model in the wrong direction. In an already struggling Hollywood, it's hard to watch the layoffs of employees and the suffering of artists who shows are now killed. A great deal of talent converged around quipping remains to be seen. We're all that talent. Finding out.
US tech giants accused of 'monopoly power'
"Giant companies were grilled before a congressional hearing. Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Google, Sundar Pichai and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg took questions on how to best police the Internet. The central question dealt with federal law, known as section 2, 30, protect social media companies from liability for their users post Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, appearing virtually urged against any drastic changes section 2 30 helped create the Internet. As we know it has helped new ideas get built and our company's to spread American values around the world, and we should maintain this advantage. But the Internet has also evolved, and I think that Congress should update the law to make sure that it's working. As intended. Dorsey, along with Zuckerberg and pitch, I were pressed to the to the company's policies for content, moderation. And, of course, the three CEOs were accused by some senators of abusing their power over political speech six days before the presidential election. One more heated exchanges came between Dorsey and Senator Ted Cruz. So you're testifying to this committee right now that Twitter when its silences people when its sensors people wanted blocks political speech that has no impact on elections, people people have choice of other communication channels. Not if they don't hear information. If you don't think you have the power to influence elections, why do you block anything? Well, we have policies that are focused on making sure that more voices from possible we see a lot of abuse and harassment, which ends up silencing people in something on leave from the front. Well at on this question. I just mentioned of content moderation. All three of the CEOs were pressed, especially by Republicans, accusing them of having an anti conservative bias. The CEO's also pushback on that They did, however, concede on the need for more transparency around some of their decisions on content moderation. It has been a busy
'Who the hell elected you?' Big tech CEOs grilled in US Senate hearing
"Tech company CEOs and guys very long beards and interest now, Fitz. They faced a lot of questions today in a hearing. I guess it was the Senate Commerce Committee If I'm not mistaken, But how did it go? And is there any news being made? Yeah. First of two appearances by the social texts, social media giant before Capitol Hill. This was the Commerce Committee ahead is Lindsey Graham's Judiciary Committee That's expected to be just after the election. But bottom line you know, Democrats and Republicans pretty much on the same page in terms of social media playing God with American democracy, choosing what posts get to stay up. Who's there? Come down and who gets blocked? Um, and during a presidential election. Ah, lot of alarm about that. Obviously, they seem to favor the more democratic side. So conservatives were particularly angry Ted Cruz really going at it with Jack Dorsey from Twitter. You know, Cruz saying who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report. What the American people are allowed to here and why persistent, behave behaving as a democratic super PAC, So he was pretty fight the Jack Gorski countered. You know, we're not doing that. This is why I opened this hearing with calls for more transparency, So there's pretty good back and forth. One interesting thing I should note is that Mark Zuckerberg, who had the all powerful Facebook initially had trouble connecting with the hearing. Really, somebody on this team or whatever. Overcame a technical difficulties and was able to jump in any appetite as faras stripping away the protections against them being held under slander laws, like newspapers and magazines have to adhere to radio stations any appetite for stripping that away from social media platforms and the leveling the playing field. Yeah, I think there really is. Ah, serious call for change. Obviously, everybody's focused with next Tuesday's election, and it won't happen before the election. But I think there's a lot of discomfort on both sides of the aisle. Really, with the power that these institutions the social media platforms have over our society that and and if they're able TTO basically regulate. Who's that gets to say What then There's a lot of concern about monopoly and whether you need to break them up and that sort of thing. So we'll see if a new Congress can maybe come together and do some kind of adjustments to their Regulation. But, you know, we'll see.
'Who the hell elected you?' Big tech CEOs grilled in US Senate hearing
"The chief executives of three U. S. Attack giant grilled before a congressional hearing twitches Jack Dorsey, Google's Chai and Facebook's of executive Berg, taking questions on how to best police. The Internet. The central question dealt with the federal law known as section 2 30, which protect social media companies from liability for their users post, Google's says in the book I urged against any drastic changing the change is saying that it's the responsibility of big tech to moderate content. Since our founding, we've been deeply committed to the freedom of expression. We also feel a responsibility to protect people who use their products from harmful content and the big transparent about how we do that. Which I along with dosa, and that took a Virgo pressed on their company's policies for content moderation Republicans, accusing them of having an anti conservative bias. They see those did push back on that. But they did concede on the need for more transparency around some of the decisions on content.
Tech CEOs Square Off With Senators in Hearing Over Online Speech
"Committee holding a hearing today with the CEO of social media on the platforms controlling And censoring certain information while justifying it with section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act. This is Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Some ofyou don't trust trust were were acting acting in in good good faith. faith. That's That's the the problem. problem. I I want want to to focus focus on on solving solving Other Other services services like like Twitter Twitter on on your your trust. trust. We We insure insure more more choice choice in in the market. If we don't forecasters say
Ted Cruz grills Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over alleged media censorship
"Of Twitter, Facebook and Google testified on social media protections and censorship issues before a Senate committee on Wednesday. Things getting a bit heated when Senator Ted Cruz got his chance to question Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Mr Dorsey, who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to here. And why do you persist in behaving as a Democratic Super Pac, silencing The news to the contrary? Political Yusa
Whoop, maker of the fitness tracker that pro athletes love, is now valued at $1.2 billion
"Whoop makes fitness trackers and provides performance metrics for athletes and whoop just raised one hundred, million dollars at a one point two, billion dollar valuation from I've VP Softbank Vision Fund and athletes. Including Eli Manning and Patrick Mahomes quoting Bloomberg. The wearable technology up charges a monthly subscription fee in exchange for providing data to users collected from the whoop strap it supplies at no additional cost that can influence how they work out, recover and sleep. After four months of use members dedicated an additional forty one minutes to sleep each night and reduced their resting heart rates by about four point four beats per minute. The company doubts on its website quote whoop data shows users are making different lifestyle decisions such as consuming less alcohol. In order to improve quality of sleep? Said I'VE EP general, Partner Eric Lee who has joined whoops board both he and referred to the company's hyper growth. But declined to provide specific information on whoops subscription base or other metrics. The company's data may help indicate if a user has contracted covid nineteen in June despite not experiencing other symptoms professional Golfer Nick Watney sought a test after whoop data showed his breast permanent were elevated. He tested positive for the virus and ultimately withdrew from the. Heritage existing investors such as basketball star, Kevin Durant thirty-five Ventures Golfer Rory mcilroy and Justin Thomas and billionaire cryptocurrency bull Mike `grats also participated in the funding round as did firms including two sigma ventures, accomplice collaborative, fund, Thursday ventures next few ventures, promos, ventures, Cavu ventures, and d twenty capital earlier investors who didn't join this round include. Jack Dorsey and Moose partners which manages the wealth of the brothers who owned the luxury Chanel Empire Emad said and quote.
Chrissy Teigen shares heartbreaking essay about losing son Jack
"Right spend the money to transition this story. Something we did see an social media at that wish shared for a purpose to resonate and relate to people and help them feel like they're not. So alone Chrissy Teigen's post. that. She made after Losing Baby Jack at twenty weeks a couple of weeks ago yesterday she released an essay I guess I could call it that was just so tough to read I mean it's beautifully written but. It really detailed the moments leading up to. The time she had to say goodbye to her baby and she talked about how you know being put on bedrest. She thought that was going to help the baby, make it to the safer zone of twenty eight weeks. She was experiencing lots and lots of bleeding and at twenty eight weeks doctors would have given her an APP doral and she would have been induced to deliver but just twenty weeks again, she began bleeding excessively leading to an emergency hospital visit. She wrote the fluid around Jack Become very low. He was barely able to float around at some points. I swear it was solo. I could lay on my back and feel his arms and legs from outside my belly after couple nights at the hospital my doctor told me exactly what I knew was coming it was time to say goodbye he just wouldn't survive this and if it went on any longer I might not either she also addressed the people that were calling her out and took issue with her choice to share Saatchi personal emotional experience on social media and she said initially she and John Legend or uncomfortable with taking those photos of Baby Jack after they knew he had passed and They were holding him in the hospital. She's crying she confessed though I knew I needed to know of this moment forever the same way I needed to remember uh, kissing at the end of the aisle the same way I needed to remember our tears of joy after Luna and mild I absolutely knew I needed to share this story she said, she shared for people who have lived what she went through. She shared with the people who needed to see it. She wrote the thoughts of others do not matter to me. She plans to combine her late Son's ashes with the soil of a tree and their new home.
Big Tech CEOs to testify before Congress
"The Senate Commerce Committee will hear from Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and, of course, Google's CEO as well more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey in Washington, Republicans accused them of censoring conservative views on topics like abortion rights. Democrats say they haven't done enough. The police hate speech. It comes as the Justice Department has asked Congress to strip some protections shielding tech companies from legal responsibility for what's posted on their platform, so the executives agreed to appear remotely after being threatened with subpoenas.
Senate Commerce Committee’s hearing was set to discuss tech’s content-moderation practices
"Thing. Both sides are worried about the sobriety, Fox News, the power of big tech companies, and whether it's being abused to the heads of Facebook, Twitter and Google, appearing virtually at a Senate hearing Fox is Jarod help earn Has this live? The Senate Commerce Committee is considering changes the section to 30 of federal law protecting social media sites from liability on what is posted. You are the Democrats correct that you all are the legitimate referees. Over our political speech. Mr Zucker Burger, you the ref, Senator, Senator. I certainly think not, and I do not want Busto have that role. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Google CEO send Harper try all giving a similar response to South Dakota Republican John Boone. Course he did defend his platforms. Labeling of some of President Trump's tweets is harmful, telling the panel action is taken looks of confusion that could occur. Lisa,
At Hearing, Republicans Accuse Zuckerberg and Dorsey of Censorship
"Of Facebook. Google on Twitter as you heard on ABC, testifying in a Senate hearing today on how their companies treat the flow of speech and information. Lawmakers have been critical of the tech giant's when it comes to issues of monopoly, privacy and censorship. Republicans have accused social media of suppressing conservative views and Democrats raise concerns over providing a place for hate speech to thrive. Democrat Maria Cantwell of our state has issues with how she believes these companies affect local media. I am concerned about the vertical nature of news and information. Today. I expect to ask the witness is about the fact that I believe they create a chokepoint for local news, the Senate Commerce Committee authorizing subpoenas for Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Sundar Pichai of Google and Jack Dorsey of Twitter. Other companies have said they are appearing voluntarily.
All about Section 230, a rule that made the modern internet
"Chuck, A lot of us have been hearing about You know, Congress going after Ah social media companies and for some of us don't fully understand. With this Senate scrutiny is all about section law section 2 30 or something. Yes. So basically section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act is a key piece of legislation was passed back in. I believe 1996. So it's about 25 years old now. And basically, it gives Internet companies immunity from moderation decisions that they make regarding third party content that appears on their platforms, so it holds them effectively harmless for content that is not put up by them and A little bit of background on this. The reason that this came into effect was that back in the early 19 nineties. Do you remember? There were a couple of Internet service providers copy served in Prodigy? Those those names they're a little bit of a blast from the past. I know and Basically CompuServe at the time, said Look, we are not going to do any regulating of what users post on our service. We're not going to do a thing. Prodigy, on the other hand, said Look, we have a team of moderators that we want tohave validating content and saying, Guess we're okay having this up on our Site. Basically, you had a couple of lawsuits that were put up about different things that you know went up on the various websites and CompuServe because they said, Look, we're staying completely hands off. They were found and not be at fault for any of the content because they said, Look, we're just allowing everything to Gohan moderated. And so we are a distributor, not a publisher. We're not liable for anything that's happening on the other hand Prodigy because it was found that they had taken the role of an editor effectively and regulated customer content, they said. Not, they said, But the court case said that even though they hadn't written it They were responsible from a libel perspective for if libel was committed on their service. And so Prodigy said, Well, look, we didn't we didn't you know, write any of this stuff? So you know it's something where it shouldn't be our fault. This is where section 2 30 stems for. Bad example. If you didn't have section 2 30. I went on Facebook and wrote something disparaging about Tucker. Facebook would be sued for what I wrote. Okay, That's the so that's the problem. Is that it effectively without section 2 30 completely. It stifles the ability of individuals to actually write what they want and Staples free speech on the Internet because every company would say Look, we have to hold ourselves to a impossible standard. And so we're not going to allow for third parties to actually write anything on our website if we could be sued for what they're writing. So That's effectively where the standard comes from. What's being debated here is whether or not those protections have extended too far and whether or not in the social media world they need to be amended based on what is kind of the status quo here. Ah, And kind of how it's being used today. Um I think that for as much as I may fault Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey for you know the kind of the way that they've built social media into what it is. The removal of section 2 30 protection in its entirety, I think is something that Where? Where would you find a place to actually say something on the Internet? If it had to be thoroughly vetted by someone before you're actually able to post it, and that company would be held liable if what you said in any way, shape or form created a legal case in the future. Like what are we? What are we building here is an army of lawyers to, like, litigate all this stuff. Right. And what does it do The innovation. Correct, So I don't think the answer is getting rid of section 2 30. I think the answer's very simple. You need to figure out ways to break up the big social media companies. And then you need to be. I think very aggressive in terms of crafting appropriate legislation to manage the algorithms that are being used in terms of how they show and push out content to individuals. I think that that is Where I would be looking. I certainly don't want to be seeing censorship. And I think the removal of section 2 30 would lead to greater censorship, not less. And so, as such, I think that the answers are typically more simple than this. It's not getting rid of. You know the lack of liability for saying something is here's the The example. If I walk into a McDonald's and say McDonald socks Does someone get to sue McDonald's? Because I made their experience worse in there. No, like they don't get this. Like, right. It doesn't make any sense in the real world. Why would it make sense online, right? Twitter's Jack Dorsey is he's a CEO and a time of turmoil he's being accused of, you know, not give providing Fairplay to conservatives. And the more you dig into the guy's a pretty interesting character. So this to me? Feels a little bit like a headpiece that in that you will get the two companies that Jack Dorsey owns Twitter and Square. Twitter's up like 60% this year squares up like 400%. They're both doing fantastically. And yet we get these stories about. Well, Jack Dorsey's too hands off. Yeah. Now what? What are we talking about? Like I have problems with Twitter and how they run stuff. But this is trying to build a story that quite honestly, I don't think is really there If I'm being honest on this, Yeah, Okay, I read. The whole thing is in today's Wall Street journal folks, if you haven't seen it yet. And what I found interesting is the CEO of two really big companies simultaneously and to Jack's point. He's doing a very effective job in in in terms of the management of the company that leased from a stockholders perspective, and that's ultimately what matters right. The stockholders have benefited but you know, he takes a tremendous amount of time off. Walks, toe work. He's a minimalist if you know what that is, so it's just that he's an interesting cat on DH. I found it to be a great
Big Tech CEOs To Testify Before Senate Panel On Platforms' Legal Shield
"Learning more about what the CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter planned to tell a Senate panel tomorrow. Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google Cinder patch, I will defend a law that shields or companies from legal claims stemming from content posted to their platforms. In Zuckerberg's testimony published in advance of his remote appearance, he'll warn repealing the law will force tech companies to censor more content. Republicans already say they censor conservative voices. As Democrats accused them of not doing enough. The police hate speech,
"jack re" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Is that if you look at the image that we show you where he says, no, there's something known as the twitter ratio and this is where you know if if you do something that really catches fire that has meaning on twitter, you get ratios in a positive way meaning you'll have thousands of re tweets and probably even more likes and generally very few comments because people will just re re tweet. That's their. Way, and like that's their way of saying, Oh, I I liked this. This is funny. This is interesting. This insightful something like that. When you see a tweet that has tons and tons of replies that usually means you got ratio to hell because you lied or you're you're being called out on something as of US taping this right now, and this is probably significantly changed even just in the last little bit. There were almost five thousand comments to Jack basically virtually all of them I mean, I did a scan virtually all of them saying we don't believe you. You're a liar you guys obviously shadow band you're playing with words and the rest of it I don't know what the answer is. I will say one other thing on this. I'm not trying to make this about Jack Dorsey of truly not a Jack did agree to do this show publicly and privately several times and then His people just they just seemingly wouldn't do it. That was actually right before he went on. Joe, Rogan and I think that appearance was so terrible probably for him and for twitter that they just you just kick the can down the road anyway. I I mentioned all of this not to get in the weeds again on just like little twitter back and forth and everything else. But the way the game is being played right now it's like we are about. As I said under three weeks away from a massive election and it's not just that crazy stories are breaking, and again it's for you to judge how important you think one hundred stories. It's that the companies that control the way we can receive information and share information. They've decided that they are the arbiters of what can and can't be shared. You know the the twitter support threat on that that I just referenced Jack Re tweeted he talks about how certain they won't share certain stories if they're unauthorized and things like that and it's like well, you guys did share the trump. Tax Story Right which was leaked. So we know that there's a symmetry here and I think what has happened is the people the people now, right us you guys me. We've woken up enough that they're really losing control of losing control fast and they've got basically three weeks to figure out how to how to recalibrate. So the Biden becomes president because this this like lockdowns in so many other things in our society are purely about trump. It's IT'S A. Weird it's just a freaking weird weird thing. Maybe we are in a simulation who knows but speaking of simulations let me show you two humanoids This is Kamala Harris vice presidential candidate She was on Rachel Maddow and and just check out these two genuine humans. But I just realized that I would kick myself. If I didn't just ask you before I let you go if you noticed the fly on vice president pence his head time during the Or if that was something that only go could we could see on could.
"jack re" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And there were lots of movies that were scheduled to come out. Excuse me in the spring and summer time that we're ready to go that have been put on hold. So I think that you know, because fewer people are going to be allowed into theaters for a while. Theaters are not going to be up and running the way that we once knew knew them maybe ever but certainly for a very, very long time. Capacities are going to be greatly reduced. So I think some of the movies that have been on hold will fill that void that you're talking about a lot. A lot of places are back up and running and filming again. Very, very, very cautiously. But I don't I don't think that there's going to be any shortage of material for quite a while. Okay, you know, because we've got you know, there are plenty of movies that are coming out every single week. On Online platforms right now, this week. I'm going to be talking about this more later on in the week, But can you hear that horn? Go? Yeah, that's always great When someone runs the horn out when you're on the air. It sounds like it sounds like somebody's burglar alarm. That's just improve it. Really I'm outside. Yes, yes, There's this movie that's called the boys in the band remake of very, very Tony Award winning play. That has been adapted for the big screen that stars Jim Parsons and Jack Re, Kanto and Matt Bomber and just Ah, whole list of incredible actors that I'll be talking about more than that. That's just one of the new things that will be coming out. Little Florence. Thanks, Dean. Thanks for joining us. As always, we appreciate it. News Time on W G N.
"jack re" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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"jack re" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"Dr Pepper. Don't you know? It's the original taste that I love so. And the taste is making peppers. Green Peppers Peppers Choir Shire. Winning papper spanning peppers, peppers, peppers waiting to be. A. Simpler time, why are we playing Dr Pepper commercial because of this horrifying news from yesterday the coronavirus pandemic is causing a national shortage of Dr Pepper boy. The overly serious low voice dope ever explain what was going on. Then what I can understand it's not actually a shortage DR pepper shortage of aluminum cans because of the coronavirus getting everybody stored up on. So many things in trying to get caught back up and there's actually a shortage of aluminum cans right now why they chose Dr Pepper to be the the headline of that I don't know why. They thought it'd be funny or something or Dowell out of Gone With A. FRESCA or are see colour. CONTRARIAN Big a diet Dr Pepper Fan. One points voice not duct giant. Diet? Soda was just gross. Netflix, you get used to it. So, pepper kosher. So in need of an identity, you're going to form it around the soft drink. It drink sad this from the Pentagon they are dismissing as an unserious debate over whether or not they will be potential military involvement in any post-election dispute. Oh. Yeah in other words those who say the military is going to get involved in trump's going to stay in office you're you're just you're just making up. To entertain soft heads what are they supposed to say? Yes, we're going to do it. No. Good Point John even cover the double reverse boy people. You know it's funny back to the identity thing. People. To be afraid because it brings them closer to other people and they get a sense of community. So they invent bugaboos to scare themselves. It's really an aspect of human. Kind but I get the wanting to be close with people and having a sense of community I get that. But inventing some impossible horror seems crazy mentioned earlier, there is a new Bob Woodward book coming out in a couple of weeks. He famously of Woodward and Bernstein who helped bring down Richard Nixon back in the seventies is a very old man but he writes really good and well sourced books about politics and presidencies and he's got one about the trump presidency called fear rage his first one was fear this one is rage. when it comes out September the fifteenth. And it will be all the talk of Cable News, and everything else for several days it will be misinterpreted misreported a cherry picking in a way that drives me crazy. But it will be a good look inside the trump White House because he usually gets really great sources but the it will eventually have no significance whatsoever probably a good read if you like to know about that sort of thing. So Jack Re tweeted that we re tweeted this the Armstrong and getty count on twitter you really ought to follow on the twitter and we're on the facebook to we got to be more active on that. We're we're talking about that but I'm facebook. Yes. Got To be facebook anyway came across his quote this tweet rather while woke white people demand everybody used the term Latina cks the vast majority of Latinos no of the term and the vast majority of those who do know of the term don't want to use it. The. Newsrooms of America have decided. To use the term. Latina. Exit the and not Latino or Latina because that has gender language please stop using gender language. So the woke crowd is attempting to cram this term down America's throat and the only people they have really are college campus nut jobs whether professor or or dewy eyed kids who don't know Sh. From shine. Or? and the militant woke crowds in America's newsrooms that Barry? Weiss of the New York Times talking about the the terrorists in the newsroom's demand everybody conform to what they're soc professor told him the world should look like but anyway so among. Latino adults. Seventy six percent have not even heard the term. Latina. That's funny. Twenty percent I'm sorry twenty three percent have heard of it. And among that twenty three, percent three percent use it. And twenty percent do not. In other words Oh. That's that's just Americans. A third of Oh this this work it's interest. I'm one third of Americans who voted the term Latina says should be used to describe the US Hispanic or Latino, population a third but among all Hispanics. Other terms are broadly preferred. Hispanic Sixty, one percent Latino twenty nine percent, Latino six, four, percent for. That's of all Hispanics. Of those who've heard of Latina accelerate ten percent of think determined to be used. And among those who haven't heard of it, they hear it and only two percent say that's a good idea. Hispanic People Latino people hear the term. Thank think what shut up in gigantic numbers overwhelming I mean that that two percent I gotta believe one of the half of that like the meant to answer the other way just because the way human beings are it has no support. It's being laughed at among the very people it purports to be helping. That is how nutty though the wo- crowd is you should be laughing at them except when they try to run you out of your job then understand you're dealing with vicious people who like to hurt but in terms of the actual intellectual heft of their arguments, there is none their feathers they're they're idiots there. They've been diluted by these this ideology that they're they're jumping up and down on one foot and clucking like a chicken. I mean they just they're not making any sense at all. Crazy people and yet they're smashing up cities. Were under the The affectionate gaze of Democrat mayors is really an odd time. It's almost worth it because it's so weird I mean it's like going to the zoo and seeing some sort of like seeing platypus. Look at it. It's gotTA. webbed feet. It's got a week lays eggs, but it's a mammal. Well, that's what these people are. There platypuses you can hardly believe they exist and there aren't many of them. Apropos of nothing just because I did this yesterday. Well, it's hard to really dovetail to a platypus rant exactly I dished up a difficult ball by if you haven't caught onto the fact that there's a difference in chords for charging your devices. There is such a.
"jack re" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"No no no ways tired we come to where we started what's this nobody told me the road greasy and I don't believe you brought this fall to stop you don't like what's going on in this country only one thing to do together we can this country now I mean that's a direct ripoff Hillary Hillary went down just so moved are you know where is tard trying to talk with the black dialect Obama even tried you know he doesn't speak with the black dialect believed he'd be put one on down there what year would that have been a two thousand sixteen two thousand fifteen fourteen whatever but here's but we don't feel low wage star we've come too far for what steps do they think these voters are here comes Joe Biden plugs trying to sound like great African American historical figures as the ultimate in pampering all Jacque Reid Jack re the is senator Democrat Rhode Island and a lot of people don't know why he did pull Losi rip up trumps state of the union speech why did she do it it's been two weeks now and they're still talking about it now they're blaming me for this W. J. A. R. T. V. ten news conference I guess senator Jack reed the question after the state of the union hello she tore up to speech I've heard bipartisan criticism of that would you be critical of her for doing that I think she was so frustrated by a civilian speech that was really a reality TV show when you prevent Rush Limbaugh the medal of freedom at the end of that I think she was overcome by frustration they are making my day making my day I've I've I can if I can do lay claim for the credit for below sea ripping up that speech I had so many people at what it what what it looked like you were there you watch it would look like if it fox it it didn't happen is prominently in happen afterwards and it was in I should have little little tears in it before hand because she's not strong enough to rip the page from the scratch so she had to have cheats will start rips to make it look what it was all a show and it was really pathetic but again that's that's what they think their base wants to see and I don't doubt that she is personally is frustrated by the inability they've all face that getting from for four years enter Weissman enter Weissman the is the lead lawyer investigator to mother team Mahler was a figure head Weissman was the the guy Weissman has is a well known figure in the department of justice he has been involved in a number of cases that suspicious in dubious he's been sanctioned by a federal judge many of these cases of an over turned in toto by the US Supreme Court and he is a dyed in the wool leftist Democrat pro Hillary despises trump and was actually the the brains behind the Mahler investigation that was Weissman that really ran that show my mother was a figure had Hey what's interesting here is that according to Jim Hoffa gateway pundit Andrew Weissmann actually told Chuck Todd that that the new investigation of this week initiated by the Attorney General involving US attorney in Saint Louis Jeff Jensen amber Weisman says this is actually a ruse to investigate call me McCabe and struck strokes mark now Jeff Johnson is the US attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri has been appointed by bar to investigate something or other and Weissmann is out saying that this is and that the bar may be having something up his sleeve and may be running a distraction operation here by getting all agitated about the Roger stone case in the sentencing every may actually running another door a much type investigation because Friday bill Barr assigned Jeff Jensen the U. S. attorney Eastern District of Missouri he lives and works in Saint Louis your review of the abusive case against Michael Flynn Barr also assigned a handful of prosecutors to review other cases in the US attorney's office in DC and and and of course Weissmann is out telling people that this is a new investigation and the call me McCabe and Peter struck strokes mark I don't know if that's true or not but I think with the Weissman saying so I think there's probably some validity to it and I think there are still people quaking in their boots over it now I know all of that McCabe just got a pass and I think that's a bad bad thing I think it's a it presents a bad picture yeah it cements the idea that if you're in the F. B. I. you can lie to Congress you can live with the F. B. I. and you can you can you can rely on three oh two is you can you can change three oh two as you can you're gonna live of the FISA court nothing in the world's going to happen you're you're going to get a pass but you be like Martha Stewart you light of these investigators are Michael Flynn you're going to jail for years six months to years you get hired by CNN as a commentator when everybody knows that you were one of the ring leaders of this very unconstitutional cruel that was designed to create the idea that trump was a traitor and cheating with the Russians to steal the twenty sixteen election is outrageous but at the same time I've I would I don't think McCabe is in the clear I think he's been cleared of a process crime lying to the FBI lead but I don't think he's a skateboarder building but make came is out there Nick Cave is I think it's outrageous that I would be investigated for two years by the department it's outrageous look at what you think it's outrageous what you tried to do to trump the arrogance of these people it it makes me feel I gotta take a break I just saw the clock sit tight we've got much more straight ahead we get back.
"jack re" Discussed on WJR 760
"Don't know where he starred you were restarted once is no bridge over the road greasy this fall you don't like what's going on in this country only one thing to do together we this country now I mean that's a direct ripoff Hillary Hillary went down the slow moving where is tard trying to talk with the black dialect Obama even tried you know he doesn't speak with the black dialect worried he'd be put one on down there what year would that have been of a two thousand sixteen two thousand fifteen fourteen whatever but here but we don't feel low wage star we come through far for what steps do they think these voters are Joe Biden plugs trying to sound like great African American historical figures as the ultimate in pampering all Jack gray Jack re the is senator Democrat Rhode Island and a lot of people don't know why either DPO Losi rip up trumps state of the union speech why did she do it it's been two weeks now and they're still talking about it now they're blaming me for this W. J. A. R. T. V. ten news conference I guess senator Jack reed the question after the state of the union hello she tore up to speech I've heard bipartisan criticism of that would you be critical of her for doing that I think she was so frustrated by a civilian speech that was really a reality TV show when you present Rush Limbaugh the medal of freedom at the end of that I think she was overcome my frustration they are making my day making my day I've I am I can if I can do lay claim for the credit for below sea ripping up that speech I have so many people at what it what what it looked like you were there you watch it would look like if it fox it it didn't happen is prominently in happen afterwards and it was you know she had little little tears in it before hand because she's not strong enough to rip the page from the scratch so she had to have cheats will start rips to make it look when it was all a show and it was really pathetic but again that's that's what they think their base wants to see and I don't doubt that she is personally is frustrated by the inability they've all face that getting from for four years and Weissman enter Weissmann is the lead lawyer investigator to mother team Mahler was a figure head Weissman was the the guy Weissman has is a well known figure in the department of justice he has been involved in a number of cases that suspicious in dubious he's been sanctioned by a federal judge many of these cases have been overturned in toto by the US Supreme Court and he is a dyed in the wool leftist Democrat pro Hillary despises trump and was actually the the brains behind the Mahler investigation that was Weissman that really ran that show my mother was a figure had Hey what's interesting here is that according to Jim how often gateway pundit Andrew Weissmann actually told Chuck Todd that that the new investigation of this week initiated by the Attorney General involving US attorney in Saint Louis Jeff Jensen amber Weisman says this is actually a ruse to investigate call me McCabe and struck strokes mark now Jeff Jensen is the US attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri has been appointed by bar to investigate something or other and Weissmann is out saying that this is and that the bar may be having something up his sleeve and may be running a distraction operation here by getting all agitated about the Roger stone case in the sentencing every may actually running another Dorham type investigation because Friday bill Barr assigned Jeff Jensen the U. S. attorney Eastern District of Missouri he lives and works in Saint Louis your review of the abusive case against Michael Flynn Barr also assigned a handful of prosecutors to review other cases in the US attorney's office in DC and and and of course Weissmann is out telling people that this is a new investigation and the call me McCabe and Peter struck strokes mark the animal that's true or not but I think with Weissman saying so I think there's probably some validity to it and I think there are still people quaking in their boots over it now I know all of that McCabe just got a pass and I think that's a bad bad thing I think it's a it presents a bad picture yeah it cements the idea that if you're in the F. B. I. you can lie to Congress you can live with the F. B. I. and you can you can you can rely on three oh two is you can you can change three oh two as you can you're gonna live of the FISA court nothing in the world's going to happen you're you're going to get a pass but you be like Martha Stewart you lied to these investigators are Michael Flynn you're going to jail for years six months to years you get hired by CNN as a commentator when everybody knows that you were one of the ring leaders of this very unconstitutional cruel that was designed to create the idea that trump was a traitor and cheating with the Russians to steal the twenty sixteen election is outrageous but at the same time I've I would I don't think we came is in the clear I think he's been cleared of a process crime lying to the FBI let but I don't think he's a skateboarder building but make came is out there Nick Cave is I think it's outrageous that I would be investigated for two years by the department it's outrageous look at what you think it's outrageous what you're trying to do to trump the arrogance of these people it it makes me feel yeah I guess I can break I just saw the clock sit tight we've got much more straight ahead we get.
"jack re" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"No no ways tired too far from where we started what's this nobody told me the road greasy and I don't believe you brought this fall to stop you don't like what's going on in this country only one thing to do together we can fact this country now I mean that's a direct ripoff Hillary Hillary went down the slow moving where is tard trying to talk with the black dialect Obama even tried you know he doesn't speak with a black dialect worried he'd be put one on down there what year would that have been a two thousand sixteen two thousand fifteen fourteen whatever but here but we don't feel low wage dar we've come too far for what steps do they think these motors are here comes Joe Biden plugs trying to sound like great African American historical figures as the ultimate in pandering all Jack gray Jack re the is senator and Democrat Rhode Island and a lot of people don't know why he did pull Losi rip up trumps state of the union speech why did she do it it's been two weeks now and they're still talking about it now they're blaming me for this W. J. A. R. T. V. ten news conference I guess senator Jack reed the question after the state of the union hello she tore up to speech I've heard bipartisan criticism of that would you be critical of her for doing that I think she was so frustrated by a civilian speech that was really a reality TV show when you prevent Rush Limbaugh the medal of freedom at the end of that I think she was overcome by frustration they are making my day making my day I have I have I can if I can do lay claim for the credit for below sea ripping up that speech I have so many people at what it what what it looked like you were there you watch it would look like if it fox it it didn't happen is prominently in happen afterwards and it was you know she had little little tears in it before hand because she's not strong enough to rip the page from the scratch so she had to have cheats will start rips to make it look when it was all a show and it was really pathetic but again that's that's what they think their base wants to see and I don't doubt that she is personally as frustrated by the inability they've all face that getting from for four years enter Weissman enter Weissman the is the lead lawyer investigator to mother team Mahler was a figure head Weissman was the the guy Weissman has is a well known figure in the department of justice he has been involved in a number of cases that suspicious in dubious he's been sanctioned by a federal judge many of his cases of an over turned in toto by the US Supreme Court and he is a dyed in the wool leftist Democrat pro Hillary despises trump and was actually of the the brains behind the Mahler investigation that was Weissman that really ran that show my mother was a figure had Hey what's interesting here is that according to Jim Hoffa gateway pundit Andrea Weissman actually told Chuck Todd that that the new investigation of this week initiated by the Attorney General involving the US attorney in Saint Louis Jeff Jensen amber Weisman says this is actually a ruse to investigate call me McCabe and struck strokes mark now Jeff Johnson is the US attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri has been appointed by bar to investigate something or other and Weissmann is out saying that this is and that the bar may be having something up his sleeve and may be running a distraction operation here by getting all agitated about the Roger stone case in the sentencing every may actually running another door a much type investigation because Friday bill Barr assigned Jeff Jensen the U. S. attorney Eastern District of Missouri he lives and works in Saint Louis your review of the abusive case against Michael Flynn Barr also assigned a handful of prosecutors to review other cases in the US attorney's office in DC and and and of course Weissmann is out telling people that this is a new investigation and the call me McCabe and Peter struck strokes mark I don't know if that's true or not but I think with Weissman saying so I think there's probably some validity to it and I think there are still people quaking in their boots over it now I know all of that McCabe just got a pass and I think that's a bad bad thing I think it's a it presents a bad picture it it cements the idea that if you're in the F. B. I. you can lie to Congress you can live with the F. B. I. and you can you can you can rely on three oh two is you can you can change three oh two as you can you're gonna live of the FISA court nothing in the world's going to happen you know you're going to get a pass but you be like Martha Stewart you light of these investigators are Michael Flynn you're going to jail for years six months to years you get hired by CNN as a commentator when everybody knows that you were one of the ring leaders of this very unconstitutional cruel that was designed to create the idea that trump was a traitor and cheating with the Russians to steal the twenty sixteen election is outrageous but at the same time I've I would I don't think we came is in the clear I think he's been cleared of a process crime lying to the FBI lead but I don't think he's a skateboarder building but make him is out there Nick Cave is I think it's outrageous that I would be investigated for two years by the department outrageous make it what you think it's outrageous what you tried to do to trump the arrogance of these people it it makes me feel I gotta take a break I just saw the clock sit tight we've got much more straight ahead we.
"jack re" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Late night NBA staff is this it's a Tuesday so it's got to be NBA TV not that T. N. T. R. E. S. P. N. Knicks Lakers at one time that was a big deal he's one of the two teams hold up their end of the bargain I beat the Lakers AB one of the best records in the NBA I then it's not so much out in LA tonight dad but they're just getting under way so I got to basketball to keep an eye on but mostly I'll be talking to you telephone lines eight eight eight seven two nine ninety four ninety four you just happen on you'll make the call I'm giving everybody a chance to slip into which every general manager Hughes they want to in town right now eagles in fails in their off season got to build a better for next year yes the eagles made the playoffs but I thought they were a Superbowl contender when you get bounced in the wild card round from the beginning of the year the result ends up being a disappointing season now that you have to factor in what transpired over the course of the year with all the injuries they add Carson Wentz going down in the championship game there are explanations why the eagles are no longer playing at this stage of the season what you want to put those explanations in a quick and work students in the room where you do that by making changes the general manager the guy's gonna make changes you can play general manager here with me tonight if you are talking goals filled have done a couple of good things during the off season what they have done quite enough yet now nearing a tricky division each year one bad team the Marlins and even better the Marlins aren't as bad as they finished last season they've actually made a couple of moves to drag give themselves more fighting chance this year they're not gonna be good enough and they're still gonna lose close to a hundred games and the Phillies need to take advantage of but the Mets and Braves in nats we'll be taking advantage of him as well and those teams aren't is easily beatable but the Phillies but your mac clin tax use what would you do six of them flyers in season got to be making a decision stop great the team right now step paid play give us something that we need I give you the chance to do so as their general manager my phones right eight eight eight seven two nine ninety four ninety four Todd from south Philly's up tied right ninety four Debbie I take Hey Jerry how are you very good good are you ready to go into the melee green Twilight Zone with me okay The Twilight Zone I'm intrigued I don't know if you will like it but its moral on one minute well how first things first I would go to the Jaguars that I treat you get your I. trade our son Joffrey it was jaguar's fur neck hold on a fourth round pick that way they get rid of the salary to the seat like they're ready to make sure their guy they're probably already think they get nicked hold back a midnight green all pulled the our Shawn Jeffrey Dollery as first Jack re re shake their old contract down to four years they can be really any fully guaranteed the down the fifteen million a year that I would trade Carson when you need to hurt dealers use there thank you it's Patrick and I let Malcolm wall okay let's see which she moves to I like no no not at all sorry about that I don't see Malcolm walk I a hate dead it's not an outrageous thing to bring their called back played it Nicole's does his best work as a backup quarterback Hey if you trade cars in when she's no longer a backup quarterback so I'm not trading for your calls just to hand him the starting job again your whole trading Frau shine thing hide so married eight because falls is making more but Jeffrey is making a lot so you have to take a little bit more it's our but not much yet outrageous that's that's the only part of what you are laying out there that I like yeah that's fair but our our luxury you mentioned that you don't want to you know you go I'll be honest I don't want to see him go what do you think he's worth a contract yes because I all I love you I love you know as much as he's been pulling everything out on the field I think you the eagles all up there for what it's worth but I don't know if you like you've already making that he does take the money together well at thirty three years old you can only if you were going to start talking about like how we resume do you date this year by being a mentor for you back players like Malcolm is only gonna get worse you gonna be playing at thirty four years old next year you gonna lose and other stuff but he's a very crappy battery don't get me wrong but I don't know I think you're an extremely great leader how much more money to be asking for you don't know I don't know is there a price if Malcolm Jenkins is going to put in on reasonable price iron sal and not be fair about the negotiations will then yeah there's a chance of Malcolm Jenkins is going to be somewhere else next year yeah I think the highest number I would put all the hype that people you go with an extra one point five million giving you guys a call at five in the all of the sudden further assist he all but I don't think that's really looking for it usually do poker Carl body and he's not a robot in the box they'd be is basically alive backer allocated and he's really good only what it oral Thomas played for the issue will Baltimore he all he ended up with thirty six we only Kerry either or three year yeah and he's older than our own time is so you're right he's not going to get as much money but he's going to be in that neighborhood and like you said three years well again because Malcolm's older is not going to get to me he's probably gonna get too so we're already negotiating and hatching it out I just hope the eagles are capable of doing that to yes I think he deserves a raise for next year I think the eagles got him under value for the production it they got out of them both the last two years and there's a chance much like with some of the other eagles each year not just as he gets an extra money all the sudden this girl studs that starts to diminish that's a risk you run what in the North Sea to where the eagles need to upgrade at cornerback raid at linebacker upgrade I believe at age pass rusher rated wide receiver anybody want to argue with me didn't think so now you're gonna make position a safety a position and need to you already have a whole bunch of positions of need you've got two good safety zero by the way you gotta get macleod signed if you don't let Malcolm walk and macleod as so many of them blown away animal cloud offer now you need to save peace I yeah I think you got to try and work it out with Malcolm now again we're just sitting here observing from afar and we don't know what kind of outrageous demands Malcolm Jenkins may be making we know he tried to get a contract extension is past your you didn't you stayed out of optional practices when camp opened up he was there and he didn't talk about it all year long all we did was go out and play every single snap on this season that's pretty good dedication if you ask me I know by the way he can still make place he's not the cover guided used to be he's certainly a stay at home safety at this point open the box she help on the run even occasional blade server as the wives Yuji late in the season so yes the E. D. friends of going there to ask to know what he's got with Malcolm Jenkins but if he's used correctly like he was this year I not gonna just definitively say all is gonna be a drop of that you could you give me your older the problem that you have when you I like I like Malcolm Jenkins who you're not gonna use much in coverages yeah every once in awhile you can leave your corn is out there on an island and you need good enough coinage who can play on the island as the eagles don't really have that right now that's why corner back is a position of need for them this offseason eight eight eight seven two.
"jack re" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"What we deliver by delivering with music. So we can. Yeah. Was all food. I like that Gambino Twenty-one savage song. Twenty-one J co. Oh. Uh-huh. Drake on the Drake. Savage on. Did you see the replay? 'cause I was too busy to first time watching his boots. I just seen this shit. I would watch Joe Jack re stop this fight on a main taking a fucking need some new. Yes, show me a history where fight it takes a fucking me and the rest stops, it may I'm so done with this fucking. He's wet man. Cal Brooke Burke. Just fucking you. He took a knee. We're going to lose anyway, Brahma Manny system, but come on. Let's be the crowning. What he hit him with? But both sides nose is bleeding him there who their who their right? We. The kid could have me. Devante davis. Big upstate everybody of the money this weekend, the years man, if I knew you would find your buddy, your friend. I wouldn't bet on them. Not. Got. Now, man, listen, man, he led us down. He led us down with that knockout for show now. But as soon as round once started this. Oh, yeah, he he'd find his good friend. I was like what? It Alameda, and but you can spot your friend day in. And you still getting to take you here. I mean, I see a point. I see your point man. Sad day, man. Sad day. Let me see anything. Anything? Got one. One possibility. Are you ready for this? I just want to cry. I wanna cry. I wanna cry every day, right? Even do. Even Mubin Binoche. I see that green Mutu too. I know talk. Tune it. Oh, I pick for two in this up pick for tuna by knockout he blew it by this season. I knew he wasn't going to get the knock out that was just a dollar Paul Eidos. So don't know by CEOs stupid business. It was about Apolo. You got the fourteen decision. Right. So. Yeah. I mean, I got the fourth. Correct in another gusting hope what? Hope you gotta lie Agusan hope, man. Because I want you get mad at me. I have so many, right? You'll thirteen team Paul lay. And I had a dean, right? It said the issue. Imagine imagine how much do you wanna make that much money? If it was Lieutenant KO taint KO once you lose don't even show, you how much you could have one while wearing it says total wager is says laws zero. Got like nine wages, Nikki all of them. So you empty one? I got one parking right now once. I hit that. A Japanese man immoral. I had so many Joe Joe dias decision. Correct. But look at the top one Ray Wagner. Fortuna tank necks. How things all work out? For to name, and I fell asleep on foot to in the fight twice. It was a wrestling match. The only successful tuna had was the little left uppercut on the inside in that one round like manage. It was sloppy is my man hit me up from DR. Like, I told you I'll house on I'll say what? What? Michael they make some last minute best. What would they talk about who we fire? I wanted to look at some is thought I was doing I know. But what what about Tang? Machado fight hopping yet is all right now, but he do powerless and he hit through the gall and bus. My man made him leak and made a knee. Remember, they were putting cue tips on both sides of his nostrils, God winning gloves. Those winning gloves. How much longer are? We going to sit here in the tank he hit a real deal. They coming. Seal. Now, he come off. Dan, you're you're you're you're you're off bre Chan you gotta do this do was coming up to be weeks..
"jack re" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yeah. Yeah. Kind of him bet around your mic connected again. But it's all good. Yeah. Not man it don't count if man he just sent in screen shots. Betsy could've made I could do that shit all day. No, no. I just show you. I'm a pig. Take by I I could send you twelve screen shots of tank knocking out my men in every rail and wait till he Naga mine and send you the screen shot the forgot it. But, but I respect j you know, what I'm saying that as much as I mean, I was spending more than may whether with these boots on say that. Yeah. Look at my AB about hot sauce. Yeah. You heard him. Right. He coming for that Keith Thurman fight. He still wanted to. She got them rid. Boots. How we got them. He gave me Robert Easter was going on. Yeah. A promise you, I ain't never see a man where knee-high boots unless he was a jockey less. He was riding a horse like I don't understand this shit. But I mean, that's fashion minutes two thousand twenty fashion. You know, what I'm saying men wear women's clothes women women's clothes men is all good, I man. live. I'm more around one bell by the star. Jack re said, yes, a man to fifty six. The. Fit. Where you at Ron stay quiet. Trying to set this up right here. Do I everybody. For the four three two. Go go go. I'm only forty happen. You guys just ahead. Cu we think the. I'll be the replay. You see some see just let me know tell you Toronto pushing the purse he is. You know, I wasn't really expecting that. I was expected to be a little more tentative because of the reach in height of Ruis. He. Statement. He got Beckham nail whoever that do. Yeah. Yeah. Down the locker room big time people out our nose in the locker room. Oh. Our balance. Nice jab to the body straight into the body. The body is hard. The last long because Ruis does have power. What? At the at the first three rounds him like, no, not guess. Came within the first three around. They said that on the last three weeks ago. That was a low await man this big man look at the size of this man making one twenty six now one third. Oh, good. Ryan by Ruis straight down a pipe. Devante smiles at it..
"jack re" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"You can also reach me on Twitter at our LS sports, Jack Fritz producing the program rob cherry with the updates strong crew here tonight on this late Wednesday evening, so get back to everything Philadelphia related in the second. We know the trade deadline tomorrow for the NBA is at three PM. There could still be significant things happening. Sixers wise, they could be moving Markelle Foltz they could sign one of these players whose bought out in pretty decent talent out there guys. That are available like a Wesley Matthews who played with Jimmy Butler, by the way in college at Marquette. So we'll get into that in a second. And a lot of moving and shaking around the league. There's a report that the Mavericks could be moving Harrison Barnes to the kings. So the Mavs clearly with the move last week to get Kristaps Porzingis to to pair him with Luca Danni. That's a major move and porzingas is not cheap. So Dallas looking to make some room to be able to re sign him potentially could be making a move. So the kings would be trading. Justin Jackson and Zach Zach Randolph. We're still doing this kind of the league unbelievable man for years. Van Horn would get dealt in. He was retired for like seven years, and he was still being moved and trades. Stackhouse was like that too incredible. All right. So Chris Pronger Pronger's a great example of that. All right. So you have Justin Jackson. Zach Randolph to the Mavs for Harrison Barnes. So Harrison Barnes who was who has twenty five million dollar player option for next year, which clearly he will exercise we'll be going to the kings kings team is a bad. And we can we caught him at the tail end of the road trip when the Sixers were playing, and we caught them here in Philadelphia. They're dangerous. They're going to be good. The problem is they play in the west where it's just tough to get out of there with everything else that's going on. But we'll we'll keep you posted anything else that we hear throughout the course of the evening tonight. And so that deal last night as I mentioned, I was asleep. So went down about two in the morning, Jack re still up when that went down. Now, we'll get like five, and then I was away for another like, our just reading everything that's the problem. Now, man, like the first thing, you do is you check your phone when.
"jack re" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Like, I'm not into this Jack's re rehab campaign like image rehab, and meanwhile, another part of the bar Schwartz's talking to Stasi about how he like went and saw James and James is reaction to the whole thing. And he's like, yeah. You know, I told jeans about girls night in and like he really starts to flip out like all girls night in now is my night at cetera. And I was like, you know, what's funny that Schwartz. Totally did not say the partner James were James said, all hey, Katie. I you so much because Schwartz knows at the moment that he says that James said that it'd be like, and what you say did you defend me what you do. Which of course, he really did not do it all also James. I don't think that James said horse on the bar. I was joking about that in the scene before he said slots on the part. He did. No. He said he said like that'd be like, oh, we're showing up in as like girls and over showing up launch. And lingerie. Like slutsky and drunk or something like that. I didn't know he sits. Let's I remember him saying like we're showing they're showing up drinking wasted on the bar. But I don't remember him saying, that's but then. Yeah, Tom's like, yeah. And he said those horse on the bar of why are you doing that? Like, why don't you just starting shit? You're such an asshole he shows up trying to be not to pretend these nice to jeans, and then he totally gives them up. And then he tries to look like the good guy again where he's like. Oh, but I really feel bad for him. Oh, that's great. Because you just told all these girls who are totally hating on him. They called them a horse mice, Tom. Yeah. Exactly in katie's like, I don't really care how James's feeling he doesn't get about how I'm feeling. So why should I give a fuck if he'd said? Yeah. Which is how I feel every time. You talk about falling through a skylight. You haven't asked us how we feel. So why should we care about your skylight? So then when you were sixteen I might add before everybody gets all pacey. So then I loved that. She totally wasted all that goodwill to because the memory of people that it's like, okay. Do you can just say she fell through a skylight one time, it has post traumatic stress syndrome, and that's why she was a bitch for year, which was such bullshit. And screw all of you who yelled at me online about that. Because now look here. She is right back to being her horrible south. And then she's already forgotten it like okay now, I'm at the kickin. Thankfully, you know, that that runs in the family in this cast because you know, I don't wanna see people grow. I want to see them grow old and fat. Yeah. It's time for commercial. It's time for. Is your home like mine clutter with stuff you don't use anymore? Clothes and shoes, you know, where to valuable closet space old phones hiding in a drawer, toys and games at the kids aren't interested in anymore. You know, what I'm talking about girls? Let me tell you about an app you can use to self this..
"jack re" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I read it and i know you enjoyed it me tell you something i don't know how i told you this when i was i think riding on the bus with you big slick to one of the many events a couple gin gin and tonics into the day little bit how the hell do you have time to do this was fun to write and i've been working on it for several years but it was fun to right i mean just taking a break from nonfiction and going right into fiction and making it all up and read i love history and reading about history and if i write a sequel i think at the your voice in actress going to be in the sequel fantastic yeah yeah if i write one know how do you not right one i mean what the publisher and get a deal and all that stuff i understand that but i mean this thing is i tell you the because i know you're a huge sinatra fan and anybody who's gone karaoke ing with rich knows that perhaps he's too much of frank sinatra fan to the exclusion of any other any other recording artists well i mean other than looking glass 'cause i sing brandy you're fine girls if find saw what a good wife right but you're but yes and after always comes out when you're around but there was a time in nineteen sixty two this if i if i write a sequel it would be about this would be part of it and there was a time nineteen sixty two when jfk was going to come out to california president kennedy was going to come into california to he was going to be speaking at i think at berkeley and sinatra wanted him to stay at the at the sinatra i think palm beach estate and he had all the stuff built he had a helipad built an expert rooms and the press corps would stay here and this all this all this stuff because he and jack re buddies and bobby kennedy the attorney general squashed it because of sinatra's mob ties and sinatra lost it and he excommunicated peter lawford who is kennedy brotherinlaw from the rat pack and there's a rumor that he took a sledgehammer to the helipad he just went nuts i just love that door yeah that's true and that's real hammer to the helipad yeah which by the way is a fantasy team fantasy team team to the pal and peter lawford would be the avatar or would be sinatra sledgehammer maybe like lawford with like one drop the one from the top yet from todd one instead of garbage across sacred lands it would be just the trashed sinatra conscious ledge hammer to the helipad any testing i don't wanna take a sixty second break and come back and get into this thing okay this thing is the diehard christmas yeah you were the diehard christmas trooper i wouldn't call it that but i i will because bruce willis is on my side and that is john maclean sir we he's he's the skin pup read the script written by steve desouza the screenwriter who is on my side of the debate where you're back in sixty seconds with this and and we have also called your imdb page and you wiki pd page with certain items and we want to know if it's real news or fake okay fair enough with jake tapper cnn when we come back in sixty seconds hey listeners just wanted to take a minute to.
"jack re" Discussed on WGTK
"Hiring somebody to clean up after a gay wedding or somebody were hiring somebody to provide a sound system that there wouldn't have been much of a case here you have to do it that's required by colorado law but this was a creative expressive i think is the term that they used in their brief this was an expressive service in other words which was calling upon his artistic ability of which he's very proud and you can't be compelled to use that in service to a 'cause you don't agree with appreciate your call ins a great question paul let's go quickly to scott in lake taps washington you're on the michael medved show michael good afternoon i have to admit i did not know that they were forced jack re educate reeducated family my my temperature got went through the roof with set that i i pray for there's a lot of us out there praying for jack but as you know i i've sort seven people comment about this case about how how wide it was read and as you and i both know michael here parallel stutzman we have lots for those that don't know we have a leftwing cook attorney general who has shoes flowers and views that raise money for a stupid he's tried to ruin her financially and i wanna know how does this case affect her how it affects affects are very and here's here's something i found out from the alliance defending freedom which is also very much involved in the case of barra del stutzman ar arlene flowers are nells flowers the that case is going to have a key decision that's going to be handed down on monday almost certainly and they're either going to hear the case or are they going to turn it down for hearing it or they're going to refer it for back down to lower courts for rehearing in other words and and i know that the alliance defending freedom has all kinds of new hope and and assumptions about that that case to.
"jack re" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"And the ad council have joe pain you can't ignore right now on the van the and bonnie dry page first you in can test hear relief how jeff from salon angelo poss ruined rudolph salang pass for pain me relief patches and great have conversations everything with you need mark allen in one on the clinically manamani proven page of solution who radio are the dot strongest com label pain reliever available without i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show jfk in the reagan revolution the secret history of american prosperity larry kudrow and brian dimitri rick this is a way of glimpsing american history since the eisenhower administration through the argument about tax code tax cuts the keynesians versus what are called the supplysiders but inside this is a man jack kemp who served in the house of representatives and was the co author of the camp roth nineteen seventy seven bill that we now call the supply side or the origin of the supply sider in the beginning but brian i'm gonna put you on the spot because you that historian though it what the alternative history of america jack kemp singlehandedly from my reading of your presentation convinces everyone the tax cuts will work and he sells it to roth the the cosponsor in the senate he almost sells it to jimmy carter and it's available for ronald reagan when he comes into office overwhelming carter who did not understand tax cuts he wanted a gesture of a tax cut and he wanted a gesture of capital gains jack kemp is right there to make the argument in nineteen eighty this is one of those quota would've showed a brian what's your opinion of why he backed off do you have to have an insight to jack re a jack kemp given what a genius he was wasn't eighty sure you're on all say something maybe shocking at the outset i think jimmy carter would be on my on mount rushmore today and i'm not kidding if he had signed the kemper tax bill that was put on his desk in october 1978 if jimmy carter cut tax rates across the board and 1978 by thirty percent and appointed paul volcker as he did six months later there's the reagan policy mix of a strong stable dollar king dollar and tax rate cuts you.
"jack re" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Rhode island health centre association she and others are brought together by senators sheldon whitehouse and jack re this is a turning into a meltdown and and less we can stop it and were trying our best to stop it in cranston steve klamkin wpro new mccain is not the only gop senator with misgivings alaska's lisa murkowski's undecided main susan sk susan collins is leaning against it kentucky's rand paul calls at fake won't support it but took it has a new police chief wpro's tests roy has the story family and friends stood by in snapped photos as tina gun sobs was sworn in as the newest chief of the pawtucket police to be the first female i'm useful piece cheap any state arnoun it's also on anybody apiece t fair the city of pawtucket and gough middle school in pawtucket tessa roy wp our own news foxborough police say a man had been a domestic violence suspect fatally shot his sixyearold son before taking his own life police chief william baker says he denied forty nine year old williams caccia junior a gun permit july he appealed that denial to the district court in wrentham and on september eight the judge in the wrentham district court supported my denial preventing him from being licensed to carry a firearm that audio from channel twelve officials say sixyearold anthony scratch it was pronounced dead norwood hospital this year's first case of west nile virus in rhode island confirmed today health department spokesman joseph wenzel consis the patients the sixty six year old woman from providence county and he began experience now the ira on september eight that initiated at it and we ended up getting confirmation back today when del can says west niles not uncommon this time of year its peak mosquito season people downstream from a dam on the guava heart why yet talk a river are being told to evacuate immediately because it's about to give way buses are currently evac waiting people from the.
"jack re" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Island health centre association she and others are brought together by senators sheldon whitehouse and jack re this is a turning into a meltdown and unless we can stop it and we're trying a death to stop it in cranston steve clampkin wpro news the bill appearing to be in trouble with republican senators there were certainly not universally in favor of it alaska's lisa murkowski and main susan collins leaning against it kentucky's rand paul calls the measure of fake says he won't supported adding the white house just once a legislative victory they're not concerned with policy in the bill and arizona's john mccain just came out saying he's ready to turn thumbs down once again mogens on hurricane ravaged puerto rico facing the prospect of living for months with no electricity the head of the territory's power authority rain a ricardo ramos says his staffs already been in contact with officials in the us regarding what they'll need to recover it we've been preparing with local an an an an and us fema armed personnel for the last couple of weeks we have a pretty good idea of the help we need we have already requested on amount dope are shown personnel drug material match mexican navy official has apologized for confusion over reports that a 12yearold girl was trapped alive after a mexico city school collapsed in the wake of the seven point one magnitude earthquake miguel marquez reports rescuers are still sifting through the rubble at the school to see if there's any when they're alive they are still digging their they're still hoping that there is somebody alive there but but hopes seems to be fading at that school for more than a day rescuers told reporters they were trying to reach.