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"jeff look" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I mean even if you're like ketogenic fat whenever you still need i mean like you're still burning appreciable glycogen like like like a lot of people. I just riding your bike for endurance. Bro mike no like if. I got a tackle a hill and i'm pushing five hundred watts on hill or during a race. I've got twenty seconds to pass somebody. Which is the allotted time to do so or at least it was when i when i was racing ironman I'm burning huge amounts of glucose and a- and therefore you need throughput of glucose in addition to key tones and fatty acids now. When i was racing kita genetically i still use about a quarter of the amount of carbohydrate. The my competitors were using because i use more more ketones and amino acids but you still need that glycogen throughput and that amount of eating is just so hard on the gut. Because you're eating that sympathetic state. So when someone's commuting in their car and eating like picture that is the same state as a as a traffic hammering power. Our weather biking down the highway. Ninety degrees like you're creating the same gut permeability scenario or at least something that somewhat synonymous. That's yeah did you. How many years did you do each like. Did you do like fat adopted. I did traditional like gatorade. Sports science institute recommended sixty percent to eighty five percent carbohydrates up to a ninety five percent carbohydrate in on race week to load which i was accustomed to because prior to that it was a bodybuilder and the best way to get super swale on stage is after. You've done your morning wayans during what you're fully cramping is because you're dehydrated and depleted and i'd like way in at one hundred eighty pounds that morning and do my posing and stuff world. Judges are but then typically with bodybuilding. It's in the evening when you do your full on poff with all the people in the audience cheering and Between like the eight. Am pose and the six eight pm. Show i would go and punish waffles potatoes. Ice cream all the carbohydrates. I hadn't been eating for weeks on end. I would gain easily in a day like ten to fifteen pounds of water in glycogen. Wait my muscles will just be popping through. My skin looks super bowl on stage and so i was accustomed when i got the iron man of this this concept of deplete carbs somewhat and by deplete carbs. What i mean is when i was following the standard recommendations like each sixty percent carbohydrate but then get up to like eighty five ninety percent carbohydrate intake by the time that the day of the race was and so i did that for like six or seven years and had like really bad gas and really bad bloating and even though i didn't test for it at the time probably had cbo which i'll ton of endurance athletes especially have who are following those basic carbohydrate recommendations Fluctuating blood glucose levels fluctuating. Like all this led to me writing my first book beyond training. Because i i i was trying to like hack these issues and figure out what was going on. So i got into the world of self quantification testing and I performed really well on carbs. Because there's a saying like sugar as a sometimes drug and it can be super super effective performance enhancing aid. Especially if you've been low carb and then you introduce card equation like like you're on steroids. But the problem of course was all the the metabolic and longevity side effects of that amount of carbohydrate throughput so then i started to experiment with low carbohydrate intake with ketosis i kind of had an extrinsic motivator because dr jeff look asked me to be part of the faster study at university of connecticut. Bitter was part of the two. Yes zach was part of it and i. I was one of the selected ketogenic athletes so for twelve months i followed a strict ketogenic. Ninety percent like fat like like like a traditional which i think for athletes a lot of times. There's a there's a mistake made because we're told ketogenic diet is thirty to forty grams when in fact the research to date shows that endurance athletes stained ketosis at carbohydrate intake of up to three hundred grams per day. But for this particular study i was closer to like probably about fifty maybe sixty grams. I remember that. When i went in for that study the pre the priem run the pre three hour treadmill run meal that they gave me was like two strawberries in like six ounces of heavy cream and wait which for me of like the fat profile was accurate but that was like not enough calories. It was just nothing. So anyways. I i did that. Study and of course during that study i was so racing. Everything in applying a lot of what. I was learning in my training. Using everything from exogenous ketones two amino acids to higher higher intake of electrolytes. Just because your electrolytes get more stripped when you're when you're stripping glaswegian from your body and kinda got to the point where i figured out how to feel really good on that fuelling approach although after the study. I shifted into more of cyclic key. Todic approach with evening carbohydrate repeats. The reason being that a my performance was better. Although with the evening carbohydrate repeats. I was able to be in ketosis. And be burning fatty acids for most of the day briefly. Four out of it by the next morning i was at like three miller. Kato is because i was so fat adopted. And the other reason that i made that modification was because during those twelve months of preparing for jeff volk study my t h went through the roof my Free t three and t four and total. Both plummeted My testosterone went to a state of hypo gone at ism and the a lot of that was. Because i i had an of calories. I wasn't energy restricted. But i did not have enough glucose to go around at all. Did you have enough protein. Yeah i think. I did Not only do. I have a decent amount approach. I was probably at about zero point. Six to zero point eight grams per pound of body weight which i think was an protein anna supplementing pretty heavily with amino acids at the time due to advice that Peter attiyah gave me when i balked during one of my races I i called him on the phone. We had a chat. Because he was kind of experimented with a lot of this stuff at the same time that i was and he had been kind of using branch chain amino acids so i started to use the biosteel branched chain amino acids that he recommended during my training sessions. And because i was training so much. That's a lot of amino acids that you're taking in your training like two hours a day. And then i also met another guy named dr david minkoff. Who was more of a proponent of instead of using the branch chain amino acids luccin in ice loosening valley he instead was getting better results for both health and performance with his clients and his athletes. Doing all nine amino acids like nine essential amino acids. so i started doing that instead and And i got so into the effects like the multitude of effects that the essential amino acids had that that that wound up. Being one of my flagship products. That kion was i was. I was just using them so much. The threat formulate a lotta myself. I'll scratch my own edge figure out how to tweak and refine it and and turn it into a product and and so yeah from a protein standpoint. i think i was getting enough. And i was using a hefty amount of essential amino acids testing then. What was the results of the study. Like what did the faster studies show. I don't really remember the remember. The takeaways the big takeaways were. oh man. This was such an interesting study. Because i showed up to the yukon lab the day prior to the three hour treadmill run which was kind of like the big part of the test. Obviously for endurance. Because this was a study specifically on the facts of the ketogenic diet on endurance performance ultra endurance athletes primarily ultra marathoners ironman.
Oklahoma City Thunder Embarrass Boston Celtics
"Special guest tonight, tonight is Jeff Goodman. And before we get to his latest zesti, take on Joe Brown which we will a little bit later in the show. We just want to welcome him to the Garden report. Post game show and Jeff will give you first bite at the Apple. It's I don't know how many times we're going to say worst loss ever because it feels like we've said it a lot. It's hard to not bother. It's hard to not tell this the worst loss ever. This is so this Jeff they work. They were atrocious and embarrassment but I don't listen, I don't care that Jayson. Tatum and Kemba Walker didn't play. I do care because I think Jason should have been out there. I don't know how bad the injury is, or whatever, is dealing with public. And it came like this, you gotta be out there. This is what 11/12 games left in the regular season. You needed this win, you could ill afford a loss like this, but even without Tatum and Kemba last name. They were without shade gilgeous-alexander, and they stink, they absolutely stink. They're trying to tank they've got a garbage team other than Lou door and you lost. You had supposedly Dead one of the top 25 players in the NBA in jail and Brad. I thought, Oh, supposedly. And it starts now, you mean using all subjects, you mean you're not lose. That's the supposedly Factor know. It's, it's true. Jeff look. I think they rolled the dice on Tatum thinking we could get away with tonight and still squash out the window. And so we needed to give him a day off. Let's pick the game and they pick this one on the back to back on the front, end of a back-to-back, and it burned him obviously. And I don't think he's, I don't think he's hurt but I mean, I get it doesn't matter. Like I watched this whole game, I've not watched to Oklahoma City games this year, I still can't name a player on their team
"jeff look" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For the 2021 season must be purchased online and advanced 9 53. Let's check the roads. Laurie Grandi is watching the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Boom. What a morning. It's been in my right e think it right. So we got a problem on the story. Dr. Right now. First off story, Dr West on Big fat or I Reuben ask Big giant pothole out. There is constant flat tires. Westbound store arrive. It's just before Mass AB Police are aware of it. So it should be a dealt with shortly. That's some good news. Things are easing out on the lever connector down wrap. So that's some good news for us getting on to store or drive there and then you can hit the pothole more easily. Route one South and watch out for delays with the crash by Lin Street in Maldon. Slow going from 99 to that point as they deal with that now getting onto the expressway. Well, first off, we get that work crew. They're on Route three north and on the rap to 93 south on in Braintree. And then there's a crash in the center lane North found the expressway right at Morrissey Boulevard. You start to slow down by the pond Set circle. Watch out for delays Still on 93 south, and they're doing that bridgework repair work there, right by 1, 25 and Wilmington. It all started with the crash yesterday. It's some damage there. And so they're trying to get that ramp back Open again. 1 25 to 93 South and Wilmington. As of Right now, it's still closed off, but hopefully that'll be reopened shortly. Now the fore River Bridge is scheduled to open in just about five minutes from now, and that will cause some delays for a little bit of time there for about 10 minutes between on Route three. A, rather between The North and south and at the Fore River Bridge in Weymouth in Quincy, Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three meteorologist Dean DeVore. Now with a check on the four day WBZ AKI. Weather forecast. Well, Jeff, look here is ah, Couple of daybreak..
"jeff look" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Today. Upgrade the stock from hold the by after fighting all the way up. Sure. The stocks already more than toppled this year. But is one of them explained fashionably late upgrading outperform the other no said the margin picture improves differently shifting to market outperform. Where did these johnny-come-latelies? Get it wrong. Wasn't that they didn't realize Tesla's a great technology company with a surprisingly reasonable valuation versus other tech it. Only thirteen times sales at a time when dozens of tech stocks traded more than fifty. Twenty Times sales one tells the fifty which zoom and now's suffice over one hundred. With, thirty nine percent revenue growth in nine point, two percent operating margin Tesla, Obsersa- trade, this cloud place. Especially when you consider all the intellectual property that goes in wanted their cars including a battery it's only going to get better and cheaper I know I was quite taken with the technology when I recommended the stock and dollars a year ago it's now four twenty-five but wasn't the technology that got bored with the story. It was my daughter, my wife and two very smart friends with fabulous financial acumen who drag me kicking and screaming into the bulk corner. I don't think that's why these analysts missed it though even if the tech angle is a pretty good excuse given it, they will cover the auto industry. If they're used to following Ford or general. Motors Tests Valuation Does Look Insane it's now the Lord sort of company On Earth by market cab bigger than Toyota, even Toyota's on track to make roughly twenty times as many cars as it's you. Know, they made a different kind of misjudgment. One that maybe you would. See they failed to understand the scale of the opportunity to Tesla held out to individual investors like you? Including the younger ones we call them the Robin Hood kind who've taken the market by storm. These analysts didn't grasp the younger generations for optimistic ethos to then musk is a rebel with a cause, the cause of observable excellence, not social media mystique or or clown brilliance, but actual metal bent a round brilliants. The analyst could understand the Tesla's more than just vehicle. It's a vehicle of hope in a miasma of clue. Musk even made it easier for individual investors to get a piece of it by splitting the stock. Now it's not a cult stock once thought that was wrong. It's a story of American ingenuity probably lot like, Henry, Ford, I burst on the scene with his universal car. With a much cleaner engine and without Henry Ford's Trademark Anti Semitism. Here's the bottom line when it comes to tesla the dollars were wrong and the believers were right. Those believers are not the rich cautious state preachers of index fund handcuffs there the individual investors who are sick and tired of being told that they're stupid too stupid. A man's money turns out. They can make a lot of money when you buy stock in great company with a visionary Co and a revolutionary product that shouldn't take so many people by surprise and I hope it doesn't after the Shimmering Star that is Alon Moss Tesla. Philip and North Carolina Philip Today. Phillip are you. I'm good before I start I just want to thank you so much because all years that I've been watching you. You're maybe making it possible for me to give Mike Four grandkids a head start on life when they go out to the real world, you're good man. Thank you I try pretty hard and it's worth it when I hear things like that. So let's go to work. Okay. This one other quick question of pictures of your. Trees Neck or Any fruit trees. Thankfully now I think she's in my Italian Gordon but they wouldn't let me go there because this pandemic. I no way. No I love my victories in Italy. What's up? Okay. All right. So this started I own a mobile hundred, twenty, seven, percent last three days. It's been down big. I'm wondering I know what you tell me taking money out right now and play with the houses money. With. William. Lamb houses money you let this one ride now. It's like a lot of stocks said if suddenly feel like the rolling over but twenty great, you know look loss and jeff come on back to show Jeff Look. So we this difference of opinion for a while. But I think Toyota's doing a great thing for small businesses empowering them and I think the stock will be good in the long run and thank you for this kind comments four grandchildren doing well Jackson Connecticut Jack. Jim. I feel county. Man. Few ready to breakout stocks have consolidated and they formed a couple of handle technical over the past eight to ten weeks interested in your thinking on these three right here right now are they ready to run I I P H Chip Company right. He's consolidated over ten weeks back to August. Second. One and the third year real familiar with those Amazon video these ready to go up right from today's levels I don't want put in five. We have in on I I don't want to put them in the same category as as as a AMD was amd right. WAS AMD or is it Amazon? Amdi Okay and MD's up I was damn people felt they were getting hurt by Intel. It's Moore's out. Intel's hurting getting hurt by Md. I. Think aim D I think in video is maybe the finest company in America. Maybe Tesla. I think aimed he's doing incredibly well. And I think that you can do without in. Fi. Just my feeling. both amd and INVIDIA. Let's go to Joe in new. York? Police Joe. The crab with.
"jeff look" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Know I got it from a gas pump gas right that December. Not this time. I'm sorry. January late January, Okay, okay. It would have been pretty early, too. To be honest with you to be honest with you right now, but I had the loss of smell. I was in bed before these. Okay. Lost a lot of pretty good side. Jeff, you might be right. So why not the seven before anybody so I can help people, But I haven't had a chance. I feel bad, you know? They can use my boys. I'm Mr Mason, help on the people. I got to get my ass to only my language. I've got to get over here so I can help people. Well, Jeff, you know when you have a day off the local hospital and see what they say simple is that that's a very magnanimous thing that you have that you're willing to do. Yeah. You know, I hate seeing people by reasons. All right, Jeff, look, I appreciate everything you have. The best. I've been listening for years game I drive home denial. I own my own shop in the I? Ah, I work late Nights. Joys have been Ah, shop alone, Okay? And Ah, listen. When Obama was in there real quick, I have to beg for work. Now I'm turning a look away. I had that's what it is. And I'm sorry, but ah, I want to thank you for being a loyal, loyal listening to have you called me before? No. No. First time another first. No, I will call you back. I didn't go looking forward to the second call. You said your name. In all machinist, a machinist. Okay, well, and you do something I couldn't do. I mean, you have skills that I don't have. The only thing I can do is talk. You actually do something productive? Well, you know, I like your commercials. All those windows. I love it. I'll tell you, Jeff. I don't endorse anything. I don't either owner or I truly believe it. You have a great weekend, you two little Patriot America. American patriots compete. The chief's Yes. Target their great to talk with you as well. Thanks, my friend Craig. I got a wonderful audience. Thank you so much 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 the ladies line. The only line is open right now. 617931 10 30. I love you guys. I really mean that coming back on night side. State.
Tiny Love Stories For Valentine's Day
"We wanted to leave you a Valentine up of stories submitted to the modern love column by readers from around the world. These stories are drawn from the tiny love stories project which modern love debuted in two thousand eighteen where readers tell a love story in no more than one hundred words so here are some of our favorites read by the people who wrote them. Happy Valentine's Day. We met a Munich during October fest. I'd seen him the day. I arrived a handsome stranger exiting the train station that night. We matched on a dating APP. Didn't connect the next day in a massive beer drinkers dressed in traditional German clothes. I spotted him above the crowd. Getting a toast to top a bench were wearing identical lederhosen. I pointed at them slightly drunk and said hey get down here as he jumped down he said you found me. I didn't even know I was looking for him but three years later I still have them huddled several kilometers Mount Fuji on a journey harder than we anticipated. Jeff looked into my eyes which were blurry from crying and said I wonder how many American Express points it would take to have helicopter pickus up. Both of us exploded in laughter and tears. I dusted off my body as he extended his hand and pulled me up. We continue up and down our mountain daily in darkness and light taking turns being the hand held out and the hand that needs lifting to keep
"jeff look" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"And at the time the Jeff and I started I was working in the movie business. I wasn't working in the record business. So how did you get involved with this video. It's actually sort of the opposite. The way I got involved was I came across this student film. I thought this is really pretty interesting. It's called commuter actually. Should get a copy of it would make an interesting embarked on the story but I saw this piece in. I mean I was making you know I was working the motion picture business. Not particularly loving it but I've been involved with a couple of successful successful films but was making music videos and actually just for sport and thought well this would make an interesting. This student film would make an interesting music video when I took into Jaffna Athens of Jeff Look at this. Where did we look at it? I had a beat. I had a child I keep thinking it was on like some small screen incendiary or something but but the peace is restored. I mean Michael Patterson's skill as illustrator as I did get into his background ground. So you know. He went to medical school the medical so that his sense of anatomy his sense of drawing was amazing and when my taking the peace to Jefferson. Jeff this could make an interesting music video and I think the rest is really history. You Yeah it was like one of those and Well it was the I like. Where did you find this guy? And how do we get live when you do and then immediately were like. Oh somebody else going to do this quick but John our where buds conspired that we conspired we actually option. The pieces are men. Meanwhile we optioned him yes. Can you give some examples the videos that you did work on. Before this music percent it was one of the peace it was a Jimi Hendrix did for Leslie. I have actually said that before you turn me on a guy that had the same electron evac electronic tomfoolery was basically working. I when I worked for Adler. We've you've made the rocky horror picture. Show and the first teaching Chum Film and I thought wow movie business that'd be fun this team. DC those two were successful and then one the motion picture business and we really learned how to really dislike it densely just in terms of the process. How you got things done and I worked on a series of films but one that had sort of inspired me about animation and I think is is sort of game on the Michael? Patterson was I worked with ninety. Ralph Bakshi's I worked worked on film called cool world. I worked on American pop. And he you know he was an interesting energy sola lives in very interesting animator and the that whole science animation. Something I'm so intrigued by and the rotations that Michael would draw commuter on. Were interesting which then you were extrapolated on the hobbies and actually it came to pass after the video you left in most said. Do you WANNA come here and I said Oh yeah come back come back to these issues. Highly he lets you. You went onto greater things when I was at warners for a long time. So we've sort of passed back and forth. What was it like to actually be on the set? There have any sense that this was going to be something different. There was a really good car company next door frank. Dale and Stepson's that I spent a lot of time because I didn't have the temperament to stay on set that long John Being in the film business could do it me being somebody who was like you know touch deficit disorder. I just Kinda went. Okay I this is great. That looks good. That's amazing well. It was pretty amazing because there's a scene in the video where the the big reveal where he's cut out for behind the glass and they becomes real or he becomes real when he goes into the glass. I don't really remember. Actually which which it is but it's the first time you see more than as a real person. It's on the sound stage. That was next to frank. Dale and Stepson's I love that name the car company. And you Kinda look at that and you're sort of now. I mean I sort of knew this is it. This is what it was okay magic. That's magic time. That's the shot. That's a shot. That's GONNA transition this thing and and make it you know really special and Steve Barron that just genius genius job because the casting even the little restaurants on all of it. I don't know who the set designer was but when you walked into all the setups the sheets the stuff that I think canvas might have drawn. They blew up Michael did I don't really know which one created the large Scrim so we were working when I say we I mean them. At that point I'd been on a bunch of video. said it's it's not the same. It really wasn't the same because Steve had created in his head how to do the switch without large panel. And you know once you see that that's not something I could see. It's not what I did. That's what he did. You look at it and you go cool. That was a good idea everybody. Nobody bought into the idea. That animation animation. Then pop the beauty. Onscreen that derogatory sense about more I mean mags is also so that good luck the two of them are Paul too but one has the lead singer is always becomes the focal point and he was the lead the narrative but as I said it was that reveal. He'll allowed him to actually look the way he looked and not be doing some cloying Popstar thin. Remember the process of how this came together other the peach. Steve Baron shot the entire piece did an entire at it and then Michael Pattison went back and drew over it. I mean I can remember seeing seeing him. Sit in front of a basically sixteen millimeter. PROJECTOR Ronan Scoping there are shots Michael. Kennedy's have shots of them doing that trying to work. I don't know how many months did it take before. The liberated on three or four done so that was that was part of the great luxury of having the record out in England and having releasing that having succeed not having go into the top ten and a falling having NOCCO very far at all is his life. Okay pack it away. We'll be back and I had to have the ROB Dickins. Iran England at the time you know had the was my friend and still is my friend had understand. I'm gonNA deliver this later. It's going to take this long to do this. And probably and I don't remember this per se but I probably had a illustration to say this is what we're doing. I understand what this is. You know it's going to take some time and in the United States Sally lining up for the next hot they were at zero entity. And I'm not telling you I have done this before and it fail. I have I think I I don't remember in the particular instance when that happened but not everything happens like this. This is just magic once. The video was complete. What was the final rollout? Plan the Marketing Warner Brothers was a label that was chalked up block full of hit albums and songs and artists and then videos because it was really hard to do a bad video for that roster. So there's just so much real estate you can get on. MTV at any given time for a label because the Minute Warner Brothers has ten songs or five songs Columbia records which was as big as we were almost would go nuts. Universal would go nuts. Island would go nuts and so they we had the parse there situation that we had to release things at Warner Brothers. You had you didn't want put up a new act up against the prince video or up I had to do the same thing with Madonna. You had to figure out the slot. It's almost like a racehorse gotta figure out where you're gonNA break the Horse so I think at at the time we just started seeding the market because I used to say and I think a lot of other people that we have one radio station in the United States. It's like BBC. See One. We add one radio station. Wasn't a radio station there was MTV so that hit everybody by the time this record came out they have full coverage at the beginning you know is the state at this day at this. This is one of those songs that the video broke the song on radio because people would see it on. MTV and had forced itself on radio it happens every so many years later Jamiroquai it. They're just different things. That happen. Fiona apple video forced itself on radio. MTV Goes. This is the coolest thing I've ever seen the put him on. Radio stations have to start playing because kids scar calling in the radio station Peter's Neighbor Yup Peter Gabriel's sledgehammer. We did that well. Peter Gabriel was a huge artist inning. But still you never had a big pop hit in the states or he did he had I mean I- Feeder Gabriel to me is the talking feeder. Gave you the fact that I got to work on those records is like I don't care if nothing else underneath anything else. So when when you get to do do those things you've got to figure out how to set them up so you try to create a situation where you've got things bubbling under. That was a record. That's an old record term bubbling under before it hits the charts so we got the video blender because anybody saw that video it was like wow did you see the video and so once we got it to. MTV It would miss this is such A. This is such an anachronism used to be going into heavy rotation or they had some terminology at our Motta. Oh to was about when something went in and they'd play it five times a day or time. Time took power of. Yeah so so it just went right in and it's like and they had a special video and I think it was that I I don't remember what award at one that year. I will best new act. Best new video Beth most creative video special effects special vessel. All of these awards went six cents. Did A win video of the year. No what did that year. I was hop- petty. I don't remember that was covered. Yeah that was a great video but you know it was like the video of the year and Tom Petty was a huge accident. He's the one that I love Tom. Petty so I'm happy for lab and it was like one of those things where you just go okay. Video did not kill the Radio Star and all you kids out there will not know what the Hell I'm talking about. MTV was a a special place to work. And I when I mean workout me worked at me and get them to do something for you but you had to have have something really good at wants to you did they. Were people there that went. Oh our audience would love this. This is perfect for us but Donna was like that once they got it they got it John. What was your feeling when you saw? The finished video was happy. It was done. I mean. I'm saying that lovingly but I mean it's to imagine go over to watch my call. You know anyone. I think he did least sixteen hundred drugs if not more than everyone in and to figure out what the rotation wasn't listen because if you if you watch the video closely realize it's negative and positive space working back and forth which is part of the vibration on the charm of of the beaches. That yeah and it's also not flat. Now's the cameras the cameras rotating and he's doing these the lines you know the movement lines that accent accent stuff that was is uniquely his because there are other illustrations although his are pretty genius but he also made those movement lines were just like where did that come from when you see that in commuter bat something when I saw that it was like whoa because it really it was a guy. Commuters are. WHO's a guy sitting on a train all these train motions and back and forth? We use commuter train of thought. That's right I forgot we I just had cut it because I could actually compensate him more. I could say I'm GonNa take that I'm going to buy the rights to you. Give me more money and part of the thing is when you have a hit that big you gotta I used to feel. I was argued with another record. Companies didn't do it like a music producer. Video director deserve to get paid. I I could never get anybody to actually give a royalty. Even when I ran a record company did royalties but I would pay David fincher. You had a big hit for me. I'd say every two hundred fifty thousand records of sending you ten thousand bucks that I wanted to come back at work for you. Because of that and a lot of people didn't understand that that the idea of creating an environment where the best directors wanted to work for you fat Ed Self. You'd you'd get the best work. No one else did that for them. Why not work permits? And I'd take that time and do a video for me as opposed to and what I say me. I Mean Warner Brothers aren't virgin or something at the workgroup. When I did it was you take care of your creative? People will think about the directors have come out a making music Vietnamese. It's really extraordinary. Fincher micromanaged I brought my son from France. I met him. He had done a a video for version. France and I saw it was a band called Negra vert and I The something like that and I..
"jeff look" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I think some of the Democratic candidates for president of already said I think it's Bernie Sanders is already said we wanna make illegal in every jurisdiction for police to use face recognition many have a story about nuts. Yes it seems like a useful policing policing tool. It does not just policing again. I keep on same examples missing children missing Alzheimer's patients. There are legitimate a criminals herbals who just shot up a bunch of people because we have guns in this country. The technology is not what the problem is that if you have problems with the police you prompted the police. Yes that's true I would I I would recommend a moratorium until they figure out the how to tonal her how to do this and and they and fish until facial recognition gets better at the biggest problem there is a there is a great piece by Benadryl Devon's from and recent Horowitz in the rundown about just this yes and he bends at Ben's brilliant and if you don't follow on twitter and and get his email newsletter telling you want you what Ben says he goes back and he looks at how they're similar fears around around databases and when they got something wrong in a database and there were all kinds of books at the time databanks in dealing with database based problems though Jeff Look at the no fly list that is a solid he then Dan goes through that he says he has there are examples of these kinds of mistakes and those mistakes were there. Yes but that doesn't mean that we eliminate all databases okay. We're not eliminating facial recognition. We're saying that we should put a moratorium on using facial recognition for policing purposes in various cities in in cities themselves are voting on this local municipalities as soon as even a federal or even a statewide is banned in San Francisco Dick Borrell with in these these citizens are they're saying that this is what they want moral panic yeah chef no because the oggy is not fair ready facial recognition technology doesn't folks. I'm sorry but if you have a relative who has Alzheimer's Alzheimer's it's fine for you to sorry you can't find because with two years to get this ready wake with your moral panic stuff and I'm going to finish telling you a wider recognition is not awesome one. It doesn't work the way you're saying it works you don't just feed in someone's face ace and then all the cameras in the city. This is not minority report yet so that's one jeff to the way that police departments have been using it in the SIS documented in New York City and other places is not it. It is an overreach. It is not using the technology in a way that is catching people catching the right people the right so that's what you're trying to say back what you regulate them as you say hey we. I don't think that has anything to do more or less just rather it's it's it's right or wrong. The tech is not there yeah. This is just not. It's it's this way it's input data right right. a witness tells you that person just stole something that person could be lying that that person would be wrong for what you do with that piece of information that one piece of data so and so says so-and-so stole something right is is what justice system is all about one piece of data and we have structures to look through that and I in this case this case. Can I do in this case. You have one piece of day. This is the case in the computer says this person I like this person. Well then you got plenty of ways to say it. Either is or is not that person if you go shoot somebody because of it. Yes that'd be wrong if you if you the rest of the jail rushing Russian lives that'd be wrong but we have justice systems to deal with data to the police screw things up and are often especially around he's yes. That's the problem what if we replace place the word face recognition with fingerprints because there are fingerprint perfect. There are false positives. Some people don't have fingerprints fingerprints are fingerprints are very useful law enforcement tool however and I think with with fingerprints you have that kind of protection that you're talking about Jeff. Nobody just relies solely on fingerprints but but isn't that a useful law enforcement a tool isn't that like face recognition and it's it's information that I as a filthy gorgeous Samsar sure go ahead. Go ahead and fingerprints are way more reliable based on just how long we've been around in development has been their facial. They're not perfect. They're not perfect but also not as acceptable. I'll I'll add onto so if I'm trying so to get a fingerprint actually really requires you send a person out industrial prints and that that is much less so again I wanna tie this back so the easier and faster well but that kills your privacy in a lot of ways so that's an NBA privacy idea so if I can pull out this in if you had my face on your camera that's a lot better rate to actually try to match it against faces in the system what the police are doing now is. They're saying someone will we'll say like oh the woody Harrelson guy actually this guy looked like woody Harrelson and so they ran faces of Woody Harrelson they ran against Woody Harrelson defined this particular person did they find it. Yes is that a great way to use this. No no no but you have to trust. I think benedict is right in the sense sense that the real issue is not lack of trust in the technology so lack of trust and police and does yes that is true. I mean it's the same problem with a woody Harrelson thing. That seems like a crappy idea like you can't ahead at work and if you trust no the rest of the police process it worked effectively. You can't give people people who aren't ready for the tools the tool in that's what these moratoriums are trying to do. They're saying you know what you're not trustworthy enough to have this as a tool and I don't think that's that's not a wrong one thing to say but again we can what right let's let's. Let's take out crime. Take our crime for a second all right is it. Would you be okay if they use this technology for missing soon children or Taytay use this editor concert to block stalkers from getting into the concert. If you take an interesting thing because that's that's private you can opt into that so using it for missing children. It depends on how they use it in. It depends on where that data goes. It's likely the point does depend on the situation use it does addison text. It doesn't just depend on the use so it depends on the use it depends on who has has access like would I give this to an organization. That isn't like the police actually maybe so. That's why I would give it to Taylor. Swift you know go see your confidence and trust in our local. I'm just I get chiller swift as an armed. Everybody does not need need all of that particular power I. I don't think it's unreasonable to say let's slow down or let's have a moratorium. I think that is not an on Russa's when it's ready. Who's WHO's the God of ready them citizens? That's why they're being decided at the municipal level. We're always the God of being pumped up by immoral panicked four. We leave benedict speeds. Can I just point out this is neat Ciardi as in there which you give credit for which I think is really nice expression of machine learning just for for future for us for power points folks yes so classical programming. I've said this for a long time. This is guy is actually my definition of artificial intelligence normal programming you give it the programmer gives it rules. Thank you data. The computer program applies the rules to the data results an answer. That's algorithm programming uh-huh and I think a lot of what we call a is actually that really I real machine learning you give it a ton of data. You give it answers so you you say these are all bananas right and then it generates its own rules for picking bananas from Hotdogs Right and I think that's a that is very useful for everybody. Little chart on weight understood her he found us and he said everybody know who did this and sure Enough Francois Surely Dead Newport credit but I think it's a very nice little powerpoint thing I just want to mention that there was a nice way of changing the subject and also to put a button on this conversation conversation If you want more of this more conversation about this you can check out triangulation episode four hundred we talked about the guy behind the police San Francisco police ban on facial recognition Ben. I can't remember his last name. Yeah that was very interesting. triangulation hurry good Java Promo trying to trying to give give our other shows a little yeah. We want to put a button under put a bow go on it. Put more of a button than a Bo kind of guy. I don't know I'm like wait. I've been saying that wrong this whole time because it's a very it's a Harvard Bocquet. Put up by putting that seems a little more archaic data ILLO Gypsum but I'm allowed to do what a tastic however is where the home of Neil Loach's the in the United States of America. Let's take a little break. You know what Mr Harvard needs. Hey needs grandma always said to myself off. I don't need Gramley because my grammar's perfect then I started using rarely. Oh maybe I do because it's more than Grammar I'll get the basic free version of grammar his spelling and grammar but then there's gramling premium and that's what I've been using. I would highly recommend to everybody. It's an advanced punctuation checkers structure truck sure style within context not when you're running a business proposal that's different than an academic essay or a blog post so it understands that and we'll help you you write appropriately for the venue. It'll give vocabulary suggestions. It'll suggest do you mean Bo- not button. Conciseness snus re. The readability score's very useful..
"jeff look" Discussed on KOMO
"Fifth Jeff looked everybody it is Thursday morning we are making it through the work week were nearly to the end in the sun is going to make a nice comeback blue skies today highs on either side of eighty even warmer for Friday will be in the low to mid eighties but there is some chance for a few showers around here on Saturday mainly over the coast in the cascades and it's just an iffy chance at this point just keep an eye on it because you have some outdoor plans in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell the Seahawks begin training camp this morning the V. mac they signed defensive tackle Earl Mitchell yesterday he spent the last two seasons with the forty Niners the C. oxide Mitchell because they won't have juror and read for the first six games of the season after he was suspended earlier this week the mariners closed out their three game series with the Rangers yesterday with a five three when it T. mobile park the Seattle reign welcome their two World Cup champion players back in the fold this week Megan Rapinoe and Allie long long will play for the rain Sunday against Chicago repeat alone art Sanders said your home of the Huskies komo news comma morning news did you hear eighty nine percent of us to do this before going to the doctor you clean your ears daily basis that would be a good idea did you hear we do mornings at seven twenty five the call more morning news she loves festivals farmers markets and especially road trips except for when my sixteen year olds driving here in Jordan with the fastest way to work morning traffic every ten minutes on the forest homeowners one thousand and ninety seven seven and your smart speaker you're looking this is a special announcement for men with EDT a local medical clinic is offering free doses of a breakthrough ET medication to the first seventy five men who call now this offer is to spread awareness about a treatment that's ninety eight percent effective even for men who can't take prescription ET medications you'll receive a personalized custom blend of the latest FDA approved medications formulated to treat sexual performance problems caused by diabetes cardiovascular problems low testosterone or depression your appointment will be at a private and professional medical office with the doctor representing a physician network that has helped over fifty thousand men regain their performance in just one office visit if you thought your ET symptoms were untreatable don't miss this opportunity to get a free dose of a highly effective rapid acting medication this offer is limited to the next seventy five men who call you must act now to reserve your free dose of this breakthrough treatment that's eight hundred nine four seven thirty three hundred eight hundred nine four seven thirty three hundred eight hundred nine four seven three three zero zero this is first light on komo news you found us its first light from Westwood One news in Washington Michael down here wishing you a happy Thursday as we get ready for the day here's some of what's ahead in a half hour number one this morning first thing we have to do is sift through all of the Muller hearings yesterday now that that's settled a bit what was that all about and we're off to Porter Rico where the governor's finally called it quits but the more cast season nice.
"jeff look" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The six game homestand continues tomorrow night as welcome in the Portland trailblazers for Monday night football in the history of the NFL. No team that had ever scored fifty lost until last night. The final score fifty four to fifty one. The Rams beat the chiefs in Los Angeles LA now ten and one on the season Casey nine into coming up tonight Packers playbook with Gregg Mattsson, Jeff Al koneohe, it feels like doom and gloom for the Packers. But as their reason for some optimism Reagan, Jeff look into the latest playoff scenarios tonight starting at six oh, seven, Doug. Russell WTMJ sports. And we do have some breaking news to bring you this hour breaking news from the Milwaukee police department. They do have a person of interest in custody in connection to the shooting death of thirteen year old, Sandra parks. You may recall the story we've been following all morning. She was shot and killed near thirteenth in have the Hughes in her home at the hat. Time it happened. Monday evening. Well, members of the community have provided information about the suspect and his whereabouts as result. Police now have a twenty six year old man into custody. Charges could be coming next cars the DA's office now reviewing more details on this throughout the day right now. Let's get to WTMJ pellet dot com timesaver traffic. Ninety four inbound from highway sixteen through the zoo and into downtown is looking good at seventeen minutes. No problems forty one forty five southbound from highway q to the zoo is also on time. It's fifteen forty three southbound from Brown deer into the heart of the city. We'll take you twelve minutes. So that's the standard ride looking good and ninety four northbound from Layton into the Marquette is delay free as well that is a seven minute trip. WTMJ five day forecast for.
"jeff look" Discussed on The Corner
"So whenever they bring it back out, whenever they want to use it is going to get an amazing reaction as long as pro at cement. As long as you don't do the mythical shit like they do it Brian. I don't wanna see that that Dame surprise. That's I don't mind how they're using. And then we have nakimora versus Jeff hardy, which I thought was a pretty good match. Jeff looked really good to me the spot on it was great. It wasn't a bad match. It was like seem etch a. b. b. minus senior gave. It gave a sleepless. I just kind of. I mean, the story about Warton was the thing that was lingering over this marriage. It could've been worse for not more standards he could've mailed it in. I don't think he did. I mean, I was what it was. It was it was a max. It was in the wrong spot in a very long show. Somebody was to suffer this match. Faces on a smackdown. By the way, I don't know who not more fuse witness, no idea. And then we have rows. Iverson. Explicit said that Roman reigns. I brought. We get the tease cash in. And it looks like, okay, this is why Kevin squashed Stroman this year, and then we never get to cash in 'cause Lessner so distracted by Stroman that he takes them out. Leaving rates takeout Lessner, win investment man to cut off the paper view. Like the light Bill wasn't paid, and they turn to shoot off. Salsa, output like this, the at the expense of Kevin o. Wednesday, kept showing with the title to make it look like he was going to cash. That was the only way that crowd was going to revolt against this match. It's a great book decision by the WW to keep people invested in the main event. I hate that came at the expense of Kevin Owens if there was no real better way to put the tunnel Roman reigns of which is happen. That'd be said I didn't. I didn't care for it. I just this, there was no other way they could pull this off. Dre a six minute match and have staring Stroman. That's the problem. That is the problem. But there was there was no other way like there was. I didn't wanna see this match devolve into Finnish versus finish your match. Again, I didn't wanna see this match. Last ten minutes. I needed some shenanigans to keep me interested because it was a long show, but it wasn't that bad of a show was pretty good overall best. New York, but that being said, this was the only way that he'd get the title off Brock and fine. I just I still don't care for AS Roma's champion and we can talk about about shield. So now Monday night, raw, I don't mind wrongness champion because it's the first time. The belt was defended one night raw, some since twenty seventeen Kevin Owens. It's crazy, but it made raw feel good. Like you made a few bigger than it was Robbie VM as like finally, crap, like three rating, like if felt, because your champion is there thirty minutes against Finn towards the Anfinn definitely deserves the title shot. They had a good match borderline great. Matt, like that was a good television match. And then at the end you get to teased shrum comes out again. He's about to give a Roman the hands. He actually hands over the briefcase. Everything's ready. Acceptable doesn't ring and we get to shield come out whole sheer garb even though they wrestled earlier in the night and put Braun through table, which is a, he'll ask move. But everyone saying that the shield aren't going hill and bronze gonna have to flip flop again, which is fucking ridiculous. Just let the she'll be heels. Medine Ambrose be a maniac, like he looks like a maniac and let the rock with Roman Amine Rangers champion. We have. Rawlins as champion dean, a hug, hugging, wounded, take just roll with that and having be heels and just writing people from it included that is absolutely not going to happen with Rollins is way to overturn..
"jeff look" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Have you ever tried a jury trial i have not settle no criminal no bench though state or federal court i have not he was so just trump have a vetting problem well that is something that a democrat and a republican agree on this trump administration has done the worst job of vetting their nominees of any administration i can remember this was a brutally unprofessional transition this was a transition that didn't vet people jeff sony is back with me i mean jeff look this is pretty incredible when you talk about john tester saying look it's twenty or more people you're learning more tonight about an inspector general report from a few years ago about morale in the medical unit under jackson what are you finding how we are indeed earn him and this is something that doesn't was trying to replace his va a secretary who had he'd just to spend on his way because of a riecke of disciplinary issues and overspending so he was looking for someone in a hurry so that's why he picked ronnie jackson but we have been looking through this inspector general's report this afternoon talking about a morale that was very low and twenty twelve not just with with ronnie jackson but also with one of his contemporaries who was there another doctor essentially they were feuding and on a scale of one to ten the inspector general of talk to everyone in the medical unit and they said the morale is at a two so these are the people who are required to provide medical attention to the president of vice president other staff you're so it was very low.
"jeff look" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"He quote tweeted joel embiid's injury from like two years ago that wo jr from spn tweeted and it was like joylin beat out four to six months and so obviously it was a really old tweet and then woke blocked him shit i got blocked by woke for this it'd be careful men now careful shut up the coli okay news time actual news no april fools jokes from here on out maybe some bad takes but no april fools jokes matt damon passed on being the spiderman two villain this actually seems like an april fools joke but at this point there are so many actors and actresses who have done marvel movies that there's not many that haven't met damon's one of them well technically he was in thor ragnarok has a cameo playing woke in that play but matt damon passed up playing the villain spiderman homecoming to i'm kinda bummed out about this kinda wanted to see that is he would have been i know i don't have the end that out jeff look we're going to spare jeff on the editing tonight so you might hear us talk over each other for like the first time in the history of this podcast we don't know and he was going to be right now okay go ahead ken jack is it going to be spiderman homecoming too i thought he came so be spiderman two spiderman refractory period my spider senses are the clearest they've ever been for five to ten minutes.
"jeff look" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I argued you know what i again you'd all like what i take it a good idea of all say morning bad i don't think that a top at its top and i just all put forth they inec out i don't think of them but there's no denying that he had a very impressive career any at very good numbers are regroup but no all pros only a twotime probowler if you care about dagestan half do i'm just throwing it out there you know terrell davis was like you know five is better off the charts around lingo rush for over two thousand yards one ear yeah now let's be honest the broncos don't win championships without terrell davis let's you're right as great as john elway was iran all win without him and imprimis at our guys how you doing this morning created edrich to hear from you guys i listen to you guys every day we appreciate hop tanks uh a great i wanna make i know you guys talking baseball but i i gotta bring up a point about my my giant i i believe blue and there you guys you jeff fan jeff look as everybody is talking about this quarterback situation and how it's going to affect eli manning personally if i'm gettleman and i'm what will mehra i'm taking barkley this kid he's gonna be happy you put him in that offense six the ofensive line and do something around and then we'll pointing ourselves there's no doubt that if you are looking at the short term of it hit makes a lot of sense and as paul said make sure your fixed the offensive line which they'd have to address and free agency right it makes a tana sense.
"jeff look" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Here's the white house principal deputy press secretary rajoub shot just revealing out front that the man overseeing the russia investigation rod rosenstein will not lose his job here's what he told me just moments ago gone the deputy attorney general there's been no change in the president's confidence in the dag we continue to expect fill his role as the deputy attorney general and we don't expect any changes on that front so why when the president was asked if he was likely to fire denise eh do you still of competence he didn't say what you said he said you figure that one out why didn't he just come out and say what you said sure well i'm saying it on behalf of the white house jeff zeleny has out front live at the white house and jeff look we know how the president as he can change his mind he can do what he's going to do no matter what someone who works where i'm comes out and says a you're learning more tonight about the president's feelings about rosenstein or air and it was clear the look on the prisons face thirty was asked that question in the oval office so what he thought if he had confidence in rod rosenstein and it was this based on that we've been reporting for the last week or so that the president privately has been fuming about his deputy attorney general he believes that he is indeed responsible and essentially overseen the russia investigation which he is but the reality here is the president had the opportunity to say he had confidence in him throughout the day we asked a multiple officials they would not say in fact behind the scenes i talked to one a white house official who said that look the president does more venting than firing so they thought that he was secure so the fact that russia the white house spokesman is saying it tonight we should mark that down.
"jeff look" Discussed on Equity
"I heard every author who stock rich and cashpoor what if you could generate liquidity from your private company shares with out giving away the upside well shares closed is now offering loans against private company shares and loans exercise stock options shares post lending the new the quickie solution because it shares posed dot com coming up on equity net flicked soares to new highs twitter loses its coo record vc funding and lift makes mistakes jio welcome to equity anticrime just katie roof joined by my colleague matthew lemme illu crunch maize news editor in chief alex will how below and our special guest today is sarah taveau has a general partner at benchmark hello alot we've mentioned benchmark a few times on the show for a lawsuit she can't discuss we're not talking about a company this time the that shell law i don't know what you're talking to by yes sarah will you wrote a story this week on on on netflix jeff looks big wait rolling really that they've actually almost doubled in the past year of is looking at their stock chart and yeah sure enough they vote almost doubled that's pretty impressive they now the market cap of 100 and seventeen billion at the time of of recording of this podcast of but bedtime you're listening to it who knows yes so once again networks kind of dropped a hammer on many pretty much all of everything that we expected which i don't know i kinda feel like net flexes like the new sandbagging company where they just like way way way lowball their estimates that or they just they just keep on crushing it a.
"jeff look" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Can't talk and he only is ademi to new york and healthy i'll be the scene and he we are talking on the phone gina and us say here's who mirny whoever was it or pretty heidi thinking and didn't i hear you say something that meeting somebody in new york or cry heidi said he might prosper get over there before we even leave and and as it of course with meat and dairy fee decide to go to cuba but then all of your friends off cuba mr mar n jeff look catch you on jacket had you being digging in that senate a gain use as no need for it you can't possibly get devils god and thing finish before we stay for the mega though and change your closed of all the gift survive oh never mind need somebody coming up the walk now don't you think in years uh but yes the bathroom window there's professor in this is good no but who met with them who were these guys lay pretty simpler jeweler you should have been talking to him on the phone knock three minutes to go and now here he is her her over for them as you say armani of by friends are peculiar not hoscobic yulia you digging in the senate if any day relief for the medica just look at your cells and now that i think the eight years how never mind uh go and let the knee in over you were going to ask me selling online about two the homeland digging in a settling could stop ruling it out that way when we think you would digging had braved down that instead of a storage beaten yes perma any what's that i said yes term ira bothered opened the door and please stop saying yes him i and i think maggie i have heavy for the last time oh all were professor of botany is loving y in an odd long pit in the cellar just the right size for his botanical specimens is devils god but these ingredients for a story of a perfect crime back volk christmas by john collier and starting pita law a roma wine company closes the curtain for a moment on another breathless study in a spin.
"jeff look" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wildfires california maybe we'll get some democrats that way i yeah exactly that quit they did it remains to be seen whether that's going to get any democrats in the house because jeff looking at the math republicans in the house can pass this thing on a partyline vote they don't actually need any democrats but then of course you're a democrat voting against a uh uh a disaster bail but then in the senate is a little different on they need certain level to get those senators from uh texas and california and florida so uh you're going to need need um you're you're going to need some bipartisanship there uh but it's going to really remains to be seen whether or not that disaster bill we think it's going to get through the house but then it sort of a any anybody's guess about how the senate deal with it so interesting just came off this roy more defeat in alabama right and we were all talking about all this is going to be a centerpiece of the midterms and then the the republicans finally get a legislative victory with the with the tax reform measure and now it's old they're going to carry this momentum into the midterms and there's just so much that can change by next year oh by next week you know it's it's just it's whiplash up here and i think you're theme a lot of high highs for republicans and a lot of low lows certainly the roy more stuff that's going to be any any republican who ever said anything that wasn't totally condemn the tory of rowing more is going to end up in democrats tv ads in the 2018 cycle and democrats can also start immediately criticizing republicans for this tax bill assuming those benefits if they do appear there it's not going to be immediate so democrats i'm sure we'll be saying hey where's the benefits from your tax cut that republicans promised you even though it hasn't really been that long but you're absolutely right between now and november of next year who knows what's going to happen so there's a lot of fodder on both sides to sight as they get ready to run their racist thank you bet alley rubbing their from abc news latest on what's going on this government shutdown stuff the other thing is this is and we're talking about hours now you're we're not talking about this is a.
"jeff look" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"The white house on the events tonight pushing back against at least fifteen women who have accused donald trump of sexual misconduct including assault and harassment before he was president jerry contentious press briefing today sarah sanders was asked eight separate times which made boeckler eight separate times about the allegations every single type sanders dismiss them offering up a variety of different explanations as to why the president and not but women should be believed this took place long before he was elected to be president the president has denied any of these allegations as have eyewitnesses in several reports have shown those eyewitnesses also backup the president's claim at something has forced him knowledge on what he did and didn't do and so do the women who were there one president many women their senior white house correspondent jeff zeleny has out front jeff look the white house they are still struggling with this issue and it's an issue they thought had gone away and it is now coming back where and that's interesting i mean there's been no one person that's been largely left out of this national conversational reckoning if you will certainly here in washington over sexual harassment of misconduct and that's the president himself he went through it a year ago but such a different time in this moment and movement if you will so today was really the first time that these allegations have come front and center really close to the oval office close to the president so sarah sanders what else press secretary was defending an ass in answering these questions again and again and again she relied on the fact that look keep denied these allegations but also again and again that voters knew all this and uh.