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"joe greene" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Me feel better or celebrate with them. And that's what i felt. Like i was doing and i would listen to the other guys. I wouldn't feel good but when they come back and say it's a winning monday. That's why this hurts tape. That's that's absolutely why this bad you said you. You mentioned other athletes and touch and wolf were in wolf. Oddly still still is you know. I think i think it's maybe their journey times. Some athletes can be kinda entitled and because you know. They've been that they've been treated a certain way their entire lives because of their because of their their ability to play a game. You said touching wolf being fifth and sixth round picks. Those guys are grinders they. They weren't guaranteed to being latino. They had the work that humble themselves. It's a lot of things that goes into that. That kind of makes you they. Are you know they've been brothers for forty two years because they went through that journey together the grind together and i think that's part of why they treat people like they do because they didn't start at the top they start at the bottom. They had to really work. You know so. I i can i can appreciate. I can appreciate that part of their stories. One of their stories and most of their stories was then them screwing up. They were talking about the. I mean they didn't talk about the great games they had. They talked about when they screwed up. And what they learned from it which was awesome but one of wolf's stories that i heard this a couple of years ago he was in his fifth year and he was in training camp and he was ready to tell chuck. Naw i'm not coming back. He was so demoralized down. He wasn't coming back and he hid from e basically hid from touch. If i remember the story correct he didn't want to have anything to do with wanted to run away from him because he knew touch he knew touch would talk him off the ledge and he wasn't ready to be talked about off the ledge and he finally led them and and he he was back and he was fine but it's but he wasn't ready for that conversation he goes through his things first because he knew touch would make everything alright and he eventually did and i think they did that for each other. They've they've heard. I heard i heard a funny story from one of them. I'm not because you like. You said we think about what do you think about the the things kind kind of kind of morphed together on the which one saturday but one told a story about having the as a rookie. Having to go begins mean. Joe greene and can't that was not a pleasant experience. They say whichever one of them telling say. Yeah i was i was. I was kinda scared of that. I would do. I'd be scared to do that now. Man i could tell stories about how awesome. He was a joe greene too but yet they these guys made you feel it made you feel like you're steeler. Fandom was genuine because you fell through them one of my favorite stories. Is you never celebrate killer. Zeros on the clock but my gosh. you're just a young. Nearly sack pat peyton manning in the end zone. You have the ball. You bringing jerome beddis punches. Like call your travel agent or go to denver. He's like the apologize for that. Because bettas fumbles you know. Yeah and so the next week when he's in denver he's like okay. I can say it now. You had until the game was over. Call your travel agent. We're going to detroit and and when you hear that you were just my gosh. He saying the same things that you're feeling he would say had on a hat. I got that from time. She would all the players. These players weren't alive when he was when he was first. Your mentoring some of these. Were first mentoring steelers. But you know he he would talk about. He would show them the punch punch and it's not like a punch. It was like an offensive lineman technique. They called it the punch pot but this guy just touched lives in. He was a clinic. I watched him for years but we could talk about how great of a player he was. How great of a broadcaster. He was none of that matters what matters is. He's a hall of fame human and if we all can be like touch we all look at his passing at the age of sixty three and turn around and give a extra hug. Pick up the phone and call that family member. You haven't talked to in a while especially especially if if one of your bonds the steelers. My dad and i have a great relationship that turned seventy four this week. Happy birthday dad again. We have a great relationship..

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"joe greene" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

"On a grey day in january. Twenty twenty nine years after the incident joseph green and his mother finally get their day in san joaquin county superior court. It took so long to get here because of the city's bankruptcy. The civil trial lasted several days. I couldn't record in the courtroom. But i took a lot of notes when officer johnson took the stand. Joe greene's lawyer played the surveillance video and asked him about that moment where johnson appears to slam greens head into the ground. That's me rolling. Mr green back. Johnson told the jury. I picked him up by his shoulders and wrote him back over to his stomach. We roll people over all the time to pat them down. The jury didn't believe johnson. They found his arrest of joe greene wrong and his force. Excessive they also found that johnson acted with malice oppression or fraud and they awarded green seven hundred ten thousand dollars officer. Johnson is still working at the stockton police department after the child. Joe greene agreed to talk with me. But those plans always fell through. He texted me late one evening. And september twenty twenty after the intense summer of protests. The renewed chance of black lives matter all this police. Brutality is out of control he wrote. It's every time you look up somebody else's getting killed his case didn't go viral. It didn't attract national attention or lead to protests. He didn't die all these years later. Green still doesn't have an answer to the question. He asked at the time face.

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"joe greene" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Embedded

"If i have a racist officer and i find out. I'm going to fire the officer chief. Eric jones has racist are not welcome in his police department. But what does it take to know. An officer is racist social media posts. White supremacist tattoos racist text messages. You know what we're usually talking about or these biopsies That are harder to put your finger on. Johnson makes all these familiar assumptions in his. I interview joe greene. Looks like an adult is a dangerous drug dealer an anti police neighborhood. His.

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"joe greene" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We have the most awkward scenario that could take place on Super Bowl Sunday. Yes point we're just discussing this. It's very unlikely. It's extremely unlikely. But what if Roger Goodell had to hand out the M V P trophy or be up on the dais with the M V p in the M v P with Antonio Brown of the Buccaneers? That's even more is It might be more awkward than it because he's done with Brady. Yeah, I was up there on the podium. Ready? Yeah. And it wasn't awkward from the standpoint of Brady was playing to the crowd like he didn't care about the commissioner. He's already won the Super Bowl, and the commissioner gives the Super Bowl trophy to the owner. He doesn't give the Super Bowl trophy. He doesn't I handle the M V. P honors where I give him the keys to the truck, But the commissioner is not gonna have any interaction. Now Antonio Brown could be on the podium. And the commissioner would be there. But I'm going to guess the commissioner would probably be Have tunnel vision with what he needs to do, and Antonio Brown would be playing to the audience there. But, yeah, that could be awkward. Yeah, could be awkward. It's not any more awkward. Then maybe the most awkward moment. Where you had Al Davis and Pete Rozelle, and they didn't like each other famously didn't like each other. Al Davis and the Raiders suing the NFL and then Allen, the Raiders win the Super Bowl, and Pete Rozelle is there and got a hand him the trophy. That was awkward. That was awkward. Yes, my club. I watched the documentary on ESPN last night. The Raiders had these two safeties that hit people like on the set, like any time and they got take it to court. This guy Atkinson, your Jack considering hit Lynn Swan in the head and Jack Tatum and went to federal court, and that's why they want they lost a lawsuit on this like they were cheaters. Well, I mean, like, you know, they were so dirty. It was unbelievable. Did they take advantage of the rules or that there were no rules? Probably the latter. So back then, like their helmets were paper thin, and they were clubbing each other. But that's I mean, you you watch old football and you go. Oh, my God, That's a completely different sport than what's being played now. Couple. They showed a clip last night. From that I saw a little bit Jack Tatum of the Raiders. The safety hits Sammy White of the Vikings in the super vulnerable. He hits him in the chin in the face mask, his helmet pops off his head. And Sammy White is quoted saying. I can't see I can't wear my eyes. I can't and he was out. There was no flags thrown on the play, so it's not a flag will play back then. And I was a Vikings fan back then, and I knew that it was gonna be a long day. Because the Raiders the Raiders would take your lunch. But you know the bully on the playground. That's the Raiders. They would show up and you would just empty out your pockets. They didn't even have to ask for any money. They just did it. And I mean, when they come in Just that, like when you have an aura. Think about teams in in sports history. Georgetown with Patrick Ewing, John Thompson, you had Hoya paranoia, and it was real. You had the Raiders had that there was something about the Raiders that you knew that owner would do whatever it took. And you knew that the cast of characters that they had were basically you know, the land of misfit toys, and you had them And somehow they made it all work, and they embraced who they were what they were, and they had no apologies. You have a club. What did that end up hurting them? Because anything they did had the microscope on them Because in this court case, they showed all these plays where the Steelers and Joe Greene would kick people and spit on them and cheat. Just as much was, said Joe Green. I don't know he was. Was he a bit dirty? You're just all he was dirty. When he first started because Joe nearly left the Steelers. He might have walked out on him. He just didn't want to play like he was so competitive and you know, this is before he was doing a Coca Cola commercial. Like like that mean Joe Greene probably would have, you know, thrown the jersey really hard at the kid and knocked him down or something. But the fact that he was mean Joe Greene. People were like, Oh, my God, he's gonna solve side to him. He used to kick people. He spit on people. If you were dirty to him, he was coming after you. I mean, Tony Dungy, you who's join us next hour. He tell me stories that mean Joe Greene was exactly that. He was You know, And they were losing back then those first couple of years when Chuck Noll got there, and then they drafted Bradshaw mean Joe Greene comes in. They were still bad football, too. And, uh mean Joe Greene was, you know, I think very frustrated. Not having any anything to do with that. Let me get a couple of phone calls Caleb in north Carolina. Hi, Caleb. What's on your mind today? 86 5 to 50. Got two things for you. First of all, if the Chiefs one Sunday, where do you think this puts Andy Reid in terms of all time NFL head touches. And then second of all, I just wanted to give a shout out to talking team guys, They've been killing it. And I think, 30 minutes for one week just isn't enough time given more air time. Okay, look. 12 15 Club podcast..

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Coke and Pepsi Wont Advertise on the SuperBowl--But Pepsi Is Winning

Business Wars Daily

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Coke and Pepsi Wont Advertise on the SuperBowl--But Pepsi Is Winning

"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Worst daily on this tuesday february second. It's hard to find a whole lot of good to say about twenty twenty but at least there was football and after a season of twists turns and mask wearing the kansas city chiefs will face off against the tampa. Bay buccaneers this sunday in super bowl. Fifty five those who watch the game for football will enjoy an epic matchup between two familiar faces. The chiefs patrick mahomes versus the bucks. Tom brady but those who watch for the ads. Well they'll be missing a couple of familiar. Wins namely coke and pepsi. The cola giants flagship brands are typically all stars in the big games at lineup. And they've given us some of the most memorable moments in super bowl advertising history who can forget when an injured mean. Joe greene tossed his jersey to the young fan. Who offered him a coke. More when cindy crawford stop for a co pepsi with two young onlookers nearby great new pepsi can on introducing a whole new way to look at pepsi and diet pepsi beautiful but not this year coke announced earlier this month that it would be sitting out the super bowl. The company called it a quote difficult choice and said it had to quote ensure we are investing in the right resources during these unprecedented times. Variety reported the pandemic has been hard on coke especially since half of its sales come from stadiums movie theaters and other venues at have largely been closed since the pandemic began the company announced layoffs in december according to the associated press pepsi is also taking a pass on standalone ads for its cola brand but for an entirely different reason. The company is focused on its halftime show. Sponsorship this year marks a decade since the cola company started sponsoring the much anticipated event. It marked the milestone by the sponsorship into a national ad campaign just buying spots during other games and shows and add week. Report says it's worth noting that pepsico will have ads for some of its other brands like gatorade. The pepsi campaign features pop singer the weekend. Who is also the star of this year's halftime show the sixty seconds spot that kicked off the campaign aired during one of the nfl. Wild card games pepsi also has made some super bowl themed packaging changes to reflect its sponsorship. A report in age says at pepsi is also pledging twenty million dollars for projects that allow consumers to quote refresh their communities. The report said the company is worried that a splashy super bowl ad might not be in keeping with that socially responsible image with reported tag of more than five million dollars for a thirty second spot. You can hardly blame them especially because

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"joe greene" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Your left we go back and look at the brigade no me la were wearing the exact cornerstone at roughly four times and I've been watching film on for the last two or three weeks for some strange reason when he got a job to job you will get to go on about this week and I just said to myself what that moment alone which gives us a if B. stays true to form you'll want movement as well right bar sure you know we got to go on a different plane by the second little Joe Greene will the game winning kids of game with a mad everything that we have been one of these we'll bring you to sponsor them this is just one of those moments of time with others so for good the business sense good job so please the patriots Super Bowl two giants Argus trans a call to double zero.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is Lee who believe in this is our American stories and we tell stories about everything here on the show from the art to sports and from history to your stories send them to us in our American network you will produce them up and put him on the air waves some of our very best pieces come from you the American people have well you all have great stories to tell beautiful voices from all over this great country it's been multiple decades since a nine year old kids shared his coca Cola with Pittsburgh Steelers star mean Joe Greene and one of the most famous commercials in American history most of us have seen that commercial many times but the story behind the head is just as great here's Greg handler the man known as mean Joe Greene was one of the most feared defenders in NFL history thirteen seasons as defensive tackle with the Pittsburgh Steelers the six foot four two hundred and seventy five pound Joe Greene was a ten time pro bowler in a two time defensive player of the year he became an NFL icon in a first ballot hall of fame and then there's that name use teammates Franco Harris anti Russell is there a better name then mean.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Org to learn about music's promise for a cure just look that up that kid when he runs on a fairly takes the football from the owner of the Chicago Bears J. and it's Peyton manning and it was mean Joe Greene was the other guy right there okay SO means you know obviously is a lot of aids on and now he's slimmed down considerably but that was almost famous commercials of all time was mean Joe green Hey kid walks by with the coca Cola yep in any and if they could and he throws in that Jersey surpassing he lets me Joe have is called because absolutely together that's about it yeah right what's up in the forecast products but you know what we just said some beautiful weather as you know especially yesterday all day today it's absolutely glorious out there right now is we're in the lower seventies so enjoy it we have changes in store working in here tonight and really the rest of the week so I'm gonna break it down for your rent a stay nice and warm this evening it's going to be beautiful around midnight shortly there after rain is expected to form and that rain will continue tomorrow still a mile day tomorrow with low sixties and then it turns progressively colder will be in the forties on Wednesday a little bit of light rain by Thursday and Friday Terry were likely back in the thirties for highs and even a chance for a couple of flurries by later Thursday afternoon on into Thursday night we are not going to get any big I seen or any big snow with this system as it comes on through all right outside right now enjoyed it's wonderful seventy one degrees and mostly sunny skies dot com you can go tonight this is where we're at what a rainy anthrax see below sea this is a Correo Russia comes next information on the regular channel news radio eight forty WHAS message and data rates may apply individual results very exclusions apply contacts and glasses are such a hassle I'd love to finally get lay sick but I'm going to stop you right there if you want lace sick then the Lasix vision institute has officially taken away everything standing in your way isn't like sick expensive not at the lay sick vision institute were offering dramatically low prices as low as two hundred twenty.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I love that one nineteen seventy nine it's it is still bring it like it touches my heart still it puts a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye yeah you know I was watching a Superbowl commercial show the other day with boomer size and they talk about the fact that those two are still in touch the kid was nine yeah when he made that when they made the commercial they talk all the time edit and me chills Welling up with tears yeah there was there there's a video that's easily Google bowl of these two guys mean Joe Greene and we see if I can find to get the guy's name is that his name was Tommy can they they got together and sat down and talked about their relationship through a few years it's one of the sweetest most memorable commercials of of all time any idea how they found the boy was he did they auditioned kids for the despot I imagine that that's probably you know how the whole thing works I I haven't I've never really heard if there's any kind of remarkable story but going to talk about you know it's fantastic commercials now whether or not it meet anybody go buy a coke yes I always wondered about that these commercials that are so clever and so funny and so thoughtful and does it make you want to go buy a beer doesn't make you want to go you know purchase so you know whatever the the product happens to be I I don't know because you know that is the ultimate call after awhile anyway we'll go with some more of the famous commercials in just a little while twenty you got a far flung forecast high sure do let's get to that in a minute as well it's all here on Sunday morning WGNO Monday is the sixty first anniversary of the day the music died our guest introduced buddy Holly Richie valance and the big bopper that night we'll talk to the M..

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"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You have a young quarterback taken over the realms. and and and and basically. a pretty young team like the forty Niners are pretty young and but we need for everybody to step up we need for our leaders to step up and everybody else to to really. follow suit and I know that. everybody has to give more and do more to make it work yeah did you guys ever we will sort of most you guys had so much success in winning all your super bowls the you know do you remember being up against the wall kinda like this city for your career. we're up the wall number time nineteen seventy four the year of our first Superbowl. beginning of that season nobody would have thought that we go to the Superbowl I mean. there was a big you know quarterback thing going on with Joe Guillemin Terry Bradshaw wrestle with bands. in dealing with them Sir hand ready came in and you know it was it was just a mess and on top of that. included with a with the ankle injury and and and can play and so. it was going to bed and and Joe Greene threatened to quit to teens while we're going to leave the team and. then all of a sudden we all came back and when I came back around if thank you for the fifth grade remember correctly. star running back coach. the coke decided to bear. me and rocky Bleier together. and to the store together. and it just clicked and as you know.

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Kevin Durant Delivered Pizza To Two Young Fans At A Minnesota Hotel

Jalen and Jacoby

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Durant Delivered Pizza To Two Young Fans At A Minnesota Hotel

"We talk about. Kevin Durant lot in this show. And usually it's about what he's gonna do in free agency is you're gonna stay with the warriors is gonna come to the Knicks. He's scored thirty points. He's got a burner accounts. But I wanna shed some light on the man that Kevin Durant is because let's take a look at what. Kevin Durant was up to recently. He was staying at a hotel. He was in an elevator with someone who's a father of young children. What's like myself, and they had a quick conversation. And then Kevin Durant went to the gentleman's room and brought pizza for his kids. So the staying in the hotel they're out of town, those there's at least two kids there. Kevin durant? Former MVP two-time finals MVP showed up to the room while they're watching basketball with pizza for the children and gave them pounds big shot to Kim Moran for doing. The otas reminds me of something the Jalen rose would do. I always clown. You on the show you're always buying food for the staff. You're always being nice. That's one set some light on the bright side of Kevin allowances mean, Joe Greene, Pepsi commercial moment. It was it would be happy kept raising stuff on my house. It bring us anytime.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Seven fifty WSB. Depend on it views Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to when you send a message, especially when it was late at night. And we had a few cocktails when you thought shovels only I could bring it back. Now, you can here's how it work staff. The message you want to disappear and you get to options removed for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text and his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you sent a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe wanna join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe green means Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies? Not exactly that. Joe greene. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created based mash with his friend. Joe Greene that was were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene. K now it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot. And which one was not. I remember that I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe Greene. And said, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father. His father said, hey, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which one to put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe? Greene tells Mark Zuckerberg. Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad. Didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset bright. Okay. He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry is slack. Unfortunately. Yes. I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried to. I did not like it. We had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want him. Trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch, glitch, glitch. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course, you don't wait year. Do you think that Craigslist actually started like mid two thousands? You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution lists. If it was still an Email distribution list. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right before a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane chen. You knew the story about Shane. No. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And now Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on kickstart, did it Kickstarter campaign and the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work? Like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard, no. Silly close the computer mouse what? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first mouse, you know, what he called it a position indicator for a display system. Now, that's way, catch your mouse. It's back in nineteen sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off, but guess what he didn't make any money either his patent expired. What? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand I know nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's lightbulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now, tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com. Nick didn't make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new now or not true. Right. And a so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. Couple months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I got to write it down and mail it to myself. I've always seen television trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product idea that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring them to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one not Joe Greene. No, joe. I write my work.

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"joe greene" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:42 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"On talkradio six eighty WCBS. Use Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to when you send a message, especially when it was late at night. And we had a few cocktails when you thought shovels only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's at work staff. The message you want to disappear and you get two options remove for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person the group that you're talking to see text in his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe green means Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies? Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. The no before Mark Zuckerberg created based smash with his friend. Joe Greene that was before face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene. King. Now, it was a prank website had to pictures of women from their Harvard University campus against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember that. I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Well, Joe Greene was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe Greene and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home talk to his father. His father said, hey, you're at Harvard. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which one to put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe? Greene tells Mark Zuckerberg. Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad. Didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the past the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars. But she says it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry is slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want him trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch, glitch, glitch. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. What do you think that Craigslist actually started? I dunno like mid to thousands. You're right. I mean, you know, in the early two thousand Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seeing a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right. For a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane chen. Shane no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during this is for. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that, you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist and Craigslist Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter did it Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first. Now, she what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now, that's way catchier than a mouse. It's back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off. But guess what you make any money either his patent expired. What? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father. But I don't know what junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the two thousand nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general, lizard, marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light. Well, tempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now, tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com Nick did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash, and he even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like, like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product. Remember, the toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind in market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the vigil virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Right. Hey, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail it to myself. I've always seen television show. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product idea that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now. Joe greene. No. I write my work week is hectic.

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"joe greene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person's group that you're talking to see text in his place. It says you remove the message. That's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from San so now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time, or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard? A Joe green means Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that show green. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created a smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was before we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember that. I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home talk to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's hells, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right? Okay. He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green did calmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry use slack. Unfortunately. Yes. What I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like it. We had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want to. Trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't year? Do you think that Craigslist actually started mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craig's list as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right before a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane Chan, no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented a hover board. Like the one that we that blew up during this is. Okay. Okay. But what happened with shame Chan is that, you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And now Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it Kickstarter campaign and the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Silly close the computer mouse what? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first mouse, you what he called it a position indicator for he displaced. Now that's way catch your bounce back in nineteen sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off. But guess what? If you make any money either as patent expired what? He made no many. How can every computer has a mouse not a dime? Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out now. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com. Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new now or not true. Right. And a so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always seen television trademarks. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. But don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no. No, no. You know, seriously? We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring into market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one not Joe Greene. No porch. I write my work week.

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"joe greene" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:15 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text in his place and says he removed the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kid at that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard? Joe Greene mean Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies. Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. The no before Mark Zuckerberg created based mash with his friend. Joe greene. We were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. Okay. He was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had decide which one was hot in which was not. I remember I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's tells Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes, he would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you alternately make the decision. I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Calmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, bright, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook or two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says, it's the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's more out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared. Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry is slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't give slack. I don't understand. Why everybody loves it? I tried. I did not like, and we had it here in the office for like two weeks, and I don't want to trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me, and my jeans to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they develop this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were going to use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never here used Craigslist. Of course, you don't wait year. Do you think that Craigslist actually started? I don't know like mid-2000s. You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution lists. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seeing a lot of people think they've Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing. All right. A couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about shame. Chan. It's a fascinating story. Shane Hsien invented the hover board. Like the one that we that blew up during guests, MRs for okay? Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter did Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones he can manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flocked just didn't work like millions of people purchase the overboard, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. What do you think Douglas inventor angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard, no. Close the computer mouse. What? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him. Well, the patent for the first she what he called it a position indicator for a display system. Now, that's way catchier than a mouse back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off against what did you make any money either as patent expired what he made no many. How can that? Every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know a junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the? Two thousand I hundred sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. In. He says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly, com wine Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? S he died poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story. You always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new or non true, right? And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. Yeah. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always seem television trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp of. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. And we'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now, Joe Greene porch. Oh,.

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"joe greene" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Used Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to send a message, especially when it was late at night. And we had a few cocktails when you thought gosh, only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's how it works out. The message you want to disappear and you get to options removed for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do is make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it. The person person's a group that you're talking to see text in his place and says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kid at that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene main? Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that Joe green. All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created as smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remember that. I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe grew. Well, Joe Greene was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face off. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father. His father's page. Oh, you're at Harvard cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which one to put all that stuff off to the side. Joe Greene's hells, Mark Zuckerberg? Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see evasion pass the mashed potatoes. That is unforgivable. That just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of eight VR, affordable headset, bright. Is eighteen years old? He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So there's more doubt. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies not worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry you slack. Unfortunately. Yes. Why don't? I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves to I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want him trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a glitch. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they call slack because they were going to use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't wait. You're do you think that Craigslist actually start mid-2000s? You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer, he's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually leap started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not too shabby. He's doing all right. A couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen, Shane Chan. It's a fascinating story. Shane chen. Invented a hover report like the one that we that blew up during this is. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chan is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist. And not Craigslist on Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it kicks campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He can manufacture. Yes. And so his original one just flocked is just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist. None not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas angle Bart that name just spews success. Douglas, invented angle. Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. What's silly close? The computer mouse what? Yes, yes. They computer pioneer. They're calling him the patent for the first mouse what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now, that's way. Catch your bounce back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off, but guess what he didn't make any money either as patent expired. What? He made no many every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously know his father, but I don't know what junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light. Now. What year do you think he invented the A? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible. Created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now us tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com. Nick, did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas, you know, and we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product the toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind in market. And then you're right. A couple of months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an infection. Right. You need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail it to myself. I always television. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. Don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah stairs. She really wants to do the commando innovation labs and we're on the cusp. So if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring into market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of it's kind of harsh don't you think? And just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one now. Joe greene. No poor. Joe I write my work week is hectic between running a business doing a radio show..

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"joe greene" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Eric Michaels on news ninety six point five WDBO. This is news ninety six point five WDBO used Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to when you send a message, especially when it was late at night, and you had a few cocktails when you thought shovels only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's how it works to have the message you want to disappear and you get to remove for everyone removed for you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person the group that you're talking to see text and his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you sent a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from San Samsung now, you can delete it when the second thoughts kick in. But that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe Greene mean Joe Greene from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventy s not exactly that show green? All right. The no before Mark Zuckerberg created a smash with his friend. Joe greene. That was we were face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene king. Now, it was a prank website to pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot. And which one was not remembered, I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe green. Joe green was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe green and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start face. Fuck. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father his father. Hey, Joe, you're at Harvard cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This put them all that stuff off to the side. So Joe Greene's tells Mark Zuckerberg, thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad didn't help him at all. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the Nash potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in two thousand eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of eight VR, affordable headset, bright. Okay. He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars by Joe green. Joe green did calmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out this was a happy. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he was lucky his military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared documents rift. Okay. Jerry used slack. Unfortunately. Yes. I don't get flak. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like, and we had it here in the office for like two weeks, and I don't want to trash slack online. Because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me. And my James to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify us. Never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, they've never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're a click. Yeah. I've heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course, you don't wait year. Do you think that Craigslist actually start? I don't know like mid-2000s. You're right. I mean, you know in the early two thousand. Yeah. Craig Newmark is the guy's name. And in one thousand nine hundred five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seeing a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right before a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane Chan. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during MRs. Okay. Okay. But what happened with shame Chan is that, you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist and Craigslist Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do with a lot of stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're cover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones he manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flopped is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist done. Not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard. Silly close the computer mouse what? Yes, yes. They computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first mouse, you know, what he called it a position indicator for displaced system. Now that's way catchier than a now. It's back in nineteen sixty seven the late eighties is when they mouse actually started taking off, but guess what he didn't make any money either his patent expired. What? He made no many can every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father. But I don't know what junior. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED way? Two thousand I know nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general, lizard, marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's light bulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Now, did he tell me teddy LED made some money? Well, sadly com. Nick, did it make any money. Did you die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. And we used to do that segment brand new now or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. Couple months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kinda crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, you need to come to me. I gotta write it down and mail it to myself. I've always seen television trademarks. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market. But you don't bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no, no, no seriously. We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah upstairs, she really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product ID that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. All right. You know, it's of harsh don't you think and just think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go just one not Joe Greene. No porch. I write.

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"joe greene" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:45 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Weather. You radio. Alexa, play eleven ninety K acts on iheartradio. All right. If you used Facebook messenger. There's probably been a timer to when you send a message, especially when it was late at night, and we had a few cocktails. Shovels only I could bring it back. Well, now, you can here's how it works out. The message you want to disappear and you get to remove for everyone to remove for you. Now what it doesn't do as make look like a sent message never happened. Once you delete it the person in the group that you're talking to see text and his place that says you remove the message that's a good idea. And you also only have ten minutes. So if you send a message telling someone you're trying to I don't know maybe want to join the refrigerator dating app from Samsung now, you can delete it. When those second thoughts kick in that would be really very awkward. So I put together a list of people who if they were only at the right place at the right time. Or if they had a way to do it again, then instead of being down out and broke in Beverly Hills that they would be billionaires with a capital b or inventors that came up with an idea, but they didn't make a dime off of it. And so I I on our list Andrew is have you ever heard a Joe green means Joe green from the Pittsburgh Steelers in the nineteen seventies? Not exactly that. Joe green? All right. Then no before Mark Zuckerberg created as smash with his friend Joe Greene face to face smash. Yes. Face mash. Okay. That was the precursor to Facebook. That he was roommates with a guy by the name of Joe Greene came. Now, it was a prank website had two pictures of women from their Harvard University campus like against one another and they had to decide which one was hot in which one was not remembered that I saw the movie the social network, I remember this website. But I don't remember Joe Greene. Well, Joe Greene was the guy who actually did a lot of the work. So after face mash, Mark Zuckerberg went to Joe Greene and say, hey, listen, I'm gonna start Facebook. Do you want to be part of it? So obviously now Joe Greene is a billionaire. Well, Joe Greene went home to his father, his father said, hey, Joe, you're at Harvard. Cake. Let's focus focus on your studies. This which wonder put them all that stuff off to the side. Joe? Greene tells Mark Zuckerberg. Thanks, but no, thanks. Let's go get a beer now. If he had said, yes. He would have owned anywhere between four and six percent of the shares of Facebook. So he would have been worth about three billion dollars today. His dad. Didn't help him at all. Okay. Could you ever forgive your father? I guess you ultimately make the decision. But I would I remember around thanksgiving when he asked me to pass the pass the mashed potatoes. I would say I don't know dad, maybe I should go on Facebook to see if I should pass the mashed potatoes that is unforgivable billions that just that one. Okay. Did you ever hear of the name? Palmer lucky. No, not so lucky. Palmer was hanging out in some three D discussion groups message boards back in twenty eleven and he came up with this crazy idea of a VR affordable headset, right, okay? He's eighteen years old. He put together a prototype in his parents garage in Long Beach, California. It was called Oculus rift. I've heard of that. Okay. He raised two and a half million dollars on Kickstarter. It was bought by Facebook for two billion dollars. Joe green? Joe green? Did Palmer lucky sold it. He was lucky. He sold it for two billion dollars, which he says is the best thing that ever happened to him. And he's now launched a military tech company. He's about twenty five. So this worked out. This was a happy end. Yes. Yes. I was kidding. When I said, he wasn't lucky is military companies now worth eight hundred million dollars. That's chump change compared to Oculus rift. Okay. Jerry used slack. Unfortunately. Yes. What I don't get slack. I don't understand why everybody loves it. I tried. I did not like and we had it here in the office for like two weeks. And I don't want to trash. Slack online because I know everybody loves it. But it was a way for me, and my jeans to communicate live during the show, and whatever we were supposed to do was supposed to notify as never worked. We never could figure it out. Now, it never really worked for us. Butterfield is the guy's name is he was creating a video game right Stewart Butterfield. Yes. Glitch glitch. You're right glitch heard this story. Yes. And they developed this real time collaboration tool that they called slack right because they were gonna use slack in conjunction with the video game. Correct. And now he's like a a billionaire right because now every business uses slack. And I've never heard anyone play the video game glitch never ever used Craigslist. Of course. Okay. You don't what year? Do you think that Craigslist actually start? I don't like mid-2000s. You're right. I mean, you know, in the early two thousand Craig Newmark is the guy's name and in one thousand nine hundred ninety five who was a former IBM programmer who's working at Charles Schwab. And he actually started Craigslist as a simple Email distribution list. If it was still an Email distribution lists. That would be a lot of emails. We'd be receiving seen a lot of people think that Craig Newmark isn't worth anything. Well, how do you make money on Craigslist? Apparently, he's making a lot. He's he says that he's doing about six hundred ninety million dollars a year. Not shabby think he's doing all right for a couple of lists seventy countries. Okay. Shane Chen story about Shane Chan, no. It's a fascinating story. Shane Chen, invented the hover board like the one that we that blew up during this is for. Okay. Okay. But what happened with Shane Chen? Is that you know, he basically he put it up on Craigslist and Craigslist Kickstarter put up on Kickstarter, did it Kickstarter campaign, and then the Chinese purchased it. They figured out they reverse engineered at which was what they do. With a lotta stuff. They put the guy out of business because they're hover boards were a lot cheaper than the ones. He manufacturer. Yes. And so his original one just flopped. Is it just didn't work like millions of people purchase the hover board, and he's not making money hand over fist done. Not a dime. Joe green number two. Douglas Engelbert now that name just spews success. When do you think Douglas invented angle? Bart. I don't know some sort of mustard silly, close the computer mouse what? Yes. Yes. The computer pioneer. They're calling him filed a patent for the first. Now, she what he called it a position indicator for display system. Now, that's way catchier than mouse back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven the late eighties is when the mouse actually started taking off. But guess what? If you make any money either his patent expired what? He made no many every computer has a mouse not a dime. Nothing. Nada. Nick, Holland yak junior. Well, obviously, we know his father, but I don't know junior has done. That was good. Thank you. The LED light. Oh, okay. He invented the I guess someone had to invent the LED light know what year? Do you think he invented the LED? Two thousand. I dunno nineteen sixty to sixty two working at general marketing was horrible created the first practical LED light while attempting to create a laser. And he says that he was predicting that his invention would one day replace Edison's lightbulb. He's not wrong and everybody we're like get out. Tell me teddy LED made some money. Well, sadly com Nick did it make any money. Did he die in a hover board crash any even missed out on the Nobel prize for his invention? What happened? Yes, he died. Poor guy. I don't know. He just didn't get it. So the moral of the story, you always have these great ideas. You know, and we used to do that segment brand new or not true. Right. And so often you'd come up with these ideas. And then like like six months later, all of a sudden we'd start seeing it as a product number. The toothbrush was the one that you actually wanted to get behind and market. And then you're right. A couple months later, they they had the digital virtual toothbrush, which was kind of crazy. So next time you have an invention. Bright, come to me. I gotta write it down and mail. It to myself always television show trademark. And then we'll figure out how to bring it to market bring it on the air and just tell everybody about it. No, no, no. No, no. You know, seriously? We are launching we've been talking about it. But but Sarah upstairs, she really wants to do it. The commando innovation labs. And we're we're on the cusp. So that if you have a product idea anybody listening has a product that they can bring us their idea. And if we think that that's a viable product. I personally we'll put money behind it. We'll try to bring it to market commando shark tank kinda the commando innovation labs as over calling. It is kind of you know, it's of harsh don't you think you only need one Facebook. And you're good to go. Just one not Joe green. Joe I write my work week.

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"joe greene" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"joe greene" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Oh, great Mr. role to thank you so much. So instead of the, you know, repealing the law of gravity. I think we I think a good engineer could come up with. If you missed like airbag technologies. With say something like helium. And then if you mix that with like, you know, if you ever ride a mountain biking here in grand gear, they have this new technology. So the shot will walk out. But if you take a big, John, I think, they're mercury switches in there or something. So they know the different did you say? If you're in a granny gear. What does that mean? It means you're going slow up a hill music on the hill. How do you? Go fast up a hill. Did we legs like Papa? No, you can't if you're, you know, if you're built if your son. Yeah. Anyway, listen. So if. Uh-huh. John Travolta, John Travolta. No, dude. So anyway, if you mix those together, and you came up with some kind of sues, the elderly could wear, especially if you were older, and you had already we're on oxygen skirt the issue here, gravity is the issue here. Okay. That's what's killing these old people. That's what makes them fall and break their hip break their back break their spine, their totheir, sciatica, whatever. But what did they do? In the meantime, in these things take a long time to repeal just like everything you have to go through certain. He's right. Only on the ballot. And then like, they get more than half the people voted for it, and it still didn't count because they needed all those people to vote for it. I remember that. Well, then if we get the vote if we get the popular vote, we can we can start the repeal. But in the meantime, like, I said helium airbag technology and shocks, which is I guess you call all right? We'll have this done before the walls belt. I guarantee that. Thank you Mexico's gonna pay for it to. Thank you, Mr. Travolta. Appreciate it. Good luck to you, Kelly, Preston, aka your beer. Thank you. Okay. Bye. Bye. Come on what he's been through a lot. I know seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five. Did you see him in the movie by any chance? No. But I heard that was like the worst movie of all time. It's not great. It's not the worst movie of all time. Fred Durst directed was. Okay. This is about John Gotti and John John Gotti. He's like, oh my God. My kids turned out just like me. He said I'm going to be like you said, it's it's not that bad. It's it's bad. But it's not that bad Helvin endorsement Gotti is it's called Gadi. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to die jail. This. He's good at it. He is the makeup's really good rather watch bird box again zero percent on rotten tomatoes. Zet good. No. It's terrible. Live. Hello, the Hayden. Hey, guys. How are we doing today? What's up, dude? Happy new year. I want to say so repealing the law gravity might be a little tough to alternatives. These nuts. I replace all services with trampolines. Ooh. Do take a fall. You're bouncing right back up. Just like we can't ban all gone. So what we do is we pan those bump stocks that turn a semiautomatic into automatic. So if we can't ban gravity like, we should be able to do we can at least replace all of this hard surfaces of the world with trampoline like bouncy stuff. Correct. We would still have mean Joe Greene today. If not for trampolines everywhere did mean, Joe Greene, take a fall. No. He's being disrespectful. How dare you? How dare you, sir? Mean Joe Greene while he did bring me a lot of joy as a kid with his cO commercial. Remember that one? Nope. Classic. Coke.

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