35 Burst results for "Joe You"
Interview With Nadia Bruce-Rawlings, Author of Driving in the Rain
"My guest is named nadia bruce rowling. She is the mother of six. She has twenty two years sober about to celebrate twenty three years and she's the author of scars and driving in the rain. Welcome to the show. Thank you so yes. I have a combined family of six. I grew up living all over the world Egypt norway bahamas. London and of course. Good old america and I have. I worked in the film industry for quite a long time and now of kind of retired from that. I'm living in nashville and writing awesome. I'd love to joe mature story in here a little bit more about maybe the recovery journey. And how you found sobriety and then what led you writing books. Gosh so i always drank. I don't remember not drinking like we just drank. That's what our family to and then You know the eighties and there is a lot of cocaine but what happened At some point well. I had stopped in cocaine for while because it was getting bad and it was about to lose my job and then four years later. My mom got really sick with Cancer and i met this guy and he did co. can you know one thing led to another next thing. I knew we were smoking crack and That was bad and within for my mom died. I got very depressed. That really brought me to my knees. And i spent four years just smoking crack. Twenty four seven lost my job. Obviously lost. Everything owned went to jail for shoplifting. Several times which turns out to be a felony if you do it enough
Durant Scores 21, Nets Beat Bulls 115–107
"Kevin Durant's twenty one points and eight assists carried the next two or one fifteen one oh seven victory over the bulls Joe Harris added seventeen points and Bruce brown had fifteen is Brooklyn won its second straight after a four game slide the nets lost guard Kyree Irving to an apparent facial injury early in the second half the win allowed the nets to pull within two games of the east leading Philadelphia with three games remaining Chicago wasted Zach lavine's forty one points ended a three game winning streak and fell three games behind idle Washington for the final spot in the Eastern Conference play internment I'm the ferry
Man City Are Champions Again
"Kick things off by saluting manchester city. Once again champions of england they didn't even have to kick a ball today. Manchester united losing a home against less city means that it's mathematically impossible for social side to catch city rivals. Had the top of the table. This be much to cities. Seven talk fly when their fifth in the premier league areas of manchester united but in the angry obviously thoroughly deserved. You know to come back. From the couple of seasons hod will they will neck and neck ever pulling successful and then they go a lesson last year from from liverpool who won cancer at the end that was over by other know probably february of thereabouts and to come back from the and we were going to be the big chases again that she had the injuries of just d- road. Anything they were going to do. We're going to talk about potential for was to come back from that. And let you wins and re address the problems particularly the bach and the yeah amazingly with ruben diaz. Joe sale has been fantastic. Jenkins done well when he's commend. Johnstone's of resurgence and has career and he's fitness any form part from the wobble gone magnificent and the medfield. All this done really pretty much more. This season with a not australian and i don't think there's many other clubs around europe never mind an england that could have that success pleaded not mon. It's interesting see because they started this season badly. Go back says say november and you look at the table. They're not even in the top ten after eight matches in fact that resided in thirteen. They'd only got twelve points from those opening eight matches but then they went on an incredible. Winning run didn't they.
Jaycee Horn's Rise to the NFL
"We'll do some people thought that the panthers maybe should have taken a quarterback specifically justin fields with number eight pick. What is matt rule said about his decision to go with jesse horn. What does he like about this guy. One thing he did say as like jaycee lived this like he knows what it takes to be successful in the nfl. Because he saw his dad he lived at his dad was. Nfl player. great nfl player. he's grown up with it. His whole life play at the highest level. He's got thirty three inch charms. He's six one. Whatever he is ran for three jumped forty two inches. I mean he's a. He's a rare physical specimen who also has the pedigree that's hard to find. He loves jc horn. He loves the physical nature cockiness and the size the speed to match up with all the big receivers in this division but it also tells us something about what the panthers feel about. Sam darnold over justin fields. Right i mean darnold is a guy when they traded for him. They talked a lot about this like he could almost be in this draft from an age standpoint. He's only twenty. Three darnold turns twenty four june. He's younger than joe burrow. Who of course was in last year's draft but it's a risk and if just enfield's goes on to be an all pro guy and chicago and the bears answer quarterback. History will not look upon this panthers decision favorably again. Nothing to do j. c. more about darnold versus justin fields.
Biden Says Americans Must Accept a Job or Lose Unemployment Benefits
"Today announcing new steps he says will help more Americans returned to work, including the distribution of $350 billion from the $1.9 Trillion coded aid bill. That was Signed into law a couple months ago. The American rescue plan that aid now going to state and local governments president today, also pushing back again against critics who say that expanded unemployment benefits encouraging Americans to not return to work. Person says. If there's a job offer, it must be taken. We're going to make it clear that anyone collecting unemployment who's offered a suitable job must take the job or lose their unemployment benefits. There are few covert 19 related exceptions, so the people aren't forced to choose between their basic safety and a paycheck. But otherwise, that's the law. I know there's been a lot of discussions since Friday since Friday's report that people are being paid to stay home. Rather than go to work, But we don't see much evidence of that. That is a major factor. We don't see that look, it's easy to say the line has been because of the generous unemployment benefits that it's a major factor in labor shortages. Americans want toe work. Americans wanna work as my dad used to say jobs about a lot more than a paycheck. It's about you. Dignity, your place in the community. You never look your kidney. I save it. He's gonna be okay. I think the people who claim Americans won't work. Even if they find a good and fair opportunity. Underestimate the American people. So will insist that the law is following with respect to benefits. We're not going to turn our backs on our fellow Americans. President Joe Biden at the White House, referring to the jobs report for last month. It was released on Friday, and the number of jobs created falling well below expectations. Today,
FDA Approves Use of Pfizer Vaccine for Young Teens
"Given permission for the covert 19 vaccine made by Fizer and buy on Tech to be used in Children as young as 12 more from NPR's Joe Palka. In December, FDA granted the Fizer by on Tech covert 19 vaccine what's known as emergency use authorization based on results from a large clinical trial. That authorization was only for people as young as 16 At the end of March, the company's reported results from a trial of the vaccine and Children between the ages of 12 and 15 that studies show that the vaccine was 100% effective in preventing disease and there were no serious side effects. So now the FDA has expanded the authorization to include these younger Children as well. Studies are ongoing in Children as young as six months, With results expected later this year. Joe
Data-Driven Journalism Enabled by the Africa Data Hub
"Finley is africa. Data up project lead at open cities lab. We'll be discussing. The newly launched african data before we get into that welcomes. Sarah give us a brief inch zero at open cities lab and the project needed africa data hem and which is a project run by open cities lab as civic organization that's based in gibbon but has now branched out to joe bag capetown and they run projects that support data and take solutions for government and civil society to hold people accountable and to offer a better service delivery where it's needed so that africa data how is a project that was started october. Twenty twenty and it is a data platform that seeks to make complex inaccessible data about covid and related issues more accessible to journalists and the public and researchers and it seeks to stimulate data driven journalism and decision making across the continent. Because at the moment there are a lot of data challenges around covid for africa. We see that in europe and america. There's a lot of data available on the continent. It's far more difficult to come by. How do we get individuals to trust the the data that they receive from from the media and from journalists in environment that currently living in trust both in the media and in government is at an all time low but one of the ways that we can overcome that is providing accuracy and credibility and by unpacking the sources in the make a dodgy around how that data is collected if we are clear that this is the reason data's being collected. We are clear that this is how it was done. Why who it was funded by that offers. A level of trust that audiences can then buy into
Nets Rally to Beat Nuggets 125-119, Snap 4-Game Skid
"The nets roared back from a twenty one point deficit to defeat the nuggets one twenty five one nineteen the nets were led by thirty three points from Kevin Durant we won this game and they said twenty six more size than us so we you know some would make the the possession battle even then we in great shape so you know we got on the second half was it was who we are and hopefully build on it Brooklyn went in front for good at one eleven one ten on a Joe Harris three pointer with six twelve to go and was up one twenty to one nineteen when Denver inbounded but the coal you'll catch missed a six footer with eleven seconds to go and rent sank three free throws to clinch the victory for the nuggets your coach was team high with twenty nine Bruce Morton Denver
NCAA President Pushing for NIL Action Before or Near July 1
"Major rule. Change could be coming soon from the nc double a. allowing college athletes to profit financially while they compete and that could drastically change the playing field. Here's abc's faith booby tonight. A significant step closer to what many college athletes have demanded for years excited. It's long overdue for players like iowa. Point guard joe bohannon. It's the opportunity to make money when third parties use their names and images. Mark emmer president of the ncaa would recommend college sports governing bodies. And that's a rule change by july first allowing just that as first reported by the new york times the ncaa has been dragging its feet for decades with division one sports bringing in an estimated eight point five billion dollars a year. The ncaa has barred compensation for players. Other than scholarships and educational stipends a policy bohannon and other players have pushed back against this year around the hashtag. Ncaa property majority of athletes are minority and most of this revenue. That's being brought in by. These athletes is being redistributed to the coaches and the head administrations in these athletic programs. The fact that data's haven't been able to see any of this money is civil rights issue and went also driving the ncaa in this is the fact that many state legislatures have already passed or are considering laws that would allow student athletes to cash in on their talent and popularity
Liz Cheney Faces Growing Criticism From GOP Colleagues
"Watching the latest unraveling of the republican party still enamored with trump's nonsense about a stolen election now deposing about to depose their number three leader in the house of representatives liz cheney because she has stood up for the basic truth about what happened i e joe biden one and we have that lunatic arizona recounting going on where ordered by the arizona legislature looking for supposed- fraudulent votes in maricopa county where The latest reports are there. A scarring the ballots for signs of bamboo because of claims that somehow thousands of ballots were flown in from asia For biden tipping the state In his favor and therefore if they can find some residue of bamboo they can prove the election was indeed stolen.
Stars Keep Playoff Hopes Alive With 5–2 Win Over Lightning
"Joe pawelski had two goals and two assists the stars one for the first time in six games five two over the lightning obviously we have to be desperate tonight with a lot of good things early on we got pucks behind for checks you know we we controlled play out where it gave a specific feature the outcome gives the hurricanes are first division title since two thousand six and sets up an all Florida first round matchup between the lighting a Panthers rupee hits added a goal and two assists for Dallas which pulled within two points of national for the final central division playoff berth Blake Coleman and Alex parade belay provided to Tampa Bay goals Curtis McElhinney finished with twenty six saves for the lightning who were six oh one one in their previous seven games I'm Dave Ferrie
Heeding Complaints, Biden Lifts Refugee Cap to 62,500
"On monday. President joe biden lifted the refugee cap to sixty two thousand five hundred after initially keeping the record low limit of fifteen thousand set by former president trump so this effectively raises the number of refugees who can be admitted to the united states through september of this year. Okay the last president. Julio that actually raised the number it was george. H w bush a republican little history lesson. They're like so. Let's just say sixty two thousand better than fifteen thousand navidad. Okay okay now. We also saw this thing which was a little weird right. We began to see families being reunited under the bite. Administration's task force program to find and reunite separated families. This is good. We're going to talk a little bit about the performative nature of that in a second and how we feel about it but the truth is is that there are still over. Twenty two thousand five hundred migrant children who were unaccompanied who are in this government's custody and we're seeing the biden administration talk about immigration kind of like. Oh we're done been there done that it saw. I know it's like what yeah right. So here's how white house press secretary who so in touch with this issue. Not oh jen. Sacchi out said on tuesday. After four years of an immigration system rooted in destructive and caddock policies president biden is taking the challenge head on and his building a fair orderly and humane immigration system. That's our objective and wanted to provide a couple of Data pieces of data. You may have seen but they've come out since the last time. We had a briefing in here. At the end of march there were more than five thousand children. Customs and border protection patrol stations today. That number is approximately six hundred. The amount of time children spend cbc's facilities is down by seventy five percent from one hundred and thirty one hours at the end of march two under thirty hours now. Clearly we're not done. There's a lot of work ahead. Migration is a dynamic and evolving challenge But the president has a plan. And we're working on implementing it
U.S. Sends More Firepower to Middle East
"It is a truism of foreign military adventures that getting one troupe. Getting one's troops out rather can be at least as big a challenge as sending them in. The united states has deployed additional aircraft to afghanistan to protect its troops as they packed their kit prior to the anticipated departure later this year nearly twenty years after their first predescessors arrived that the us withdrawal will be popular with. Americans is in little doubt but there are political risks for president. Joe biden as well. Especially if a taliban resurgence this look less like withdrawal than a surrender on joined with more on this bite lukens former. Us diplomat now senior partner with cigna global advisors Lou how worried should the joe biden administration be about the next few months. Obviously what they're keen to avoid is people dredging up all that archive footage of people fleeing saigon by helicopter andrew. Yeah so i mean the irony. Is that in in an effort to withdraw. Our troops were sending more troops in in the short term to secure the the The removal of equipment and the withdrawal of troops but joe biden is definitely determined. Have all the. Us troops almost all us troops out by september eleventh. The real danger. I mean there's two. There's two dangerous here. One is at afghanistan just descends into prolific political turmoil and chaos and the other is at it reemerges as a base for terror attacks on the united states. I think the first scenario. Political chaos in afghanistan. Americans won't care that much about that. There are those within the political and diplomatic establishment. Who will care deeply. But the average american won't care that much. Afghanistan is just too far removed but if the al qaeda and taliban are able to re form the country as a terror basing site An effect terror attacks on american soil. From there that will will will send a strong message to joe biden. That you've got to do something maybe go back in there.
The Search for a Better EV Battery as Customer Demand Rises
"More expensive models are going to have even longer ranges were go. What would be about the same as a small car. Get on a full tank of gas. That stand guerrino from inside climate news and he's been following new kind of space race in electric vehicle batteries. And i'm npr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton hutler today on climate cast. How quickly is ev battery tech evolving. Hi dan welcome back to climate cast and to be here. So you wrote about the quest for a solid state. Ev battery what are they. And how are they different from current ev. battery tech. so right now the battery. That is in just about ali's if not all either that i know of have a joe material a kind of a thick liquid material that is what the electrons pass through as they charge and discharge a solid state battery is designed in which those electrons are passing through a solid material. The reason that that's potentially a breakthrough is that it takes less space to have the same amount of energy passing through a solid than it does through a gel on so you can pack more batteries into the same space more power into the same space which leads to longer ranges. it also can lead to faster charging times as far as automakers. We know tesla has led the way in. Ev technology which other automakers are now going all in on ev technology. Just about every major automaker is at the very least talking a lot about their vm. Bishen volkswagen is the company that could probably make the strongest case right now that it is investing the most heavily and making kind of a a top to bottom transformation into an e company.
Trader Joe's Cuts Back Employee 'Thank You' Bonus
Facebook's Trump Ban Upheld by Oversight Board for Now
"Let's turn to facebook. Send sendai independent oversight board and the decision yesterday to uphold the company's ban on former president donald trump's account the twenty member board made its ruling but ultimately handed the final decision back to facebook. The board said the social media site cannot invent new unwritten rules when it suits them and recommended facebook either permanently banned or reinstate trump within six months trump was banned indefinitely for his posts after the january sixth insurrection where he referred to members of the mob as special and patriots join us now longtime journalist carol cadwalader. She's co founder of the real facebook oversight board a group of experts who analyze and critique facebook's content moderation decisions and policies. Carol good morning. it's good to have you on with us. What did you make of the ruling of this. They called an independent board. That handed down the decision about donald trump and basically kicked it down the road a bit and set after six months. It's up to you facebook. Well i'm really glad you called a semi independent cool independent because of course it's not an independent board is a board which was setter falling on facebook points. To all the members they made its terms of reference and essentially. What they were trying to do is sort of. Have this an external body where they could. You know shove off the most difficult decisions it didn't have to deal with and let somebody else tight responsibility for what we've had. Is this situation whether that this vote is come back and said no. Actually this is on you. You've got to tight responsibility. And and they just kicked it right back at them and in many ways. I think that that is this is this is a good thing in this. This total denial of a facebook to just take responsibility for what goes on its platforms is. We've just seen it time and time again and this is this is a this is a this is a huge exalt glove it. So so it's it's it's it's sort of. It's a a. it's a ridiculous false ical situation but it is quite helpful in turns the attention back on
Trump, Other Top Republicans Back Stefanik to Replace Cheney
"Truth and fidelity over the Trump ideology. Party leaders are calling for her removal as conference chairs. Some Republicans, including former President Trump are now back in New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney and her leadership role. President Joe Biden will push the case for his
World Kidlines: Biden Wants to Restart Nuclear Talks With Iran
"The joe biden administration wants to restart nuclear talks with iran. What does that mean exactly. Europe and the us wants to make sure that iran has limited nuclear abilities. So it can't make a lot of nuclear weapons iran once the freedom to use nuclear power which can also be used to heat homes. Joe biden's administration wants to get iran. More feed them to develop nuclear power with the understanding that it will need to be checked by outside agencies
"joe you" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Welcome to episode number. Two hundred seventy three our guests. This episode is novelist. Joe ebay born and raised in the hood in los angeles. Joe has a created a street. Smart black private investigator in the vein of sherlock holmes who is Basically solving cases in the very contemporary urban setting of los angeles and As someone who's lived over forty years myself I just find it wonderfully engaging and fascinating to kind of revisit some of these neighborhoods and areas Through the eyes of Not only iq his private eye but also the various people that populate these novels so really looking forward to you. Listening in on my conversation recorded Several months ago with joe day so as we are recording this episode. We're hearing word from all over the country where we live that. The coronavirus is spiking Even higher than before which is so alarming. And we're probably on the verge here in california of another lockdown disappointing. How you're doing with all this as i've somewhat seriously somewhat jokingly said in the past being on lockdown is sort of like being retired accept the differences. Now it's not kind of self imposed 'isolation but it's it's coming from the government and the powers that be and you know honestly in doing this podcast One of the challenges has been that we haven't been able to bring a local guest in studio to put them. Actually for the microphones. So that's that's definitely presented challenges in terms of the kind of clarity that We can get in recording oliver guests remotely with whatever equipment that they have and you'll hear in this particular episode that There are times when my guest were. His side of the conversation just wasn't as easy to understand for whatever was going on his side versus. When i haven't been studio and joe being in la we definitely could have had him here in studio opening for the microphone. Can monitor that While we're doing it live so you know. That's that's frustrating. I know it's frustrating to me. As i'm trying to put it on the the best episode together and i'm sure it's frustrating to you as listeners at times when you you can't quite catch one hundred percent of everything the guest is saying and i just hope as an all things with this pandemic and the shutdown That you'll bear with us that you'll be engaged enough with the quality of the conversation that you'll stick with it the other challenge. That is more. Recent for me is I have inherited of the editing and then publishing of the episodes Because there there was a change. In my co-producer allison's work situation and you'll hear more about that later when i know more about it all all i know is. She moved out here from texas to land fulltime job in the whole video. Editing industry. And you know lo and behold good good for alison she. She found this opportunity. What that has meant is in the last three or four weeks. Since ellison i talked i've had a lightning quick education in how to do the side of the pike. Ask that. I haven't had to do for you. Know the whole six plus years that we've existed so there's a learning curve. That's what i'm saying. And i'm dealing with different formats in different challenges and Even this week found out that our internet speed here at home was very unstable and it was going from highs of two hundred and thirty which were paying for to lows of like thirty and so there were times In the recent past when i've recorded some episodes with the guest remotely where they just couldn't hear me talk or you know all of a sudden e everything just really drops out so it's not a perfect storm but it's been a storm and i'm managing the best i can i am enjoying so far The responsibility of cobbling together the episodes But you know with the challenge. It come with remote feeds and variations in the quality of either my voice. Because i'm using the computer microphone instead of this condenser microphone. That's specifically for the podcast. Or as i said Just being able to get the highest quality feed from Each episode guest. You know what again. Just thank you for your patience and your graciousness. Because i'm learning a whole new side to this and i'll tell you this if I was saddled with a one hundred percent of the responsibilities when we first launched this podcast. I guarantee you. I wouldn't have launched. It does because it was just too daunting this too much and very grateful to my original director and co producer. Chris rwanda's when he came to me with this idea for the bind cast. It was all about. He would handle the technical side. I would book the guest in the prepare for the episode hosting yada yada and You know when when he after five years Needed to move on You know with my blessing and prayers Alison stepped up and it was great. Timing and she's she's held this together for the last year. But now it's on me. And i i'm not necessarily thinking I need to find another person to do this. Because i'm enjoying it. I i do like learning new technical things but we'll see i. I'm grateful that we haven't had to shut down the podcast because It wasn't that hard for me to learn the rudiments of of this editing of the audio But you know it's it's not perfect. And i guess that's kind of The thought i wanted to pass along to you listeners. This week is that as we are dealing with. Probably another lockdown Life is far from perfect right It is not how you know. Some of us are students. Want to learn. It's not how we want to interact with people remotely. It's not how you know we wanna just be stay-at-homes when we had plans to travel and to visit relatives and friends and to see new places. I mean none of this is perfect and You know even the transition from president trump to president-elect biden. I mean that's not going perfectly either and probably january twentieth. It's going to be far from great. So you know i think for me As much as i have a perfectionist streak It's been humbling. And it's it's kind of character building for me to to learn to work with what i have and to make the best that i can and so i. I hope that you're catching the spirit of that with what's been happening last month. Or so with the podcast. But i also hope that you're kind of managing life with that same attitude as well that You know perfect is going to be probably very lucid in most aspects and elements of our lives. But to appreciate that we're still able to have our lives and to do the things that matter to us for the most part and with the ability to look forward with a little bit of hope and a lot of patients that there's a better day yet to come that is but I to cling to that. So i hope you're hanging in there. My challenges with the podcast have now become opportunities for me to learn some new skills and to really gonna take a deep dive into each episode. And and how to bring out The best i can with what i have and I'm still grateful to be in from the microphone. Like this into pumping out these episodes for you. Because i i think what we're doing matters and i think these stories. These guests are essential. And i look forward to letting you ease drop on even more upcoming episodes because even as they are waiting to be edited in the proper week. Our d. no having had most of these conversations that these these are the worth listening to one hundred percent. So thank you so much. I know you're.
"joe you" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"I don't think take another moment the DNC mean well, there was. No did you stick around for the after party knowing? That was awesome. Was it was awesome. What happened? I didn't stick around for it. So I made Maximus, my son stick around for it and he wrote me some bullet points and I went through the bullet points and. Joe You. There is. You gave me a serious recap of the after party. And I just leave you with Joe showed up ate ice cream. was, hunter. They're hunters every Davies this huge recap it I like I boy I wish I would have stayed up for it but I mean didn't one of the property brothers showed up with a shirt. So I'm sure maximus deployed himself. Watching the after party last. How long was it? I received this. From him at. Eleven forty six last night she so that had of boundaries and a half at least central time Yeah Holy. Cow. That's amazing. All right triple eight, nine, hundred, thirty, thirty, three, ninety-three, I've got this College Football Twenty Twenty thing on my sheet I don't even know what that is was canceled. Canceled Twenty Twenty football anymore. That is just a longer version of the bit that we. Didn't know if you wanted to see replay that, but there's just a longer version. Okay. Maybe. We can get into that later but I have taken note. Of a few things. On this college football season Oh. You got another. Opponent yesterday by the way we get to more to more and you can agile. May I just share some of my disappointment that none of them so far have been p five football teams. Can I can just share a little bit. I I mean I know it's really hard to rebuild a schedule last minute like this and we lost all two games. So now they built it back up to seven. which is good. Yeah, I mean that's commendable. Yeah. That'd be great. THOUGHT THERE'D BE I. Don't know a Texas or Oklahoma in there or it'd be nice clemson somebody. The two latest. when you throw it all the record books when be when you get together with Texas State Oh. Texas data's huge and don't even get me started on the University of Texas San Antonio Yeah don't even get me started on that the roadrunners. Yes, it in. It is the road runner and were playing both of those teams in Provo this year. So either go to Provo Yep. That's a shame because because it would be site. That'd be great I know but vanderbilt you know the Harvard or Yale of the. they had stopped football practice yesterday because a couple of players. Really Yeah I hadn't even heard that sold bender built. It are they. Stopped the didn't have practice yesterday because a couple players. Okay. Up tested positive. So what we have so far North Carolina stopped I think their practice because they got a bunch of infections Notre Dame stopped because they got a bunch of infections and they said, okay, get off campus or. Don't come. To class. Not Notre Dame hasn't kicked them off campus yet come to class and vanderbilt there. All I saw was that they didn't have practice because a couple of players tested positive. There was I don't know about the campus. But. While we're gonNA stop or stop everything because a couple of players. Well, you can't Idaho is obviously players are going to get it. Yes. There's going to be a few players along the way who get it just sent him home or whatever for two weeks and let's move on. Yes, it otherwise this season will end. Correct. And I don't want it to. Do you know the college football. Playoff system is going to be in effect. They're actually going to do the CFP the. That's that's what they say anyway. So you're going to get the four teams at the end of the season who played for the National Championship. So then are you going to do that again in the spring if they have a spring season? Are you GonNa have a Split Championship. This is just such a weird year and it just so stupid that so many schools have opted to do this spring thing when that is not going to happen. This is not spring almost for sure can't happen. It just can't happen not and have a partial if you're going to have a partial. Season or no season now, you might as well just wait until the following season, right because spring can't. Right. Right There's too many factors with the NFL with how close proximity the seasons will be between Spring and fall I mean you're not GonNa Delay Twenty twenty, one fall season again hopefully right I mean if we're anywhere near controlling the virus by then and if we're not, we're pretty well as a society anyway she's. We're still dealing with all of this next year at this time. that. would be a good sign. Go Way out on that limb and say. That wouldn't be a positive thing. It's not optimal. Quote. You. Can Go to quote you can. Triple Eight, nine, hundred, thirty, three, thousand, three more Pat Gray unleashed coming. Enrique Good Morning American. Friday, isn't it? Yeah.
"joe you" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"A bank opening an account for somebody who's actually more than that personal ever put in the accounts and so like they can't like loan out that money and ever earn any kind of like return on it So I took the first objective is like lowering the barrier of entry to get into the connected world and then. For on opt out I think that depends a lot on where you live and like your community and there isn't going to be one answer. There's not an either like being the connected world or don't be there has to be a lot of options and opportunities within both worlds so that people can actually control what they wanna do with their lives. I mean if you want to say like I'm not gonNA use any electricity going completely off the grid I'm going to grow my own food fireman everything. That life looks very different if you live in like Ohio versus Siberia right like you can't just say, Oh, I've opted out and I'm going to just do this thing It really depends on the community and the society that you live in. So I would say like Laurel Barriers of Entry Join Lever Society Wants and then like if you opt out I, don't think there's an answer i. it just depends on where you are and what your motivation to opt out is and like I wouldn't even say like. You're either in or out like it's a binary thing he's people. OPT in and out on like a more granular level than not just like in on everything. Goes really took one of the core value propositions of to bring this back to polkadot is a GAV. Set a little while back that polkadot is the greatest the biggest bet in this ecosystem against chain maximalism. So we're here because we believe that people should have all those options and polkadot in a lot of ways lowers the barrier to entry for you to access the interesting technology or value systems or social contracts on all these different chains and really gives folks the the. Freedom and agency to make those decisions for themselves. Really. Fascinating guys actually loved that that quote from. GAV. About you know polka-dot is the the bet against maximalism. So I'll have to think with that one. We only have a few more minutes left We want to get to some closing questions that we ask every single guest that comes on the show Before we get there to those final closing questions, I have one question that I get asked a lot from community members about Kasama. To polka-dot. What is am I saying that right? What is Kasama I? Hear it's kind of like a test net for polkadot. What's going on there? Joe You, WANNA, kick it off. Shore. So, Kasama is not a test It's a Kenny out and so what we mean by that is it has the real economic incentives of Polkadot has like the original token distribution we don't. Meant token to that's kind of like the idea of a tonight usually is like you just kind of I asked her under tokens them Kasama is really like a a place to actually ploy something in an environment that's more realistic. The help oak will work but it's also like a bit more bleeding edge and so We won't poke out to be like as stabile as possible in like really like infrastructure should be boring like You know it kind of Aspen as to like you know tell the story like how exciting is a spoken aunts can be like well I if things go well, it should be like really boring like nothing should happen. To be worrying we, we wanted to be exciting. We wanted to do things like no blockchain has ever done before like we have this society thing that maybe we can talk a little bit more about So yeah, I mean like polkadot is really a place where you can deploy production production ready applications or chains and operate in a production environments but with a lower barrier barrier to entry lower stakes than actually working on Okinawa so that when you go into Polkadot you can be a lot more prepared for like anything that goes wrong and then you're actually deploying a much more stable and when. A Canary Network because it's kind of like the Canary in the coal mine thing where it's Interesting. Yeah. So for those who don't I don't know the analogy, the Canary in the coal coal miners back back in the day and and gem mining they would take a small yellow birds canaries down into the minds with them, and if the birds started chirping too much for heaven forbid fell over and died the deminers would know that there some noxious gases or lack of oxygen where where they're working and get out of there before things when things went south on the keep the key point in sort of couse Hamas future that Joe started to touch on was it early early on, it was very much focused on a a place where we could ensure that the polkadot. Technology that we launched polkadot was economically secure and stable, but ng forward. It's absolutely taken on a another whole set of use cases the one of the more interesting ones to me is this idea that it gives projects because system a really elegant upgrade pathway for the project life cycle. So as Joe mentioned, there's a lower barrier to entry on a number of fronts for a team to develop and deploy their technology on polkadot or on. Kasama. Prove that it works grow community around it understand what sort of. Economic. Incentives they need to make their system work and then eventually find a path to that become a poke it up hair chain if that's what they want to do. So gruesome is very much like an adventurous innovative network where things move fast and you really able to rate in rapid in a in a rapid fashion. Then once you have to polka-dot, it's your there because you want maximum security maximum throughput and you're really you're really ready to provide production ready application for the global web three sort of ecosystem. So Qassam is kind of like being an indies wrestler polishing up your character making sure you got a fan base and then you finally get signed. Up On your Reps. Cool. Very cool. All right. Guys on the closing questions before we run out of time If this was the first podcasts someone getting into the space heard, what would you want them to know? Joe, let's start with you. Yeah. I don't think I'm I get like too much of a beginner's. A beginners I..
"joe you" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"So. Do you to know each other? Okay, so my family and her family were friends way before we were even born, so we were always see to their at family gatherings when we were younger, and then we started getting very close in our teenage years. And that's when we find that. We were identical. Identical yes Indian. D- what was Sasha like as a kid? Sasha was very artistic like I remember when I would see Sasha's especially, because when we were kids, we kind of hated hearing about each other, because our parents were kind of against each other like my mother would always be like Oh. You Know Sasha is doing a plane school in her middle school and high school. And I, and then her aunt, who was had would be like. Oh, well, you know D- Get straight as all the time so. Tired of hearing each other about each other all the time I don't even want to hear, but what we started becoming a little older, and we were forming our own opinions about one another I just remember her being so bad cystic always drawing, always thinking always creating. So loving energy always the first thing you would see when you see especially when she was younger well still. You know as a first impression is. She would always argue she has always like loving, so that was how I remember her as a kid. Sasha! What was do you like? D. was very smart like I. Just knew if you WanNa, know something is I d, Goretti, she. She knew facts all the time, so my aunt was telling me that she has straight as I was very impressed by how young she was, and how she was how she was able to articulate herself and I'm like man animal. He'd been an artsy fartsy and I can't even express myself like she. She can, but. One of the things that I do definitely remember as has a huge heart, and she's just willing to help anybody she she's. She's willing to save everybody and that's one thing I admire about her. She's amazing. Do when you were kids. Did you think that comedy was in the cards for you? I knew that it was going to be in the cards. In some shape or form at come from a very funny family, everyone's always roasting each other. And then my older brother also was very into comedy, and there was one TV how I would have to, but he was watching because there was another option, and he at a very early age I knew about Richard Pryor Eddie Murphy. So I knew that I wanted to do it because. It was something that will show my humor, and also my phone very strongly about something where I wanted to just talk about some recently learned the vile that can be a sluice fast, but if you make it into humor, if you make it funny that everybody wants to listen to it. And Sasha for you know. I didn't think comedy Liz. Ever going to be something that I was going to pursue because I wanted to be a singer. I wants to be the next Whitney. Houston and I didn't like her, but I wanted to make songs and. Just, people were always tell me like you're funny like you're you have a for a funny personality or you not to make jokes, and that also stems from my family, because we don't know how to be serious and if anything. That's. Dramatic happens in the family. We always tend to figure out what's funny, but they also put me onto Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy and all these. Great giants that I look up to these these days you know.
"joe you" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Done probably smothered eight hundred bucks. That's right. That's exactly right. Let's shaking. I can't even thank you all the. Like the three and four step process you have, your company is out unreal as Shit almost like he's got a playbook or workflow for every right, yes odd. That works. Joe You already mentioned she, whereas it challenge, challenged customer and I know in my notes in our notes. The challenge sales another one that really changed your outlook on on sales in general, so assuming that you'd recommend as well for sure. Any other book that you find yourself going too often or read. I read. I read the give her once a quarter. the go. Givers are really short like ninety page book. by Bob Berg. And Yeah, it's just it's. It's really good to put things in perspective on like our goal is to serve people and help people you know for me from a faith perspective like I, feel like I'm a steward of my business. and I'm called to to cultivate my business and cultivate the relationships that interact my business. and I'm called to do good with it and so I think the go give her. A book that that helps reframe how you should be doing business and how you know. Value provide the more influence and money and success flows your direction. I'm a big believer in that. Money typically follows value. so givers one Let's see what else I read. Recent is really good..
"joe you" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"House about one hundred million more people found not mistaken. Then the United States does we have about three hundred thirty million people? I think the EU has somewhere around four hundred forty million people, and so. You look at the numbers the United States. Unfortunately we have four and a half percent of the world's population and. We're contributing to more almost a third of the deaths in the infections. Across the world the despite the fact that we have the best scientists, the best doctors you look at since nineteen fifty. What countries one the most Nobel prizes in the field of science? It's not even close. We've gone about fifty percent of one out of every two Nobel prizes awarded. And yet you look at those numbers in the United States despite. The American exceptionalism and yes I will say at the American exceptionalism that we've shown and science and medicine and technology. Over the past fifty sixty seventy years, we are failing miserably in this and. Mike Pence. Continues to lie for the White House Michael. Still you and I, both have done Mike for Quite some time. Lives are at risk. We hear now that up to two hundred thousand people died. From from the coronavirus by the fall. And Mike. Pence says that there's no second way. Vattani foul cheesy. He agrees with him. He says there's no second wave because we're still. In the first way. We're still in the first wave and Mike Pence. Is running around with mission accomplished banners behind him. A. All Because that's what he thinks. Donald Trump demands of him to lie to the American. People about the worst healthcare crisis face this country and over a century. Joe You. The grant that you showed. Says a lot speaks volumes number one. It's one thing to have Nobel laureates in science. It's another thing to listen to those Nobel laureates in science. And that's that's again. I think reflected in the graph in the sense that the administration has not taken seriously. What the warnings have been from the scientific community, so it goes to what Meka said a little bit ago about leadership it is about how the leadership not only takes in the information from those Nobel laureates those scientists, those smart smart researchers folk doctors on the front lines. Like Dr Gupta and others, and then digest that and put it into a policy that actually will bend the curve so to speak. But something else here. The president wants the rally. He needs the the high. That comes from having twenty thousand people screaming his name and reinforcing every bit of misinformation disinformation. Lack of facts that he spews out of his mouth so. Fast Saturday's about yeah, he can do it outdoors, but the point is to prove the point that this is not a big deal that we have in fact turned that corner, which is why the vice president's. Op Ed is in the newspaper three days before the event. Does let him know. y'All come. We're all good. Well. I wish we were. When when you have a bottling unit that actually has been fairly conservative. That was saying only sixty thousand. Americans were going to die. Of covid nineteen, our at a we're moving towards hundred twenty thousand now. They're having to reassess. Say Well, wait a second. We're going to be closer to two hundred thousand people. By the fall, most likely obviously This is not going away. You Know Willie. It wasn't just scientists that were. These warnings. Back. In January, of course, Donald Trump was warned by people in his administration throughout the month of January the White House was warned throughout the month of January about covid nineteen, even his own trade representative. said that up to five hundred thousand people could die of the corona virus in January in a memo. and. Here we are. Wasn't again. It wasn't for people say Gee, this is just something that scientists and doctors might have. Now it's important. That Americans understand that in January Joe. Biden wrote an op Ed. For the USA Today. And he said Donald Trump. Is Not prepared for the coming pandemic. He's he's put America in a situation where we are vulnerable to a coming pandemic. That was in January. And here we, he and Joe Biden also said please Mr President. Listen to your doctors. Listen to your scientists. Let your doctors let your scientists talk to the American people about what's coming. That's the end of January a month later, Donald trump was in Michigan, telling people that it was only fifteen people with the disease. It was going to go down and zero the next month. He was talking about using disinfectants. And putting lights inside of bodies. You know talking about a drug that yesterday we find out. His been is not approved any longer by the US government. Again with all of the science with all of the know how with all the medical genius, we have here with the American exceptionalism in these fields of science and technology and medicine. We have stumbled through this process, but. I. Just you look at these polls that show Joe Biden up by fifteen or sixteen points in Michigan. It's not a mistake me. People know the Joe Biden was warning about this in January, and they understand that even one month two months three months later, the president was still saying nothing to worry about an here. They're still saying et. Kudlow said in February into February nothing to see here. We've contained the virus Kellyanne. Conway screaming at a CBS reporter about containing the virus. It's contained you. What are you a doctor? You don't think it's. One hundred fifteen thousand Americans have died since then. Donald trump could be mad at brad par for getting rich off of him. But he's not sixteen points down because Brad Par scall- has gotten rich off of Donald Trump. He sixteen points down because he's running against a guy that warned Americans about this back in January. And Joe Biden, actually if you look back talked about this in the fall same before, we even knew what corona virus was before, it even existed saying we're not ready for a pandemic talking more broadly about it remember. The Obama Administration left a very explicit playbook for how to handle list. Remember that the Intel services warned the White House. That something was brewing in Wuhan China. China and that we ought to be ready for it. Those warnings were ignored. And frankly this is something that's been in the way for Donald Trump as he looks at election, he thought he had a strong economy..
"joe you" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Usually outside as you're passing people talking to them outside you get it inside in close spaces where there's not a lot of ventilation where you have longer encounters face to face encounters where people are talking. Loudly are in one famous place in one famous case. A Wall Street Journal says that choir that was singing. So many people got it, so we're starting to know more about it. You can walk in parks. You can walk on beaches. You can do social you can socially. You don't have to be wearing masks twenty four hours a day, but if you go inside the restaurant to pick something up for God's sake, where mask. Joe You highlighted such an important thing. Here is the outdoor component here versus the indoor component people gathering outdoors as long as they can maintain social distancing. We're less worried about transmission of covid nineteen because of air and. Air Dynamics. It's hard to transfer the virus in an outdoor setting in an indoor setting. That's why we're so worried about the Tulsa rally with President Trump. That is a super special event potentially because we'll one will people wear masks? Put To? They're are going to be in the same place for over an hour and we're worried about that. That's exactly right. Indoor transmissions much more likely than outdoors. what I ask you before you go about this. New Treatment Steroid deck sell method. If I'm saying it right. How hopeful is that? And how how impactful is it in fighting the coronavirus? When I saw that headline, we have eight patients right now. The ICU that are on steroid were hopefully it works, and this is encouraging the headline. itself is encouraging. What's not encouraging? What gives us pause is there was a press release instead of a peer reviewed paper. There's no data, so we don't know in this era where we talk about hydroxy chloroquine on a press release. When Madeira publishes stayed on vaccine with just six individuals, it was based on six individuals there. Their face trial no data. It gives us pause, so we want to see data, but yes, that's this initial headline suggests hey, if it works tastic and we're GONNA look out for that data. Doctrine Gupta. Thank you so much for being on this morning. As we follow this world, be having you back. I'm sure Willie. Dr Gupta mentioned leadership. You mentioned Vice President Pence. Here's what he's talking about in a new op Ed for the Wall Street Journal Vice President Mike. Pence argues that quote. There is not a corona virus second way he writes this. In recent days, the media has taken to sounding the alarm bells over a second wave of virus infections. Such panic is overblown. He writes thanks to the leadership of president trump. Oh my courage and compassion of the American people are public health system is far stronger than it was four months ago and we are winning the fight against the invisible enemy. I think we can cut it there. He goes on. Quite clearly you just heard from a leading physician somebody who's treating patients. He's not a member of the media. WHO's trying to explain why we're seeing spikes across the country? Why by the Way Beijing City of twenty two million people is back on lockdown this morning. Schools are closed. Flights canceled Jonathan, Lemere obviously vice president pence is doing what he's had to do for three and a half years or what he's chosen to do for three and a half years. Go Out, make the case for the president that we've turned the corner and that it's time to move on which is something he said on a phone call with governors across the country on Monday as well saying they should go out and say that these spike in numbers is because of testing Dr Gupta just explain why that's not quite right. Now Willy. It's not certainly there are more cases picked up because of increased testing. That's true, but there's also increased hospitalization across a number of states of these are far more testing. These were seeing a surge in infections in a number of localities across the country the vice president in that op Ed knowledged blamed the media He suggested that the where America how the trump administration has handled. This pandemic is a cause for celebration in that call the governor's. He's not only suggesting. Making the claim that this is about testing. He's urging the governor to go out there and repeat those talking points. These are just temporary spikes that the administration of course. Has this all under control where we are seeing more evidence by the day That is simply not the case and this is. So rare that the White House is even talking about this pandemic right now as we know, they've tried desperately now for weeks to turn the page to talk about the nation reopening talk about the economy restarting. They don't want to dwell on these increasingly dismal numbers. We are seeing as you mentioned a return outbreak in Beijing, but we're also looking at other countries across in Europe. Europe that have really seen cases dramatically drop. That's not happening here in the United States. It is still the pandemic is still going. Maybe it's not a second wave as the vice president argues. Maybe we're still in the first wave. A number of health officials have said, of course we're also looking at as doctor indicated the Tulsa Rally. The president has scheduled for Saturday right now. It's set up for an indoor arena downtown with an overflow room in a convention. They say hundreds of thousands of people who've applied for tickets. There's some urging from state officials even in Oklahoma to move it outdoors. The governor of Oklahoma will be at the White House this week. He and the president expects to discuss how to have this rally. How to have it safely potentially changing venues, but there's no indication that it'll be cancelled. and. I. It just makes sense. For them not to move it. Outdoors Tulsa has door stadiums where they can move it to and keep. People that WANNA go to that rally. Keep them safe Those outdoor rate is probably going to be bigger. Can, hold more people. They can be wearing face masks. They can be six feet apart. They can even be three feet apart, however, whatever they're comfortable doing to keep themselves safe and also keep their loved ones at home safety, keep their mothers or fathers Grandma's grandfather's. Keep all of all of them safe. You? We've done unfortunately this country. Such a terrible job. And managing the coronavirus, and of course we've gone through all the missed. Cues, and all the missed signals from the beginning of this crisis, but The, proofs in the numbers, the proofs in the data Michael Steele. Let's put that number again a comparison between the EU. And the United States of America on Covid nineteen cases of the United States, obviously doing far worse than the EU countries that have been through carbon just just so. Americans looking at this chart understand. That, that's what the numbers look like. Despite the fact, the European Union..
"joe you" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"I bet there you know what there's some things that the conventional teams are better suited for. Because they have more experience and they have more time to train outside of that very narrow skill set you know. I'll add to this because I get asked this often too you know. What do you think a guys who don't want to go to development group? Does that mean that they aren't as good and my answer? That would become no not at all. It means they. They made it a career choice and they decided that that was not in the cards for them of there for a reason. They didn't WANNA go and I've another friend's mind. The intentionally made the I pulled. I pulled my package as I look. I think I'm too young at that point. I put one in there like yeah. This looks good or you can send it off and I said actually pull it back. I don't want to take a spot I think I'm too young and it ended up then I went to the jump team and then I left. I ended up just making a conscious choice where that wasn't going to be part of my life. And you and I wouldn't have reconnected now if you hadn't gone to the jump team because that is where we ended up you know as I said reconnecting or minutes fifty seconds. We're basically basically daily this your washing timer. I Am Hawk. All right so he can read this one. Oh this is perfect for you is. You're you're this guy. Oh God I was curious as to your thoughts. On the idea of self-imposed daily suffering in parentheses strongly relics turn there as an example waking up. Jaakko early taking cold showers over hot ones fasting etc. In your opinion. Is this kind of stuff character. Building or for the most part just impractical in silly. Thanks all you done and continue to do. Joe You both. They are both how silly dig it. Okay I am black. Digging and digging air both impractical and silly and character building. It depends on one of those who choose okay. We can't fuck at four thirty. Every day is ridiculously if you go to bed at seven. Yeah not if you go to bed before.
"joe you" Discussed on About Last Night
"Don't stop the music. Please don't stop them here. He's trying to make my neck and I'm GonNa take it off this. I'm excited about this. I'm really really excited about this. This is going to make me recovered a lot quicker. Heck yeah because it's like having a little splinter some it's just going to force you to not exactly we'll do it. Also let's not. Let's not be equipped to overlook the amount of just bending and wall leaning. You're doing doing your Joe S- Sings the classics Last Saturday you were of course hilarious. I finally watched it though I brought that up. It's still locked. Remain out because of you do anything. It's there forever but you let tell people what you did. First before you get into the trained animal your followers follow me and and you're right you're right you're volt. They know exactly what we're not doing it again. So that's for for new listeners. Because that's always happening so again. There's no no listeners. zoom has not stunted your comedic timing. I'll tell you that much The take a drink. Thirsty thirsty cheeses. Can you put that brace back on your real fucking Aso? When you've got a lot more room to put your fingers on your head to just as of let me say this. I didn't know the the amount of prep that you did for it. Musically was fucking. You also used your space brilliantly. At one point we joked. Even you're like oh it's too many locations but you know. I think some would argue in some commented not enough locations and opening by the way with like this beautiful open room where. I don't know what you're planning on using it for but I think that definitely I looked like it just was so open and there was a corner of a room. Yeah for those of you know no so we did the new on block we're supposed to do a cruise a got insult so we did a virtual crews and we tried to instead of four days and four nights and five days on on a boat. We tried to interact with our with our amazing fans as much as possible over those four days. We game shows Zoom Fest. We did carry. Excuse me carry okay and I usually do a show so I did. I did it a livestream. You've been on the boat before Adam I I kinda host it kick it off. I graciously accepted my friend. Gabe Lopez is musician. Songwriter Emmanuel Curios. A great friend and songwriter. They all came on and we we did a we did a thing with you know and I probably could have one set up. I did three setups if the behind. The scenes was literally all the rig duct taped to a piece of wood and laid in between two struts of a ladder In all by myself. Because I'm by myself by myself So I could have kept the simpler. I was talking a lot again. On the cruise it's e- it's a captive audience in more ways in one so it was a little bit story tally. If I do it again up probably get to the songs a little sooner. But he is stalled yet so well. I had these ninety second two minute. You know changes you guys down to talk to each other you so funny. Oh is brilliant. Dude was you also because I remember pre show. I'm trying to cover as many bases as possible. Joe You gotTa tell me like when you come back in like is going to be time or you're just going to jump in and we'll just know and you like Yo when I pop back on the screen you'll know just very positive you to be like when I'm there buddy you know. Yeah so but. Your timing was impeccable. Because gave an I started getting a fun little back and forth and you would come in right notice that last one the very last one too because I just watched the last night for the first time because I want to see how it sounded the game. Tape the game tape which isn't really fun. I mean I I. I know it's part of the game to get better like that. Some people look at it and some people say never looked. Just keep going. Don't look back. Don't take notes. Rehearse get better but like you know who says David Copperfield. And where is he you know whereas what does he billions of dollars from a magic show? Hey Buddy same show for ten years South three times and Loni just looks good. Yeah I'll go again when things resume but the point is you gotta make some changes swell changes or it was really the the the the technological aspect of because we're trying to everybody's trying to figure out how to best stream and on a musical level And I was happy that people pleased overall. It's we're being absurdist everybody. We're trying to get people's minds off of where we are now. And so it's it's a big plus it's all it's all gravy right but I looked at IT I. I was happy with my performance but my voice would do the cancelled when I sang. It would out the music a little bit. It had that could be because these things are bill to do that. To to focus on the boys and then and then knock away the background noise zoom in like stuff like this so. I think it just it triggers differently so as I wanna see if we can fix that may it make it better? Make it better. So we'll see. How did you pick the songs? That was one thing that I was curious about. When I saw the set list. Well I did go. I what I picked the song because a lot of them just came up their melancholy songs. Were all kind of a along not alone but like you know quarantined. And what are we GONNA do? This is an existential malaise. If you will and you know you think adds dominant I one. You know it's been Saban's has in thirteen days since you took Ula Ruby. Great.
"joe you" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Huge some gonNA feed You guys you guys there. Can you guys hear me? I can see them on video but can you guys hear me because I can't. There's no audio no. There's no audio coming out okay. Well that's odd. It looks like discords taken in dump. Or maybe he's infected with the virus or something. I'm not sure Wait what I see Joe. Joe's pointing at his chest. Joe You okay buddy not having a heart attack or something guy is putting his hand over his chest again Okay I'm trying to finish okay Joe pointing at your chest okay. Oh you know what I think. He's trying to finish talking about on word. Is that correct? Joe had not okay. Good all right So I'M GONNA finish this for you Joe So you're basically saying that On were got you a little bit. Emotional is that is that right. Yup It's an emotional movie. Okay and maybe everyone should take time to see. It might bring some Kleenex with you. Is that correct? I see thumbs up all right cool. Thank you Joe. All right and I have one more one more thing before we go. I'd like to let listeners know even though we always try to make people laugh on our podcast. We like to joke around or sarcastic. Sometimes we all have our you know we all have our jokes and whatnot. And you know we usually aren't serious but you know during this time Especially this time with the virus. That's going out and I know last week. We're joking around about the virus making stupid coughing noises and whatnot. But we really are serious about this virus so if anybody's having symptoms during this time if anyone's feeling sick please stay home we don't want you guys to infect any other people. This is the only way we can stop the spread of this virus and defeat this so stay home. Stay safe stay strong. Take care of your body's drink lots of water and play more video games. A alright are looks like see the guys they're all signaling me now Looks LIKE THEY'RE CIGNA? Signaling me for the hurry up motion which I'm guessing means pitter-patter yeah okay everyone's head nodding cool all right so this is GonNa end the show this episode one sixty five. I'M GONNA go play some video games. I am out piece. That looks like Jon waving goodbye. Miguel is twirling his braids again and waves. Goodbye and Joe's waving goodbye and that's it game on everybody and stay safe Lukla.
"joe you" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Actress cranberry listeners. Today we just like to tell you about a really crazy. Show that we've discovered from wonder. The show is called Joe Exotic and the story is just a lot a lot to process and really a lot to believe I was actually listening to it in my car and I drove right past my exit. Your was it worth it. I mean did you get some more stuff that you wanted to listen to. I did I never heard of this guy before you brought him up and his life choices are certainly not what mine would ever be probably no one else except maybe for Joan self but at the same time really entertaining yes. I agree for Joe. Exotic life was as zoo. Joe Lived on sixteen acres in the Oklahoma Prairie Lance. His given name of course is not exotic. But that's what he calls himself. Joe was able to scratch out a living from a roadside wildlife attraction that he ran. But you know that's just the beginning. Hear this outrageous tourist attraction housed babboons alligators and big cats. But Joe's life was as much of a side show as this haphazard zoo. He definitely likes some sideshow theater in his personal life as a gun toting. Spur wearing tiger breeding gay cowboy polygamist with a mullet show was absolutely a real character. He became an eccentric local celebrity. Who freely handed out condoms with his face printed on them. Joe Definitely had his own brand of crazy that somewhere along the line. He pushed it a bit too far and things turn very dark very quickly. Listen to Joe Exotic and you'll find out how a love of animals turned to hatred and murderous revenge. You're about to hear a preview now of Joe Exotic in this wild podcast from Wendy. You'll meet JOE himself and you'll get a glimpse of what life was like inside his zoo and inside his unusual. Mind while you're listening. Go ahead and subscribe to Joe Exotic on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever? You're listening to us now. There is also a link in our episode notes. That will take you there. It was the winter of two thousand fourteen in a little dance hall in. When you would Oklahoma a wedding was just getting started okay. I'd like to welcome you to a most unusual wedding. The room was decorated in hot pink and Tiger Stripes. The audience was a mix of humans and animals was several people there with different kinds of monkeys. They were for the most part in their strollers. Serve on their MOM's lap for in their shirt. Jacqueline Thompson was among the guests. She watched three men in matching hot pink. Cowboy shirts and black jeans walked to the front of the hall. Today we have gathered to witness the Union of Travis. John and Joe Joe said that he always had to boyfriend's Outta time he never just had one. Joe Was the groom in the middle. He had a chrome pistol hanging from a leather holster around his hips and bleach blond mullet. His real name was Joe Shrimp Vogel but he was better known as Joe Exotic in the book of ECCLESIASTES. Dis Bet you know this the we are even better for triple. Braided cord is not easily broken. Joe's fifty one years old one of his husbands to be in his late twenty s and the other was just nineteen. And can we have the rings? Fleas Jacqueline and the other guests watched a small eight gripping white. Satin pillow was carried up to the front of the hall after me. I give these rings as a Joe slipped the ring on one fiancee's finger and then on the other. You may now kiss after the wedding. The party moved down the street to Joe Zoo there. Joe was in his element climbing in and out of cages while a camera crew captured it all for his Youtube Channel at one point. Jovan Jacqueline over to bear cage handed her a marshmallow and told her put it. Between Your Lips I put in my mouth and I'm like you know hesitating to put my face through the bar and then he grabbed her head and shoved it up against the cage inches from the bears mouth and they're just all of a sudden. Grab the food in. His tongue ended up going down my throat and all I remember is getting a mouthful of sand and slobber it was like I was gagging and he was just laughing so hard almost pitas fans and they got that on tape too. It was a wild celebration but in a quieter moment. Joe confided something in Jacqueline. He was haunted by a recent tragedy he says. My champ was poisoned Joe. Tall Jacqueline he suspected the animal rights extremists. Were behind it as well as the recent deaths of Wolf pups and he was afraid they wouldn't be the last and just started crying. You wrapped his arms around me. And we just balled together. Then Joe said she was looking for someone to provide security to keep his animals safe at the zoo and to keep him safe over the years. Joe had made a lot of enemies but there was one who kept him up at night here. You just always call her names like crazy bitch hateful bitch. It always something bitch. That woman was Carol Baskin. All talked about was that she won't leave him alone for five years now. Carol had been threatening to shutdown Josue and destroy all that he had built. He said he needed somebody. That was really good with a gun that could take her out and now joe was ready to put an end to it and I said junior the sniper. He's like why are you have one? I said actually I do. You can listen to all six episodes of this mind-bending story including exclusive Joe Exotic Bonus episode acid free on wondering plus for limited time. We're offering listeners. A free week of one plus just go to wondering plus dot com slash exotic. You can also subscribe and listen to Joe Exotic from wondering on Apple podcasts. Spotify a wherever. You're listening right now..
"joe you" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Can't even count the days anymore. I think what the expectation was at that. Point was there would be a bandwagon effect in groups of voters who sanders had struggled with would slowly start to get on board. He'd win some more. They'd get on board some more. It's a pattern. We've seen a lot in the past south. Carolina put an abrupt and immediate hall to that if you looked at it sanders black support. In South Carolina. His number looked basically identical to four years ago. His campaign said at the end of Two Thousand Sixteen. They recognized it getting blown out among black voters in two thousand sixteen. Here's the reason. He fell three million votes bind. Hillary Clinton Nationally. They spent four years trying to address that problem trying to South Carolina. Not The disaster. It wasn't twenty sixteen. It was every bit the disaster in twenty twenty four seniors as it wasn't twenty sixteen. The entire southeast last night was every bit the disaster for him. It wasn't 2016. He has a big problem with older. Voters forty five plus especially sixty plus it. Was there in sixteen. You see every state we're looking at last night. You see the same problems until you look at this map unless that changes unless all of a sudden Bernie Sanders getting thirty forty percent. More forty fifty percent of the black vote unless suddenly after four years. He's making inroads with older voters that demographic patterns that really seem set in here given a bind delegate advantage he gets tough to find Joe Bernie Sanders need to expand his base from two thousand sixteen. Obviously and last night he lost the black vote by forty to fifty points and some of those southern states and he worked hard over the past years trying to do that. It just didn't happen last night. Mike Willie was talking about New Hampshire. And just let. Let's talk about this on a personal level. You've known Joe Biden for a very long time. I've known him for quite some time as well and anytime we're together let's just say there's never any silence talking laughing joking. But when he came on set New Hampshire the morning of the primary when his political obituaries were already being written. It was striking the first time that you would nonni. And I had known him exchanged a few pleasantries and then he just sat down and we said nothing. Because what do you say at a man's political wake and that was after all what people were calling New Hampshire and here we find ourselves you see Biden? Last night we find ourselves with one more example of Joe Biden getting knocked down pulling pulling himself back up to his feet and fighting back like hell. It's an extraordinary trade not just politically but personally and this man has done it more in his lifetime than any other politician. I've ever known well. Joe Just summed up his life and just that that brief analysis of New Hampshire his mood that day and the reaction to his candidacy. Back then in New Hampshire yes. Indeed people were writing him off. But Joe is joe he does get up off the Mat. He's done it repeatedly throughout his life and again hearkening back to South Carolina. I think one of the big things that people saw who were on the fence about Joe Given his losses in Iowa and New Hampshire was the first thing they saw quite visibly quite emotionally television which is like a national. Mri they saw humanity. And it's been missing in the Oval Office since January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they saw empathy and they saw a person that they remembered that they liked and believed in. And that's the person they saw last night and I think across the country. What happened yesterday? Joe You know this better than anybody. You've been on the ballot. Politics is a people business at its route and I think you saw hundreds and thousands of people coming out coast to Coast Democrats and one thing ruled above all they are not willing to roll the dice on the future of this country by wasting they. WanNa win they want someone who can beat Donald Trump and I think many of them feel strongly now than Joe Biden they have that candidate and and when people go and they vote. Mika. They don't calculate that most voters said that I met over my four campaigns for Congress They don't they. They don't calculate they don't go in there and try to figure out if I vote for candidates. How will that impact candidate B? They go when and it's a gut instinct. They go with their gut. Who understands me and who do I understand? Who's going to fight for me? And there's no doubt that again he didn't have money he didn't have organization he didn't have much on his side at all but he had that on the side and last night it made all the difference in the world. Many good candidates to choose from. And you can't actually get into the minds of voters but for many. I really believe it just felt like the right thing to do right now. Still to come with all the talk of money being the difference maker in politics. We'll look at how much like Bloomberg spent on Super Tuesday compared with Biden's return on investment. Hey Guys Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast. I get together with country superstar Luke combs to talk about his latest album and his meteoric rise to the top of the charts. Get it now for free wherever you download your podcasts. Few days ago the press and the pundits declared to campaign dead and then came South Carolina. They some were super choosy. Me Over the maybe over guy report. We are very much alive. Mcdonald's this campaign it will send Donald Trump packing. Wow let's bring in historian author of the soul of America and Rogers professor of the Presidency at Vanderbilt University Jon Meacham he's an NBC news and Msnbc Contributor and Joe. I think we saw a little bit of the soul of America. Well that we did. It could be an Jon Meacham. This was an historic political turnaround. First-rate drama complete with everything. Save maybe the Dewey Beats Truman Chicago Tribune Headline. What an extraordinary turnaround. In the course of three or four days when was the last time Alabama in Massachusetts agreed on anything? One way of looking at this We've been talking about my my region and the line from the Atlantic over but Minnesota Massachusetts Upper South and a deep South State It was an amazing run And I think the message was that the country is in fact both Hungary. Four and now in sight of a stabilizing force. We spent five years on this terrible constitutional. Tilt a whirl Where everybody's exhausted by a president who veers from unthinkable to unthinkable to unthinkable and vice-president Biden. Whatever is false. He is as you and micro say the most human of people Whatever whatever one can say about him. He is a genuine empathetic figure. Who is much more part of the vernacular of presidential leadership you? He is a coherent reply of the American people to say who do. We want to be president. Joe Biden is an answer that makes sense historically more so far more so than the incumbent and given the ideological philosophical positions of Senator Sanders Biden is historically the more rational choice. You can disagree with me and people would get all upset about that. But that's just a historical fact. We tend to elect people like Joe Biden more so than people who are farther to the extremes of either side. And that's been his case right. America doesn't want to revolution right. Now they want to stabilize after the trump. Here's John I want to say thinking about all of you down in Nashville after the tornado last night. Hope you guys are doing okay. I know it's been really awful for a lot of people down there including loss of life. But let's talk about the south last night more broadly because it started sort of an ACC country if you WANNA put it in sports terms. Virginia North Carolina came down through the SEC. We Got Alabama Tennessee and then win over the big twelve with Oklahoma and Texas African American. Vote obviously leading the way older voters leading the way as well for Joe Biden's wins and all those states. But can you just talking talking about Tennessee specifically if you want more broadly? What's going on in the South Right now? The move of the south. It's I think the hope of defeating president trump lies with getting and I don't know what the percentage is forgotten more about this than than I know that any of us though but you need a certain percentage of people who simply would not vote for Secretary Clinton for a variety of reasons fair or unfair to come back to the Democratic Party or Republicans who were Republicans in a pre trump world. Part of what's happening I think and this May or may not be represented the exact democratic results. Because those are they're open primaries. Those are folks voting in a specific partisan contests. But I think all of us know in terms of common sense. I know lots of people here in Tennessee who are not Liberal Democrats to say the least when I say I have conservative friends and Tennessee. That's redundant right demographically. You have to There's no other choice. And yet they have until the last ten days or so they loved the way the Dow was going They were fine with the judges. They don't like The unconstitutional Ukrainian Campaign BACKROOM DEALS. They hate the way the president speaks. They hate the way behaves but in the absence of a compelling and dare I say safe alternative. Yeah they were going to end up voting again for this Guy Biden and I know this is true in the upper South Biden. Is the one figure here who might get ten twelve fifteen percent of what I would think of as Bush McCain Romney Republicans to say I'm GonNa vote across the aisle because let's be honest? Joe Biden right now looks a lot more like a Bush McCain or a Romney than anybody else on the stage which is kind of a remarkable thing. Well he's the clearest contrast to donald trump on so many levels Jon Meacham and and to your point Biden provides an option for voters who voted for trump are a little bit disillusioned. Want an option. That would be Biden's Robert Gibbs looking at the results from last night if you're Elizabeth Warren Campaign Manager Mike Bloomberg's campaign manager. What are you saying to your candidate will. You'd have to look at the map and you'd have to look at what's happened in think. There really aren't viable paths to go forward. I mean look. Each candidate has to make their own decision. And this and I think each of the campaigns for the most part of pretty studious and not trying to push one way or the other candidates out of this race but it is really hard to see. Mike Bloomberg just wasn't viable in enough places. And I think if you look at Elizabeth Warren's campaign it's hard to win the nomination from third place. It's even more difficult if that third place happens in your own home state and so I think they're going to have some reassessing to do. They're all going to tell us that they're going to go forward until they're not and so. I think they'll be some period of reassessment and trying to figure out. Does it make sense to go forward so good question a minute? This point Jon Meacham. I mean these are candidacies that for Elizabeth. Warren was really focused on her message and there was an a moment during the campaign where things just ready to go south when she actually talked about how to pay for her programs and for. Bloomberg this whole thing was to perhaps I think against Bernie Sanders because it looked like Joe Biden was faltering. He is not faltering this morning. I think it's accurate to say. That mayor Bloomberg decided to get in During that period when Warren was surging and Biden was fading and the idea was that there was that the nominee would be too far left..
"joe you" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"Well it seems like a natural fit for you. You losing anything. No directly You know I've been talking to Mike a lot about it and Mike said he was surprised he didn't think Yuki no-fence UT WE DIDN'T GUCCI BILL. The sort of he didn't think. Dennis wanted to hear that kind of stuff like what he does like talking about. You know health and wellness nutrition stuff like that. So he's like if you can do that for the physical side right. We can do it for the for the for the mental side and so right. I just think it's something that You know I think as a dentist if I were at a meeting in there were a medical professional talking about that but sort of abstractly and just like reading textbook definitions of different diagnoses and whatnot. I'm not sure that I would read. That would resonate with me right but if somebody's a practicing dentist going through the same stuff that I go through every day and knows the stress and knows the stuff yeah sure be a little bit more receptive to the message and then again kind of like I've said before like being transparent about you know kind of I guess being an open book right yeah So I don't know we'll we'll see what this turns into Mike is helping me on a little video that I'm GonNa make descended the meeting people that I know to just let him know like. Hey I got this new thing and I think it's important. This is why it's important. You should book me at your meeting. we're getting meeting planners or people who do steady clubs or whatever listening. Joe You WanNa talk about it Let me know that'd be great? Yeah very cool. You went to wine country recently. Yeah I did I did. Tell me all about it. Buddy well My wife is looking at a second.
"joe you" Discussed on Ear Snacks
"It if I could say something to those kids I tell them that you may feel alone. She should know that you aren't and we're fighting for you so we can all be free. I think that right now like we're living to live for those kids right now because they're not getting the love that they need to. They need someone to be there for them. And I think that's one of the reasons why I I love this idea of the butterfly effect and I liked the song because it can really represent them. Clagget say one thing to kids who felt alone or the kids in detention. I would say nick that you're not alone and I would say I'm really really sorry and I'm I'm sad and I I will still be fighting finding free. You and he will always be fighting for you no matter what I think. It's important for children alone in their identity or shoulder. Present were centers at the border around the country to know that there are people who see the humanity them they are working actively in the situation there are people who want them to have the same privileges as everyone else. I want them to not have to experience the same anxieties child. How's that most people? Joe You there are people out there who want them to be free and just having that it just having someone else acknowledged that. There's something happening. Hugh that shouldn't be happening can be enough songs in fact this project like this. It's it's people it's collected strips and children communities like this who needs to be doing this work in order to show those children..
"joe you" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Look man. Having Tomorrow's Laura's world memory bath made me think about how that kind of show wouldn't really get made today. I think this is like a kind of radio full review. They made the loss tomorrow as well in two thousand and three but not back then the format of the show. I think it was beginning to become a little bit more aware of. Oh you know there might be some downsides to technology and progress and we should deal with some of those it wasn't all UPTEMPO and the future is going to be great which was when we were growing up wasn't it. I suppose it was mainly about innovation and convenience but I think you could still make a show like that but the future now how you look at the future again. This is the the this book I bought this year by John. Hague's future starts here the way that most people imagine the future now is pretty negative. And nihilistic the way that we imagine futures has now become you you kind of have to imagine as distorted the only film I can think of that hasn't done that recently. Was Tomorrow Land. And even that that was almost a diatribe about how jaundice Sunday Star imagination about the future. You know what I mean. Yeah may be stuff like guardians of the galaxy. I guess as much more farfetched vetch stuff. That's just science fiction though. I suppose you're talking about stuff. That's directly presented doesn't extrapolation of Weddings maybe you're right. I think ankle so they don't make that SORTA show anymore. They don't really make magazine shows then. They well they do to the consumer affairs show only just watchdog type just and they keep trying to having to reject the fullness to keep it interesting. People don't basically sit and talk to a camera anymore. They do if they're on boxing. Using something on well exactly they do but it's not good enough Proper Kellyanne everything has to be like a movie on TV. Now which is sometimes good. Movies are good movies. I love movies gearing smoothies. That's not one thing but I was thinking I challenge Joe. I challenged Joe. I challenged Joe. I can't say challenged challenged Joe before we met up to come up with a theme to. You're never going to be a TV present. No one of the woods. They have sentences they have to say is I challenged so I challenge Sukey to see whether she could get across London faster than me so we challenge transport to tell us why thorough. I challenge Terry to prove that. He thought that thing that he's trying to do it again. So I challenged Joe. I challenged alledged. Joe Can you challenge Anika so I challenge Anika I can do it in the present. I challenge say I challenged. I challenged Annika. Puff I challenged challenged. Joe You may run. You're on right thanks. You're on TV but the problem is you're on in the past so I challenged Joe to come with a new theme tune for tomorrow's world if it was on today yeah so would you like to go first or shall not really. Because I think I've straight straight quite a long way from the brief. Well obviously there are a certain number of ways to go with a brief and I wonder if we've both gone exactly the say very much douses douses I actually my initial idea was going and this probably would have been quite good. My initial idea was what Thom Yorke it. Oh because I'd read that saw. I heard that read that song. I listened to his song. He's circling round the drain. Yep well something. Very beautiful animated videos amazing video quite a no an. I thought that would be funny if it was just Thom Yorke complaining about how his book call of duty modern warfare and as is a four hour download before you can play it stuff like that. and He'd just be like wobbling in his slightly weird sort of coral nonsensical manner but frankly yeah. I couldn't get the sounds of garage band because one of the things he does is they find very unique. Sounds yeah there's more to it than you might WanNa not disparaging us. Yeah well talk. I don't discount that there was more to when you try and mimic it so so I went off somewhere else. So if you've talked to the brief if I think you should set the tone here have stuck to the brief though tax the questions I 'cause like in the olden days when we were on six music we had a segment. Uncalled Song was when we would often challenge each other to do songs for the show and I forgot the amount of trauma that I used to go through week-on-week con week leaving it too late. I'd only have a couple of days left until the show and then I think all T- I'll tell us a song it'll be fine go on garish band. Put a few loops together and awesome nonsense over. It'll be fine but it turned into a big psycho drama for me and they got more and more elaborate and it started to send me nuts and this is what happened this time. I just over thought it massive so I've done about school was I'm not gonNA play you all the different six I. I did various. I'm I'm not finished once you started. I'll just play the final one but it is Yeah can I hear it through headphones. Okay Yeah I'm going to activate the noise cancelling as well. ooh I'm only thirty percent battery left so this is sacrificing some trains sites okay. We got.
"joe you" Discussed on The Valleycast
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"joe you" Discussed on No Jumper
"No Jabber Kudos podcast in the world. I'm here with Lacey. AC Case I was how you doing lacy good. We're just talking about two things on the show which so far is water preferred water drainage and then also the fact that this shirt has now been washed once and I believe that it's too tight. Did you put it in the dryer. Yeah I'm just not that concerned about any particular t shirt even my own t shirt and even a t shirt like this as probably realistically worth hundreds of dollars because TJ rare jumper merge. How could it not exactly right now? I touched it so now. It's really worth much value out or what. Yeah just left the gym really Joe You and to walking up the stairs in here. That's rough right. As far we could have been on the fourth floor. This is the first four. Yeah and that's when we're talking about is like it would it would have been cheaper to be on the fourth floor and I'm kind of thinking like Holy Shit. That's a huge pain in the ass to be telling wrappers or whoever to walk four stairs but at the same time free mandated needed cardio and then kind of tight. Alvar has got to be very there is one of those cargo elevators or you have to fuck in like do at the close the door org chains and it's slow. Gosh I've been an elevator one time and I swear I don't know how many floors that draw but I thought it was going to die. Really the scariest thing was dropping. It was dropping like free falling and I was with this other girl and I was like rude. I don't know you. This is so awkward. We're GONNA die together kissing her. Donate thing streams. You know. She wasn't my type. Yeah type just fall in love with somebody if you're about to die in the elevator plane crash or whatever just start making out of the closest person it was very motherly so I kinda WanNa like holder being woman but you think your stand thing about that like if you knew the world was GonNa End Tomorrow Tomorrow. You'd probably end up just your standard for who you'd WanNa like sleep with would drop a lot if the pool was limited. That's true right. Yeah Wow so.