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"jonathan facts" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"Now. It's time for but your emails this week. Gem says i don't want to jinx it but we might be coming to the end of the pandemic. they're not many lessons have been learned. What message advice with the panel sent back in time to themselves in february twenty twenty when all. This was dancing if they could namie. I was really wouldn't come to me first. Because i hadn't really given enough thought. Probably go and spend loads of your family because you are not going to be able to see them without fearing that you're going to kill them for six months so definitely that vest in a big air conditioning unit. Because it's going to hit thirty six degrees for a few days straight in august. You haven't conditioned office current so yes so like that but Yes thankfully. I was incredibly privileged position where i was. I had room to work in a room to the one i have to watch. Tv and sleep in and things like that. So i don't wanna. I don't wanna complain too much about that little down i had. I had an amazing team who were great and wonderful as well say. I think my advice are just be around spending even more time with loved ones. Ross well buy shares in pfizer. Obviously more realistically Don't make assumptions. About what the state can and can't do. I really hacked off a listener. Who had a good go at me on twitter in pretty late february when i basically yeah some one of you are what was then maniacs. Asked me you know. Is there a chance that one day you know. We might have to lock down. I said oh no no no because it would just it would just kill the economy now. Because i had no inkling mode interesting that the state would agree to pay millions of people's wages forty definite period of that time. I had no idea that the state would be prepared to do that. In order to to ensure that lockdown was not to it was a failure of imagination. So you know so. Many things are unthinkable until they actually happened in. My case had no idea that the state could Decide that. I had to home school to basically enforce a massive lockdown. It was beyond my imagination in terms. So you don't need to wipe down the food. Did that for really. Don't get package our book. And i won't down everything. Those funny little whites eventually to us instead of toilet paper because taking take so. It's over and over wiping food. That was probably three four. Maybe up to six months of my life. I spent wiping down the transmission thing where you would swerve someone. Walking down the patriots. Have i eat. I would have. I would probably too busy. Houston information one. That will be vaccine much much sooner than everybody is saying to. This will still go on much longer. You think have now. What's crazy whenever i basically. I think it's really useful to. How would things be without a vaccine and they would be really really bad. The idea that. I remember to people just going. Yeah she probably be september twenty s wednesay without a vaccine ouseley madness understandable. Because nobody wanted to think more than like six months ahead but still just kind of like mind boggling. The sort of people thought that. And i think preparing for it to be a longer and then never adapting for longer setting tends to work. I was like this is just a very brief crisis where these really weird was. Obviously i would have made different plans. Had i known how long it would go on but that knowledge would have to be accompanied by by the way. There's going to be a vaccine because if someone said yeah it's going to go on for about a year and a half and there's to be no vaccine. I mean i don't know psychologically how i if you told me that this way we were still going to be. I just could not have done. The i couldn't think beyond weeks in terms of getting out of it would have the blow to my mental health to be too great. Yes listen not. The not knowing was was was quite useful was a really good question. Thank you jim. More like that. Please i am. That's the show. My thanks to ross. Thank you in vermont. Name me thanks very much and the extra bit for patriot. Backers gang for podcasting gold and talking about the olympics. You'll hear a quick preview after a theme song deemed as a monster by corner shops and a thanks to our latest faculties from me. To emmy powell. Jonathan patients kozlov seven. Joseph kissed file and jonathan fact of greetings. And a big. Thank you from me to matt briggs..
"jonathan facts" Discussed on The Omega Particle
"When they were doing production of card they when the episode with the rikers Michael Dorn in the visited the set and so these people are still a super closed in real life. I would not be shocked to see a wharf or laforge comeback into Picard at the same time or maybe separately but it was. It's definitely going to happen. It's just a matter of when and WHO and he even said. Burton goes into while if if Jordan did come back. This is what I would want him to do. I'd want him to be teaching and passing on the knowledge that he learned throughout his career. So those are very specific notions and ideas. That he wants so wouldn't surprise me if it's already in the works However sad news the have been doing although writing cards season two but they haven't actually gone into shooting and they were planning to do it this summer but it's been pushed back to Kobe. Nineteen for safety reasons and I completely agree with that. It's just it's a bummer. Because there may be some big gaps between Picard season one and hopefully discovery season three comes out on time but this is hard to say because of the safety issues with Kobe. Nineteen and social distancing however it is nice to see maybe we'll get some Burton action in the future speaking of Kovic. Nineteen kind of wrecking everything. We're going to start out with some a little bit bad news in rapid with some good news as we finish this relaxed fit episode is that. I'm sure you've probably already heard but comic con. San Diego has officially been canceled. He was originally going to be for the weekend of July. Twenty third through the twenty six and in a I mean I I agree with shutting things down I know that seems super far out but to have that thousands and thousands of people from all over the world is a smart concept. And if you're angry about that I mean it's it's for the greater good and trust me. Nobody understands cancellations more than me personally. I'm a marathon runner and it's very difficult to plan for a marathon. Because you have to have at least three or four months of training all these cancellations of come out and it's like wow. I've just wasted the last three or four months for nothing and I'm registered for the Chicago Marathon. The beginning of October and then one called the Marine Corps Marathon at the end of October. And everybody's gas because it's like they're probably going to be canceled. Should I even begin training? I understand cancellations and how frustrating they can be and then you lose a bunch of money on plane tickets and hotels but there is a little bit of good news out of this. Is that the Convention Center that they've been using for the San Diego. Comic Con has actually been turned into temporary hospital in slash cove in nineteen testing area. So I think that's an amazing use of those resources instead of remaining empty and it's frustrating. But you have to think the quicker we can beat this the quicker we can get back to normal so. I know it's frustrating some bad news. However here's a little bit of good news and to help again kind of in the same vein as the cocktails with Kate is that there are a lot of new streaming services that are coming out with this watch. Party APPS and watch party capabilities one of them is from paramount and they will be holding live virtual screenings of Star Trek to wrath of Con. The closest one will be April twenty fifth through an APP called. Cya Live not cover here. It's called Cya. Live and I think you can pay a dollar ninety nine to be a part of this live streaming and it seems a little much but they are bringing in two special guest host. They are the host of the inglorious experts Whose names are mark. Altman and Darren door chairman and they will be doing a intro to the movie and they're doing a QA afterwards but the cool thing about Cya live is that you can talk and communicate throughout the movie with the guest and then with whoever's involved while watching the movie so it's a cool concept at kind of in the same vein as the Netflix. Watch party. No you haven't heard of this. It's a chrome extension. The netflix came out with that. If you're on a desktop or laptop you can share specific code. Your friends and you can watch Netflix together. In this kind of private room where you can chat and talk about which. I think is totally cool and I need to do that. Because there's so many good Star Trek episodes that I can watch with some of my friends so I encourage people to do that. He doesn't have to be Star Trek but try to watch party together. I thought about doing that something on like an instagram live. Kinda just held the social distancing and maybe not have people seem so far apart and alone so you can do that on net flicks however Amazon prime is starting to work with twitch. Now I've never used twitch before because I'm not a huge Gamer. But they're trying to work out. Some Dior Amazon prime members can use the twitch software to have the same thing. Have the same watch party. Nothing's been announced yet. I think it's still in Beta testing. So if you WANNA be a tester for that I would definitely go to twitch DOT TV if your name is on. Prime member go to their main prime website and see what can be done but but circle back around go to see. Why live two dollars a ticket to watch that wrath? Akon live with those podcasting guys and there are other streaming cons that people are starting to come up with like I think cameo did on April eighteenth they did this massive iconic characters virtual panel and it had of course had Jonathan Facts. And so they had a lot of by common characters. Show up so I don't know if you can go online and watch that. I think it's for Free Cameo but upcoming is that on April twenty fifth and May Second. There is a kind of a virtual. They're calling it a hollow Khan and it's through the lambda quadrant podcasting network. They're going to have special guests. Nicole Day Bauer. She Played Dax on designed for the season. I think it's a neat idea to kind of check in and even though we have to be distant physically doesn't mean we can still interact and attend these quote unquote virtual COMECON panels. So definitely check them out like I said it's on Twenty Fifth April twenty fifth of May second through the Lambda quadrant. So I think that's all the news we're gonNA cover today but let's wrap up this episode and move on. I'm under if I can come cheer up but I still had to find something new in this one for you to recall your wars Freeman. Who so free as of the waves always ready steady boys any real five. I'm recalling out again so I'm in the middle of researching and getting ready for Borg Three while I can't believe it's already been to other episodes and in that episode we'll cover The main meat of all board history mets the twenty fourth century as well as the heavy hitters Captain Picard and Captain Janeway. The main two captains. I've interacted with the board more than anyone as well as a little bit of Cisco he doesn't have a lot but we'll just throw it in there because it fits neatly snugly in that twenty four th century once again if you guys WanNa debate or one comment on the show. Please hit me up at Omega Particle podcast on Instagram. Or you can email me at Omega Particle podcast Edgy. Jimoh DOT COM. Feel free to reach out. It's not like we have anything to do. Our lifestyles are super busy right now. Just WanNa say thank you for listening and tuning has only been a blast. We'll get back and I can't wait to cover our conclusion of the Borg series. Now remember second sort of the right straight onto morning.
"jonathan facts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At all when I go to a stage and see female release vehicles stage managers and I'll be honest usually the top heads of security of the biggest bands are females multi tasking is not easy and organization is not easy and that's a particular skill that comes you know from what I think the problem is from the beginning you need to have better skills better tools of opportunities obviously strength and our sisterly pushed love and support for each other but it does come from the ground up but when you're up you can certainly help make those opportunities whiter and and kind of politician to those problems one thing I guess that I learned early on in my career doesn't matter how many times you fall it's getting up and how you get up that makes the difference takes hard work tears commitments no frustrations a lot of also you know tears of joy but it is possible generally yes is the CEO and founder of criteria entertainment and a felony here's a song by one of our artists yeah Monday electric it's called follow through with it that's it for today you know USA is produced by me in my CS Maggie Freeling Tennessee mocha and with help from G. month were edited by from and the comedy ness of yet but he said our engineers are stuff beau and Julie Caruso our production manager is that they are New York women's foundation exact fellow is then that would be a guess and this week we say a phone good bye tore outgoing interns Lucas southern and John I think of good luck in your next endeavors we will miss you and Jonathan fact checking my Lila Turner our theme music was composed by saying never we know if you like the music you heard on this episode stop and let you know.
"jonathan facts" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Donate. You'll have the right way street to an organization or a charity, you can just get me something. There you go. It'll be like a bridal registry. It'll be your birthday. Exactly my birthday nice idea. We're not planning on doing good for humanity. I I'm in favor of good for humanity. You don't like humanity am anti gay. All right. Let's do this thing. We've got Jonathan Watson here to compete nobody. Look over this way, it is. Elon Musk's birthday today? He's the fancy car guy. Oh, yeah. Someday, someday. One of his cars will be affordable for a regular person right now. It's just super rich people to buy the tesla. So you and Ireland. No, not I'm driving a Mazda. All right. Here we go. This is just factor fiction. Jonathan welcome to the show, by the way. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Number one, Henry Ford started his first motor vehicle company in eighteen ninety nine it was called the Detroit automobile company is that fact or is that fiction. Greg facts. Greg, says fact, Brian fiction fiction Jonathan Watson fact. Jonathan watson. And Greg are on the board. It is an absolute fact. Eighteen ninety-nine good job for heaven. The United States is home to around a third of all. All the cars in the world. Is that fact or is that fiction? Go start with Brian fiction fiction. Greg fiction fiction. Jonathan fact, it is not a fact. I'm sorry. It's the home to about a quarter of the car is in the world. That's update bird is a gigantic number pick number. All right. Number three, and eggs can repair an engines, leaky radiator, an egg can repair. An engines, leaky radiator start with you. Jonathan factor fiction, fixing fiction, Brian. I'm not trying that about, I'll say fact, but I'm still not trying back, Greg. Yeah. I think it's a fact it's weird. It is a fact, you can drop an egg in a, leaky radiator and it'll all congealed and it will stop the leak sound like a good idea. Good temporary fix learning mechanics. Others at a good idea to work. It works works. A lot of stuff duct tape works, apparently what else can I drop in my radiator? It's a lot of stuff works. There you have it. All right. My takeaway put anything you want in your radiator. It's fine Nissan. Leaf is the top selling electric car in the world, the Nissan leaf top-selling electric car in the world. Start with you Greg fiction fiction. Brian fiction fiction Jonathan fixing. I'm sorry. That is a fact, the Nissan leeann leaf ille- the best-selling electric car. The world number five Chevy invented the three point seat belt as we know it today Chevy invented the three point seat belt as we know it today. Jonathan. That's a fixing, that's a fiction. I agree fiction Brian's fiction. Greg is fiction. It is fiction. It was invented by Volvo invented the seat belts weeds number six the inventor of cruise control was blind. The inventor of cruise control was blind. Is that fact or is that fiction start with Brian that would make sense? Fat. Brian fact, Greg, I'm gonna say fiction, Greg says fiction Jonathan seems to fixing inside the say, fact fact, it is the inventor of cruise control was blind. And the last one is worth two and a half Jonathan your within striking distance so you get to go last. Okay. Using the vehicle's heater uses up more gas. I've always heard this using the vehicle's heater uses up more gas. Is that fact or is that fiction, Greg than his fiction for sure fiction? Greg says fiction. Brian, I will also say fiction fiction and Jonathan you gotta go the other way, really. It's fixing. It is fiction. The integrity of the game. This is the way heard is the a c it uses more gas Jonathan. You know what you win. Anyway. Thank you give that Manson. L. A F C tickets. Good job. We got more fasttrack coming up in two minutes..
"jonathan facts" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The most popular health insurance program in the country. But an only applies the people sixty five years of age or older all that. I wanna do is expand Medicare over a four year period to cover every man woman in child in this country. But to do that you would eliminate private health insurance and four basic needs. Yes. So what do you say to the firefighter in Iowa who has a health plan that they like what I would say is that if you want a better program a more comprehensive program with no deductibles with no. Oh payments with no premiums, which will cost your family. Let's support Medicare for all. But there are some trade offs people going to be able to see the doctor can you guarantee make that guarantee absolutely vomited. You'd be able to keep your doctor. Absolutely. Look the truth is right now, you may have an insurance plan that the doctor you really like is not on that network. What if everybody wants to see Dr Sanders here in Des Moines, and there's people that does the same problem? Offs though. Right. But if you have a popular doctor right now on the current policy. It may take you a while to get in there, but under Medicare for all freedom of choice with the doctors with the hustle substantially lower prescription from we cannot defend Jonathan fact, we cannot sustain a system in which the cost of healthcare continues the saw. So we have more economic numbers came out this week jobless rate hits a fifty year low unemployment is down for the first time in a while. We're actually seeing wage growth Donald Trump the one area that he has a solid approval rating on his handling of the economy. Fifty six percent does does President Trump deserves some credit for the fact that the economy, I'm sure my multiple measure seems to be doing quite well. The economy is doing welcome. And I'm sure I don't have to give Trump any credit. I'm sure he will take all the credit that he wants. But we should also note is that what we're looking at is a ten year rebound from the Wall Street crash of two thousand eight I do not believe that Trump's massive tax breaks for billionaires is the cause of the economy. But when you talk about going Konami and following me around here in the morning talk to the workers will make eight nine dollars an hour. What ten dollars an hour? The truth is that half of the people in this country today despite the good economy living paycheck to paycheck and millions of people are working two or three jobs just to put food on the table. So under your economic plan who pays more taxes. I mean, obviously, the billionaires millionaires, but who else a set up different policies. But basically when you have the top one percent in America. Owning more wealth than the bottom ninety two percents when the very very rich becoming phenomenally richer and doing incredibly, well when you have companies like Amazon Amazon paid in taxes last owned by the wealthiest guy in the world pays zero in federal income taxes. That's insane. So yes, we'll pay more bays is going to pay more. But who else where where do you draw the line? There's somebody making one hundred thousand dollar family making a hundred thousand dollars a year, pay more. For example, we are going to expand benefits on social security, and we're going to do that by raising taxes lifting the cap on people making two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, we're certainly going to raise corporate taxes and do with these tax havens with the wealthy and large corporations, especially that money in the Cayman Islands. So look at a time of massive income and wealth inequality where the average American worker today. This is incredible is making a few cents an hour more than he or she did forty three years ago while the people on top doing incredibly, well, yeah, we're gonna ask the people. I've talked to stuff. But where we have multiple it depends on what you look we have a corporate tax, and we'll work on it. We have a personal income tax. But at the end of the day, we cannot continue this grotesque level of income and wealth inequality there currently exists last time around you said that you were the only candidate in the race willing to take on the billionaire class. Is that true? Now, I think Elizabeth Warren is very good Senator. Got my views different than Elizabeth on this issue. But she's a certainly progressive candidate. Why are you a better choice for progressive than Elizabeth Warren? Well, I'll let the vote is. You're going to have to deal with. Not.