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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"On all right so jordan. Do you feel like you have a solid understanding of this. Actually yeah now. I think i think i get it like i wasn't expecting to honestly i came into this like this is going to be a difficult conversation for me with a lot of words that i don't understand but i think yeah. I think i've learned the concept of shorting. I know what that is not into it. And yeah i get. I get kind of the the narrative of what has happened it so far. I mean you know. It could have changed the people here this. Because that's the nature of podcasts. And these things moving very quickly but Yeah i think i get it. That's a relief to me. I feel i feel quite accomplished. you are accomplished. I didn't win any money off a game stop stock but you know the the pride from this. Podcast is is is better but yeah one thing. This story has me thinking about a lot is how tech is impacting. Our lives faster than we can explain. It's everyone right like we spent all this time here walking through all of this. Not everyone is going to take the thirty minutes or so to listen to a podcast or read a bunch of articles so a grasp situation mission have to you know like a lot of work to do but people should listen to focus your you have to listen to our but the problem. Is that the people that should have to keep on top of it. And i don't know if this is a problem you have in the uk but like lawmakers should be on top of this but we have lawmakers they're either too old or too in different. They barely know the first thing about the technology that they have to regulate or nor do they care enough. About how the markets work for regular people. Yeah i mean that's a familiar story across in the uk. As well as. I like the people making the laws they know enough about tech to understand how people are using it and part of that is because you know most lawmakers are a certain kind of age background etc but also part of it is. The technology moves really quickly and this unique moment in history where things are changing and happening much faster than they previously could and it's difficult to keep up. Yeah yeah and and. The apparatus of government is very slow. It takes a long time for for decisions to happen and in that time the decision could be obsolete. It is very hard to learn about this stuff. You shouldn't have to sometimes but sometimes you do and that's why you should listen to our podcast. I mean what kind of preaching to the choir hair By virtue of the fact that this is the podcast. Everybody's hearing this is already listening. But i guess thank you listeners. Who've made it through this explanation of the stock market along with me We appreciate you just and you know don't take investing advice from dot com can continue to invest all my money and turnips is a studio seventy-one original podcast and a spoke media production. It's hosted by me. Josh rivera and jordan erika weber at j. m. rivera zero two on twitter and jordan weber dot com our producer. Honey has mendoza cody. Hof markle congenial kastner with help from trade jones and clay him. This episode was mixed by will short our executive producer steven perlstein andrew sealy for studios seventy one and elliott's how the colon and keith reynolds spoke media especial. Thanks to matthew goal. Check out his podcast angry planet. Wherever you get your podcasts and jason kepler both from vice if you want to follow us on social media we're at wild wild tech pod. Thanks for listening. Yeah i mean if you want to respond to that go further so we haven't got the dun dun dun. What more do we need buy. Low sell high..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"I love talking to both gretchen and david a lot. They were very fun and generous interviews. Is this something that you have to remind yourself to be conscious of right to be sort of like very sanguine about like changes in language that you're not familiar with or slang mitch. Not aware of like. I mentioned up top and i never really defined it. What is poke as me. So basically it's the name of a twitter bat is just pepe. The frog making like a surprised expression paper the frogs very loaded. Image right now Politically in the united states. Unfortunately and and strangely because it's so odd but the frog is making the surprise expression that comes from another him out one of the earliest called pod champ were a streamer is making the same surprise expression and funny thing pug trump does not exist switch anymore as of like yesterday when we're recording this because the streamer that amount is based on kind of a virulent conspiracy theorist who no one wants to associate with anymore so a problematic image of a problematic person. Yes which then was cartoon with a problematic cartoon but yeah it helps when you know where things come from definitely worth doing your research. One thing i've learned from. Cc dent Who does dictionary corner on. Countdown here in the uk is that it can be very difficult to trace the origins of certain words that are from you know decades and centuries ago but one good thing about the internet slang is that as you've just demonstrated you can literally kind of comb back over the archived examples of things to find the original use of the word an detailed story of how it came to be which is really interesting. It's also possible to not trace phrases back far enough and to use them sort of like insensitively or just In an offensive way every part of language like everything else that you can cross online comes from somewhere and usually it's best to understand that in history as best as he possibly can before he would adopt anything yourself. Yeah there's definitely a lot of slang that comes from places that you might not realize that are actually really offensive. It's good to know about that kind of stuff. Like i'm not saying you have to go and look up the word in vocabulary and the dictionary to check that it's okay because let's face it. If you speak english probably not but yeah go and check out. Check out the allergist by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. A lot and with slang especially especially i guess new ish like maybe do a little bit of background research before you start throwing that word around everywhere. Do you find yourself. Adopting a different sort of like posture. When you talk online. Because like because i will probably speak in a way like now with my friends in person that i wouldn't necessarily speak online. It's not that. I'm like throwing slurs around or anything like that. It's it's more like you know. I have like idioms that i use that. You know some of which. I'm legitimately trying to to not use anymore like crazy. Where just sort of like. That's their people advocating for that word to be sort of like filtered out because it's it's able word that's probably a poor example because like i guess the the hope is eventually i'll just stop saying that word but like i'm sure there are ones that are like less offensive but like maybe our regional in ways that don't travel you know. Yeah so. I don't know about using words that i am trying not to use offline versus online. I definitely feel like. I have an online voice that i don't use what i speak with my friends. Like the way. I tweet is probably not the way i talk but i have been making a conscious effort to not use the word crazy like outrageous or whatever dino what word i used instead of crazy it's usually a wild wild and that's how the podcast and that's how this episode end up be like it's wild next time on wild tech. We'll talk about sex pots. Wild wild tech is stood here seventy-one original podcast and a spoke media production. It's hosted by me. Josh rivera and jordan erika weber. You can find at jam. Rivera zero two on twitter and at jordan weather dot com. Our producers cody markle and kastner with help from as mendoza and trade jones. This episode was mixed by will short are executive producers steven perlstein arecelor for studio seventy one and letaba colin and keith reynolds spoke media special. Thanks to our guest. David crystal and gretchen nikolic. If you wanna follow us on social media or at wild wild tech pod. Thanks for listening. He's welsh welsh care very..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"Tech. I'm ordinary weber. And i'm josh rivera we've been hearing about bots that people are using to automate some or all of the online shopping experience to get hold of monde products like police stations and graphics cards but since these boats are tailor made for specific purpose joshua wonders if retailers should be able to deal with them fairly easily just by changing a bit of website code to pull the rug out from their robotic feet and i asked patrick about this website sometimes changing their product pages on purpose then to circumvent these boats. Oh absolutely and it's the case that you know your walmarts targets in amazon's are just less prepared because they don't have instances nearly as often when you have these mass rushes for a single product in the sneaker community nike especially is incredibly difficult to run box for because they are just so used to doing this sneaker culture which originated with people standing in line waiting for shoes at person stores that still happens but then migrated to an online culture where folks are trying to buy a very limited release of a very specific shoe that would never be available again and so they found ways to how do i get to the front of the line because often there lying to stand in you just went to the website and hoped you were in line but there was actually no way to know services like ticketmaster and other concert tickets. Tributaries have come up with q systems. You can sometimes know where you are in a line but really these cultures developed these technologies because it gave them a sense of. Here's where i am. Maybe i'm a little bit ahead of someone else and these websites and these. These shoe manufacturers in response to all of this then had to develop countermeasures and find ways to try and make it more equitable and fair. So that even some bots made it through the average person who was putting in the effort and paying attention also might have a chance to get the shoe to yeah for short so i tend to think of.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Turn up the sand. Hugh Jackman doing sympathy for the devil. This is two thousand seven. Phil. Now that I see this, I say I wanNA. See the rest. Love you check. Musical. This it's it's not a full musical able is like a draw, an an evening, Rama which but they would do musical nine people bursting into song I kind of wish they would do it in real life especially Hugh Jackman. Yeah he's a great performer. Wow. So that just tanked they won season. Two episodes five on aired. That's sad. It exists there probably more hugh, Jackman musical numbers out there. That are just like like the like the Ark of government covenant like nailed inside a crate and in some warehouse where we'll never be seen again that's just shameful. Let's Let's take a tiny teeny weeny break a little timeout and continue on with the show with your picks of the week boy and girl. Would you be surprised if scientists are learning how to fight covid nineteen from well bullcrap. What if I told you that I could spoil almost any movie based on who uses an iphone? The cute animal crossing virtual world has turned into a capitalist. That people are spending tons of real money on. Did you know that Disney apparently has a preoccupation with butts? Well, that's wild wild tech, the podcast that brings you the wildest bizarre the most interesting stories about tech and how it's shaping our culture while tech is hosted by Jordan Erika Weber that's me on me, Josh Rivera, and every week will uncover this stories in pop culture tech.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"I don't think. Okay. What is it for? First of all I've never met anyone my age was like, yeah I'm a lobbyist you know what I mean. So I was like, all right that's intriguing like how do you even get into that and also like what are you being for this go like so many different directions right yup sure can. and. She's like well, my boyfriend and I. We campaign with Rand Paul and I was like interesting way like current boyfriend. Yeah. Exactly. and not in noted that kind of this is cool with everyone way like she did not reveal this on the APP. Oh Man. What upsetting to find out about somebody because like I'm sure for some of these people completely divorce it in their mind it's my job I am different job but for other people like myself, you can't do that. Yeah. I. Have No idea what I would have done in her position and apparently had date then started sharing her photos of herself with different Republican politicians and she was like you know we were all this is my boyfriend and I told him about you. It was like, wow, I mean that's so nice that you told him about me and not like vice versa but I guess you're too busy hanging out with Jeff sessions. Yeah. Cool to meet you but you can go back to suppressing voting rights. We didn't even all the names in here. There are other names in this story that we did not include. Say like the fact that I mean a yes all the Republicans but also the fact that she had a boyfriend that she didn't tell her about as well like alert of the women that I spoke to said, one of the worst things about using dating APPs as a lesbian is that you still can't avoid men. Lena Our New York Times writer familiar brought this up on pretty much every dating out. It's possible for men to just claim that they like heterosexual cisgender men to claim that they're women so that they can get into the lesbian dating pool I. Don't understand the logic behind that according to Elizabeth men were even an issue for the lesbian lines happened from the seventies full of the waiter I, mean, I. Haven't a single villa's that didn't get any kind of abusive goals man. Straight men be better. That's what I'm what I'm going to put out there. In the universe I'm going to use my authority as a podcast host to mandate. That straight man behave better. From the desk of Josh, Rivera Weld, Co host, I can definitely see why women would shy away from dating APPs. Right so why Tiktok instead as Lena tells, it comes down to what Tiktok does. Best. For one thing the content itself I think on Tiktok you know not only do you see someone in a more realistic way as you see them like moving around probably their bedroom? You also get to see how they're interacting with things that you might be interested in. Yeah. It's less of a presentation about yourself and more of a place to be yourself I think and that's probably much more appealing. Yeah and Megan mentioned this earlier when she said tiktok feels more personable than a dating profile and the the other reason that Lena gives for why Tiktok his better than traditional dating apps is to do with talks most impressive feature. So this algorithm that figures out exactly what kind of content you like and serves it up for you when I think about being a lesbian interacting with most dating APPs, it sort of feels like you're standing on the outside of this bubble and. You're watching things sort of come at you right from within the bubble and you don't necessarily know what you're going to get next but on a platform like Tiktok, you're much more in control of what you're curing because the platform is so attuned to your taste I feel like there is much more at least an illusion of much more control over a feed like tiktok whereas tinder you just kinda getting served up what you get served up. Obviously, Tiktok didn't exist when I was seventeen, but I was closeted living in Florida and if I had had my own little lesbian Narnia to escape to whenever I felt a little overwhelmed by it would made a huge difference lesbian non yeh such a great. That sounds idyllic right. So naturally, the next logical step was to get our dating. APP. Horror Story Talla K. to give it a try. That's next after this. 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Comes talk the very first thing is just like a gigantic pair of bosoms as a George Martin would say, so we left her to it sending her on her way to take it as far as she wanted hey, definitely will look around because like I said I, mean, I've never downloaded it before. So it's kind of interesting to see what the what the fuss is all about we were even able to pass on. Some advice from Molina to give the experiment a little more direction. So here's how it went. So I took I took the email advice from our produces via Lena and went on a trolling expedition in the relationship or go friend application. Yes. Girlfriend application who Yeah it was highly entertaining. Also super interesting. That was not what I was expecting I mean the youths these days, guys like they are full of some tricks. Like like had like yeller next level there is some serious creativity happening. The kids are off future as you can probably tell a definitely found that take talk and this community in particular had a lot to offer some of them are actually genuinely funny like there was this one girl who had a do vague cover and she was like this is my girlfriend application and it was like a hurling trying to get. Like into the Duvet cover and she was like this, I needed girlfriend and it was like bat is funny. I could also use help there. Yeah can anyone manage that on their own? One thing we should point out there is that K. found that a lot of the people on Tiktok do Bagel included were quite young really young you know but Meghan, who told us how she found her girlfriend through the APP thinks that that might change with time I. Think tic is like any other social media APP in that? There is always usually the younger generation that holds onto it and then guess what the years go by everyone follows. Do.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"Not Come back to Wildwood tech I'm Jordan Erika Weber and I'm Josh Rivera and each week we're bringing you to the intersection of pop culture and technology and sharing the fascinating stories that have impacted the world around us. So before we get into this I, have my own copyright infringement confession. But I was maybe twelve years old by school held a music composition competition challenging us to write a melody for the lyrics to an unfamiliar Christmas Carol Exempt. I was a music nerd and I had been in this choir where we'd Sung a bunch of unfamiliar Christmas carols including the one they assigned to us. So I just copied not melody and used it as my entry. I actually think I came in Second You came in second and just because he just knew obscure Christmas Carol. It pays off to be a nerd. But it's a good thing I didn't try and sell it because that is some pretty cut and dried copyright infringement at the reason. I, bring it up is because I think it's important to stress that musicians don't have to be miscreants like me to get in trouble for this. They don't have to copy another song on Purpose Sa- keeping my mind Joshua pretend for a moment that you are not a writer and podcast or extraordinaire, but instead a singer songwriter a not one who played rises. After several months of hard work, you have come out with a new single that you think people are going to love and they do be gotta hater another musician who here's your song and thanks it sounds a lot like there's from a few years back and they sue, how do you feel nervous because being sued is expensive. And you're not alone our favorite pop stars are scared of expensive copyright lawsuits and two guys want to save them from that fair with an ambitious project called all the music, a database of melodies or created with an algorithm. I suspect one of them who we will meet shortly. But before that we need.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"What. It, will I genuinely genuinely believed that one day? No matter what we'll have answers to everything we need and it will be. Okay. And you're not gonNA suffer forever. Lost forever. Ended set. Out The bad stuff. Not good stuff nothing. So No. Would you be surprised if scientists are learning how to fight covid nineteen from world of warcraft soon, as you see that both go out as the gets disease? They have to run away from the group really fast. What if I told you that I could spoil almost any movie based on who uses an iphone? The first guideline is that the user is a good guy, says that various specifically, the cute animal crossing virtual world has turned into a capitalist nightmare that people spending tons of real money on like i. took literally all the money. I had put it in the stock market and then went on twitter and like typed in turnips, and then refreshed over and over again. Found a good island price that I could do it. Did you know that Disney apparently has a preoccupation with butts I'm fine with? Pretty pro button general. Really struggling to develop a strong opinion about butts for you and I don't have one. Well that's wild tech, the podcast that brings you the wildest most bizarre, the most interesting stories about tech and how it's shaping our culture. Wildwood tech is hosted by Jordan Erika. Weber. That's me Josh, Rivera. Will uncover infamous stories in pop culture and Tech. I'm. We'll learn from the experts and talk to the people who lived through these winds stories like when the to computer programmers decided to create an ai that made billions of melodies, just to disrupt the world of Copyright Law. But when they made steph curry, so good in NBA Two K., it broke the game or the time when you know what you should just listen subscribe to wild tech for free on apple podcasts spotify or whatever you get your poke costs..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

"Would. You be surprised if scientists are learning how to fight covid nineteen from wildeboer crop soon as you see that both go out as soon as the person gets disease. They have to run away from the group really fast. What if I told you I could spoil almost any movie based on who uses an iphone. The first guideline is that the user is a good guy says that just various specifically, the cute animal crossing virtual world has turned into a capitalist nightmare that people spending tons of real money on like I literally all the money I had put it in the stock market and then went on twitter and like typed in turnips and then refreshed over and over again. Found a good island price that I could do it. Did you know that Disney apparently has preoccupation with butts? I'm fine with pretty pro button general really struggling to develop a strong opinion about but for you and I don't have one. Well, that's wild tech, the podcast that brings you the wildest most bizarre, the most interesting stories about tech and how it's shaping our culture while tech is hosted by Jordan Erika Weber. That's me me Josh Rivera on every week will uncover infamous stories in pop culture and tech, and we'll lend from the experts and talk to the people who lived through these woods stories. Like when the to computer programmers decided to create an ai that made billions of melodies, just to rep the world of Copyright Law. But when they made steph curry so good in NBA Two K. it broke the game or the time when you know what you should just listen subscribe to Wildwood Tech for free on apple podcasts spotify or wherever you get your costs..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now good news on the six point five W. D. B. O. got some nice weather working right now but a chill with the error for this evening updates on the overnight forecast in just a couple of minutes our top story an Orlando man wanted for kidnapping his ex girlfriend at gun point is still on the run this hour all of this happened before two AM the victim told police that thirty three year old Josh Rivera entered her Deltona home choked her and led her to his car armed with an HK forty seven Rivera then forced the woman to drive she finally escape to notified pollution seminal county deputies but Rivera is still out there so anyone with tips is encouraged to call crime line or nine one one Brandon Hogan news ninety six point five W. DDO ninety six point five W. D. B. O. where Orlando turns first for breaking news the sun continues to shine bright this afternoon with temperatures on the cool side overnight clearing cold from channel line I would this news a meteorologist the center creamy clear of any radio news ninety six one five W. D. V. O. interactive weather radar sunny sixty three in Orlando stages of life of Dr David Klein begins a just a couple of minutes Super Bowl fifty four will have some special guests this evening ABC's T. J. Holmes is in Miami as part of the NFL's one hundredth year celebration of professional football for one hundred year old military veterans including Tuskegee airmen colonel Charles McGee will flip the coin to start the game kickoff at six thirty you can hear the game tonight on Orlando's ESPN five eighty U. S. is taking action starting at five PM to keep the corona virus from spreading citizen returning to the United States who has been in who bay province in the previous fourteen days will be subject to up to fourteen days of mandatory quarantine as health and Human Services secretary Alex as ari says there are mandatory quarantines for U. S. citizens who visited China in the last fourteen days so far the government is reporting eight confirmed cases a man has been shot dead in south London by armed officers and was being treated at this stage as terrorist related one witness a nineteen year old student says he was crossing the street when a man with a machete and what he describes as silver canisters on his chest was being chased by an individual says the man with a large knife was then shot ambulances.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is news ninety six point five W. E. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now twelve o'clock news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. we're starting to warm up this afternoon head of the Super Bowl in Miami first of all do this our it's our top story law enforcers say an Orlando man wanted for kidnapping his ex girlfriend at gun point is still on the run all of this happened before two AM the victim told police that thirty three year old Josh Rivera entered her Deltona home choked her and led her to his car armed with an HK forty seven Rivera then forced the woman to drive she finally escape to notify volution seminal county deputies but Rivera is still out there so anyone with tips is encouraged to call crime line or nine one one Brandon Hogan news ninety six point five W. TVO news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather it's going to be sunny and cool today with a high of sixty seven degrees and we'll keep it cold again tonight from channel nine Eyewitness News a meteorologist Kissinger creamy and if all clear of any rain on news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. interactive weather radar we've got that sunshine right now fifty eight in Orlando a man has been shot dead in south London by armed officers and what's being treated as this stage as terrorist related this is Superbowl Sunday is also Raheem Mostert day in new Smyrna beach twenty seven year old burst onto the scene of the NFC championship game this story has become an inspiration to Betty also there's been cut six times before carrying the forty Niners to the big game my situation I just like that as opportunity no matter where you know I'm give I'm being able to to go out here and do what I love and I try not to look at it as a negative thing more so positive the forty Niners in the jeep set to kick off at six tonight in Miami winter coming to a close of paksa.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

13:02 min | 1 year ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"Interesting story that he wouldn't you won't you tell share so Cecilia has been working on this story for cocoon for months I believe it's this investigation she did about niantic for games to have this much information about our day to day lives and that we were talking about on the show before it's something I have mixed feelings about even though I played those games but I also go through weeks at a time where don't play them at all because I feel mad at them and then I'll start playing again so interesting for me personally to read this article and think about that again and do specific things there and I creep Seattle of it right one and every time there's a data breach at one of these companies well it's all well and good if they want to sit on my data very tactic could then they get hacked and suddenly someone just has all your location information for the past knows what time of day go to CVs knows what I'm saying article yet but I will definitely read it because it looks like a quite a quite a piece of work in very good work by CECELIA's I'll check it out our next thing to talk about did go circle back to this blizzard China situation and we talked about some last week we had Josh Rivera to talk about it we covered some various various angles on it. I guess there've been some laments the story since then that we should I guess mentioned and then I had to just a couple of extra thoughts on it shared developments I so okay let me see if I can remember them allowed was trying to keep his prize money but they're still suspending him I believe are half the time instead of just wrote an article right before we started recording about there was some college students who held up a sign protesting at a hearth Stone College Tournament and they've also been reprimanded by blizzard in some way so there have been banned for six months yeah vice early this morning there've been a few sort of rumblings where also people are organizing some protests ablaze Kahn which hasn't happened yet and we covered those early efforts where people want got to be protesting these things in planning to I it's it's an ongoing story I'm sure that tomorrow yeah this episode comes out something else will happen that we are including here but because it it's in the news it's continuing the story continuous yeah that does seem likely that that something new will happen by the time people listening to this from owner reported it yeah a couple of thoughts as I had so one was there was a thought that came to me as I was editing the episode last week when I was listening back to basically what I said so my take on it last week and this guy what is he basically yeah listener did he emailed the very thoughtful email being like you know there was this one thing that you didn't quite say that I was expecting you to say and wished you had and I feel the same way into it I got I walked all the way up to it and then didn't say it so basically I was talking about how this is not exactly a free speech issue because this is blizzards right to do as uh whatever they want which is kind of the cover that this provides blizzard at least in terms of you know they have this policy and they can enforce it how they want because they're a private company but the thing that I didn't fully articulate that is extremely true is that this is absolutely a free speech issue because another country and authoritarian country is imposing their own free speech restrictions on American citizens via pressure on blizzard in this case and that I think is a really worthwhile thing to point out because that is one hundred people have pointed out you know ever since this happened the thing with the NBA as well and all these other companies that's like the big flashing subtext it's like that's the overarching narrative here basic raise that lied doing business with with China all these different ways a bunch of companies are now subject to China's rules instead of America's rules and non-chinese citizens are being the same thing it's pretty fucked up in worrying so this although it's also true as you pointed out that blizzard and other companies that are capitulating in this are saying that they're doing it to appeal to Chinese audiences who have a sort of cultural interest and are are told by other people like you know feel a certain way about Hong Kong and you know companies that are trying to cater to those audiences might be like well we don't want him address this controversial issue because we want to appeal to me conservative Chinese viewers who maybe don't WanNa hear about these things and our Houston not hearing about it in the entertainment that they consume because that's just how things are so that commit is shakier because it's like a free speech issue but it's also the way that blizzard and like a League of Legends East Sports is also like that statement last week that is a similar situation where they're like we're just not going to talk about politics on our broadcast because we wanna make sure to include everyone and talk politics can alienate people and I don't know it's this conversation is really driven me a little nuts because I'm also like okay but the worst case scenario here like people keep being like well we don't want eastwards players to be coming out here and being like go trump like yeah okay sure we all agree that'd be annoying but like people do that in sports interviews people talk about what they think that's a thing that we allow people to do here in America is say their political views even if they are are not great and obviously people suffer for that sometimes they call on Kapernick did his career softened but like we do actually allow people to talk about politics in many contexts here it is a thing that's okay and if east ports can't do that that's sad to me it no matter what the reason is so yeah I think so I've been doing a lot of sort of broader basically wondering why China is reacting by the Chinese government is reacting the way that they are and trained to tease out a couple of reasons which I think is an interesting read people should check it out something that I've thought about a little bit is there are these different points of interaction with China that these three that like they're kind of these three axes take this on there's an apple there's the NBA and there's blizzard and they're all a little bit different like apple their production is in China so China has a ton of leveraged for them because so many apple devices are made in China so the Chinese government wants to say the apple hey you know in in the case of apple it was APP that people were using in Hong Kong a police too so they could know where to not go and a lot of it it sounds to me like was I don't want to go somewhere and get accidentally teargassed and it wasn't you know I think there was this they were trying to portray it as of the people using this launched coordinated attacks on police it sounds to me at least like that's not the case but apple this APP from the APP store actually put it back then again I think is what happened because they capitulated twice and that's the point of leverage that the Chinese government has over them in the case of the NBA it's a little different right it's that the what then be really popular in China and lots and lots of people watch the games and they pulled all of those you know all the broadcast so that's a really different kind of pressure you're in a different relationship that the NBA has China they're not exactly like you know they're all the players for the NBA aren't coming from China and so now they have to consider if we don't you know WanNa if we make China matter we won't have anymore players it's not that direct of a connection it's more action with the people like you're talking about the video game is interesting because in the case of blizzard and in the case of epic Games which it hasn't come up yet and I believe in the case of riot right right is what owned by ten son is that right I think our Senate but yeah so Chinese companies actually buying video game companies are buying into them so then it's like you're on the board and that's an even that's another different relationship all of this I think and I read I think it was a foreign monje article in the New York Times about this just there there was this belief that America and the Internet would democratize China if it went in and authoritarian like information controlling free speech quelling regime would not be able to stand up to the power of the Internet and apparently that unfortunately has not turned out to be the case and it's the other way around and they're like exporting this stuff too us and that has been at least the overarching sort of take away that I've gotten from this which is worrying makes me think that these companies have a responsibility to actually really live their values and if it means taking a financial hit to do the at least to embody the values that they profess you know blizzard has these values of of allowing people to speak and being inclusive if you're working with the government that doesn't embody those values you've maybe have to stop if you if those values actually mean anything to you yeah that's kind of the conflict point that it seems like it's at right now yeah that's true I just one more thing is that a lot of eastwards views are Chinese views like I've done a ton of research on this back in the compete days and worrying about audiences I would say also a factor for blizzard and riot sure sure even epic for any sport be in the way then that sense I would say they are quite similar to the NBA just like in a way that maybe he sports could pat yourselves on the back for like they have they finally have a very similar crisis to other supports in the sense that they now have to worry about Chinese audiences in the same way the NBA has over this I I do I mean we talked about ten cent last week and I think that's still a factor but I also think that these statements being like we're worried about alienating this is I don't know that that's entirely lie I still think it's cowardly and that people should be able to say what they think on broadcast but that's just that's that's just thing I think in general I think people should be allowed to say what they think but that's a reason at least by on some level that that's the reason desert might be making this choice and might feel like they can't sacrifice the views of more conservative Chinese viewers would want enjoy these streams. Yeah I should I would say yeah each of those axes is there's a lot of overlap with me I'm not saying you're ashes is exclusively the one thing there's definitely overlap and apple is about Chinese customers as you like but it's also about these audiences and it's also about these other financial things and there's many other reasons to do it besides this authoritarian government forcing us to do it quote unquote can you can you can kind of get around it but that's also what's troubling about it as well anyway it's a whole thing so we'll we'll say to you and I'm sure we'll be talking about it for many weeks to come that the latest though and then the last thing figured we should at least mention as this fortnight black hole situation that happened is you're probably up on this I've been following it kind of loosely interesting it's awesome but what's the what's the what's our night just went down for an entire day a day that happen they have coverage for Kentucky's zone Riley McLeod because he could you know cover this absurd thing that has people who even don't play for talking about fortnight and things it's very gimmicky but it appears to have been a gimmick that works really well and was entertaining to cover so sometimes sometimes they're all right I guess so basically people were playing in the whole game sucked into a black hole and then you were just floating in outer space down to that happening there's been elaborate countdown people just thought it was going to be like the end of.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"Is basically like mandatory time off after you report, something like that, like especially if you're a reporter covering a school shooting or something you actually go out there and talk to the parents of kids were murdered. And then like it's like you don't have a choice. You just have to take a couple days offered. You know, maybe some counseling so working that in and finding a way to support people in that this whole conversation. This was something I thought of when we were talking about before, when we first talked about Josh Rivera's article this made me think also about some Casey Newton reporting that I'd seen at the verge about Facebook's contract, moderators, which was similar thing, and this sort of invisible, labor force at Facebook contract workers who are on contract salaries so not paid that well, and their whole job is to just moderate content. So they're just looking at like murder videos from, you know, war zones and stuff. And also just horrible harassment and horrible things all day everyday. That's just what they do. I care there was some horrible term even for the rooms where they work. I can't remember what it was now. Something like them meet factory or the slaughterhouse or. Something. And man, I think I just saw that Facebook increased wages for all of their contract, employees, something like that. They were forced to. But that kind of work is an increasing kind of work that more and more people are doing and I guess it is. It's nice that more people are talking about it, and just to hear more about a personally in about discussion of unions is becoming more and more of a thing culturally across industries, like, obviously, it's more of a discussion in journalism. But I think it's you know it's leaked out to the rest of the tech sector says your games. So like the idea of having those protections and being like you have to give people vacations and you have to, like, make sure that they know what mental health professionals are covered under their insurance. Like those are the kinds of things that unions, can at least pressure, an employer into doing or strongly encourage an employer to do. Yeah. It's, it's interesting. It's like an aspect of unions, that we don't always think about I talked about this. The Michael pollen book how to change your mind that I finished in a big running through line of that book, which is about psychedelic research, and a lot of that is like, research into dealing with trauma and addiction. And how he. He comes back to this again. And again, with so many mental health professionals will basically say, we don't know what we're doing. We're, we're not really like achieving outcomes lead..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"And they're like, well, we need to have this story beat so whenever and it's part of tracking down this government group in China figure out like what they did with her. And if they know her fate, and then the other story is deacon and his best friend boozer who is injured early in the game and his name is boozer. Yes, it was boozer every time. I hear it. I think of Carlos boozer who is this NBA player for a long time. And that's the only time I've heard that name. But yeah, this guy is boozer and he gets hurt early on. And then there's Longland question of like how how can you save him and help them out and rescue him and UNM always talk about writing north in is that ever going to happen, and those storylines have like kinda grabbed me I wouldn't say I texted Kirk while I was gone as like. I haven't even thought about this game the entire time. I've been here like had any desire to go back to it, which is kind of a bad sign. I think so I guess I'm not really gripped by the story. And I'm trying to think of like, I'm definitely going to play more. But I'm still trying to decide if I'm playing more out of obliga- shin because I wanna see it through and talk about it on the podcast or because they actually want to finish it. And I think it's the former even those fun. It's fun. But not that's the thing. Like, it is totally inoffensive as video game. Like that's actually that sounds like really damning with faint. It's cool. It's and there is there really have at it though. Like this hordes are amazing, and you can play the is against one another in cool ways. And it's a little rough. But I bet they'll patch it, and they have plans for more content. It's it's neat. I like that. I think people who motorcycles will really like it. It's very motorcycle. Heavy like, it's not the biker thing is is built into the game. As a lot of customization than cool stuff with your motorcycle. Like, I'm not in the motorcycles. But I could see that being cool. It's got a lot going for it. It's it's really like an appealing game in a lot of ways. It's just I for unfairly or fairly hold it up against the other open world PS four games like horizon, which sort of came out at a similar time of year, and is similar in some ways than I I liked that game grabbed me much more thoroughly much more quickly though, I will be interested to read reviews of it. I think is Josh Rivera's reviewing he's beaten. Yeah. Yeah. So look for reading his review and just hearing from people who finish the whole thing because I don't even really have a sense of how big is. So I really do. Qualify. Everything I've said on the road is that it's based on ten hours of play. That's like my initial impressions. But I don't wanna make too many sweeping state. I've been talking to Paul Joshua added a lot today. So I already kind of know Paul being our video person kind of know, what those reviews are going to say. And I guess the Lardy be up by the time. This episode comes out, and it's it's pretty similar to what you guys are. So catches that. It's a video game. It doesn't it doesn't sound like it really blows your mind. So that's kind of bad that I don't know. Whether you guys will decide that you think it's worth playing the entire game or not. But phase. Stay night and make sure you get this one or I don't know. We'll Sony set the bar pretty high. Exactly. Yeah. It's so one one thought I had was that one of the things that is keeping me interested is that unlike horizon, and those other open world games that you were mentioning ERC, it feels a lot more like your resources, are limited you have to scrap and care about every single thing and and use those bandages wisely..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"And the father is like an industrialist type, and you go in and you have to go find ways to kill them and their million different things, you can try and they're a ton of different things you can discover and weapons and missions. And man, so we don't have to talk too much about this game. Is it possible to talk too much about hitman? I would have not I know. I know it's it's one of your favorite games ever. But after playing it last night and really jumping into it and giving it a proper chance I understand the appeal. I still wanna give it some more time before I commit to loving it as much as you do. But I totally understand may appeal because it gives you this this sandbox in this suite of tools and lets you just like really learned this map and take on all these crazy. Changes in really interesting ways. So my question for you. So one of the big things about him. And is that it's like it's all about you got all these points for doing things the right way coat. Right. So like you're going around your seeking around. You don't want bodies to get discovered because you might lose points. You don't want to kill people who aren't the targets because you might lose points. You want to do as many things in interesting ways as possible because you get more and more points and feels like it's game firing this. But is there actually a reason to earn all these points is that the type of thing where like you as the player have to challenge yourself to hit all these challenges? And it's just kind of like, a completion est thing. Is there any sort of pay off or like hitting points like get like, or is it all just like the impetus for playing entirely on the player, or is there a game provided reason to be doing all of this? There is a game prevented reason it's actually really brilliantly scaffolding designed this is something I kind of laid out in my room. View of hitman twenty sixteen which I do. Yeah. I still think you should go back and play through all those those missions are great. And you know, if you get the original game, you can play them in the sequel, which is also really nice. So the way that it works, basically is this. This also dovetails with how I played the game. Which is I start out really following the rules. I'm very meticulous player. I try to get silent assassin on every board, which is pretty easy because there are those semi scripted opportunities that turn up if you turn on all the guides, and it tells you about the opportunities it's almost like you don't even have to do anything. They just tells you, you know, go and. You just give point. Yeah. It only gives you too much information. Go find a wrench, and then it shows, you the way point. Exactly, yes. That's if you just want that. And that's kind of what I was saying we talked about as if you just turn those on you could play the whole game in like two hours or something three hours and feel like well that wasn't that cool. Why does room like these games? So I always turn off those things to begin with the those opportunity notifiers like you still hear them and your handler will say over the radio sometimes like oh, forty seven, you know, going to go do this thing. And then you just have to figure out how to do it, which is very fun. I was reading recently. Josh Rivera Roseling for G Q, and he described hitman as walking around and finding small stories and figuring out when to insert yourself into them, which I think is a fun way to think of those opportunities. There are these little mini narratives going on. And you just say, okay, whenever you hear someone, you know that said something you can interact with so that's kind of the basic way to play each level. And then there are a bunch of those. So you can do them all in each one gets you points, and it raises your level mastery. Just for that. The reason to do that is that as you raise your level master, you get more and more possibilities for the level. So you start to unlock new starting points, which is really helpful. You can get a starting point where you're already in. You know, kind of on a good level. You know, you're maybe in the security guard costume up on an upper level of the expo centers..

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"josh rivera" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on No Agenda

"Hello lamented not yet is story board he just being a key being in of being a ping ping just being it oh a who yeah yeah yeah have a young i'm going to be a look at the other being a good parka yeah the i'd bills sterrenberg david musty o jill lorentz i don't know any of these oregon do on the ldl elston josh rivera i lean rivers as anyone we know sandra tori griggs arroyo no no no but i know here we go i'll let me just read the suit headline bull trump's lows ever hit rock bottom here's the lead at president who'd all but call a senator all hor he's unfit to clean toilets in obama's presidential library or to shine george w bush's shoes whoa that right they're just says it all with his latest tweet clearly implying clearly implying that a united lake that a united at your mining outer that the united states senator would trade sexual favors for campaign cash president trump has shown he is not fit for office iraq bottom is no impediment for a president who can always find room for a new lou can i ask it interesting logical question sure if trump is such a dish beg sleaze ball whitney he he have taken the opportunity to get a blow job from her i'm thinking he might have yeah well i don't think he did because i don't think that's what this implies corsica dozens he would have taken the blow job as an bitch about it.

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"josh rivera" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"josh rivera" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Two eight two two eight eight two hickson calls here on whatever you got forming richard in los angeles and rush one bosh oh thank you thank you so much for taking my call look to sex an you know thank you well okay i do join some eighteen years on the planet and i'm always as far as i can remember i've always noted that the you should have been backing the democrats forever wentz with what's happening with with so mr and what is happening with the carrier and with the word the winningest i'm going to come on and realize smith the whole people have their backs in that gonna so it's a fourth them it's it's interesting the union i did see comments at the can find a fear here on the fly but there has been so yeah i'm through the we have been able to secure additional you a w for josh rivera can workers according to you a vice president jimmy settles this is in a press release the men women of flat rock assembly have shown a great criminal many factoring etc etc so yeah so the union's are least all union i should say lotta fun unions for a lot of things union boss the vice president here of the you a w so i know this is a good thing and yeah i will say we'll see how this actually shakes out but it leader probably thing over the union's is her so you got a separate private in public sector unions because really where that with the democrats got a lot of their support now is the public sector unions and that's just because then government becomes a self looking ice cream come out right you've got you know the public school teachers spend together are the donations go to the democrat candidate the democrat candidate fountains up there pensions and move you know does everything you can to make it is attractive as possible or get as many perks in benefits as possible too the teachers unions it and an on an on a colors right and this is true oliver for public's after you consider out there and even at the at the dongle viewing is the very beginning it even people.

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