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200 Dollars to Glory: Starting and Expanding a Bar. - burst 02
"We got some bottles coming out this that are some pretty heavy hitters yes some really highly allocated bottles One for sure that. I know on that i'm looking for. I don't think i've ever been able to see this out in the wild anywhere. But that blatant bo. Twenty two year Coming out in april. It's going to be a nice hard to find but if you can get your hands on one is going to be about that. You definitely want to add to your collection. I've seen people do reviews on it. They've had nothing but positive things to say about it. And i just kind of scared of the price tag. I don't know exactly what the price tag on it is. I'm not gonna throw a bunch of rumors out there. But i know what's up there Another one that you can be looking for in april Old fitzgerald's releasing their spring. Twenty twenty one to kanter. I think this one was an eight year. Yes so this is going to be an eight-year bottled in bond bourbon. You're going to be hard pressed to find this one as well So also in april. You're looking at blood. Oaths annual release. Pack seven this year Last year's was finished in cognac barrels. This year i don't do it. Does anyone know the finish on that. By chance Kimball can look that up for not mistaken. it was. i can't pronounce a madera madera. Almost one hundred percent. Sure and i'm i'm may be completely wrong. I know the label is just a beautiful baby. Blue yes so high. I love the color blue health campbell's wearing a blue shirt. I like that shirt gamble. So you were talking about the Price tag for blaine. Twenty two yes Soften yay sau. T. e. r. in es casks. I'm guessing saw yeah. I don't know how to pronounce it. So let's see again sought as you. T. e. r. n. e. s. We're also from southern indiana. So far pronunciations are absolutely terrible. Y'all don't understand what we're going through around here. Please forgive sweet white wine. From the small town of salter tornay in the bordeaux region of france so definitely saw tornay or saw. Turn me a white wine. That's going to be an interesting one but by to the blatant is. Is this the last of the blatant bo. Twenty two year. Because aren't they discontinued doing in bo. Twenty two. I haven't read anything yet. just keep stay tuned to us. We'll we'll do some research and will either put it up on our facebook page or we'll lie included in a future episode
McCollum, Blazers hold off short-handed Heat, 125-122
"The trailblazers came away with the one twenty five one twenty two win over the heat out Damian Lillard's three free throws in the final seconds CJ McCollum had twenty one of his thirty five points in the first quarter for Portland which got twenty two points from lower and twenty from Carmelo Anthony enes Kanter also had a productive game providing eighteen point two sixteen boards both teams had eleven runs in the fourth quarter and had eight ties or lead changes in the final one forty four bam Adebayo and Tyler hero each had twenty nine points for Miami I'm Dave Ferrie
Microsoft Exploring $10B Acquisition of Gamer Chat App Discord
"I sources began to report late yesterday. That discord was exploring a sale of itself seeking evaluation of ten billion dollars or so then bloomberg reported that it was microsoft was in advanced stages of negotiations to maybe by discord for about that exact ten billion dollar target range but also that discord is maybe more likely to just go public and test the waters itself quoting bloomberg. Actually you'll note there tempering. Their initial reporting here a bit quote discord has been talking to potential buyers and software. Giant microsoft is in the running but no deal is imminent said the people who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private discord is more likely to go public than sell itself. One person said representatives for microsoft and discord declined to comment venturebeat reported earlier on monday. That discord was engaged in sales tax microsoft. Which last year sought to buy social media app tiktok and held talks to acquire. Pinterest has been shopping for assets that would provide access to thriving communities of users. According to people familiar with the company's thinking microsoft's xbox business has also been expanding the suite of subscription perks. It provides as part of its game pass offering microsoft shares. Were up about one point. Two percent in the first minutes of trading tuesday quote microsoft possibly acquiring discord makes a lot of sense as it continues to reshape. Its gaming business. More towards software and services said bloomberg intelligence analyst. Matthew kanter men. There's a big opportunity to bundle discord premium nitro into the game. Pass service to drive more. Subscriptions from last reported number of eighteen million and quote after microsoft's recent seven and a half billion dollar purchase of xeni. Max media owner of the elder scrolls and doom publisher bethesda software and acquisition of discord with signal the redmond washington-based software giants willingness to keep investing in its video game unit and quote. Yeah integrating discord deeply into xbox stuff does make a ton of sense. Although i think they could make an exclusive wall off discord as something that you can only get if you do x. box but also the larger narrative here is that microsoft keeps trying to acquire social networks. Tick tock pinterest. And i keep hearing that one of the motivations for that is to get them all on a juror is that they've invested so heavily to build out this cloud infrastructure that they need big projects to justify their existence. That was always what i heard about google getting into cloud gaming but can this be true. Can someone smarter than me. Explain the economics behind that theory but also discord apparently runs on top of google cloud. So i guess there is value in kicking one leg of the stool out from under your rival right. Maybe google cloud is so far behind and week that its rivals. Maybe think they can strangle it in the crib
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Candles with Louis Hotchkiss
"Has been like the most hotly anticipated episode for a long time because we are very big. Candle aficionados and our an our listeners are as well i have to ask you. How did you become the candle man. well for me Well thank you for having me first of all i'm really excited about this also I think it was until you guys contacted me. I didn't realize that i was an expert at anything. And then i had to think about it for a while but i started making candles and Kind of By accident We had started a product line Added started to do pretty well and We decided to add some candles to its fragrance items to it and that started to do very well and i asked a friend to make them for me and The friend was met was at that time. He was a key manufacturer of candles for estee lauder And our line started to take off pretty well for him and one day he came to me and he said hey louis. I've got some bad news. I have a project. That's probably gonna take me seven months to complete. So i won't be able to pull your candles anymore and so i said oh. Wow you know. What am i going to do here. And i asked him. What am i going to do. His name was jose was a an originally from italy and he said well. Why don't you come down to my place every day for like the next month and we will make all these candles together. And i'll teach you everything i know. So every drive to his place. We'd make our candles. I'd make the st lauder candles and it turned out to be fantastic experience I realized that at lunch every day. It's okay it's time to take a break and we would go into his kitchen in the place and we make pasta. Have a glass of wine. Finish it up with an espresso and a piece of chocolate. And i thought well i could get into this making. I want to hang out with the catch career scratch. That's how i kind of got into it and then we started to. He taught me a certain technique Added some of our own Personality to that and it just kind of took off from there and never stopped making candles since we have not stop making candles since this year will probably make for half a million candles. Oh my god and this is both for your own line kobo and also for brands which we cannot name because they don't want people to know not that bad but you know you are like let's say i am. You know insert famous brand here. They're not making their like. If i'm a big brand and i don't even use one because i don't want to mislead people but they don't necessarily make their own candles. They go to an expert. Who makes the best candles in the world. you know. So they'll go to you and you'll make their candles. That is correct. That is okay. Got most of the main candle brand's in the world. Don't actually make their own candles. What that's i have to say. That is really confusing. And i realize you're not gonna like namedrop. But why won't some of these big catamarans make thrown kanter. That's super confusing to me. I get like a fashion brand. Might not because it's like wide away. They want to put millions of dollars until like making a candle. That's going to sit at their cashier point and be like oh we also have this scandal you know but why would a big fat candle brand not make their own candles. Probably because the but most of their efforts into marketing and manufacturing is a whole nother process which requires a lot of energy and a lot of attention and a lot of the brands have developed through marketing campaigns so they might manufacture other products. They've they've probably do They might have some body care that they include in their line and they don't necessarily have the expertise or the energy to create all of these different areas for themselves. Got god is it safe to say making a candles way. More complicated than like mixing up a body lotion There's definitely different elements. Because you've got heat involved you've got you've got All these different vessels than different times so for example for us. Each different vessel requires the different wick. So you've you've probably you've probably had some candles that That you don't burn all the way to the to the ends of the glass for example. Yeah oh we're gonna get to some of those questions area in the different size. You've got the different. You've got the height the width the materials. The fragrance you have all those elements in In lotions as well lotions can be complicated as well. Because you have preservatives systems That you're putting into lotions. Also so i wouldn't say that It's much more complicated but It takes a lot more time to manufacture. Candle
DRAGONFLY: Person of Interest
"Once in a lifetime you meet someone who changes everything. Call it coincidence. Destiny or fate. But when rose mcgowan met brett kanter she felt an instant connection with him. Although the relationship was cut short by tragedy rose never forgot breath and he continued to hold a special place in her heart. She remembers the initial kindness. He showed her and always remained hopeful that one day she would help solve his murder. The opportunity presented itself when she met future. La police chief. William bratton in early two thousand. We spoke with rose via foam to learn more about brett's final days and how she persuaded. Lapd take another look at his cold case in two thousand six rose. Please take me back to the first day that you met. The first day was that i met. Brett kanter was really the first night i met brett cantu which seems very fitting. I was actually at an after our. It was in hollywood and i believe it was on vine street and i was with my sister and i managed to escape a couple of times from kind of being held in a strange situation. As you mentioned in one of the previous episodes by my then boyfriend so time i managed to escape and kinda live the life of someone who is young. I was nineteen or about to turn. Nineteen and i didn't smoke so i never really knew what to do with myself and i. I don't really never drank very much. So i was sitting on a bench inside of the after hours and color set and blonde ahead kind of bops towards me ablaze down on the bench across my lap. Looks up at me and says you're going to go out with me. But i am going to take a nap And we did. Oh well not like. How would you describe if someone were to ask you his patently. Were you also said you mentioned that. There's a a line about him in in a previous episode. Was i wrote this in my book. Brave and i call them the pied piper of people. I've never really seen anything like it. And i was coming out of a period of right in the eating disorder. And so i didn't speak very much. In fact the first date i had to fret asked my sister to come along so she could speak for me charming but he still likes anyway and it wasn't like living with someone not but it was really a boyfriend girlfriend. Relationship is kind of strange semi hostage thing by you. Know with just kind of rain bova. Person i'd never known anybody that knew so many people until later when cliff. His brother brett was just really like magnetic. And yeah these incredible blue eyes and it was just funny. He wasn't like oh. This little skinny guy was skinny. Chicken legs long. Shorts is like not that. I had a tight but i wouldn't have thought it him. He's just so brash. But in a really non noxious way any. Listen i wanna telling you my story and telling him how no treated and and he cared and Like you also say in another episode. He didn't really have people or temporal girls. I guess and maybe as others you know pays no friends but he didn't really socialize at his apartment.
Best of: When Americas in Crisis, You Cant Find a Canning Jar
"We know even though many of us are having much smaller holiday gatherings this year than in any other. You probably still cook too much as you. Search your stash of mismatch tupperware containers to store leftover turkey and apple pie. Listen back this surprising episode about shortages of another kind of container altogether. I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flower in yeast. As the weather cools they set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes mason jars those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickles sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball and brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike in sales of these old products. Newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar. Merchant told cnn. She saw customer start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars and litz it's waiting on the equivalent of a ten year supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit us porch shutdown. Making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic has also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes or zucchini. That can come from one. productive plant. Knows there's no way you can eat all of that produce before it goes bad. People also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods in the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation. That includes reusing canning. Discs can increase the risk of botulism a rare but serious illness. They can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Newell brand said it has increased. Glass production found additional lid manufacturers and take another measure to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon to find the jars and lids they need but horrors have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote. Great canning shortage of nineteen seventy-five had worried home. Kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and then president gerald ford a series of hearings determined that live makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious canning pickle. The
How food delivery changed in 2020
"Know the way we eat food the way we deliver food the way we get food chain so radically in twenty twenty once the pandemic and so many restaurants and move to a takeout only policy and so many grocery stores. We didn't want to go in. we wanted to take. We not take out but we wanted to have our groceries delivered so many changes this year. Jeremiah alley yang. Who's an analyst with colegio insights says that historically shoppers have been slower to adopt online purchases of groceries compared to categories like tech and apparel but the pandemic change that grocery shopping in the us jumped a hundred and ten percent in daily online sales in april just after the pandemic hit and he says that only pandemic could have spurred such a rapid adoption of e commerce in the grocery category. I talked to a bunch of people recently for this article in usa. Today about how people are coping and dealing with getting their food. I talked to anna anna gurney. Who's a professor at the university of mass in amherst. Where even there at town of like forty thousand people whole foods was delivering initially. Initially you would take like a week to get the order in but as of last week you could get your stuff within two hours. alex cantor. Who is the ceo of or a firm that assists restaurants with online ordering tells me that what it was expected to happen over. The next ten years with a growth in online thing actually happened in a few months. The hallway that consumers interact with restaurants has fundamentally changed. He's been advocating that. Many restaurants will be operating in smaller venues but with bigger kitchens too because so many people have gotten so comfortable clicking buttons on their phones and using delivery apps like doordash uber eats postmates to bring the food home. Now researcher incisive predicts the digital sales will make up more than half or fifty four percent of all restaurant sales by twenty twenty five and as you know walking down the street and seeing your local restaurant is a very sad thing right now because over one hundred thousand restaurants have closed since the pandemic. And who knows what's gonna happen over the next few months. Alex kanter whose family owns the iconic. Canter's deli in los angeles sauce thirty five percent of its revenues from delivery before the pandemic a number that's now grown to one hundred percent with restaurant operandi twenty four hour basis serving mostly delivery orders. You can also drop in the door and pick up stuff in person. Post pandemic kenner believes that people will return to inside dining but not like before business. Travel will never be the same. He says there will never be a lunch. Rush from office workers again because so many people won't be returning to offices meanwhile our friend and amherst an-and gurney says the despite the growing pains while she plans to return to restaurants post pandemic she sticking with online food delivery it saves time. It's very efficient and it's reliable.
Google Podcasts app gets RSS feed support
"The google podcasts app on android. Ios and the web is now an actual podcasts app. Because from today supports subscribing by rss feeds which means it now works with all members. Only podcast feeds. Which is a good thing if you're developer. We've got the link for you as a direct way to subscribe your listeners. To rss feed our faq has more information. You'll find both of those things in our show notes and our newsletter. Today the feature now also allows us to offer google podcasts patterns for all shows even if they're not listed as one example we've linked you to them missing crypto queen at brilliant show from the bbc which blocks google from listing. Its podcasts friendly. Social marketing platform tone den have added pod. Link says simple landing page for your podcast complete with analytics casted. A podcast platform built for b. two b. marketers. Scene is revenue quadruple in. Its second year. They say stream guys average two major update to their podcast platform asks you recast version four better. editing tools. In new automation capabilities spotify have published their twenty twenty podcast hall of fame. It's a podcast playlist with hand. Picked episodes showing the best of twenty twenty. You can expect reply all ninety nine percent invisible w t.f. Called her daddy resistance and plenty more but curious absence of anything from joe rogan landscaped and podcasting are growing together says mitt roll who've posted a case study into the men's grooming products more than forty shows on mineral have run campaigns with manscaping a few months ago called news published a story about manscaping looking for a new podcast to sponsor. Congratulations to the who. And how clamp now proudly sponsored by manscaping so excited. They've done a special dedicated show. They tell us. It's all thanks to that post on part news and they tell us that they're promo code. Is who how twenty to save twenty percent which is a bit shameless. If you're on vacation in london for two weeks big ben is a must see but if you live in london you can visit the iconic clock tower at anytime which ends up meaning never could rank fence. That big ben problem highlighted in before breakfast time management podcasts from iheart radio talking about making time for the adventures that are close by in point of fact. The ben is the name of the bell tower which is called the elizabeth tower or at least it was called that in twenty four thousand simply called the clock tower not since teachings tower. That's a different tower in any case the tower if not. The clock is covered in scaffolding in a moment. So even if you could get to london it's probably not worth it. You should go and see design museum instead if you ask me but anyway. The point of all of this is that it's one of the one hundred great podcasts recommended by the begnaud collective willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter. And how not to travel returns for a second series from studio or kanter. It's the covid nineteen edition exploring the many ways in which travellers and industry people have adapted to year without travel.
"kanter" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Hello hello this is reality of reality. I'm elise arose in a longtime tv producer and development executive every week on the podcast. I talked to interesting people in all aspects of unscripted content. Okay so before introduced my guests. I wanted to talk a little bit about what. I've been watching this week and i have watched a lot finally got to really binge over the thanksgiving break. It was so great to relax and just watch tv. So let's start in no particular order. The undoing finale. Oh god hated. It hated it. I enjoyed the series. Even though it was kind of dumb. I really enjoyed. It couldn't wait to see what the twists would be the whodunit and boy was i mad and disappointed so in case you still haven't seen it. Sorry for the spoiler. But i'm at least not saying how it ended but i don't even know if i recommend it i'm i was. I was resentful that i that i put all my eggs in that basket. I watched very keep movie on. Hulu call the holiday. Sorry called the happiest season. It's like a queer romcom which we don't get off and that was really cute. I watched a teacher which is a series on hulu with kate. Mara who boy. It's kinda lifetime movie esque but also really good and addictive. So i'm in on a teacher. I finally watched casual season. And a half of casual on hulu. I really was on a hulu. Binge I never saw casual and i always wanted to so i finally got into it. I really am enjoying it. And i'll probably make that bench last wire because it's four seasons. And lastly i watched the john belushi doc on showtime which i enjoyed it was really good. I recommend it especially if you're into sort of snl in those early days. Okay so now to my podcast guests. Sarah and miriam cantor. Who are also my first cousins. I have had them before. We are very close. We're like sisters who talk and text all the time about everything really but especially about pop culture. We are obsessed with the crown's. I've talked about before on the podcast and because it's based on real events and we love the royals. We dove into season for the most recent Series on netflix. If you haven't seen the crown. I've said this before. Highly recommend it and please enjoy my chat with the cousins well here. We are reunited again the cousins. Sarah kanter mariam kanter. Welcome back to the podcast cousins. Thank you listen back by popular demand by us. Whatever and the family. And don't forget my mom. And i think mary has a few to enjoy it right. Oh yeah they do shot..
Another Pandemic Shortage Creates Canning Chaos
"I they bought up all the toilet paper then. They came for the flour and yeast. As the weather cools. They set their sights on fire pits and patio heaters. The latest pandemic shortage is a little more obscure mason jars. Yes in charge those squat glass canning jars with a screw neck tops. They're used by folks who make pickle sauces preserves and other homemade delicacies. In more recent years they've also become popular with everyone from crafters to hipster bars newell brands manufacturers many of the most popular types of mason jars including ball incur brands and while the company has been relatively mum on the spike. In sales of these old-timey products newell is having trouble meeting demand. So his rival anchor hocking glass which makes similar lines of canning jars marie bragg who owns an online canning jar retailer called the mason jar merchant told. Cnn she saw customers start clamoring for canning jars and supplies back in mid august. That hasn't let up a spokesperson for ohio hardware company. Layman's told the washington post that canning supply. Sales are up six hundred percent over last year. The company's having trouble getting jars in lit it's waiting on the equivalent of ten years supply of canning products from some vendors. The report said there are a few factors contributing to the shortage. I while mason style. Canning jars and screw tops can be reused. The metal disks that create an airtight seal can only be used once. So when demand surged the discs. Were the first items to sell out. A shortage of glass is also complicating things before the pandemic imported glass was hit with tariffs increasing. The cost then when the pandemic hit. Us port shutdown making it tougher to get glass at all. The pittsburgh post gazette found the pandemic is also contributed to the shortage in other ways. Bread calls it the sour dough. Two point zero with more time on their hands during the pandemic people planet bigger gardens and anyone who's ever seen the sheer volume of tomatoes zucchini. That can come from one. Productive plan knows. There's no way you can eat all of that produce. Before it goes bad people also have more time to spend in the kitchen cooking up all of those canned goods. In the meantime government. Officials are worried. That cantor's may resort to unsafe methods of food preservation that includes reusing canning jar discs which can increase the risk of botulism rare but serious illness that can be found in food. That's not properly preserved in a statement to cnn. Numeral brand said it has increased glass production found additional manufacturers and take other measures to replenish stock. No word from anchor. Hocking home cantors are turning to marketplaces like ebay and amazon. To find the jars and leads. They need but hoarders have moved in jacking up prices the last time the us face such a canning supply shortage. Congress got involved the quote great canning shortage of nineteen seventy five had worried home kanter's demanding answers from congressional representatives and president. Gerald ford a series of hearings determined that lid makers weren't colluding to price gouge. Instead they were facing a material shortage an unanticipated spike in home canning similar to current circumstances. There's no indication that the current shortage will go in front of congress this time around but perhaps it's nice to know that the nation can show bipartisan support to solve something like a serious candy jar. Pick
Danny Ainge's Celtics Conundrum
"The logical question though, and he got into this a lot with Bob and we got his thoughts. But obviously I want yours as well. You know, there are only so many options really that Danny Ainge has because of just the economic setup of this month. Stir, you know, it's very top-heavy salary cap wise young guys, you know, you can all right fine. So you don't bring back like an enes Kanter not a young guy but a cheap guy, you know, that's that's not going to give you all that much flexibility back. So it's really do you want to trade Marcus Smart, which I don't think anybody wants to do or do you want to move off of Gordon Hayward in some way shape or form now? He has the power which is often for that 34 + million dollars next year or he could opt out do what everyone thought was going to happen with Al Horford last year, which is re-signed him, you know more years lower aav average wage will value or you know option three is obviously you trade the guy. I don't think there's a scenario in which he just hops out and doesn't return I don't believe that anyway coming off the injury, maybe if he had had a bought a strong healthy season and great playoff run sure, but that wasn't the reality. So it's it's kind of a b and c with Gordon, but you know Brown who has just resigned isn't going anywhere. Tatum's going to get his contract cambuslang. In anywhere, so it's sort of adjusts, you know, your your salary cap position as a results to Hayward or you kind of bring back everybody and you just look to cherry-pick some depth off that balance like you're talking about right or or is there something I'm missing? Yeah. No, I mean and that's the other part of it is in you mentioned Caden pretty extensively Jaylen Brown has also shown he can be foundational second piece that goes he's turning twenty-four I think in like two weeks to have another player like that who and let's face it. The Celtics are pretty fortunate like the wage and they gave him he would Be worth a little more right now. She was going into like restricted free agency. So in addition to those guys being pieces you hope and assume they're both going to get them like camber is what can build which is, you know, an All-Star starters really good. Obviously your concerns about his knee. Hopefully that there's up but with Tatum and Jaylen there's still some there's still a level there. You think if you're if you're a self extension you hope so maybe that's what it takes to kind of get over the hump and you talk about Hayward. Obviously, I know fans are kind of disenchanted with them. He's had some just brutal block really like it's not like these injuries you suffering because he's like frail or like, you know, like just just brutal brutal luck. But off this year when he was healthy like last year when he was healthy. He was still not himself. It was clear this year when he was healthy looked really good. He was one of the best players and I think it was encouraging birth. You there aren't a lot of Gordon hayward's out there. We talked about like moving off of Gordon Hayward like he's back and playing like he's capable. That's a pretty big asset to have particularly. If you're putting them alongside our guys like Jason jail and who were still on their uptrend?
"kanter" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"kanter" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"That and his canter is a hero. That, he's being unfairly persecuted and prosecuted here in Turkey had you spot It's funny that you said that people think he's a hero. I'm surprised that. Americans thinks that way because. I'm sure Americans will be also upset. If had a terrorist leader. who had up could attempt in their country and they will still be. Supportive of him. This is the heart of the matter Turkey. This is the defining story of Turkey in the twenty, first century. The relationship and the dissolution of the alliance between haired wanted coolant and Kanter is a proxy for one and Turku is a proxy for the other. All right coming up I talk with and his canter himself about what it's like being a man without a country and the threats he faces every day for speaking out..
"kanter" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"After a few hours, the coup was beaten back several hundred people died. And prison air to one immediately laid the blame at the feet of Fatullah Golan and his supporters. Air To one blames the coup on Gula N- Glynn denies any involvement. Regardless. What has happened over the course? Last four years is that there has been a purge through Turkish side. Six hundred thousand people have been investigated for ties with the movement a hundred thousand have been arrested. Human rights organizations will tell you that present Irwan used the coup as a pretext, essentially four rounding up his enemies. And for silencing them. So on that day itself. How is an his canter processing what he is observing from now across the world back in his homeland? What's he doing? How is he responding to all of this as I recall when I asked and his canter those questions he was horrified to see the carnage and he was with Fatullah Goule in himself actually in Pennsylvania at Fatullah gens compound there I was actually with Mr Dan. You was. I remember. In Pennsylvania a was it was a terrible day. Of course, I, remember Mr all he did was just pray for the country so he was not doing nothing wrong. So at what point does the government begin to turn its attention to NS CANTOR HIMSELF? When does that happen and how does that happen? It happens pretty quickly he is a very visible. Person Literally and figuratively Turkey is a country in which basketball in the NBA. Followed closely in and his canter as someone who being beyond the reach of the Turkish authorities living in the United States as he had already at that point for some time felt obligated to speak out against the government and against the crackdown on followers of Fatullah. Gulick. Vocal on social media use very vocal in mainstream media denouncing President Erhtan at one time I think his exact words were he is the Hitler of the Twenty First Century So kanter certainly new by doing so that he would make himself a target of the government and not just making himself a target and his father met cantor has been prosecuted. He's been in and out of jail over the last several years the government alleging that he is involved with ghoulish movement. He's denied being supporter goal and he even wrote a public letter. Essentially disowning ns saying he would take responsibility for what his son was doing in. America disagreed with what his son was doing in America and is believes his father was essentially coerced into writing the letter to save his own skin. That is all so serious and as I understand and it's began to fear for his safety as well. Talk us through what happened in. Indonesia and twenty seventeen. And his cancers basically on a global tour teaching basketball clinics and he's in Indonesia in a friend tells him that he is in danger of being arrested by the authorities and delivered to Turkey. Turkish government. Wants. Him arrested they want him delivered back to Turkey because they categorize him as a member of terror group. So he gets out of Indonesia's quickly can't and begins this kind of hopscotching journey from the Far East to Europe. And at one point, he's at an airport in Romania. What the world just wanted to say we are Romania and they passed to lady and then she just starting to look on my passport and then she went into back And she can't with the police say. Comfort backwards, I said Okay and then the police came out, say your passport is canceled so you cannot get into country anymore. I was like, okay. That's it by who he said the. Turkish. Embassy. So now he is stuck. But with the help of American diplomats, he's able to get on a plane to London and eventually. Returned to the United. States. At that point it becomes. Vividly. Clear. that. This is not just a tiff, but this is a serious deadly serious situation that Ns kanter. is now at or near the top of the list for the Turkish authorities in terms of people they want to silence it's not just his passport that's being pulled, but essentially his citizenship he becomes. A stateless person. So hold on if you was delivered back to Turkey. What do you think could happen to him? Why don't think there's any question that if and his cancer went back to Turkey, he would be in grave danger certainly of long prison sentence. Even worse there's no question and the sounds dramatic but but that he's considered enemy of the state and at the very least. I think would be imprisoned. For a long period of time. So over in Turkey, the character of Hito Turkoglu looms large, and this is one of the most eye opening discoveries from your reporting Jeremy the role that the guy I remember raining threes for the kings and magic is instrumental in the story. How does he enter the picture here? Well, he do Turkoglu is the highest ranking member of the Turkish government who would agree to speak to us when we went to Turkey reporting this story, he's a senior adviser to President Juan. He is the head of the Turkish. Basketball Association and he couldn't have been clearer in our interview in terms of what he thinks about it is kanter. Can you explain what it means from your perspective for Ns Kanter to be a supporter? Of. Fatullah Golan. To land. Is a terrorist leader. And it's countries. Openly. Supporting. Terrorists lead. Imagine, sitting down with. A famous basketball player one of the most famous basketball player. Certainly, Turkey has ever produced to interview him about another famous trickiest basketball player into here. Turkoglu described Kanter as. A supporter of terrorists it's not something we're accustomed to hearing right at sports reporters Pablo Right. You might hear somebody say somebody's a jerk or that guy is this guy is that, but you'll hear them accusing them of capital crimes. A lot of people in the US think.
"kanter" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Jeremy SCHAAP WE'RE GONNA talk to and his canter himself later in this episode. . But I I wanted to talk to you specifically because you did cover kanter story really in depth for sixty last year, , and by now I suppose a lot of American Mba fans are vaguely aware that cantor is deep into this long-running feud with the government of Turkey, , his native country. . But most fans also probably couldn't explain what that viewed is actually about. . So let's start off broadly because protests of all kinds have become kind of relatively commonplace in the NBA. . What about kanter situation here mixed the so unique. . Well Here. . We have well established NBA player. . Who is one of the most famous athletes his country's ever produced? ? Who cannot go back to his native country because he is someone who has every reason to believe if he set foot on Turkish soil now? ? You'll be arrested. . Or that? ? Physical harm would come to him. . And his canter made a decision a long time ago. . that he would be a vocal outspoken in highly visible opponents of the Turkish government would sees him as nothing less than its enemy. . And so what are the roots of this conflict between cantor and his home country? ? It's very simple and also very complicated. . It's simple in the sense that cantor is persona non grata because he is a supporter. . Of a man named Fatullah Doolan. . Who is Muslim cleric whose lived in the United States last twenty, one , years, , and at one time was very close ally of president of Turkey but there has been a falling out between the two men and the respective movements. . Over the course of the last decade aired one has been ruling in an increasingly authoritarian way. . Silencing his critics, , intimidating critics locking up opponents of his government's he's believed that Fatullah NHS movement has had too much power and he believes that ghoulish followers had too much influence particularly in the judiciary civil service in the police and that they have been working to undermine him grueling and air to honor now sworn enemies nemeses of each other. . In an his canter as a supporter of Fatullah doolan vocal one at that. . is considered by many intricacy as kind of traitor. . How does cantor even get involved in this in the first place like you just described? ? An extreme religious political situation how does he end up taking side in this? ? Well, , he's someone who grew up in fact as part of Fatullah Goulding's movement. . The Movement had established schools by most counts, , very good schools, , not just in Turkey, , but around the world and his cancer is someone who was educated in the schools someone who was associated with the movement as tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of Turks have been over the last several decades. . Now, , as an adult kanter has continued to follow the teachings of Fatullah, , Golan, , who has promoted a moderate form of Islam in NS is certainly one of if not his most prominent supporter. . So Jeremy described a dispute between two men who knew each other well, , the president of Turkey Air Lan and this cleric Fatullah Golan now struggling for control of the country. . And the date July Fifteenth Two thousand sixteen is a really pivotal one in this story. . So what happened on that day roughly four years ago now? ? The details are still now for years later. . Unclear in some respects. . But what we can say is that there was an attempt to seize power in Turkey. . By some elements of the military, , we are coming on the air with breaking news and apparent military coup. . Now, , unfolding in Turkey Turkish state television has been seized by the military martial law imposed across the country. . After a few hours, , the coup was beaten back several hundred people died. . And prison air to one immediately laid the blame at the feet of Fatullah Golan and his supporters.
Enes Kanter: Enemy of the State
"Jeremy SCHAAP WE'RE GONNA talk to and his canter himself later in this episode. But I I wanted to talk to you specifically because you did cover kanter story really in depth for sixty last year, and by now I suppose a lot of American Mba fans are vaguely aware that cantor is deep into this long-running feud with the government of Turkey, his native country. But most fans also probably couldn't explain what that viewed is actually about. So let's start off broadly because protests of all kinds have become kind of relatively commonplace in the NBA. What about kanter situation here mixed the so unique. Well Here. We have well established NBA player. Who is one of the most famous athletes his country's ever produced? Who cannot go back to his native country because he is someone who has every reason to believe if he set foot on Turkish soil now? You'll be arrested. Or that? Physical harm would come to him. And his canter made a decision a long time ago. that he would be a vocal outspoken in highly visible opponents of the Turkish government would sees him as nothing less than its enemy. And so what are the roots of this conflict between cantor and his home country? It's very simple and also very complicated. It's simple in the sense that cantor is persona non grata because he is a supporter. Of a man named Fatullah Doolan. Who is Muslim cleric whose lived in the United States last twenty, one years, and at one time was very close ally of president of Turkey but there has been a falling out between the two men and the respective movements. Over the course of the last decade aired one has been ruling in an increasingly authoritarian way. Silencing his critics, intimidating critics locking up opponents of his government's he's believed that Fatullah NHS movement has had too much power and he believes that ghoulish followers had too much influence particularly in the judiciary civil service in the police and that they have been working to undermine him grueling and air to honor now sworn enemies nemeses of each other. In an his canter as a supporter of Fatullah doolan vocal one at that. is considered by many intricacy as kind of traitor. How does cantor even get involved in this in the first place like you just described? An extreme religious political situation how does he end up taking side in this? Well, he's someone who grew up in fact as part of Fatullah Goulding's movement. The Movement had established schools by most counts, very good schools, not just in Turkey, but around the world and his cancer is someone who was educated in the schools someone who was associated with the movement as tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of Turks have been over the last several decades. Now, as an adult kanter has continued to follow the teachings of Fatullah, Golan, who has promoted a moderate form of Islam in NS is certainly one of if not his most prominent supporter. So Jeremy described a dispute between two men who knew each other well, the president of Turkey Air Lan and this cleric Fatullah Golan now struggling for control of the country. And the date July Fifteenth Two thousand sixteen is a really pivotal one in this story. So what happened on that day roughly four years ago now? The details are still now for years later. Unclear in some respects. But what we can say is that there was an attempt to seize power in Turkey. By some elements of the military, we are coming on the air with breaking news and apparent military coup. Now, unfolding in Turkey Turkish state television has been seized by the military martial law imposed across the country. After a few hours, the coup was beaten back several hundred people died. And prison air to one immediately laid the blame at the feet of Fatullah Golan and his supporters.
"kanter" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"At a time when athletes everywhere are taking up social causes personal to them. Perhaps none of them have spoken louder or risk more than the Celtics and his canter. On the court Kanter is currently facing the Philadelphia Seventy sixers. But off it, he's become arguably the world's most outspoken critic of the Government of native country of Turkey. A stance that has cost him. His citizenship is connection with family and has even threatened his life. Today ESPN's Jeremy, SCHAAP WHO's reported on. Cantor's story from Turkey explains how cantor wound up in the middle of a fight for the future of his nation. And later and his canter himself joins the show to explain why he's considered an enemy of the state in Turkey. And why he's chosen to risk everything to speak out. I'm Pablo Torre. It's Friday August Twenty First This IS ESPN daily. Jeremy SCHAAP WE'RE GONNA talk to and his canter himself later in this episode. But I I wanted to talk to you specifically because you did cover kanter story really in depth for sixty last year, and by now I suppose a lot of American Mba fans are vaguely aware that cantor is deep into this long-running feud with the government of Turkey, his native country. But most fans also probably couldn't explain what that viewed is actually about. So let's start off broadly because protests of all kinds have become kind of relatively commonplace in the NBA. What about kanter situation here mixed the so unique. Well Here. We have well established NBA player. Who is one of the most famous athletes his country's ever produced? Who cannot go back to his native country because he is someone who has every reason to believe if he set foot on Turkish soil now? You'll be arrested. Or that? Physical harm would come to him. And his canter made a decision a long time ago. that he would be a vocal outspoken in highly visible opponents of the Turkish government would sees him as nothing less than its enemy. And so what are the roots of this conflict between cantor and his home country? It's very simple and also very complicated. It's simple in the sense that cantor is persona non grata because he is a supporter. Of a man named Fatullah Doolan. Who is Muslim cleric whose lived in the United States last twenty, one years, and at one time was very close ally of president of Turkey but there has been a falling out between the two men and the respective movements. Over the course of the last decade aired one has been ruling in an increasingly authoritarian way. Silencing his critics, intimidating critics locking up opponents of his government's he's believed that Fatullah NHS movement has had too much power and he believes that ghoulish followers had too much influence particularly in the judiciary civil service in the police and that they have been working to undermine him grueling and air to honor now sworn enemies nemeses of each other. In an his canter as a supporter of Fatullah doolan vocal one at that. is considered by many intricacy as kind of traitor. How does cantor even get involved in this in the first place like you just described? An extreme religious political situation how does he end up taking side in this? Well, he's someone who grew up in fact as part of Fatullah Goulding's movement. The Movement had established schools by most counts, very good schools, not just in Turkey, but around the world and his cancer is someone who was educated in the schools someone who was associated with the movement as tens of thousands maybe hundreds of thousands of Turks have been over the last several decades. Now, as an adult kanter has continued to follow the teachings of Fatullah, Golan, who has promoted a moderate form of Islam in NS is certainly one of if not his most prominent supporter. So Jeremy described a dispute between two men who knew each other well, the president of Turkey Air Lan and this cleric Fatullah Golan now struggling for control of the country. And the date July Fifteenth Two thousand sixteen is a really pivotal one in this story. So what happened on that day roughly four years ago now? The details are still now for years later. Unclear in some respects. But what we can say is that there was an attempt to seize power in Turkey. By some elements of the military, we are coming on the air with breaking news and apparent military coup. Now, unfolding in Turkey Turkish state television has been seized by the military martial law imposed across the country..
"kanter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"On a bunch of Ringer podcasts and many times in the reliable is this is a movie podcast with a unique twist, so you can subscribe to that now launches next week and the ring fantasy football show Danny. Kelly Danny Fits Craig World Dick. Greg Hornbeck quarterback. Craig Hornbeck is producing this podcast today. Why why do I have a mental mental black with last name Craig quarterback? Yeah. I did it while the ringer fantasy football show. You can find it basically wherever you're listening to PODCASTS, but we're proceeding is at the football. Season is happening until they tell us it's that happening. We're going to think it's happening. Guess. What part of that is fantasy football? So we're doing it. We have new podcast. Go listen to it for advice for tips fake drafts you name it. It's all going to be there. Check both does add the connect and the ringer fantasy football show. Where we get your podcasts hopefully, spotify back to this one with this cancer. You were pretty early this decade on the whole social justice thing. And this is Ben a big theme of of everybody going back in the bubble, and with his regular season playoffs is going to be. It's the dominant theme that we have in this country and in the League right now. have. What is your experiences with? This stuff? Told you for what's about to happen. well a bottle of the Social Jackson should man i. what is it like the fight for freedom and justice.
"kanter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The city? WHAT THE STATE! Being true, so go out there and play or base before fan so like whenever we were just like given everything we had, and then no matter what it'd be up. Twenty twenty always have each other's back and it was one of the amazing experience I had by. So. We talked a little bit earlier about. Your game in the seventies, eighties and nineties versus where the League is now. How much do you think about that because? I should've mentioned earlier, but. My Dad. Who has been going? He's been a season ticket holder since nineteen seventy four. One of his favorite things are guys low post guys get off its rebound, so he's always loved that and the Celtics. You don't know this because you're not a life, something spent. They haven't had a lot of those guys like. We had ed pink in the early nineties, and he was just a great offensive rebounds myself so when we got you. My Dad was like this is my guy. The guys like this. And yet there's certain games where the matchup is like we. We can't play Kanter like thirteen. Rockets I think, but then there's other games where it's like we should be playing a more. He actually could be destroying. These guys and Stevens has to figure out game. The hardest guy on the team for him to figure out when went to Kinda. Unleash you versus. When is the wrong game? Do you feel that going in real life? Fuck were playing the rockettes tonight I'm probably not gonNA. Play that much. I will review real to have this conversation like with coach Brad I mean because. Our goal is. To Win Right win the game so late going through the game I know what my role is. Obviously I've been for like almost almost and you're now, but going to the game I know what I can do what I can not. Do. You know obviously when.
"kanter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Visited the county. All say to save big while this way. The way to fill last like what happened last year. That just. Like the Governor Mayor Than Everybody folks. And our our focus right in this year. What we can do, when can we bring? To The table and how can we help each other? Yeah I think last year's team. It was interesting because the team had overachieved for few years. They were Stevens and there. Is that really memorable? As Thomas team in two thousand seventeen? When he was like a boarder line MVP candidate I think he finished fifth or sixth in the voting, and it was just like the little team that could. It was all these mismatch pieces they love playing with each other, and they were able to get to the conference finals then in two thousand eighteen. Kyrie goes down same thing they overachieved. They band together. And then last year was so jarring and then coming back this year. so much fun to watch, and you know I I mean obviously when you have a pandemic that trumps everything that's happening. But, I really just watching the team you know, and you think like. Yeah, it's not in the top ten worst things that pandemic, but at the same time as man I really grown attached to watch these guys at A. Void better don't get to watch games, so it's nice to have you guys back. especially like you said especially beginning this year, we had one goal. Behaviors wrong. Like may like there was so many pokes out. There was like hey, they lost to their best players. They're not going to be the same. There might finish like maybe seven or eight on reach into together. Actually be a conversation with the breast. Hey, that's just go there. Avoid fish action, haters, going to hate can do nothing about it and just want to show the whole world that they wrong about us, you know. Like we did an amazing job. Man at the on job was not done. But I think so far actually let we job well. It's interesting this Seltzer, not being mentioned as people start to wrap their heads around all right. Who's going to win the title? It looks like basketball's coming back and everybody's just like bucks, Lakers clippers. This Celtics, team. Played really well against the Lakers and clippers, and if anything, if you'RE GONNA make the case like who is going to be. Maybe a surprise entry in the finals or whatever you would point to those games, especially the to clippers, games and both Laker Games, and you would point to the young legs thing, 'cause you guys are going to be playing ton basketball a short period of time. Wouldn't that advantage younger teams like the Celtics? For sure man I'm not. We'll just say say this I mean when it came to Boston and beaten by thirty two and we went there. You know we bailed Bailey. To two points or something like that they I will say the refs. The refs were were. Not, allowed of cause for the Celtics of the fourth quarter that game, but yeah they won, but I felt like that was gay. But I feel like I feel like we can beat every team on every floor. I'm worried about you know and the US by just us, you know. Like.
"kanter" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"This podcast? Actually? The three of them were spinning them off. They have their own podcast. You can subscribe right now. It's excellent. The go deep dive on all kinds of fantasy stuff. Lot of fun things I really enjoy listening to it last year and We're going to step it up in a couple of different ways. So, you can listen to that next week. When it launches, you can subscribe now and we have a couple more announcements. Come in with the podcast that work over the next. Seven days so stay tuned for those coming up. We're talk to cantor from the Boston. Celtics bad a whole bunch of stuff. He's at a really interesting career and his own experiences with social justice and everything. That's happened him in Turkey. Just fascinating, especially the last twenty minutes of that interview and then I remember. He came on after his sixth title is right at the start of the ringer and now he's coming back because he just went again. Johnny Bananas. The greatest. Challenge Star of all time on MTV's the challenge he won again, he won another season. We're GONNA. Come and talk about that and in about how to fix the challenge going forward avocado ideas. I've known have some ideas from time to time. That's all coming up I. Our friends from Pearl Jam. Okay. He's in the bubble Mr Cancer. What am I Celtic's? It's good to see you. It's good to see your face some happy best boss back. But.
Inside the World of Niche Facebook Culinary Groups
"Talking about strange culinary facebook groups there's a bunch of facebook groups in niche culinary areas. How did you find about this? Why did you join some of these groups? And what are they talking about? So it's I think the important thing to think about the Internet and a niche community is they've always been there there have always been nerds with particular interests. That are not served by mainstream media. Who are looking for a way to talk with each other. And kind of create their own forms of cultural production A friend of mine who is a member of the cooking with Klay? Facebook group founded by Steve? Sando the The founder of Rancho Gordo was sharing some post with me about how enthusiastic members were about sharing where pottery was from the kind of raw enthusiasm. That was there was was was so refreshing and inspiring and just kind of delightful and then what facebook is very good at is recommending additional groups for you to join once you join anything and so really you can use that facebook search bar to explore whatever interest you have just by typing things in and seeing where the rabbit hole leads you. So let's let's go through some of these specifically the rude rebellious KANTER'S. We're talking about walking on the wild side of home canning. So these are. These are some of my favorite people on the Internet because there are many home canning groups out there with people asking for general canning advice and sharing some more complicated recipes. The root of rebellious KANTER's group emerged. Because a couple of people were tired of posting their canned recipes and commenters leaving judgmental notes. About how they were going to poison their families with botulism that these are people who've been canning for generations. They're doing things exactly the way their their parents taught them so they wanted to create a safe space for them to talk about Canning Food and the act of putting up food in a way that that was genuine to them without having to deal with the skulls of the more mainstream cannon community and something that's really interesting to me about these groups you never see sharing articles or links around the web pertaining to their interest. It's always it's always pure user generated content and to me. That's US something really powerful about how these people want to do something their own way because their needs aren't being met by other sources let's move onto aspects with threatening auras which. I think has got to be the best name. Facebook GROUP OF ALL TIME. You've been on that site What's the concept here? I think I haven't done the the exact chronology here but I believe aspects with threatening Auras is one of the offshoots of the vastly more popular. Show me your aspects group which is a more earnest Jello and savory aspic appreciation foreign which now has something like twenty thousand members. I think the Guardian just did a feature on them. And that's that's one where you see people sharing all types of Jell O.'s. And jellies and spanking videos or kind of a norm where people take slow motion videos of spanking their jello. But this is the Internet and the Internet is all about niche. Specialty is and a lot of the Internet is about gross out humor and I think what? What's what's so great about Jello mold and aspects as a concept is that they provide this kind of Uncanny valley experience for food where it's definitely recognizable as something that we eat. But it also feels very other in that hyper processed sort of nineteen fifty s culinary revolution or Nadiri depending on how you want to look at it. And then you have all of these genuinely Ernest People. Creating things like fetuses womb and sharing them earnestly is like. Oh look at this thing that I made for my gender reveal party without any sense of how Harpole or upsetting the people and so the to have a have a place of like minded people who A. Understand the historical context around around Jello and aspect based foods be who delight in seeing these formats transgressed. And it's a group of of really of really funny people at the border of titillating and slightly upsetting so I mean the digital world is really good at going back to old food ways and recipes and techniques and bringing back some of the best things from the past using technology that's the future and yet and then combining them with With new kinds of technology for instance in Thailand a few years ago the rolled ice cream where they were. They had that ice cream base on the nitrogen called anti griddle. And then you've created into to a sheet and rolled up like that was a the presence of those shops everywhere in the. Us Now is a direct consequence of communities on facebook and Youtube and other social platforms sharing videos of that from Thailand at the source. So this isn't just preserving old traditions. But it's also creating brand new
"kanter" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"Next episode of what's eating America Sunday at nine pm only on MSNBC all right so you're gonNA you're gonNA become an American citizen in twenty twenty one You're cut off from your family. Do you have other members of the Golan Movement and other Turkish folks here in your life in in America that you can commiserate with and talk and talk with and be around. Oh Yeah I have I have. I mean wherever I go. There are lots of people who escape. Turkey came. You came here and trying to start a life you know especially. I'm glad I'm in Boston right now. Because there's a huge it's an international city and there are lots of universities are here so there are lots big Turkish community in Boston so but You know if you go like the Chicago if you go to New York or New Jersey. There are lots of big. Turkish communities out there you know. Just I can just go to hang out with so I wanNA talk to you. Basketball is your life and I'm an enormous basketball fan and your refuge from this awful situation that you find yourself in is playing the game. How how many years have you been league This is my ninth year. You know in the night it sort of a perfect trajectory. Because I think over the course of the nine years that you've been in the League game has really transformed and a lot of ways right talk talk to me about how the how you see the changes in the in the modern. Mba while back in the day you will see like more players like shack. Yao Ming you know like back. I'll say back to the basket Players but now the not mba is changing so much. You don't really see back to the basket place it's all about you know after what golden state the NBA like. It's all about shooting threes. You know just shooting from far far far away I feel. Mba is more about now just a fast break game shooting threes. Just one on one and just facing up and just get buckets but I think you just because like you don't really see slow players. Every I have lots of lots of basketball camps Omar American summertime every wannabe elect steph curry. You know it doesn't matter. They're big men they're small. They're you know they're they all. Want to shoot three steph curry steph curry. It's kind of like little hurt in NBA. Because like they're they don't have the same fundamental anymore because they all want to shoot threes but thinking of I'll say the NBA changes a lot. You can do not. Do you think that the the sort of analytics the combination of the Golden State model and the analytics revolution where they've decided that the highest efficiency thing for a team to do is either layups or threes? I feel like it's been exciting to watch the transformation but we've almost reached the point where it sort of has diminishing returns where the Games become weirdly a little predictable because it's basically every team is running a pick and roll and then at drive in dish to find the open three shooter or get out on the break or or Alaba off the pick and roll for a Dunk. And that's essentially all the options. And I wonder if you as a basketball player feels stifled. By how constricted the systems feel as yes. I mean like last night we play against Houston Rockets and the toll. This player day was six six. Will they don't have cappella anymore so they've been incredible incredible center right and they're now running. They're doing this crazy experiment. Where all of their PA- basically starting five guards playing with new because like big enough the game James Harden wasn't a jump ball a weird game. This game right and it was like Open Gym. Just one on one. I saw game shooting threes on Mike this while. I never seen anything like this before. But this is what I'm being. Mba goes. I guess because as a player you know you always got to add some extra to your game. If you're a big man you're going to be able to pick and roll them. Pick and pop shoot threes. Because that's what I'm MBA. Go now does that. I really cares about that. One thing that we've seen as more and more big men taking more and more threes and I wonder how much people like yours. You're sort of known as kind of a I think it's fair to say defense and rebounding specialist. But do you do you practice the three shoot a lot? More threes and practice now the news too. I will say I hate it I have to carry. I always think that every big man does too 'cause like my my game's all about rebounding play physical fact about well back to the basket and just post it up and everything but now like you said like the game is changing so much you gotta be able to both. But now it's like after every practice. I gotTa work on my three at least fifteen minutes coaches like okay. Big Ben Sago so we all get together and start shooting threes allow. Okay who's GonNa make the first one to five? I won ten NBA NBA gone. You know it's like it's so weird because MBA's getting much smaller and smaller because if you think about a basketball players like hugh gigantic human beings by now is like so weird getting smaller every year. Are there special coaches? I always wonder this to like I always had this thought experiment which is like. I played basketball in high school. I was never very good. I still play pick up ball. I love basketball. I loved it since I was a kid always wonder like if I had nothing else to do and I had a professional shooting coach and all at all I did was practice. How could I get at shooting very winners? Oh my God. Yeah my God mostly so what you're saying is mostly like good coaching and practice in reps and basically anyone with mental. A certain amount of skill can become a pretty good three point shooter. I think so I think so. I washed as like Shooting coaches on Youtube and they make him like hundred threes in a row. I'm like that is so weird. If you look at him he he does not look like a basketball player. I probably for fifty years old small men trying to like make hundred. Three's own like this is so weird but I feel like it's all about practicing hard. You know just mentality and just going out there and just your job. I guess I spoke to a sports writer. Howard Bryant a few weeks ago talking the underappreciated mental complexity of being a professional athlete and I note this particular when I look at the modern MBA particularly defensive schemes. They've gotten their quite complicated. I mean at every single moment and at every single decision every time the ball moves. There's a really complicated set of decisions you're supposed to make about where you should be right. There are so many rules men because like in Europe Ltd in Europe it was. It was good because there were so many rules now here. You got the defensive three seconds you've got offensive three seconds. You've got the goaltender and you got all this stuff here. It's so much of Lexi's like it's a one second thing you know. You always have to pay attention to you cannot fall asleep if you fall asleep. It's over how do you feel about? I know you have a reputation as a fairly spirited player. I think it's fair to say yeah and like you like to talk trash a little bit for sure joy. You seem to relish it yet because like it's all about going out that having fun right and you liked that that makes fun. Oh yeah because like when you like when you go out there playing against guys like Lebron James Right or like James Harden or like Russell Westbrook like like Kevin Durant like some of the top top players. There's no way you're GONNA stop him. They GonNa Score. Twenty twenty five no matter what right but the one thing is you can really do. They try to get under their skin and charter just you know just Chata demoralizing the whole game so what I do even if I'm on a bench if I'm wondering doesn't matter I'll always charge say. Hey there's a terrible shoes man is that hey the haircut terrible like something crazy. I don't know I I try to say like software so crazy. Like what are you talking about charter? Ask them that. Hey Man. How's your family doing so? I'm always channel next in. China talked on and get him out of Out of their games came in your family doing i. Was You know things at home? How are we going to play European Championship this year? Some always a channel like the shack them somehow. But you're not just to be clear your menacing. You're just trying to make like inane talk. You're just making small talk like you're at a cocktail party even though you're in the middle of but this is actually Tim. Duncan Tim. Duncan is like the one of the nicest player you will ever face. He'll be so nice echina- oh my God they select so nice and then the next thing you know. He's GonNa drop thirty on because he does. He just feels like Oh. My God is like he's Nice. He's just he's the legend. I'm so you just soften up little bit. You know. And then next thing you know he just he drops thirty on you. What's the hardest part about being a professional basketball player? I will say not the basketball part. But like what's going on on the court because it's my ninth year leak so I know how to handle it but I see a lot so players right right after the game. They're going to their twitter INSTAGRAM AC- what people said about him. Dude they play good or they playback this this. I'm so fascinated by this because Kevin durant particularly Kevin ranker Kevin Durant notorious on this and he'll like respond to twitter trolls. And it's like he's better than out he's like Yay yet but I guess it's. It's do you do that like. I guess it's irresistible. I do the same thing like obviously. I'm not a basketball player but I do the same thing. I look on twitter to see what people thought on my show If someone says like Oh that sucked I get I. You know it hurts my feelings at some point. It's like I shouldn't care who cares. Why why why would I get so upset but and I have the same feeling about professional basketball players? It's like you're Kevin Durant Dude. You're better than all basically five basketball players on earth. Why do you care if you know tyler five said that you took shot down the stretch? I saw some players get on twitter and a half time. So coach comes in so we have a fifteen minute break. Coach comes in and talks on like probably on that five six minutes and then he leaves so we have like seven eight nine minutes to just like rest or just go out and shoot little bit. I saw some players get on the phone and get on the twitter. See what people said about him and have time and they go out. They played a worst second-half right. Because you can't be thinking that way. No you can stay focused. Because there are lots of haters. I'll say this hate is gonNA hate. You know you can do nothing about it. It is going to hit. You just gotTa be avoided outside. Aside Schrafft's just focus on much of the focus on and is like Bam people's some people really got like I don't know say no life because like somewhat of somewhat calmer soul harshened 'cause they go so far they go like the cussing Like same some crazy stuff. I'm like this is too much man. This is just a spot we try to entertain your guys. Yeah I mean it's interesting that it's so fascinating. Here's what I hear from you is that there's actually like a generational change in the nine years you've been in the league. That younger players are more addicted to twitter. They're more affected by the feedback. There and it actually makes their life worse like they're they're more in their heads then than say players. Your age didn't sort of come up with that that will affect your actually the next game because it's in your head you're going to lose sleep over it. You GotTa Stay Away. You gotta think and think more so you actually going to be depressed for the next game and Basketball is oh Bob mental game right so just going to go out there. It's going to affect your game's going to be in your head stuck in your head and you're GONNA have a bad game so just like you know what. Just don't get on twitter man. Just go out there and just play or game and don't worry about anything else you've been in the league nine years. How old are you now? Ns twenty-seven omitted. Old Buddy. I mean I know you're in a league with you. Got John Mirant bearing down you. Nineteen years old and probably feels like half. You're age but do you think about what you on A. I mean it's a crazy situation right. You're going to be an American citizen. You're essentially exiled from your country of birth from your family there. You can't go back to the place you were born and at some point you know. You're you're going to be a an ex. Nba Player and still have most of the rest of your life ahead of you. What do you think about that so I actually two things already When I'm done with my basketball I wanNA be an actually. Wwe Wrestler really. I'm not joking I I swear. I think you'd be good at that. I think you got. I think you got a knack for it. I'm actually I already talking to Somewhat of people and like they say. Hey let's go. I'm like hey man like let's go finish basketball. I think it's just it's all about. You know acting talking trash trawling people and just have fun and so. I feel like this is my. This is my life. And what's the other thing second thing you might be shot but thinking about getting politics really yes like American politics American politics. That's fascinating what what are. What are the things that you you sort of How would you describe your politics? I would just say this I just because I sit down with so many senators. So many. You Know Congressman Congresswoman. Everybody how like you know. What? I'm just. Why not just become a one? I don't know maybe I'm maybe I'm thinking so crazy but I'm like you know what just wind up becoming one and I think I think you've got a very bright future ahead of you..
"kanter" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"So I'll say this not many people noses and don't say this to and a lot of places but like that the night of the Court Sam. I was with Michigan. Oh Wow so in to two thousand sixteen July fifteen. I was with Mr Gulen in the same room on the quits. I'm happy to the coup in two thousand six hundred and the night of the cooler with Mr Doolan in his innocent room in Pennsylvania where he lives in Pennsylvania yes does did he was he actually plotting the coup. Do you respond to that accusation? I'll tell you what happened so like I usually go like especially in summertime once a month right and then night happens to be quite some night and then I went there. You know. We'll just sitting down to eat and Turkish food and hanging out with people over there and then one of my friend came up to me and said there's coup are happening in Turkey. I'm like what is quits because I had no you will quit. Thomas was acquitted right and then he's like try to explain to messed up and then I get that room so one of his Mr Gonz followers. Br I remember brought ipads to Mr Julian and said there is happening and he was shocked so as soon as he heard dead he told his followers to get into the room and start praying for for Turkey. So and then you know. I remember like I saw him what he did with my own eyes. What he did that night. He sat on his chair and pray for the country to all day and forty five minutes later after the president on K. Mart and blame on the Lam woman's unlike. Are you kidding me? That night I was with Mr. Gulen and I saw what he did with my own eyes and and he did not he was yeah he he looks like he was orchestrated quitter. So I'm like I have to say something about this right and then I start talking about this issue. I I was telling people what Mr Gruden did that night and everything and formulas just so sad because that night over two hundred and fifty people died and It was like I feel like if you're asking me and there's not one single reports out there that showing that night that Mr. Gulen or his movement was involved in a quitter so you come out publicly. Afterwards to defend the Ghulam Movement from charges by President. Air To one that he had fomented the coup. De are you giving interviews to Turkish media? Now Trust me. None of the Turkish Media WanNa talk to me right now right because airline has has a very interesting vice grip on on Turkey. Yeah I mean. He controls the media circus. That I don't see any Turkish media will even WanNa just get one coat from me. So you were you. Were talking to American media. Yes also consoled like the big media outlets newspaper magazines and Charles talked a little lawmakers because I so what happened that now with my own eyes and when you start talking about that are there repercussions for you or for your family back in Turkey. So of course. Yeah after two thousand and sixteen thousand quits at myself talking about these issues more and more of course it affected me and my family like my dad was a genetic professor right. He got fired from his job. When did he get fired? After my sister went to medical school for six years now she cannot find any job. My little brother. I have four brother. I have two brothers one on playing basketball in Spain but the other one little one was in Turkey playing basketball. He literally got kicked out everything they play for right so my mom family members will get an like fire arrest of so they had to put a statement out. There is actually still on Internet. If you go you can find. They publicly disarm they. They said we are disowning. Ns Your family did yes. That is actually a big letter. Odd that the my dad wrote is you can find like very easy that we are disowning. Ns and I'm like wow that that hurt I remember going to practice. That they was like one of the most weird is an offshore. Stay my life and I'm okay Of course he heard a lot and But same time you have to understand it because they were getting lots of pressure from the Turkish media and everybody so it. I just WanNa be clear on the timeline of this. When did they put the statement out? Disowning you off the equivalent in that year. That two thousand sixteen yes. Did you have any warning from them or did you just discover that it was there so I was talking to my brother and then the next day they put a statement out there? My Dad was telling my brothers. Hey Look Ns tolkien. Good and everything. But it's affecting us you know we are all get an effective. He's not he's in America but we are in Turkey. We are getting affect us. We're going to do something about it and I'm like okay. You know but I have to speak the truth right. So they publicly disowned me. Whatever and then after that they put the letter out and said we disown. Ns but Turkish carman didn't that so after the public two months later after that State they put a statement out. The Turkish government sent police in my house in Turkey and they took every electronics away. Phones wave computers away the way they're rated the whole house and they took every electronics away. They wanted to see if I am still in contact with my family or not. And if they would've see any text message. Any you know Miss Coles any emails that hi mom hi dad or how you guys doing. They will be in trouble so because because they publicly disowned me. So and then after rated they took my dad in jail for seven days and he actually he actually pitcher off like it was when a while he was get him like he was getting out of jail as a pitcher on Internet too so they put him in jail for seven days but we put so much pressure from here from America Turkey with media outlets some celebrities and everything. They let him go by now. He goes to trial every three or four months and then they literally just accusing him. Just be my dad and they just keep delaying the trial so he has been in the judicial process for twenty sixteen straight with no actual whole nation of a of a judgment his. Actually my brother told me his actually next trout on March Nineteenth. And if they find him guilty they're gonNA put them in prison for five and a half years. What is he accused of? Just literally. Just be my dad? I asked him my brother's like what are they choosing for just literally. Just be my dad. I'm like this does that does not make sense. What is talking about this? This is what they say have you. When's the last time you spoke to? Your father was a long time. I can't even remember last time. I saw my family was back in two thousand fifteen Turkey. Yes I was in Turkey but now just because Oh my debt goes to trial. They cannot leave the country and obviously I cannot go to Turkey last semi sold. It was back in two thousand fifty. So you have not talked to your family since the coup. You haven't been back to Turkey and they haven't seen you yes a C or C or any facetime or anything and the only one that you've contact with is the brother who's playing basketball in Spain. Yeah my brother's in Spain. That must be so devastating. Food is tough because I'm obviously saving time. I'm trying to play basketball right. And it's like it's very very tough because like a tinker body. Your Dad concert trial in a couple of months and then he might be in jail for like five forever years and then you go in and try to play basketball it is. It is really rough. What is your support system for lack of a better word like here in the states I mean. Do you have extended family. Do you have friends? You're close to a relationships are in I. I have my teammates by. Tim is seriously because like all the stuff going on. Nba been supportive. Miss so much with everything you know. It's just so amazing to see like how much support I get from my teammates because look these are very complicated. You know conversations and when the families involved they don't really WanNa have asked questions because it's very very awkward but once you sit down with him and talk to them like one on one face to face around like thirty minutes the next question they asked me. How can we help? Because right now if I don't talk to them there they all tell me. Are you crazy? Just Hey keep your mouth shut you know. Just make your millions. Live a half left. Why are you talking about this? Issue is like you're just you're too young. You know you don't know any cut onto by like once I sit down I'm like hey listen. This is not about just my family. There are thousand people thousand journalists families are there. There's tradition is way worse than mine. So so your teammates your teams. Kinda like buddy. What are you doing here? You are reading West. You'RE MAKING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. You're going to be set for life. Your family is going to be set for life. Just shut up about Air Dhillon and Golan right right and you had an you explain to them that you your your conscience won't let you do that because I'm like thinking about this there right if I just not say anything. If I don't say a word I will. I will live in America but like but just thinking about this man like there are seventeen. Thousand innocent woman aren't share right now. There's almost one thousand babies in the jail. Grown up with their mother. There are lots of people losing their jobs. Losing their like my dad losing their home losing their loved ones laws. Losing their business just because of they don't think the same way what one thinks right. So that's why I'm like you don't Turkey. Is the number. One Country in the world put most journalists in jail. It's three hundred. I think after the so. I'm like you know what like I can just because of God bless me with this platform just because of our plan. Mba you know have a platform. Some China uses platform the voice of all those people who don't have one you know this is not my job. I'm a basketball player. I'm not a journalist. I'm not a politician like someone who's a US. I have to go over like three or four times per Nassir better because I'm like this is my second language and I don't notice I I went to school for one year college. That's it I want to NBA by like this. Conversations are like so important for others for other people. I have to just sit down when all my team is goes out to hang out you know just goes out. The party's goes out to beach and hang gases summertime. I come home and just often the book and try to study all okay. This is what this this is. What foreign policy is this is? What the relationship between. Turkey and this one all that stuff. So it's like what is the relation between American Turkey trump aired on? Was they love each other so much? I'm understood everything you know what I mean so for me is that I have to sit down on like study last year. You're on the New York Knicks and there was a game in London that the New York Knicks. We're GONNA play to help protect the game abroad. It was a regular season game. And you didn't go on that trip. Why didn't you go on the trip? So my name is on an international warning. They put my name on red. Notre System Interpol so. This is what the Turkish government is doing. So if you are against if you're talking against they using their poverty abuse read notice system Interpol so my name was on Interpol so if I get on that plane and if I will land in the London they will send me back to Turkey. Deport me back to Turkey. So I'm like I talked to New York Knicks. I talked to a Foreign Office. They're like hey I understand you wanna come and play. But it's only one game. Just sit down practice here. We're GONNA get a coach for you. You can practice with him. But we don't want to risk it because Adam silver and all the coaches and teammates. They said you know we knew we know you want to go but like this is too much of a risk to sit in America. We got that game for you and they lost About one point where? They crushed on the boards. Because you weren't there yes actually. They're big score the ball. We lost the game leaving protecting the rim. Yeah but It was tough because like I said again I WANNA do. I WANNA go out and do my job like I want to go out. There and play basketball. Year was the first year that I left. The country I went to Canada was the first year like last two whatever years you had no way game with the raptors game. You felt comfortable that the Canadian authorities were not going to arrest and deport you to Turkey..
"kanter" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"This is not my job. I'm a basketball player. I'm not a journalist. I'm not a politician like somewhere towards us. I have to go over like three or four times so I can pronounce a better because I'm like this is my second language and I don't notice i. I went to school for one year college. That said hello and welcome to wise is happening with me your host Chris so there are a lot of weird things that happened in two thousand sixteen the election but for my money. The single weirdest happened on election day. It an op Ed. That was published on election day in the hill which is a sort of political insider publication Washington DC and it was written by Michael. Flynn now Michael. Flynn was the chief National Security Advisor to the campaign of Donald Trump and he was publishing an OP. Ed on Election Day. And you would think if you're working on the campaign your election day OP. Ed would be the closing message so you might imagine op-ed why Donald Trump will make America safe again right. That would be the kind of thing you do campaigns. Do this all the time. They have surrogates. They have campaign people they send out OP. Eds they try to place them. Here's election day. The last chance to make your pitch the American people what you're going to do. What is trump GONNA do for the American people as you head to the polls? That was not what Michael. Flynn chose to write in the hill on election day. No no he wrote an op-ed that's titled Our ally. Turkey is in crisis and needs our support. It is a long slightly deranged screed against a fairly obscure Turkish cleric named Fatullah Golan in the course of the op-ed Michael Flynn essentially intimates. That he is a secret. Islamic radical and terrorist supporter. That he may be the next isotopic. Komeini that it's insane that he has been granted haven in Pennsylvania and he points out that this guy. This cleric lives in the United States in the Poconos in Pennsylvania and Michael. Flynn wants you to know. This is a terrible mistake that the US should not be providing what he calls safe. Haven to this crypto radical Islamic. Terrorists this is how the op-ed ends the forces of radical Islam derive their ideology from radical clerics like Doolan. Who's running a scam? We should not provide safe haven in this crisis is imperative we remember who are real friends are what the fuck. Why is Michael Flynn on election writing? This op-ed it's utterly bizarre. Well I'll give you the answer to that question it's now attached as an editor's note to the op-ed which is still up on the hill editor's note on. March eighth twenty seventeen four months after this article was published general. Flynn filed documents with the federal government indicated. He earned five hundred and thirty thousand dollars last fall for consulting work that might have. Aided the government of Turkey. Turns out. Michael Flynn was on the payroll of the Turkish government to push for what is basically one of their number one policy priorities of the US which to extradite the cleric Fatullah Golan who lives in the Poconos back to Turkey that they can probably give them the death penalty or put away forever. And the reason is that the strongman leader of Turkey Recep Air to one views for Tila Golan as the mastermind behind anti air to enforces. Remember some years ago. There was an attempted coup against one. Airline wants to get cooling. It didn't just Michael. Flynn subsequently we have received reporting that Rudy. Giuliani would just pop into the White House and be like. Hey guys what are we gonNA do about extraditing for two lagoon and Rudy? Giuliani also was working on behalf of the Turkish client. Very close to the Turkish state unclear whether he was being paid directly by the Turkish government but maybe Turkish interests all right. So there's this guy who is very important to the Turkish government infertility Ghrelin who is a cleric who lives in the US. Today's conversation is with an NBA basketball player for the Boston Celtics. Who found himself in the middle of this international caper? His name is NS cantor. He is a center in the Boston. Celtics he is very tall. He's very strong. He is very very good at defense. Rebounding he is as you will find in this interview delightful and charismatic and a fascinating dude. Who has been playing basketball in the states for about ten years? He's had a very strong career. He's not like an all star. He's not someone that you would see in commercials. He's not like that level of good but he has had a very good. Mba career happens to be a Turkish national who is a follower of Fatullah Doolan and as a follower of toolan? His life has been entirely thrown upside down by the Turkish states persecution of followers of Dula going. What is meant is that? Ns Kanter the Center for the Boston. Celtics can no longer go to his home country Turkey. He can no longer talk to his family. He can no longer even travel to Europe secure in the knowledge that he won't be arrested and possibly extradited and I followed and his canter for a while he has such a unique story and he has such a unique presence. Both on the basketball court and on social media. I've been wanting to sit down and talk for awhile first of all because I have a sort of interest in tricks politics and particularly the Golan movement and the dynamic but also because I'm a huge basketball fan and I thought it would be really fascinating and fun to talk to an Emmy Basketball Player. So today's conversation is really like it's it's it's hard to put a genre around it because it's about this incredibly intense story of international religious persecution and also the way the modern NBA.
"kanter" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"He gets on the carpet with his mother his mother who has the exact same hairstyle. Ss girl. Hers Is Short. Girlfriends is only remember short. Cut His girlfriend well. I'm convinced how leave him out of this because she was innocent but I was no shoot. I was blasted. My I was able to. Why was this? I wasn't busing? I was laughing at this situation. You Go Oh my God Sarah. The girlfriend came out at the note that you I thought it was the girlfriend. I hadn't seen I hadn't seen that right so I thought that you thought it was the girlfriend. This is getting ugly sister. Fight Mr Fi. She's taken offline. Please fact checker here really quickly. She's forty fifty feet. You wait what told you? I was convinced you fifty dollars oversight right now. Wow this is this is. I've been burned on multiple levels. Kiana I just need to stay out of the conversation early. Well okay so that was like I feel like he purposely must with us by bringing his mother on garments so we would say things like wow look let me just back up or on a text message. Shane and something happened. And Lisa said Oh look there's Kano with his with his girlfriend and I said that's not his girlfriend Elisa's at God's Sarah like Google Mary tonight he has a girl friend. What's wrong with you? Keep up with the times and I was like no. That's definitely not as girlfriend. Look seventy five and then Mir at least I had to laugh at me and then I immediately felt gas lit like I had to your guns. You didn't even back down. I start looking at it. I wouldn't have back down either. Find a way to get out of it. She's clearly seventy five. I felt like I just remembered her as an older woman. It was a quick glance. And I'm like that's his girlfriend confidence. Anyway he's adorable. Yeah so I feel like the Janelle. Monae opener was a little controversial but like maybe we were all on the same. Maybe Miriam and I were on the seat. I thought like amazing opener but not for this award show tone was so wrong like Tony. Tony's so the tones always weird and off at the beginning never they never hit it and she got the crowd on their feet. Yes it was even get the seat like I didn't even understand the themes didn't understand. Let's listen I'll tell you is going to have the final word on this? Phyllis Kanter Rosen my mother. We're wrong quote a show. Stopper is a showstopper. Okay mic drop. It's slow do. Pk are had good teams. Yeah we're moving on. There's nothing else else. She's had her word. We're moving on but I basically said the same thing. She's a great performer. But like beyond the opening up the show have been WEIRD JERRY. Himself said that she's not uncaring level. Right now I mean right. I Agree Miriam. I felt like I was excited. I felt like I was being forced into being excited about it by the way. Did you notice when she came out the button on her shirt I just a pro for buttoning her shirt I thought it was? I thought that part of the stick was her unbutton again. I didn't realize she was fixed issues. Fixing it any girl who has a weren't a button-down shirt knows how that a tight button-down shirt knows how that. Yeah unless I just want to say for the record journal is sick. Talent like incredible. She's absolutely stunning. She's so cool. I love everything about. I just didn't love that for the opener. The Oscars same now having said that jumping ahead the best moment in my opinion the entire night which did surprise me and wasn't musical number was me to not me three. I watched it on me. I was very excited. I was so excited the first of all. How hard is it to have a secret anymore like that? Nobody knew about that so that was exciting. Just it was something unexpected that we didn't know about second of all he looked great. He sounded great. You know he's he's looked like really sickly and skinny and like he's been on drugs for a while so he looked healthy. Made me happy but the best part about it and why it works so well as it came in the middle and came out of an epic Ma music montage of how fast zip right like music in movies. Make US feel every clip. I was dead. This is incredible too and when they were leading up to the saw and I was just like do do do you and I kept waiting for. Why wasn't I change the montage with the music? And then when he came out live I think I actually like clash about. Haven't been on social media. I'll I saw was like you know. Hollywood deadline Hollywood's headline which was like an Eminem's weird performance. I'm like we couldn't get selene. Dion to say my heart will go on. I can't hello. Barack Obama listens to that song all the time John Listened to that song all athletes. Listen I was GonNa say do you want that's like the new rocky like if you? WanNa get up to like jump up those stairs and buy new. It's like fifteen years old but actually yeah I loved it. I loved it too. I thought that was the best moment of the show. Hands Down Sarah. Even though I'm you how did you I'm GonNa just say yes. I love it. Kristie Matt Singing. I don't have a lot to say. Silence.
Episode 11 Laying Out For CRISPR
"Well and Michael Are you a person who always on sunscreen when you go outside no no no I got I don't get it I you know this summer I got out within in a while now that are a little older I feel like between becoming an adult did you know working nine to five with the sun's out of them young kids but now nowadays if you know we got it we went to the pool we do all that stuff I- I tand pretty well so I'm not going to be outside for twenty minutes I don't worry about it I did get one sunburn this year so maybe I should have done it more yeah well people used to go to the beach and just cover themselves in baby oil so they could be getting good hand but I feel like those days are mostly gone more likely at the beach juicy people ladies in huge hats China protect themselves from the sun from all the damage that it causes but I don't know think about what would you do Oh my goal if you if you were had some sort of issue where every time you went in the sun you would take the risks up developing cancer I mean isn't that what we're replying with sun damage this bill basically that a any any real sun exposure gives you cancer I mean that's that's you got burned that summer did you kanter no but did I raise my chance of getting cancer you're talking about like I would have burst into like cancerous immediately it's GonNa be rain down on me it's GonNa be the big chip on my in my arm is going to pop up cancer all of a sudden because I walked out in the sun for five minutes yeah yeah I mean you you go outside you get a Thun Bern and within a few days you develop them and malignant melanoma developing on your skin the I I would start sleeping during the day working tonight yeah that's exactly what this man in California has done. He suffers from an extremely rare disease he's where he has extreme sunlight sensitivity so that anytime he goes out in the sun he he developed mold on his body that can eventually become cancerous and so yes he definitely has had a job where he works at night and he is now petitioning in offering his ready to be Chris Byrd the name of science oh he's he's doing what now exactly so he's offering himself up to be Chris Byrd by way we so this isn't this isn't a seventy he's not going out in Suntan in you know baby oil and going out in the sun and getting crisper that that's not what you're talking about no no he is an in he he experiences malignant melanoma basically every time he goes out in the nine anytime he had some exposure so what client what classifies it as malignant. I'm not I mean I have all sorts of freckly type moles that you certainly not malignant but what makes them what makes them malignant versus just hey this is something that happens to my skin in the sun right so if you're the malignant melanoma then the problem is that it can eventually miss metastasized and spread to the rest of the body and so every day he basically has to look at his entire body and check himself l. for mold that could develop because of any sort of UV exposure and as soon as he notices them to go and get them removed now okay so you've been dealing with it since he was nine years old and he started developing all of these moles off his body and when he came of age of nineteen he eventually got graveyard shift as a waiter denny's just so that you wouldn't have to expose themselves to any any sunlight is this has he got cancer no he hasn't I don't think so but he feels like at some point at he's getting older I think I think he's thirty now in key fields like it's getting worse and worse than he feels like eventually he's going to miss something and that he will get cancer yes so he has in genetic disease it's something that he inherited it inherited it is not really a name for this disease it's so rare and there's no no cure for eight besides just avoiding the sun at all costs and so so he has started petitioning scientists to ask him to see if they they can Christopher his buddy if they can care it retroactively remove via yes but that's not really how it works right I mean he is however millions of cells with carry this thing so how can you give them all that now that's a really great question because that is not how Chris Bury were crisper is an amazing technology it can be a US to alter it can be used to take out small amounts of of DNA sequences to basically turn off a gene which we talked a few weeks ago about the scientists in Russia who is trying to crisper the the babies who are likely to be born death right and so in McKay The scientist is actually just deleting the this sequence that has the mutation so that the gene that causes that the problem is is basically turned off which by the way I update you days ago that that scientists is going ahead with the plan he's actually started editing the genes in human eggs yeah sure let's let's be exciting yeah so he doesn't necessarily have approval to you start to to start the experiment to actually implant thanks but he's going ahead and editing them in just in case he does get all right and this is what was basically the same thing as he needs to have a willing he's going to have to have a willing participant though in this case I guess it'll be a parental we'll participant the volunteer child and here's this guy this guy wants to be like hey let's let's push this forward throughout all this approval just hey come on come do what you want to me I'll be getting big well the guy in Russia here already has parental approval you're talking about the the guy that wants that his moles that Christopher guy that that's what worries about getting Chris Byrd he wants to be Chris Byrd because he's worried about getting Chris Byrd in exactly to get two crispy in the sun so he's going to get Chris Byrd well yes so the guy in California he read in two thousand seventeen about the bio hacker designer he failed in genetic engineering kit and is that the guy that just like just randomly starts putting stuff in his arm because when he was at a biotechnology conference and just injected a crisper cocktail in to his body supposedly it was a muscle boosting crisper cocktail Yep not quite sure how that works or if it's legit but it's definitely something that that he was interested in display hang so yeah so the California he saw that that happened he said Hey I wanna be Chris Byrd so he started he took it upon himself to try and find a gene and that could save him and he found a gene that he would like to have Chris Byrd into his body right so so the house aside where he founded Jean that he doesn't have or well gee what does he turn on two hundred one off I I don't this is getting media leaves a bit gene his diseases he's missing gene or what they don't know exactly what conduct his his I guess his acidic genetic mutation he doesn't know exactly which mutation he has I'm sure some scientists could eventually find that out but I guess the route that he's going to do if he found a gene in the water bear the okay a bear correct have you ever seen these little little tiny indestructible things yeah yes so he found something and and one of those eight legged water-bearers that it's a gene that protects them from the damaging effects of radiation which is one of the reasons why they have such a long little life fan so he is trying to find someone who will basically crisper that gene into his body okay good plan right war yeah the show this is great I love this plan this is a great plan is well thought out for sure he hasn't although he has all the information and he knows what the Da- I I mean I I get I get the desire and shore you WanNa be the Guinea pig but this just seemed like snake oil on this thing wearing red shirts and he had he makes great he's always got these redshirts is regulated color red well that guy that guy's really good at basketball uh-huh maybe I'll be really good at basketball and that's what the skills like
Food Neighbourhoods Presents Tin Hau of Hong Kong
"Today we're off to explore the neighborhood of Tin Hau in in Hong Kong which is pronounced tin like the mental and how like the question so how do I get that. The answer is pretty simple. Go to the nearest. MTO Station Asian gets on the Blue Island line and get off at either Tin Hau or Fortress Hill alternatively. If you decide to take a taxi it's a good idea to use either of those. MTO Stations Sion's as your point. That's because strictly speaking there is no such places in the area that lies between these two stations and is bordered by Victoria Park Victoria Harbor and Braemar. Hill should technically be called either Causeway Bay or North Point. The Phantom district of Tin. Hau actually gets its name from the nearby Tin Hau Temple Tin. Hau is the goddess of the scene Cantonese so these temples erected in her honour have traditionally attracted fishermen Chaman families who come to pay their respects and Ostra protection from the ocean necessarily expect Tin Hau temples usually found dumped along the coast of Hong Kong. However in this particular neck of the woods extensive land reclamation work in the early twentieth century has pushed the temple further and further away from the sea as a result? If you walk into Tin Hau Temple today the closest you find to get your feet. Wet is the Water Fountain in the courtyard. I generally quite pleasant spot with covered seating being a chance for some spiritual contemplation the puck that thought for now luke plenty of time for rest and reflection of the end of Ottawa right now. We're we're off to explore some of Tin House. Earthly Delights and we are beginning to in Fortress Hill at the station gets out exit a and crossed the busy kings road onto oil street being shooter look out for the double decker trams as they trundled past find your bearings little snippet of local history by first nipping into oil street art space. This two story great listed red brick building dating back to one thousand nine hundred eight used to be the homicide home of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club but after the coastline moved the club set sail to new premises in the nineteen thirties and today the converted art space ace is the only surviving waterfront building from that time standing on the corner of oil streets and Wang on road spend a moment to take in the old tenement buildings well I erected on this reclaimed land now have to shed his space with several much newel unfought Shinier office towers while you were there order a coffee Alfie to go through the window at Smoko an owner operated hole in the wall cafe occupied this same pavement spot for the last four years for an extra jolt of Benji. Let yourself be tempted by the slices of Banana love that often sit on the counter with Your Cup Cake in hand continue along Wang on road turn left wbt onto folk. Yom Road and then take a right onto electric road which is one of ten house major thoroughfares runs parallel to the hopper electric road road gets his name from Old Power Station that was decommissioned in the nineteen seventies demolished and then turned into housing for the road around as it bends left an enter enter Causeway Bay market. This is a typical example of Hong Kong so-called wet markets that can be found almost every neighborhood in the city stole operators tend to wear release on feet for good reason the floors at these wet markets are usually soaking wes on account of the live fish and other seafood that are sold out two polystyrene boxes filled up with water and melting ice fresh meat is also sold alongside the seafood but in the city it comes with a word of caution in Hong Kong fresh meat means live meat not that fluffy farm-to-table marketing speak pig's trotters watches and snouts hang on hooks on one side of Causeway Bay markets while live chickens squeezed into tiny cages clock and school on the other side. Animal lovers be warned in fact the same goes for anyone with a sensitive stomach skip this part of the tour. I'm probably shut your ears for the next ten or twenty seconds at Causeway Bay market. Live poultry plucked from their cages by multitasking butcher who then ways them tags them and kills them right in front of paying in customers the chickens then handed to the chaps at the back of the store to be defended in cleaned and win the caucuses returned to the front counter the butcher slices of the feet it cuts the body into chunks and Hanover in a plastic bag for those you still listening at this point. Don't be surprised to see black skin chickens on the butcher's board causeway Tapei market. It's local delicacy and a curious sight to behold when I encountered at the bottom of a clear Chinese soup on that note it. It must be time for spot of lunch tin. Hau is home to plenty of roasted goose restaurants however something tells me that right now you a feeling like like something a little bit more healthy and wholesome so let's leave the market behind and head over to campus a Japanese Carey House on the other side of electric road campuses led by Chef Fujita Kanter and his restaurants simple approach to food can be summed up as minimal fuss minimal fat. There are no additives in the food and plenty of no meat options on the menu making a popular choice for the city's health conscious order the carry with fifteen kinds of vegetables and see if you can guess S. O. Fifteen kinds before you look to your play clean. Here's a clue to get you started the big white ones with the holes in the middle a called Lotus roots so how have we got on at campus managed to name all fifteen kinds of vegetables yet egg heads can reward themselves with a sweet treat one of Tin House many any dessert restaurants an actual fat. We all can going somewhere else for pudding is after all a popular after new tradition in Hong Kong so let's wonder under along the street to Ching Ching Desserts and have a flick through their extensive menu staple dessert ingredients include sago mango. Tofu red-bean red being put mallow star fruit condensed milk and glutinous rice spotted anything that takes your fancy adventure seats is looking for a truly local experience. This can also head around the corner to anti sweet an order their signature jury and Tofu Dessert Tuck down sing funk streets anti sweets it is easy to spot by the cartoon lady who appears to be smiling laughing on the shops yellow and red sign edge however the smelly fruit is definitely an acquired. I taste so don't expect to fall juries charms straight away fortunately for us. The final stop went off food. Too is just the ticket for cleansing pallets. The Hong Kong Island Tap House also on sink funk street is one of the best bars in the city to sample beers by a growing number of local. Oh craft brews these include young master. Yardley brothers black-eyed Kylo and Moon Zen at first you may well feel spoke for choice but with almost forty types of beer on tap so why not order the tap house be a flight to begin with six is one hundred sixty eight Hong Kong dollars offer that we definitely recommend you try Yadi brothers Hong Kong busted an award-winning Ikea that is brewed with sweet melon apricot and licorice alongside those strong flavors it also pack strong punch at seven point two percent. AB feeding suit refreshed leave the tap house and find your way back to electric road from that continue heading West Towards Tin Hau MTA station. It's one straight road and the entrance is directly in front of you before before heading back into central nip around the Corner Tin Hau temple road take a seat in a tin. Hau Temple Garden and try to remember where this whole story began
Pediatric Cancer Close to a Cold War Era Nuclear Energy Testing Site
"This week. We talk about a young girl called grace who contracted an extremely rare form of leukemia. A Mother Melissa bombs did was put into place. Many of us never even think about putting everything on the line in the battle to save. I loved ones on that journey. Melissa began discovering that the potential causes of Greece's Kanter may not be very far from so Melissa's. Maybe start by telling us how you decided to move to this community and where we are well right now now. We're just outside of Seamy Valley. I grew up in thousand oaks which is only about five more miles from where we are right. Now I went to Los Angeles for college and when my husband in an I ready to start a family we were looking for a community that was close enough to Los Angeles for work but it was safe. I checked out all the Megan laws to make sure that that was safe. I checked out all the schools check out all crime. I mean I really did quite a bit of research because we wanted to provide the best that we could for our children so you're so you're looking around for homes. Where did you end up locating well. it was a rather miraculous purchase but our first home was on Fallbrook Avenue Avenue in West Hills thirty miles out from Hollywood or we're very close which is why West Hills was so ideal. It's it's the community for people who can't commute too much wjr but also want to be close to work. It's a fairly affluent area calabasas right down the hills where all the celebrities live and it's a nice well to do comfortable city okay so you'll living this new life and and what happens next well when my daughter was four years old she started bruising using and she is a very active kid she's always been a Alpha female since day one name a Grace Grace Allen and so when she started bruising and I took her to the doctor. They said she's just really active little girl. There's no problem here in. I pointed out like she was. She has little bruises on her forehead red and they said well. I'm sure it's fine and they sent us home. A couple of weeks later call back and I said it doesn't feel right. I got brushed off again. Finally leash she had a giant purple scar down her whole side and I called back the doctor and said this. This can't be normal most doctors. I will never have a cancer patient and so I like to think that's why he didn't move quickly three days later. We were finally informed. That grace had every symptom of leukemia. We ended up at Children's Hospital. Los Angeles where on January twentieth we learned that she had an exceptionally rare form incredibly aggressive aggressive form of leukemia call the positive The Philadelphia Chromosome Ehlo and just as a mom and a family. I mean that's just just going to be a terrifying. I mean Con- imagine getting that news. Your whole life stops and everything crashes. We were impatient immediately for week but when I got home I would not mean to but I would just stop in the middle of an intersection forget that I was driving. I was forget where I was going. It's it's it's more than life changing really. It's hard to describe because a lot of these feelings. I have not allowed myself to process a lot of these memories. I've really worked hard hard to keep them away. Just now coming to a place where I'm starting to feel and remember and it's a hard place to go back to to be honest. It wasn't the first time she was diagnosed. That was the worst for me. The worst day of my life was when she relapsed a year and a half out of treatment that that to me was is a thousand times worse than the first one because we immediately knew that her survival rate on a on a clinical trial the first time was seventy percent survival rate which to everyone else sounds really great until the cancer parents. That's one three out of ten children and they don't tell you up front who those three are going to be so. It's not amazing in but you know it's it's there's hope when she relapsed they would not tell us her survival rate and I think it's because they knew we would lose all hope. We knew immediately that she she would need to have a bone marrow transplant. We knew what type of chemotherapy she would have. We knew she would have radiation. I mean we knew we knew what we how bad it was going to be and I think that's why the second time was so much worse than the first time the first time we were pretty naive and how did grace. How did she react react to two oldest like as a kid. You're going through this really you know and especially adults we know more like how is she coping well. It's it's interesting because I think most people assume that childhood cancer. Is You know some throwing up some discomfort in the worst parts you lose. Your hair turns out losing your child losing their hair. The easiest part of the entire journey everything else is a thousand times worse and fortunately when grace was four years old she still really really looked to my husband and I for approval and so she and because she was at the Children's hospital all the time in all the children in her ward are all bald. That was a comfortable place for her by the time she was in second. Grade is she. She knew that other kids had hair she. She knew you that she was different. She knew right after I mean the minute after we told her that she had relapsed she said am I going to die. She knew everything to and and that's tough on a kid and it was tough on my son who was only two and a half when she was diagnosed and if grace had a fever in the middle of the night we had one hour to get her life saving antibiotics so it was an emergency situation to get straight down to the children's hospital and I couldn't wake him up at three in the morning and say goodbye I but sometimes they'd be gone for three to four weeks inpatient and so he he developed a lot of a lot of his own issues and problems and heartache heartache I mean our whole family was affected. My daughter had the worst of it obviously but I don't think people quite realize the trauma brings to the entire family so because graces his cancer was so aggressive did did she need different or more kinds of treatment. She ended up having ten times. The regular dose of chemotherapy than a standard leukemia child would have and so we we spent longtime impatient because it was so devastating on her body auty. She had all kinds of issues she she couldn't eat anymore. She had sores all throughout her mouth. In fact they said it was one of the worst cases of Mucus. Itis they've ever seen it was all the way every part of your mucous. Lining in her body was covered in canker like source so she was addicted to morphine at that time the chemotherapy be gave her neuropathy where if she touched the ground she would be screaming in pain pancreatitis and blood staph infection all at the same time. When did you start noticing patents that you saw the children's cancer ward we live at the hospital more than a typical leukemia me a patient might so we met a lot of the the other families staying there and grace and I were walking down the hall one day and a mom opens the door and said I know no you from the park. I recognize your daughter. We said you know childhood cancers really rare. That's impossible. I'm sorry I don't believe you and when I went home that weekend. I found out that she was right. She was in the background of the pictures from that day and her daughter now had neuroblastoma which is in cancer more rare than my daughters and eleven months after that day she passed away at two years old and then we met the hammers lease and again in treatment and just casual conversation precision. Oh so where are you guys from and she said Seamew Valley and Simi Valley is not far from my home so that was alarming to me but I I kinda voted off. You know it's fairly populated area her daughter. Hazel also had neuroblastoma and excessively. I believe there's only six hundred cases in America. Every year of NEUROBLASTOMA and Hazel was in treatment. Hazel passed away last March after a six or seven year
"kanter" Discussed on The Full 48
"Portland Express do you think maybe they had the Hassan whiteside moving in the back of their minds this whole time. Could you have stayed and played with behind whiteside. I mean what what else could we have in my career. I did ball I started. I can't the ban so it's it's all about going out there and winning if you're winning among cool with it but if you're not winning there's a problem but <hes> you know think of. I mean partner was an amazing experience of course <hes> up. I had an amazing memory Tom Portland but on on <hes> it's been the scene and it's called business. You know but <hes> like like I said I wish him. The Best Nice any will form in an for them. Yeah no doubt it's always that was a really there was like I say it was a fun fun on team. <hes> and you always kind of as as somebody. WHO's watching the game from afar with no I've got no emotional vestment of it's kind of like to see them. Run that back kind of what it would look like right. Bring Back Kanter. Keep it together gets healthy. Don't know when exactly he'll be back or when he'll be back to normal but it would have been fun would have interesting. They'll still be fun and interesting got a lot harder again. Jess crew everybody's good now. It's it's nuts it. Is you got out at the right time. Perfect time came back eastern perfect at the right time why why Boston and who else was in the running. They're like what did it come down to a decision in between Boston and somebody else on the last was always human like was he here Bulls Boston. Portland was in a mix before they get whiteside. I'm trying to think I also gonNA Lakers and by the way don't Colli and <hes> trying to think who else there was. There was some couple more on remember. Remember remember right now but there was like four five six teams. One of the things Boston was I mean obviously the culture of the city. The winning never did they never tank so. I just wanted to <music>. I'M GONNA go to team that. I don't want them to take just want them to Charleena championship every game. Try to win every game. This is not a subtle. You're just saying you know I'm just saying that you know <hes> so that's why and then when I got released by the Knicks I was always hearing this name Boston Celtics Celtics and <hes> they were interested in back then yes yes and that when the clock hit with a six pm any sometime was a six year three in in in Cali- I think so so something like that so the call me you know I talked to him. Can you give me some time because they were asking me to take a huge pay cut so sound with the bus and I'm like I'm thinking about this so and then I was thinking about and then he called me again okay second San and so everybody was a deeper voice voice. Hello WHO's this is. This is Kemba he wasn't. He didn't call me from his father because he didn't know if I'm gonNA sound Ramona's. I didn't WanNa give me his number. David Ages fought you talk to you. Talk to me a little bit. It was okay. You know we want you bad. We just wanted to come here. Hey let's try to win. A championship is all he. He told me all that stuff. I'm like you know you just signed with the team and I think for for it was a really good. Show me a good really good leadership. Somebody's taking a leadership and trying to come home like okay. That's the way it did. You know much about Kemba before. Did you guys have any was much of class in China thing yeah. He wasn't my job because I wash obviously and years and years how amazing player his but I didn't know his character his personality and then I met him in a before Ed media they amazing Guy Really Locker Room Guy and brings positive energy and <hes> I mean I don't know how much you've said..
"kanter" Discussed on The Full 48
"You're spoken about your role to when things started to go south with you in the Knicks the the sense I got was that because the nick I think we might have talked about this. In January. The Knicks are like allergic to controversy they they do not like and they're allergic to people being individuals. They don't like people speaking out. They don't like people being opinion but you did you. You're pretty public about when you weren't happy with your role so I think if people want to be skeptical so how's Ns Kanter Gawker room guy in Portland because or excuse me in Boston because we saw what happened with New York where he was kind of carping about his role. What's what's the response there well. I think the one who I had no problem with my teammates. I was so cool with my team. Is I had a conversation with the but I hi Ambassador Basketball player going to compete okay. I'm going to try to win no matter what that is in my blood. I'M GONNA go out. There doesn't matter we have off thirty wins and we have zero. I'm my job is a god their charter win as much as I can and if somewhat I'm not telling you to do this but if someone telling me the opposite uh I'm not gonNA listen to my job is to go out there. Play as hard as I can because all this you know defense paying so much money to come the would come through gardens of pack every game even really expense very expressive right so like that's why hello my problem was. I guess I wanted to win and some some of the things that just didn't make sense because they told me I'm too old to play and I was twenty six. I'm like that does that makes us even an NBA years. That's not to twenty six. They bring a guy even like four or five years older than me. They're playing him like this doesn't make sense. I haven't so we had some you know some stuff going on with the next but you know I'm I wish him the best yeah you were. You were not unhappy to have been cut loosen to find a new home at that stage. Now I was very happy because I'm evoked out for both auditing because they were going to a different direction they were going to younger and then I will. It worked out for me. Yeah well me the Western Conference finals. Yeah worked out spectacularly for you. I don't want to dwell too long on New York with me. Just finish it with this when they got you. A lot of it was well. If they kept you do you were you were one of those expiring contracts right. We're going to be a big summer for them. Clear this Catherine right didn't quite work out. You're old. You're old. Kevin Durant did not come. Kyrie serving <hes> ended up across the river with Katie and there's they brought a bunch of really good. You know veterans. I mean you know Taj Gibson and you know you're. Ah Julius randle young vet who still on the way up bobby portis still has some element to go. There's you know they. They got some solid guys but they didn't get that one flare that makes it make sense the guy who's like your fulcrum that everything works around. What do you think is going when you look at who didn't come and we're the knicks. Are you're and you. You've had you had some time there. You got some sense of of the organization. Can you sum up where you think this franchises and why it doesn't seem like a desirable arrival destination right now. The scene of many people know that the players talk for play from the different teams talk and then I mean I'm I'm not blaming antibiotic. I had an amazing time with with an ace but whoever teammate that I talked with which have a bearing on different teams. They always said amazing amazing. CD MSG amazing everything so good but ownership they will just go just keep saying but on the ship but don't WanNA shift so I was like I I don't always get game like hey the knicks amazing. You know there's is the garden mccaw. I mean if you win in Knicks you or the King of the world but they were.
"kanter" Discussed on The Full 48
"I mean i had to do it but the next day i put a tweet out there and showing that i have travel documents so it is not every so yes i can go to london so he's not a recession so and then i would just it just made me very sad that he is such a thing like that. Yeah that's tough. I it's <hes> like say kind of caught me off guard. I wondered i i wasn't sure what to think of of turkey with the basketball player. When i start seeing turku the government spokesman for rothbury -tarian regimes are hard to reconcile these things right now. <hes> i know it is for you. I'm not sure how to ask us exactly but you. You've been very outspoken. I know you're gonna continue to be outspoken to the point where sometimes like some folks have written about it this week where it seemed like you were almost exhausted by how much you've channeled into into this. What do you hope is is the end results of all this. Not just your outspokenness of course but just the movement at large against oregon is is does this all end finally when he's just somehow out of office where however by whatever means that that that happens it's obviously not it could happen by election since those seem to be rigged. I guess what point kanter going to feel comfortable to be able to just be in his canter basketball player again n. as opposed to dissident essentially one all this stuff and i don't know when is it going to end. Maybe it's going to take my whole basketball career and i know it does yes it does affect my basketball career because when you talk about this issues people clock show lot and you're not going to get contracts. I remember my agency while was talking to nike shoe deal and the nike said oh yes we want we'll be watching and we love and as you want to give them contract but just because of all these things are happening. We cannot contract and it's tough because i just don't know how long it's going to take but <hes> well i know in the end is for good cows. I'm doing this for innocent people. It might take one month might take ten years no but when all that stuff ends when people understand who was right what's wrong and what people understand who's guilty who's not guilty. Then now i will be just focused on basketball you bowl if i have if i don't retire and you've you've set a couple of times this week. I think you know no regrets which must be. I imagine that must be a tough thing thing to a tough feeling though at the same time though because there are consequences which you and your family are feeling on a number of different levels i know that the causes and the principles symbols behind what you're doing are bigger than that so to have no regrets. I understand as abroad thing but at the same time i mean i as i got to think that that's it is tough knowing that you cannot take this stance and be strong in your voice with this without knowing that there are consequences. There's an effect here. Yes there are well. I mean the probably the biggest one with my family because i mean i try to bring him here but they didn't really let them come here because they took their passports away so they cannot travel outside of turkey and <hes> of course. I mean if i look what i what i did. There is notable grits. I'll always tell myself. I wish i could have more you know because i understand my mom my dad order but there are thousands innocent people on jail get in torture and i'm not just saying that all the reports are saying that people are beginning..
"Consumer behavior has changed," part 2 with Alex Canter
"Hiring is challenging but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. It's try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire jefferson graham. You're listening to talking talking tech. I'm back with part two of my interview with young twenty six year old alex kanter. His great grandfather started the l._a. Institution canter's tally way back when in now alex is all about online ordering in how the restaurant industry has changed from all these food apps. He's got a lot of really interesting takes on the changes that have unfolded in front of our eyes have a listen to our conversation consumer soon. Behaviors changing and millennials in general are not cooking as much there. It's so convenient to just open up an app and click one button and <hes> already knows your credit card information where you're where you're located your allergies your order history. It's just a convenience economy. It's a different time time and it's a very exciting opportunity for restaurants that understand how to participate and be involved so gimme reaction here. I'm your i'm your typical candidates customer. The morale like driving there. I like going in the experience. I liked jostling with the acerbic waiter right. I like the halting yet when i if i was to order the food at home. It's gonna shop forty-five minutes later an hour later. It's not a hot pastrami. It's our coldest rami well. It's probably a warm strikes and the goal is really to to replicate the experience in the store but that's obviously very difficult for some restaurants to deal. It's it's really important as a restaurant owner to think about the the right menu for delivery. A lot of restaurants make the mistake of putting their whole menu online including food that does not hold up well travel well. It took a lot of iterating and understanding how what we should be selling in. The first place is how it needs to be package. Not just how it leaves it how it arrives your point and we ended up removing some items from our delivery menu and finding out new ways to package food to keep it crispy hot and there's a lot of experimentation. That's needed but overall. I think what's happening is the actual footprint. The restaurant is going to get smaller. There's no longer going to be a need for large seating capacity and i think more and more restaurants are going song to shift to smaller square footage and really designed for getting food out the door as more and more people are starting to order food from wherever over that located goodbye kibbutz room for those in l._a. Who know what i'm talking about is a classic classic place in i you know it's it's more of a the bar scene of canada's but it's it's the knee. Kanner seats almost six hundred people at once and there's times where it's busy. The join us jumping in both rooms are fully packed but you know there's a lot of days of the week where that second room is is closed or or shutdown others overflow and it's it's not because people are coming in or it's because we're getting less orders. It's just the orders are shifting to off premise and so. We don't need that kind of seeing passing. I'm jefferson graham. You've been listening talking tech. Please subscribe to the show where ever you listen to online audio. I'm on twitter at jefferson graham. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit. From the world old tech hiring used to be hard it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks resumes flipping through them and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier but in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash talk with their powerful matching technology ziprecruiter recruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and actively invites them to apply ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percent of employers who who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash t. e. c. h. t. a. l. k. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.
Restaurant apps are changing the way we eat
"Hiring is challenging but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. It's try it for free. At ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire so alex kanter was born in the kitchen kitchen <hes> as one of the members of the family of the canter's deli iconic l._a. Institution and now he has a firm that helps restaurants the deal with the onslaught of online ordering alex. Thanks for being here so tell us tell us about what is happening at the restaurants. People are going less or or people are hungry in that leaving the home what's happening. Well you pretty much nailed. Near description of the restaurant. Landscape is changing their seven hundred thousand thousand brick and mortar restaurants here in the u._s. And every restaurant is now faced with this challenge. It's an opportunity but it's a challenge to adapt their business for or delivery and what that means is drivers showing up to pick up food. That's placed on ordering apps like ubereats and post meets endured ash and consumer behavior is shifting and people are eating from restaurants more often but it's not always in person it's through these apps and the replacing cooking at home home with opening up grub pressing one button and having food come to the door come to their office just a more convenient way way to connect with your favorite restaurant and it's it's a challenge that canter's deli. My family's restaurant has been faced away and really in two thousand nine when the recession hit us. Our foot traffic was down ten percent. We were forced to figure out new ways to reach customers. I experimented and signed up with all these different online ordering platforms starting with grub hub in the twenty four and fourteen online ordering platforms later thirty percent of our business. Today is now on these delivery companies as a restaurant. That's open twenty four hours. A day canter's i elliott it's been been around since nineteen thirty one started by my great grandfather. Ben kanner and it's been in my family for four generations. My grandfather worked there sixty five five years. My dad pretty much dropped out of high school to take over the family business and he hasn't looked back since and his sister does the hiring and firing his cousin does the accounting really a family business and i grew up working. They're very young age as well. My job was to adapt the business just like everyone else in my family family and along the way we discovered that there's a lot of technology that we needed to bring into the business including our first point of sale sale system having a mobile friendly website just minor updates to bring it into the next generation and delivery was a big component of that but it was very very challenging as a restaurant actually operate fulfill those orders. We're messing up. Orders left and right drivers were showing up to pick up food that that hadn't even been made yet and ultimately we realized we needed a better way to plug into these revenue streams and get the order information information flowing directly into the kitchen rather than to the tablets that were in the front of the house. We had a wall of technology nine tablets laptops laptops and a fax machine just to manage all these incoming orders so you have a company called order bark. We're hearing culver city at your offices order. Mark is the piece of hardware that goes into the restaurants. Tell everybody yes so. I started order mark in january of twenty seventeen with my co founders to solve the exact problem and what we do is we built consolidation device. It's a one tablet and one printer that can go into a kitchen that takes orders from different online ordering platform standardizes the incoming data and feeds it into a single flow directly into the kitchen so today we work with thousands of restaurants nationwide from mom and pops up to very large chains like sonic subway and what we're doing is we're giving them. We're shipping them a single device that they can receive all of these different orders from anwr actually beyond consolidating the orders were plugging them in to all of the online ordering companies that are relevant and the zip code from a restaurant owner listening right now and i say that sounds great how much so this so we charge just a fixed fixed monthly fee on how many locations you have and where you're located. It's about one hundred bucks a month. Per location is where it starts and it it really allows you to receive additional orders because you're being plug into more revenue streams and most of our restaurants actually make out that one hundred bucks a month on the first day of each month alex kanter order marc canter family. Thank you so much for talking tech with us. I'm jefferson graham. You can find me on twitter at jefferson. Graham alex taught people find you on twitter. <hes> i my handle at delhi boy swag <hes> you can find me on twitter instagram and also for order mark. You can just visit order mark dot com. Thanks everyone for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before four it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier but in today's as high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ziprecruiter the scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and actively invites them to apply ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com mm slash tech talk. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash t. e. c. h. t. a. l. k. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.
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