28 Burst results for "Lachey"
Coping with the food landscape during a pandemic
"This is where we are not recording on our kitchen table as we normally do. We are currently speaking to each other looking each other through video recording on like a video chat. And that's why the audio doesn't sound as great as what you know released to. We just wanted to kind of fit together already. Quick Emergency Series to help you navigate. Diet COCCIA BODY IMAGE ISSUES. This weird kind of food landscape that we're in at the moment this weird time full of in dieting tate. We wanted to help give you some good stuff resources positive and saying how you feel better annisten how we doing it say currently I can see Lachey on a video screen. She can say me we've done into these people they sway as well and Yeah I mean how you really naughty how you doing well. I had a bit of a realization yesterday. Thoughts this kind of cycling through lots of different emotions I go. I was reading giggly for example and then I realized that if I stalked and just thought about it for minute that she fading Really Sodom ready scattered semi giggles like tips over NSA crying and the very rapid change in how. I'm feeling which I'm sure that listeners could probably relate is grief so I think I think we're collectively grieving will pass. Lives the wells where we could just step outside the front door Down the street in Kathrina Silva isn't it? The the freedom of both psychologically and physically is on the loss of that is something that I'm I'm ready feeding the moments but I'm okay. I'm alright just so weird. Isn't it how you how are you feeling really similar really? I think the Iranians that I've been looking at on social media like radio impressed an absolutely loving reading people's posts about how that ray enjoy his time to meditate and do yoga Latin language and a new hope night at tonight themselves and I think that's a lovely. I'm one hundred percent not doing any of that because I'm schooling. My children. Work is absolutely just so hectic busier than ever. And when you're self employed you tight what when when you as well so I feel like I'm spending a lot of time walking which is good because I enjoy the WOK and I'm spending a lot of time with the kids and I think this weekend probably be the first time that it really hits me because I've been busy And I'm just kind of getting through hour by hour antiquing list and being with the kids. I haven't really had a huge amount of time to kind of price. That's what's going on in amendment. I'd love to learn mandarin or something like well. It's I think it's really interesting though because I think what this is showing us is. How all kind of natural states respond in a change of circumstances. So you know. I'm finding who accepted the on. Probably a bit more of an introvert than I used to be. So this toll staying home thing. Knock seeing anyone. I am down with that. I'm quite happy to to be at home but I think there's something about the The the list of projects like Oh. Now's the time I can read this thing and do this. E Costa Last year and I can spring clean house. I think but it is a form of trying to take control of your situation in which we don't have any control and that's just all brain just protecting us from that so I think we just need to kind of making the list is enough like to feel like we have some control over the situation. I don't think we actually need to learn them under three interesting sang. That 'cause I'm always say body. Collins is all about body Image Diet Colin and mental health. And how the subjects into secretary parenting on social justice issues on the thing. The thing I really night chased is how when people are anxious it might offend all sorts of different ways people who have made a been an recovered from Diet Coccia or maybe in a eating disorders or disordered eating or a variety around body image. Who've been fine now their anxieties coming back a situation that we have no control an old. She's that they've gone through before and I think he's really interesting. That whole thing about you wanting to gain some control so people looking to gain control by do not nights of high workouts for example which are like everywhere lyman or being where he controlled about that reaching and then that whole feed landscape where the moment where people are shopping in different way and then why that is going to run out or maybe. They've got a lot to of food in the cupboards and then used to having that much freedom competence and that that can be tricky for some people. We've got a brilliant gas dawn today. Hyper Guy who's a campaign? She got an amazing book. I'll link all of her places in the show nights. That hype campaign is dumped scales campaign. She's not over. She just reached over a hundred thousand signatures on her changed all petition. She's campaigning to change the way that eating disorders are diagnosed in the UK. And taking away from how having a minimum white basically in order to help and we have actually talked about her campaign previous on the. Po Costs into a that will share in a minute talks about food. Lion's gate and how to kind of navigate this this weird time from the angle and it might be really helpful if you are recovering from an each disorder old disordered eating or even just you know diet culture which I think. We're all kind of recovering from two CY. Young Son How he's been managing that whole aspect of things not well. I've really noticed. All of those kind of body shaming soft tweets and memes and stuff going around about people saying what their body might be like after this is over on the basis of what you've just said. I you know different Change to our eating habits or exercise habits or whatever I find that really fascinating that that's something that people are focusing on because that sought to sort of direct line between our bodies function on. What's going on out there in the world right now like the idea that health is at such a premium right now and. I don't know I'm still kind of figuring it out. I guess I'm really grateful to be in a body that is healthy that doesn't have underlying health conditions understand. That has a massive privilege in that I think about my friends and my family situations Nano people you do have those underlying health conditions I'm worried for them. But it's it feels like it's kind of a few steps down from about these look like now and that's really fascinating that when we get out of this. I'm ready interested in whether that will just change Perceptions of our bodies. What how we prioritize them. Oh how we perceive them what do you reckon I cannot say Lonnie I can ask really helpful positive looking on I feel like diet collishaw and like some of the FA favorite memes and Jake's have been going round and say like influences like selling immunity boosting recipe ease at which also at the same time. Get Your own point Arabs. I feel like what could could die coach. You don't give us a break. Like the world is on his knees right now. Can we know what just no life for second? I think that I say that says you can point about kind of let's cut like actually practice. Gratitude for bodies can day. I'm on and say these like literally fighting off this invisible virus and and I think that's interesting. I think with it with regards system the means and stuff that I've seen gotten around always see in a situation like this. Humor is is a valid coping strategy. Or how people are dealing with earnings authority over rain via and Huma is often used as a tool for that and I guess it's just a shame the alot of The Hema at the moment that people seem to be finding comforting is around basically fat shaming and I. Guess not just comes back to that thing that we've always said is that like fat shaming and body shaming is like the last bastion of accessible.
Why You Need Trustology
"Really interesting Willie. Our at the moment when it comes to crypto now this is going to a affiliate shortly so paper will still be in the midst of this covered. Nineteen virus that has you locked down and may on lockdown and probably many more people listening to this. Because they're in lockdown. I wanted to so to speak to you today. About is that affecting the market it before we get to that stage A little bit about yourself. Trust in when you started a little shocked System just og back in November twenty seventeen now so well now And that was a with consensus so we started a consensus spoke. Lubin enough to Ye away spun out as a separate legal entity Within BEEN INVESTED BY CONSENSUS. So thank you to them and to Sigma Ventures. Thank you to them to Based out of London Swell of us a cutting code enduring also stuff Yeah and we've been ready kind of waking ready. Huts Custodial will it platform So we say cup. People's case and held them to put transactions through onto it coin theorem and we'll be adding spoiled to other bulk. James like finance shortly as well as looking after kind of assets on exchanges as world helping flakes managed that before that very kind of now Career for a lot of people in crypto half of the people in Crypto works for banks used Iran innovation for UBS Swear I was looking at all sorts of stuff from cool mobile projects looking to security on the streets Moving into kind of machine learning Big dates all that kind of stuff. Undiscovered blockchain also super cool Ended up opening lap at a level nine or UBS where we did a lot of work on small bones and so on Ammon Windy being one Mellon Custody and then tried to tried to stop mining company. Did we just just just energy raw. Have been you've been every women as they cite financing around but I mean all in the same industry. Did you serve when you? Ubs did you jump ship because you saw something. Bigger your bold. What was the raising V to leave your mothers and fathers would call a good job. A styling count it. It's a big step to walk away from From those sorts of organizations what was it. That really inspired you to do that. I felt like I had a once in a life. Chance to try and build something an look Lodge organizations ready kind of a very important function But being very big F you simply cannot say the same wrist yet When you playing a trillion with a pension funds and stuff like that he just socially irresponsible to take the kind of risks startup candidate I wake up with startups in my role back in the banks. Mentoring them will genie to do you. Know to kind of In engineering assistance. Full Bank grade scale But after a year. Raila us that if you are trying to be on Leandro Angel Tech You have to have a go at a small company. The only place that you'll be able to do that in a way. That's except risky is in data system. There's anything wrong with a bank or it's more the fact that quite right. You have to choose the level risk. You want to work on and then said negotiations. I see jewel and others for an Nightclub Stanton. And the word that you used there was was responsible obviously a startup. You is the risk to reward ratio. You take bigger risks than you are looking for bigger rewards. These institutions tend to sometimes not taking bigger risks. And I need to keep chipping away completely. Understand that point of view I guess moving into the actual service itself. Do you WanNa tell us a little bit about who you sane because you've been around for a good couple of years now it's to be around or Saudi accompanying two thousand seventeen in this space. It is and is still be alive. Audits ushered should tied with that to still be around. 'cause many let's face it many of those are see is popped up have also pumped out And then longer around. But you've been around. You continue to move for us to way and it's interesting to say the China the monitoring what sort of changes you say in the space transform of that so two hundred eight years You saying a different demographic coming now to use your product. Yeah absolutely so you know if if you look at the early days he had Ic craze radius kind of crowd funded many way but with very tech savvy people so those not mind for custody that Boyne because GonNa defects that will get into this space Wanted to connect fully control a case just completely respect and they didn't need assistance. We've seen a change in that on the ICS kind of the Public. Lachey gone and his lawyer worry about whether they seem to be securities and so on So instead a lot more private placements but actually we've seen of people who are buying the tokens They now from wider People but they tend to be less technical so they need a little more Holding they're looking for much more school. Two Point Zero experience where a lot of things to handle for them which is kind of what we designed
"lachey" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast
"Didn't understand they're like why would Jessica go all the way to see mark knowing she wasn't going that was part of it you had in there and honestly. I won't so you couple that at the last minute change their mind. They weren't going into it. What they said wasn't what they were going to say. But standing there reading vows mom and dad are in the crowd cameras flowers music past year like okay and you either freak out and say. I can't go through with this or you say yes. This is exactly what I needed to solidify. I do so to your question. Do I think Levine Nikolai? Which is why we wanted to be a part of this. And initially I believe why net flicks approached us. We DATED FOR THE FIRST YEAR. Basically by our phone like we would do the text messages. Were do phone calls. It wasn't like I didn't see him every night and I didn't jump his bones and he. My bonus have like drunken nights out like doing whatever we've just talk. How was your day was good or my day was about what happened You know then it goes into will what you want in life and what he wanted to partner and what do you want a wife and how do you have kids and you start talking about these things because all you have is a phone and so we did that for almost the first year and then when I saw them then it was like the honeymoon? Stage of like physical physical physical. We've solidified now. And actually when we inserted the physical. It became a little more stressful because his body language like the way that I would if I rolled my eyes. He's like are you trying to have a conversation and you're listening to me or vice versa. If he walked out of a room. I'm like I'm trying to have a conversation. You're walking out of the room. Yeah you wouldn't do that on the phone. You know what I mean and even if you did hang up callback sorry yeah So for us we solidify that foundation of lobbying blind with without the physical part and then the physical part was the icing on the cake. So in that same wave with this. I believe it's what made these couples and again. I'm just when we say what we say in the host perspective. Like we're trying to give you the best foundation that truly is communication is what's GonNa make you and artem and you and your husband. Gome the distance you know so if you and Brian can't talk and guys can't communicate your skirt Gosh Right. It's so true. Communications totally foundation. What I found so cute about the shows anytime they all needed to have a serious talk. They'd go in different rooms. Yeah they like him back. They went back to the pot. The Pot know. Exactly it was Jessica and mark and Gina and Damian. Yeah found that they were able to talk more when they weren't because Damian they didn't show this part of the show but nick and I went into each couple's apartment and we had like therapy sessions with them. They would have been so interesting. They should air those deleted. They did one little take because after each day we interviewed them. But yeah we went into each of their apartments and Gina and Damian actually talking to each other through us. So she's like well Vanessa. I tried to like well. Nick if you ask her. She's GonNa say Nick and like we could come back here. I think what they're trying to say is they. Were literally like using a marriage counselor and at the end of the day. I'm like that's the beauty of how they've developed their relationship so it's actually it's brilliant. It is it really is you'd actually. You would totally see Damian. Shut down like I. I remember thinking I go. He shuts down when she acts a certain way. Like you saw. I'm like that's not good tardy but I will say when we saw them at the reunion. So they're back. Well you haven't seen their union but disappeared after the third together together. One Rigor Shave chills again. But and I told NECK I go. This makes me so happy because they weren't together for TV. Like I'm sure people are like. Oh well they're doing this for the show they. The show wrapped believe it was November Seventeenth. And she went to see his family. She says the reunion. I don't think it made the final cut. But she went to his family's Thanksgiving and Christmas and I don't know if you remember. His family didn't meet her brain but after the cameras stopped rolling they she went to visit them and then spent so two holidays back to back right after the cameras stopped and they've been together ever since and is just hear her talk about him and hear him talk about their love. They're so grounded. I have so much respect for them and they let it blossom outside of this so Good I was wondering if they're gonNA get back because I did fly there really passionate in love. Yeah but I did feel like she was a little harsh on him and I could see. That was scaring was probably great for her to watch set up. That's the thing I realized like He. He's rate you know but no woman everyone to hear that. Like crazy and harsh but then when you see it right now but she actually saw reflectively before the show aired 'cause after the cameras stopped filming. She's like you're right. I need you to tell me she said I was so caught up in myself and in this vision of perfect. She wasn't even hearing him. She's like we're GONNA get married. We're happy we're happy. And he's like yes. We are happy he even said in the show he's like. I wasn't going to say no but standing there realizing he said you almost looked like you weren't even seeing us right so he said no at the alter it I don't think he planned on that But they're together and they're they're awesome and look if they don't work out at least they've had these past two years of just really great amazing love to love in your life and how you find that I mean. That's it's so this long without instagram. Ing In facts before the press the PR for the show had to double check. Everyone's because they're like this is about to go global and make sure you have pictures up that. Give any hints of rings or any spoilers so yeah they they couldn't tell anybody slick commend. They weren't really famous right so it wasn't it wasn't sure they told their families or families to know but nobody really knew them but now now it's out but now it's great as people reach out to me. I just want to find love. I mean there's a couple cuckoo birds but for the most part ninety five percent of people are like can I be on season two. I'm just sick of this dating world. This swipe generation. Yeah what Photo Valley. I think I mean that's the thing is I fillet. Love is blind has so many leagues. Because you can have like a celebrity season or just all these different kinds of seasons. Maybe it's just older people are I don't know I like. Us can do so literally older people or you can do same sex relationships or you can do Divorced families who have kids we should do a twins edition and see if twins with the same twin partner. Yeah would be sane like if it's guy would literally expensive twins and then who ends up with? Who Oh Mike. When it come out and meet that guy's fell in love with the twin brothers you twins before at the same time I mean but I started dating. The one in the new data has brother brothers so hot I mean they both really hot still are hot. I seem a Phoenix. Damn twins or so is just saying the same thing. Yeah there was one night where I looked over and she was kissing the twin. You're right I forgot I was like with and we were dating so mean the guy were dating I look over and see her just on the balcony kissing his brother and Mike. Now this is weird go further because it was so weird that I was like okay. You're already like dating dating. We wanted to see the physical side of it if you guys would have both found them like interesting in their personalities yeah their personalities fit both of ours. It's crazy. Andrew was more like Nicole. Elliott was more like me weird could work like Elliott totally turned into a musician. Andrew was professional soccer player. Like one book. Maybe that's it we do. Love is blind Twin Edition. And then if you end up marrying the twin you get a bonus double double double before we wrap. What's next for Vanessa saying? Gosh what's next? Mommy Hood is all of it honestly. I feel like when Nick is added to have kids and we made that the forefront of our life our family everything else is just like the extra blessing you know when he gets to still tour twenty five years later being in the same boy band. We're like that's a bonus and when I get to still do television shows Mike. That's a bonus or movies for the holidays. That's a bonus and now we get to do a show together. Yeah like the fact that we got to travel together and you know how it is you get you know how it is without the baby if you're on a five hour flight you're like this is kind of vacation. What is and if you're with your husband you're like this is really a vacation with the free wine and I you sit down. I'll take a bloody Mary working to watch a movie apple so the fact that we get to work together. It's it's even that much more of a blessing so for us. It's just it's watching. Our kids grow and seeing their personalities develop and our son is so into sports in so I'm just finding the balance of like being the support but also not being the sideline mom who's a good in their orios. I Stop Great. Hey you don't WanNa play. Today that's And just watching them grow and be little people and then. Yeah when the GIGS COMING GO? That's all that they are. They go but at the end of the day. I mean Gosh after seeing you guys I might go home and WanNa make baby number four. Yeah not going to shower. Tam Really Water. Bill just really went up. It's just Mommy Hood and and we're very grateful so and you know. Hey maybe soon it'll be loves two. Yeah Win Win Win. Well we're rooting for you. And we're excited for the reunion. So much for coming on. Podcast I mean I lived on the street. I'll come back anytime. I need to come back next time with Nick. So he into that'll be fine. Thank you guys so much. Congratulations you you. All right. Everyone will now. 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"lachey" Discussed on The Bellas Podcast
"Feel like you know this amazing baby talk but we should talk about the number one show on Netflix. Six love is blind. I mean were you like one I love you and neck together host you.'. So cute together but I I would love to hear the journey and then how probably shocked you guys work because Netflix is so competitive so competitive so we shot this October and November of twenty eighteen. And I know right. This is the first show that nick and I of hosted co hosted together so this was a big deal for us in terms of like okay. We're GONNA do it because you know you can either like love working with your spouse or it can be an absolute nightmare and we did. Miss USA together as a trial run. It was a live. Two our telecast and we were like this is cool like we got each other's backs we finish each other's sentences and we're there for each other to support not to like one up the other person so let's do it so we got this opportunity and we jumped onboard. Honestly look at the end of the day. They had to cut out a ton of our stuff in fact like ninety percent of what we shot. But I'm okay with that because it's not about us. It's not about this setup that we gave the post interview that we had it's about the lovers and the couples which is why I'm excited about the reunion. I mean I know they just said here are one hundred questions we want you guys to get to and it was four and a half hours that we shot it. It was down to an hour. That's going to air. But it was four and a half hours of just me and nick like talking to them and while reminding them about situations that happened and actually on our side getting to be yourselves but on their side for them getting to clear the air So yeah we got to meet them. I was with the women on one side. And Nick was with the men on the other side and then at night. This was actually really great. Marriage therapy we would go to the hotel bar in Atlanta and this is when I started drinking old-fashioned I was never a fan of old fashioned and I was. This particular hotel made the best old-fashioned so we get to old fashioned and we'd sit there and we would just talk for honestly like ours about. Oh my gosh well. Lauren told me this like no way because Cameron told me this my own way. We were doing that while we were filming. I'm like this is this is GonNa be if people even feel an ounce of what we're feeling it's going to be huge because it's when I tell you it's not scripted. I promise you cannot script Carlton No not telling diamond. You cannot script Jessica. Falling in love with Mark Burnett. You cannot script Kelly all of a sudden going. I don't think I can do it. You cannot script. Yeah any of these situation. I mean you can but not with regular no emotions that you feel. The Tears. Were all real. The laughter was all real. You could tell too and I think green bean reality stars like I could pick up on scripted and non so quickly like that's there's a lot of reality shows. I won't watch because I'm like this is so set up. Yeah I think that's got so hooked on your guys this show and you guys were so genius on taking like the break. I would wait like the bachelor weight that week as a draw you know. I felt it was so real and I was just. I think it's a really effective. Is that you guys have been reality. Tv So you know. Hey we're going to need you to come over here. You can't ask a grown woman Jessica to say Jessica. I need you to go over here and hit on Burnett. She's lucky and go. You're crazy that she's like hey just making sure I give so much credit Chris. The Creator He also does Married at first sight and he let it breathe. If that makes any sense which I breathe in reality they time with Bellas. You have to let it breathe honestly. That's why it took so long. It was two months of breathing footage. So if you think about the thousands of hours of footage that they had and they had to go through and that's why ultimately there were other couples that get engaged and we. You can't follow everybody and so you just you hope for the best and they got a great show. They knew back then. We're going to launch it. Hopefully Valentine's Day twenty twenty and I was like what I remember thinking at the time. Are you kidding me? This is crazy and now it's here and it's out and people are loving it. Yeah Roco was making me. Think of just come Barnett like if you are someone who knows body language like she would have the shady hunch like yeah when people are behind her and I want people to hear but like CAIRN. Yeah there you forget that you're a how many times that's the other thing like the camera guys weren't being shady but th-they were like hiding behind a poll and you forget your might forget. How many times do you have to tap yourself? You're like yeah literally. I grabbed my grabbed Mike because I always have a mike on my chest when shooting and grab myself and Michael. I'm not feeling right now so we can just see grant or whatever they forget that because they were regular people just under your brand new forget. It's funny because my girlfriend texts me. And she goes literally Jessica's making me cringe and put all these emojis. I immediately knew she was talking about. Yeah Yeah Go Jessica who or what did I knew she was talking about the show and I feel honestly like in the reunion. I feel she was the most cringe-worthy and she'll tell you herself but after the fact she was the most self reflective she's like I can't watch the rest of it I've learned a lot. She's like a custody much. I drink too much. This has been a massive lesson for me to see it from Arthur person's perspective on one hand. I'm like I'm so sorry that you had to go through them the world as well but I'm so glad and proud that you can see that on the other side of it you know what I mean. Totally so But yeah she Let's say you haven't seen it yet but a minute twelve. There's a little Amber Jessica way. We were literally. We started the interview and she was like that was trifling. I am not wait for that. Those two are going to brawl. It's just something's going to happen but the nice thing with just what she has. Snow is like the Bellas on our shows. We drink sometimes to match. We always self reflect after watching this season coming out. I haven't had a total bream own moment. I've had a few drunk and they've been more fun and playful not crazy. What I'm saying. Is this season coming out? I have a total lake senior in high school drunk moment. Actually I would say maybe younger than I get so drunk like over five six seven two kilos. I don't even know but are getting to not only is one of our like our first big fights and the cameras are rolling but like high school fights at a Salsa Club where I sort aggressively salsa dancing with other guys with boobs out spinks out like because that's going to get back at thrown around when I saw the footage I I mean I was crying laughing because a breezy and like knowing her thoughts but then I go. I'm so humiliated. I can't believe the whole world's GonNa see this drunk mediator which never work to her talking drum voice and then we talk with like. I don't know what happens. You get drunk way. Your makeup goes but it goes somewhere else on your face my own. You know his should be in a relationship like I mean. I'm hearing myself talk and wait so I actually love this. I have a question so you guys I mean you have a hand in your show we do and I do love that. You didn't see that and then say I'm mortified and I'm GonNa cut it. Yeah you were like. I'm going to hear this because this is real. This is my life. This is our life and this is part of my relationships. Totally when Brunei became executive producers. That was the one thing we said each other. Is that when we at we have to look from producers point of view and Nodar selves? And there've been so many times where we've wanted to edit things but we're Lake. This is real. It's relatable and it's some good shit so we immediately. When I saw this stuff especially to see our autumns reaction was I'm like Oh man when I wasn't gonNA going from three. Am EP all my drunk moments of stage. Yeah and so there. Are Those moments that we keep him on have been so tough but we know like it makes people relate because we've all had no. I hope at the end of the day we have at the end of the day. That's why people love you is because you are so relatable and so real and nobody wants to see this picture. Perfect cookie cutter life. Yeah they know it's not real right. It's so true crew. Will you and nick are so downer? Do guys have always been and I feel like everyone sees that with you as you like feel to even we dancing with stars. I just feel like from day one since I've known you but even before not knowing you guys you guys were always known as just such a down to earth couple and people and now comfortable's thank you. Yeah and it's rare to get that in entertainment you know it's like especially with power. Couples intimidate power couple of power. Couple thank you. That's really really feel comfortable. Don't you know you know I think the thing about how nick is? He's cut from a different cloth from most guys. Not all guys but most guys. He's been in this industry for decades and I can say that because like older men. It's sexy right. And he hasn't been jaded by it and he hasn't. He knows who he is. He knows what's important to them which is always family first and now I'm that I'm his wife and we have three kids and I. He's so grounding to me and I'm like you know I'm the other side of it. That's spinning around him. And he's just there has Moore's exactly right the end of the young but no. It's so funny because today. Actually there's this whole thing about how he's introduced himself. Did you go? I saw some of the wrestlers. Were tweeting. It it's so like I just when I see people's names I know it strikes me different. I love ought to tell. Nicb wrestlers are tweeting about their favorite line of the season of love and line. I'm Nicholas obviously rate. That's what he said. Wasn't it so anybody who knows neck or knows I'm nick? He's down to Earth real guy and truly what he was saying was being super sweet as a husband. That's what I took it as so when I tweeted and I'm like no he's set up because she said her name burs has a husband husband but he's instead of saying I'm obviously her husband. Nick O'Shea said I'm obviously Nick O'Shea her husband and it's so funny and you know what we had a good laugh this morning and he's like this show. This is a testament to how this show has literally taken a life of its own. Wrestlers are tweeting about it on a random great. I think last week. That's only tweeting about it and I was and that was I think I thought of like nobody. He didn't mean it like that because I didn't even think twice about because I knew what he was saying he was being acute husband. Yeah that's so funny. Well I'm hoping for season two. So are we there better? I mean there has to be a good question. Do you believe love is blind I do. I do believe it's a big part of it. I agree like obviously this was. That's why when we say obviously an experiment people don't understand so we didn't make anybody propose we said you have the opportunity to propose that's on you and they're like why would I propose will. At the end of the day you could potentially lose this person forever. I know you don't think that you've never met them. When they leave this experiment themselves. They might be changed person they might want to move on or they might find somebody else. Do you want to risk that? So that being said we had a believe it was eight proposals. But we've all the six and at that point you're not locked into the show so once you propose then you had to go to the altar that so people.
Fashion History Now
"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that
Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020
"So love is blind the task at hand so it's a dating reality TV show. Our the premise is people at first like D. Don't get to see each other and they get to talk. How does that make love grow? So love is blind. Elo and Vanessa and Nick O'Shea won't stop saying is loved lines and you're like that is not how the scientific concept of that works but I'm going to let you of it and also like this. You can almost hear the pitch meetings for this show. That's like in an age of tinder and and like seeing. Someone's photo before you ever learn anything else about them like this show you know you can hear how they think. This is extremely radical. And I don't know how to tell you this it is kind of radical but we're GONNA get there in the execution of course not nothing's radical and execution Also we are going to talk about how it's not radical it's very. It's like other cultures. Do this but you know so. You have these contestants who are all conventionally attractive people and to be clear actually the knock eventually intractable. They're all hot like I. It took me like three episodes to realize that everyone was hot because I was so focused on another kind of madness about the show that that had not registered for me at because a show like this is radical. Everyone looks a little bit different. But you're like oh everyone's hot and everyone conveniently lives in the same city so you don't like your the parameters are already like narrowed down to what we're doing. Everyone has a If you watch the bachelor or the Bachelorette you know the job. Titles are always like the best part of the show. This also does not disappoint. Everyone is like a content creator or business owner or a regional manager or just like guys one guy's Kyron just says sales referring to myself as a regional manager just like literally could be anywhere and all of these people are like that so the men and the women are in two separate quarters doned up. The show is really literally about the fact that like Heterosexual people are not okay And they need so much help but so men and women are segregated and then they get to like go into these like upholstered pods and then they like they date like through frosted wall basically. Can I pause here for word about the pods? Every time someone says the Word Pot ice cream yes right portable on demand storage is what I think not to give a shout out to someone who is not advertised on our show but but there is a very funny thing which like okay so full disclosure. You know how like Non Reality TV FLUENT. I am but the last reality show I watched was the queer season of. Are you the one and the first thing that I clocked and laughed at which is also like I think a common element in like a lot of the kind of performing competition reality shows. Is this like hilarious and excessive use of neon that is like supposedly responsive to things that are happening on the show so in like are you the one they go into like a booth to be like are you in fact a match and there's like glowing lights and on and on love is blind. It's like you know we see from above the pulsating outlines of the pod and I'm just like this is such a funny. It reminds me of like seeing people using a computer in a movie in the nineties where it took root seeing things that are like vaguely looking SCIENC- because this is how reality TV works like you are you're accurately honing and on the design of confessional space like this always this like weird design thing always gets deployed well and also it's like this kind of visual way of underscoring like the false premise of the show. That's like there's something scienc- at work here. You know what I mean or like. There's some like greater force at play than just like alcohol. Anyway and Vanessa Lachey greater or it's that's big greater force 'em play here. I was very skeptical. I have to tell you like nothing. What have I not watched like nothing? Stresses ME OUT ON TV anymore? It's like sure you want to do immigration fraud. I'm here for it you want to. I don't know like eat your feelings on TV. I'm here for you. WanNa get like plastic surgery. I'm here for it this show though. This is wild. This is truly wild so people start dating and as suspected when you don't have the stimulus of seeing what someone looks like weird barrier between your if you're open to it people get vulnerable and I like I really disoriented me and then and then I put my thinking cap on and I was like. Oh the reason this show feels like great me and the reason I actually love it as this is just like the Hal version of Love Island. You know like Oh. I was raised in a Muslim home. I know exactly what's going on here. dating in a supervised location check. Never seeing each other until you're in a committed relationship. Check GET PARTITION. Getting married within like two to three weeks check. Check drama for your entire family. Did it like everything here is like this is the most a Muslim TV show that has ever existed before. And so the idea that you know like everyone is like. Oh this is so different. So revolutionary and so whatever and it's like no no like people in other cultures like kind of like this and there is a case to be made for. If you say that you are ready to settle down. There are a lot of societal mechanisms to help you get there right but this is wild. I WanNa talk a little bit about the thing you said about how this setup encourages vulnerability because one thing that I just kept thinking about is like you know the noted phenomenon wherein heterosexual men rely on their romantic partner to be their emotional lifeline for everything right. Like I'm not saying this is every heterosexual man but like as a default studies showing flaked almond. I in fact saying not all men but also statistically like men who are married to women are basically like I'm only emotionally close to my wife like that is definitely documented phenomenon. If you were in my office right now you would see lights flashing as a scientific point in my national booth over here. The light is green yes exactly. It's like she exciting science and one thing I was really struck by is like it really felt like a distillation of that phenomenon. Where like every time I heard one of these male contestants say something like oh I just find myself opening up to her. It's like yeah like yes. Of course I'm going to do here. Exactly and the sequence in one of the early episodes where the contestants are gender segregated so the the women live with other women and the men live with other men and they can see each other and hang out. It's not like a complete pod situation and you know they they edit in the scene where the women are talking about like. What do you think the men are doing right? Now as they sit around and talk about their feelings and one of the women goes probably a push up contest or something and then of course they have footage of all like the men's side of the summer camp or whatever and they are doing various feats of strength and not talking about their feelings. And I have to tell you. I have a question for you on the on the men's feelings front about this show so there is a guy with kind of like a scraggly beard is seen in emotional conversation with the men on their side of the camp. Rory yes and you think rory contestant or as the therapist working for the show so happy you bring up rory because this is so relevant to so much about the show because the minute that I started watching it and I started feeling all these feelings that what is the first thing that I do. I start reading about the production because the people who are manipulating me. So you're bringing tears to my. I just love you so much. He's reading about the past the show.
"lachey" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"That was in November. So now he's opened up a bar and woman so he has delayed his moving plans Until he figures out like what's going on there he says he just can't really leave right now so yeah it's yeah for sure he would. Yeah our that was. Our original plan was for him to have already be moved down here. So and how did you decide decide to choose Charlotte and moved to starlet. Well he went to college here and he has a lot of a lot of friends and you know things here. There's nothing for me in Wilmington. I just moved to Charlotte. My Life is here in Charlotte Wyatt. I'm saying why did you move to Charlotte 'cause I saw like a like clips. Then you're I'm in Charlotte now and kind of like. Oh Charlotte's cute. But like I didn't choose it. Paul Ryan's best friend is my business partner who I do my online workout offices so we met actually a tangled web we weave. We met on tinder and over a year ago last October. And we met and started up this idea for Not as active which is an online twenty four minute daily Workout Program so oh we filmed these videos every single day. We've already done a whole year's worth of them and I was back and forth Charlotte all the time so I ended up getting an apartment here And then I just realized that I wanted to be here permanently and it was just easier for me. I'm better for me so yeah wait your business partner. Ryan is chased his best friend and you met Ryan on Tinder. Yes as a potential love interest. Well we went out to dinner but we ended up talking about fitness and then we just went home it worked out so he did. He know who you were as far as that. You read the show when now when we first started talking no oh and then like a couple of days later. I guess you'd call me on Instagram. He was like your Amos. Oh He's calling me right now let me let me decline him. He was like Eh. You're famous and I was like so no. He didn't know at first. But yeah by the time we met he did and are you gonNa have like bridesmaids bridesmaids and all that while see yes but like cheeses a lot more traditional Then I am in a sense like I want my bridesmaids or my bridal party to be like Todd Towel Buddy Heather actually like my best friends and I think chasing that's weird to have is teaming. Yeah and I'm like but they're my most important people like I don't have Albany other girl for like I'm not gonNA take like some acquaintances from high school just to have like another girl like in the you know all too. Well I I could do it. You WANNA founded. I'm on the hunt for new girlfriends. So yeah we I mean all those little like details and things I think we also have different ideas about Like I thought it would be to have a joint bachelor bachelorette thing. He did not think that would be fun. So Oh yeah I he'll WanNa go to like Vegas or like Miami or something crazy which to me. I'm like let's go up to the mountains and get a cabin like we can order stripper. It's like Louie a little bit of different ideas. I think all the details well. I think that'll be really fun. And they hope we see it and you do the whole I love yes to the dress. I watched that like. It's always on like Saturdays when I'm on the road doing standups I'll just have it on all day. Yeah and I'm like crying saying I love. I love yesterday so okay. So you've got this whole fitness thing going. Do you ever think about like where you want to be in the next five years years as far as like your career we could do want the show to continue what you want to like. Take a break from it. Well now that we're on season seven. I do feel like it's so stupid. We have to get season ten. or I'll feel like I'm a failure or something but I always said I guess I would do the show for as long as they'll we'll have me and I still feel that way Now if it was you know obviously things last forever. Though in like twenty years I wouldn't feel that way but yeah I would love to just keep doing the show. I do have online dance program. I haven't workout program. I am also studying to be a personal trainer to get gin. So that's exciting. Even if that doesn't happen which I think it will. What's great about today? Is that you have a large social media following so you're still gonNA get plenty of Free Shit. Don't you worry. Funny actually. Don't get a lot of staff. Well then you need to work more. I don't know how because I don't either but I'm just saying I would think someone one with that amount of followers and stuff but you know who knows I was so now. What about the kids situation because you talked about that recently on your instagram yesterday and you have an infertility issue? So is that if you do you want to have kids and if you were to do that would you be able to have a biological biological child through a surrogate or what right. Yeah well obviously In terms of actually having kids The decision that chase the night would would have to make an. I don't know where exactly we are there but I definitely have always felt that I don't want the opportunity to be taken away for me. I am thirty five. So you know lights in the forefront of my mind that if I want kids I should get started pretty food. I've never actually tried to get pregnant so I'm not sure if I hood chances are it would be very difficult because of my P. C. O. S. Even if I were to what's the word. August extract my surrogate or or whatever which actually went to specialists and that's what he Had recommended for me. But there's no guarantee I mean there's no guarantee like you don't know how hard it is going to be I feel like when I really get started trying if it comes to a point where it's just so difficult. Maybe I could accept that like it's not meant to be but I I mean I don't know I just have and you don't know if you're open to adoption or not oh I certainly Liam but I I've looked into that as well and internationally. There's almost no countries that would give me their babies because of my weight. So that's an issue really. Yeah I wanted to. I really wanted to adopt a Korean child. I always had that my mind cause I lived in Korea for almost five years and I looked in Pacific specifically Wrigley to a lot of like Asian adoption. And Yeah might be is. There's no health. Requirement is just the BMI requirement BMI stands for body Mass Index. For that in a Oh yeah so you have so you could be skinny and have high blood pressure high cholesterol and diabetes and they will give view a baby but if you have a high BMI they won't give you a baby so it's not. I mean let's be clear like I said it's not a health requirement it is literally just a BMI requirement that it knows Downer. Nothing's yeah I mean that's just you know fact discrimination in practice obviously. So that's that's upsetting. That upset me a lot lot because and also most countries have you know other stipulations. Like you've gotTa have got to be married for five years You'd have been diagnosed with a mental illness including depression in which I have eighteen so there were so many roadblocks and thank God like I'm trying to raise a baby that doesn't have a mother like not as easy for me as I thought that it it could be. Of course I have so many amazing fans I got so many messages from people all over the world being like I will. I will be your surrogate. I will have a baby for you. I will you know it was really amazing. You know yeah they love to give you a baby actually. Yeah now I think about that I think in some way. Yeah if we really want to baby. Someone's GonNa give us some one way or the other. Well I do. Think like if someone tell with friends with fertility issues and stuff and one of the most you know apeaceful things that someone said to. My friend then ended up having to kids but was like look. If you really want to be a mom you will be and just know that. And and if you're not sure and you go well we'll see if it works if it doesn't I'm cool with that that's great. That's great if you're not so like since it's I was five. This is what I imagine you know. And that's really heartbreaking if someone does it become apparent and that's what the vision so I think. That's great. Well Whitney I loved talking to you I think your show is great. Everybody it's TLC. Every Tuesday night you're a couple episodes in you. Have lots left. Follow Whitney. What's your instagram? Because you do a great instagram. So they could follow you. It's Whitney way for yes. Follow her and look what she's he's doing to get people moving and healthy and check out all her stuff and thank you so much and I hope I one day in person this great talking to you absolutely. Thanks so much good talking to you bye bye all right you guys. Thank you for joining me. Make sure that you check out the rebel dot net for Patriot in my live shows and I will see you soon..
"lachey" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Those tickets. San Antonio Texas February fourteenth and fifteenth breath be there. That's two shows a nights. A four shows total four parties that we can people palm beach. Improv March. Six eight and San Francisco which was just announced bounce and selling really fast. That's cobs March Twentieth twenty-first and O N we're going to be selling my merch that you've been begging for at the Washington. DC shows okay and that is the adorable. I'm `a delight hot pink water bottle. I get stopped everywhere. The Pot socket the straws does and the very cute that keeps your wine cool which says let's rip it. So that's all available at the DC shows this week so I will see guys. They're we're speaking of parties. You know whose mother throws a better party than my mom. Pat McDonald Kylie Jenner. Oh my God so oh story had her second birthday. A lot of people were really freaked out by this big baby head. Blow up thing. You'd walk in through the party because she instagram. The whole thing Kylie but I guess it really is part of the Dad. What's the DAD's name again? Travis Scott is the dad who who he did a similar thing with his own head for like a music video but this party was the most extravagant thing that her head was dolls goals there was a whole merch store of just stormies party and it was really insane but my thought was listen to one hundred and sixty million instagram followers. Stormy has her own Palette and make a pallet and so this was clearly going to be a write off I would think they would be able to write it off or people would be giving it to free cell who cares really But it was a little. It was a little insane but Cardi B. was there and her daughter culture and you know what have fun go on an amusement ride at this thing who cares but stormy is cute but this also my question how many eye shadow palettes to someone need I. I think of using the same eye shadow pallet going on like three and a half to four years I understand if you want one pallet of like some funky colors. I don't know if these people are collecting them. Almost like you would collect like hot. Rod cars is or cabbage patch kids. I don't get how many people have shadow palettes and is eye shadow inexpensive inexpensive thing to make or I. I don't know because I just think about how. How Long I? I don't know that I've ever even gone through an entire fire. Eye Shadow pod and Ben like Oh. I'm out of that shadow anyway. Stormy has got her own shade okay super bowl or an talk about the Super Bowl Party. It'd be the actual watching so it was Jaylo and the only people that we care about the halftime optus show Jalen Shakira. And at first. I'll be honest. I was like okay. I get Jaylo. But why does she have to share the limelight with Shakira. I I didn't really get it I love Shakira. I think she's great. I feel like out of the limelight for a while. She doesn't have like a new hit. And if I'm I'm wrong right me angrily I don't care. I think she's super talented. I just didn't really get it but then I liked it that it was two women to Latinas doing it. But when I was watching Shakira Shakira full disclosure. I was like all right. Where's my Jaylo like? Let's get to jail so she cared as a couple of songs and it's a great great job okay. I'm just saying I was more into Jaylo Jaylo. I've seen I just. I love her. Look her hair everything so she starts Danny dancing around. And she's wearing that black outfit and I did not realize she had her silver outfits under it so as she's leaning over in like pretty much at G. string bottom. I saw this shiny stuff and I'm like that it looked like a maxi pad. It looked like like like she had a big big Maxi Pad. And then have you ever worn a maxi pad with G. string it's very uncomfortable and difficult and but sometimes you just have to do it and it's like it starts getting sticky on your thighs and whatever that's what I that's what it looked like until she stripped down and then she was in the tiny outfit and at some point in watching it with drake my seventeen year old and I said you know she's fifty years old. He's like wow and I go I mean. She's a little older than I am. But does she really look that much better than I do. And he's like yes she does. I'm like well your offs pretty hot and pretty useful looking so whatever so we see her dancing. A lot of people had a problem with the crotch featuring the crotch a lot. I didn't have a problem with it. I don't like that dance move. That seems kind of like a male thug. Like dance where they grab their crotch like almost like doc almost like I'm walking with a limp. Like she she had like the pimp cane a little bit like all right but all in all I liked the girl power. I love that her daughter got up there and saying and the daughters talented as she should be. Okay her parents Mark Anthony and Jaylo you you know. My son Brandon has agreed to do the reenactment of on my instagram. And you guys better be. Follow me on instagram. Grab like working my ass off. Kelly do so many videos a week. The content churning out is amazing. And it's honestly moving at a snail's rate. Okay I I mean I'm not even at two hundred thousand people and it's like an entire. TV show is my instagram. Okay so I don't know what I know. There's people who are listening right now that have not follow me on instagram. And there's a way for me to find out who you are and I'm going to find out who you are and you will no longer be able to listen to the show just kidding. There isn't the technology yet but anyway just follow me. It's Ad Heather McDonald anyway. I posted the greatest TV show ever Showbiz moms and dads. It's from one of the first years that Bravo even existed and there's a kid and his and his What do you call his mom? WHO's Showbiz Mom And what would they call them. They wouldn't call them Showbiz moms and they'd call him. She's a stage mom. Yeah his stage mom and So it's hilarious and Brandon. I are going to reenactment. And he reenacted. He's agreed to do it. You know have no Jaylo. And he's not a girl but we're going to make this work okay. I'm going to exploit these kids to last thing. I do anyway thought to did well. Some people thought it was too sexy. It's a kid. Show a come on. Who cares she they did great? It was good girl power. Speaking of girl power. I don't know offices such good Getting I think there should be a girl code. Let's not let's talk about girl Code Retard Girl Power Tova Girl Coat. We've talked talked about this a little bit on the show. Okay on social. Media Brand Glanville has tweeted and hinted that she and Denise Richards words have apparently had a little romantic liaison at some point. Denise has not responded at all and this is what we believe this next season is going to touch upon well last or was it Friday night brand new tweeted so right before Brandy tweeted. Denise Richards tweeted hey I need help any he. Good tagline ideas for me something that effect and no. I didn't quit and right after that went up brandy tweeted. I've got one one if anybody anybody. That's looking good real housewives tag lines. I've got one for you quote. I might be married to a man but I'm still allowed to eat pussy. Well everyone went crazy. They screen-grabbed it. It got a couple of hundred responses before someone who cares about brandy got to her and made her remove it. I mean she really is amazing. Go wrote a book called drinking tweeting. I mean she's really living up to what her brand is So I it's just. It was pretty crazy and a lot of people were like. Wow so we'll see what happens but brandy knows how to bring it and you know she's feeling shut out and pissed about it and I think that whatever happened to niece's feeling like betrayed by brandy whether it was they got together or she confided in her or whatever But that's what you get. That's what you get when you go on these shows. It's not just free trips and past APPs and flat. Tomi T. ADS on instagram. You you also are selling your soul to the devil so that we can watch it Pretty Pretty Juicy right there. I'll tell you okay I am I read a lot this weekend on the Harvey Weinstein Trial. I'm GonNa tell you what I recall. I may mess facts. The this is the juicy shit. Eighty to ninety women came forward. Okay of those eighty and ninety women throughout like the last up to like seventeen years ago or so Where these women said that? He assaulted them variations of assault by the way They the prosecutors in New York. I think only Following up with two people and in La La. It's only two or three people. Those were the only cases that the prosecutors felt were solid enough which is really kind of insane but you know they have to win the case so in these stories that these that the two women are saying I mean you just oh my God and and maybe the a lot of them didn't WanNa come forward either or go through with it all because they may have come they may have shared their story and then when they really thought about doing a trial being cross examined they may have just said you know what I just want to be done with it and you really can't blame them so in the two stories I recently read about One girl was there and It was to meet with him in a meeting and he like immediately as her sitting down went up her skirt and like I guess like fingered her than she. She was so shocked. And he's like I should know or she got up and he's like oh I'm sorry. Sorry sorry then. He made another meeting with her in which she went. So the main witness to talk about is It just command and it sounds I mean. Her story is horrible and brought many gasps in the courtroom but what I think I think is going to be challenging for. The prosecution is the relationship that continued after and they involved emails. That were quite complimentary on her part to him like. Oh I'm bummed. I missed you and I remember with that one. And then also always great to see your smile. And they've had psychiatrists psychologists. I guess attest to the fact that this is normal that when someone has a traumatic rape happened with someone that they we have no not a stranger in the street but some they know that sometimes they do continue a relationship after the initial rate to normalize it somehow somehow in their head and also out of fear of the person that originally raped them so like really careful what I say because it's obviously a very sensitive subject and I have never been in this position. I'm just looking at it as someone who's read some articles and just really wondering how a jury will in fact Decide on these cases because he has a top notch defense team and part of the defense is going to be a strategy of like. Hey jury look at this unattractive disgusting old man and look at these beautiful women. Nobody.
"lachey" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast addition of purpose do Xiv Halloween with Nicholas Shea and bear open to thus burst onto the scene with hits like the hardest thing and when he took his shirt off he calls Ooh best introit use season of running wild with bare girls. Premiers on National Geographic on November fifth please love outfits worn down as an accessory I like it you're good bar is currently empty but soon we're gonna be expecting some trick trick or treaters we throw candy at the trick or treaters so just that's what this is for we just the scariest thing happened Ramona showed up take a look this is like fash fashion indeed thank Arlen it's time to kick off our life as a cab Blu Ray costume contest Silas and the fence that he had sex wet through and then it's Amanda as lady the very good it was here's what three things I'm going to start tonight I being forced to eat snakes and bugs sounds like the eating them or not in around of we can't bear it okay skunk how Antelopes blood yes real you've a beaver tail never eaten the really do they eat you from the inside out singing with seeming they parana yes eaten the testes of allow so what about acute chipmunk can you eat one ah wild bear sewing adventures by celebrities ooh okay who's more wild services saying anything all right so what am I kate Hudson or Kate winslet Lincoln Brown or chatting channing Tatum channing return the second time to seize worded or Courtney Cox that's I stopped President Barack Obama drew brees when Obama had like is is haunted tonight by the ghosts of Knicks Ninety eight degrees bandmates the first question please Jeff Timmons which so far back we're going we go back whenever you want new kid I would go with so five way overrated yes was wherever sure we did we did those guys he's great what okay here's is there I wish ninety degree saw Gosh Offering Jessica recently that because now she'll be the first to say that she was not a fan of ninety degree she was more in the in sink groupie it's more trick or treaters WHO's here everybody this is my assistant south's oldest Cohen and all the Guber Knicks Opel as well Oh originally what are you saying Saaremaa yes that's what I thought bear Leslie t one soon how many times you've his fetish I've met a few over the years you have and that all cellos yes bizarre trump's whistle blower the dow that's amazing TV's newlyweds is awkward when Fans WanNa Talk to you about your hit reality really knows who who you are as a person so all of that chapter in my life is obviously closed it does fascinate me though that it's been fifteen years I think people are still do ya that's a that's a buzzkill she doesn't love that or do I yes okay let's go to Allie and my question is for bear and it is when you proposed to your wife skinny dipping in the uh-huh I did I did propose to my wife naked in the C. Okay seemed like a guy that's worried about shrinkage to me I I think it was it was a cold uh-huh before he stresa per my best foot forward true oh boy well let me start by saying this is definitely I would say that you and I are equal musicians oh my God Sean Spicer Dancy with the order for a trick or treat for Andy this is though it's like a birthday party no now I mean Flerfu crew call a rope we know we're starting we know where we're ending and the rest the fun part is at the end there's a smile Watson Andy my question is for Nick did you ever yeah that was that was an interesting one because because I was I was hosted with Kelly and we played Kim and to say that that she's my ex is a little bit of a liberal use of the Mt we we went on one really and did she like it she left about halfway through so D- And after you left the theater did you to get back at someone or something you know this was this was early on in the in the in the court Ashen GonNa be playing her on TV and yes okay very good well that was a fascinating judge Reena over there I got this drag Sean Spicer I've Oughta give it to Tinsley we got a bunch of got and Bradley Cooper who are really amusing me and of course Chelsea Piers as is live costume out before you it Oh my God I mean I mean Sean Spicer wishes anyway let's go back to the phones for Nicholas Shea from America's most musical hello Andy and I know you gotta be feeling hot in there ninety degrees on do you think trump would last if he was on running out with you and how yeah I think trump would last hey whatever our ten he's ever give up you're gonNA be there at the end and let's the ever hooked up with anyone from despite spills or if anybody how are we never actually toured with them clubs seven no up erasing okay Gretchen from Minnesota Gretchen. What's hug you convince Courtney but did you convince Courtney Cox to eat a scrotum and we were tired and hungry so I tried to kind of make it as palatable as I could so like a tea bag and then dumped in the boiling water they swelled roar essays respect to her she's she goes God hungry you'll we come across you know we've got to get some food along the way and always fresh lamb I'm going to make an amazing barbecue you're GonNa love it I know Katy what's your question Hi Eddie my questions for Nick Gosh most traumatizing moment I would have to say probably dancing with the stars do and then being just ripped apart for it right yeah it was it was not new on was your wife is.
Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know
"Kind of dropped a whole bunch, more information on just before three starts, or stadia, the streaming service that we originally knew as product stream and his grown into this, this own monster its own creature that's going to be delivering video games to us. Sometime this all? And so we got a bunch of information, so we wanted to go ahead and talk about it. I'm joined fi- gaming editor Jennifer lock. I think is actually sexually your first time on the central. Yeah. I've never been on it for so, well, this is going to be a lot of fun. No pressure anything. It's a lot of pressure. And also joining us again to talk about stadia again is actually Carly lachey from all of our sites. Yes. Hi. So we got a ton of information today. I figured we were kinda dive right in and see what parts. We liked and didn't like in what we still don't know about yet to, to kinda sort this out. I guess the I guess, maybe the most important thing is the price seemed to be like the big thing that people weren't super sure about, like they had seen some of the details about the streaming service, but they like seemed like the biggest question was how much is this gonna cost me? Yes, actually, because it's supposed to be like a kind of free for all platform, ten dollars fair. I think but I wouldn't buy game separately, if I'm also paying ten dollars a month. I don't want to pay more for a game. Yes. So, so the pricing details are, are a little on the confusing side, their stadia pro which is the big thing that they're pushing today for peop. To preorder starting starting right now. And it's it's ten dollars a month, and you get access to a couple of free games when when you start off. You just get access to the one free game, which we'll talk about a little later and then there's going to be more added as part of that subscription. But then you can also buy games kind of Allah cart. Whatever game you're excited about we don't know what the prices of those games individually are. But you can buy those games and all of those games are playable. If you have the right internet connection at four K six firms per second on a ton of different things. We originally thinking this was just going to be on the chrome cast ultra start. But it turns out that it's going to be the chrome cast ultra, it's going to be just about anything with chrome web, browser and the pixel three and perhaps more surprising, the pixel three the kind of ultra cheap pixel, that was just released at Google. Yo is also going to support at launch with more. Phones kind of expected later, and there's also something to note that I think with stadia pro this grip shin you get like some free games in some discounted games. They mentioned exclusive discounts on some games later, but didn't really break down, what that was. I mean that could be pretty cool. I soon as similar to what a PlayStation, plus does currently. Yes, so similar to similar setup there, where you can get kind of some some discounts on games at probably older games where the discount isn't going to be quite as big as the although I guess, probably to start off. They're going to they're going to try and get people excited about a couple of games. But separate from stadia pro is something that will be available. Later will not be available at launch in November. Is stadium base and stadium base is just the ability to purchase a game play stream it from from anywhere. And that there's no there's no monthly service included in that. But you are only limited you're limited to ten eighty p streaming as thank with the parole plan. You get like surround sound or something, which you don't get with the base. Yes. Five months around sound, five point once around somewhere. Whereas you get a stereo audio with the with stadium base, so the stadium basis something where if you wanna pick up a game you can play anywhere. But if you want the best possible experience, the they're gonna charge, you this ten bucks a month. And it's ten bucks a month in the US twelve bucks a month in Canada. But it's supposed to be the kind of the equivalent of tenuous dollars in fourteen different countries when it launches yet, I think it's interesting to have the base launch a lot like sometime in twenty twenty and a lot later actual date. Yeah. It's, it's obviously like their tests. They're doing a sort of rollout launch something more gradual. I think like the fourteen countries is also just a way to like really tests like all the latency stuff in the actual product before they really go wide because while while it's available in fourteen countries in the US is one of those countries you can't play in Guam, or Hawaii, which is they're just like internet connections in those places are just not great. So trying to guarantee any kind of quality in those places is a real challenge, regardless of what you know, hardware. You've got. Yeah. Plus, there's no there's nothing so far for any Asian countries either right? Yeah. So there's, there's a lot of limitations for, for where, but but, you know, fourteen countries seems like a stronger role out that I think I was initially expecting a the, the original test for project stream was was located just in the US. You couldn't do it outside. Of the US at all. So it's cool that they are at least aware that they're global audience wants to do this as well. That it's not just a US product launch which is something kind of struggles with a lot of times, you know, releasing things in the US first, and then, and then maybe getting to Canada and the UK, you know, six months, or a year later, I would have hoped they would have tested that out during products dream for a worldwide launch because they kind of sold it as this global thing, where they have all their servers, everywhere. But it's just like or teen countries launch. Yes, I mean, a big part of the, the launch of the Carleen, I went to GD see they, they were talking about how it's basically proximity to Google data centers. Right. So like the countries that they listed these are all countries were Google data centers exist, which means that stadia servers, can exist and likely already do exist in those places. So being able to do that kind of local compression, streaming stuff in country. I suspect a lot easier than than, you know, the product stream, thing was just US focused and just, you know, chrome based so that it could happen in the US servers. So they're testing. I totally get that. I just think some people will be confused because when it was first now, the Google stadia. They really sold it as like, hey, anywhere in the world want to play though. That was a big thing that Carly, I noted when they did the original announcement was that the hype level was just through the roof, right? It was just it was just this, you know, you're going to be able to play anything anywhere, and it's going to change what gaming. And, and so this is this announcement. What they're calling stadia connect with. They're gonna do apparently multiple of throughout the year as these kind of streamed announcements is that kind of coming back down to reality yet. I think it's interesting that they're doing it that way. It's the way that Nintendo's kind of been doing it for a while now. And the institute, working well for them out, Google staling in have to imagine other people will follow, especially now that, like, like presenting everything. Ether is in the thing anymore, right? Yeah. I mean that's. Shown up just XBox, just just Microsoft micro. You walk in. And there's just a giant Microsoft booth all its embassy want. Yeah, it's just Microsoft and Bethesda side by side in the hall. It's everything's great. So there's a to, to get setup. Actually, I missed this as part of the youth. There's a founder package to sign up available starting today, and they made it very clear that there's only a limited number of these refuse to tell anybody, what that number is I suspect that it's, it's gonna run for a couple of weeks and then and then just not available anymore. There's a unique color to the stadium controller which originally was was shown off in three colors, black white. And this kind of limi- Minty green with a savvy called with Sabi, which I eight that color, you said, you preordered I will say, I did, and I've held each one of these controllers in my hand and I really liked that color in hand. It's not it doesn't look super great pictures, but I really liked it when I was holding it, so that I it might just be that the just like, the, the highlighter yellow accents, under the controllers really got me. I don't know what it is. But this did not look that great TIMMY, now. And. I get that. Yeah. So there's, there's also a dark blue controller that's going to be a part of this limited edition, which also looks very nice has armed accents on it, which is similar to the orange accents that are on some of the other controllers, but the, the dark blue kind of offsets a nice way and it's apparently only going to have this, this color available for, for this launch crew, you get the controller which is normally seventy bucks and the chrome cast ultra which is also normally seventy bucks three months of stadia for you three months of stadium for a friend. Which is so nice to give someone access to stadium, but not have a controller for them. Just kind of a separate thing, and then. Access to early registration for your username on stadia, which is obviously super important for your future as a prolific game. Streamer. Absolutely. And, and then early access to, to one of the you know the the one game that you're gonna get at launch something like just the hardware. The, the kid itself is one hundred twenty nine dollars, which in and of itself is cheaper than buying the controller on the chrome cast Alterra separately. Plus, you get the, the three months of pro so that's thirty bucks, right there. Yeah. You get three months on top of that. And then three months that you can gift to someone else that they have made it clear, what, the, the gifting price is going to be I assume it also just be the ten bucks a month. I liked that. They're starting out with a gifting idea because I you know, I have family members that I would probably gift stadia to, you know, but, but, you know, even if it's not something that I end up playing myself, so. So for them to start off with a gifting concept, is something that I like, especially given Jen, and my recent frustration with trying to gift things through the PlayStation store and how just it just doesn't exist anymore. It's also a good kind of marketing tactic like as a way for people to kind of spread the word about stadium and have people, maybe try it for free. And then the ice whom they hope that allow these people who have the buddy pass will purchase stuff of their own or get a buddy pass for somebody else, or something like that
In a changing climate, we need tech to adapt
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com and by Laci. Analytics, lots of business intelligence, vendors, claim their is the best, but they can't all be winners. Lodge analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner, and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors, get help folks in your evaluation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lachey analytics dot com slash tech to claim your free reports. That's L. O. G I. Analytics dot com slash tech. In a changing climate, a closer look at the tech, we're going to need to survive from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. We're continuing our series on how tech can help us adapt to climate change called how we survive as you've heard throughout the week solutions can involve a lot of things transferring existing technologies to more vulnerable parts of the world, updating infrastructure, applying, artificial intelligence and maybe eventually space colonies today. We're looking at a few areas on earth, where innovation is already occurring one big market risk assessment, Emily Maza karate is founder and CEO of the climate data firm four twenty-seven based in Berkeley, we hear a firm specialized in helping businesses corporations investors understand an integrate projections from global climate models and plan for the physical impacts of climate change her job. She says is all about big data the company pulls for more than forty different models for predicting climate events at the global scale those models are not for the faint of heart sue. We have developed a set of tools. That extract and process, the data and apply it to real economic assets. The customers for twenty-seven creates can help real estate, developers decide, what to buy and wear or convinced building owners to prepare better for extreme weather. Other scientists and entrepreneurs are thinking much lower on maslow's hierarchy of needs food, and water. Laura cool is a professor at Northeastern University who studies climate adaptation in agriculture, one of the biggest problems across the board will be water management's. She says transferring, simple tech, like drip, irrigation to developing countries or small farmers will be a good start. And then it's all about using tech to tell people when to irrigate in the US. There's really fascinating innovations occurring in terms of how we actually use artificial intelligence to do precision irrigation. And when it comes to water self sufficiency is a huge deal in terms of that. Station. So there are start ups trying to figure out how to make houses or schools, or neighborhoods, less reliant on local water utilities, Cody Franson is CEO of the startup zero mass water, which is harvesting water straight out of the air. So a source hydra panel effectively take sunlight and air, only and produces perfect water, so no pipe input. No electricity. Input, basically, it's a six thousand dollar internet connected panel system that creates water out of water vapor, for drinking super cool, but it is still early days, and professor, Laura, cool notes that tech can't solve everything. So I guess one can have cautionary note, I would say is that there's a danger of kind of technological optimism that could start to creep in cool says true change and true adaptation requires major political and social changes to otherwise the tech won't be available to the people who need it most. And only those who. Can afford? It will benefit so tomorrow in the show. We'll talk with a longtime marketplace climate reporter about how this shift toward adaptation, isn't sitting quite right with everyone. And now for some related links. So yesterday, we talked about private money getting into the climate adaptation game. And today, we talked about the tech and startups and the New York Times had a story last week about both of those things you can find it on our website marketplace tech dot org. Unfortunately, the story is about how venture capital funding for cleantech startups has fallen for most of the last decade because investors don't think there's money to be made there, a lot of BBC's rushed into cleantech, and solar about ten years ago, most of them didn't make any money and they don't wanna get burned again. Now, most of the discussion in this piece is around carbon capture technologies technically in the mitigation category because they'd either repurpose carbon or figure out how to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere altogether. But either way it's kind of a bummer in future. Episodes will look at how Silicon Valley is reacting or not reacting to climate change. Especially considering that the expensive and fancy office headquarters of Facebook, Google, and several other Silicon Valley companies are likely to end up underwater even under pretty conservative models of sea level rise. You guys are gonna want to adapt. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by low G planning to update the dashboards and reports in your application, lots of business intelligence benders claimed their software is the best, but they can all be winners. Loggia analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six vendors, get help focusing your evaluation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit loggia analytics dot com slash tech to claim your free reports. That's L. O. G I. 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Will drivers cash in on Uber stock when the company goes public?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist. Qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by lodge, analytics lots of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best, but they can't all be winners. Logic analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help folks in your valuation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lachey analytics dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Movers early employees will make a lot of money from its IPO. But we'll drivers cash in on the stock to from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Uber is going public tomorrow listing its shares on the new York Stock Exchange some employees of the company stand to make millions even billions of dollars and Uber is giving drivers with more than twenty five hundred rides on the platform. Cash bonuses that they can use to buy stock at the initial public offering price the amounts ranged from one hundred bucks two maybe up to forty thousand dollars depending on how many rides at driver has. But how much of a benefit is that two drivers who are already unhappy with their pay Shaly Ramirez, drives for Uber. She's eligible for the stock. But says I don't think it's enough. I think they're China throw crumbs at us at the end of the day. What we need is something that is guaranteed on a weekly basis on a daily basis on a yearly basis. On Wednesday in New York City Ramirez and other drivers protested outside Uber's headquarters calling for higher wages from Uber, and lift and better treatment, they were similar protests all over the country Ramirez drivers simply need to make more money. That stock is not going to stop us from becoming homeless that stock is not going to have that help pay our rent and care for our children. So they need to come up with something a little bit better than that. One academic says the ideal scenario would be for companies to give drivers equity before the company goes public as if they were engineers or product managers designers. A Cinderella Zhang is an NYU professor who wrote a book on gig employment and how it's changing the economy. He says securities law hasn't really caught up with the gig economy. The challenge for the privately held company is that it's extremely complicated to have hundreds of even thousands of people who don't have sort of a strong relationship or an employment relationship or onto credited investors to own sort of small numbers of shares in a private company, but he says he thinks the law will involve to allow private companies to give equity to their part time workers that would be a nice outcome. It would be sort of reflective of the fact that the made important. Tribulations to lake you know, the evolution and success of the company. Now, of course, having stock in a company doesn't mean you'll actually make money when it goes public lift also led drivers by shares when it went public, but its stock price has fallen since its public debut. Some drivers like J crater who also writes about the rideshare industry are pragmatic. You know, I think if you have the right mindset, it's it's not a problem. I mean, this is the relationship we have I am an expense. And they're gonna try and do everything they can to pay me as little as possible when Burgos public this week. It says it will reserve five point four million shares about three percent of its offering for drivers to buy with their cash. Bonuses, anything they don't buy. We'll be returned to the public market. Related links lift reported its first earnings as a public company on Tuesday. And although it gave a generally encouraging report it also held back some information that it used to give investors like the number of total rides and bookings. It had in the previous quarter, which is obviously fairly useful indicator of whether the service is growing, and I mean lift also lost over a billion dollars last quarter, which is more than it lost an all twenty eighteen, but okay, investors were mostly worried about the lack of data lift shares closed at an all time low on Wednesday, but lift did in partnership with Waymo the self driving car company owned by alphabet, which investors do like because they don't wanna see the company get put out of business by someone else's army of self driving cars, although obviously long-term that's not great news for drivers either. Because if the cars drive themselves who needs a human. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace. Tech. This is a PM. Hi, I'm Zach and I listened to marketplace in Arlington Virginia. I think what I appreciate the most about marketplace's their ability to take the economic news of the day issues such as tariffs rate hikes and tax reform cut through the political noise, and clearly and concisely explained not only how these issues affect our country and the rest of the world, but how they impact people like me. I hope you'll consider joining me as marketplace investor and donate today at marketplace dot org to help make their work possible. Guess marketplace podcast is brought to you by low G planning to update the dashboards and reports in your application lutts of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best that they can all be winners. Loggia analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit loggia analytics dot com slash tech. 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Photoshop And Wu Tang discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Found a way to inoculate teens from eating fast food, possibly, maybe. What's the secret? It's Photoshop to Photoshop contest premise that. We did at cracked. Okay. Yeah. I like when you're reading this you jumps to say you already did the study. I did this. Okay. Well, let me explain to people who might not be the study you had already performed essentially they found a way to get teens eating healthier by making them feel rebellious. Right. So the things they founded this experiment. So they during what they call the intervention where they just present these kids with information the intervention produce an enduring change in both boys and girls immediate gut level emotional reactions to junk food marketing messages and teenage boys. When it came to giving up junk foods started making healthier drink and food choices in their school cafeteria almost immediately. So basically, they read an article that framed corporations as being manipulative with their marketing and like making junk food as addictive as possible. So the truth. Population. Yeah. Like, the, you know, low income young people, right? And they frame it. As though like, this is a very specific article that they presented to these kids. But you'd get the same message from sitting inside one of those companies marketing or sales meetings like that's what they do. Right. So anyways after presenting that with them, they gave these kids the ED's for some of the products that those companies sell end just get told them to make it true by writing like, basically graffiti style on top of the ads to let corral some of the some of the misconception can rebels. Sick. I've had graffiti lachey fucking put a mustache on this, dude. And blackout one of his teeth on enjoy a burrito. But yeah, I think we said like translated like popular ads translated for truth or something like that. But is what you did at crack is what we did at cracked dot clarity. Did children. I believe that's actually Wu Tang children. We'll I guess we'll go with crack. Couldn't you just show them like only like a embarrassing cool dad's eating fast food. Guy with like khakis, and like a bluetooth or
News is a hard business. Now add millennials and Facebook. Yikes?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by orvis outfitting for the outdoors since eighteen fifty six offering everything from apparel to dog beds to fly fishing gear. This holiday give orvis not ordinary use the code market to save twenty five dollars on select orvis purchases. See stores or orvis dot com slash radio for details and restrictions and by lachey analytics, lots of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best, but they can't all be winners. Logic analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help folks in your valuation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lodge analytics dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. News is a hard business now. Add millennials and Facebook. Yikes. From American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Earlier this month Twitter put out a list of the top ten. Most tweeted about news organizations only one outlet on the list is what's called digital. I all online without the TV or print baggage. It's now this news a media company that delivers news to millennials using mostly video across all kinds of platforms, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram YouTube, it's as it gets two point six billion video views each month and reaches seventy percent of millennials at any given time, but lots of digital media companies, especially the ones aimed at millennials had layoffs or closed in two thousand eighteen and publishers found that relying on Facebook or even Google for views could be risky Teaneck sorrows is chief content officer at now this I spoke with her at fortunes most powerful women next-gen conference, and I asked her if it's scary to be at the mercy of an algorithm, it's really really challenging for any publisher. But I think for news. In particular, where this is maybe not what you expect that a young person goes to Snapchat. I four, but increasingly it is where they're getting their news. So just really being incredibly nimble and adaptable to just the changing tides of each of these platforms is the only way to succeed, and you can be pretty nimble. But you still don't know what they're going to do or or frankly, whether your audience is going to abandon them. Yeah. Well, I think first and foremost, and and this is I think the privilege or the the beauty of being a little bit more kind of building from the startup space is if you build it, and they come then you have to believe that the business model will follow. So we spent a large portion of the first few years of our lives that now this just creating great content that built huge scale. So make sure that you have a loyal audience that is following you and engaging with you every day and work closely with each of these platforms to develop diverse revenue streams and. Now thinking about what our content might look like off of these socially distributed platforms. And are you are you venture funded? Now, we were and now we have a great investment from discovery communications that happened about two years ago, and we merged together with three other brands, and we formed what's called group nine. So now, this is part of group nine which also includes the dodo thriller and seeker, which is a science brand that discovery launched a few years back. How has if at all this kind of tech lash, right? This sort of even just suspicion of some of these platforms in general, how does that change the way that you approach those partners from a distribution and kind of like user trust perspective. So while certainly there's I think a lot of hand wringing right now around in what's going on different platforms. Nothing's going away. They're still the huge huge majority of our country and people around the world are getting their news off. Of these platforms. So I think what we can do as a publisher is the best job we possibly can and to tell the truth. And to fact, check what we're doing. And that's what we're doing. Every day. Teaneck our hosts is chief content officer. And now this media. And now for some related links to be fair. It is still a very open question. How digital media companies can make money going forward group nine media that parent company of now this last week launched a new studio for creating branded content called brand shop, that's one way. The economist has a story this week on vice media, the other may be former darling of millennial news, or as I like to call it news for cool people vices big challenge headed into twenty nineteen is how to get advertising when all the money currently goes to Facebook and Google the article in the economist notes that Bice BuzzFeed and vox media combined the big three in all digital news n-nor taint get less than one percent of the internet ad market in the United States that economists story by the way is behind to pay well because well like I said tough business. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. You know, firsthand how important marketplaces to your life, bringing depth and context issues that matter to you and your family as a nonprofit organization, we depend on individuals. Like you to help us provide trustworthy, news that adds value to your life. 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Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU 'em by lachey. Analytics Lana lyrics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determing what solution fits your tech stack. Visit Lana Lennox dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Sales made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. The UN's international. Maritime Organization is committed to cutting shipping. Emissions in half by twenty fifty that matters because shipping moves ninety percent of global trade right now, if shipping were a country is emissions would ranks sixth in the world. It would fall between Japan and Germany, and it would fall, of course, below the biggie matters in the China, the US that's James Corbett, a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He says part of the solution will be tech. I talked to Corbett I about high-tech sales. And no, these aren't the flapping sheets. You're thinking of corporate mentioned one solution being developed in Japan, a rigid surface covered with solar panels, having the ability to create a hybrid power system that is using the opportunity to expose these rigid surfaces to light and and extract the solar power from them. And. Store that into batteries. That's that'll be located down near the engine spaces and use those big solar panels as movable sales to adjust to the angle for maximum wind assist is going to be a real exciting. Kind of innovation that will work on some vessels. And it'll work on those vessels better in some routes where they can best take advantage of both sun and wind anytime you're talking about any of these changes, we're talking about affecting potentially impacting something that's incredibly vital, which is global trade. Are there any potential risks that could come with transitioning away from fossil fuels well in two thousand seven and two thousand and eight vessels unilaterally on container ships, especially unilaterally slowed down without waiting for the world supply chains to say it was okay? And what ended up happening is we shifted to larger vessels used economies of scale. And if you look at the seaborne trade curves today, you'll see that we're continuing to increase the amount of goods we deliver per year. But we're delivering them in larger delivery units less often with a slower supply chain. So I don't see that. There will be a imminent threat to the global trade of goods ships have known since Phoenician times that their first job is to serve the world's economies. Their second job is to not saying and their third job is to be good stewards of the environment. And what's happening this century is they're paying a little more attention to that to that third goal without compromising the other two James Corbett is a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He also told me adoption of newfangled sale technology. She might bring back some of the romance to being on an ocean crossing vessel this futuristic sailing. Take could very well. Attract a new generation of c travelers though Corbett has been time on a giant boxy cargo ship, and he thought it was plenty romantic in other arguably more gigantic tech news, Google CEO's Sundar Pichai finally had his day before congress. What do lawmakers do what the chance to hold one of the planet's most powerful people accountable. Well, wired says it was three and a half hours of political posturing, a lot of accusations and essentially a wasted opportunity. We'll have a link on our website. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. 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"lachey" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Bears with both of them the other day. She got self nice glass of water, then he was up and she was up all the take by drink all the cheeky little things. But they give us a lot of pleasure. So yes, it's it's hot no matter where you are or it's freezing cold and the snow's coming down, and you need to keep your pets entertained play with them this and commands get him on the couch cuddle with them. There's lachey can do their lachey can do there. Well, Jim I want to take another quick break before I start talking about quacks. I ducks and ducklings and got some great information here. Great information that hopefully, you can also pass onto other people. Oh, stay right there. We'll be right back. You'll listen to Vegas rooftop radio with me Sam your host, and we'll talk ducks on the other side of the break. People Kosheh we'd like to thank our sponsor for this episode Rover dot com Rover the dog people it's the largest network a five star pet sitters and dog walkers in North America, if you have dogs, and like me, you're working during the day and can't get home to walk your Furby B's, you can just use the Rover app on your Android or iphone and find a five star dog Walker book limb favorite them and even pay them all through the app, and I know if I'm going away for the weekend or even taken a five day cruise I can use the same Rover app to book a pet sitter by using Rover. My dog Walker or pet sitter is trusted background checked and is backed by Rovers premium insurance and twenty four seven support. And if my dog, and I wanna meet my pet sitter or dog Walker beforehand, we can do that too with the free meet and greet. I personally like that. I can get pictures of my dog a map of her walk.
"lachey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That alad Alexander Barca feedback plaid steamrolling into the lighting again, right circle. Shoddiness too wide. Right. Rebound Ganic Martell behind it. Looking for Jeff. L directed for Joseph l puch it out to center ice. An atom Ernie scored the first goal of the game in the second period across the lake quarter Saturday to got blocked by Yandell hit on the rebound. Does get it free to bark off and they'll bust out to center so strong in that pot. But he runs into a poke check here in Matthew Joseph steals, the center with Martell Denic Martell, the right wing, well, swat it in two twelve left three to Florida PASOK up the middle. Mike Hoffman to center. The lightning zone. Hoffman leaves it who were to open left circle back for Hoffman left circle. Skeets centers at bass lusty alertly knocks it away to Ryan mcdonagh the right side to center knocks down Matheson, but lost the puck PASOK will play off JT Miller Dobson's back to pass again. The Panthers on bass lachey stays put for now is it's lobby. Math is an out to center minute. Forty five left. Lightning down one headman up the middle at center cuts his way across the Panthers line left circle pulls up chips at find that bass. Let's get to the bench. It's gonna create a Chernick right point shots. They made. My rhymer tro. Check on the rebound cleared around on the far side. Yes. To center ice. Brennan point is the sixth attacker off the bench. He collects the puck and counters flights the headman with a minute twenty two left across the blinders. Miller JT Miller left point a little path blocked by the can't shoot the toward the open, and it's gonna miss and for some reason. I guess they said it hit off a lightening stick. As it went up.
"lachey" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Show. The hot debate in manned space. And in fact in outer space period is gateway originally called lunar orbital platform gateway lachey is now called gateway a speech by the Trump administration by the vice president going ahead with building gateway in orbit around the moon. The delivery system will be the S L S still building the delivery system will be Orion or other capsules that can ride to the moon, and the gateway itself will be parked as a jumping off place. Not only for the moon goes the theory. But also for Mars Joe Papa lardo at popular mechanics is here to enter into the gateway debate now underway Joel very good evening to you. I believe I've outlined very crudely the structure for gateway right now to your knowledge. What is the expectation of gateway? What do they give us a number twenty thirty twenty thirty five how soon can they get it built? The technology is not to advance. It actually comes from earlier NASA programs a lot of it. So they think twenty twenty four be habitable modules could actually be in place. So it's it's a pretty near term plan for NASA and sort of an ambitious one. But it's one that's pretty contentious as well, they're looking after a manned gateway, and we observe that. That means a lot of backups a lot of secondary concerns, and I believe they wouldn't be able to manage it very much out of a year is that correct show just a few days or weeks, given the it's three days from earth. Yeah. But the there'd be a four person crew at any at any time, and they would be able to stay there for between a month and three months, which is which is which is not bad. You know that that's not ideal. There's a lot of radiation concerns, which means shielding, which means weight, but. You know, the the the mission timeframe isn't necessarily the problem because they think that because of the orbit that a chance this halo orbit that gets close to the earth. And then goes to the moon. I would I naval people to get out there a lot quicker and easier, and they're get Thompson of rotation which means a lot of launches for S, L, S and other launchers which would be a good thing in theory. Now, this means airlock sit means docking. It means all the tools that we've learned on Esa on I s so we moved to the other side, what does gateway achieve for us. What does gateway provide because the idea here is to land on the moon and and use the landing to build a module on the moon. So how does gateway help that? Joe? There's to the way I try to parse this out in in view, which there are things that that way does one it's a platform that supports lunar exploration and the scientific endeavors and everything and that would be communication relay. They did a lot of really complicated work with lasers. Carrying a lot of data to and from the moon, and this has been demonstrated before the ladder experiment that crashed into the crater to to measure ice had a a laser demonstrator onboard that worked really well. And that's really the way the space communications going. So that would be a very stable good conduit. So if you have a robotic mission or mission on the surface, you would have to be stable communications, also the orbit enables the decision to stay in sunlight, the solar panels that always be charging. So it's great versus for power as well. So so that's one aspect of it as sort of being able of missions NASA is very excited about it. As a stepping stone as a place to learn how to live in space as a place that could be you know, where humanity learns the ins and outs and intricacies of long distance space travel. So that they could go to Mars, and that's where the argument really meets the a lot of. Criticism is the human component raises a lot of issues. You mentioned all the the plumbing and the depressurized space and all the things that are required to keep a human lives. You know, that that stuff adds way which adds complexity which makes them more expensive to launch to maintain being tyrants ever becomes a lot more expensive. When you put him in beings on board that station. So the idea that maybe it's more, expensive and more complicated. Human beings on that space station is a better place to do it on the surface of the moon, for example, where you have radiation shielding, you could use a random list to protect people that means longer duration missions studying science that is right there in front of them on the lunar surface. If you wanna learn how to live in space, mid low-earth-orbit is a better option. It sure would be safer if something goes wrong, or if you need to resupply, you have a lot of options there. So the the idea that the human beings make this a lot more complicated. Lot more expensive. And you have options you've got other ways. Then what do we do with? Then what do we do with gateway your piece in the popular mechanics poised to a robot gateway? What would that look like would that be cheaper? And what would it achieve what we try to be prescriptive Apopka mechanics? And yeah, take the people out keep the communication capacity and add modules as you need them. You've got this very useful piece of hardware up there. You could CAD the modules to it as the missions came on board. So you could put an emergency supply castle on. There was a problem on the surface emergency shelter or a battery for a Rover or something. You would have a capability of outlander on blah who blocked the gateway that could common land and deliver supplies or it could be a station for sample return. The the point would be the NASA wouldn't be calling every shop they'd be the team neighbors in lunar orbit. And if that facility is there people would be inclined to use it. And if they don't even make your break that would destroy the NASA budget, which is what the critics really fear so go through the cheaper more utilitarian option and leave the astronauts for the lure surface. Jealous. Think this third to we need to put a robot gateway up robot gateways light. I we wouldn't need us the last. But I mean, part of the appeal would be that this system is designed to be launched on there. So it's not a it's a good rocket system for putting something into deep space. It's designed to do this. Congress would be on board. I think that's part of the the payoff. If you want this century, the NASA program, congress has to be behind it that kind of means a mission for S L S. It's a rocket to nowhere right now at least be rocket there. An avid definition to keep up and restocked and putting human beings not on the surface of the moon, but underneath the surface of the moon because of the radiation hazard. That's straightforward right now as if I understand the engineering for this. We've already got it in hand, we just need to try it. It's it's complicated. But it's we know how to do it. It's just a matter of honestly funding and sticking to the course video problem with NASA has been every ministration comes in and scratch the space plan that preceded it. So if you have something that's more flexible that had more utility, and has it ability to grow as this industry grows and might get better look than trying to put all your marbles into a space station that only seats four people tell Papa lardo, he writes for popular mechanics were looking at the debate the Trump administration, the vice president has launched us on the pathway to building the gateway man gateway sometime in these next years perhaps by the end of the second administration. However, we need us to do it. And we need a lot of systems to work in order. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Choice here. And I'm with my friend good Greek Spiro, of course, have good Greek moving and storage. You used to be a police officer so security is a big deal to you. Absolutely. Yes. I've utilized all of my knowledge from being a police officer in the way of hiring processes, and vetting employees. And, you know, making sure that the people we certainly to your home are safe and clean and reliable. And I hear from everybody who has moved with good Greek spirit. You are the best from the person who answered the telephone to the guy who shows up at your door, the packing, the moving even if they need storage. Right. Absolutely. I we've got a brand new facility. It's climate controlled high level of security know, we strive to be the best one.
Researchers say they're on the verge of creating a revolutionary, non-addictive painkiller
"One zero six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs could a new painkiller be part of the solution to the growing opioid crisis in this country hey cbs news time one thirty one cbs news update they have posed for photos and in quebec the seven summit leaders at the meeting at a circular table trade key issue president trump had said before leaving dc for the g seven summit we are going to do very well now we're unable to make a deal nafta why the better deal if we are unable to make a deal we will be better off bryant brett bruin is the former director of global engagement at the white house is the start of a long process of a post american era cbs's ouija jiang says leaders don't have a lot of time to discuss things with president trump who's off to singapore tomorrow morning their number one priority is trying to convince him to reconsider and reverse those terrorists that the us administration just imposed on the eu canada and mexico cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time is one thirty two researchers in massachusetts believe they may be on the brink of creating a revolutionary non addictive painkiller something that could help put a big dent in the growing opioid crisis it's called blue one eighty one and it was developed by researchers at blue therapeutics who've been working for years to create a drug as powerful as opioids but without the dangers cbs is kenneth craik spoke with the team behind it but team at blue therapeutic says it wanted to make a drug that is total replacement for the opioids currently on the market something that people could safely stop using without the possible dangerous side effects not many people know they're addicts until they start using mark lachey sano felt a gratification from painkillers with his very first pill prescribed by a doctor i sports injury it was the beginning of an opioid addiction that consumed his twenties in nearly cost him his life ended up wrapping my my work truck around the telephone pole one night a mobile home from work and that wasn't even enough for me to stay clean mark is now in treatment at saint christopher's in run by ministry.
"lachey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Back in back indefinitely happened so yeah i mean there's a little adjustment probably will have to make but for the most part of your sewing field they're going to be stretches where you don't get hits it's not necessarily you're swaying just be pitcher swinging out or doc guys are you superstitious okay this whole really mean much because i was gonna say if you ever gone into it batting slump so severely thought about cutting your hair here skip i seven hundred just past the quarter point it's been kind of a weird year lachey injuries and so forth but just how how do you feel overall at this point i feel pretty good i mean we i think at the start of the year when you know when they're messing bomb and jogos down johnny goes down we were kind of thing if we get hold our heads of water and and right by the time that these guys get back then then i think we'll be right i mean looking at this i think we can do more than just water you know we started a little bit slow we can do some damage even before some of our big as is it is it tough win the second base is kind of snake to have three different guys job goes down allan goes down the i know you've played with kelly but is it hard to adjust to three guys in the short period of time newest one i guess but we've worked enough work enough mvp on double plays and then communication and stuff like that on it shouldn't it shouldn't be that much of a problem and there have been a couple of things in game where we've had to talk about a little bit for the most part every every second basements pretty similar they want the ball in the sandton similar spots on i know you gotta run by to ask you the sequels route last night has anybody ever come into the dugout left centerfield and you like dude what's that on your show surprisingly no splatted i got a little nervous we gotta ask him this real quick i know you're gonna run the scooters in the city now do you notice all the scooters companies what do you think it's enough of a circus in the city isn't it without the scooter.
"lachey" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"There's a naked he at least has a belt got his initial on it and case he loses it bald men with stretch the arms than they don't have naked or otherwise thank you for the clarification anyway micromax birth forth from the wreckage to try to confront com and save brigadier inky blood it doesn't work so well blot is killed and micromax seemingly zapped into oblivion as well okay we should we should probably say micromax is not actually dead he's he's drunk to escape we'll we'll see him again soon he's fine i know all of you were deeply invested in the fate of micromax i think his name is scott maybe his name is scott on a i don't know there's a lot of there's a lot of scots out there well anyway net at that point having accomplished his task having destroyed all of six and use their life forces to fuel himself to be you know extra powerful in addition to having the anti phoenix he heads to the tower that crosses time to claim the phoenix force now back at that tower we have our nine main characters not even touting widget or lachey gathering trying to figure out what the hell to do rachel is still really shaken net chrome projected his slaughter of fica six into her mind and fair in is not helping matters the blood of his victims is on your hands you could've stopped around from joining with the power of the anti phoenix shadow cats got no time for this hey he's got no right to see that all you've done so far is rescued by us.
"lachey" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Wow one time share amounts show and made my head so big months i called in before i it's my told me i was a genius we talked about pianist yet i mean what do i begin i drive a nice car i've got a very good job you know bmw's of courses and i got last time i got pulled over i did a uturn in front of a sitting police officer this is moving city of norfolk turned on her lights and drinking i was in a bind i didn't have a drink on we had one beer probably at a at a dinner but because i wasn't very familiar with the larvae seems you take the book the breathalyzer tests taken it was going to be rigged and i had to go downtown girl and the movie cop you wouldn't have to leave where she said she says she was for two miles in my car was swerving this is a high forcing you kidding i do that without really turning wheel you can pay twenty five miles an hour and a string so you think she stopped you for driving a porsche while black absolutely i mean you lachey will sitting on the road mccall on twin on well did she stop you for making an illegal uturn broken made sure that because look there's norfolk fine so it was a legal uturn north of ocean steve here your phone is going in and out it sounds almost like you've got your thumb over the microphone.
"lachey" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Did you feel like as these messages were coming down that they were using that sort of measuring stick for you as a woman i think because sydney by the time i reached my mid to late twenties there was this sort of thing that oh there's something wrong with you and there was this kind of underlying thing that you know we'll do you actually like men are you gay julie earned the past his wife asked one of my friends if i was a lesbian because you know i was sort of twenty seven twenty eight maybe early fifties she doesn't want children we think she's a lesbian felino few i think it was this thing that you know if you don't want children then you must want to be a minal something yeah didn't quit lachey kyw's a bit did this puts you off a church did you get the hell out of there is that what happened in is this did it feed into your atheism or is that a whole nother story trump you hold of this i mean i left now church and that was one of the things fill the she's just lead people just sort of making up whatever they fail and say that god has set it not kind of fed into maven she becoming an atheist in the changed my thinking i if anything it made me most most up in a moment determines not to have children because people were telling me that i should and i think the biggest thing was probably mighty said season was having a conversation with a woman from another church and you know we got the old you know what you miss in and blah blah blah and i said well you know it's it's my choice.
"lachey" Discussed on College Info Geek
"Yeah an extra starting to learn i'm starting to be able to sit cross legged yeah like the laws just it takes it takes a while so usually i sit half lotus which means that in you know one foot is on my other thi but the other foot is under the other leg it so i'll do that for ten minutes and it's a very sort of i'm just trying to breathe and and sort of forget everything focus on the quality of the air i like to have a window open so there's a movement in the air it's really nice to focus on that yeah and some sometimes i have this shock lachey a bamboo flute and sometimes i'll play it a little bit and then like all kind of play that melody that i that i did while i'm meditating in my head like continue what i started and after the ten minutes that's you know the you know that's it and then i make a cup of tea because to me making a cup of tea like the habit is is not just to have a cup i have to prepare the cup myself yeah because the there's a sort of mindfulness in the tea preparation for me because i'm still in the the same pants that i there loosefitting and comfortable for meditation i'm still more or less meditating i'm just now sitting say's i'm like calmly sitting with my my hands in my lap just sort of waiting for the tea too steep and i'm still basically meditating just in a i'm waiting for something so.
"lachey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You could use fedex or something and you could ship stuff out right next to the store and you would see people going through this routine all day long put forget to save money on the food so i get to use that towards some other things that's the and i don't want to say anything derogatory because it's an awesome experience there's nothing like it it is a an everybody who thinks you cannot go to the masters that there's no way to get badges and things like that that is the most biggest piece of fake news you'll hear ever you can go to the masters any year you want there are hospitality houses google masters hospitality houses just google that you cannot beat these prices on these sandwiches and snacks overrated over is it really this is the part that's overrated okay everyone's like oh it's a dollar fifty sandwich tastes like it tastes like it that's all i'm going to say to you look there's some things everything i will sell the augusta national experiences a must see if you're a golf fan if you're a sports fan must see gotta do it sometime you will absolutely love it it'll be awesome and i would suggest you have just as much fun going for a practice round when you can get on a badge that's a lot cheaper lachey to go on one of the practice rounds go monday tuesday or wednesday save yourself a ton of cash and still get the experience of being at their seeing the players up close and personal and it just as far less obsessively crowded but the sandwiches that's the most overrated thing by the way pimento cheese seriously my gosh i you should be charging seventy five cents for somebody did pimento cheese what is this get they should they should put that in bricks and lineup and give it to the homeless pimento cheese because i'm telling you it's horrible horrible absolutely that's the most overrated thing everybody talks about it.
"lachey" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Because you can't get that stuff unless you're inside the gates and you would watch these people come and buy give me fifty of those t shirts give me fifty of those golf shirts and these golf shirts very expensive and then they would walk right out of the store and they have the shipping centers where like you could use fedex or something and you could ship stuff out right next to the store and you would see people going through this routine all day long put forget disabled save money on the food so i get to use that towards some other things that's the and i don't want to say anything derogatory because it's an awesome experience there's nothing like it it is a an everybody who thinks you cannot go to the masters that there's no way to get badges and things like that that is the most biggest piece of fake news you'll hear ever you can go to the masters any year you want there are hospitality houses google masters hospitality houses just google that you cannot beat these prices on these sandwiches and snacks overrated over it or is it really this is the part that's overrated okay everyone's like oh it's a dollar fifty sandwich tastes like it tastes like it all i'm going to say to you look there's some things everything i will sell the augusta national experiences a must see if you're a golf fan if you're a sports fan must see gotta do it sometime you will absolutely love it it'll be awesome and i would suggest you will have just as much fun going for a practice round when you can get on a badge that's a lot cheaper lachey to go on one of the practice rounds go monday tuesday or wednesday save yourself a ton of cash and still get the experience of being at there seeing the players up close and personal and it just as far less obsessively crowded but the sandwiches that's the most overrated thing by the way pimento cheese seriously oh my gosh you should be charging seventy five cents for somebody did pimento cheese but is this they should they should put that in bricks and lineup and give it to the homeless palmetto cheese because i'm telling you it's horrible horrible absolutely that's the most overrated thing that everybody talks about it.
"lachey" Discussed on Connected
"Could be easily re renamed the logitech connector is the lodging collect l could lodge is offering now side of the us the companies that mike hammer is called the low g circle so yeah lucky i got the logic create i didn't get the lunch is that a europe thing i did was a europe i think it's i just think it's everywhere side of the us i think they're still logitech in the us and they used to be called logitech here but they rebranded a couple of years ago to watching okay echoed loggia ever else so i mean i think that this is a good product i hope that one day i'm able to try and apple as lachey logic crayons somewhere they are obviously of course only available to schools it is a good product but won't pencil like that's the product i want but i like this one exists and i cannot under i cannot think why a school would pay eighty nine dollars for an apple pencil it almost feels like there was no point in even giving that discount because you may as well just get the full nine dollar logitech which basically has everything right seems strange to me even to even have done the ten dollar discount because who's going to buy it i don't know even even if he applied to these to ten students you're saving one hundred dollars which is you know it's it's not much it's not it's nothing right it's like it's not it's it's not enough when they say fifty dollars available every nine students you get one free apple.
"lachey" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Good for you to say about it but to be dumber nail but i'm not gonna say that to you i just don't see the purpose but yeah there's a lot out there i mean even if we set aside the the gimmicks and gizmos and i don't wanna talk about the cool new thing but i wanted to ask you if you think they're our future trends in this industry in this in this training field i mean do you see any future trends happening or anything that catches your interest or do you think the fundamentals of marksmanship or just the same no i see i see trends it's guys who are copying me i should you not like when i started talking about my thing was performance base training right and then doing physical stuff on the range yacht movement can stuff up i mean nobody was doing but now all three competitors they're talking about performance based tree they don't know what it is but they're selling this performance based training and so i'm yes so the future trends a lot of them if they're cool they're gonna come for me i'm sorry yes that's hubris but i'm saying because i guess because i'm old and crotchety and allowed to on the line lachey but there's also a you know there's also trends with different defining styles always evolve like for instance knife fighting in that kind of thing you know it's the big thing guys you are in the shooting world will also go to like nightfighting classes i think that's a little trendy i'm not sure how that fits the schema maneuver things only because i guess i'm not a big of a massive fan of it that knife fighting and if you want me go into while tell you why.