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Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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"lovin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:27 min | Last week

"lovin" Discussed on WJR 760

"Lovin it, Frank Beckmann Show News Talk 7 60 wjr. All right. Thank you very much. And welcome back into the program. Everybody good to have you with us. We're going to continue with your phone calls the rest of the way it 808 590957 was at the top of this hour that the station released put out a press release. Announcing the news. I told you about earlier that I'm gonna be stepping aside from this microphone after the show on March 26 that will be my final show and I'll ride off into the sunset. I hate the word retirement. For some reason. I don't know why, but I'll be riding off into the sunset. I mean, it's applicable and describes it, but I just don't like the work. And you're right. I just want to do thank my boss, Steve Planetary, our vice president, market manager for Cumulus Detroit Because the press release he put out I'm just sitting here pinching myself and going. Wait a minute. Who are they talking about? Uses these terms. Brilliant sports broadcasting legend. I mean, come on one of the most elite members of the media, one of the kind ist most honorable and passionate individuals to those who know him. Yeah. You read that You pinch yourself a little bit Go way Too bad. Uh, that's me, because I don't know about you, but I don't. I don't think of myself in those terms. I just go ahead and live my life, trying to do my best on the air to keep you informed and and enjoy the conversation with our audience. That's what I've always tried to do, And it was the same when I'm doing sports. That's that's what it was all about. So it anyway. I just wanted to say that I don't want Oh, make this a long Goodbye show. So let's get some of your calls in here to talk about other things. 808 590957 and we go to Milford and Mark You're up next. Good morning, Mark. Good morning. Thanks, Frank. You made me met today when I said that you will quit and retire. Well, I'm sorry about that, Mark, but but it's time. You know, we all make that decision. Something disagree with your show. But I under this surprise friend that you are not taking 100 days more for Biden administration, you are quick quitting after 60 days did you can stay another 30 days to see the Wonder forward with Biden. You cannot stay another 30 days. Well that hold on. I'm going to be. Ah, I'm going to be a citizen of this country. So what? Your body doesn't really effective. I'm not moving out of the country. I'm smile on your face, you know, and my dream was to sit with you and smoke Good. God and talk about his story about America, you know, because I have very much orientated in second War American German Polish Russian. He started and talk about the truth about communism. But somehow we didn't have the chance. You know what I want to make sure that happens because I'll have more time now, so let's make sure that happens down the road. I can tell you got very special Cigar for ease. Never. Sister got like this in the entire your life. Mark. Just tell me it's a Maduro. Maduro. But that is something you'll never see again. There's only once for lifestyle. All right. If I look forward to it, we'll make that happen. Thank you, Mark and thank you for always supporting the show. Really appreciate it. It would not have been the same without all of you listeners. You know that And you people have have lifted me up more than you will ever know. Jeff in visit Fort Creek, Jeff Good morning. Morning. Sports Creek O Schwarz, Greek, Okay, All right. I got you. Yeah. So, um, I was on the Genesee County Republican Committee at the time when the whole plant water system went down. So I don't know if you've got a lot of time. It could go into all of that. But short, the bottom line is they were told that the water was safe. I believe that they were testing the water at the plant. You know, long before went through any pipes. The only thing that I don't understand is We were saying we would not support it. The Genesee County Republican Committee did not support the proposal. Because we found there was going to be too many chemicals too much wasn't gonna be cost effective Number one. And how could it be safe, but they were told it was safe. So why did Dan let me ask you this? Jeff, If I might interrupt you just for a moment? Why did Flint City Council then vote to go to the Flint River Water rather than some other alternative was a just a cost cutting move. Correct? Yeah, they were told it was safe. And it was all about cost cutting. And they had a good plan for cost cutting. They did, but we couldn't understand was number one. We know how bad the flint water River water is, You know so to us economically, what would it take to make that safe? And if it's going to be chemicals, are you sure those chemicals are safe? You know, and according to their tests, they were Online. Everybody thought they were safe. And that's really who we need to question is who was running tests because obviously the chemicals they were putting in. They were obviously chemicals get something To the fights throughout the city. Some of the people who are involved in monitoring those tests were worked for the CDC. The federal government of the Centers for Disease Control and One of them is I've lost her name out in front of me, but she's She is being nominated by Joe Biden for a major role in his administration, or will be named that not nominated but will be named to a major role on S O that Z. That's kind of scary to me that somebody who's got that kind of record and has got the smudge on the resume from Flint would be considered now for a federal job while we're thinking about indicting Rick Snyder and charging him with some kind of crime for nothing, right? I mean, everybody wants to point blame. And to me..

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"lovin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"lovin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"lovin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:21 min | Last month

"lovin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Increasing five and a lot of christmas music in our house especially decorate the tree of the nine hundred and then like you know. I'm various greece. Hits lists lot of be andy williams. My favorite christmas album. Now though of recent years is boublil blais. Christmas album is good. He can croon. Ma'am i really like him. He seems like a good guy. So i think that helps him to hurry. Connex got really chris all. Yeah yeah yeah. That's one of our face around the house. it's one of the few newish. I mean twenty years ago. Christmas albums that i really dig in. I realized maybe it's a little bit obvious that so much of your favorite christmas music just has to do with the music you heard when christmas was magical as a child make sense of it. That's why like mariah carey tunes fine. Nice she sings it well but it doesn't really mean anything to me. I hear andy williams. Though or one of the records my mom and dad would play and and i think christmas. I'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. I'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. What i'm not gonna touch my face with dirty hands. What happened to your hands. Part of a new hypnosis idea. It's on the front page of the wall. Street journal today to keep people from touching their face during the pandemic more on that coming. I haven't heard anything about face. Touching since march. I hadn't either announced on the front page of the wsj. Go figure one more musical note if i might Highly recommend if you are a music freak. I mean you really into music. Not yeah i like to hear bachman. Turner overdrive or the eagles in the background. No i mean if you really into music. David byrne of talking heads has a book called how music works. That is so interesting one of the things. He goes through various technological changes in societal changes. And how it affected the music that was made and listen to and one of the points he made. Is that the crooners of the thirties forties. They only arose because microphones got so much better. And you no longer saying just with your voice to an auditorium you're amplified because you couldn't croon back in the days pre amplification. You had to your belt so people could hear in the back row so it invented a new kind of singing. I'll be darned. Yeah i mean this is one of the points. They made one of less interesting. Now that i tell the story but he and his writing styles very very accessible from the text line you to truly suck really sad. You're allowed on a public format. I will not by from anyone. You advertise ever all right. Thank you for texting. Four one five two nine five k. T. i would respond with something snide and or semi obscene or something. But i just don't care. I mean somebody like you is so troubled. That didn't laghi responding. Well no i take my pulse right now. Take it go ahead. Wrist is too imprecise. Use the inner thigh fourteen. My god and my doctor says al gore now. You can't even raise my pulse a person like that. I just feel bad for you. Here's a shock for you. Knocked me down with feathers. Mom used to say she may still all ask Top executives at facebook and twitter donated tens of thousands of dollars to president elect joe biden's campaign according to the f. e. c. The federal elections came Commission and zero to donald j. trump many many many tech executives maxed out although honestly giving directly to a candidate. The max's are quite low. For instance years the chief revenue officer at facebook david fisher. How much money does he make. He donated the max. Twenty eight hundred two biden during the primary. But it's all about the pacs. Political action committees but yeah so all the higher ups at facebook and twitter etc give generously and almost entire well entirely democrats in terms of the top executive again. Not down with a feather. Speaking of Woken us and once again Northern cal unicorn. Going to note from alien non mus. Excuse me she and her husband are longtime listeners. We appreciate that very much. Evidently your view of us contrast with the recent text new to truly suck eventually out of a texter. Yeah texts about sean. Boylan five to nine and Alien and al non mus alerted to what is happening in livermore california There they copied the minutes from the city council equity and inclusion subcommittee meeting. Yes name right there. Yeah hold onto your wallet when you hear the name of that committee one of the highlights is it includes a google doc. Documenting personal homes and properties that fly a blue line flag so the owners can be educated. Boy don't come to my home and knock on the air with the idea of you're going to educate me about something. Yeah so that's comes from. I believe section to the project description blah blah inventory identify symbols artwork objects artifacts etcetera and livermore that represent an signify systemic racism as well as symbols that cetera that signify equity and inclusion. Then there's the assessment and action identify and implement city subgroup. Cannon should take to address the symbols acknowledging reduce systemic racism and promote equity and inclusion. And then they go on continuing sco. Continue scoping the project. Extend the scope of the property symbols to be inventory to the entire city. Not just those are city owned example of Examples of private property confederate flag. Thin blue line flag like equate those. Yeah yeah sure for. Don't say they're both problematic. I never saw the confederate flag. Is that big a deal. And i think plenty of people flute with no Maliciousness whatsoever but at this point if you're if you're refined confederate flag. You're probably probably trying to send a message of some sort. But you could equate that with the i support the police come on. You know it might just be the people jack who you're talking about who fly. The confederate flag is a sign of southern pride because the south has a different culture than say the northeast and they like it better and people are now taking it away so now. They're flying it out of defiance and there are some racist to. I don't know but anyway. We're were we i on Reach out and partner with organizations businesses agencies etcetera that have the authority to educate an influence To to let people know what you're flying there is problematic. Then they go into the ask. You would be my response. Yeah yeah and These pay these Minutes of the meeting go on for quite some time. Now to wow. This would not actually going to go door to door. Knock on people's doors and tried to argue them out of their flags are they. Yes they are. wow though. They're denying it. 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"lovin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:03 min | Last month

"lovin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Governor andrew cuomo announced on friday that he would hall indoor dining at bars and restaurants across the state to stop the spread of the coronavirus of course then only applies to indoor indoor dining not outdoor indoor dining. I assumed outdoor was accompanied by a picture of diners inside of a tent. That was virtually endorse. Well it's it's new places where it snows there. Just building buildings at share in front of their restaurant and hosting people in there they flimsier wall. They practically are places where it doesn't snow also because in my town. Some of the outdoor dining was pretty. Endorse yeah yeah. You got clear plastic but him. A perfect example of how government works in how bureaucrats work in why a planned economy can't conceivably work ever because it's not about being indoors. It's it's about having ventilation. That is like that of being outdoors. So if you were in the freaking white house bunker i mean you couldn't be more indoors but they had a jet engine drawing air through that bonker you'd be outdoors in terms of epidemiology. So we get hung up on words and forget the purposes and the in the innovation of the american small business owner is being forced to navigate. How do i rules lawyer. These guidelines as opposed to. How do i keep my customers and employees say well said exactly rent seeking you spend your time and energy kowtowing to the government as opposed to pursuing your purpose the fancy economics term I don't like i'm not a big fan of partisan comments just for the sake of partisanship. I know a lot of you are. I'm not for whatever reason a hobby. It's a hobby for a lot of people get a kick out of it. You make you poke at the other side until One of the latest is poking at The joe biden's wife jill biden for being phd. Her being dr. Jill biden always referred to as dr joe biden. Anyway somebody just tweeted that Reading joe biden's education. Phd position paper which she wrote the age of fifty five. And it's bad okay. And you're for his bad. I don't know if. I don't glorify first lady's nor do i decorate them. I just don't give a damn no new way. Yeah just don't don't talk to me about it at all unless she has a policy. We're talking about Well yeah there are times to get to a very Government t hillary notably michelle obama. Who a lot of people took shots at. I thought it was way out of bounds. But then she did get rather aggressive. rhetorically speaking On the campaign trail last time around but that makes a fair game but anyway we're talking about advanced degrees whether to call people doctors. Or what have you My old buddy mike. The lawyer texted that we're all jurists. Doctors we attorneys but we guffawed the idea of being called doctor. And i've read yesterday. I see. I wish i could remember where it was. There was some judge somewhere in america. Who for like a week. Insisted that all the attorneys in his courtroom refer to each other as doctor. Now dr jones you may be claiming that the defendant to gave up the evidence early blah blah blah and the state judicial board made him stop. Got this note from jenny. I grew up a phd post hole digger. My dad gave me a phd for christmas one year. Well let me read from the actual wall street journal piece that started this whole thing In contemporary universities in the social sciences and humanities calling oneself doctor is thought league. That's the the the person that wrote this for the wall street journal over the weekend. The phd may wants had held prestige but that has been diminished by the erosion of seriousness and the relaxation of standards and university education generally imagine that at any rate outside of the sciences getting a doctorate was then an arduous preceding one had to pass examinations to foreign languages one of them. Greek or latin defend wants thesis and take an oral examination on general knowledge in one's field at columbia university of an earlier day. A secretary's sat outside the room where the examinations were administered a pitcher of water and a glass on her desk. The water in glass were there for the candidates who fainted a far cry this from the few doctoral examinations. I sat in on during my teaching days where candidates teachers addressed one another by first names. The general atmosphere resembled a coffee. Klatch dr jill. I know you acquired her. Ed as recently as fifteen years ago or long after the terror had departed the prestige of honorary doctrine says decline even further such degrees once given exclusively to scholars statesmen artists and scientists. Then richmond entered the lists usually in the hope that they would donate money to the schools that had granted them their honorary degree. My late friend saw linowitz the chairman of xerox toby. He had sixty three honorary doctorates. Oh boy Why do i not have one. That's hilarious. If i get to call myself dr joe i'll give you five thousand dollars. Is there a school out there. No matter how big or small famous television journalists who pass themselves off as intelligence followed entertainers. Who didn't bother. Fainting intelligence were next gets to talk show host in terms of getting honorary doctorates. Hold on my old little college. How much would. I have to give you. Two thousand bucks. Come on me. dr. Jack come on basketball team need like some new water bottles or something. This december the bill. Yeah that's funny. I had not realized that the great inflation in the whole Pleasing the customer attitude in higher education gotten his highest. Phd's i didn't know that either. Yeah it didn't seem like there are a lot more of them around though. Yeah when i was younger right right so incredible mind. Boggling woke nonsense..

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PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave

The Journal.

06:10 min | Last month

PM: Sweden's health officials misjudged new infection wave

"Though sweden's covid cases dropped drastically over the summer the country head still become somewhat of an international pariah some of its closest allies the other nordic countries turn their backs on the swedish experiment. This swedes didn't think it was necessary to have strict border. Controls and the. Swedes didn't think it was necessary to institute lockdown and that basically forced all the other governments of their neighbors to close borders with sweden it went to the extend that norway actually deployed the army to the borders with sweden which is really unprepared to deploy the army to help guard the borders to prevent plumbers stein crossings. And that's pretty astonishing for that part of the world. I mean one official in finland told me that they don't see sweden as a black sheep but they think of sweden as a different sheep. You know in this a polite way of saying they are. They are no really doing what we think needs to be done. When did swedish officials realized that they weren't doing what needed to be done. Tober numbers started going up again in sweden especially in stockholm and i think by november. They had a pretty pretty steep rise in infections. In hospitals started filling up again and the more started swelling. I spoke to the head of the stockholm hospitals for my article and he was very very worried. He you know. Swedes are pretty low. Key in the use of active but he said it was a very very serious situation. He said that hospitals were filling up. He said that people were dying. At an increasing rate. And he said that the growth was still at a level which was not really sustainable. The streets of sweden's capital or quiet. A second wave of covert is sweeping through stockholm. It didn't escape as authorities predicted. It would so in november. The swedish government changed course implementing restrictions. The rest of europe has had in place for months in a rare televised speech. Prime minister stephan lovin addressed. The people of sweden say on auto would some he basically said uh little. We got this. Summer and autumn is truly over people's health and lives are still endanger the dangerous increasing then the prefix undersold moreno hurston evac ed november man. This'll hell sodhi if food fall on the fodder forum burqa. He asked people to stay at home. He asked people to not engage in interactions. If there are necessary in order to reduce the spread of the virus and he served painted a very very bleak picture of the reality of swin new job. You dad two summers. I what they now have is a ban on all gatherings of eighth people in public. Which essentially meant that cinemas theatres and other such venues had to close down. Many of them did and they also banned sales of alcohol after ten o'clock so that means bars. We'll have to close around ten o'clock. What has dr technol- and the health said about these measures. Well that's interesting. you see. The measures the restrictive measures at the end of november were announced by the government not by the healthcare agency and when you go on their website and when you read their guidelines they explain outline the guidelines and then they say it was political bodies that made these decisions so i think there is a sense. That healthcare agency has been Overridden by the politician's a little bit because that restriction to ban gatherings of over eight people was not something they proposed initially but swedish health officials are still going against scientific consensus in another way. They're actively discouraging. The use of masks in public spaces homes. Nobody wears a mask except for individuals. Who want to to this very day. The public health agency and dr technol- chief epidemiologist are advising against wearing masks. Their rationale is if you wear a mask. You may not stick the social distancing rules and that's dangerous because the mosque not protect you. And the social distancing will so it's better to keep your distance you stay away from a person in a public space rather than you wear masks and you come close to them. What do all of these new measures mean for the swedish economy. The overall swedish economy is not doing great this year like everyone else. I mean the estimates of the central bank are that by early next year. Unemployment will go up to ten percent. That's quite a lot for sweden. So you know. The swedish economy is not doing well by any measure and certainly not doing better than comparable countries that did have lockdowns especially not in the neighborhood. If you look at norway finland and denmark. They are not doing worse than sweden. Why do you think the swedish experiment failed. And what do you think it says about balancing personal freedoms with health it's important to preserve freedom and keep the economy going. But you have to have a plan. You have to have targeted measures. Then you have to keep a handle on the virus and think. Sweden failed to do that. Sweden failed to institute the initial serve circuit breaker lockdown in the beginning then twin failed to really improve. Its contact tracing in testing systems. And they didn't really device targeted measures. That would be able to keep this disease in check. And ultimately there is no actual zero-some game in terms of either you be virus or be economy. I think when you let the virus run amok economy will crash. There is no example whatsoever that i can think of and i've been reporting about this for ten months now over country that let the virus loose and savings economy. That just didn't happen anywhere in the world.

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"lovin" Discussed on Fixer Upper Marriage

Fixer Upper Marriage

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"lovin" Discussed on Fixer Upper Marriage

"God's creation of love is one of the most amazing things of life. He created people with Ursa love and be loved by someone else. People Dream about love they read about love. And they wish for love to find them. Love is like the Big Bang of life. Is when two people collide in a way that fundamentally obviously course of their lives. Loves feeling. And emotion a commitment. A longing desire and a desperate need. was you fall in love with someone?.

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

"Rock and roll pioneer, has died. Spencer Davis was 81 before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen Muff Winwood. He played in bands with Bill Wyman Later of the Rolling Stones and Christine Perfect later, Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac Spencer Davis Group had hits in the U. S with Gimme Some Lovin and I'm a Man. Davis later worked for artist development for Island records. He toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis, Group drummer Pete York and Margie Szaroleta. CNN

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'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81

"Guitar Spencer Davis of the Spencer Davis group has died while being treated for pneumonia according to his agent Davis was eighty one I marquees are letter with a look at his career before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen **** Winwood he played in bands with bill Wyman's leader of the rolling stones and Christine perfect leader Christy McGee of Fleetwood Mac the Spencer Davis group had hits in the US with Gimme some Lovin and I'm a man Davis later work for artist development for Island Records he toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis group drummer Pete York

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"lovin" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

The Jump with Shirley Manson

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"lovin" Discussed on The Jump with Shirley Manson

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Cruise stocks drop after CDC extends no-sail order

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:06 min | 6 months ago

Cruise stocks drop after CDC extends no-sail order

"On the cruise industry, which has been shut down since the start of the pandemic. Miami bureau chief Jonathan Lovin from Bloomberg on the K R LD news lines for Jonathan. The government's no sale order has been extended. Correct, so cruise lines simply cannot sail in U. S waters until the end of September. That puts them back at October 1. If they want to restart cruises at that time. Was this expected? Well, it was expected, inasmuch as a major industry group very recently said that they were voluntarily suspending operations through September 15th on and you know, we understand that the announcement was made with some degree of coordination with the CDC. This essentially extends the timeline by 15 days. It's two more weeks that cruise lines cannot Have operations in US orders, and we hear a lot about the airlines and the difficult times they're going through right now. What about the Royal Caribbean's and the Carnival's of the world? How much financial difficulty or are they in right now? Yeah, well, I think it's ah, pretty straightforward equation, even for non financial folks there. Like I said at the outset, they're spending a ton of money because there's a capital intensive industry just paying for the maintenance of these massive fleet. And they're essentially not making a dime, You know, I mean, they're bringing in cash to a certain extent because they're booking future trips, including in 2021. But this is hard for these companies that had to go out to Wall Street and raised billions of dollars just to ensure That they can get by for the next few months in a no revenue environment. Unlike the airlines, which have not been shut down completely, the cruise lines are if they were open and able to sail. Jonathan, would there be some business? What? There be some people willing to take cruises right now. Yeah. There are a few diehards out there and you know you can. You can see it on social networks and so for, uh, you know, certain people just just loved they're they're cruising. But no doubt this. The episodes of You know, February and March. I think cast a chill over the consumer environment and in the past, this industry has been has been resilient, but it's going to take time for the broad public. I think to be comfortable on a cruise ship. As much as these companies are trying to put out the word that they're doing everything possible to create a bubble there for AH, for future customers. That's

Jonathan Lovin United States Bureau Chief Bloomberg K R Ld CDC Miami Royal Caribbean U. S
GitHub Engineers Discuss Upcoming Features for GitHub Mobile

Software Engineering Daily

02:18 min | 6 months ago

GitHub Engineers Discuss Upcoming Features for GitHub Mobile

"What are the upcoming features? Gabon mobile that you're focused on right now. Some of the big ones Bryan talked a little bit about the notifications support I. think that's pretty important to us right now. One of the big ones that we are committed to to reaching at least a V., one of support by the end of the year would be get enterprise support. And get help has a ton of of large customers they use on premises. Installs of enterprise to build build APPs to build their tools to just run their software development teams. Some of these companies you know have tens of thousands of employees, and we really WANNA find a way so that those people can also just as much as the open source, open source or get hub enterprise cloud users have been able to use our APP to build and collaborate on software. We want to do the same for on premise customers. Well. Is there anything else that you guys would like to add about where you see? Get hub going or what changes you anticipate around the Social Network for developers? Think, we're seeing just more and more this liberation from the laptop and the desktop and I think if we project out, you can just imagine the workflows we've talked about becoming better and smoother and faster around triaging and collaborating reviewing discovering I think we can just go so deep. There I'm excited also about like the massive amount of people who have yet to discover get hub, and who aren't developers yet, and what role can get help and like. Finding them projects to learn from and contribute to overall just build more software better faster more securely. It's like this really virtuous cycle that I think we can speed up and make it feel a lot more fluid away from a computer, because not everybody has five thousand dollar Mac books like if we can, but that on a phone, we unlock a lot of software development capabilities for a lot more people, so it's a little, high level and vague and May tibial fluffy answer, but that really is our our approaching this like we can see a lot more activity. HAPPENING ON MOBILE APPS over time, and as people transition to just not needing that keyboard all the time.

Gabon Bryan MAC
"lovin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You missed Marc Lovin you missed early in go I thank you for taking my call I just had a couple of comments what about Jim Acosta he's a jackass and so disrespectful to our president and pelo see all my god I just about died when I heard her say that the president should be in jail where is the respect where is there and six it's just so degrading and being from California it's insulting but I think hello see has disrespect for all of us she is this respect for the constitution the rule of law and as much as she tries to dress herself in it we must reject it we must call them out I just want to thank you for inspiring all of us to stand up for what we believe in well you're a sweetheart thank you and I appreciate it let us go to John Doe Hey markets it was so great to see you yesterday we were so my wife and I were sold excited to meet you you know she finally got to me and she was like right it was an act that was that was outstanding wow and the people are just fantastic people that are there when you came in your uniforms I see here right yes Sir you were terrific yes other we we did that in honor of you who is in my opinion the greatest living patriot on the face of the planet and my wife agrees and you know since you started listening to you all all all of the stuff that you learn from you it's just it's just unbelievable well I want to thank you John an end you can back me up was that not an unbelievable event and wonderful okay traffic around outrageous you know and then all of the things that happened you know we we weren't able to get tickets but at the last minute you know they said Hey they got a couple left then then we went down to each of your students who are back right behind us well yeah well I'm glad you got there it was an honor to meet you and I want to meet all those other folks and god bless you take care of yourself tell you folks I wish all of you could have been there would have been outstanding and you would see mark Lavie in weekdays three PM to six PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW N. dot talk of Las Vegas six nine Steve Sanchez with a six PM to eight PM now back upright and kill me down one oh one five FM seven twenty eight Kate on talk show that surreal is the Brian kill me now if president trumps state of the union was a manifesto of mistruths as speaker Pelosi so aptly put it president trump's latest budget proposal is a blueprint for destroying America one word nine letters sums up the president's budget H. Y. P. O. C. R. I. S. why hypocrisy okay it's good to know he could spell the word and lead to to the ideas of my speaking extremes about a budget they could be debated but I thought that was totally unnecessary manner help put it together okay did is Russ vote acting OMB director Mister director thanks for joining us I don't think you feel the same way about the budget you submitted you know I appreciate you have me on your show center Schumer's totally false totally inaccurate this president's budget and he has long stated this budget complies with fully protects all security and Medicare his commitments to our nation's seniors Medicare will grow by six percent every year Medicare will grow three percent on average so there are forms to lower the cost of prescription drugs coupon drugs but it there are things along those lines that lead to better outcomes for beneficiaries but there are no cuts to Medicare Medicaid or some security in the US for twenty eight point nine billion for the Pentagon to modernize their nuclear delivery system nineteen point eight billion for the national nuclear security administration twenty percent increase over the past years that's for importance everyone keeps putting that off you have a nine percent decline on the centers for disease control and prevention now with the with the corona virus people think that might be challenging but just in terms of public awareness he also notify capital that you might reprogram a hundred thirty six million in funds for the fiscal year to address the virus yeah you also have an increase of for NASA of twelve percent sure let me get at the the CDC number we fully fund at last year's level the the CDC numbers that are devoted towards fighting infectious disease at four billion dollars what we reduce it is the mission creep over twenty or thirty years of CDC not fighting seat infectious diseases and investing in occupational health research to that was really lacking in the nineteen seventies is no longer there also involved in climate change research and so we do find efficiencies but it's in the mission creep side the CDC and not the fighting of of infectious diseases like their importantly doing right now you said the EPA budget will be slashed by twenty six percent where's the is their fat there or is there what what do you see that they did that allowed that we see mission creep with the with the P. A. whereas they need far less money to be able to enforce the law the president wants clean air clean water clean land he won T. P. A. Tim insure there's compliance on those fronts but there's a whole host of activities and I'm just give you one example the energy star program which is a a generally successful program but businesses get a benefit from it and so our view is that they should pay for it and not taxpayers pick up the time and have user fees be what's contributing to that similarly there's things that the state and local level that can be funded and that are voluntary based on a particular region that EPA does not have to bear the the cost them you have local money for the wallet two billion dollars last year yes for five billion why last because we got essentially what we needed in this last week budget cycle whether in some form or fashion we have significant resources up to miles to construct a thousand miles we the president has stated we've we've built about a hundred miles we have will be at about five hundred miles by the start of next year and we have resources beyond that so we're going to continue to request funding for the wall we have another two billion dollars to go beyond that but we are now moving into that stage or focus predominately because we have the resources on getting the mild built along the southern border and will in in getting into a little bit more of a steady state there is also the theory is it will pay for self soon because you have less border patrol and the boy walls going up with technology which cuts back on manpower in theory NASA twelve percent increase which is interesting when people going to balance the budget they've been hatching NASA why you increasing yeah and I said this in some of my public comment for this we don't view this as a green eye shades budget where you look for that he'll proficiency everywhere but in terms of prioritizing investments where the president feels that the country needs to spend some money this is an example of that we are trying to get back to the moon by twenty twenty four and use that as a springboard to the Mars and beyond the you know you think you think why is it taking so long to get back to the moon why don't why are you know we had invest in in in the landers to be able to get down to the moon's surface and I will continue investing the SLS rocket to get back to the moon these are all important national spending priorities that we don't want to sacrifice even though we need to get get back to an air of balance yeah I am by the way Nancy Pelosi obviously not pleased let's listen it's absolutely shameful again the CIP budgets was be a statement of our values once again this president is demonstrating how little he values the good health financial security and well being of hard working American families this budget is an insult to the hopes and dreams and aspirations of America's working families it increases the national debt it must be rejected your reaction yeah and more inaccuracies on the part of the speaker Pelosi this budget actually get a handle on our debt it's the only game in town that's a campaign to try to deal with you know our deficits this president continues to put Ford more spending reduction more deficit reduction than any president in history what we don't do is we don't expect that the American people are going to have to come with and provide more more taxes to pay for the reckless spending in Washington DC that is a a world you difference between this president and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer when you look at this budget what do you do to Medicare what why is this such a discovery be what you're doing do you do you slow the increase yeah we we have six percent growth in Medicare the what that will people are we're sure referring to are the savings proposals that have keeper healthcare and therefore better outcomes in one just give you two examples when you lower purse the cost of prescription drugs in Medicare that leaves a savings that means that you are able to not spend as much as you would have had to do because of higher healthcare costs but you're still growing significantly each and every year since similarly think of a cat scan that costs two hundred thirty dollars at an outpatient hospital in only cost a hundred eighteen dollars at a position to location that kind of differential is is something that we believe we can find savings and actually lead to better outcomes because people are making referrals to one location for higher reimbursement about Medicaid has fifty seven billion dollars in improper payments last year and yet we don't have the statutory tools to pull those improper payments back to leading the kind of things there he either any diner in the country explain the proposal these are just common sense reforms to be a better steward of taxpayer resources and you look at the amount of money each year devoted to Medicare and Medicaid and they will grow with each and every year so lastly Mister director overall this is a budget is an outline of what you want of course you love did start over but it's not going to happen that way who is this is it up to secretary Manouchian to get is yet to roll up his sleeves and start working on this what do you see this going down to its two being continuing resolutions again no I think where we are right now your honor to your budget agreement we have to put forward a statutory requirement to produce a budget it is much more of a fiscal plan for the future we hope that Congress takes us up on many of these this year my guess is we're gonna have to have a national action to figure out whether Washington DC is gonna side with this president and the American people in favor bouncing their budget but there are some things we think we can get done in prescription drug costs lowering but I think we you know we want to continue to put these proposals out there if the American people give this president other term sixteen years he'll balance the budget that's correct and we think it's important to keep giving ourselves a fiscal goal of the io balancing the budget some have said is is is not invoke but every American family does it and we want to make sure that even though the significant fiscal counter that we're facing that we we put that out as a marker we believe we're going to have it well is so far the economy's going well the market's down a hundred twenty three point I know you don't do day to day but is this corona virus fueled or is this a correction after thirty five percent growth since December yeah we're working hard on the corona virus or sponsor team is is looking at everything that we can do on a day to day basis there's a task force that's involved our economists are not concerned that this is going to lead to anything more than a ripple from from one quarter the next but the team is is leaning forward as as much as we possibly can to protect the American people and to ensure that there's minimal economic impact all right so do you are you going to get this are you going to get this job you nominated for this job Brian I don't worry about things like that I did come to work every day do my job and served as president and helping him get the promises he made to the American people done Russ vote acting OMB director thanks so much for us thanks Brian I got it we come back your call is one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine one eight six six.

Marc Lovin Jim Acosta president
"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"Thousand six hundred and fifty days. Can we find out how long is because I feel like. He's up to that number out there quite obvious. How long is being? Ah Got me rocky you got me. Good Belinda looked cruelly the bish kitchenware on display all around them so bish supplies allies cosmos. Show not for long. If BELINDA got anything to do with it it was so unfair that horrid lot from East Berlin had worldwide rights to the cooking with cosmo show. Sorry sorry secret mission. I thought she was supposed to be Allen. George Bush faffing around TV studios power couple of found. What was it what you mean? They have worldwide rights. What is he talking about a good deal but also a good deal? Oh let me ride. Product placement rights for COSMO was cooking with cosma cooking with causeway chains. What's he do we I also I feel like there are other cooking shows why is only just occur to them that this is a good room? We've got like Jamie Oliver in the Smith de I gem you much better like tedious. Say He's big. Yeah why don't you just do a show in the UK and get the world rights because because that would scare dad. Because they're real cosmic Conde Kuzma. Condiment is no rookie. Just wanted to go to Australia and this is his way of like going to Australia. And his offense your holiday home right it in the books she spat in each pot pan casserole dish in griddle. Taj Is this show him not proudly whatever. How did she get onto sat? It took care of that from the security help Aman but this morning the floor manager or the cameraman nor the director. Some girl with uh-huh I feel. I should be quiet. Quick Goblin on everything not proudly but whatever then the goals nestled themselves into cosmo macro runes dressing room adorned with the star. I mean I was. I look at each other play Spanish pans uh-huh and broke into his dressing room. They are going to get what they get deported before. They've even had time to get George. What are they doing James I i? It's not worth. It's not worth your tears. It's not worth Vein Rick. The time flew with French. Kiss here in a buttock brush their but before not also long. Bala needed a we free. She excused herself but just as she had left. The back. Door opened and Cosmo Mukuru himself entered to his own special hideaway. Eitan Indiana wasting no minute. Nor Moment Belinda data presented herself to the cook. How which end just like legs Akimbo on the floor? Sunny side up cosmo. I'm a psycho in your dressing room. I find the Chairwoman Nichols. Don't buy me you didn't know me. I just salivated over ever all your house the show my dna all over your cats do business. Hello Costco then. Do I now Bischofshofen Cosmo. Belinda was bruised. He seemed so nice. It's on the one program. She watched that one time guy who said she undid her zipper revealing her thick cleavage. diff- woman everyone's very shrill but also say quite renewed in Australia so far. She's walked into his own dressing room stranger in. Would you say they go out and you go. Oh you is. Would you be a step between that. Belinda was flummoxed one small. What was with all these ozzy men? Luckily for all Bala was a quick Pyssa. Remember you'll brandy leave better baby bell. Oh my God her out. Get Our D. butter baby. so He's always said. Sobriety is a mini cheese brandy. Butter is what you have on like Christmas desserts so a mini cheese doused in sweet sweet brandy butter households fucking awful events have weird kind of wax. They met before. Remember your brandy butter baby bell. She chimed as the premiere. Food food. preparer of primetime turned raft. That's quite nice. Little Evola ceratinly at the premiere food. Prepare Primetime back awesome. Biller Ridley Body doing air. The mining lease compromise. Ah I liked that. He Times on all the different parts of his business. Because about the fans list compromise what the even entail do know each other. It's the mailing list. Concrete lost not a phrase by the way. 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"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

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"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"Hello Everybody and welcome to my dad wrote a Porno Alison. James how are you both. Its chapter ten when we on the list again we do indeed e on the home straight. That's why I'm excited today. When he said I'm straight we're GONNA miss this comes up to thirteen? Well you too will not sure I will. And who knows once we're in Australia. We might really start to enjoy ourselves. I still have a holiday on Vaca-. We're going to be in Australia ourselves. Come January very soon in fact contol we start there. Are we going in the some of this time. which will be lovely January that then the next editor in New Zealand that America mention but we'll play radio city the musical? You'll finally come into that. Yes I think I think my mom away yes. Everyone's coming about six seats Philadelphia. I think a lot of my friends are coming. It's going to be quite because I don't know that I invited my parents per se. They are turning on if they pay for the tickets. How can I stop than the UK will playing playing all over the UK London Palladium that might if we do Jamie treading the boards once again? Will you be backstage all front of House. I will flip through the. Yeah Yeah we probably writing as possible Asia and Europe. Of course yes. Please do tickets if you fancy seeing us chat all all things Melendez thirtieth birthday on stage you can see this waffle lied in front of you very is this but flabby. Ah Yes if you want to get kids can go I to my dad wrote porno dot com slash. Live candidate okay. So we've been in the Air Hazel and Belinda in the cock pit. Tim Literally take the most unlikely of meetings. It's almost if it was crowbar in just to get Hazel Book. Somehow she is a firm favourite with nobody. I see the people start with love when he wants to know the chapter title of this one star crossed Lovin. Oh okay little shake spend on harsh as we know rocky prides himself and having been compared to Shakespeare Michael. Shane identifies himself as shakes these days as a modern bar designed. Maybe they're flying like seventy thousand feet. Maybe this is loving electorally in the Star fucking high these books go to space. Nothing would surprise me at this point. It's your tant easy into things like science. Well he was a geologist of course so actually he is quite technically minded. Geologists said he doesn't know about high just about love into the core yes Makmur is his friend not so much stars. was he a qualified geologists. Though that's what I'm trying to get what he's got like a degree in it the ticket. Yes he's got agree in it. Yeah I forget. They're very very good university as well. Which one could possibly say Sheffield distance themselves from the call from a electra? And from the students you know that he went to the same school as the leading to nine at the same time you went to my dads who who told you this him. Yes well that's fact. Check Politial Jamie. And he talked about that. He's now the most famous ex student. Including the Duke of Willington Addington Not True. So is the Duke of Wellington geologist. Schools School O Secondary School Island. You do you need. I'm sure. Many many famous Sheffield University. Do you have any famous people at your school. Oh Yeah do actually you know that designer. Suppose Smith yes. What are you going to school Moscow? When it was a boys school? I didn't I didn't go and it was boy school. What are you doing very who no? No one. No oddest Odyssey. No one was someone that wants one like a reality show. She was a few years below. May We've never crossed paths in real life. It's the biggest lie Danielle Hope. Hey goes moving james. No I didn't never done. You'll hope she's she's a Western star. Listen very good singer. Yes all right well. Is this the gathering of the Daniele hunk. Thank yes welcome. Nobody famous onto James the school. Now's like Jane Cricketer. I've never heard of. I think that's the best either. Sorry how did we get onto this from the Duke of Wellington how to be onto this from Paul. How do we ever get onto anything guys? So chapter ten Reggie. Let's get onto taste. Saddle up because we go into the stars home I got. Belinda blinked five chapter ten star-crossed Lovin in.

Gimlet Media: Alex Blumberg and Matt Lieber

How I Built This

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Gimlet Media: Alex Blumberg and Matt Lieber

"Guy Roz and on the show today you public radio producers turn podcasts into Prophet and the media company called Gimblett that sold for more than two hundred million dollars so somebody you may know that for most of my early career I was a news person I covered a bunch of wars that was posted overseas it was a host on NPR's evening news show but then in two thousand twelve I left I left to essentially relaunch a podcast it was called the radio hour and I still hosted in back then that decision believe it or not was like going into the Wilderness of journalism several of my colleagues you're going to do a lot podcast and to be honest I was a little embarrassed myself I was leaving the prestigious world of news the exile of podcasts but of course what eventually happened was precisely the opposite of exile podcasts exploded today's podcast are a half a billion dollar industry and what was once considered an afterthought even a place like NPR is now one of its most important sources of revenue now back in two thousand fourteen what my colleagues was watching this explosion really closely his name is Alex Blumberg Alex is someone I've admired for a long long time he was a producer on this American life and then he went on to co create one of my favorite shows planet money and Alex started to dream of an idea to build a production company like HBO except for Audio podcasts but even then the thought of making money of podcasts was still a fairly new proposition besides like a lot of mature and stable organizations NPR can be slow to innovate Alex realized he couldn't launch this idea inside the company so he laughed which was a huge gamble lots of people in public radio thought he was nuts he also knew nothing about how to run a business now as many of you may know Alex documented this journey on a podcast called startup in that show he describe the emotional ups and downs of starting the business and how he eventually came to meet his co founder Matt Lieber they decided to call their company Gimblett and not to produce a bunch of podcasts including reply all and homecoming and then in two thousand nine hundred Nineteen Matt and Alex sold the company they founded spotify for around two hundred million dollars which I think is fair to say is not a sum of money you often hear connected to public radio folks unless they are major donors anyway we'll hear from Lieber a bit later in the show but I assume Alex who grew up in Cincinnati his dad was in advertising and mom ran a public assistance program in the city and even though it may not seem obvious given what they did Alec says both of them were actually really entrepreneur Royal Oh yeah they were entrepreneurial and we never use that word yeah I didn't learn that word at home I probably learned that we're in college my mom was a social worker and she ran a public employee assistance program that I never heard her talk about it that way and then my father he was advertising my dad was always in advertising and he you know he was a copywriter and then worked with different people different agencies and then eventually started his own retiring agency and then that agency and then another one that became Wolf Bloomberg Crotty so he was the Bloomberg and the Wolf Bloomberg Cody and I grew pretty big group like at a certain point there were like seventy eighty people big and he never talked about it as like this is my business citing like we're building this business or anything like that if anything he was I about why I don't think he valued it at all like I think all he wanted to do was be a poet really or like an academic or a great thinker but he had this successful business that seemed to kind of grow I guess just grow on its own or or grow organically I know I mean I remember asking him about this at one point because it was like later later later in the journey when we when matinee started Gimblett and we were like growing this company and it was like all I could think about and it was assuming every single sort of thought in my mind and when Tom later I asked him about that was like how did you feel about it when you're starting I never heard Stories from me about it and I think what he told me it was like he was like I just never felt like I never felt like those people the people I worked with you did you sense or notice a change in your family's lifestyle you know having gone from Your Dad working for a company your mom doing social work to him running this pretty successful at it agency Oh yeah there is there is a there was a moment where my dad's company was doing very well and business was booming and the one of the ants was pressuring gamble and all the sudden had money and it was fortunately right around the time that I was going to college so they were able to pay for me and my sister in college you went to College Oberlin and you studied political science government did you did you sense of what you wanted to do when you were in college think I WANNA get into public service like my mom I wanna do some kind of social worker was that Japan or did you think one again to journalism or did you not really no and I think I had a sense of like wanting to do something good in the world like I remember I studied Russian because back when I was in college Russia's Evil Empire ah communism right and I had this very sort of political feeling about like you know they're they're people just like you and me Mr Reagan and I'm going to learn their language and prove it to you and I think one of the things I was a big consumer of narrative nonfiction from an early age you know we had magazines lying around the house like we had the New Yorker and Harper's that was kind of household and like I pick them up early and really loved them and then as I got older I loved them more than yeah but I never I never saw myself off has doing that that felt like the people who did that the people who did journalism those are the kids who are like sort of on the school paper out had majored in journalism and had like gotten internships when they're in college and you weren't doing any of that I wasn't doing it I was like tested well I took AP classes yeah but I was not a mode it student I was very comfortable with a high so you graduate am I guess you you go back to Cincinnati well no I went to Russia in a year in Russia then spent a summer in Cincinnati and then moved Chicago and that's where I sort of picked up my post collegiate life was an wasn't cog on an in Chicago you're actually a teacher right I was yeah I taught school at a private school for for four years I taught science but it wasn't GonNa be the thing you were going to do but it wasn't the thing I was going to do no I didn't I didn't feel like it was nothing at like at a certain point sort of in in my second or third year it was like I don't think this is really what I wanna do but like honestly guy I think really what happened was my girlfriend broke up with me in Chicago in Chicago we'd been dating for many years and we're lovin it just it really shook me and when she you gotta do and she was like I'm going to move to New York and I'm going to film school and I was like wait that's not fair we weren't supposed to be actually pursuing our dreams you're going to actually pursue your dream and then I was like Oh my God and now you're GonNa go to film school and then you're going to become a famous director and then your name is going to be the marquee I'm going to be supervising recess and it shook me and it shook me into realizing I was like well we why is that wrong I thought I like supervising recess and then I realized like no I I have something else that's my ambition

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I played 53 Apple Arcade titles and enjoyed almost every one

The MacCast

10:51 min | 1 year ago

I played 53 Apple Arcade titles and enjoyed almost every one

"Go to a more positive note to end the show. What do you think yeah I think we should get all Gucci in Mushy on apple because I have of something that I have fallen completely in love with and I thought it was going to happen and it did I am having a love affair right now with apple orcades and the reason is you might be going Adam. It's not out yet. It's coming out on Friday yet. I lucked out and got early. Beta access actually if you're on the Beta of of IOS thirteen It sounds like you can get access to apple arcade. I read an article where it said it was being randomly only selected but I've seen a lot more people getting it so maybe it was just a slow roll out regardless getting a tryout apple arcade paying for it for ninety nine a month. I signed Yep. I'm actually on the free month trial and it is amazing. I can say it's amazing and I'm not even a heavy Gamer as you might know but I like playing casual games James. I like playing games from time to time and having a handful of titles sixty four right now is the current sample. That's up there in their adding more for all the time that I can just look at C. One that interests me and click get and play has been amazing using the titles everything that I've looked at so far. Each one of them has been unique. It's been innovative extremely well-designed plays extremely well visually amazing and engaging and I think most of all just a bunch of fun. I've tried a bunch of different. John Ras not every APP just a handful of them at this point but I can tell you that every title that I have tried has been quality. This is tot top top notch stuff from some amazing developers and apple really did a great job selecting those developers and putting this together what's also great is because it's a paid for service no anna purchase no constantly being haggled haggled or nagged to buy gems and this that and the other with real cash you get everything all the features full featured applications no no micro transactions no in-app purchases and it's incredible and I think because of that because developers don't have the pressure of trying to get more money out of you through in-app purchase and micro transactions and luke boxes and all that garbage I think the game play is better better and the results are stunning. I think developers not having to focus on that part of it which is really marketing gets gets them to the place where all they have to focus on is making great games with really great game play and compelling content and I think it shows I ran across one title on the the APP dappled that does actually have a quote unquote store but it uses currency that you earn during Gameplay to let you buy more levels and more content. It's it's actually an en- game element. It's a reward system system for playing the game and doing well in the game and it makes the game more fun. It's not an oppressive soul-crushing punishment system that says I am going to block block you from playing or enjoying this game until you give me money or by gems or a loop box or upgrade your stuff with real cash. It's not like that at it's a reward system that drives the game play and that's the kind of creativity that I'm talking about you. Go in there and you're like Oh. I WANNA go play more so I can earn more so than I can buy these other books in the store so I can get more content so I can enjoy the game more. It's really a lot of fun and that game by the way is called dear reader later some of the other titles that I've tried so far. Scien- our wild hearts which I think was one of the ones that they demo D- great sound very fast paced game a lot of fun very challenging it works with an MFA game controller which is Great. I'm enjoying that part of it. I've also tried patterned. Shins Sky deep-sea. I think that's how you say the the underwater one again another one they they showed off at the event tint hot lava wear cards fall which is the one from snowman which I was very much looking forward to and was worried when it got pulled into Apple Arcade 'cause that was going going to be a release on Ios and then it was like oh no. You're only going to be able to get it through apple arcade well because of the pricing. I have a feeling that game alone would have been a five to ten in dollar game and now you have it as part of the four ninety nine a month subscription. I think this is just an incredible value. Even if you are not a huge game team player now everything isn't perfect. There are some very very minor what I would call an almost hesitate to call downsides one is that not all titles seem to support external game controllers several do but I figured many would because of the Apple TV and I haven't been able to retrial on the Apple TV yet. It's not been enabled for that right now. It's just enabled on IOS devices so I can't speak very much the TV experience but I expect it to to be pretty good. I think it would be better with a game controller. I'm not a huge fan of playing games with Apple's remote. I think it's okay but it's not really great I'll probably try playing them mostly with the remote on my iphone because you get a little more real estate for swiping and stuff like that so again. I'll have to let you know in the future how that experience goes but you know minor complaint there and then the only other thing is I could see storage on our vices once again becoming an issue because some of these titles do actually run in the one gigabyte plus range so download sixteen titles and you've just download potentially sixteen gigabytes goodbye. It's worth of content and you download the titles which might sound like a disadvantage but the advantage there is just like the APP store. You have these on your device. They're not going to be reliant reliant on being connected to the Internet now. Some do have connections needed for some of the game play but overall. These are standalone games. You can take them with you you. You don't own them obviously because it's a subscription service but you can have as many on your phone is you can get in terms of the storage so overall. There is great value here. I do think the value is real even if you're a moderate level game player if you're really really just a casual game player. You're not really league games. They don't excite you very much then definitely it's apple arcade. It's not a service probably for you but I do think there are some gamers who might be more casual Gamer or to convert into Maybe mid to moderate level game players if they had the service if you had access to this great content because I think it it is very compelling him a lot of games right games are fun to play on our IPADS and iphones so there you have it. I'm Lovin the service there are or if you other sort of business concerns that I have in just overall ecosystem concerns that I have that I did want to bring up with you and get your opinion on one. One thing I'm concerned about is what does this do to titles that are outside Apple Arcade because I have a feeling just in my few days of playing with it that this is going to be the first place I go to look for new game. I won't be necessarily going to the Games tab in the APP store anymore because hey here's a bunch of quality titles that are being added to all the time. It's growing library that I just have access to. I don't have to pay anything more for what does that do to the other eco-system how do other apps that are not invited into apple arcade and right now it is invite only. Abbas to bring these in how are they going to compete and I think in my mind the best case scenario. Is that developers see that hey there are a lot of people signing for Apple Arcade. These are people who probably really don't like inept purchase. They don't like premium. They're willing to pay obviously if they're buying a subscription service to play games. Maybe I should be targeting getting that market. Maybe I should be focusing more on the game play making a really great compelling game selling it for a set price and I can get some of these people who are getting being more into games to buy my title as well and I think that's sort of apples hope with this is that they can showcase really great games that don't don't have a lot of what I feel are kind of these oppressive mechanisms in them and that will convert more people into people who are willing to pay for and by I great games that would be the best case scenario in my opinion worst case scenario is that it pushes some game developers out of the APP store or they just give up or that others more heavily adopt the freemen model making their stuff free and adding even more inept purchase and premium stuff to make back the revenue revenue so I hope it's not the latter. I hope we don't end up with sort of this bifurcation of here's all the junky free medium low low-quality stuff over here in only the good stuff is in apple arcade. I don't think that's going to be ultimately good for game. Developers don't think it's ultimately going to be good for iphone an apple so I'm hoping that's not what happens but potentially could the other side of this is I also have concerns for the developers as there seems to be a a lot of unanswered questions for how they actually make money if they are part of arcade. Is this thing sustainable. We know that upfront apple partnered with some developers. There's even providing funding in some cases that they could actually develop their games which is great but what happens with the subscription revenue. How how does that get divided up how much ZAPPA keep how much goes to the to the developers and I think even more importantly. How does each developer get their portion of that money. How is that cool. Shared is divided equally. My guess is probably not. Is it done by downloads of the game. You know. How many installs happen maybe is done by the amount of time people people spend actually in game playing that could be a possibility as well. We really don't now and what happens when the number of titles grows that revenue pot is going to get divided up even more so. Is there going to be this kind of competition for that money and how does that affect developers within at ecosystem as well. I don't really know the answers to these questions. Apple

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These Male Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating

Channel 33

02:02 min | 1 year ago

These Male Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating

"Tiber david shoemaker guesses strain punt headline. Tuesday's headline was about an australian scientist. She studies sea snakes by the sea floor. We're gonna stick david with new york times. Were also gonna stick with animals and we're also going to stick with australian. Animals with a story sent to us by patrick grunter enter. It's a story by any roth about an animal called the kaluga the kaluga and by the way this is another one just like the snake story. I recommend you go and read. The whole thing is it's fascinating. Forget the headline just read the story anyway and brought the rights at the kaluga is a marsupial kinda mousy looking and the colluded david is what they call semillas do word for me. Smell paris and simone peres means that win they mate they die when the male colluded mates it dies roth writes for milk. Liudas sex is suicide. Okay now. We're going to go with the twitter headline here the not the one on the piece but the one times used on twitter. What is the strained pun headline about collude. 'as that die after mating <hes>. Oh my gosh i mean it's not dead and married. <hes> the <hes> loving has lovin of in <hes> <hes> like i love you to death or something. What would this be. It's this is the <hes> little little more punny little more outside. The word love a little bit. Am i so it says something. The sex said think of think of some synonyms for sex okay synonyms doing. I assume it's not like a like a just a plain curse word <hes> no less uh <hes> arch off here marsupials go out now with a bang is that it is not with a

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Reports: Woodstock 50 in Maryland will be free event; another act drops out

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Reports: Woodstock 50 in Maryland will be free event; another act drops out

"Four another headliner is pulled out of the Woodstock fifty concert as it struggles to regroup with new plans to hold the festival in Columbia Maryland next month this time around on tour is who were among the highest high profile acts left country Joe McDonald who performed at the nineteen sixty nine original festival said he would be a lot of the event is held in Maryland the organizers of answering their after they failed to secure permits at two locations in upstate New York former Lovin spoonful front man John Sebastian also pulled out joining Dayton company JZ and John

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"lovin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Dave damage shakes here for good sports and now Lovin Brolin and Boston it up Adam Corolla Arolla yeah get it off got to get it on choice but again on the mandate she get it on Xtra tune in. Thanks for telling the friend love that about you <hes> Gina Grad not here today. Hey Vinny riches those bio isn't I don't think Mex- Panacea one. We won't get the plugs in. I don't know why you got one didn't seem to get one but I got Martin Cope so we'll talk about <hes> that as well good to see if any great great to see you guys much to talk about with the Vinnie and fat that documentary premiers today by the way can order it on Campbell movies and Amazon. I highly recommend it's very well done. It's not just <hes> straight delivery three of the information. It's <hes> reenactments. It's well. It's well crafted. It's lots of lots of stuff. Vinnie vinnie comes across great but <hes> tons of information and entertaining as well we'll get more into that and Vinnie's recent accomplishment of climbing with mountain did you climb grandparents Zona Liama block in France and that was just recently now was last two weeks ago so we're going to talk all about that. We're looking at a glorious picture. If you onlooking mountain rocky about if I drag oh speaking of movies <hes> we've got the Quentin Tarantino offering to get into we've ranked are Quentin Tarantino ten movies one through ten one being being best ten being early shared of other bad Quentin Tarantino movies but like I don't know eventually if you have ten children and says rank them someone's credit. Someone's gotTa be last at a certain point. We'll talk about the movies movies that certain point it's like I like this movie but I don't like it as much as the other so. It's got to be seventh or whatever rice so we got that weird at a couple of weird winky dinks one is we talked walked as we tape the show on Friday and last Friday and <hes> Brian was heading off to go see once upon a time in Hollywood soon as we finished <hes> for for me. I was GONNA catch it on Saturday night before did a show in Pasadena and I got off on this C. C. and company movie that Star Joe Nemeth and we talked about it for ten minutes. We're making fun one of the toilet seat in the back of the chopper and cycle movie right yeah and all that God obscure we go ahead and call it obscure we got into that and the movie started with the trailer right aid no when she went to see her with the trailer but it was a third of the way in but yeah but there there's you went to see Sharon tate character Sharon tate bobby went to see her own movie right the dried movie and they're running the trail running the trailer for season in company. I'm like we just talked about this. Ninety minutes ago this very weird magnet momentary insane on a on a weird negative note. I there's an agent who is a pretty high up guy and William Morris back in the day he broke off any went and did his.

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"lovin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on KTOK

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"lovin" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lovin" Discussed on WTVN

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"lovin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lovin" Discussed on KGO 810

"That Farrakhan Lovin trying to remember name the bug eyed realtor, she got an emerald terrorized. I always tell by realtor ice. She got him guideline Farrakhan fan Israel hater. The lefty down mass, Damascus. Very flower of American womanhood there Roseanne Barr talking about AOL see green deal. I was unfamiliar with the term realtor is. I've never heard it. She got him. Now, I got it. Well, she clearly got him bug-eyed. Let's give news now with Marshall Phillips. On an entirely different note. He is being called a domestic terrorist, a US coastguard officer and alleged white supremacist is being accused of planning to carry out a large-scale domestic terror attack. FBI agents arresting Lieutenant Christopher Paul Hassen and sees the stockpile of weapons ammunition and drugs, he had bottles of growth hormone all over the place all lease were seized from his Silver Spring, Maryland home on Friday. He sounds like he was attempting to be in the league the Vegas killer. Right. Really mass. Thank god. He was so crazy. It would appear that he put this off. As he did his growth hormone, and all this other crazy stuff in in somehow somebody caught on to what he was up to thank goodness in the federal authorities rooted.

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McDonalds Lost Its EU trademark and BK is Lovin It

Business Wars Daily

04:13 min | 2 years ago

McDonalds Lost Its EU trademark and BK is Lovin It

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages. Thanks can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday, February twelve sometimes you just know when a marketing team is having fun and the case of Burger King. They've seemed downright gleeful this year as they turn out campaign after campaign trolling McDonald's, but became the latest opportunity to poke fun at their rival fell in their laps last month when McDonald's lost the European trademark on their signature sandwich. The Big Mac this after a legal battle with an Irish restaurant chain called yet this supermax now use of the term Big Mac is officially on the table for every business in the EU, including Burger King and use it. They have and a campaign that took trolling to new heights. Burger King Sweden rolled out a new menu, featuring classic BK sandwiches with snarky new names. The not big Macs campaign as. It was called invited customers to order items. Like, the burger Big Mac wished it was. And since no troll would be complete without video documentation, they filmed puzzled customers ordering at a Burger King. And the thing about a Big Mac? A Big Mac, but actually. Big Mac ish flame. Of course. Burger King has been making a career out of trolling McDonald's two years ago. The chain gave free walkers to customers who showed up on Halloween dressed as clowns. And last year. They gave one cent walkers to McDonald's customers who ordered their food while at McDonalds they called it there. Walker detour campaign. So it's hardly a surprise that the company would poke fun at its rival over the us trademark decision. Which by the way, McDonalds can appeal for all the fun Burger King appears to be having a big Donald expense. Burger King remains the little guy on the playground. Taking jabs at the lumbering giant McDonald's still raked in almost five times as much money as Burger King last year. And you can bet this fight will just keep getting scrappy her as each company tries to take bigger bites out of the global fast food. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, you wanna learn more about this sixty year old rivalry you can hear the whole story in our Burger King versus McDonalds series at business wars over wondering dot com or wherever you listen to podcasts. Check it out. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a semi pro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash VW daily.

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Lovin' it: Trump treats Clemson footballers to fast food dinner

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Lovin' it: Trump treats Clemson footballers to fast food dinner

"President Trump welcomes the national football champions. The Clemson Tigers to the White House and serves the team fast food burgers from McDonald's and Burger King, Domino's pizza and fries salads. Also on the table. Burger King all America companies Burger King Wendy's and McDonald's we have big batch. Which is we have everything that I liked that you like. And I know no matter what we did. There's nothing you can have this better than that. Clemson coach, Dabo Swinney. Also, speaking and football in the relationships through football created this opportunity and for that, I'm so thankful.

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Lovin' it: Trump treats champion Clemson with burgers, fries

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Lovin' it: Trump treats champion Clemson with burgers, fries

"Stunning victory. Mark Remillard, ABC news and the relationship between parents and youth league officials is coming to ahead so much so that parents bad behavior. Prompting w I a president Dave Anderson dependent op Ed telling them to cool it with the verbal abuse youth. Sports extra Barry Manilow says some states have even taken extreme measures to keep from being abused by parents in the stands. The sign contract about their behavior. Otherwise, your kids can't play or their kids are suspended from playing. There's other places in the country where they have a silence Saturdays where the games are played with no fans in the

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"lovin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lovin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"lovin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lovin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You have a good father. You may not have a good mother and still cheat on her. With other women. My mom. I understand that. So your mother is angry and anger comes out on you. Because you're you're the extension her. So if you hate your father, she says, she's starting to hate. And she had loves you too much to overcome it just to overcome to try to get rid of the shame of of guilt for being angry with her husband. But. Do you? And I'm not saying she did that I'm saying. Women who feel guilty for hating. The husband title looked for Lovin in the children. So that kind, but they went something back. They want the child to love her. Now, they're put the hepatitis in that place. See you simple. Gordon, you do not know any more. How you got screwed and how you are suffering right now. But your mother went through the same thing and your, grandma and your great grandmother and your great great ram. All frustration. We do not know how to love each other. We get frustrated. We don't get what we want for them. I don't want anything from you. I don't want your money. I don't want you to come to my church unless you want to because there isn't a church. We don't own anybody. I help people and say good bye nice knowing you if you want to listen to my program, if I can help you and be of service, except I do not by bond bind, you to the fact that I have.

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Wendy the Slow Adult Is Jealous of Robins Relationship With Howard  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Wendy the Slow Adult Is Jealous of Robins Relationship With Howard The Howard Stern Show

"The Howard Stern show Wendy. The slower dope is upset with you, Robin, what is she said with me about? I don't know, fine out real quick. We don't when the I don't have a lot of time, but why are you upset with Robin it? Can you talk about role the era day and Lovin come about you this? Oh, it's me typing. I think Wendy's doing a routine. Yeah. What is this? Wendy. You talk about how your with him and he's coke about you and how you you. She's jealous to you. Do you have any kind of relationship with someone like I have with Robin, another words high talk about. I love doing a show with Robin, I don't wanna do it without her. Do you have someone close to you in your life like. We. That's what I thought the she's upset with you for saying. I wanna be with you. I thought you were in love with the Jason Kaplan. Well, I take my mind God damn. Good. Wendy, how in love with me, I don't know if you're for real or not, but if you're being sincere. You come down. How are you? I'm telling you every breaking our.

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"lovin" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"lovin" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"And i've heard through the grapevine which by the way is my text messages that michael bolton from the tenth amendment center will quite possibly becoming through as well so if you're in the area and you're listening to this live today because there's not that much time left for it come check that out should be a lot of fun and yeah just just been having a great time out here and yeah gotta come back out soon i guess 'cause man l is always a lot of fun sue anyway okay so i don't know i guess i'll just a few things that were on my mind that we could we could talk about today number one was that excuse me i really really enjoyed the last episode that we did where i had stefan consolo on i think that guy's great i've been a huge fan of his for a long time so i was glad to get him on the show and i've had like a few responses from people that i thought it was worth just kind of reiterating what he was saying and why i agree with him and that the correct libertarian position is that there's no such thing as intellectual property and that kind of flies in the face of of the non aggression principle or true property rights because i had a few people who who were saying things like well so dave now that you've admitted you don't believe in intellectual property it's i guess it's cool for me to go illegally download libertas right which of course if you don't know as my debut our comedy special which all of you good people should have gone in and purchased by now and yes i can say you should have purchased it just to make this clear.

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