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Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Lincoln Project Slams Fox News and Rupert Murdoch for 'Killing Americans'

"Get back to the studio. I know you'll prepping furiously. Somebody wants to talk on this issue. Our good friend. Leonardo in new jersey line for welcome leo i. Yeah that's incredible david chipman. I'm sure you've heard the other clip of him right speaking of some digs a. Can you define an assault rifle. He can't this guy he wants to run the atf. And he conned. Define the thing. He wants to ban leo. He's he's a real frigging genius. What working weapon. What working weapon isn't a lethal weapon. He he's just a genius. But i wanted to say that you know. I heard that clip of him. And i think you'll recall it and i said i have told you that we have Family are luma n- first world war Rifle stock lugar that my dad brought out the were running with general patton rate so i listened and i said where did i put it so right away. Maybe a deplorable and a tiger king. I i wanted to look behind my two. they can and the beef jerky you know the clip. I'm talking about the boating accident with your lugar leo. Did you have a boat sudden boating accident. Yeah it wasn't there. So i got you know. I panicked then. I realized you know where it was. I had hollowed out a watermelon and it was in the produce with collard. Greens and my black-eyed pea. So i found it. Why did he say stuff like that. This guy is a disgrace and why we're talking about scumbags and disgrace. I just got to say for new jersey to try to free the state up fully murphy. Leany should go back to check this. His

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FDA OKs 1st Targeted Drug for Common Lung Cancer Mutation

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

FDA OKs 1st Targeted Drug for Common Lung Cancer Mutation

"Government regulators have approved the first medicine to treat a common type of lung cancer that had been untreatable with drugs in the past the food and drug administration's approved Amgen's luma crafts drug the first targeted therapy for non small cell lung cancer patients with tumors that have a certain genetic mutation about thirteen thousand Americans are afflicted each year a study found that out of one hundred twenty four patients thirty six percent had tumors shrink or disappear and for most the improvement lasted six months or longer ludicrous is costly without insurance about eighteen thousand dollars a month and liver damage is among the possible side effects the FDA is requiring more study of the drug despite the early approval I'm Jackie Quinn

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Can Tampa Bay Win A Second Straight Super Bowl

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:54 min | 6 months ago

Can Tampa Bay Win A Second Straight Super Bowl

"Well in just his first season with the team brady has already brought a title to tampa buccaneers controlled. Much of last night's thirty one to nine super bowl win and brady is poised to keep winning saying after the game quote. We're coming back. You know that we do know it. And i personally love it shared. And how do you feel about is brady. Started his second dynasty in tampa skip out of his tour to detail. And if you made me say yes to say no. There's a reason why no team had repeated and sixteen years because it's hard to do and you see. Injuries are big part of this. So because we saw what happened to chiefs offensive line. They lose basically three starters and they're not the same team that they took to the super bowl the previous year. They're not even the same super bowl that would that finish the afc championship game. So injuries player key role in And plus a lot of things have to go well the injuries during the course of the season. I don't believe the pandemic. I think we're getting more and more vaccines arm and President biden was talking about last night. Say i expect the pike house for super bowl fifty six. Hopefully that's the case. Where is so fi here. Oh you're be out. I thought i'd be right over luma and plus get if you think about it. They got shack bags. A free agent. Labonte david i believe. They bite price themselves out of contracts tampa although they might be willing to take less money to come back to people. It's with jack man. Considering that he was an undrafted free agent and leave any money on the table of. Aren't they david that might be something dominant. So leonard fournette and tonio brown gronk. I believe a couple of those guys you can get back on the cheap but skipped the only have thirty guys on the contract for next year. The next is a that is forty two in the nfl their fifty three man roster only thirty the contract So who comes. Who goes is so hard to repeat because the turnover is so great now what we know right now for the most part. All the coaches are coming back. Tob old didn't get a job by relent. We didn't get a job and so for what we can see right. Now get the coaching staff. We'll be back in full. There was some speculation. That bruce arians if they won this one would would see the the head coaching to talk balls and maybe either being the background or walk into the sunset. I think this was such a headache experience for him at his age. He'd say i gotta take another shot. Hey could you remember. Meal did that and he later regretted he came. Back out of retirement ended up coaching kansas city. Yeah because he felt he made a decision out of emotion. That was the wrong decision. So maybe a fist back a couple of months but it's hard to repeat. There's a reason why there have only been in an full of teams now in the last thirty years. That's ever done it because it's so hard to cobb was dated. We did it and the patriots did it.

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Custom Commands for Common Actions

Voice in Canada

01:34 min | 7 months ago

Custom Commands for Common Actions

"Hey there terry here. It is wednesday and this is your flash briefing for today today. Want to talk about some fun. You can have with your custom routines as you may know. A routine is a single command that you can say to lexi or for that matter it can be time to just happen. Automatically at a certain time and then lexi carries out a number of commands. But the interesting thing is you could also use this feature to create a custom command for one particular action. And i'll give you an example on. It's really fun. So my daughter is really into harry potter books. Right now and there's this spell. And harry potter limos and that turns their wand essentially into a flashlight so we thought hey this would be kinda cool. She's got some. Led lights up around her room that if she could say to lexi lexi luma's that her lights in her room would turn on and we did that and the way you do that. Is you simply go into your lexi app to set up a routine you go into the app you click on the more by the more button icon in the bottom. You click on routines and then you click on the plus button. Then you're going to click on enter routine named give it a name and then when this happens you click on that and you choose voice and you type in that custom command that you want to use to control whatever action and then you go to the next step and you add that action and really. This is cool because now you can control just about any action that you can think of with just about any custom command that you can think of and so my daughter's having fun Setting up routines to do different things. That are lights based on different harry potter spells. And it's a lot of fun.

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"luma" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"luma" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Says it is not a lasting solution. Let's bring in claudia som- she's founder at stay at home macro consulting. She's also a former federal reserve. Economists known for creating the sam role a recession indicator and she joins us on the phone from washington. Dc claudia to have you here with us so tell us about this column. I feel like for years. We've been talking about this mounting student debt and there is a possibility that president elect joe biden could issue an executive order to cancel a portion of it. You say you remind us. This isn't necessarily something that's going to have a lasting or longer impact right. Yeah and i thank you for having me on today. And i am so hardened this discussion about higher education and the affordability of it has become one front and center in the biden administration discussions largely because they likely face a divided congress and they have to think really hard about the tools that they have via their disposal executive order or just running the federal agencies better. So i think this is important. I understand why student loan debt forgiveness has been the centerpiece kicked it off right like a lot of people would like those debts forgiven and yet i think this is a moment to make sure that we have a bigger conversation about why we got into this mess and why we have millions of americans who start higher education whether it certificates or bachelors or masters. Never finish right. That is a problem. Well this is what i let. Listen this is so i you know. I hate to think about a college education and thinking about the financial impact when you come on the other side but it's a reality especially cloudy when we see a lot of students getting degrees and then struggling in an occupation potentially where they can't pay back all of that student debt and i know the obama administration made some steps towards this creating that college scorecard. I have a daughter who seventeen. We're looking at colleges. I'm having these conversations with her about what are you going to study. What are you going to do so that you think about on the other side but we do need to kind of think about this. This is unfortunately has become the cost. College educations have gotten so expensive a business proposition right. And i think i looked at this offense from the lens of thinking about the mortgage debt crisis because i was at the federal reserve during that time and thinking about consumers and household finance and that is not necessarily bad. It depends on the return. You get on that debt. For many many students getting higher education is what launches them into a better career other better than their parents or grandparents had over students who do not finish or do not get a high quality education they leave with no better earnings and they came in and a lot of debt right so it really depends to your point about the college for card the intention of addis to get good information out so the parents students people working coming back to education later in life that they select institutions and select programs that have.

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AMD is hitting it BIG with NAVI

Digital Coffee

05:02 min | 9 months ago

AMD is hitting it BIG with NAVI

"Week we're going to be talking about where I'm going to be talking about. I'm the only one here is cyberpunk 2077 Ubisoft hyperx MSI ever media's new webcam have got those new virtual webcam. Basically through an app will get into that home video course are as well or course, you know got those going to be the same thing. And then the biggest thing would be talking about is the big navvy announcement to actually happen this week and looks very interesting in the GPU market right now, but let's get on with the show. So first off we have that no man's sky is actually going to have next gen performance on everything off. Means PC Xbox series ex and the PS5 as well. So you're going to get that type of experience as which is based going to be 4K in time frames per second obviously in PC if you can unlock the frame rates, you can actually do it for more but right now graphics cards are getting there where it can actually do quite a bit of frame rates per second in 4k, but not quite yet. I think a few Generations will be able to see like the probability or at least Uncapped or way over a hundred frames per second in 4k in video games, but it's going to be a few generations for that one as well as technology gets better. The graphic Fidelity gets back plus with different types of features helping with that process. It just makes it for an all better experience in gaming in general. So look out for that and annulments guys. I actually do recommend. No man skies. I think it's actually really great right now. I think what they've done over the three or four years of since it's been out his make a really great game, even though when it came out it was not that good. But now it's actually really really good. So look out for it now moving on to Ubisoft and the rebranding of the digital distribution site plus their subscription is being rebranded as well. It's going to be we saw connect and it will be soft plus so they're basically getting rid of any type of creative title for just an ordinary title in general. Now the subscription service will be on stadia and Amazon's Luma which is basically their version of cloud gaming because cloud gaming is going to be the biggest thing moving forward right now. We have Xbox we have Amazon coming out soon. We have study we have In with the Geo Force now just to name a few it's going to be interesting. I think Google's going to lose this battle, but they sure are going to try to not lose this battle whatsoever. But they're just not really a gaming company don't really understand that much about it in general but it's interesting to see where it's going in the next five to ten years. Now speaking of free games. There's a few free games. You need to look out for first of all, the epic game store does have the Blair Witch Project Free or Blair Witch as it is the Blair Witch video game. It's free until November 5th 8 a.m. Plus Ghostbusters the video game remastered same time. It's going to be available until it's free, which is November 5th at 8 a.m. So go pick it up if you may well want some free games. Might as well just pick it up anyways, but speaking of free games. There's also the elite dangerous Horizon is free for all players. So if you have the dog, Game go pick it up for free. It's a nice addition where you can actually land on planets. Now. The new edition is coming out where you can get out of your spaceship and that should be interesting as well because it's actually I'm eventually going to be competing with Star Citizen and Star Citizen isn't even out yet, which is another interesting tidbit to know that star system is still in development and will be in development hell for a very long time until they feel it's right to release it whenever that actually is but should be interesting to see when they actually released it if they're going to release it or if they're just going to have them we're basically as it is right now the movie on to cyberpunk 2077. It seems like it's actually going to be released in 2077, which is a very long time for me to preorder a game. But anyways Jokes Aside has been delayed again until December. So Twenty One days later than the 3rd delayed release date even though it's gone gold. They're still trying to basically make it work on the consoles CD project project read said that it's ready for PC, but it's not ready for the consoles which is kind of funny to actually see because it's like well if it's ready for PC, then let the PC players play it I mean we don't care about consoles don't want to play this game on consoles. I want to play this game on PC because I prefer to play on PC in

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Pixel vs Nexus with UrAvgConsumer

The Vergecast

09:32 min | 10 months ago

Pixel vs Nexus with UrAvgConsumer

"Big sensors with the Luma. Ten twenty. You will see things you never seen an entirely new. All high resolution forty, one megapixel back side illuminated sensor the forty one mega. Kind of thing that we are maybe entering another round hopefully of weird experiments and not just everybody competing on who can have the best low light performance absolutely you keeping up on like I, guess it's folding phones right thing. Immediately thinking what is it the algae wing and this is the wing. Yeah. I know looking at the pictures it looks weird and. But I'll. Great Job Oh man what do you think of that thing? A thing is wild I haven't seen it in person yet. I have so many questions in terms of how it is to actually use on a day-to-day basis just flipping opening closed is incredibly nice. It's also way thinner and lighter than you would expect from something with two screens in weird flipping hinge like this I think is the most out bird design we've seen so far. Yeah. By folding phones we get it makes sense but flipping twisty whatever yeah I know it's crazy so. We are starting to see experience because I don't want to smartphones have plateaued kind of plateaued in terms of just features an youth new things that will. Come to them. So now this experiment of adding extra screens or expanding screens, it's a, it's really taking over the other thing that was different in that area and we check with the next five is Google had this strategy where they didn't make the phones themselves. They went to like different manufacturers over here and make us a phone and they did it so that they could just make a new version of android and like show off with how Or could work whatever. But now we have this pixel strategy. How do you think that's going? I know it's it was interesting because back in the day who they have within the next five LG was G. I I remember every time a pixel came out a next came out I. I was always waiting for my favorite manufacturer to get the nod. HTC. Come back on the next us. I think I like that. has taken over I think it means that there's More control and what we're not seeing a second vice somewhere out there that looks exactly like but with different software. Yeah I don't know if people remember this the next this was always basically based on another phone that the company already made and so you knew that this was just like the Google version of whatever the other was it like the g three for the next five I, can't remember and remember. As possible ninety five G. Three. Yeah. What did he call those versions of Android I? Mean those phones always had just like a stock version of android Google play edition yes. The play this and. Came like right around that time, and so you could get the stock version a back back in the day we we thought of it as a stock version. It was technically still like it was the Google version it wasn't pure stock Android, but you could get something without touch was on it because. Touch was was sway too much back then. It was so much stuff that was like the my least favorite out say then having that option was so cool. But Digress. I do like that Google has taken it on themselves. Have they made the best choices in terms of like design, all that MOS. Absolute each person to decide but I still like it being in house you know I feel like it's it gives them more control. They choose to exercise. You know really listening to feedback in implementing that you know but I do like the strategy I feel like we've seen. Microsoft. Really good job with that with their hardware on the surface the laptop stuff. Laptops. Just seeing them. All right. We're GONNA take this in-house start making our own things and you know we've seen pretty good success. Yeah for them. So I like the idea as a matter of like execute. Well so I'd like I agree with you I like the because. Google gets to make what a definitely wants to make. Right. It's not. This, year the next. This is not so good because it. You know they they based on the wrong phone this year, right? The next six was hallway phone had all sorts of bugs. What Google makes Google's responsible for right. There's nobody else to blame, but it also means that there's nobody else to blame, right? Yeah. I love Google don't get me wrong best al I love the Pixel devices but one thing I feel like we see manufacturers kind of learn and change things up a bit. I feel like the pixels learning curve has been. Not, the BASS. Just just from the hardware perspective is just. Having been wowed by hardware in a while right. So this is my take on it as they're really conservative right now. So actually the pixel five is a perfect example of this. They went back to fingerprint sensor, but everybody else Samsung has been doing screen figure fingerprint one plus has been doing in screen fingerprint sensors. It's like it's a whole thing. Google didn't. So part of it is cost savings but part of it their explanation for. Well, the one on the back is a thousand percent reliable and it's faster and they're not wrong like I do still have a little bit of a lag sometimes even on like a super fast hot Samsung phone hitting that fingerprint sensor under the screen, but it's not exciting. Is the TIKTOK they're exactly I honestly, I'm not with you mentioning that I'm I remember liking having a fingerprint sensor in the back and it's just so how how our opinions can change over time because the way the market goes, but I really enjoyed having a fingerprint sensor the because you could just pick up your phone and the second you pick it up you're. Thinking directly go onto the sensor and your phone is unlocked pretty quick and easy experience honestly. Also weird season ticket step back. So with the next five, they came into that thrifty price point done it with the Pixel for the the next four and so it was they were a little bit cheaper everybody. Also, all phones were cheaper. But they were they were cheaper than everybody else. There wasn't a lot of competition at that price point at that quality. So the next five, one of the reasons I loved it is it was cheap and everybody else but equality. But now with the Pixel Five, there's a lot more competition this year right then they had with xs five there's the there's one plus eight out there. That's relatively cheap April can sometimes be that same price, the Samsung Twenty, F, e. Got The faster processor Scott like three cameras on it. There's an iphone eleven that's the same price and the iphone twelve is going to be who knows probably around that same price. What do you think the landscape that they're putting this mid range Pixel five in? Its competitive. It's competitive right now and feel like they went down to weight class but that way classes kinda stack to you know it's not just like bringing down the price you're not competing with Fox's anymore. There's a whole group of phones in that area now. And it's GonNa. Be a tough battle because in the phone department, there are some really big names out there like Samson. Apple. So it's it's not GonNa be any easier I direction but it would have been cooler to see things like to see those flags of specs or. Sort of flagship specs at that price point. Seeing snapdragon age sixty, five or something in there rather than the seven sixty five being able to have those things and kind of call like, Hey, boo, just slashing prices. That's that's a more interesting story you know but I mean it's still and it had like one twenty hurts you know just just those features that we expect from the flagship is if they were able to bring that down then we're. We're able to compete. That's actually like the central conflict of the pixels who pays attention to the pixel like really truly who knows what the Pixel Tech nerds right people that are like really into phones attack an android or like Oh. Yeah. I know about the Pixel I know what that means I know people know that Google makes a phone or whatever. But like the people that are really paying attention are the people that know the difference would might care about the difference between a ninety one, hundred, twenty screen so they're making a phone for the masses but the. Only people paying attention to them are people that are in attack, and that's a really hard thing for them to deal with and people in that category that that market is looking. So heavily those numbers yeah under super informed exactly and even if the numbers tell the entire story or they don't, you know exactly take the experience that audience is suber driven by those numbers like insanely. So it does make it a lot tougher because people will just look at it on paper and say, Hey, this I mean, this oneplus near over here has forty cents megapixel camera thirty megapixel. Really really tough well, lucky for everybody There are Youtube Channel Take consumer that will tell the people about the specs and about the numbers. So the understanding but also talk about the actual experience of the thing if it's any good and the average get Super Schwab, where can people find you if they wanNA look for you youtube back actually anywhere you can find me can also media just type in your average consumer and Alibaba. Well. Appreciate you coming on the PODCAST and I'll be waiting for your up five view. Sounds good to see her.

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A Look At The new Samsung Tablet

All About Android

09:09 min | 11 months ago

A Look At The new Samsung Tablet

"Well, let's keep. Let's keep the Samsung train rolling and If there's one device form factor that we're not skeptical about that, we actually wish we saw more of the got to play with more often that would be tablets. And the Galaxy Tab get. Samsung. Galaxy Tab seven plus came out and had you had some time with it and you wrote a pretty good review for over android central. Tell me tell me all about the galaxy. Tab. Seven pluses. Is it a good tablet? IS WORTH PEOPLE'S MONEY? Is that the future of tablets? So the this one, I'm a bit less bullish on that I, am with the with the full to. It is a fantastic tablet. So I guess we'll quickly run through some of the some of the features with it. I'M GONNA try not to hit my microphone Basically, you've got most of the same specs as some of Samsung's recent phones you've got like a snapdragon eight, sixty, five plus. Sixty eight gigs of Ram twenty gigs of storage, etc.. The point is basically it's just this very, very powerful tablet. You've got a twelve and a half inch one twenty hertz screen? and. The screen just looks gorgeous. It's it's one of the best screens of a any device of used in recent memory the the trouble of course, because it's an android tablet it, it starts to come when you need apps. So If you're just using tablet for media streaming, maybe you know Netflix Youtube, etc. It's it's totally fine. It's got each Dr Support. It's it's quite hd display. It's GonNa Look Gorgeous for everything you watch on it but I do a lot of creative from a video editing to photo editing and audio production and none of that with the exception of photo editing is really great on an android tablet. There's no full version of photoshop like get on an IPAD. At even Dobie Premier Rush, which is available on Android, and it's sort of the answer to android users saying I wish I had luma fusion like the IPAD premiere Russia's a great option but I wasn't able to download that on the tablet seven plus it's just it doesn't show up on the play store so. There's there's a lot of frustration in in terms of I guess sort of pro grade media creation APPs and that that's sort of the thing that I would want this four when you've got this amazing screen and of the tools like the SPN and the really nice keyboard accessory But on the bright side, what I, what I talked a lot about my review is that it has this decks interface where you enable it and it basically turns the tablet into a laptop style interface. You get you get flu windows that you can pin to each side of the screen You get a task for all the stuff that makes it feel like a chromebook or any laptop and the main advantage there is that it lets you sort of run because you can run window to APPS. You can run the phone versions of certain APPs that aren't optimized for giant screen and so things like instagram work a lot better index than they do on a regular tablet view where base fills the entire screen with one giant instagram APP decks really really helps sort of fixed at least the casual the casual ended up issue there so that that's been a big help I think. As. Far as whether or not it's worth I. mean this is this is an eight, hundred, fifty dollars tablet that if you want the keyboard I think you really need the keyboard. It's GONNA cost another two thirty plus you know if you want to get more storage or get five G. support, that's all gonNa cost even more of course. So it becomes this thousand plus dollar tablet that it's it's. Difficult to recommend, I would say for most people. I mean, those numbers are close to laptop numbers right for like I mean I mean for powerful laptop numbers I mean you can get a much. You can get an affordable laptop and you can even get affordable convertible laptop that also functions as a tablet for under a thousand dollars. So yeah, I could see where it gets price prohibitive. Absolutely. I mean I think if you had more of those apps like Photoshop and premier premiere rush it would be a lot easier to recommend just because then if you if you just prefer a tablet over a laptop this is a great option but Without, those apps I mean really what this is to me is a great media streaming device and it's a great gaming device, but you don't have to spend eleven hundred plus dollars to get those sorts of things in in other veterans. So it's just a hard sell for for I think most types of users. At the same time, it's nice that there are options in that range were for the few people who are willing to spend like I think that that kind of that reminds me of the conversation around like the Pixel Book and the Higher End Chrome Os laptops slot like the Pixel book you know where there are thousand dollars plus and the majority of people are GonNa look at that and be like why I spend a thousand dollars on a web browser or whatever everybody says about Chrome Os. But then there there is always that particular few that they're like, no, you know what my work like. Operate. In Chrome Os and I want the best damn device to run CHROMA less and so I'm willing to drop a thousand dollars on it and I. I could see someone out there appreciating that there's a thousand dollars tablet that you know that is like the best thousand dollar android tablet. But yeah by a large, that's probably not most people and especially considering the fact that tablets and android have really not been a very magical ca category combination. You know not in the same way that IPAD and I o S. And iphone have been you know apple has made a very successful business out of its tablet side of things and debris you'll. I have to wonder how much of that and I'm speaking completely from a position of ignorance here. But how much of that is a is a difference in position between apple and Google in terms of a development developers resource or incentive. You know you've got imagine apple went to adobe and made incentivize them to create a full version of punishment. That works may IPAD is Google. Just not doing that t to adobe right they are. Are they being the typical kind of Google unapproachable and not re proactively reaching out to the companies of the APPS that they need in order to make these things make these things become a viable product line they just saying we'll put you know we'll support the operating system. We'll let the OEM's make make the devices and hope that people put good apps on it but could google, get more proactive in terms of soliciting those kind of APPs I think they could. Yeah I mean it's it's this sort of endless circle right because right now Basically you know it's it's not worth it from Google's perspective to to you know sort of incentivize companies to make apps because people don't buy android tablets but people don't buy android tablets because Google doesn't make anybody make good injury jobs. So I really you know. You solve that but. I do think if if you're married to the idea of an android tablet, if you just I mean I love android. On, a phone at least if you really just want android on a tablet, this is easily the best tablet. There is I think from a hardware perspective. This is as Nice if not nicer to me at least than any I have ever used. So there's definitely a lot compelling. Plus the fact that it even though it's expensive, it is a little bit cheaper than an ipad Pro twelve point nine and it comes with the SPN in the box. So you get a bit of a Freebie there So I mean if I guess if your needs don't go beyond what android tablet APP ecosystem can offer your this is this is a great pickup I just such. Eleven hundred bucks is a lot to ask for. So you. So you just touched a question from the chat room. So the pen comes with it right? The pen, but the keyboard is an add on for a couple couple. Hundred Bucks, right Yeah, that'll be two thirty with the keyboard you get obviously the keyboard itself which comes with a track that and then also comes with a back cover that I think is really really handy even if you even if you don't need the keyboard you just WanNa use this as a media device. The back cover is magnetized and it it gives you this almost three sixty hinge. So you can. You can prop up the tablet at basically any angle it's very rigid. I really liked the hinge a lot I don't know if they actually sell that separately without the keyboards for people that don't plan on typing, but it's it's like I said, I think the keyboard and the back cover sort of bundle is is really a must have for for the tablet if you really want to get the most out of it and not just I guess without it, you're basically just using it as a note taking device, which is great. But for eight hundred, Fifty Bucks, you might as well go the extra mile and and get the the other accessories that make it more usable. Even more money. Talks luck. Yeah. That's right there if if Samsung's doing its job, right, then that would be the no brainer decision of anyone thinking about buying one of these. But I guess the question is, do they sell enough of them for be worth it and? Simply always surprises me as far as that's concerned but they might not sell enough from the outside looking in, but they obviously selling up because it keeps making them

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Watching Disney Plus With a VPN

The Tech Guy

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Watching Disney Plus With a VPN

"Who should I talk to David in Burnsville North Carolina? All right. Thank you stay safe out there. Hi David Leo. Laporte the Tech Guy. How are you? Oh It's it's nice to talk to you finally to you Yeah I got a question. My son is in Kuwait and he wants to watch Disney plus but it's not available there so he's been using ordinary piane. He called me a couple of days ago and said it was really slow. Yeah there's a lot you have any suggestions of other Vpn So I do. Not In the service. Yes he is. He's in the National Guard. Awesome thank you for your service and thank him too. I've certainly will. Yeah and we want him to be able to watch the man to Lorient. Because I'm sure there's a lot of downtime there he just lying there kind of thinking. I wish I had something to watch. So we have a sponsor I should say there a sponsor of both the radio show in our podcast that is also a VPN provider. One I prefer to Nord Nord. Set some security issues in the past And I have tried them So what you do with a VPN is he's in he's in Kuwait and there's no Disney plus in Kuwait but he can with virtual private network. Vpn He can use the VPN server in the US in the states and that means that his connection will look like it's in the States Disney plus a great and. Apparently you know at first. I thought well is that legal. It is many of the cases. The terms of service for a lot of these like net flicks Disney plus. Bbc's I player say well you can't use a VPN. But I asked net flicks about it and they said well. It's not it's not illegal. It's okay for you to do that if you're a Netflix. Subscriber in his case. He's a Disney plus subscriber. He's not stealing. They said the reason we don't recommend because VPN slow things down and they do in the nature of a VPN. There's a little extra overhead right because he's not getting it from the base server. He's getting it from the US and so it has to go from the base through maybe one or two servers to the US Disney sends it to the u the VPN server in the US. And then it's got to get sent back to a lot of times that slows it down a lot. Here's the weird thing I don't know what express. Vpn's doing but I I have practiced have tried it all over the world and it works. Fine in fact Luma rescue who's one of our hosts just got back from Dubai and he's which is close to Kuwait in the Middle East. He said express. Vpn worked fine. So I have watched Japanese anime on express. Vpn Bhai by VPN in Japan watching Netflix in Japan and it worked fine in fact it was fast so fast. I forgot that I left it on lifted all day so I was working in Japan so they have a free trial as most of these guys do. I would just suggest to him try express. Vpn If again. They're a sponsor so disclaimer there. But if that doesn't work fast enough for him there's many others tunnel bear there's a variety of VPN's and he should just try him until he finds one that works well in Kuwait. I will let him know. Passes Information. I I really appreciate. You're very welcome and I appreciate what you're doing and it's a sacrifice for you too so I know as a parent so thank you. Yeah thank you. All right take care. Yeah it's So you might say on the terms of service no VPN in the past. Vpn's have been blocked. You know if they figure out you're on a VPN Block you but figuring out you're on a VPN is an imperfect science at best. Because there's no like fingerprint. They just look at the IP addresses. You're coming from and say oh. Yeah that one's orange owned by you know express or whatever and they'll block it. I think that that's kind of calmed down. I used to hear about that a lot and I don't hear about it anymore and express. Vpn specifically says says on their website. You can use this to watch netflix and so forth. So I don't know if the companies have just said well as long as subscriber. I mean you're paying. It's not like you're getting it for free. You're paying for you just. You're just in a different country

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"luma" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"luma" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Recently Warren Buffett threw in the towel on his newspaper holding saying he just didn't see this business turning around there is a big X.. Essential question facing facing the entire newspaper industry and on the front lines of John Joshua's founding founder and managing principal at methuselah advisers. He and he joins us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios and John. You're on the front lines because you've advised clear channel communications on the eighteen billion dollar Buyout Disney company on its two thousand six sale of ABC. See Radio I'm trying to understand what the new model will be to save an industry that by almost all measures is dying. It's a huge question. Thanks for having me ninety ninety seconds look. The newspaper. Industry is going to have to remake the revenue model. You can't have a revenue model which was essentially seventy seventy five percent advertising based in twenty five percent subscription based have the advertising side of it. Go away piece by piece. I digital I digital killed. classifieds fights which was the highest profit component of the advertising model then run of press came under gigantic pressure so the digital impact in this industry as it is in many industries. He's far far deeper until they replace that. With a bigger subscription side meaning the users of the content pay for the content. The newspaper industry is in deep deep. Trouble all right so the users we've seen a couple of success stories in New York Times you know maybe. The Wall Street Journal Dot Com F.. T. DOT COM couple of national global brands have created that kind of model a subscription model. It's been the savior of the New York Times company but we haven't seen many success or any success stories at the more local level. So so what is the future. This is a public policy question. What is the future of local journalists? I think it's a huge question for the local paper. That's not the New York Times Times as a national asset set now truth be told. The vast majority of the readers of the New York Times Are New York centric or sophisticated. Urban readers largest paper in America believe it or not is USA Today Yep USA. Today is the largest distribution paper. Yeah because it has a deal with all the hotels and they can stick it in front of a true free paper. That's under your your door but it is still red in lots of places and picked up in airports and in hotels and yet it doesn't matter it doesn't really make it was an asset of Gannett. They built it. Great great scope doesn't make money. The question question becomes what would happen if these papers. The Denver Post the Salt Lake Tribune. The Chicago Tribune the Atlanta Constitution. If they go away and that's existential question. They it could go away with the exception of few of these places that are owned by very wealthy parents. The Cox family extremely wealthy is not going to let go of Atlanta. Jeff Bezos has bought the Washington Post to preservatives and asset. But if if if you don't find billionaire who wants to run each giant local daily paper as a mission you have to change. WHO's making money money on it and the right way to change? It is look at how much money's being made by Google facebook twitter and the digital giants who have access and use all of this content. And don't pay a dime for nothing for it. That to me is criminal and the newspaper industry. Let the Mayor Out of the barn as they say a long time ago fifteen years ago when they should have asserted their copyright like privileges and said. Don't touch my stuff unless you pay me. And instead the newspaper industry like everyone else thought that access to digital traffic volume of digital traffic would be nirvana all right. So how do you corral the mare. How do you get back in the newspaper industry has to do? It's like it's like the patient who has a terrible cancer needs chemotherapy. It's an ugly ugly experience but they're going to have to do it. Sixty percent of digital traffic on daily papers in America or more is generated and coming out of Google facebook twitter and the digital platforms sending traffic to those papers. Therefore the digital traffic manager at the Albany paper or the Buffalo paper gets a call from his publisher saying we've told those platforms not to not to put your stuff up on their side anymore and that guy the top of his head blows off because he's like. Well how am I going to have it. Be a business. There has to be Goshi solution. Where instead of using all of that content for free they actually pay something into the industry and there are perfectly good models for this? In the music industry there are there are models models where users of music content pay reasonable license fees for the use of that with the song writer or the artist or the performer in the television industry. We've seen seen real payments go to the television stations from the cable guys who were using the signal people forget fifteen years ago there was no such payment last year the cable guys pay twelve billion in dollars to the television stations for use of their signal. Why shouldn't the digital platforms do the same in one minute? What's fair? Use collective fear. Use Collective is a concept concept It's an idea we've been supportive of and the news media alliance in Washington has been supportive of IT IS A. It is a position Shen that the industry comes together and a little bit like the music industry which uses BMI and ask cap as the intermediary something whether it's a collective or something else acts as the representative of in negotiating on mass with Google facebook twitter apple and people that are using the stuff four free and gets a fair license payment and then distributes that licensed payment out all the papers papers in a manner that's reasonable and commensurate with what they generate. Obviously The New York Times of the world The Washington Post that they're going to get a significant piece of that because they're the people are reading but all of these papers need it imagine a world where the Chicago Chicago Tribune disappears in terms of doing coverage on the State House in Illinois or the Denver Post doesn't exist we are not far from that world and so the collective idea is that these licensed payments have to be distributed across the industry to sustain these papers. John thanks for coming in and sharing. Aaron that commentary with us as thought was really fascinating. I think it really goes to the heart of the matter. Kind of a policy issue is local journalism required in the democracy and a lot of people obviously would say absolutely it is certainly required but given what happened in the digital world. A lot of these papers are at risk. There's a business question. How do they make money? And at a time time when people aren't really willing to pay for it and classifieds aren't really a thing in the same kind of way where where's the model. Yes John and others are thinking about that model on charges founder under managing principal methuselah advisors based here in New York City joining us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers. Studio talking about that issue so terry former colleague of Jonzon earlier talking about some of the digital aspects of business but the other end of the equation is some of the traditional media companies. The print media companies the local journalists have to figure out a business model that supports those businesses not You know we only have the New York Times and a couple of the big papers that have made Prophets on the digital business that needs to change for journalism. You typically check in around this time with our Bloomberg Opinion.

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The Birth of Chyavana

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

08:30 min | 1 year ago

The Birth of Chyavana

"The Great Rishi Brig was matted to Paloma these spend their time together devoted to each other. After some time she became pregnant. One day breath who had gone out of his home ditch for some from work. And his wife Luma was alone noxious also named Boma came to visit the wife welcomes deduction and offered him food. The doctor saw this beautiful flu leading and decided to carry whore to his bizarre kisa observed that the sacrificial file was burning wounding bright in one corner of the Armitage addressed agony and said it is said and that Albany you are the witness for all old sent promises enemy. Is it not blue. ooh That my name see this beautiful bow. Lama was engaged to me by father when she was a child and has not big stolen her away from me unlawfully. Will it not be justified in getting her back. Even by force speak dot true now. UGLY WAS NOT DILEMMA. He field both directions are and the Great Rashid. Brigham so he'd immune silent the rocks yourself repeated his question. So I'll give me finally said noxious all bowl them all disorderly through the you originally originally engaged to Paul however you will not matter to her. She has mattered the siege Pigou and is his wife. You have no light overhaul. The doctor saw was very angry. With what Agni he said and so he assumed the form of a giant board and in a single leap landed near the Rashid's wife. You've he then pulled her by force on his back and began caddying for to his whole started crying. The deals that flowed from her is formed the liberal but Assad on the child of Brig wasn't Palomas is wound was very angry with this as the rocks. Oh was still running in speed frightened. Follow fell on the the ground and delivered a baby the baby delivered from his mother's womb. Sean like that of a sun and the baby that was delivered from his mother's womb shone like the sun. The child is he's known by the name shower which means fallen from womb when deductions are saw the brilliant self the baby he was started and left Boma the next instant the rock she saw fell on the ground and was born to ashes. ballo Ma Toco baby in Harems and began her journey home when she she reached the hermitage siege was back anxiously waiting for her. When he saw hull reduce I said how did the rock she saw dare to carry you away? Who told your identity to that demon? The sacrificial fire Albany told my identity to that rock she saw it was only lead to the power of a Berlin son Charleena Cook. I was rescued. Siege Brigade became very angry with me and ghost list. He said while Guinea since you have betrayed us. I 'cause that people will put talk foul Ting's along with the good things in the file. Healing Discourse Albany appeared there and said Goudie. What you have said is not room? I am the witness for all things that happen in this world. I cannot lie even to say my life when the doctor saw ost me about his engagement. With your wife Paloma I. I had to tell the truth. I knew that your wife Boma was originally engaged by her father to the Rock Shis up all Numa so could not lie or denied. The fact I can also see with redone but I shall not do so. I hold all Brahmins in high respect I am the life force behind creation. I can multiply myself in instant. My presence is essential for all rituals without my presence. The world will stop and I'm the chief among priests on the medium of the sacrifice. How can I? Who is the link between Gods and men then become an eater of all ting's clean and unclean but he was still angry and refused the draw his curse Ogoni became annoyed and decided to withdraw himself from the world? He did not appear in the ritual of sacrificial file gnawed in house or five which involved cooking and and lighting at home the world began to suffer. Men could not do anything without file. The the thieves also began to weaken for the dependent on the worship of men and needed a me to carry holum. mm-hmm ingred distress. All of them went to Brahma the Lord of creation for him Lord hung called Agony and said ugly greed. Is Your Powell like me. You are immortal mortar. You are the Creator. You are the destroyer you resolve this world. You are the Lord and Master of all ceremonies and sacrifices. It does not look good that you sulk and stop all the ceremonies in the three worlds. The Dave's are weakening without the heaven. That only you can bring them. Oh please do not sulk. I'll need applied. I have been coast by sage. Brigham mm-hmm that. I will eat unclean things from now on. This is an insult to me who is very pure. It has been caused us due to no fault of mine. I have resolved to never eat anything again. And thus escaped from the coast. Brahma said I shall grant the Boon to you that you shall always be your no who matter how one clean the food. That is awful to you one so it comes in contact with you. It shall

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Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Launched

This Week in Photo

12:55 min | 2 years ago

Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Launched

"On the show at the pleasure in having my friend Mr Marc toll he's from Panasonic. He's joining the show to set the record straight about full frame Panasonic micro four thirds as Panasonic leaving microphone thirds behind are they adding full frame to the lineup. What is this new world? Look like the Panasonic Sonic is building. Marc toll look to the show man. Thank thank you very much you haven't you haven't given me too much to cover here. No no responsibility at all. It's nice to see you and it's great to be on on this week in photography. Thanks so much for inviting me likewise. I've been WANNA have you on for Awhile I wanNA. Let's let's discuss since since we had lunch in up in Sacramento Day. Remember Yeah Oh yeah yeah. Let's let's let's start with just what your major function is over at Panasonic. What do you do for the company? I am what's now known as retail services manager which means I am in charge of all the tech reps so I used to be for the past twelve years. I've I been a technical supposedly expert will say today on this interview but so I'm I'm basically Olympic technical expert and now I'm a manager richer of that team nice so you know what thing or two about Luma cameras and an INS and outs so if there's any person on the planet to ask a question about lunatics you should know it now putting the last there frazier yeah he he members your lives in the Matrix so it's been here but I've been here since the G. One what ten years ago and I was an icon shooter then so I've gone gone the whole route and I am a photographer also so I'm not a professional photographer anymore I used to be but so I approached approach these from both sides obviously you stand bias towards Panasonic but I also look at these cameras. At what can they do for me artistic. Well let let's switch gears in dive into it right. Let's let's let's start with the with the biggest elephant in the room and that's you know when when Panasonic introduced S. One series cameras it was oh panasonic is leaving microphone thirds after all others hubbub about microphone thirds and how it's it's okay to use it. You don't need a full frame sensor them Panasonic releases camera that s one series with it full frame arguably superior to some other full frames and I'll say that because I'm I'm I'm a fan of obviously but you know and I have s when here on loan on and I can say that it is a fantastic system so why what's what what set the record straight here what is the landscape of Panasonic look like with regard to full frame in microphone thirds well. They are feeling as they reside together that actually four thirds is is the bigger part of our business but but in still photography especially everybody wants full frame. It's it's hot at the moment but four thirds is still appeals to a a lot of customers who want a smaller camera. A lot of people are putting things online now. It works great for video the five I think you're using a four two record your side of this interview you know so we see both residing together. There's new models of the series on the horizon. New Lens just got released this week. The ten to twenty eighty five millimeter f one point seven so no we fully plan to support both platforms but again we see the anybody who's looked at the number sees that the full frame market is growing quite a bit you know and that again is is primarily still photographers but we're we're does where where does Panasonic put people in buckets. You just mentioned so primarily still photographers right so are you is Panasonic hoping that you know sort of the high end pros. This will be the ones that that migrate over to the S. Ones and everyone else we'll stay on micro four thirds or is sort of a path of ascension wall since well before third you move up to insulin. What do you think I think they should vote by them? Both small camera two camera. What's it's your credit card number again? So you know the way I look at it is that the s series but full frame is aimed more towards towards the professional or the serious landscape person they don't even the professional making money at the businesses they could just be like the which is forty seven mega pixels they could just be a high end still photographer. Maybe like shooter but we also want to appeal to that that professional portrait photographer like you said the camera hips every button and and arguably it's got features that other full frame cameras don't have but but the g series appeals to well. I'm probably more of a g each series customer. I'm a good example of it. I'm more of a street photographer. I want something small to carry with me all the time. It's a lot of times it's it's an older customer or a customer who travels a lot who who doesn't want to carry any big full frame camera in these big lenses. They want to carry a series so there's not a clear distinction and for video it works both ways a lot of people prefer the smaller sensor in the G. H. series for video because it's more forgiving of depth of field and things like that but now there's a lot of people who want more artistic videos with shallower depth the field and things like that so yeah. I guess if you really had a draw distinction. The S.'s is aimed more at the professional more advanced amateur market in the G. is aimed more towards the traveler the person who wants a camera just lighten easy to use news yeah yeah you know the interesting thing that I found after I got the loner in the S. One is obviously the menu system is the same across all of the cameras which is what I enjoy remember getting a little tight what was the little one the little tiny loomis camera the world's smallest microphone the GM one and five yeah yeah. I remember get one of those things and sort of looking at it was like this is the exact same menu system as my larger cameras. You know these missing some things obviously but it's the same I'd love that that sort of feel feel of being able to move from like say four that I'm shooting on right now to an S. one to the five that I use. It's behind me back there. Then you know used as for video so those I love that that flow of being able to move between the two so if someone is considering an s one or s when are right now in and they're on a previous g series camera. What's the flow for them from your perspective can they keep both in like you're like you're doing street photography but like someone like me? Is it feasible to keep both all things being equal monetary monetary. Are you worked for the company like I do and they just send them to you up on your desk. Hey check this out right but I I wondered about that because we change the menu system a little bit in the s series each but we know that that's one of the things that we really high marks for Panasonic has always gotten good reviews for having a very clean easy to use system so we didn't want to touch it so I I feel that like when I teach teach classes on how to use Panasonic cameras that I can have people from an es- series or point and shoot in the class the point point and shoot might have more things in the menu whereas the series going to have them as buttons bud or if you move up from a g series Jeanine to an S. series like now I'm just looking at it here next to me almost identical in the SEC put a few more chapter indentations in the menu things he's like that just to clean it up a little bit but no I feel somebody could go from the GM one to this and adapt to it very easily. I'll tell you the flow that I'm kind of looking got right now. I'm trying to convince the powers that be over there. So if you know put in a good word I want to hang onto this as a little longer is back there behind me is you know back there. There's the G H five which I don't know if you can see it but at the top of it there's a video. There's a there's a road video Mike on top of it so so that's sort of a running gun vlogger camera next to it is Jeanine sitting on top of the the what do you call it the tripod from designing nine you know the new the new tripod yet so that's sitting on there and then for what I call I don't know I don't know what you call proper photography or high resolution photography geography or whatever there's the s series you know so those I feel like I'm covered on all right now except aerial until Panasonic comes out with an aerial campaign or a drone grown right yeah yeah yeah but I feel like I'm covered on all basis from from the sort of running gun video to to non-professional Studio Non Studio photography which is the Jeanine and then studio level models shoots and that sort of thing with the with the bigger with a bigger camera with more or less depth of field right exactly exactly and I approach it the same way I was recently in your area in the bay area and for most of the time I'm working with Panasonic on teaching on going to you know going going to stores and I'm looking for here around me here. I'm carrying the little. LX One hundred two all tricked out with these accessories and might be designed strap. My Love you find her a hipster. You gotta you gotTa keep up when you get older. You're exactly a leather jacket that matches the leather jacket you put on the camera. That's not too far so I'm either carrying the elect hundred two or I'm carrying the Jeanine with with the fifteen millimeter millimeter lens but then I had a chance to photographs abuse. I used to live in the area. Somebody hired me who used to be a client to photographs and portrait's it. I I went when we first announced the S I I'm I'm always like getting dragged and tech technology and I felt like I'm not going to give up the g series you know I I love full frame. I love the look of it. I loved the show in the shallow depth of field but the big size wasn't for me but now I'm finding balance. Now I'm finding I probably use the the G series seventy percent of the time because I m mostly a street photographer but to be able to pull out this full frame and just be able to like you said switch from one to the other because the menu systems the same all the controls are the same you know yeah yeah that's interesting. I was thinking about I was talking to someone the other day about you know the the the the size differences between the g cameras in the s cameras and I remember when I first saw the camera. I was like Jesus this thing. Is You know. This is a camera you know he he has yeah it was Kinda like back to the old night count as when I had my by F. Four and all those like hey. This is quite that big but you know it felt like that but when you when you have this this is the this is the swan right here when I picked this camera up you know what it reminded me of. It reminds me of those Nikon days when you were unapologetically a photographer gopher right yeah not that you're apologizing by using any of the G series cameras but they're smaller. They're you know part of the like you mentioned before part of the allure of using those cameras is they're smaller. They're less obtrusive you know you. Could you know people don't know that you're shooting half the time you could put it on silent. Go into stealth mode the s series I would. I go out with that thing. I feel like I'm a photographer here. Who knows yes? I am a photographer a because I got a big cameras so obviously taking photos that's right yeah yeah and then and then be because you know it's a big cameras expensive so I've invested in this camera so you think you're right so yeah I I was wondering from your standpoint. Is that feel like when when people go out with these series cameras it's unapologetic that they are a photographer and they mean business or why would they go through the effort to bring this all this glass technology out with them. Exactly you know I mean example. I used a few years ago. I used to photograph a Country Club in Menlo Park and this was when there was just the g series and I showed up with one of the small G. Three cameras and the person hire me look at me and they go real camera exactly and I and I I had to back out by welcome. You know look at my website. I guarantee the pictures will be good you know and and they were they were happy with them but yes it does so this goes back to those rose feeling like you've got everything under control too. You can do more better low light. You can control the the atmosphere more work situation and you know it's funny like you said when you pick up the camera it it it I you look at it and if it gets big and the thing I noticed with customers because I was curious to see their responses when they pick it up their first responsive how good the grip feels yeah and their second responses how amazing finder it yeah you find her is five point seven eight million dots is just incredible incredible and and then the third thing that that I absolutely love about it.

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Madonna and Maluma Will Perform Their New Song at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards

Ben Maller

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Madonna and Maluma Will Perform Their New Song at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards

"Luma bringing the worldwide TV debut performance of their single many to the billboard music awards. How do you pronounce it you want to pronounce it? How many ways CARA medigene? Yeah. Drug use many so managing now's the new more modern wave approaching MED L L I N the appearance is Madonna's first performance of new music in more than four years at least on the boob tube. They will take stage. The two of them on may first Kelly Clarkson, hosted the Bill music awards. She's here there and everywhere it's on NBC at eight by the way on may first meeting or a gene is the first single up Madonna's upcoming studio album which is her fourteenth. Madame x is the name of is due out on the fourteenth of June. She last performed at the billboard music awards in twenty sixteen during a tribute to prince he joins a group that already was sort of put together performers. We talked about these before the Jonas brothers are going to be there. Kelly Clarkson, Laura day goal panic at the disco Sam Smith it's going to be there. There Joe from the MGM grand in Las Vegas will also feature especially from the icon award recipient of the year. That is was girls. She sounds a lot like this. Do you think? Donna and Mariah Carey sounding. Okay. Is it me? Why do I think they have? This. Star with 'em. So there that's what it is. I got it. Okay. Thank you

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More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

Digital Production Buzz

08:06 min | 2 years ago

More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

"A now a name that doesn't really need engineer deduction. If you've been paying attention to our industry at all Jeffrey Stanfield us, the CEO and founder of advantage video systems, and seems to be the most tuned in person, I know this covering the show, Jeffrey, thanks. You are dressed to the nine. Got this friend of mine in Italy who did a TV station for ends me. These wonderful talion suits goodness. Can you turn the glitter down does that think plug in at night? I have been I've been really good businesses been phenomenal. We've been growing building a lot of video podcasting studios and growing in that aspect, and then you know, we've been doing a lot in asset management archiving stuff like that so management using what software. Well, we just did a big in. What is it a big install with CBS interactive with a cat Devi and zen data and a couple of other sources some storage from promise storage. And so we developed that all thing for them. We've been doing a lot with some Nasr. Luma forges been been Goodsell for us and doing some work on that. So for a cool, what if you have to show that you like, you know, there's so much to see the buzzes AK is a big buzz at the show. Stupid. But don't quote me on that. Now. I know if I if you talked to Mike Siani Bill, you know, AK is the most is where it has to be at. I I agree with you. You know, human. I can't really see more than that. You know in archiving for a K is has has an option. But you know, I I'm with you. I, you know, on the human I cannot see more than four case. So it's that's where I'm at. Besides eight Kate which clue been talking about a number of interviews show. What else caught your attention on the first day? But is that your last guest with the three sixty there's a lot of three sixty stuff that's being done at the show. We've been seeing a lot of that announcements. There's also a lot for live streaming live streaming as has played this year over last year. There was a lot last year. But you know, with with ACA, my solutions right next to you here and some of the new stuff that data videos doing some stuff that that black. Magic is doing some of the new the new technologies broadcast picks. Is a is a remarkable company that we've been working with. We just put a big in install at Dominguez hills college with the broadcast picks people and their stuff is phenomenal very low cost price with high-performance. So it's been one of you know. So live streaming is almost every booth has some play in the live streaming environment. It's pretty amazing when you think about how quickly that's taken off it is. And there's so much. It's so easy to get in into that. And so there's so much money made in if you do it, right and brand yourself and get out get out of YouTube. I tell people my big thing is get out of YouTube because when you have a YouTube channel, you work for you to that's what they call the YouTube channel, you know, so you know, develop your own channel develop your own brand. And I'm actually working on a talk with with Philip Hodges on out of brand yourself, how to how to have media people how to brand themselves because I think that's one of the things that editors and cinematographer is they know how to do the cameras and worth the to'real, but they don't know how to brand themselves, and that's one thing we're working together, very smart thing. Because as we continue to shift into a gig economy, the ability to make sure people understand who you are. And what makes you different from the competition critical? Absolutely. I mean you. Look back to the old apple different photos, and how Steve Jobs took those major big brands like, you know, like. On John Lennon, and I'll Einstein and all these great people that people identify with. And then pop the apple logo on so people identified now with with their heroes with apple and that kind of thing how you brand yourself is very important. I don't mean to to to short circuit you as advantage. Now say anything at the show that we need to pay attention to cite the fact that you continuing to grow. Well, you know, we're we're doing a lot of things we've all started new thing where we broadcast channel. We have seen called high launch. Tv we are on apple TV, Roku and was on fire stick Ross onto wreck TV com. Cash dish network. We're we're in thirty cities raw casting local televisions were on cruise ships were in hotel almost three hundred hotels.

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Trump gives fiery, off-script speech at CPAC

Mueller, She Wrote

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Trump gives fiery, off-script speech at CPAC

"Trump gave a two hour in Saint speech at CPAC the conservative political action conference which Laura Luma, by the way was kicked out of which pleases me to no end. And even some of the staunchest Trump supporters have said that this speech that he gave today is like the weirdest speech they've ever seen first. He was sweating like a horn church, we support horse, and he so he either had the meat sweats like hamburger sweats hamburger sweats, or maybe it was outer all or it could have been as Nur. He was maybe his nervous about the fact that his organization his hotel has foundation his taxes his inaugural fund, his security clearances and his campaign are all under federal investigation. Maybe but he spent a lot he was sweaty and angry, and he spent a lot of time bashing the Russia investigation, which we saw coming because he just failed spectacularly in North Korea. And the whole Cohen thing is all over the news. And so he basically said there's nothing to show for the mullahs investigation. Nothing just. Everything of mine is under investigation, but nothing to show and after two years he said they're coming up dry. He called it collusion delusion. Another Stephen Miller. Jim, I'm sure because it rhymes he called the investigation bullshit. He said there were bullshit any spoke to Milania. He said he spoke to Milania about firing Komi. And while I don't think anything will come of that. He just waved spousal privilege by saying that publicly which is hilarious. But I don't think they'll call her. And I don't think now that you know to belittle her role or her to belittle belittle her. Yeah. It's just I don't think it's something I think that was just an off the cuff remark that he lied about. And that's what's funny is is is Republicans are product he's just making that shit up and they're cool with that. So that was additionally he said he was joking when he asked Russia to find the thirty thousand emails that were missing that was a new thing that he said today, I was joking even though the Russians attempted to hack Hillary's emails within hours of him saying that. And this speech was a reminder that just because the molar investigation might be winding down these investigations that have sprung from it or just getting going into quote Matto. She said, quote, everyone told us this thing was winding down. But it looks like we're just getting

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"luma" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"luma" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"luma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you so much. Karen greatly. Appreciate that mixed market read on the screen. Green screen going NASDAQ one hundred as well we start February strong. I know Friday it was February. But it really feels like the first February today post Sweeney how you doing reset and economics finance investment. And there's no one better to do that within one MD them. Cam partners, his research note without mentioning that uses a Bloomberg terminal heavily synthesizes economics into his investment as well. Michael darragh? I want you to talk about the retirement of Bill Gross. I and as we spoke to Bill lengthy went back to this idea of total return of. Dan, Fawcett Luma sales as well gain plus a coupon. Whether it's yield or dividend is the total return opportunity out there right now forward for our listeners inequities and in bonds. Thanks for having me on Tom. I believe it is you know, we had a reset in risk markets at the end of last year where we nearly had a twenty percent decline in the S and P five hundred from the highs of the year, very big compression in SNP, multiples. And typically when that happens going forward, you have pretty decent returns in the stock market, particularly if you're not headed into a recession in our view is slower growth. Yes, recession. No. So for judging from where we enter the year last year where we started the year this year. Total return profile for equities. I actually think looks pretty favorable even with slower economic growth and slower earnings growth because that's been priced in. Now, if we're talking about bonds, certainly, you know, the returns they're going to be slower, but in the riskier segments high yield corporate bonds those sold off throughout the year last year in the investment grade sector towards the end of the year with high yield driven by a big collapse. Crude prices, and we're even seeing some stabilization there now, so Michael we had exceptionally strong job numbers last week. How do you think that plays into chairman pals, you know, kind of more dovish outlook? Well, it's interesting. I mean, you know, a chair Paul obviously had to figures before we did. And so, you know, the fed made this dovish pivot, anyway, even knowing that those figures were quite strong for January, but I think what flew under the radar bit. Here is the fact that the unemployment rate has now basically just been steady for the last ten months flat unemployment rate, so many on the fed us the movement in the unemployment rate is a proxy for economic slack. And if the unemployment rate is falling the perception is the economy's growing above trend if it's flat that's more consistent with about trend growth and that really was the goal. I mean, the feds not trying to push us into recession with rate hikes. They're simply trying to bring quilts quilts rates back down to or in line with the growth rate of economic potential in a flat unemployment rate in this case occasioned by a pickup in participation would be consistent with the economy, essentially moving along. With growth potential, so mission accomplished the idea is achieve neutral and don't go too far in risk of recession. And there's just no reason to to put those risks on the table when inflation has been quite low pretty close to the feds target on the actual inflation readings in expected inflation is actually below the feds target. So, you know, better to just move to the sidelines and wait for more information, which is what the fed signaled last week. And I think that's the right move. Right. I think so fed on the sideline at least until the mid point of the year. Probably the back half of the year. What do you envision in terms of kind of their balance sheet management that seems to be one of the levers that are still a play for sure? So there's been, you know, pretty intense market focus on the balance sheet, probably because at the end of last year during the the feds last press conference, the market seemed to take when fed chair Paul mentioned the balance sheet being on autopilot, essentially indefinitely. So now, we've seen a, you know, a rephrase. Using. I mean, you know, chair Paul Paul's talking about the fact that the Fed's gonna want a lot of reserves in the system so in a floor system where we're paying interest on reserves, you're going to need a much bigger balance sheet. And so the fed may be getting close to to halting the passive training liquidity probably not going to happen in the next month. But perhaps at some point this year. Well, this is critical Bill Bill Gross. Brought this up at legs the idea of quantitative easing over the quantity of tightening. What it did to his track record? Just he didn't blame it on that to be clear, but he made clear this was a distortive influence on his world is the balance sheet of distortive influence on Michael Darras world. I think if you have a monetary framework that recognizes counterintuitive influences for monetary policy than you, can you can navigate this environment. For example, if you remember back to the QE periods every time. The fed move towards acuity off. There was a perception at turned out to be incorrect that we would be hit with big bond sell offs and instead bond markets tended to rally because QE QE off periods were also associated with a growth slowdown. Here's in recession fears and that tended to 'cause bonds to rally. Well, we just went through something similar in the sense that bond markets have enjoyed a big rally since you know, since the ratings of last year, despite the fact that the Fed's been cutting its balance sheet, so again, we haven't had this situation play out where there's been a big bear market in bonds. We did have treasury yields moving up with economic momentum over the course of the last few years until the latter part of last year, but it's really the growth momentum that that drives the bond yield since. So if we're thinking about how does the fed balance sheet impact, you know, whether they're buying or selling assets impact treasuries. It really comes through the influence on the business cycle. And if they're tightening in a way, that's likely to injure growth in create recessionary fears bonds are gonna rally even if the balance sheet is shrinking I think that's something or a lesson that most investors should have learned by now. So Michael dart the shutdown. We thought that was an rear view mirror, but we have February fifteenth creeping up on us. What impacted you think Z prior shut down and the potential shutdown is having on the economy. I mean, I think these these kinds of things tend to be more temporary in nature, certainly it can shave a few tenths of a percentage point off achieve Pete Rose. And then you get a bounce back affect you know, going forward. So. Unless is going to be something that's permanent markets will tend to tend to look beyond it. I think you know, where you get a bit more of a panicky feeling towards the end of last year as you had a combination of things hurting growth expect. I a perception that earnings growth was peeking than a fear that the fed might be on the way to over tightening. And then it bit of curiosity administration with Madison Kelly being sacked, and then we had the Treasury Secretary doing that maneuver, which looked a little panicky where you know, he put out the pavement after having talked to a handful of Bank CEO. So the market really got hit, you know, sort of all at once with, you know, with several different fears this shutdown issue. I think is going to be more. In nature. Let's come back. Michael darter, lots to talk about we'll look at equity investments in where to place capital as we can with Michael Darta 'em KM partners. This is Bloomberg. Let's go Michael Barr for news headlines..

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"luma" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"View on. It's really is our country so divided on this issue that I think we should put it to a vote one for every registered voter to do. But also what has skin in the game? You know, I wouldn't is going to have basically what you do is put up for vote. If you vote for the and it gets approved, you great, you agree that those who voted for the will pay for the wall. If you're with the group who votes against the law, and that's what passes they decide not to have it only that group has to pay for legal aliens, you know, have put their money where her mouth is. And they can absolutely. And I it was me. I'm gonna try to remember her name. Luma is that her name is she's a contributor on Twitter. She's a conservative. I want to say at the Laura Luma. Forgive me guys 'cause I've been barely catching. I'm trying to look at herself, but she took some legal immigrants Overton Hansi, Pelosi's officer or house or something like that it had to call police these folks on the left the Hollywood types these politicians each and every single one of them can start cherry picking these families coming in from Central America sponsor, their healthcare their social system, they can sponsor all these people claim them as family that try to save them from the economic morass. And and the the pit that they're coming from. They can do you don't you won't see dollar one come from them. But I I tell you were money will come from is patriots across the nation. They're willing to open up their wallets and pay for a wall. We've seen it already online. What was the last checked like twenty some odd million dollars that have been raised through some social media online money collecting thing? I'm sorry. Drawing blanks right now. But you know, what I'm talking about? Right. Like twenty million dollars raised online to help pay for a walk as patriots are willing to get it done. There's lawmaker who was in the news this week. I think he's I think he's from Gioja a lawmaker who said look we paid for battleships and aircraft carriers and guns and bullets back in World War Two with war bonds. So he said, let's create wall bonds genie's only problem is he's up revolt and the house, and guess who's acting like a baby and refuses to allow a politician. To come through and deliver on a campaign promise to secure the border yet Nancy Pelosi. She'll never bring that up for for a vote. But yeah, there's some there's plenty of good ideas. And one of them would be wall bonds. You know, what I'm gonna play that audio from legislation.

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China factory activity shrinks for the first time in 2 years

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

China factory activity shrinks for the first time in 2 years

"About what's going to happen to Japan itself. Next year is the central Bank getting closer to tightening. What did we think Jay GB yields backer zero more or less on the ten year plenty of people putting their cash back into those JD B's now? So some interesting dynamics pulling Japan away again from the rest of the world looking at those haven flows. It's going to be an interesting time. See whether more appreciation comes from weather, central Bank is happy with that ultimately or whether it starts to push back at some point. Or I thank so much pulled Thompson for joining us here in the studio and for real time market commentary and analysis check out markets live L on your Bloomberg terminal. Let's now move on to some other stories that we've been looking out for you Mohammed El Ariane, the chief economic adviser at allience has echoed President Trump's opinion that the fed would benefit from a better feel for markets. He spoke to Fox News Sunday. Even the fed is understanding that it means to communicate better. In particular, one show that it is more sensitive to market what's happening outside the risk of spill Bax what the president has called better fail for what's going on second. The fed has to realize they cannot keep a really important policy tool on automatic pilot that it needs to be more sensitive to what's happening. And I think that the fed can gain control, and we can stop this self inflicted warns. Meanwhile, White House officials are reportedly trying to range meeting between President Trump and the fed chair Jerome Powell Trump has of course, been extremely critical of the central Bank chief in recent months. The US will welcome the new year with the government still in partial shutdown, and where the little indication of any imminent agreement to resolve the standoff, some four hundred thousand federal employees are working without pay in three hundred and fifty thousand furloughed President Trump has stepped up his attacks. On Democrats blaming them for the deaths of T children at the border with Mexico as he stresses his demand for wall funding. So that's the latest when it comes to US politics. Meanwhile, when it comes to politics on this side of the Atlantic. Italy's government has passed its budget at the eleventh hour, but as Bloomberg's John explains it don't be surprised if twenty thousand nineteen Ascherson further political uncertainty Italy's populace have pushed the two thousand nineteen budget three parliament, but big battles. Luma head deputy premiers metro Salvini and Luigi de mayo have to work out how to deliver on their promises and Salvini is rising opinion polls could mean a government shuffle or even an early election, especially if his league party scores highly in next May's European parliament vote in Rome, John lane, bring Burke, daybreak Europe. And the UK trade secretary Liam Fox says the chances of Brexit happening are only fifty fifty eighth parliament rejects Theresa May's withdrawal agreement. Fox told the Sunday Times that if lawmakers voted down the deal, there would be a sense of the government had betrayed the people who voted in the referendum. Folks, says it's a matter of honor four lawmakers toback may and he'd rather accept a throat agreement than risk. The failure of Brexit. And Japanese media reports say prosecutors have extended callers Goan stay in jail until the eleventh of January. It's the latest setback for the fallen auto executive who needs to get bail to start mounting his defense in a case that shocked the global car industry. The stood Nissan chairman stands accused of understating his income by tens of millions of dollars and of pulsing trading losses through the call makeup. Now, let's get you up to date with some other headlines from around the world. Here is Bloomberg's good morning, Markus. Dishes point minister shake casino has headed to a landslide victory and the national election reeling. Pontius one two hundred eight thousand three hundred parliamentary seats contested, Bloomberg's Iran desma reports the victory allows the ruling party to form a government for card Esther tar the opposition. Alliance. Led by commander San rejected the election as far Seagal citing voting FOX in Dhaka on the Bloomberg daybreak Europe after cutting taxes for low income households. French president Emmanuel Macron is turning to business to help him. Appease yellow vests protesters. Bloomberg's Ian horibin house more in an effort to address anger of inequality. It comes to crack down on business leaders patex in France. The government says it has examining the Texas situation of. Executives and we'll take measures if necessary to ensure they are French text residents in Paris William horibin, Bloomberg daybreak Europe patrols humping steps up off the case of southeast England after more migrants made it across the channel from France, the petition French authorities say they strengthening the joint efforts to stop the small boats. Naval historian, Chris Bellamy thinks the navy will end up getting involved. I think we'll see bits of it. But I think the more likely probably to see the marines. And of course, the afternoon forget the air force because the best way of surveying a large lump of water is actually from the air, and finding German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told Turkey's president one to react with restraint and responsibility following US plans to pull troops out of Syria. Bloomberg's nNcholas comfort has the details. US led forces fighting state in Syria. Partnered an armed Kurdish wipe e fighters and president Donald Trump's assistant to the country has left those. Allies vulnerable to Turkey. Ankara says the group is an extension of the Kurdish PK who's been fighting for more than three decades in Frankfurt nNcholas comfort. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Erin at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts symbol than one hundred twenty countries guarantee. This is playing back, Markus. Thanks very much. Indeed Leon now, let's get to the

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Will Consumers Embrace a Fake Influencer?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:10 min | 2 years ago

Will Consumers Embrace a Fake Influencer?

"By now, you may have become familiar with influencers on social media. These tend to be online celebrities who built a reputation for their knowledge and expertise on a particular topic companies love influencers because their brand ambassadors who can encourage their followers to buy products through their postings followers. Love influencers for many reasons among them that they come across as real people, which brings us to Michaela Sousa. She's an influence her who happens to be fake, a computer generated influence, or who has taken social media celebrity to a new realm Michaela has also attracted investor interest in the start up that created her joining us via Skype from San Francisco to explain all this is Wall Street Journal reporter Eurico yori first of all tell us who came up with the idea of Michaela Souso who's also known as Lil Michaela. Well, there's a startup in Los Angeles called brewed that came up with the Kayla. It was co founded by a guy named Trevor MC federal who has a background in music. He was a songwriter and DJ. He wrote songs for people like Katy Perry and kisha. So this kind of parlays from his musical interests and wanting to create something and he created little Michaela. She seems to have taken off. And I think from there he sees potential in creating a sort of cast around Michaela cast of characters of other CGI influencers where they have interweaving storylines and Luma Killa was launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen right? When was she reveal to be fake, she launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen and she was only revealed to be a CGI influence or in April people did have their curiosities about her and there were questions raised. So I think that kind of added pressure to them staging her coming out as a CGI character who many followers on Instagram does Michaela have at this point right now, one point five million inner postings, your what sort of products has Michaela promoted us as she has promoted shampoos. She has more. Recently showed up in a worldwide hug campaign to celebrate their fortieth anniversary, and they put her on billboards magazines. I think she was in some of their in store displays as far as on Instagram. A she's done collaborations with high end fashion brands, particularly around the fashion week season. We'll of shelf-life to Makila and other CGI's have at this point. Oh, they seen as novelties or something more around whom storylines can be developed and products can be promoted while it depends on who you talk to. I talked to a bunch of people who are on the existing human influence or space, and they have big doubts about whether or not she can last this period of oh, she's fake. She not fake, and they're just real believers in the fact that what makes influencers different from other celebrities is that they are just like us. They have problems with their hair products in there are helping us figure out how to best dialer hair or do Frank pranks that make us laugh and and things like that. There have really just ordinary people who. Who take video blogging to a new level, whereas michaela's not humans. So she can't really feel the burdens of being human which I think is some of the authentic connection.

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"luma" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KTOK

"Have a right to complain by sitting behind the desk and complaining all day. You're not going to have a right to complain by writing books and and going on EMC speaking tours and saying in the safe zone. So that you can cherry water for liberals. It's not a right to complain. But but they are complaining. Well, they're doing all the hot topics that you just said, but keeping it above board. They don't want. They don't want to get banned. They don't wanna lose the verification, whatever substance. They're not doing anything. I'm sorry. Talking and doing commentary is not is not a factor. If you're not changing the world, these people who think they are changing the world by having their silly little radio shows and podcasts and going on. There speaking tours. They're not changing the world. They're not doing anything. That is inspiring anybody. They're not they're not uncovering things on the ground. Like, I am and catching on hit an audio recording. And I'm not trying to toot my own horn. But I just think it's a lot of professional jealousy. I also think that people are not really that dedicated to fighting for their country a lot of these people who attacked me because I'm a fighter for the constitution. I fight for the president every day. I'm a Republican. I never voted democrat in my life. There's no reason why any of these people who are supposedly on our side. Republicans should not. Like me. Why wouldn't you like me? But I I think you're probably right. There was some professional jealousy. I think you get a lot of attention that they want, and they also don't want to not be invited to the big gathering wherever it's going to be you like Laura Luma better. Not better. Not have you there. So let let's let's keep her at arm's length moment almost at a time two quick ones. When I tweeted out your video the other day explaining how you were banned in a lot of people did that all continue to send out your stuff on Twitter Twitter takes action against me. But when I did that some of the reaction from my listeners who claim to be conservative Republican said the terms of service are clear, she broke them. She has no argument she she had to accept their terms. It's their website, which her beef the I know what you're beef. But what how would you respond to somebody who said that to you? Well, clearly, I didn't I would love for Twitter to show me. How violated their terms of service with batch? We oh how posting a factual statements, which is even backed up by Islam, scholars themselves is hate speech. I would love to know. So please. You know, maybe Jack Dorsey will let me come and he'll sit down and show me the rule book and point out. How facts are now a violation of terms of service up for Twitter to tell the feminists who was just suspended for light. Why she was banned for posting that there's only two genders. I mean, if you studied biology, and if you pass your science courses, you know, that that's a fact are we really going to go down this slippery slope of saying, well, it's their company. I mean Facebook just to give you an example of how the says is as these examples aren't ready that another band. A post from the m Frank center the center, which is a holocaust memorial on on the who am Franken's they banned one of the pros because they said, it was hate speech because the center for Anne Frank was advocating for more people to learn about Jewish trade and the holocaust. So now, you know, an Franken is dead, of course, and. Yeah. There is rising anti semitism. But apparently, it's a form of hate speech to talk about anti-semitism. It's it's a form of hate speech to remind people about the holocaust insult to injury. This this idiot Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Now, basically saying the migrants are doing exactly the same thing that the Jews were doing in the holocaust. And that's okay. That's everywhere. She can say that publicly. She will be banned. She'll still be loved propped up like she's some intelligent person, which he's not. It's kinda sick the way it's turning Laura. Hopefully, we'll continue to get their story out. And hopefully, somebody who's got some power maybe Ted Cruz, maybe somebody else, maybe the president himself will take action and say listen that liabilities gone get ready to go to court every single day. If you gonna keep on coming down on people like Laura Luma exactly and something needs to be done lately to speak out because if people Ted Cruz, especially look at how close the election was he didn't even win in a landslide. It was so close don't tell almost one. I think that so many people are voting for these outright communist politicians who want you destroy everything that makes this country. Great, and what is going to happen? What would happen if the Democrats in control of the house and the Senate and? And we have a democrat president what's going to happen in two thousand twenty you think that Donald Trump is going to win in all of his supporters are banned on social media. It's a great question. And it's it's a viable question, Laura. Or does a great job and the big social media networks just shuttered down. A couple of days ago. She actually went and handcuffed herself to the Twitter headquarters in New York. It was showing the tweet the gutter band she eventually was cut off of of their the hiccups were cut off. I believe by the police. She was taken to the precinct. I don't think she was arrested, but she's trying to look grandstanding trying to make a distinction is to get publicity. She wants her story to be heard, and what was ironic and very very well done by her was because what she did a Twitter headquarters. She was the top trending item on Twitter a website. She's not even allowed to be on right now. Which is very interesting. Your thoughts on that one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay.

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"luma" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KTRH

"I've never voted democrat in my life. There's no reason why any of these people who are supposedly on our side. Republicans should not like me. Why wouldn't you like me? But I I think you're probably right. There is some professional jealousy. I think you get a lot of attention that they want, and they also don't want to not be invited to the big gathering wherever it's going to be you like Laura Luma better. Not better. Not have you there. So let let's let's keep. Her at arm's length almost at a time two quick ones. When I tweeted out, your your video the other day explaining how you were banned in a lot of people did that continue to send out your stuff on Twitter Twitter takes action against me. But when I did that some of the reaction from my listeners who claim to be conservative Republican said, well, the terms of service are clear, he broke them. She has no argument she she had to accept their terms. It's their website, which her beef the I know what you're beef. But what how would you respond to somebody who said that to you? Well, clearly, I didn't I would love for Twitter to show me. How I violated their terms of service with that tweet. I would love oh how posting a factual statements, which is even backed up by his logic, scholars themselves is hate speech. I would love to know. So please. You know, maybe Jack Dorsey, we'll let me come and he'll sit down and show me the rule book and point out. How facts are now a violation of terms of service up for Twitter to tell the feminists was just as spended for light why she was banned for posting that there's only two genders. I mean, if you studied biology, and if you pass your science courses, you know, that that's a fact so armee really going to go down this slippery slope of saying, well, it's their company. I mean Facebook just to give you an example of how breaches the says is as these examples aren't already that another band. A post from the m Frank center the end center, which is a holocaust memorial on know, who am Frank is they banned one of the post because they said, it was hate speech because the center for Anne Frank was advocating for more people to learn about Jew, hatred and the holocaust. So now, you know, Anne Frank is dead. Of course, and. There is rising anti semitism. But apparently, it's a form of hate speech to talk about anti-semitism. It's it's a form of hate speech to remind people about the holocaust insult to injury. This this idiot Alexandria, Qazi Cortez is now basically saying the migrants are doing exactly the same thing that the Jews were doing in the holocaust. And that's okay. That's everywhere. She can say that publicly. She will be banned. She'll still be loved to be propped up like she some intelligent person, which he's not. It's kinda sick the waves turning Laura. Hopefully, we'll continue to get this story out, and hopefully somebody who's got some power maybe Ted Cruz, maybe somebody else, maybe the president himself will take action and say listen that liabilities gone get ready to go to court every single day. If you gonna keep on coming down on people like Laura Luma exactly something needs to be done. They need to speak out because if people Ted Cruz, especially look at how close the election was he didn't even win in a landslide. It was so close don't tell almost one. I think that so many people are voting for these outright communist politicians who want you destroy everything that makes this country. Great, and what is going to happen? What would happen if the Democrats in control of the house and the Senate and? And we have a democrat president what's going to happen in twenty twenty. And you think Donald Trump is going to win in all of his supporters are banned on social media. It's a great question. And it's a it's a viable question. Laura loom or does a great job and the big social media networks just shuttered down. A couple of days ago. She actually went and handcuffed herself to the Twitter headquarters in New York. It was showing the tweet the gutter band, she eventually was cut off of of their vehicles were cut off. I believe by the police she was taken to the precinct. I don't think she was arrested. But she's trying to look grandstanding standing trying to make a distinction is to get publicity. Now, she wants her story to be heard, and what was ironic and very very well done by her was because what she did at Twitter headquarters. She was the top trending item on Twitter a website. She's not even allowed to be on right now. Which is very interesting. Your thoughts on that one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. Stay right here..

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"luma" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"luma" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So banks are closed, but the stock market is open. Things are back to normal at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood international airport. The Broward County sheriff's office gave y'all clear last night after a suspicious package was found outside terminal four independent investigator reporter, Laura Luma told Jen and Bill moments ago, but this is spector bomb was really a box of ballots that were left in a rental car last driven by abroad election employees on the box. You can get yourself a provisional ballot box. And according to the Avis employees, the last virgin, drove the car was no holliman, and no Holloman is a democrat voter in Broward County who is photograph lakeside answer Jehlum, and he runs a sheriff dot Israel on baseball. So good website. Fifty WT AL dot com olive, Laura lumers, photos and evidence is up there. And the airport was placed on lockdown as the bomb. Scott squad investigated the package determined it was safe. So was it balanced or was it a bomb go to our website and some flights were delayed. So call ahead your airline and make sure that everything is on time also cues. Mass murderer nNcholas cruise was allowed to register to vote while sitting in the Broward County jail waiting trial in seventeen counts of murder, he registered as Republican that story at the website is well Florida's Senate and governors have begun their respective recounts to decide well the race for those to decide the key races. In the swing state for the mechanized recounts were ordered governor Scott was in the lead by just over twelve thousand votes that lead has significantly narrowed. The recount machine deadline is Thursday. But recounting eight point two million votes. Could go into next month reasons for the potential delays include roadblocks like both Rick Scott and Bill Nelson having filed lawsuits coupled with technical issues, like a report that Palm Beach county's machines are too old. To conduct three full recounts as required and the county would be unable to meet Thursday's deadline certification of the recount is supposed to happen November. Twentieth. But that could trickle the process in a December Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio fire sweeping.

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"luma" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"It was four zero nine, Belinda Jag who'd into the steals pots and pans carpark back at the office back to the office. No longer is back to the office when it's four. Oh nine. You call Daytona DJ. I've seen these boats. She grabbed her briefcase but left her overnight bag full of slinky. Negligees kimonos and bloomers in the. They are always good to have on hand to those elegant. And then one of them's bloomers. Really a sexy version of a blue Meriva Luma's alike, huge granny boxes billowing gather at the knee. I really kind of finish. Very voluminous. Yeah. The kind of billowy. Yes. Bloom cellini who has KOMO no more to the point. I'm focusing on tired of the wrong kind of to go with her on that though. I'm picturing is a sort of silk dressing gown, but a bit Japanese e which could be a bit sex could actually she brought it as a precaution as there was no telling how long this particular meeting would take four or nine meeting very precise kind of time. I tend up for three thirty meeting. Tony was waiting at the front doors looking harassed because she's late. Maybe this be good Blumenthal of cut my honeymoon short for this. Oh, she's cool. She's cool biz emergency me teams called this for, oh, nine, which you think this is about FBI MRs like her trying to figure out what's going on with ho-gau. Fucking. So she's pulled him off. His honeymoon for this is about, say, pulled him off, but he has returned. She's pulled him off his honeymoon sales. Putting off every night. Every night is in full every day. Every second time we can consummate the marriage. Now when the sun. That we can kiss no one has sex in the daylight. What they go. Do you remember Scunthorpe? Probably. Do you think they went Kebe motivation, much Tony's the guys like by British. So he's like, we can stay home, go to Scott nets this, the be good, leaving tool of cut short honeymoon for this. It is replied, Belinda. Thanks to me in my network of associates. We've been given advance warning on what could be a major disaster for this very company. We call home Jayme on. We call home. She literally lives there. She said, yeah, I'm good. I'm yeah office. Oh, sorry, that's why go home home. It's gotta be is to be the spy. This being about the spy. You think my goodness in emergency meeting, they walked down the corridor past may've on reception who smiles suspiciously at the business like faces of Belinda and herbal. We've already put that to bed. Rockies rarely tried to pay. Homemade. She's just a country girl was evidence. Anyone smiled suspiciously. She just smiling, good afternoon, sir. MRs. Blumenthal kind of help with. Voice old, isn't she? The first I she spoke more jovial. What is made some Iraqi she identical to. Okay. 'cause Irish, good afternoon, sir. Luminita to help you. No snapped Tony as they turned into the leather room white..

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"luma" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KSRO

"Good morning. I'm Pat Kerrigan coming up tomorrow in Petaluma the pedal. Luma river craft beer festival and Ken Weaver is one of the organizers he's here with us this morning. I can good morning, Pat. How you doing? I am well anything that takes place in near downtown Petaluma. And along the river has got to be a great event. Tell us what we're gonna find at the craft beer festival tomorrow. So we're gearing up for our sixth annual then and we're gonna have twenty two local breweries almost entirely from an or stay. Gonna have another dozen food vendors. One price gets you ten tickets to try a bunch of that stuff and get to hang up by the river with a bunch of folks who are totally into too. Well, that's that's the overview of it. That's pretty good. Tell us about the food tastings too. Let's we're gonna have we're gonna twelve vendors looking at our list, right, man. We've got copy of comedy company f renews, rotary club will be grilling up a bunch of stuff got wishbone. We've got a lot of a lot of Petaluma local places picture, burgers, coffee, all all kinds of different snacks and stuff. We'll have a big selection to go to go with all the beard idea to have a few bites at the craft beer festival. Right. To allocate your tickets. We're losing the. We're having a cell phone issues with you just so, you know, you're going in can you repeat your last statement? For sure. Yeah. We're we're definitely it's definitely hard to you know, you get to pick. Whether you use your tickets reporter beer, and you you you pick accordingly and what does it cost to get those tickets? So it's forty bucks and that gets you ten food and drink tickets. All right. Very you probably would sell more than one too. If people wanted more tickets. Yes, we will have we will have extra drink tickets. We've also got twenty dollar designated driver tickets, very good that important part of this whole thing who puts it together. So it's the two main organizations are the pedal Luma area chamber of commerce and the rotary club of Petaluma valley. Very good. And if you're just, you know, you just want to find out what's happening before you buy those tickets is it free to do. So or what does it cost to get in? It's forty bucks at the door. And it's it's not only so okay. We can't have any babies or strollers? Yes. That makes perfect sense. Well, it should be perfect weather for it this weekend not too hot. And not too cold. Just right. That sounds great. And this is the what annual for the festival this is the sixth annual sixth annual well somethings working, right then. Well, congratulations. It is going to be a big day in Petaluma. It is one to five pm in downtown Petaluma after river and twenty three local breweries and his Ken said, wow, what a riverfront and a lot of food possibilities for you too. Ken. Thanks for letting us know about this going to be a great one. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. All right. That is Ken Weaver. He's the one of the volunteers and the organizer of the pedal. Luma river craft beer festival going on tomorrow. It's eight twenty two if let's get you up to speed on the latest in the news. And of course,.

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"luma" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"luma" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KGO 810

"Traffic desk you still have an accident on eastbound thirty seven before one Twenty-one involving injuries and getting. Outta lanes but, it says has traffic backed up to the pedal Luma river bridge southbound one passing f f o. very heavy on down to poplar app where an accident has been cleared to, the shoulder seeing heavy traffic is starting to gather on eastbound five eighty out of Castro valley clears up down the Dublin grade and some more slow stuff. Through Pleasanton definitely can't handle yet out of San Francisco that is a grind metering. Or northbound one zero one is heavy from before Cesar Chavez to the lower deck of the, bay bridge partly to mostly. Cloudy. Skies tonight we may see some drizzle near the, coast tomorrow a little warmer inland. With highs close to one. Hundred degrees when, news happens we're talking about why considered them to be activist judges who want. To reinterpret and if we have all these young justices that we aren't much aging supreme court for. Forty years so picture somewhere between eighty to one hundred. Police vehicles I'm sure there's bomb and, swat units They're. Taking your calls rushing the problems that Legal immigration, which is being thing this is cagey oh, Armstrong, and Getty here talking to a friend Brian the head honcho at certified heating and air conditioning when you get calls from k. g. o.. Listeners what sets them apart from other customers but one thing I like about geo listeners is the vast majority of them are proactive and they're looking to get. Things taken care of a head of time they don't want to be one of those people left stranded without air conditioning. Or heating when they need it the most so they tend to. Call in and, take advantage of the specials. And you know they love to talk about they heard us on energy and how you guys are such good. Friends of theirs because they listen every day and usually it's more of a conversation when they call though, about eight g., nice when they call in you know they they bring it up and want to be proactive and get things taken care of ahead. Of schedule so, that they're not, left uncomfortable so be, proactive get that inspection give. Them a call nine. To five get temp.

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Jon Wertheim mailbag: Wimbledon preview, Nick Kyrgios

Jason and Alexis

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Jon Wertheim mailbag: Wimbledon preview, Nick Kyrgios

"L dot com to hear the full interview with laura luma on the jenin bill page george zimmerman is expected in court this morning to face a stalking charge zimmerman is accused of harassing and sending threatening messages to private investigator darren warren who was working on a documentary about seventeen year old trayvon martin's death deputies say zimmerman called warren fifty five times left thirty six voicemails and texted him sixty seven times in just over a week one message sent to the film's producer allegedly threatened to feed warren to an alligator zimmerman has pleaded not guilty samantha jordan abc news orlando of course zimmerman was acquitted in the shooting death of martin in two thousand twelve and thirty six year old serena williams who's a palm beach gardens resident is getting seeded at wimbledon despite taking a break from tennis to give birth to her daughter did not make an exception and remember she was not seated the us open has already said that they will absolutely take this into account but wimbledon is making an exception.

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Tom Brady negotiated with wife to play at least 2 more years

The NFL Show

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Tom Brady negotiated with wife to play at least 2 more years

"Okay you favor a corner over a defensive lineman you're the only guy in america the dick because you didn't watch super bowl okay he didn't watch the super bowl you haven't watched any great watch any of those teams no team can cover if you can't rush that's a fact so you know but that being said i don't wanna pick on cleveland i won't pick on the seventy sixers either so we'll move on a luma on we'll talk about a team that you know we just brought up that team that was going to trade up apparently for baker mayfield at the number two spot and that is the new england patriots and we have to talk about their quarterback tom brady he says he is negotiated essay that in quotations the next two years with his wife giselle about his future and those are family talks we have two more years of tom brady and then we're gonna get to the point where is it going to be franchise tagged in twenty twenty what will the future look like is he going to get a new contract with the patriots they have the seventh round danny atlema came in from lsu th there's a whole lot of stuff going on now to figure out what is the future for tom brady will look i think this i think the shooter for all these great quarterbacks in the nfl has just gotten changed with the matt ryan contract i mean matt ryan changed the landscape first thing that happened her cousin changed the landscape and this is the whole genesis behind free agency this is what the agents have always hoped for what happened in free agency a free agent makes ex that a guy who's an established player will make x plus y and that's what's happening with kirk cousins and now ryan got a contract in an era rogers is going to get a contract that and i think what's going on in new england and this is just my own instinct is i think.

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"luma" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"College campuses are all about inclusion and peaceable civil discussion and and this guy comes to campus ucla and all hell breaks loose it's hilarious and all of the disclaimers leaning up to a speech that's what you've got to hear one person after another that we're bringing them here because we want to show that we're open minded and while we totally disagree with everything he's got to say we want to be civil and it all goes to pieces of no time so stick around you gotta hear this it's it's good good stuff on case we have hillary clinton in the news hillary clinton's making all scored sorts of excuses for her loss what you're kidding me hillary really yup by the way remains with hillary luma remains hillary's right hand lady still there so they are in india india and she was going down a set of stairs and trips not once but twice even three times a lady to his whole first she was holding the arm of an aide when she tripped and now she has aids and she trips again and then she bled hillary likes to blame everything on everybody else so she blamed it she literally blamed it on her shoes she kicked her shoes off to start walking barefoot damn shoes that was it i mean that was kind of the she's she's holding onto the security detail she starts to fall he realizes he can't handle it so he calls in backup now we have like three guys trying to keep this woman from going down she slips again that kicks off the shoes so hillary slips and falls well almost fell could have been horrible the other two stories though about hillary we talked about one of these briefly yesterday if we didn't do it on this show we did it when i was filling in for savage anyway she said white women voted for trump are you ready for this white women voted for trump because their husbands told them to now fifty fifty two percent of the white women of this country voted for trump so she's just with one big broad brush tossed millions of women underneath the bus yoli voted for because your husband's told you to because we're that week that you know they're forgetting another large group of voters.

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"luma" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"luma" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Hello yeah we got those two trailers for you we might have a surprise trailer as good moves started me on something and i'm just my head you've spears man mostly it we'll see we had thomas is a prize trailer as for news i was so pleased come in today in hear people talking about a certain animal that felt like date we just don't get on a plane and fly wherever they want to it's been something that's been going on for a while and i've been call them bullshit on news or a longterm i even somebody tried to even get me swept up in it but we'll let you know what that is we get to it also we have a little more just a little more luma black panther talk and as i say i mean no respect mr pent the serbian no disrespect i no no they actually popularity in straight up disrespect but no i mean no disrespect your highness mr pat the sir but the date we just had screening of not us we don't get them to lay premier the premier yeah we weren't invited apparently it just like we feel worth was just like we were in the black panther movie male what hap yeah the premier of abraham man i'm cleanup's that right now he doesn't get the invite not what what i want to present importance yeah everybody's all black panther takes up us so we're gonna talk about the reception on that in again again you know the what that means we have these early kinda receptions for built in before continue they been waiting so patiently they've been mere not saying a word while i was enjoying a meal the usually give me a hard time but these they were gonna let you we nice you has an inner jyle to do this show i want to thank these mob babies out there not only giving me a little court tom for the show but also getting up back making sure that we're having no problems making sure that we are indeed stream and i am talking about as i was saying earlier be one the only d chat tat your door today a lot of people.

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"luma" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"luma" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"I'm upset with my luma epa yeah if you don't know who you at the the colombian singer manama baby is a pretty voight judi again luma i only is can south and he has he was actually nominated for six laying grammys last week and he's fucking hot he scale and he he has it's great so now called phillies little squatter which means happy the fort worth and essentially about a cover a couple that they're swingers or their an open relationship or and it's pretty it's pretty interesting the videos pretty fascinating two manuel may and shown to do i do ask stormers john nash throwing away from russia barry xenos singlemindedly but he is actually one of the largest lake at one of the biggest thing at the milan land community has over a billion yang flood of deal it's fun to see his success and i feel like he's eventually gonna cross over to the american market and heath also like done a bunch of collapsed where shut todd ricky martin and then it's kind of fun to see him he's only twenty three years old he's very very talented very very hot and he's got a lot of grace on and i know all about the talked about but i know this i fever right which means happy the four of us which means that they all be fucking yeah and are open relations with rebel its quattro yet but my favorite artists which i am so excited to see in concert is j galvin some of you might know him from his latest single with beyond today and it's all over the radio.

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"luma" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"luma" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"I can't owner sold a new mungo on those things happening in on guys careers so you know but right now you that's what i wanna do you know all hope it happens though i you know in the afternoon some career in our lives health nor luma quarterback northcoast dirt of owen teammates in all of created a lot of for instance have blue while weis but my daughter was born attempt with a we just we like temple in one wanna make their home for the response in alaska passion for you i want to wrap up on s you're signed to cash money agency so you know there were you at a bird man obviously guys like will wayne drake over the years have been you know associated cash money what was that liked to kind of be a part of cash money sports on and are used telecast money and and what was xperience like oh it's going to win is called mavis force amused the same thank ashley baby is the same thing years old were bergman slim on they're just they they parted with my agency parties forge so they're like partner together uh it was a package do whatever in oil i got the visible horns you know um when maven in car exports show it always been good in all the to do a good job no margin meet of your help me gives some no money also sealed of go it's been good okay complied how about interaction do you have a bird bannon you know drake en en people like bags that's all whenever you first sign with them you had the dewitt you had to dwayne wagers yawn you announced on instagram with bird man like i mean what's been light again and how cools it kind of have those those people around you because i mean where we were also having people from rock nation sports on podcast and obviously that's jay z and what he's been able to do there's been a number of guys are kind of went down that path in and got to the sports agency business um how much interaction you have with uh with the the rappers on kashmir decide.

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