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Chemist Confessions Return with Victoria Fu and Gloria Lu Part 2
"My guest. Today they are back. This is now third appears on view. They were here as well returning for the second time because they make skin care science fun. They are chemists and they are also business owners. They have their own line of products there. The ladies behind chemist confessions which is an amazing instagram. As well if you don't follow them if you're all if you want to know the ingredients honey they break it down and make it fun and easy to understand and exciting. And that's why they're here. Please welcome Victoria Fu. Glory Lou back to Niche Butte. Oh they're going again and I think we made it obvious but we're just we hit record again. We had so much more to discuss. And we've we're filibustering we have lost. I will not let them miss her flight. There's so much more than last time. Oh who we do this all day. We could do it so can i? So we're just going to get right into it. I'll try not to be so small Taki because we have a lot to discuss and then we'll end up. If we have time then we can like you know. Ask about your hopes and dreams and whatnot. Okay let's get into it so I had the honeys ask questions for. Y'All and of course they came through because they're all geniuses and they are passionate space so they have questions. I have questions and let's get right back into him so this question is from J. Jane. Okay I've heard the chemical exponents make your skin thin and are bad for your skin over time. Is this true. No no okay. So can somebody their face up. What what does that mean? What does fucking of your face? So you can be overex- fully like you ruined your wall. He'll it will absolutely he'll But so cue to answer this question it does temporarily make your skin a little ner breads kind of just. It's getting rid of the top layer. That's already dead. It's already have dislodged. Anyway it's gotTa go and usually the correctly use chemical exfoliating. You get rid of the cells. That's overdue I use. Your skin naturally turns over. But as you age or there's like environmental factors it's slows down and that that's slowness still all problems like dryness and That unwanted skin texture so come Williams dare to help you speed. I'll get back to normal speed and you can absolutely overdo it so if you jump to a concentration that's way too. Let's say you never use any chemical before and you saw the kind of get cheap very tempting fifty percent college on Amazon That sounds terrifying. You might take away not just a self. That's due to be to leave my take away the stuff that should be coming up and protecting you from environmental factors. Yeah and what that means is year angry. Red Very vulnerable skin that it will take time to heal Our GOTO OCCLUSIVE. That we recommend in this case is Petra. Lod Good on mytalk trade of and heard bad things about and yes. That's actually the gold standard. That will help keep skin especially essentially seared very roskin protected. Yeah and I think what people forget is yes concentration matters. But it's not a competition for the highest amount out there. It's about finding and fine. Tuning your specific percentage so absolutely irritation honestly is bigger problem that we see in people's routine and it is such a big problem for people to manage because once you have irritation you spend your routine dealing with irritation focusing on fixing that correctly and no longer about like trying to do age. Prevention or target is concerned. So you really are taking a few steps back. And that's why we really try to emphasize just minimizing irritation as much as possible into give a little bit of contacts. And if you'RE NEW TO H. A. You can't use it every night if it's a around a five to ten percent range But even if you're just starting try every other night I If you're ready to bump it up and tries on the a little bit more efficacious you can use up to thirty percent. But at that rate it's not leave on product. You have to use it as a mask once a week. Moshe Max and Wash it off. Yeah Yeah Interesting Okay. A lot you out. My brain is like catching up slowly. Processed process wheel on the man. Who does every product say on it? Five percent ten percents it implicitly. Or no they don't and you know but I think the good thing and I would like to give us credit on. This is that we are seeing more and more percentages given So yeah I think just like Boris Ed. Aim for five to ten if you're a beginner And then just be wary of the twenty to thirty Percent Mark. Obviously it can be dependent per type of. Aj but we're not gonNA that's a whole rabbit hole other APP. Yeah and unfortunately someone's doing both in an hour. He's coming up at four getting. Tell me okay. Let's keep going. I'll see when they come in. It could be anybody this studio. There's always something going on. I hope it's Mark Office. Who has been in the seat? Yes he has. Oh this is from Denise I love you. She's one of my friends. But she's like the most supportive amazing. Is it okay to use? Nyah cinema ten percent along with retinol one percent. Do you alternate nights with them early. Yeah she's talking about. She sounds like a very experienced. Retinal user One percent is actually the Max that you can get point zero five or something flake. Yes Oh honey. It's it's great but No problems there. We actually do like the pairing of nine a cinema with with retinol simply because it does offer just barrier support So just a great combo sincere skins kind of under fire share shutting right. Wow Denise you're killing me. Yeah Oh my God expert okay. Yeah that is high okay. This is a question from cooking the account Vincent who we love a male honey. Hello my question is about the way. Actives or ingredients of formula can be delivered into the skin. Penetration enhancers like butylene. Glycol propane proponent deal at CETERA. Dial honey you got to brag to deliver the ingredients product into the skin for example can a ten percent nice city mode Sarum. He said mode by was probably an accident. Serum Without Penetration enhancers can be effective. Does it penetrate the skin? I literally? Oh it says sorry. I'm French we love you. We Love You. We love you and that was incredible. Yeah yeah he knows. Okay so true nerd. I'm like I'm going to be honest. My eyes crossed. I don't understand what the hell is a penetration enhancer. So that's a great question. It sounds like a porn to be honest. I can't hear that now. All my run for a pervert Scorpio. In-and-out ruin all right. So so your skin. Is Fatty Fatty there? The better job is to keep stuff out essentially water. And so that's why the top layer of your skin is mostly fatty acids colonials their minds. Which all are all water. We polling ingredients. What that means is water base stuff. Ashley doesn't penetrate your skin while at all so say no cinemas. A water base active. So that's what Vince is referring to is. Sometimes you add these solvents Play better with the fat ingredients to help the help. Your active guest through the skin. So it's a complicated question because you can't formulae without eh but they're there for more than just penetration enhancing purposes anyway so for example the calls they can help preserve your formula. Okay it can also help with With your stability.
How To Turn Down a Job Candidate
"The end of the interview in assists for those who you are not going to hire there's one last and surprisingly difficult step for some managers to tell people that you won't be off premium it's one of my favorite parts of the interviewing process perhaps second only to interviewing candidates who are not qualified for alright or who are not good at interviewing well it's hard because you're trying to get as many candidates as possible and if you're doing many of the things that we suggest in terms of phone interviews and screening people down by the time you you bring people into interview hopefully you've you've got a list of people that are really really good and unfold usually you only have one position and you know those are the ones are difficult for me which is a great a great candidate night just happened to have another candidate that just seems is just a little bit better and you still have to say no it just it's awful yeah it's not fun in managers because it's harder than it kind of seems at first some managers a lot of managers do it frankly pretty pretty poorly and there's there's a right way to do it and talk about that today I think probably the biggest sin is the delay doing it just putting it off putting it off I mean I'll be I'll be handed I know I have delayed notifying candidates because it's uncomfortable you know at this point you may have established a relationship with a person and it's feels awkward and because we don't do it a whole lot most of us as managers right we're just not good at it so yeah there's all kinds of things but I think that the biggest mistake and we're gonNA address this in the cast right Mike is just putting it off exactly it's the biggest part so so we're going to walk you through how to do it right and five things that were gonNA cover a number one one the one I just referred to you're obligated to notify the candidate of your no decision expeditiously quickly sooner rather than later well I guess you're making an assumption in in that point is that people understand that they have to actually tell the person though not hearing back is not the same thing as a no and unfortunately that that happens quite a bit too don't we don't tell the person know they just left holding the bag hey hanging for a long time so yeah we have to tell them no and we have to tell Tom quickly point we're gonNA talk about you can't wait for an exception this before notifying declined candidate point three you can rule out candidates before you make a higher four be simple and direct between four them don't beat around the Bush and five you can offer feedback but you don't have to so number one we've already talked about this you are obligated let the candidate now and to do it quickly so many of us when it comes to the choices we make manager as managers we really ought to ask her yourselves how would we want to be treated if we were on the receiving end of this process that goes to the heart of so much of what we teach folks here at manager tools and and the events that we offer is just putting yourself in that other person's shoes right if you ask that question ninety nine point nine percent of the time you come up with a great answer and then the question will be oh well that's hard well right well choose the harder right over the easier wrong that's right as mark office says don't for it to be easy wish for the strength to do it right there you go I mean if Wendy was doing this cash is how you we get so many emails from people who say Hey I've gone to the interview says I'm following up I'm not hearing anything it's been weeks I'm they're not telling me anything does that mean it's a no everybody says the same thing if you're not going to offered me the job please just WanNa know about it and I'd rather know sooner rather than later I mean that's that's what people tell us over and over again and there's so much frustration from candidates around this you know why are they not telling me if it's no I it's okay I just want to hear candidates will say hey if there's a chance that I'm going to be considered and I wanna stay in the running but if you're not gonNa make me an offer if I'm out of the running then just tell me that quickly we think about the other is there looking for jobs it's possible they're interviewing with other folks other than you and they're probably not going to tell you about it right if they really want to come work for you and your answer is a no will do them the courtesy of letting them off the hook so they can entertain other offers may have they may have one another another firm that putting off waiting for an answer from you and tell you what that would be an unfortunate situation where you knew for two weeks that they were no that you're not gonNa make them an offer they were talking to another firm they put off or even accept an offer from another firm hoping for you and then they find out later that you knew two weeks ago now they don't have the job with you and they don't have the job with their second choice firm which was probably acceptable that's awful that's not fair yeah not that is not right not right at all and they need they need to have the time in the bandwidth and some of that psychic energy to focus on those other opportunities right if they're interacting with other companies and they're doing follow up following up with you that's just time and energy offer to candidate we are obligated to communicate that to them quickly as quickly as is reasonable and seriously we can't think of any situation that would justify a manager not making that phone call the day the decision is made Detroit that's our standard I quickly as possible correctly immediately not the same as you will not make them an offer if you have two candidates for example candidate can be and you decide to offer candidate a simply because you're going to offer candidate a doesn't mean you have to turn down candidate B. Canada a could say no riot right and if you had decided that if candidates a said no you were going to offer two candidate b. then you can way now if candidates a says no you are not gonNA offer candidate b. then you should have already told the candidate you are not going to offer right right and again it goes back to the first the first thing we said which is as soon as you made a decision that you're not gonNa make somebody an offer then you notify them but if you haven't decided to not make them an offer because they're offers contingent on another candidate then you don't have to tell them you're not gonNa make them an offer because you haven't indeed decided to not give them an offer ruled candidate b. yet it's contingent on what what Kennedy says right once candidate does except then you're very next phone call has to be two candidate B. to let them know that they're not getting an offer but until then if candidate is still in the running is still in the game then you can wait info we try to be ethical and professional managers it doesn't mean being stupid right so don't do this to yourself it's perfect the appropriate and professional to wait until you heard back from candidate before communicating with candidate B. I think we're going to have some future your guidance Mike around how to handle to To viable candidates stay tuned for that okay great so point three is you can candidates out before you make a higher so that example aside that we just talked about of course we don't have to wait until we get an acceptance to decline a Canon ah yes that's the flip side of that coin with the last conversation absolutely because remember our purpose in interviewing is not to pick the best cannon it that's so important I really WanNa say it again because I hear so many managers and when I was a VP and I was managing directors I would hear so many of them say go-slow talk to me like a golden retriever small child we don't interview to pick the best candidate we interview to determine whether any of the the best person right the the best of the worst now we offer the person who best meets our requirements for the role that were interviewing for hiring for so only if we have more than one candidate above the line do we then choose who were going to offer to said another way if a candidate doesn't get align and please remember the purpose of the interview is to rule someone out in his not to help us higher then we turn them down as soon as we know yeah not above line we rule them out and we've ruled the mountain so therefore we tell them we don't wait until the process is done to Hannah they've been ruled out the moment we know that we're not going to pursue them we tell them so so a lot of organizations I think probably have multiple steps in the interviewing assessor might be an initial phone interview followed by an in person interview or multiple in person interviews and I can tell you I had many experiences where I did that initial oh phone interview at as soon as that phone interview was done and I knew this person did not meet my standards based on what I wanted to hear from that initial interview I called them and told them although the hiring process was still going on and I was still interviewing other people I knew that that person was not going to be a candidate they were be in the running so you don't wait for another and sometimes that process would take six to eight to ten weeks and it had been if I had waited until that the process was done then that person's sitting there waiting for two months no as soon as I knew I'm not bringing this person forward to the next step they're not continuing they're not line then you let them
"mark office" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"There are way, fewer members in blue quantity to than I remember the first one, the one we have one comes into this interview as they joined the band. I. Okay. How are you Mark office? I'm great. Thanks for asking. What do you think that your cool dad? What do you think of that, that little Billy? She's great. She's amazing. She's great. I think she's really talented. And I think that she is bringing a breath of fresh air into this kind of quasi, all pop electric thing. Agreed look at what kind of music he was making it sixteen verse what you were doing it sixteen. No that seems mean I was way better. Because I was an unrecognized talent right desert. Yeah. Yes, much more talented from day one. Lissette, your bandmates are behind you. They'll be joining the of you in progress as they arrive. But there's a lot going on with Lincoln to you guys are gearing up for a hell of a summer. Yeah. And I guess the first question that I would have for you about the dates we already know about it. The form and five point in August. Is how did it come together? The little Wehner out there together. It was an idea that was brought to us by CAA, who is our agency and live nation, whose promoter, and it was a mashing of genres that I thought was really cool. And I think the kids today and people today just generally don't care about genre anymore. Man. It's a really. I think it's a great thing has been coming for a long time. And yeah, people just like good music Travis called us, and he said he thinks everyone's blaming him. Blaming me for on Travis has been on this from day, one from the very first day that I ever met him. He was into punk rock, heavy metal and thrash and hip hop and everything he plays anything. Anyone wants to play. Travis invented and wrote the baby sharks on a lot of people don't realize that. Came up with with baby Shaq. Totally Mark, I have a five foot by four foot about that. Big painting. Okay of little Wayne in my living room. Fantastic. Yeah. Who did an oil painting that large of Lewin artists named Ashley Longworth, who is like little, Wayne, New Orleans, native K? And he is kind of the you've been in New Orleans. He is kind of the, the unofficial, you know, mascot, basically of the city of New Orleans. You see, you see pe- people paying his pictures on buildings everywhere. He's like he's like our mayor. It is. They did a very cool video to announce the concert, where it's like Wayne is like a mash up like that. And I and I said this little way, nice, and your response back with so casual. Yeah. He's great. Dude. Little wayne. No, he's great. He's super cool. He he very friendly professional showed up. We knocked out all the stuff that we needed to do. And like they said, we're gonna be at ten o'clock at night. We were done like seven thirty standards. Standards. You can cut snuff early. Right. Great great. Yeah. We did awesome. The crazy thing is like we thought this was such a cool thing like you know we're taking out on tour and, and, and it's going to be these different shows and be hip hop. And there's going to be punk rock and it'll be different thing. And all these people for some reason, thought that Lil Wayne was going to come out and seeing all of our songs because. Announce it up. So there was this whole thing. Like I mean, I love both artists, but I really would like to see low into his Senate, you guys, do your what you plan. Yes. Lady Gaga Tony Bennett. Now, did you get the sense at all? That little Wayne was into your band. Yes. Real little, Wayne. I mean he put out a rock record. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's why I think that this tour is going to make so much sense because he does like this whole he bring, he's a hip hop artist. But he brings out a rock band, and he's very involved in, like the skate scene and things like that, and X games stuff. So it does kind of good crossover on his song, if he invites me lately, I think you'll fit in. Sixteen on we had to do this thing where. In front of a camera in for promotion. We had to say, like you know, there are certain lines that he was supposed to say, and we're supposed to say, somehow, I got stuck with. So make sure you those tickets. The tour this summer. Can't pull it off. I you know what? I just went with that. So, you know it's me saying, and make sure you Cup those two. It was fully like the Steve Hello, fellow. Now Mark, you have curricula firm wrong, but you have resisted getting attacked to, to this point in your life to tattoos. I have my son's name my wife's name. Okay. They're little compared to Travis though. How about if you little way got the matching tattoos. Would that be the coolest thing ever? It would be really cool story for like a month. Then it'd be a really strange story for the rest of my life. Sixty.
"mark office" Discussed on KNSS
"Prevent this is nothing. We could do. We were totally unprepared. Don't give me unprepared. Come on chill in the nineteen fifties. Whatever you you had that spaceship, not special Russell, Rossnowlagh Mexico. Yeah. You had the spaceship bodies. They're all locked up in a couple. David area, fifty one right area. Fifty one. And you did nothing, sir. Regardless of what you may have read in the tabloids never been any spacecraft recovered by. Take my word for it. There's no area fifty one excuse me. Mr President, that's not entirely accurate. He was right. That was that was from independence day, so happy birthday to Judd Hirsch, eighty four years old today music industry that has tons of birthday. So it's going to run through these as quickly as I can hear blink one eighty two. Mark office turns forty two black-eyed peas will. I am forty four years old today. Mark McGrath Sugar Ray, fifty one that takes us through the modern music. If we go back just a little bit further into the hair metal era. We have Bret Michaels of poison turning fifty six go back a little bit further. D Snider twisted sister, sixty four years old today. Keep going singer songwriter and bassist Phil Lesch the Grateful Dead seventy four years old today. And if you think we're done. Sly stone of sly in the families seventy six years old today and Ted I even have one more for you. That's right. The beach boys. Mike love Mike love seventy eight. Oh, gosh. Yeah. So all of those birthdays, all in the same day just in different years in in the world of music, kind of a popular birthday. So that's a happy birthday. Mike love turned seventy eight and all of those wonderful music. Music individuals. Finally, Ted late night hosts joking yesterday, of course, about the Facebook and Instagram outage this. Yeah, they were really really piling.
"mark office" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good evening i'm john stevens we do more motech on money coming up but first let's take a look at this stories we're keeping our eyes on at eight thirty a prosecutor in san bernardino county is in hot water after being accused of posting racist threatening xenophobic grants on social media posts were allegedly littered with profanities some targeted mexican immigrants and the victim of a police shooting in another post the prosecutor question why congresswoman maxine waters had not been shot now san bernardino county deputy da michael selyem is under investigation these postings are extraordinarily disturbing and bigoted brian levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at cal state san produce says the post could have long lasting ramifications these horrible statements to come back and undermine the credibility of prosecutions did he'd be involved with he says the da's office needs to treat this case with the utmost seriousness and ensure all of its prosecutors are impartial and unbiased as they uphold the law cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio knx has reached out to the san bernardino county da's office for comment well are you wondering if we're going to get some relief from the heat the heat wave is tapering off but it's all relative as it'll still feel hot kaley deliver me with the national weather service tells can what we can expect for monday lightly cooler i think cooler it's going down to the eighties and closer to the coast and in some areas will go down to high nineties but we'll remain pretty hot and then tuesday we expect pretty much every day we six it's like ruling as we go into thursday there are some showers and thunderstorms expected in the mountains and deserts that may be moving toward the coast then sure to be a big help to firefighters rob archer knx ten seventy newsradio this man gained fame for his role as the dead guy in hollywood and he's closing out his career chuck lamb says he got into acting back in two thousand six as the thing the mark office bucket list he dubbed himself the dead body guy and hopes of getting roles and even set up a website under that name well it worked lamb has played the dead guy on eleven onscreen features including the tv show what i like about you he's been crushed by his garage door even electrocuted in a bathtub the now sixty year old says he's retiring to live the rest of his years in florida he does have a few last wishes however including getting cast on the walking dead heather jordan knx ten seventy newsradio an uber driver is okay after three car drac carjackers shot him overnight in westchester they shot at him he suffered a pulled hamstring muscle when he was running away but he was not shot he says the two women and one man got into his lexus when he was parked behind the sheraton hotel and opened fire after he asked did they have the uber app then they drove the car away as he was escaping social media and dna generated description a murder suspect from forty five years ago so now newport beach police are hoping that combination can give them new clues in this cold case killing an o'keefe was kidnapped and killed on july sixth nineteen seventythree despite numerous reviews of the evidence that remains unsolved gentlemen's ella with newport beach police department says detectives are now putting linda story out to the public in a unique fashion all the departments twitter feed hashtag linda story for the public see inexperienced the last day of her life the day will be narrating her movements or activities she must school in the morning went to classes went on break all the way through when she left school and started to walk home detectives will also post a new description of the killer based on dna analysis of evidence left behind for the possible facial image age to account for the fact he'd be in the sixties police are hoping one call or one clue could make the difference in solving this decades old killing pete demetrio knx ten seventy newsradio this coming in from hiroshima japan the government says one hundred people now are dead or presumed dead after the heavy rains floods and mudslides in the western part of that country and expert divers were able to rescue four of the twelve boys from the flooded cave in northern thailand where they've been trapped with their soccer coach for more than two weeks it is very dangerous and complicated operation and now.
"mark office" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Again for everybody for tuning in this week south apache of forces on monday and tuesday from ten to three and then for the past two days joan is been on from ten to noon yesterday it was brad writer from noon to three and coming up next to take over for us it'll be niki on from noon to three at one of his guests that he has tyree hill ub bowls quarterback you also have see you said you he'll because i said tyreek hill in the butchered that really jackson tyree jackson sorry sorry yes joe joe threw me for a loop yet tyree jackson is joining nate at two o'clock ub bowls quarterback he'll be on and also nate we'll have tom martin formerly of channel four now working out in kansas city he'll be on the show and i actually just closed nate's preview for the show because he had his other guests on and let me just go find it real quick won't be eric at home will also be on he's a writer for pro football weekly and once again i closed the other one so i do it over there i don't know i don't know it's the end of the week do that i have a question for you in wharton is is is other guests i want thirty your favorite and least favorite sabre jerseys our what favorite butter nights one hundred percent my favorite least favorite the away slugs those rights away slugs do i think i had homes i think i'd map ovejas white slugs to white slugs aren't they guy at home no turbos mile at least favourite that's right he was turned burger the yellow bird burgers it was an interesting concept that i think could have been done better with better they went and if they went full yellow full yellow that would've worked but i think it was interesting interesting concept guar helmeted before the jaguars homemade failed to execute on the on the turkey burger jerseys and yeah yeah it was worth it was worth a try oh i had the winter classic jerseys number one i had the classic whites i think the butter knives are the best one respect that take k they top three andrei markov andrea markup yes so apparently the canadians had interest there was deepak not twitted this out he tweeted out that apparently andrei markov was not happy with how things were going in the cage l back in late november earlier this past year and he informed mark berge event that he was interested to coming back to north america and playing for the canadians berge told him no and now the fact that she is going to be out there could be some possibilities that the canadians may look to sign markov maybe to one year deal pagnotta added onto tweet saying that at the start negotiations last summer mark office willing to agree to a one year term wanted to willing to take one main issue i'm told is that he was spoken to disrespectfully by gm berge and talks broke markov is again willing to take a one year deal now we'll montreal agree we'll see i'm just to me he he should be in the nhl but yeah montreal are they in a position to do that they should be because of weber's gone yup toronto that's a guy i'm going to sign one year one million or something like that just on a one year deal it could be it could be more cap but he thirty three points his last year in the nhl pretty solid and i know he's thirty nine years old think but he played well in the cage lsu and you say they won the championship did they did akbar's akbar's won the the garin cup so yeah andrea marco i wouldn't want the sabers design him but he absolutely i think should be on the team he's still good enough i think he's so good enough but i just don't know what team he would fit into other than montreal think toronto toronto needs cheap good defensemen because of all the money they're going to have them from i think that's another thing how was she to be this is sergei sergei gonchar is an assistant coach for the yeah for the the penguins pittsburgh do something like that if in fact it's got to be the favourite vegas too but then again andrei markov probably is feeling better about everything now because again they did go to the cage l final and won the.
"mark office" Discussed on DLC
"Be a huge puzzle element of it and it just seems like this thing is going to complete wrong direction and all of the animation that super janke in odd christian you wanna weigh in on this i think it's gonna come out i don't think it's going to be great but i think it will do okay numbers for them i think it will work wells another game pass advertisement state of decay to was top of npd's this past tracking cycle so it's like these games come out that don't review super well or get tons of buzz but millions of people played see if the millions of people play state of decay too i think crackdown three will be the same thing i don't necessarily have the lasting power but i think it's common i think it's coming just don't expect it to to blow me away here i mean i mean this is just gauging it from i mean mainly twitter but i was really surprised at the there is a cool audience state decay that i didn't know existed yeah there are some people that feel very strongly about game that's for sure yeah i've i've said negative things about that game because it just doesn't look like my jam at all and i get a lot of pushback people are really into that series were super excited that the developer got picked up by mark office i party so surprises me as well there's one other story i wanted to talk about especially because john you're here and i know you have such interesting take on this you always so good at kind of taking the temperature of the industry as a whole we we got word this week that playstation now is going to get a download feature sort of like what microsoft is already doing with game pass on xbox playstation oh of course is the streaming service that streams playstation two three and four games on your playstation four but now it will sort of like what netflix amazon have done where they're streaming services but with your subscription you.
"mark office" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Yeah yeah there's a reason adam song this is the reason there's a reason why we're coming strong with this on at the top of our show because our guest today on the cheese welcome to the podcast is the great mark office from linked one eighty two what an awesome dude he's sports fan he's a really interesting guy super smart and just a thoughtful dude on every level and we're going to talk about his love of the rams his childhood growing up kind of couple of hours north of here in the desert and beyond that his love the dodgers in his how he basically learn how to love baseball and then being asked about the national anthem we'll get to all that later and then later in the show dennis rodman the worm on the precipice of i laugh but i also fired he may be a part of this kim jong un some maybe the go between between trump and we joked about it and now it's a reality going to be a reality which is just crazy to me he left us a voicemail all right so but at the top of the show we got talking about the here speaking of trump we gotta talk about the thing that is the most ridiculous it's like the so so this week the eagles the the philadelphia eagles the world champion philadelphia eagles were supposed to go to the white house they were invited and there was only one confirmed eagle and that was i n eagle wasn't even a he's just like i'm showing up to cover it now there were there was only one confirmed eagle and it was glenn fry and he's dead i was going to be riley cooper either use you call the black guy the n word yeah what i think happened truthfully is that there were gonna be some people protesting and some people didn't say what they were going to do and basically the just of so few people like the delegation of people who are going to.
"mark office" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Oh my goodness so you don't have a concussion protocol you know we push dangerous stunts to the last couple of weeks of the film and it was i mean when i did that stunt i had a broken hand and my knee at br busted meniscus in my knee and correct me if i'm wrong and really don't because i reported this on the show you then when immediately back to work and just said oh don't fill me from that side with my wonky i couldn't film the left side of my face for the last few days of the film you didn't take some time off to say let's make sure i can see for the rest of my life budget do you think good point hey johnny's a producer on the movie so obviously wanna burn cash let me ask you this johnny knoxville city with us on the kevin beach before we take a quick break the film is called action point theaters everywhere it looks hilarious and shocking that it exists the stuff that they could get away with obviously was illegal back in the day of the real theme park but how did you get the people making the movie to sign off on you doing these stunts that you knew you were going to get hurt do it why isn't that what you hire those safety experts on on the movie for us to stop you from doing things that get hurt they just supposed to make you look like you get hurt but not for real well i mean jackass we do all the stunts for real who they were dealing with yeah there's no safety experts on my movies there are i fire them that's a good policy that's show business all right quick break johnny knoxville what we return on k rock the kevin and bean show on k rock what's up listeners this is mark office we are from blink eighty two week decay.
"mark office" Discussed on WEEI
"The dan snyder basically of the nba jordan boston credit appear to be in addition to the coach is certainly the coach of the year and i would say the best coach in the nba the tally last weekend coach of the year but i would definitely say this team is mentally tougher and he has he has a lot to say about that and i think that's too i think it's a combination danny has drafted especially brown and tatum i mean obviously this is not exactly something nobody else has said before but they're they're both smart players they're both highly talented players their team oriented players coach players the future is very very bright mart is very much what he reminds me of north van leer he's very tough very mentally tough i'm trying to come up with a celtic comparison circus sixties less guitar dennis johnson was pretty tough jj had so many dj's much mortality smart come on dj's far more talented than mark office he he was not a true point guard i mean he other outset she brought to the table wait a minute hold on i don't know how much you watch in the nineteen eighties leising force maybe in today larry where your turn off your twins off turn it off dj was such a great player that you could climb on his back in big moments look at eighty four you look at eighty four they don't win they do not win an eighty four against the lakers without dj no doubt about it and he was great with seattle to.
"mark office" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I mean they were punk they tried to be punk and there's no way they will come on glenn richard hell is punk not that guy mark office metallica i love them is that legal totally thank mega deaf fine peace sells but who's buying i like wayne staley okay that's cool well i get all that i just don't the whole blink one eddie do doesn't doesn't make sense to me funny when i first heard one blink one eighty two and third eye blind and blind melon i thought it was a micro aggression against blind people and i was all pc but then i realized i liked him music and i just didn't get into that a look at that we a cited community didn't even think of how the sightless community might be bummed out by bands like third eye blind but that's not about you're blind in two is third is another whole thing third eye blind does not address the actual site that's your third eye so what are the other two well blind melon wine melon and which actually sounds like some stuff sounds like really yes all right well bring quinn eighty two not blind one eighty two well now the word blink is an insult for a blind person it's like calling so black race and the n word it's a it's a cited swear yeah if you wanna k four is kind of well with glasses if you wanted to hurt my family you could call me a blink i mean it wouldn't hurt my feelings i don't care but some people would take offence to that you probably didn't know that no he learns something every time you do all right we done i feel like we're done let's not force it glen that was a good talk anybody else you don't like it oh but no i love rush and queen.
"mark office" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Tonight py hosting green bay oakland at home to cleveland state detroit versing hosting youngstown state look at your scores there on all three of those games at halftime here milwaukee down to with the ball at my right were newsom nuisance checked in so as ns e kirsten warren newson catches in the right corner rolls off the three unable to hit his first of a shot attempt of the game the logs leading it right to left for the flames goes back door deflected by prowl stored away by envy outlet for haas panthers forcing a turnover on the second straight trip your stall speaking of trips he is trip by december dixit on this attack in from the left worse than a dixon her son you i see stall left sidelines for court in with 25 of the shot clock to august hot topic keys brock stalled high on the right picked up by dixon crawl free throw line turns it down back for half that's going to think about take a shot past in the paint kick out stall rising three over audi is off the mark office a rebound bread thrall he is filed as this one will be tacked to jordan blunt first substitution for you i see tonight quint robin jackson oh yossi checks out robinson for all empathy for the top five shot blockers in the conference right now in no particular order you walk the order would be number one high sandwiched in the corner between robinson ati any a bigger part of it ferguson and its knocked out by targets ferguson so now brock stall will try to have better luck that deep left corner and he does in for august 20 other shot clock pass between the circles top here's bread for all he'll pop this three that's no good off the backboard rub backward i should say off the back racket and no good good players are just distracted by the background music as i have during the play during pace of play i'll fight through folks don't worry becker's down to fourteen tens coldness opening half jacob wildly on the floor for you i see robertson now feet ferguson between the circles haas left side for dixon beyond the art 10 of the shot clock back for ferguson right side deep wiley wildly baseline dark corner left ball on the.
"mark office" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"You in show business and entertainment industry use the term blowing up we blew up m think about as an analogy when you blow up species of you everywhere it it's a kind of iraq it's a it's a strange analogy carr's should imply something successful and i think it's like when you if you witness something i don't wanna say car accident that the terrible analogy i'm not saying what happened was like a car accident but if you witness a dog walking down the street to people see the same thing but they have different accounts of just it's a human thing you know i think i think from all analogy twofer or a a a sort of anecdote for why it was absurd was we got robbed when before the album came out two thousand eleven all our instruments for basically stolen on the second day of tour saturday every single band i feel like you hear that story yeah the time the people just getting it was in broad daylight over at the libria tarp pits in la and we had a showed play at night and so we barred instruments and play the rest of the tour on the kindness of each city were and we would actually get a chance hello and get a guitar we weren't able to really them for the rest of the tourists every every city was um all all hands on deck and kind of helping each other and that robbery was way more galvanizing than a successful run of an album you know because you get you gathered the other new banner in you rally around something like that when there's success i just think it's confusing for everyone there's there's a there's a time when your ego might flareup there's there's all the stuff you know that kind of comes out and at the end of that he can get over that hump i think it's easier to live with at once you know what it's like but it's super strange to say that that would be harder to deal with than getting robbed put a just is more destructive i think to to the dynamic of the whole group then you'd think you know i think also there's one of my favorite songs as blink corny tucson i think it's called adam song and it's about think the lead singer mark office wrote about just feeling alone coming back from these.
"mark office" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Seton how are you today i'm doing great i'm glad that you could join us about this season was the obama administration absolutely awful on intellectual pro internationally the domestically as well in fact that it domestic policy led to other countries engaging in similar uh and it too bad policy in debt and their countries against our intellectual property uh wh what happened was his okay first of all is the first step really was in 2012 the congress because there are some bad republicans on i t to uh pass the american vents act they're very good at naming bills or not very good at writing them uh what the american vents acted was create a entity within the patent and trademark office called the patent trademark patent it's pete's had i can't remember all the accents and healthy basically what it does is is it takes away patents that the patent office it has already given it takes them away it takes them away it's like a review board it's like it's like the it's the pattern streaming mark office reviewing its own work and taking away patten's it previously approved my goodness so that that doesn't create uncertainty and business i spent means of billions of dollars researching ideas go apply four and get a patent you start your business based on that tighten and then the patent office comes that goes hey you know what we were just kidding you don't have the type anymore so that board still exists uh but then the obama administration so getting really creative by using antitrust law to attack patten in tatton holders well that's absurd useful you know the to the constitution talks about you know protecting intellectual property through cop it's called the car break laws you can look it up and it's supposed to give you exclusive use of the time well that's the monopoly to them to sue bill the patentholder for having a monopoly when the constitution told you as the government to issue them a monopoly is ridiculous and that's what the uh obama uh federal trade commission started doing we'll then china countries like china and south korea seoul one r s t c was doing consorted screwing patentholders overseas and exactly that same fashion by claiming that tightened to monopolies and using antitrust law to undermine so all that what's going on well then trump comes along and.
"mark office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dean you're listening to bloomberg law i'm june were also at a seventeen minutes past the hour yes uh through the lookingglass somewhat alice found there is the 1870s abdul to lewis carols alice his adventures in wonderland last year alice returned to wonderland in the disney film alice through the lookingglass starring johnny depp and an pathway go to long on us nice sousse mall friends in the gift of course with the disney film came all kinds of merchandise dolls and shouts to wall art and limited edition fine china now let's travel to obtain glass to a quirky shop in the heart of london's theatre district called alice through the lookingglass the small boutique cells lewis carroll books and prince and themed items and is taking on walt disney lorry al and cody suing over sale of merchandise linked to the disney movie with the same name as the shop joining me as prominent intellectual property litigator prince charles a partner at katyn eugene rosen men carry what's the claim of this boutique acquiring would have been both they're they registered the mark alice through the looking glass in the uk before two thousand fourteen they notify disney that they had the mark and when disney wooden acknowledge that they rushed into the us trade mark office here in the united states and registers a dozen or so categories art clothing jewellery candy toys knickknacks paper products of things and they beat disney to the punch in both the uk and the usa terry trademark for the name of the famous well it is very famous book but unlike trademarks copyrights expire nowadays and there the lifetime of the author plus a few years and back in the late nineteen th century when these were published they were even less so both alice in wonderland and through the lookingglass our what's cobbling uh in the public domain they are free for anyone to you and therefore there is no copyright law restriction on either disney or this small boutique in london using name or any phrases out of the book so it's just the trademark it is purely a trademark issue between these two companies and in trademark law the ruling that the first to use it in commerce in essence have a monopoly within the narrow sphere of their particular use and this quirky little in london alice through the.
"mark office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg law i'm jun wu also added seventeen minutes past the hour through the lookingglass him what alice found there is the eighteen 71 sequel to lewis carols alice his adventures in wonderland last year alice returned to wonderland in the disney film alice through the lookingglass starring johnny depp and am halfway go yes no one seized small instrument of course with the disney film came all kinds of merchandise from dolls and tshirts to wall lord limited edition fine china now let's traveled to the looking glass quirky shop in the heart of london's theatre district bald alice through the lookingglass the small boutique cells lewis carroll books and prince and theme died man is taking on walt disney lorry out and cody suing over the sale of merchandise linked to the disney movie with the same name as the shop joining me as prominent intellectual property litigator terrence roz a partner at katyn nugent rosen men what's the claim of this boutique crime of him they're very registered the mark alice through the looking glass in the uk before 2014 they notify disney that they had the mark and when dean wooden acknowledge that they rushed into the us trade mark office the united states and registers dozen or so categories art clothing jewelery candy toys knickknacks paper products a whole range of things and they beat disney to the punch in both the uk and the usa great mark for the name of a famous book well it is very famous book but unlike trademarks copyright fire nowadays there the lifetime of the author plus a few years and back in the late nineteen th century when these were published they were even less so both alice in wonderland in through the lookingglass are what's commonly known as being in the public domain they are free for anyone to use and therefore is no copyright law restriction on either disney or this mobility can london using the name or any phrases out of the book so it's just the trademark it is purely a trademark issue between these two companies and in trademark law the rule is that the first to use it in commerce in essence has a monopoly within the narrow sphere of their particular use and this quirky little boutique in london alice through the.
"mark office" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You're listening to bloomberg law i'm june were also at a seventeen minutes past the hour through the lookingglass him alice found there is the eighteen 71 sequel to lewis carols alice his adventures in wonderland last year alice returned to wonderland in the disney film alice through the lookingglass starring johnny depp and am halfway gore long illness nice sousse law thrown trump of course with the disney film came all kinds of merchandise from dolls and teeshirts to wall lord and limited edition fine china now let's traveled to the looking glass to a quirky shop in the heart of london's theatre district called alice through the lookingglass the small boutique cells lewis carroll books and prince and deemed items and is taking on walt disney lorry al and cody suing over the sale of merchandise linked to the disney movie with the same name as the shop joining me as prominent intellectual property litigator terrence ross a partner at katyn nugent rosen then terry what's the claim of this boutique lacroix with him the registered the mark alice through the looking glass in the uk before two thousand fourteen they notify disney need that they had the mark and when disney wooden acknowledge that they rushed into the us trade mark office here in the united states and registered in a dozen or so categories art clothing jewellery candy toys knickknacks paper products a whole range of things and they beat disney to the punch in both the uk and the usa terry trademark for the name of a famous book reuter though very famous book but unlike trademarks copyrights expire nowadays there the lifetime of the author plus a few years and back in the late nineteen th century when these were published they were even less so both alice in wonderland and through the lookingglass are which commonly known as being in the public domain they are free for anyone to use therefore there's no copyright law restriction on either disney or this mall boutique in london using the name or any phrases out of the book so it's just the trademark it is purely a trademark issue between these two companies and in trademark law of the rule is that the first to use it in commerce in essence have a monopoly within the narrow sphere of of their particular use and that's quirky little boutique in london alice.
"mark office" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"This is thursday june twenty nine squatty seventy good morning i'm frank trainer here at the cbs broadcast center we have cloudy skies seventy one degrees right now later today things are going to change the saudi warm and breezy as we had up to eighty eight degrees in the news at this hour our it's jail time for a thirty six year old montgomery county woman who let her two year old die after the little girl swallowed pills in the king of prussia motel room the most significant price she'll pay is knowing that the decision she made resulted in the death of her little girl in philadelphia abuses prompt change shift in philadelphia parking authority a major dramatic change in leave in its available to place the new restrictions on accumulating time off i'm pat loeb him politics while the city's police union calls its meeting with the democratic d a nominee respectful the fop endorses republican beth grossman matlock i've that my entire career of mark office i'm steve talgua and later on news radio i'm tony romeo and harrisburg obviously very difficult issues for all of us there moceanu issues is feet senate votes for a bill to allow school employees to carry guns in sports the phillies round the road and they beat seattle the team travelling today the next time they by friday night against the mets and in soccer the union were on the road in title on points but most on penalty kicks to the new york red bowls business it was an update on wall street wednesday the dow rose one hundred forty four points the nasdaq gaining eighty eight and the sp five hundred at twenty one i'm cbs three me eighty all just fine casey overnight mostly clear and pleasant with the low temperature at sixty four degrees for thursday certain a he things up mostly sunny warmer breezy with a high temperature at eighty eight and feeling steamy as we head toward the upcoming holiday weekend what to expect when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio right now here at the cbs broadcast center cloudy skies seventy one degrees kyw news time twelve otsu jim.
"mark office" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Trust me you'll get there just don't give up is the point so those brave people said they'll never used the term redskins and then politicians joined in even president barack obama came in and said yeah i know they should change the name it's very very hurtful the addle lisa native american tribes from around the country it came out and said we don't care you've doesn't really bother us of that don't let that's get in the way of facts it was hurtful because harry reid said it wasn't so from that point of view was hurtful and even native americans came up and said i even hurt my face feelings i don't really care but harry reid said it hurt your feelings so it better hurt your feelings are i this is a matter what you think farry read says that it's true so them a government turned rat said okay so you don't want to change the name you don't wanna listened austrian embarrassing she here's will do we're gonna deny you trademark protection so anything you want us sell that has the term washington redskins on it have added but remember anybody can also sell things that say washington redskins hats umbrellas you name hell i guess theoretically i could have my own football team and called the washington redskins skains no you have no way to sue me now because i'm not allow we've a government the obama administration we're not allowing your name to be trademarked as they give through the trademark office the same office that handles patents and that sort of thing and they said listen you know the legal benefits you get with a trademark the power to sue competitors that of infringe on match trademark well guess what it hurts people's feeling so we're not going to give it to you anymore and today that hopefully at the end of this now because that was actually still going on here even though you had an administration change the swamp creatures have betrayed mark office were still there and we're still going after the redskins americans were showing in it was in court and it was a big expensive battle for them they have the money but there was and there was another problem with this two which is that free speech was threatened because of i don't like the name redskins and then i try to say well you don't get any legal protections because i don't like the name.