19 Burst results for "Max Talking"

"max talking" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"max talking" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We have some W T f news. L. A County. You might have heard Danny Max talking about this story Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana. And his wife confronted a home intruder who attempted to kidnap their nine month old grandchild yesterday. And Danny. If I get something wrong, or, you know, something can fill in on this still breaking story. Please do now, according to the L. A County Sheriff's department. Montana told deputies that his grandchild was sleeping in a playpen yesterday when and this is key. An unknown woman. Entered their home in Malibu and grab the child. Montana and his wife confronted the woman. Whom authorities later identified as sod Sai douse. L I don't know if I pronounced that correctly s O D s Tried to de escalate the situation and asked her to give back their grandchild after a tussle and I don't know what a tussle is in this respect. Wife, Jennifer Montana Pride the child out of dazzles arms. And this woman somehow was able to flee. And then they later arrested her. She faces kidnapping and burglary charges, and I don't know how this played out, but from how the story describes it both job, Montana And his wife were there to all I have to ask you as a father. If an unknown person Has come into your house. And picked up your child. How I understand it. My picture in my mind. I understand why Jennifer Montana probably was no better one to approach traffic center Mom, Brian I could understand why Jennifer Montana's probably the better person to approach this woman holding a nine month old child. I get that. If you're trying to de escalate, she probably seems less of a physical threat. But the moment That you get the grandchild back and you have the child safely. There is no way in the world of that woman makes it out of the house much less alive, and I know that's not cool to say. But when a woman comes when a person comes to a house and is trying to kidnap a child or grandchild, you don't get to leave the house. Ever. Yeah, You're getting laid out like a carpet. You're out. The police are coming to pick you up off the ground. If you do make it out the door. I'm still chasing you down the street. I don't know how it played out. I'm saying I don't know, but they arrested her later. I don't know the got a picture of her on, you know, Ah, surveillance camera, and then they did some facial recognition. I don't know. Because she ran on foot. You know, she took off maybe didn't have time to get to her car, so she may not have been hard to pick up. Maybe, but still owe you You're running for your life. And it's a Malibu man, if you've ever been a Malibu There's really no place to go. I mean, the houses are pretty big and spacious, you know, and and it's private access. So it's not like she could just hit PCH, and she's gone, you know, is the typical to get in and get out of those houses in Malibu undetected. I don't know how long she'd been watching the house that way won't know that until you know the coming days or so with like a lot of these stories. I just don't understand how in the world because there was a tussle and I'm not gonna let my wife tussle. With another woman with a child in the middle and may not get in it. I assumed Joe and Jennifer were there at the same time, and I'm not putting any blame on Joe. I just don't understand how it Came out like as soon a cz his wife got, you know. Ah, hold of the baby. You're right there. You're not like several feet away, Right? Observing? Seeing how goes down as soon as you know, you can see. Okay. My wife has a good handle on the baby. It is time for me to come in. And Molly Whop this individual? Yeah, I would have knocked her out. And I'm not saying I condone violence against woman. But this is intruder who might harm to my family. There's a definite No, No, This is no longer a woman. This is someone who was posing. Burke could conceivably deadly threat to my grandchild. Yeah, and no, No, no, You're I don't. I don't care who you are blind, Crippled and crazy. You're going out. If the woman was bold enough to walk into the house, emboldened to pick up the child, you don't necessarily know what that woman is willing to do to the child to help secure her own safety, so as far as I'm concerned She's a deadly threat to someone in my house. And she has to be treated as such. And just because the baby is not in our arms. Doesn't mean that she's going to get a free pass out the door. We'll just call the police later. Oh, no. There's there's nothing I would not do to make sure that she's brought to justice. I'm not going to leave it to chance or even technology. To maybe finder. Yes, it turns out, that's how they found her. I just don't see how she got out of the house unless she had a weapon or something with her. We don't know that as well. We don't know. Yeah. I'm glad it turned out, OK. I mean, this is a weird Newsweek and swallow. I mean, a weird news weekend, and there's off ton of stories had likes Lay on the editing room floor. Because the last time we had even we've been conversing back and forth during the breaks like, okay, I'm going to call it audible here. No football pun intended. You know, we have to deal with the news, which is right in front of us. There were a lot of funny Florida news stories that we didn't touch tonight. It wasn't the right time. You know this is happening in Malibu. We talk about sports all the time. It's not a sports story, but you know it's a story we need to talk about. It is really crazy out there in this world. Is the Mo Kelly Show CAF? I am 6 40 no drama When we come back, we're live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Denny Max, with the news.

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S13E13  Killing an albatross - burst 03

Ubuntu Podcast

02:20 min | 6 months ago

S13E13 Killing an albatross - burst 03

"The the the storage which it comes with sixty four gigs of? Storage by default. Is Actually replaceable Oh so you can swap out for a different cod and sole some. Suggestions of different things that supported confronted. Lincoln Riley, but we'll find that I'm putting the show nights. But yeah, so he's actually. SORT of mandible modifiable tablet, which is something we tend to say now. It's kind of a neat concept. The Pine people have doing. Quite a good job and they've got a relatively niche market, but they do a really good job full that nation mock. You pulse. Talk from strength I. GO I. Go Bug filed this morning against one of my touch-ups which I don't even think I could any all. Asking for I was which played ambient music, so you could fall asleep to remember that. I'm someone asked if I if I could the timer? The Max talking to three hours, and they also could be might up two hours because they have the baby. Fall Asleep with that. And I feel archive. Changed makes me perspective, but how do I build the APP additional now? I'm not sure the. Software could click -able. which uses Daca to build on of I, click? Dr Suspect. Yes, so yes, the the point is nobody extreme. Howard's that I'd have to set you all opera car They age great. She still Gary. Yeah Martin. That's something else for my point. Sixty four is lot, isn't that? Yes, we were just talking about all of their devices and launching a new community edition of the Pine Phone, which comes preinstalled with Post Monkey Os. Yeah, so this is something which we've mentioned really briefly on the show before it's it's a learning situation based on Alpine which I think their ideas for it to be super minimalist, and then you can plug stuff on top of it very easily. What is this running? I mean. Alpine is obviously like the you know the lyrics underneath, but what's the UI? They've gone with I'M GOING TO PRONOUNCE IT, sh! But this is the the GNOME shell based you I by periods of

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

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"I'm someone asked if i? If I could the timer? The Max talking to three hours, and they also could be might up two hours because they have the baby. Fall Asleep with that. And I feel archive. Changed makes me perspective, but how do I build the APP additional now I'm not sure the. Software could click -able.

"max talking" Discussed on X96

X96

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"max talking" Discussed on X96

"X. ninety six again right now between these two songs find X. ninety six I came at this this is you sure it lacks Jacksonville all right you know video from hell X. ninety six all right well with all this H. B. O. Max talk and.

"max talking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"max talking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Week in the features section about keeping your digital world private here to talk about them technology editor Jeff muskets and there really is as you guys play out in the magazine a tech backlash going on we've seen those big taxi as hold up on Capitol Hill again tells about the coverage and how you approached it that's right so if you've been paying attention last couple months you probably gotten sick already the kind of buzz word contraction tech clash but it's used to describe the sort of general surgery of the past couple or a couple three years against what's perceived depending on your political affiliation or your particular interest in the sector as I am you're too much power these companies have the biggest tech companies have to either decide you know with new information role seeing or how much market power they have there's a growing push among wider range of groups that have been active until recently to challenges companies that you trust grounds right it's something we also see kind of Congress coming together both Democrats and Republicans voicing their concerns and one of the stories I think that's really fascinating is is really a first person story by Max staff get right talking about setting up his own private email server all what Hillary Clinton tried to do and got a lot of heat for doing it's not so easy to do that's right when when Max academy over the winter with this page for setting up his own private email server and worse I was one of the people who is he describes in the stories kind of stared blankly but I was also into enough to do that well right exactly you know privacy hawk myself and so I had thought more than once about trying to to get off of his email screen but unless you're incredibly technically inclined from bears I am not it's it's pretty difficult but folks like helm that start at that Max talk to for the story right you now so your package for a five hundred dollar server that you know after your free they'll run for you for a hundred Bucks here to and and made it to kind of alarmingly easy to to get off the the email great per se and make it so that only Max Afghan not common and its proprietary server or really controlling or have access to these emails but it's not so easy right because he had some trouble with I think was it emails either getting out or coming in I mean it's not a perfect world when you try to get off the G. email great this true the the big downside he found and it is a big downside is that often the messages were you know were delivered day they would be marked by email particularly as spam and sent to the Tracy's spam folders and so it it takes a fair amount of work to sort of warm up your inbox so that other more established email clients will trusted and and access for submit that yeah for for the most important emails you still using female and one other side that he found out ray he realized he was kind of censoring when he was using Google and G. email now that he was kind of censoring either his searches or what he wrote an email because he was a he had an awareness for you all that information back to Google absolutely as this big revelation the course of reporting strain and trying to set was recognizing the the many ways big and small in which he was sort of choice behavior based as you say on just the knowledge that it was being read by someone I have to say all of these stories are mysteries and let's get to the core cover story Jill Stein really trying to protect his his CDS and he went in search of gadgets but he had also become private before you go search for those privacy gadgets that's right yeah judge overlay took this concept to eleven we asked who sort of one it can you build us a list of all the sort of gadgets available to try and take back your privacy from Silicon Valley and and he did all once but again it was an easy right it's it's true what he found after painstakingly going the trouble of making sure that Silicon Valley be so kind of companies can even track sort of the purchases you was making he assembled a collection of tools to protect his identity including and one of the more terrifying uncanny valley masks senior life and kind of put it all on at once and and went to the store and and was successful up until you know split second when you realize that you eat there is a hole in his defenses and and yes he had indeed been treacle say from reading the store to I didn't realize and I I kind of a mystery to make a list of all of the services that are out there that if you really do want to kind of scrub your digital life away I mean they're out there yeah this is the kind of thing that had been available on sort of the the outer fringes of the technology industry for a long time but it's certainly gained a lot of cachet and that the past two years I'm curious to when you guys are putting together this coverage is I always imagine so the conversations that you have in the newsroom like what were you all focusing on because as you said we've all been over the last couple of years you know we got used to the taxi is going up to Capitol Hill and you know taking questions you know about their privacy you know about privacy concerns in their collection of data but I'm just your sense of the conversations you guys had the newsroom well as you can see from the bounce of package the priority was to try and make it accessible to people in any media in a way that unit selling this was music and use as opposed to you know it your point that sort of analysts meandering back and forth on on Capitol Hill in we thought it was important with the feeling story particularly date to give people sense of the greater context of how we got here and it's certain sense of the immediacy of of the promises stands now it's the it's the news is to the three pieces but by large yeah we wanted to talk people through approaches that are available for them to take if they're and they're looking to to fight the tech yeah did you check out the cover which you can do on the newsstand are checked online because it's a little scary at all I'm gonna say the word Jeff muskets and you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek next.

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"max talking" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

17:27 min | 1 year ago

"max talking" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The some flowers in those will make sure now I'm we choose yes Max talking in my sleep at night crazy and I know that you triple XL two point seven kiss FM this is the kiss mix your own the kiddies control one is two point seven this is the the Hollywood Bowl and see Jurassic Park caller wanted to right now for tickets eight out of five two oh one eighty seven good luck uhhuh the kiss anything so two point seven you Adrian are you addressing park fan the next in the come out less and guess what you to see the original Jurassic Park at the Hollywood Bowl with an orchestra performing that and meeting John Williams for I can't wait thank you so much I really really really.

"max talking" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"max talking" Discussed on Pop Shop

"That's I very I mean like that was a very effective marketing campaign because I remember very vividly. I googled and found I did a story when the trailer hit about the sales surge the song had just because it was so affective. I must have just started here. Then interesting well to me now now took up hair the impact of guardians on the track which I think to a lot of younger people probably didn't know what the song was neighbor discovery in it for the first time in two in two thousand thirteen. The song had just one hundred and eleven thousand on demand. Streams in the US both audio and video combined into dozen fourteen that jumped to nineteen point five million well, and in terms of sales it sold nineteen thousand downloads in two thousand thirteen and then jumped to one hundred eighty one thousand into those and fourteen so clearly guardians helped hooked on a feeling just a Scottish coach. And then of course, the guardians of the galaxy movie soundtrack itself would top the billboard two hundred chart that same year two thousand fourteen thanks in part to it featuring hooked alongside a bunch of other classic oldies as heard in the movie, so there you have it forty five years ago this week before it became a galactic sized hit again blue Swede's hooked on a feeling top the hot one hundred chart. Already. Any partying words eighty that is just such a good soundtrack both of them. Both the guardian. Soundtracks are just so good. I went to Disneyland recently and California adventure the sister park across the way, and there's an entire ride called guardians of the galaxy mission breakout where you are on a mission to break out the guardians of the galaxy from From a. a museum of the collector and each each. It's basically it's brand new rider to take over another. I took over the tower of terror drop ride. You say, Ooh, I don't do. Well on those. Yeah. I mean, don't eat before you go on it. However. It is a ride where you are. Okay. Each each each ride. Is different. Every time you go on it. So the right sequence in terms of the draw that little bit different the, and you see the guardians like doing stuff inside there, and that changes depending on the ride and the music is Tiffany time. So when the ride starts could get hooked on a feeling you could get Jackson Five song, you could get some other like a song used in the movie and these count toward the billboard charts. Right. Know we haven't expanded stream we haven't expanded quite that far. But I wrote the ride twice two different rides to different songs sizes, and you're laughing the entire time because you're watching like Chris Pratt. Like, you know, do pratfalls with a monster set to hooked on a feeling. That's awesome. Anyway, that was crazy side tangent. It has to do with music and the charts. I am fascinated by. I've had I've had a song from this land that was playing a parade or fireworks thing all weekend. It's not even a hit song just something they wrote for it. And it's been an earworm suck. My head. Everybody ears on. Good. No, no, no, no one knows it, except if you've been to the park, you know, 'cause you walk down the damn park with is that available online. Can we go out on that song? Please. It is always forget the name of it. It's I think it's by the d- d compressors. I think the name of it everybody. Put your ears on put your ears on anything by the us compressors. If it comes up. Yes. The D impress compressors. The song. It's a good time. It's a good time. We'll go out on Alan. Okay..

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"max talking" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"max talking" Discussed on Pop Shop

"So as Keith mentioned, we're going to talk a little bit about some sad music news. Nipsy hustle was fatally shot outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon. He was just thirty three years old to others were also shot before a suspect fled sources LAPD told billboard on Sunday, the law enforcement officials could not immediately release their names, they confirmed that the other two victims are in stable condition and saving on the LAPD HQ Twitter account on Sunday night said at approximately three twenty pm. There was a shooting reported in the area of slauson avenue and crunch boulevard. Revictimizes were transported to a local hospital where one was pronounced deceased the rapper opened that LA store that he was shot outside of in two thousand seventeen he released his debut full length album victory lap in two thousand eighteen and the album was nominated for best rap album at this year's Grammy awards, but anyone following music knows that he's been around for at least a decade releasing MC. Tapes and that was just his debut album official full as project last year proper studio album, he had lots of mixed tapes actually, charted with a couple of them before victory lap. He didn't have a lot of major chart success victory lap. I think debuted in the top five on the billboard two hundred chart, but in terms of singles casual pop fans may not be able to name a track. Right, but hip hop heads. Oh, we're all about nipsy. And and also his very compelling story. Like he was a former gang member who now is reinvested in the community. And he was supposed I guess have a I t today he was supposed to today meeting Monday. He was supposed to have a meeting with. I think people at the police department of talk about kind of youth how to get the gang violence, and how to get the kids away from gangs and get them involved in other things and destroy sold. The LA times that they are treating it. Like it's gang related the shooting right now. So absolutely just just I mean the stories that. We've been reading have been so positive about him and how he's helped Los Angeles in the community, including you know, he'll reach out to a family if their child is killed and pay for funeral arrangements for them just out of the blue. He's also opened a series of businesses. Not just the clothing store. I believe there was a barbershop and something else. I can't think of right now all within the same within the community, and he gives jobs to people including homeless people who need a job and trust people who aren't giving a shot and are given a chance, and yeah, it's just devastating. So having said all that. I know Keith, you know, it's after these tragic deaths happen, we take a look at like a lot of fans mourn via music. So are we seeing an uptick in sales nipsy, and maybe even his albums could be on the charts next week. Yeah. I mean, I did a story on a Monday based off initial reports to Nielsen music. Basically showing that he had a big gain in sales on Sunday afternoon and evening as fans essentially turned to I tunes and Amazon to purchase his music and to sort of memorialize him in that fashion. And also, maybe a lot of people were perhaps sampling has music for the first time in buying it for the first time, or maybe they just wanted to pay tribute that said sales of his music both songs and albums combined increased by two thousand seven hundred seventy six percent in the United States on Sunday. Again, according to those initial reports combined his songs and albums sold about fifteen thousand copies on Sunday, which was up from like, you know, a negligible amount of a rather little amount. The the day before will we see impact on next week's charts. I assume so probably a lot on the rap charts in the army hip hop charts as for the billboard two hundred. I don't know exactly what. Victory. Lap might end up. I assume that if people continue to remember him through streaming especially which I assume will probably be a big number. We'll see the album come back to the charts next week. Stay tuned. Of course,.

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"max talking" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"max talking" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Three. On with. Mario Lopez Friday night at eight o'clock. It's Mario Lopez tamper, sixty minutes of nonstop music. So keep it locked on by effect. Los Angeles won four three. FM? Guess it's true. Among good. Still need love. Justin. Let's nervous seem to go. I don't want you to who you hope. Shoot. Maybe. Pardon? Snow? No, it's not a good look. Himself. So it. Oh. Variety. Four three FM NS. Joey. Who? Max. Talk. Free movie Fridays with Adam tickets is here they want to give you three movie tickets attacks sunset eighteen am one your chance to win four three. I was. Yeah. We've been. John. Now is the baby. Nine. Maybe he's six forty five maybe umbrella. For the last time. I'm john. Taking this better. Go. Over the limit. I don't play when it comes to my heart. Carrie? The cat..

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"max talking" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on Mixergy

"I think it was like max talks hacks was my original site that I posted to my ridge, my own content, and then I would crowd source content from other people, I would publish the summaries from the presentations from the conferences something lived on afterwards. So that picked up after the New York conference started make money off meet ups somebody came and said, hey, you should run like a meet up around this. We we would sponsor remember made seven K off my first meet up profit five K off my second one damn should do this in every city every month. And this is you at first let me pause you or. Organizing a meet up in a city, you get a handful of people show up there all the right people so sponsors willing to pay the sponsor gets the opportunity to tell people about their software which people like because they're here because they like, and they have a couple of great speakers. You're starting to make seven K five K, you say we should do this in every City, New York, and San Francisco came first for the then you don't say I'm gonna hire a team of people who are gonna put these events together in every city, you do what said so I actually I just outsourced. Basically, I found a local somebody in every geo and was basically like here's how it's gonna work HQ. You know is gonna make money and sell sponsorships, and you get the branding recognition locally as the person on the ground in that city. And so we start where we ended up in thirty two cities her meet ups and it's youth selling sponsorships and thirty two cities. Yeah, I mean, we do like logo sponsorships. Okay. But then if you're in a local city and the founder or the speakers, they are in a local city. I could understand them saying I'm gonna sponsor this offense. I get an opportunity speak in that people talk. Me afterwards. Someone sign up when they're in San Francisco, but the event is in Tallahassee who's promoting the sponsors software there MS ability in the in the host has to say, thanks to our sponsors. And we sent out sign so we would have pop banner. Okay. This is what you do. You are good at systems like this the whole structure of my outline for how to do this. Here's how control people remotely when you're getting a lot of different people. Dozens all at once who have no reason to listen to other than they respect you. What are some of the mistakes in flaws at happened? What we should we ran this for like a year year, year and a half or something like that. No. We realize juice wasn't worth the squeeze. So. At first it was pretty profitable. Then things got more saturated. Everybody was doing meet ups again the starting like phasing out of these in person events for profit. But we realized is I'd have to pay taxes on every state that we did a meet up in. So next thing, you know, the the money it costs for the account to do the taxes in that location. Plus, the the, you know, the tax Bill you had a paper city, just like contemplated not worth it. I'm shocked by that. If you've used event bright, would you have still had to pay taxes on it? Or is there service on you? If you make money in an event in that state, you have to pay taxes in that state. Like, if you're an NBA basketball player, you have to pay taxes in every state where you're making money, and there's no online like ticketing system, the pays that for you the handles it. They can't. Wow, you got to file in every state. Wow. We so how much it cost you to taxes at that point. Get it was he stayed at. Yeah. Exactly. So okay. Not worth it. The the. Second thing that became not worth as we couldn't control the quality is much would alike. So I remember we had a big conference in New York coming up and a potential sponsor went to our London of in a London meet up and then the next week. We thought he was gonna close to sponsor New York event for like twenty five K, and he said, yeah. Didn't like the quality of the meat up knocking to sponsor a conference..

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"max talking" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Hello, everyone. This is David sparks joined by my pal Katie Floyd. How are you today? Katy? I'm well, David. How are you? Good. We've got to the end of another month and we've got a whole bunch of feedback and other stuff on our minds. So it's time for another plus you ready? I'm Harry ready. I always look forward to these shows, but I want to get an update before we dig in and talk about what's on our mind. And this is probably on your mind. You just got back from MAC stock. So I want to hear about that and hear how things went. Max talk was great. Katy I, I hadn't gone. I'd been hearing about it for years. A bunch of our friends have been going. The whole thing started with berry wanting to do a barbecue in his backyard, and it turned into a conference from there. Everybody excuse my voice. I'm sorry. I am dealing with something right now. I guess hopefully it'll get better as the show goes on. But anyway, so I went to Eleanor for the weekend and it was a really fun trip. It wasn't too long, just long enough. There were some great speakers there. It's a. It's a really nice venue. It's a lot like MacWorld in terms of the people there, but it's also a lot different and it's a lot smaller right than than MacWorld are we talking a couple hundred people or even that I never asked for the total number of people there, but it looked to me like it was under two hundred, whereas MacWorld was like twenty thousand or something like that. It was just crazy. I don't think it was that big, but it was. It was several thousand. No, it was like up in that neighborhood when you add it, you know. Think back to the heyday with those big exposition halls, them all the people going through there. It was massive but the, but anyway, max talk is more intimate, which is nice because everybody gets to know each other. You know, one of the things I noticed when I first walked in the door was there were a bunch of people there that I have not seen since the last MacWorld you know is thinking about like Wally and Wendy Schiller Wenski and some of the other folks kind of in the old MacWorld gang. They were all there and that was really great catching up with them. But equally great was I met a whole bunch of new people, many of which were Makarios us listeners. And of course, the first thing they always say is number one, why? Why isn't Katie here when he Katie. So in fact, I it started to make me feel bad about myself after awhile. I gotta tell you kitty, and the second question was, do you have a sticker? And I give away a lot of backfires stickers, so it was fun. Well, that's good. The they have great speakers. Many people that we know were they're speaking and it was just really wonderfully done. But to me the the real thing about it was a social element. All these people that love apple technology getting together for a weekend, like for instance, they they everybody lunch together everyday, which is not something we macaroni and I thought that was great because you could kind of move around the room and get to know people, you know the whole time, I was learning things from people all over really the the world were there, and it was just a lot of fun..

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"max talking" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Books whatever happened to free work free work is it's something still consider a i might do i talked with publishing house recently about it as an idea of like you're basically creating the door of your choosing the one that you want to walk through you create the opportunity rather than trying to get your foot in the door you create the door in the kick it at and that sort of the concept buying the book and i just didn't feel super enthused about it as i was explaining it to them as like yeah just don't you know like i kinda said what i needed to say when i wrote recession proof graduate and maybe i'll retitled that at some point so it can you know feed a broader audience but at this point it's not so front of mind for me it's always a good test of like how does it feel to tell somebody about this book idea yeah exactly so thank you so much charlie for coming on the show then should buy it away and play for a living recession proof graduate is there anywhere where you would like for people to find you yeah you can sign up for my email list charlie home dot com i don't email super often but i try and hit people up with value and when i whenever again in of course on amazon and i also am head of video for a company called booking a box we help authors who have people we help people who have an idea and just don't have the time or the patience to sit down in right out the entire book we help them with that process and longtime listeners have heard tucker max talk about booking a box right here on the show so that all of that out again thank you so much.

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"max talking" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on First Take

"Good to see you yeah you like that interview you watching believable who stole the show look new molly i'm going to give them the acts of there with you what exactly is going on here with what garrett saying jason garrett's just telling everyone stop overreacting to dak prescott year last year he's a second year quarterback who by his own standards struggled he was better than many quarterbacks and the ad can still take dak prescott a bunch above a bunch of guys who started last year he had it he was a fantastic rookie yet a good second season he will get better he's very young he's a special player and hey everyone calm down that's really what he's hitchhikers guide to the galaxy stephen a smith which i read my daughter esther not long ago the things that recommend it or the fact that it's slightly cheaper than its competitors and that big bold friendly letters is printed on the book don't panic well that's what gary is saying your dose of first of all max let me take a pause until you so proud of you right now most what a wipe from is because you actually brought up your daughter without bringing up coach mackey i'm so proud coach mac you who i mean not grown a love up that he's really james naismith in disguise the way max talks about that guy greg went into a steady but this is no problem but let me let me get back to jason garrett and what he said i have no problem with what he said but i'm going to defer to your expertise along with your pompoms the blow white bombs you wherever legislation so it's you rings go with three of them here's my three of them absolutely is the issue i think what jason garrett is saying without saying it is without ezekiel elliot what did you do and i think ultimately that's what this comes down to now you could call that throwing shade or bringing into question you know bring it into the equation question marks trepidation or whatever but in fairness to jason garrett in all seriousness those are legitimate questions you are ricco coach you watch this team plummet wants zeki elliot went down.

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"max talking" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on TechFan

"Right so what do you do if one of your drive fails you pull that discount you slide a new disc replacement disc in and it automatically rebuilds the data on the new drive yep so rate is the way to go if you want to really store your data make sure it's safe locally on your hard drive you you're just not going to beat raid so thanks to mac sales dot com out of uc for sponsoring this episode of tech fan speaking of odbc it looks like they're going to be sponsoring max talk again this year it's my understanding max talk of course is going from july twenty first and twenty second unfortunately david won't be there this year which still kind of breaks my heart i really feel about it well no one hundred twenty six days away it's not a long time david this year not look last this is the fourth mac stock i've been to everyone i was involved mac stock before most people knew what that was guy searle has also been involved with every max talk no i did the round table for the first two years in last year guy throwing i got together and we did the my met quiz and it was pretty successful i think you were there david it was fun but i you know i told mike potter he's the guy who runs max talk his podcast is for mac is only and you'll hear quite a bit from him on the latest my back podcast as well if we're going to do it again in a hit every intention to but i just felt like it needed to be tweet i like the game show concept but i didn't like.

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"max talking" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"For bowl ring over that timeframe because kaufman one two and two super bowl rings over the last thirteen years same as the new england patriots so you know and that's going on and on today about bill bella tech drafting genius in the last five years forty players crafted by bilbao check back players that are on the new england patriots until one harmon and james white that's all he's got the show for forty draft picks and five years and we got guys like mac talking about his draft teenagers and we talk about we got max talking about he always makes them move one year ahead of time and bill ballot check get value for us players he got nothing for salter and got nothing for jamie collins a fast bound nothing what are you guys gonna wake up this is a guy who cost his team all personal vindictive and all you do is throw platitudes talking about he's the greatest coach in the history we're not gonna apologize to that from this respect ultimately you're giving us inside information when you sit up there and you talk about the personal vendetta well we have to go on his demands record personally speaking i'm disgusted by what he did to malcolm butler i think that regardless of what anybody says that's gonna come back to haunt bill belichick i really truly believe that if it hasn't already but i will say this i can't ignore the record since two thousand caulton and i think you want you ask us to do that on too many occasions i can't do that.

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"max talking" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Drifting off his turned blankly at the wall is the so dot com you know we produce live alive those are white ta club com we're all of our online content is much like a swipe you can watch all the programme we have here live my life little clips and blips tom let you know what what we think you're coming out of hand at this plant so we were just talking about blow haas who started where your check knowledge started new company called gala pharmaceuticals max raymond maksoud max scream unreal max is the ceo of the gala pharmaceuticals their stocks symbols g l p h g l p h he was born in pakistan in a middle class family happy as an agricultural chemistry from agriculture university in peshawar peshawar pakistan and he joins us here on skype max talk during one out of ice western analysts this is really the intersection of science agriculture and really a new medicine because until the last couple of years people didn't even think of cannibus as anything other than a cycle psychotropic drug and now suddenly it is where east meets west in its millions reducing everything from inflammation too true app electric seizures talk a little bit about it so really great comment on this clinton and um you know in the nature has actually solution for everything that it look for and cannabis is one of a one of the plan that actually has been doing barrels uh and and it seems to be there are so many testimonials and they're so much research that people are doing and it uh it continues to surprise a lot of us uh that death the chemical compositions in a compounds are actually supporting uh of better health and that helping people with different dan ones you know when you're starting out and when you were saying agriculture in pakistan was this even on the radar at that point maps not at all.

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"max talking" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on WEEI

"The court match brought that up uh either in that interview or later on in another interview that i saw that he did on channel four last night with paul burton but um match brought that up and the thing is if you look at it there were black players on the good black players on those teams in the 80s but you're right the face of the franchise was larry bird he was the white guy and kevin mckay was the second best for you angelo scrap right right but there were robbers harish there were robbed a paradox right there was dennis john j we can go through the list and later warned quinn bucknor it we can go through the entitled but in los angeles even though they had reimburse they had other white players who's is the face of the franchise was barca it was magic johnson so the face of the franchise like anything else people look at the cover the outside the exterior nobody's looking inside and i think you nailed it i think that's exactly what it is that people right now and it has a lot to do with where they are in their life stay chronological age some of them can remember this stuff from the 80s people are passing it along but people are not passing along the information to the 50s in the '60s when red are back really was opening up the doors for african americans in the in the nba irun any heart say this today because i agree that read only cared about one thing and that was when max talked about that on on your show hillock everybody put five green guys out there all he cared about was winning but that was exactly the purpose at the time it was not looking at the color of the skin of an individual he was looking at the ability of the player which is what it's all about the ability of the individual we're not going to look at the exterior going to look at what that person could bring to the table and the thing is with with rhetoric any art said yeah but it was easy for him because he was winning while they won eleven out of 12 years in a row they won the.

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"max talking" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on First Take

"Bob all of israel i think that he's honest i think that he's counterproductive sometimes i don't agree with everything i genuinely like him i just don't like some of the things that he does and i don't believe that you have to like everything about somebody just in order to light them i actually like him i just think this sometimes he's beyond obnoxious and i think he's counterproductive not just two you know year primarily to his side because it's certainly not counterproductive to the ball a brand because certainly his mission is to get them recognition and acknowledgement and certainly he's pulled that all put in the end what it comes down to the recall out who i have profound respect for the stamping gun these are the world the steve kerr's at a world there to be respected but you've got people trying to tell the media how to do their business but these are the same folks in terms of the league the league that they represent that's profited it's daily well off of the media and i just think that we got a recognize quickly guys editorial discretion will means you're saying well you talk about it all but there is limited time if you talk about one thing you're making a choice to talk about that instead of something else even on a slow newsday and in that way discretion is important because we signal what we believe the consumer will be interested in and we're not always right and that can become a selffulfilling prophecy they become interested in it there following it because we continue to talk about it so there that is a legitimate conversation to be had has it become so trivial that we should no longer be paying attention to it and we're having that conversation hell no it's not trivial to set a he just said that he's not going to launch those gonna bills and all three sons that's relevant as you just heard guys gregg popovich things america has a lot of work to do when it comes to racial inequality max talk to me about pops comments on black history month specifically.

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"max talking" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"max talking" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"But until you yeah i'll tell you one thing if one guy behind me says sit down i am going to drop then i like about iraq syria syria's wanted people on their forever beyond their feet died at the very least on third down you get off your asses the new cheer your ass off some guy says sentence with two ask john some guy called robert lucero says john some guy called the stephen a smith show before the year predicted ten wins out of the rams and stephen a asked if he was drunk there you go st louis area so even a at the rim that did not right about everything the the rams can he's out right about everything one hundred percent of the time you're don't want to say that on espn oh god you're right would what i will say this lastly oh i wanna make an and don't already i didn't meet and i'm looking reins to the camera and i'm a huge natural wants some nagin enemy out of time now have retract would i go wrong you've done nothing wrong i back i retract everything that i've shared about steven you're not allowed to seize are 100 percent right 100 percent of fatal this company what ceremony argues look mack we can't even get a second producer rachel orangeish show aired the max kellerman has gone to first take a we've never had them back on the show oh he would come on i thought this year i yeah i mean i it w we should bring max on those near the difference between measure really golden days when the afternoon show is good in and you know the difference is the differences on our show yeah versus first stake we'll max talk nitrile you'll get awarded yet set that up one day kellerman on the show remember the good old days maksim are sell us every voted mix met miss max but there you go i i actually do.

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