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"mazuz" Discussed on Spoon Mob
"As the restaurants but Dare tommy would have been to make food sexy in like what it means to be excited. You know maybe push the envelope of what you can get away with. And unfortunately i feel when i worked for like this. This city wasn't quite ready for the food scene that it is now. Jeff mathis again. He gave me the opportunity. My first executive position was that. Reo spanish tapas. And are springing. I threw were heybeliada is now i think doing weekly meetings you know meeting subject mathis hurt to appear to saw hell serious. I took the number. It's in the bottom line and i'll embraced the inventory program. A girl that were taught me how to do formulas on excel in pretty much like self thomas how to make these inventory spreadsheets like basically what is corporations are paying thousands and thousands of dollars to for these people produced fervent form. I was doing on an excel spreadsheet and tying all of my recipes and everything that my inventory through customers much tradition. My new costs. So i got super door like that aspect of cooking but again like i said like when i was younger i hated learning in school but as an adult hungry for information at hungry to learn to continuously learn Would you bounced around all the different restaurants that you worked at. You have to as a chef just to learn more but were you specifically looking at each place. Like what can i get knowledge wise from there or was it just people would reach out to you be like. Hey we're opening this place where we have a spot on the team here. You know we can pay a little bit more than you're now like. How did each stop decide. That was the right fit for you. It's kind of again like a learning thing if i wanted to do Tickets usha. i took a break for your rigs these. I wanted to spend one year. Where news financially and a good spot record. Just be an hour research navy. Pick up a couple odds in jobs. Like when i wasn't working at reach these but that was kind of my lasts hourly position in i wanted to learn from one of the best sets the city in the time of just seem like for example like the personal work for dollar for him for a year and it was amazing again. I met a lot of really awesome. People that i cherish their friendships till this day. The store north still that like old school like everybody came from the birds. The gallery hops really just beautiful in the restaurants food like rigs fees and bergen room so many awesome places the Gone that was definitely one of the more calculated. Things did financially taking a risk not being on salary and not getting these benefits if you get when you have those physicians. But i was just really really wanted to learn from one of the best and i value that here that i spend with them and then it was back to the grind like focus of my career at that point. I wanted to be an executive chef. Not thought derek. Michael was going to be the guy to help get there and he was an executive chef. Every since after i f- i looked borrow kind of sell the writing on the walls with the investors in kind of financial things that were going on there like i need to get out of here so i want to taste hospitality. executive Grill the first year. It opened. I didn't open hubbard grill on bengals. Did but i took over because he was going to go. And mezro dublin We've got best new restaurant. Twenty eleven might my brother. jermaine was really awesome. Great experience again. I'll still in short order to seem so much different For the growth whatnot feel trainer. Who owns hospitality. Kind saw the talent Direction i quickly took over grill and asked me to go to mezro and kinda fixing help. What's going on up there. So luckily i had spent so much time with the talion food with the abroad. Chee doing meanchey. That italian food is just kind of my thing at that point my career so i spent a good five years off and on as i was promoted to culinary director i oversaw nine operations under that umbrella from catering at a two hundred fifty weddings started a catering business in mazuz. Basement did weddings out corazon within that umbrella. I did pretty much everything under the culinary. Like we had known restaurants we had grab and go restaurants. We had golf clubs. Little turtle gulf club came under the umbrella. Like later in my seven years at company. So i really like self taught slash took everything that i had done in my career did it. Foretaste of the last year or taste is my seventh year with the company i did catering creek side and it just wasn't sex. To be perfectly. Honest i kind of did it because we kept having a revolving door chess out there and it was one of the more profitable. Business is under that umbrella so needed a good person to be running but it was just a nightmare. I hated every every minute of it. I didn't like tasting several answer week for people that are doing weddings. And just wasn't what i what i thought seven years i company. That's right end up in kind of burnt out from cooking. I took a break in kind of retired from being a chef nuts. Megan atta with astra. Upper was She gave me an opportunity to general manager in front of the house. News kinda funny Like sides to that Randomly a craigslist ad for a general manager. In i found the dark is the only from the house Job i ever applied for my resume to daniel. Morris was doing consulting for her and he does he's been consulting throat columbus for years in colorado and he was actually the general manager of a grill in two thousand eleven when i first met him. He told megan at the owner. Like get rid of all these resumes. Like this is your and i think. Just kind of that in morris came across my resume and of the rest is history. I embrace the front of house that. I wanted to work in front of house. Because i had worked with so many shitty from the house. Managers that sit around all day in that shit. They put their feet up on the desk in barely break a sweat and i was like no i wanna prove to myself. I didn't need to prove it. Anybody else that i wanted to prove to myself that i could be a kick ass on. It's funny because megan hired me to takeover asks for sushi could focus on this new concept. That was going to be on the burner building short nor irony side and you know fast forward a couple years. I decided we decided as a group because we knew that we had the brenner building. Short north but we didn't know what the concept was going to be. And i had a huge fashion for traveling to new york city to momofuku on one of my sons in breaks. Assault love I love everything. I saw the different flavors which i didn't even know what mom you meant back in. But it really kind of took my interests and megan and her family from guam. So not only do. They have a lot of like japanese restaurants in guam tourists but most of the time they traveled through japan to get back to the states or hawaii. So they've been eating ramen their whole life so for a year while an percent was under construction. I was practicing roman. Downtime in the kitchen at astra's while is running in front house as the general manager. It's kind of funny that she originally hired a take over but now on you know moving on to take over the beautiful concept in the brunner building so we decided to go with rahm. More japanese focus like i menu. Once cova came we really had to rethink like how we're going to operate this restaurant in pair bills and etc etc Be able to pay staff so we pretty much doubled our menu with you. Know all the things that people would be enticed filed egg rolls and goons fried rice. Just kind of like not the kind of higher and like gumby rice bolts wrong in that like are awesome but might not appeal to everybody and we had tons of success that menu like doubling like we did and one of the really cool things that kobe adverse was like. We have so many regulars that had never even been in our restaurant and then when they finally got backs needed and they're able to come dine in the restaurant like such a rewarding experience for me as a chef. But also i think one of the mazing things about an percent is. It's an open kitchen. I love seeing people take pictures of my food sharing sharing suits and saul plates and stuff. It's just very rewarding for me as shop and never gotten so much gratitude in good reviews in feedback from that percent that haven't tire career and with that being.
"mazuz" Discussed on Teologicamente
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"mazuz" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
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"mazuz" Discussed on Podcast Onion
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"mazuz" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo
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"mazuz" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"RND and research on the Internet and they might proof of concept like one or two solutions and make a decision because they need to move forward so sometimes that bias on the things that do one thing and sometimes they biases on the things that do many things because you needed all those things covered and you get one tool and you invest in that. And it's faster than I'm getting something else. So I think Cooper Netease does more than Mazo said. I don't think anyone would disagree with me on the scope of what it's capable. I love there's more components there's more features. API's and so just from that comparison alone like people would take coober netease because it had more capability and and you wouldn't have to invest as much but if you compare it to something like data center operating system that that measures fear offered Mazuz spheres. Solution had a lot lot of components possibly more than Cubans does internally at least at the time and tried to satisfy more of that so there was there's kind of a step value function in like either. Either you're getting the kernel of your operating system or you're getting like a full operating system where you're getting pro mix in the middle and so if you provide more of the stack in a single solution. It's attractive to people that don't have a solution yet but it's less attractive to people that already have something because it's harder to integrate because it has it's more opinionated so when you talk about cloud foundry or DCIS's opinionated stacks whereas Cuban is of less opinionated and less complete than those full stacks but also offers different value so in terms of whether deserved to win or not. I don't know but I don't think it's super matters. It's what one one in terms of popularity and so what what people are using right. Well one thing. That was interesting if I remember D. C. O. S.. Had a really good story around and we're going to help you get cough deployed. We're going to help you get sparked deployed. We're GONNA help you get. These awesome. Open source frameworks deployed and it turned out that people wanted cloud providers like people wanted like look if you look at cruise infrastructure. You're all in on Google cloud you kinda you want Google cloud sequel. You want the whole Google cloud stack and a lot of people want full. Aws Stack that may or may not have a design opportunity for spark or Kafka or whatever open source source thing you want to install it you kind of want to be all in on a cloud provider in many cases when it comes to compute availability. There's a a lot of cloud providers give you that you can opt in later where you can. You can initially opt into some low hanging fruit like got an infrastructure as a service solution that has compute and storage and networking and then beyond that. Then you can pull things off the shelf that are valued to you and getting on a cloud cloud provider that is a platform itself. Gives you the ability to to pull from the service catalog and that provides value. I don't know that that's like a fault of of Messier's comparing I think Messier's solution was targeting more of the data infrastructure requirements and end people that had on premise requirements. And then there was then later a cloud and hybrid focus as well and not. Everybody has all of those requirements. So will our general approach is like if we can get it for less work than that's what we want to do as long as it satisfies a requirement so we'll biased towards a SASS product if if it satisfies requirements and then when it doesn't will go on premise. We don't have the same sort of data locality requirements that some people have in the EU. And so we don't necessarily need to do all our data processing on premise. And because of that we aren't trying to do hybrid. Ncube Annetta is we have a hybrid network spans multiple clouds and data centers. But we don't have hybrid clusters clusters in individual compute areas doc at cruise. You vetted the different cloud providers you tried the different managed carbonates instances you try and I believe some some of the other ones. You wound up going all in on Google cloud specifically well based off of a lot of Google cloud related services. What what was that? Vetting process like the the cloud provider vetting process. So when I came into Cruz two years ago some Cuban Eddie's it was already in use so I was put in charge of making sure that became a platform that could be used not just a bunch of different snowflake clusters however they were also using or we were also using rancher the one because it was easy to deploy for a small team at the time cruise news has been in hyper growth for the last four or five years or something so the team was much smaller when those choices were made and it seemed like a good idea at the time because it was smaller and we get more bang for our buck and as we acquired more clouds specialists and people who would be on a platform team they came with opinions and investments and ideas about where to take the platform. So we did some investigation of cloud platforms but we didn't necessarily try to audit the whole system. I mean like I had done some of that previous job. Site took that knowledge with me and some of the other people had done similar things. So it's not like we went and did a proof of concept of all of them. We did investigate. Some E KS for example was not really mature enough to us at the time two years ago it was like barely out of infancy. Didn't have any upgrades upgrades. There are a little further along now but they're sort of behind a s and K E and we were using a bunch of aws at the time and we still have some in aws investments. So I wouldn't say we're all in K.. We maybe default decay e sorry all in GDP we default the GP. But we'll use other reese cloud resources that are valuable eligible to us because they're better for some reason and we have the hybrid network to support that and make that possible. I like that approach and I think that's the only they're coming in. I think I've talked talked about that. That kind of platform strategy where you center around one cloud but you keep yourself open to being able to use the other clouds actually. I've talked to number companies. The had this kind of infrastructure but thumb tack comes to mind. I talked to thumb tack about because just because they started on. Aws kind of before cloud was really mature a little bit earlier in the time line crews and they built a lot of their business logic on CBS and then they've built. They used a lot of data platform services on Google. But so you're talking about like cross cloud networking infrastructure across cloud. Whatever tooling what does that look like? How much infrastructure give to put into you having cross cloud functionality a lot so eh blog post recently with Collaborated on with one of the network. Guys a accrues and it turns out that there's a lot that goes into creating hybrid cloud and in ours specifically we had a high bandwidth requirement for getting getting data off the cars into the cloud and so we ended up having to invest in some some private fiber to and some some Internet exchange point of presence so that Whole setup is is pretty expensive and not everybody is doing it but if you talk to the bigger enterprises a lot of them are doing something similar just to get have neck an on on premise and a cloud data and similarly if you're using sort of Iot or edge cloud stanchions yet to have some way to get data between and clouds quickly? So there's there's a lot of complexity that go into setting up the interconnects and routers and the cloud or to connections and managing propagation increasing clouds and then handing out IP force base managing those that kind of thing so the platform team at cruise doesn't do that part specifically who we do that for Ark Guberman. He's clusters but we have a whole other like core infrastructure team that handles a lot of that and then a networking team adjacent to that handle a lot of the sort sort of making it possible for clouds to work together. So there's definitely some some concerns around having to be close to your compute power so your your storage in compute. Ideally you want to be in the same place if they're the same application but if you have other application that doesn't talk to the the you know the main data laker whatever it can it can run somewhere else. Many might have some on premise. Things of czar like big use case I was mentioning. Was Getting data off the car so we have an on premise installation clusters for that. And then they upload into the cloud and then the cloud takes over most of the big processing for compute requirements. Apache.
"mazuz" Discussed on WSB-AM
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S. and this is what there was a per capita could be back in the NFL right now here's a first of all he walked away from ten million dollars he quit he was not fired from the forty Niners that's another thing he should have gone to the to Canada there's no anthem problem as a matter of fact I don't think the plan the American teams right so there's no don't do well and some days of so the Canadian national anthem plays and they changed their national anthem to get more politically correct you should have no problem with it Doug Flutie cut it didn't work out first time around with the patriots in the NFL he went to the CFL and one three gray cops there are a couple of the Super Bowl end up going back the NFL having a decent career Warren moon the NFL it didn't have any interest he went to the CFL for six years and just tore it up and then came had a great career in the NFL for all the reasons if Colin Kaepernick really wanted this career he should of two years ago entered the CFL he would have broken every Colin Kaepernick would be the best player on any team in the Canadian Football League he would have broken every record he would have won what however number many of great cops that he was available for he would if he could have done it your C. high school team has one guy who's the best guy in the field all getting back it's just every place you headed to every play in the in the CFL could have been calling Capranica running until he needed to pass and he would have broken every record and for that reason and being and getting in shape he would have been in the NFL by now then there's an easy strategy to get back in as far as the kneeling if you have smart people around him good advisors are you come back from the Canadian Football League and you don't give up your your beliefs or anything you just have a press conference you say look kneeling was a way for me I felt we need to start a conversation that conversation got going and now we move to the next phase I'm going back to the NFL these are the three programs that I put my name on that we'll be doing community outreach with I've gotten a deal with Roger Goodell that whatever and I'm not going to be mailing anymore because I feel like that got the conversation started what that this was not that difficult and when people I'm sure all the woke warriors online everybody and I can tell he's not going in the right direction because part of the story when I was driving him was a Capper next people say they're going to get a list of which teams attended was still because of dollars had you're obviously a racist organization it could be that you got your perfectly happy with their starting and backup quarterbacks and.
"mazuz" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Put it up there. Exactly as it is off Twitter. I did not crop it to make it look worse than it was. That is his tweet, right? They're worse, by the way in the interest of time. I'm not getting to some of his other tweets which show he's a racist, too. But Carlos Mazza has encouraged physically attacking conservatives. And this is the guy YouTube is taking advice from to get Crowder off the air. So what did you do to Crowder? Well, first, they acknowledged that Crowder, hadn't violated any rules and basically said to Massa. Hey, he listen. You don't like it whatever. Well, of course Google being left, this that they are succumbing to what they think is a powerful man in Mazza who's, who's very weak. He has no power. He has no real power over YouTube left this boy, cuts or a total joke. They caved because there are left to set the company who want to align with left this values, and they d- monetize, this channel now for those of you not familiar with YouTube. And some of our older listeners is important to understand this. Please bear with me. If you're not interested in this kind of stuff, d platforming I get it. Some of our older folks, who aren't familiar with the technology. I'm not a big technology guy either. I sympathize, this is what liberals do. Now. It's called the platforming they go after people who have power over you who, who have a platform for your show, whatever it is Twitter. That's a platform for me. I can send out tweets Facebook. It's a platform. Youtube is a platform for me to put this content on, and they want to d- platform, you or make it impossible for you to earn money on that platform. Whatever you do you. For me, it's more important to get the ideas out there. That's why still recommend and I'll recommend now you subscribe to my YouTube channel Crowder, had fifty two thousand people watching his show yesterday where he bashed YouTube. Now, a lot of videos, we can't make money on some weekend. That's fine. I want the message out there and we're working on plan b now as many other people. But when Crowder was not taken off the channel Mazza complain. So YouTube de monetize him in other words took away Crowder's ability to make money. Now, Mazuz complaining about that. He wants them taking off all together, ladies and gentlemen. This is the tyranny streak on the left I told you yesterday, they have no emergency brake on their behavior. They believe the suppression of oppositional thinking free speech in thought is a good thing, because you remember to them are not a person with bad ideas. You're a bad person with ideas. There's a big difference. I wanna leave this segment with this thought this is important. It's one of the more. Important segments. We've done in a long time, because this the platforming is going to get worse. If you enjoy this show, there is a strong potential that YouTube will pull us down. At some point. That's why we will always keep an audio podcast. I and working on plan b for video, okay, where you can go when YouTube finally gives us the boot, which I'm sure we'll happen. I want you to remember this, ladies and gentlemen, in this power trafficking equation here Mazza thinks he has power. He does not left this boycotts are a joke there by cots they turned into successful business enterprises. There are a joke. You have power to. You listening to this. You have the ultimate power. You can Email you tubes, customer service and tell them channels like this Crowder, Ben Shapiro, whatever, whatever channel, you watch conservative content that you will not be silenced. You will watch these channels. And if these channels go, you're gonna go to YouTube has a premium service YouTube has a premium service that cost a lot of money. You will not subscribe to that service that you could this is a great way to exercise your power to if YouTube continues to silence conservative voices. I haven't talked about it a lot, but they have d monetize Paula gimme a fair estimate. What percentage of our shows you think are D, monetize? How much? Thirty forty percent of our shows, and for no reason, they give you know, reason at all. You can fight back to you have the power will work in on plan b folks, I promise you. All right. I got a lot more to get through today. So when on a little longer than I expected. But it's important K show, also brought you by buddies at brickhouse nutrition, ladies and gentlemen. This is one of the finest nutrition supplements on the market. It's called foundation Vale by brickhouse nutrition, it is creating AT people. And this three things makes you look better makes you feel better makes.
"mazuz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Show. Got a lot coming up for you this hour, a little bit later on in the hour. Ends, you know, journalist and sub editor magazine will join us to talk about an insane situation, that went down at Washington University. Plus judge Andrew Napolitano is gonna stop by to talk impeachment and obstruction of Justice and all the rest of the different perspective than, I think most conservatives have on this particular issue. We begin this hour with a free speech emergency now, listen YouTube Twitter. Facebook, these are all private corporations. They all have the ability to restrict speech on their platforms, but they've also reported to be free speech platforms, a place where anybody can post so long as you're not doing anything. That is truly nefarious inciting violence so long as you're not doing anything that promotes terrorism. So long as you're not doing anything that is outside of the general discourse. If you're insulting, if you make jokes that sort of stuff that sort of stuff is allowed by YouTube by Twitter Facebook, at least that was the promise well today YouTube based. Reversed itself reversed itself by going after a guy with my friends, Steven Crowder's. Stephen is a comedian. That is his job. He does comedy and his comedy is often edgy. It's often racially tinged every time I am on his show, for example. He makes jokes about gold. It's just a thing that he does his lawyer, he calls him half. Asian lawyer Bill Richmond. He describes one of his producers as quarterback Garrett. This is part of his stick. He is. In fact, a comedian think comedians are generally given more leeway to say things that enormous context we would find vile. I would never describe anybody this way because I am not a comedian Crowder. However, is a comedian. Now, this became a topic of conversation because there is a writer for vox dot com, which had a couple of decent people working over vox dot com, and then there are a bunch of really nasty causes over at vox dot com and one of those nasty cusses is gonna Carlos Mazza. I did not intend on piling on Carlos Maza. The reason I didn't intend on pylon Carlos Mazuz, because he had suggested that he was getting all sorts of threats, no one should ever threaten. Anyone incitement to violence is not a thing that anyone should do. Nobody should target this guy. Nobody should be mean to this guy. That's not a thing. Okay. So I'm just gonna put that out there right now. But Mazza who describes himself in his platform, jokingly as a Marxist pig who describes himself on Twitter. His handle is at gay Wong, and who has in his Twitter profile to Tucker Carlson is a white supremacist. He decided that he had taken great offense at the fact that every time even crowd referred to him or one of his videos he referred to him with what I will use. I will say the cue word. Now, the reason that I say, the cue word here is because I don't know the rules change every five minutes. I don't know when the word queer is considered insulting. And when it is not, frankly, I just don't understand the rules. So I'm just gonna go with you, because I don't understand the rules because Mazda himself calls himself queer time, but Steven Crowder called him that joking way. So what Mazar did is he took a bunch of clips of Steven Crowder, calling him the word, and then he proceeded to clip them together and suggest that Steven Crowder was personally, attacking him and hurting his fields. Now are those terms I would use for Carlos Maza. No, I wouldn't. He's a gay guy that only be relevant, insofar as it's relevant to a story, a the comedian, it's what he does is I have pointed out a Carlos Maza was so deeply. Insulted so deeply insulted that he went on Twitter and preceded posted entire thread about how evil it was that Steven Crowder, it all of this stuff, and then call for social media companies to ban Steven Crowder, call for them to take all of Steven Crowder's worked has millions of followers, his videos, get millions of us and Mazda because he's insulted Nakas proper incited violence, not because Crowder, did anything that violates the law. But because Carlos Maza was personally insulted, by Steven Crowder. Steve Steven Crowder said mean things about him. Now Carlos Mazda goes whining to you to why don't they take down his videos and YouTube proceeds to basically cave to Carlos Maza. They said, well, you know, Crowder hasn't violated any of our policies that require us to take down and stuff. But we will g monetize all his videos. Now the way that it works on YouTube is that there are two types of ads their ads that are within programs when I read an ad on the show and then their ads that run before a program. You make a little bit of money as YouTube creator for the ads that run at the beginning of your of your clip. Mahsa dot YouTube to pull the advertising from the beginning of Crowder, slips, did you monetize, his entire channel the entire channel because Carlos Maza was personally offended because Steven Crowder? Call them now this is horsecrap. Yeah. I promise you, I have been called more names than Carlos Maza. And it ain't close, I've taken far more abuse from mainstream media figures than Carlos Maza. And it is not a close call at all. I have never called for anyone to be platform. I've never called for anyone to be monetize. I defended people who differ from me, politically from Alex, Jones, and Milo Yiannopoulos when it comes to platforming all the way over on the left to people like Sarah Jong of the New York Times who wrote anti white racist crap on Twitter. I suggested she should not lose her job. I defended Samantha b from calls for her to be fired after she termed, Ivanka Trump, a feckless seaward, because here's my view. If you don't like these things don't watch them if you're insulted, by them, tough, welcome to being an adult welcome to being an adult grown human being. Who doesn't have to pay attention to insults? Yes, you have a right to get set about it. But does that mean that you get to change the nature of these platforms that we all share together because you don't like what somebody said, that's the way that this is going to work. Carlos Maza went on AM PM today, which the BuzzFeed show, and he then proceeded to explain that all of these platforms basically, our van Crowder, data Ben everybody, who's conservative, who doesn't like, that's the way all of this. Autour censorious left is coming through social media platforms. They are coming for your access to all of the shows that you love, and they're not going to stop there. Here's Carlos Maza making that case today. Steven Crowder, is YouTube ideal crater inmates cheap, long content that some people walk was to he sold shirts on the awkward physicial. If you've been seniors will allow is what an ideal crater looks like and you about caring about people meant to distract appetizers from the fact that they have no annual other platforms, and the people who run as new to our end up having the rats of ear on videos with eight speech. Biggest Raffin afraid people and Marcus eighties. So in response to this YouTube decides we can't ban Crowder. But what we can do is pull down all of his all of his monetization, and the media Sela. Great this. They celebrate this, of course goes on Twitter. And then proceeds to say that Crowder's entire video streams should be pulled down his entire video streams. She'd be gone, not just d- monetize pulled down. Now, let me point out who Carlos Maza is his radical activists NASCAR rating as journalists all of these news pieces, that I'm gonna talk about call him a journalist. He is not a journalist is a radical media matters style activists. How radical is he? He tweeted just a few months, back, milkshake them all about people. He disagrees with milkshake them. Oh, humiliate them at every turn, make them dread. Public organizing so physically abused people. You don't like and there he was appearing on BuzzFeed BuzzFeed celebrating in the Daily Beast celebrating and because they don't like Crowder, and therefore, Crowder has to go by the way, it is worth noting. The Crowder shirt says socialism is her figs, not for the F word that is as slower for gay people. Now, all of this should be deeply disturbing. Youtube is, is moving up its move to basically ban videos, according to the New York Times YouTube announced plans on Wednesday for move thousands of videos, and channels that advocate Neo, Nazism white supremacy, and other bigoted ideologies now they're going to fit a lot in that other bigoted ideology section. They're going to declare everything they don't like other bigoted ideologies. The new policy will ban videos, alleging that a group is superior in order to justify discrimination. Segregation or exclusion, the company said in a blog post, the prohibition will also cover videos denying that violent incidents. Like the nastiest sandy hook elementary took place YouTube, did not name any specific channels or videos that would be banned. But within an hour of YouTube announcing this, they banned an independent journalist who simply didn't interview with Richard Spencer, critical of Richard Spencer. The sensors are coming led by people like Carlos Maza. They're coming for the content that you like. According to the New York Times, the tension was evidence on Tuesday when YouTube set a prominent right wing creator, who used racial language in homophobic, slurs to harass journalists in videos on YouTube did not violate its policy. So here's the way, we're not gonna use the word harass not direct people to harass people not incite violence against people make fun of them. If you make fun of somebody who are now harassing them according to YouTube, this is the way that this is now going to work YouTube was then ripped I love how the New York Times described Crowder. He is a comedian. He does stand up comedy shows his show is a comedy show. They never described him as a comedian because if they described him as a comedian, then they would have to come clean with the fact that YouTube, and the left are perfectly willing to give free license to anybody on the left who calls himself a comedian. Like, for example, here's a montage of comedians ripping president from some of the most vile terminology, any move towards censoring, these folks on YouTube or demonetizing them. If you're Stephen Colbert, you talk, like a sign language gorilla who got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Putin's. Holster. You know, that's a beautiful photo of you and your child. But let me just say, one mother to another do something about your dad's immigration practices you feckless, and obviously, I hope India, and Pakistan, don't go to war. But if they did go to war, it would probably be the most entertaining wolf full-time. Yeah. 'cause Indian soldiers would run out on the battlefield. And that'd be like am forty..
"mazuz" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"This is the Ben Shapiro show that a lot coming up for you this hour, a little bit later on in the hour. Ends, you know, journalist and sub editor magazine will join us to talk about an insane situation, that went down at Washington University. Plus judge Andrew Napolitano is gonna stop by to talk impeachment and obstruction of Justice and all the rest is a different perspective than I think most conservatives have on this particular issue. We begin this hour with a free speech emergency now, listen YouTube Twitter. Facebook, these are all private corporations. They all have the ability to restrict speech on their platforms, but they've also purported to be free speech platforms, a place where anybody can post so long as you're not doing anything. That is truly nefarious inciting violence so long as you're not doing anything that promotes terrorism. So long as you're not doing anything that is outside of the general discourse here insulting, if you make jokes that sort of stuff that's where stuff is allowed by YouTube by Twitter Facebook, at least that was the promise, well, today, YouTube, basically reversed itself reversed itself by going after guy with whom I am friends, Stephen crowd. So Stephen is a comedian. That is his job. He does comedy and his comedy is often edgy. It's often racially tinged every time I am on his show. For example, he makes jokes about Jiu goal. That's just the thing that he does his lawyer. He calls him half. Asian lawyer Bill Richmond. He describes one of his producers quarterback Garrett. This is part of his thick he is. In fact, a comedian think comedians are generally given more leeway to say things that enormous context we would find vile. I would never describe anybody this way because I am not a comedian Crowder. However, is a comedian. Now, this became a topic of conversation because there is a writer for vox dot com, which had a couple of decent people working over vox dot com. And then there are a bunch of really nasty cusses over evokes dot com. And one of those nasty cusses is Carlos Mazza. I did not intend on piling on Carlos Maza. The reason I didn't intend on Thailand Carlos Mazuz because he had suggested that he was getting all sorts of threats, no one should ever threaten. Anyone incitement to violence is not a thing that anyone should do. Nobody should target this guy. Nobody should be mean to this guy, that's not a thing. Okay. So I'm just gonna put that out there right now but Mazza who describes himself in his platform, jokingly, as a Marxist pig who describes himself unto his handle is at gay Wong, and who has in his Twitter profile to Tucker Carlson is a white supremacist. He decided that he had taken great offense at the fact that every time Steven Crowder referred to him or one of his videos, he referred to him with what I will use. I will say the cue word..
"mazuz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The. Book fried passionate and patterns re of college football lives. Here is the Paul finebaum show our one pint cast. Hey, everybody. Welcome into the five Bom show. No, I'm not Paul von ball. I have a lot more hair. And he does I'm Ryan McGee sitting in for Paul today. And I don't know if you all heard, but a there's basketball tournament started today, and I understand it's a really big deal. It's that it's the college something it's like March March mayhem or March wacky nece some like that. Anyway, we're gonna talk about that. Because there are teams from the southeastern conference in action, including this or not here. No coach, no problem. Right. LSU has defeated the BULLDOGS of Yale. They will move on to the second round. Of course, if you've listened to this show or any show, then you know, there's not a head coach there. There's your final score LSU won by five Yale could not have shot the ball worse in the first half. And LSU enjoyed a pretty sizable lead Yale came back for one hundred boisterous crowd down in Jacksonville. And for what also under? Stand the stars of LSU, and they're not full-time head coach at the podium in Jacksonville as we speak into the shooter's making it tough for those guys get to the pain, the second half came out and gave up some easy baskets. But I I give the credit. They're good team. They play a lot of confidence a lot of poise and they made some big shots. They needed to. But we were able to make some free throws down the stretch to enable us to win the game. We got some stops that we needed down the stretch. But we're really really happy to have to win thoughts here. Just reminder, no video on cellphones photos or cool. Let's get some questions for the players. I and we'll get those guys out of here. We'll spend a little more time with the head coach. We'll start here on the right side. And you next her. Jerry Carino from the report press as what was like for you your tournament. Dave, you had it live up to maybe what you dreams your expectations were coming in those pretty tough Haro team that you know, who didn't let up in. They were very very competitive in. You know, that's something you're gonna see throughout the whole March, man. Second row in the left. And then you next, sir. This is for any of you guys after having such a close game against Florida, go the other way, how nice was it for you guys bounce back in crunch time and stave off that push. Jeez. How's Florida game dingo excuse me, the way we wanted to go? But as a team we were able to grow from it and pretty much learn we had to make free throws coach and everything's just fall into place. I. In the oil. Yes, sir. Mazuz that came a little closer than you had hoped. What can you learn from that game that you can take to move on on Saturday and hopefully going forward, I mean, just control you can toll on the temple on both sides of the floor on as as far as the home the whole team, you know, just plain our best going out and playing hard as we can. Go LSU with a five point win over Yale. Like, I told you head into the the brief comments there from the podium that looked like it was going to be a blow out in the first half. LSU certainly showed no signs of any hangover or any distraction because of what all has been going on down there in the headlines Yale played as bad as they can play in the first half, obviously played much better in the second half. But LSU hangs on for that win. They will play the winner of the Belmont, Maryland. Game course Belmont just played their way into that game..
"mazuz" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Shepherd. I think he'd be phenomenal with the patriots. He's on the last year of his rookie contract, and they kind of a wild card. So you catch him at the right time. Maybe. Yeah. Call on Wednesday Friday, he may train them or call them on a Tuesday Thursday or Saturday may just hang up. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So I think they want it probably explore that the trade market and Jordan. I don't know. I mean, Jodi, Nelson thirty three. Because he had a nice moments last year and also could still have something less. But that's that's not really I think that's kind of a backup plan. I think you're better off even if you have to part with the draft pick in trading for younger player who you know, is in the prime of their career. I mean, like we said part of the the issue is the patriots don't have a just a lot of money to spend today. They caught veteran defensive end Adrian clayborn that saved them some money. Can you see any other veterans getting cut in the next couple of days or weeks to again, free up a little bit more money for the patriots or anybody in particular? No, I don't think so because that was going into the office, and it was really Dwayne Allen. You knew was not going to be back on that seven million dollar cap it there's just no chance vet and Adrian clayborn was kind of the second guy that you saw if if money got tight that they would get rid of but outside of him. I don't the other high tap gets on the team are all they're all guys that are kind of necessary. You look like they're not getting rid of Dante Hightower the way he played at the end of last year. And he's able to stay healthy through last year, Marcus cannon had high tap it. But they dos Trent Brown in Isaiah wins coming off in a is injury. So they don't have much during Paco. So you're not cannons unknown commodity not getting rid of him. So I don't know. I looked over there Austrian. I just don't think that that name. There's no one obvious like going Allen or Adrian clayborn left where you look at the cafe and you look at the production. They've had you say, oh, yeah. Yeah. They could move on from that guy. Kevin before we let you go just news that broke this morning Kareem hunt who was waived by the Kansas City Chiefs last year picked up this off season by the Cleveland Browns because of domestic abuse, whatever the case may be he was assaulting a young lady it was caught on video while he's been suspended for the first eight games of the twenty nineteen season. We were talking about this earlier. Kevin it just seems like with Commissioner Goodell. It's like he just throws a number out. There hopes it doesn't get peeled. And then moves onto the next thing. Eight games does that feel about right to you? I think that's probably what people were forecasting. When he initially got caught when he was indefinitely suspended. I don't know. It's hard. I mean Goodell bucket get a lot of criticism, and rightfully so he's pretty inconsistent with alive rulings. But. I don't know the full season. I mean, he he already was suspended toward the end of right last year. Would you suspend them for the sporty to them? Yeah. Look, I. When you look at the crime, you you'd like to like, maybe knocked the guy out yourself. But you obviously, there's a there's a league in place and a Commissioner in place. It seems about right? Sometimes I you know, what I think Kevin jet. There's almost like no right answer here. I would say well that's too much. If you spend it before games, you really deflate footballs assault. The woman problem is we don't know what this Josh Gordon's suspension is going to end up being whatever it is people are gonna obviously you're going to compare it to the Kareem hunt suspension. And so you're going to say if we gets more you're going to say, well, that's absurd. He's a multiple of fee is but at the same time, it's for you know, stuff, I get it. But it is you're told not to do this. It's in the CBS. So I that's where sometimes, but it doesn't matter if it is or it isn't people are going to look at it and say the games for a guy who punched girl in the face for kicked her whatever he did, whatever they do for just Gordon, and they're gonna say to those are too close together. One guy just something far more agreeable. I mean, again, the article that came out on Josh Gordon a year ago where he got behind the wheel intoxicated and was hitting parking meters. And laughing about it that that's pretty destructive to meet him. So look, I'm not trying to be you know. Judge an execution here. But it's just this is Roger Goodell's league. So he does whatever he needs to do. We're going to see what happens with Robert Kraft is going to be some sort of finest suspension for that as well. So we'll see before the other question to Kevin the patriots when they unfurled their championship banner. Who do you want to see them play? It's probably going to be on Sunday night football. Because from what we hearing is Thursday night to kick off the season going to be Packers bears because it's one hundred year of the NFL. So who would you like to see here in Foxborough? I Cleveland now with OB Jay and all that talent. Yeah. Cleveland won everyone's been talking about. And I excuse me for not I spent so kind of you've been stuck and let me give you the it's obviously the three teams within the division, which I don't think it'd be wants to see the dolphins jets are bills, right? I don't think anybody really wants to see the giants. Now not now. Absolutely not. She wanted to stick it in their face and put up your six championship banner, but they do have four to with your expensive. Maybe don't go there. The teams I put out were Dallas, obviously, America's team, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, and Cleveland Cleveland. I that would be so much apps already anointed them as Super Bowl question without question. Yeah. Oh, Indianapolis, Indianapolis is my early Super Bowl pick over the eagles. I'm staying away from lacquers. I figured don't pick the Packers. Maybe they'll show up one year. Yeah. I like to call it. Yeah. I would rank those potential opponents as and I would say the the likelihood of it is probably one Cleveland to Kansas City. Three indianapolis. Kansas City would be Kansas City. Patriots is awesome. Yeah. The last the last two games the chiefs in patients have played with both incr- championship games. I think of ballot check Brady era still recovering from it. Yeah. Yeah. But the round just have so much momentum in terms of like, I think nationwide scandal. My people are just going crazy right now for the potential of that offense with Baker Mayfield and OBI, Jay. And Nick Charles and Jarvis Landry. People are saying that they're going to eclipse if she says the best offense in the league. So I think that would be. Yeah. And that would be fascinating match up. Because it's totally new also I mean, I'm not saying America would get sick of watching the features and cheese, but they did see two additions of that last year. Yup. So if you wanna bring the Browns in here, and they've got a lot know Freddie, kitchens first game as full time head coach. And and I mean Baker Mayfield is probably considered one of the rising stars in the league. Absolutely brady. I think that you really can't go wrong at the Browns patriot. Yeah. That's my vote. Cleveland Browns get him in here on for Sunday night of the season. Kevin Duffy patriots beat reporter for the Boston Herald follow him on Twitter at. Kevin. Art duffy. Kevin. Thanks so much for joining us get some rest and study up on these guys Ellington, Harris, whoever. Inherit. Yes, I'm a big. I'm a big candidacy player. So I'm going go any skill position player. I'm good honest when they signed guys like Terrence Brooks, the special teamer from the jets, then some trouble. I gotta get some research scouting. Yes. Yeah. I'm I'm I'm Maury terrorism. Bruce, Christian Burgoyne are St. mobile producer said that MAURICE Harris is going to the Pro Bowl. He's six three two hundred pounds. He's gonna he's gonna explode this. She with Tom Brady thrown on the floor. Three. I don't know either way as possible. Either. Either bullshit. Thank you. Kevin have a great weekend. Happy Santana Trix day. All right. Appreciate it guys. Kevin. Before we get to break a little bit on Kareem hunt Jewish suspended him if he were Commissioner of the NFL. See they set this impossible standard where they don't have a standard. Yeah. I mentioned Roger Goodell is a federal judge because the federal judge is minimum sentencing and all that. I think I'll precedent illegal fist. You look at it essentially NFL like north Roger Goodell's like how many who eight games? Okay. Yeah. Know, he has his the I think what he does is. He goes. Yeah. They have a a this. I'm stealing this from south park. They have a from. They have a chicken the cut its head off. And they had it run on a chart, and wherever it falls and dies. That's the number of AMC suspense longer Mazuz draft board. Right. Yeah. But I'm telling you the NFL. It's there's absolutely no rhyme or reason as to why or when or how they suspend somebody. So okay, seems fine to me. I I think what we were talking about in the break right before we had Kevin on sap. Was this seems to be the NFL's new thing which is throw out a number right player. Don't appeal. Yup. And it's probably going to be less. If you less that way, because maybe they wanted to do ten or twelve with Kareem hunt. And they said it'll be eight if you don't appeal because I think they're they're getting sick of doing these prolonged court battles which was just making everybody, look, bad and exhausting fans. Brady's the only guy who got four games and couldn't have just decided to just take it not appeal. It did bring it to court, but eventually advice he took it as far as they could games. Yeah. And and came at a very inopportune time for the cowboy and also there was no video of it though. No charges were no charge hectically commit any crime. Happy. Ohio state. This is Walgreens remember the NFL who knows I it's just put this. This seems to be the new methodology right now, they'll change it. This isn't going to be something. But I think that's exactly what they did. They said how about eight eight can't appeal, and I think he just took it they'll come back at midseason. So he won't be at Gillette stadium on opening night. If I have my way with the Browns coming to town at the Browns don't need him. No running game without him. Nick chub. He's got a great passing attack. Imagine bringing him in the second half of the season. Yeah. I ain't even talking about on on lost her. He's a great player. You're gonna draft him in fantasy. Right. You can't be holding down. So you know, what I can't have pre on my fantasy team..
"mazuz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With editor. Chris rouser Christos about the opener to pursuits this week. Because it sounds like I could have my body wrapped in leather. Yeah. Maybe something that people don't know necessarily about some of the other ultra luxury brands like Louis Vuitton. Or Bentley is that there's very top tier of customer service will actually customize pretty much anything that you want for them. So if you go to and you say, you know, I just bought a private jet. And I was like all of the leather inside of it to be says, we can do it. They'll do that. They'll. Will make you skateboard they'll make your maz- boxing gloves, ping, pong paddles and Irma's foosball table. Whatever you want. If you have the money, they always been doing this. So they they have always had a little bit of customization service. So like ridge. Mazuz making and stuff, and they were making it to order. So it's always been a part of the business. But the the sermon share I tell ya outside of Paris, which is what we're writing about. Right. Has only been around for a couple of decades. We went there. Right. Yes. So we were one of the few people allowed inside. And it's a very simple sort of setup. There's about twelve craftsman in their mix of men and women, and they can do anything you want. They can make a fly rod for you. They can build you a canoe. They can do the inside of your body. Sharon, they will teach themselves. How to do anything? These are really Crossman. And as you said, I think aren't their identities kept hidden because they don't wanna lose these people. Yes. So we were we were like, oh, let's shoot the inside of this. I I tell you like it sounds so great. And they were like, you can take pictures. But you can't you can't we don't reveal the identity of these people because they're so sought after actually which is very interesting. Yeah. I agree. So tell me I mean, you said that they can do almost anything. But do they say no to some things they'll say, so they'll say no to anything. That's to blame. Dow or two branded. So they don't this is about having. Great craftsmanship. It isn't right. Having something that says mas- all over it. So famously someone in New York City has an Hermanez closet where like all the walls, and they're like walking closet are has letter. And they wouldn't let you do that in like an orange or with the h all over it because they don't you know, that's not what they're going for. They're not trying to get the message out with this. This is just about craftsmanship. Well, why are they doing this? Because there's a bring a lot of money. I'm just curious in terms of the bottom line. Does it contribute a lot? Or what is this about? It doesn't you know? I mean, it's a lot of times brands will have this kind of high level customization because it's sort of like, a loss leader it, right? They'll do a halo car car company will do a halo car that like only one or two people can get. And then, but everybody else knows about it, and it sort of adds to the mystery of the brand this is really about servicing, the top end clients held and then actually inspiring or mess. So somebody came in once and said, my applet my wife takes an apple to work with her every day to eat. I wanna make an. Apple carrier for her. So they made. All right, everybody. Don't hate us. Just telling you about the store reading. And so they made this beautiful little apple case, and this is sort of inspired them to different forms. Right. Right. And so they of use this as an innovation lab as well. I love this talk to us because I think everybody who's listening is saying, okay. So you bring something in how quickly does it get done? What's kind of the process, and what does it cost, and we can go through some of the dieting. Yes. So you know, you go in and they'll speck it out for you and within a month or gives you sort of a plan and then within another month. Oh, actually give you sort of a prototype of what you what you want? So you ordered a bad. They'll give you sort of show. You a canvas version of the bag, and then they'll give you a price and they do not negotiate. There's no wiggle room. The price is the price. This is. Yeah. And you know, for example, the boxing gloves that they had some boxing gloves there when we went to check it out for forty four thousand dollars. And they had a skateboard that was three thousand dollars. They had a picnic basket that was fourteen thousand dollars. You know, in the range of picnic baskets, fourteen thousand dollars a lot of Irma's carrying things that carry things that are sold for fourteen thousand dollars actually is kind of in the range of what things cost just curious because I think about like everybody wants the armez Birkin bag or the, you know, one of those bags and stuff. I mean, can you ask them to make your own bag or no, they'll do some personalization on a bag kind of special treatment? But you can't the whole one of the things about Birkin bags is that they released limited quantity. Yeah. They like the purple criers the list the list here is the list of people who want to get it. And so they don't they won't. If you go in there, and you say, hey, I want like a neon green crocodile Birkin bag. They won't make that for you. Because that's a different part of the business. I want that. Or I want a house. Right. Yes, they they don't mess with the bag. That's a whole other thing. I am curious though, about the private jet to what what does something like that cost. If you're doing like, the interior of a package that they would not tell us that, you know, the sky can kind of be the limit with that and Innova sort of you it as it actually might be in this in the scale of the cost of jet, which can be forty million dollars. Right. The kitting out actually, isn't that much money can textually, and it actually can add a lot of money to the resale value of debate. So I'm not saying, it's a great investment. But it's maybe less of an insane thing to do. Then you think all right? So those people who are using airmen's leather to outfit their Lear jet. Probably might maybe need a little bit of help about what to do with their bonus money. And you guys this week every year in pursuits. We do a section that gives you advice on how to spend your bonus. And sometimes we'll give you advice on how to spend small amounts of. Money or large amounts of money. A lot of times we focus on philanthropy this year since there's so much economic uncertainty going into the year. We were like we asked a bunch of different people. What would you spend your bonus on? If you knew you were never going to get another bonus. You know, what would you invest in their self indulgent? This is stuff. These are like self care gift. This is in philanthropic stuff. Right. You know? What would you get that? You would you had no money tomorrow. Still look back on and be like, I'm glad I got that. We got some really interesting responses to tell us about some of them. Yeah. Range. It's a got a real. I talked to the actor Michael Jordan and sort of surprise with the question, and he was like, oh, a PJ. I get a private jet. Because then you know, you could use that. Right. Exactly. Which I thought was funny. We asked Murray condo. She would get and she was like, well, I don't have a lot of needs for stuff beyond what's in, you know, within my home. So I would really I would ask I would get water rice and food which was so her. Okay. This so her. Yeah. We asked Brian Kelly, the points guy, and he said he would do a trip to Tahiti ROY neater Hoffer said he would buy like an original Bach manuscripts. We got chef saying they'd start food businesses. The chips in mummy mask that was about twenty seven thousand these are that actually is from James Tommy are arthritis. Of his recommendation. We someone recommended years worth of botox. Someone from Barney's recommended pair of promising back palms, which you never regret. Getting exactly Natasha Leon the actress said she got like Gucci dog collar for her dog the final splurge. Okay. So there's lots of good ideas in there. Let's also talk about the critic this week because this is about an art movie. Yes. There's a movie that just came out this past weekend in limited theaters, and streaming on Netflix. It's called velvet buzzsaw and tight on your great Tyler has gotten a lot of buzz at Sundance and Jake John halls and Rene Russo some other people John Malkovich. Is it any good because a lot of times art movies? Just don't work. Yes. So Hollywood has not been kind to the role just generally think of Delia from Beetlejuice walk that kind of character and film, and this film is actually. It's a very sloppy kind of horror type film, creepy people get brutally killed in it, actually. So it it's fun. Good. It feels like are critic said James, but it has a funny message about the art world, which is, you know, people who are greedy, and this film, and sort of take advantage of this deceased artists in his artwork. They get punished art itself as James puts in the store, and then things start to go wrong after the arcade, get salt. That's when you know, there's a turn last. But not least certainly I'm thinking maybe going back to the bonus story if it's your last bonus you might want to buy a piece of jewelry. That's just going to think. Wow. You. Yes. So this the one this week is a pair of areas we're coming up on Valentine's Day. They're really beautiful. And you know, we spotted them Glenn Close actually wore these hearings. They're called the Teresi hearings or by Anna Corey and she wore them on the great carpet at the Golden Globes. Right. And there are these like swooping time and strands that have like a pendant sapphire twinkles as it moves around. And they're very cool. And they're very sculptural. It looks like it kind of weaves through your ear. I guess connected by one thing. And then kind of loops around your ear. Yes. Exactly. It's it's sort of a swooping thread design how much are these eighty thousand dollars? Yes. Eighty thousand eighty is there any competition healthier to something like this. Yeah. I mean, obviously, there's tons Duffin. Adela tries to someone who's making making sort of like moderns postmodern sculptural pieces that we liked hers. So yeah, it's a it's a kind of the look now is nonstandard earings shape. That's produced editor Chris browser and that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg BusinessWeek from Bloomberg radio. Thanks for joining us..
"mazuz" Discussed on WTVN
"Tony shalhoub also recognize Rachel Brosnahan as well. So you know, if you're wired for that good fun. But it's one of those things you kind of already know, you know, what you're watching the know what's up, and you feel like, hey, they're probably gonna make an award on that. Which seems to be. That's the way it goes top five of the box office over the weekend. Spiderman into the spider versus still at number five the kid who would be king debuts seven and a quarter million dollars, which doesn't seem so bad. But they spent sixty million dollars promoting that movie. So it's going to be a little while until they're in the black on that one aquaman still a number three dead about seven and a half million dollars up to this point over three hundred and fifteen million dollars. So that thing continues to rock the upside. Number two, no surprise glass, again, number one did almost twenty million dollars. And most of them would say, hey, it doesn't really. Have that much competition right now? I can't argue with you. I haven't been to the movies for a while. Weekend. My wife was off on Friday. So when I got home, we did what we love to do which we have time we go to our little favorite breakfast place called early birds had a delightful breakfast. And then we started driving toward Amish country and got to Miller's Berg, and I had scouted a couple of places. We haven't done that in a long time. Just, you know, going antique stores where you can see and have some fun and all that stuff. So we ended up just spending the afternoon in Miller's Berg and hit a lot of really cool places talked to some folks fact, we're we're walking on the sidewalk. And there was this couple kind of pace us, and my wife looks over and say, hey, you guys Dante can to and they're like, yeah. And like so you from around here. So I know we live we live down south. We're on our way to Niagara Falls. We just need a little stretch of the legs. And we're coming through and thought this'll be a nice place to do it. So they're hitting a couple of short. And I said, well, you know, it's it's kind of about half a little more frozen. And the guy's like, yeah. That's why we want to go. See it seems like it'd be pretty cool. So good people. Good fun. Just add some had some nice times. And then on the way back called. My folks said they were going to be coming through town about five five thirty wanna get together for dinner. And they're like, sure. And so when I was growing up in mount Vernon there was a place called Mazuz was on west high street, great Italian place. Well, it is since closed down. But one of the sons, I think it is found a new location, and they've got like a little smaller version of it. That's where we had dinner. Oh, my God was good. So good Mazuz was known for a garlic salad, which they still make. And so I got that. My wife's like I got to put up with that all weekend. Psyche was not like we're on our first date. We've been married for twenty four years at this point you have to put up with a little garlic. So I did she did and everything is still good. So that's a plus. Hey, we're at five forty five. Good morning. Radio six ten WTVN sports. Michigan state no longer unbeaten in big ten play produce snaps MS thirteen game winning streak with a seventy three sixty three when yesterday in west Lafayette Spartans head coach Tom Izzo says it was a Sunday to forget we were a joke. We weren't stepping up on a ball screens. We weren't doing things that we did. So well at our place, and we thought it was more effort related, and maybe it was more fatigue related, and maybe it was their crowd. And and they had a little more hip in their heart. Michigan state now nine and one in the conference number five Michigan eight and one wolverines host Ohio State tomorrow night at nine basketball buckeyes, put a stop to their five game slide this past Saturday with a seventy two sixty when at Nebraska in the NBA the Cleveland Cavaliers and a six game skid beat the bulls one zero four one zero one in Chicago, the thunder beat the Milwaukee Bucks. One eighteen one twelve in Oklahoma City to golf Justin Rose wins the farmers insurance. Open rose twenty one hundred for the weekend at Torrey Pines. Tiger Woods with a twentieth place finish at ten under woods shot a five hundred sixty seven in his final round. Tiger says he's got. Plenty of work left between now and Augusta. If look at where it was Thursday look.
"mazuz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The talk of Las Vegas. The opinions of the host on Katie w when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station, its management, or Beasley Media Group. Welcome to the box in the firm with the hall of fame. Boxing, referee, Joe Cortez and co host Johnson for all. Come on guys. Let's not fight. I'm Joe Cortez. Fair but firm. Good morning. I woke up to the favor firm show here in Las Vegas, Nevada. Boxing, capital of the world is there along with my co-host John Zimmer Nilo ZIM. Oh, yes. My friend, my friend here. Listen this weekend. Yes, sir. Tonight. Well, actually last night Mazuz Greg on. Oh, yeah. In. Yes, sir. Yes. I stopped. That's a good place to start as any higher than ours. Who most of us remember for most recently being the first man and knock down Janko giving him his toughest test to date. He does reenters. The ring were expecting a big show out of him. And against he was a thirty two one favourite, and he got dropped three times and then stopped after after he got up for the third time in the first round by Julio Cesar casino. I think is his name. Con con Okinawa Gano, and let me tell you one thing he embody holy. Is about what thirty seven thirty eight years older. Yes, sir. And in boxing. I've always said it, you listen is out there, and you've yours and boxing. You get all night. He fought a great fight against let me Janko. He ended up. You know, I've been. Left in a body, and he ended up getting stopped by lobby checkup. But you remember correctly that was the fair, but firm knock out of the year. It was unexpected that way hall in nervosa who stand up WBZ lightweight champion. Yeah. But anyway, he's his renowned far as I'm concerned when it comes to boxing. I think so too. I think his is done, but now tonight here in Las Vegas some happening tonight. What? A lot of friends and say, what towards a UFC fighter. I don't know about all that end end of pack yell. Adrian Brunel fight. Adrian is four-time division champion four time champion just fighting against Mattie pack. Yeah. Forty years of age eighteen division champion wanted Abaza definitely hall of Famer and I had the honor of interviewing both fighters yesterday for years, PM and Mandy. I look, and I have close up, you know, I can see that the user creeping up on him. He looks good forty years of age in his face, and my when a referee's I channel five he was eighteen Pounder back here in Las Vegas. Nobody knew Mattie pack, y'all Byron promoter Don night into recess job. What do you think about this kid after he no he won by not gung has got a future? He looks very promising. Well, anyway, yesterday, I simple questions about his forty years of age. And of course, you know, he's definitely a hall of Famer. And I'll tell us a, you know, when you get inducted that hall of fame, I expect to see about ten thousand fans up there to to see you there because I've got kind of a a following, especially from the Philippines Filipinos. But manny's told me I told him what do you think that if you would tomorrow night against Adrian Brunner was going to happen is we're going to see a rematch with ROY Mayweather. Yeah. Worse to be worse. Well, I want to focus more on tomorrow night's fight. They usually say what they say. But we all know that PB's Adrian Brodie tonight. If you lose good my prediction that he's gonna stop Adrian Brunner. Okay. Burma's never stops big deal. Right. You know, I may be wrong. I've been wrong in the past. And I baby. But he may end up stopping Brown. If he does was going to happen is you're going to see Mayweather knock it out the door tonight before midnight Mayweather will be the let me in. Yeah. I'm knocking out want that fight. I think Becky backyard definitely wants to fight. So you think effect? Yeah, wins the we'll see Mayweather Pacquiao by the end of the year. I believe so I say. Enough by either probably by rabies attempt to because I think Cannella got the day wrapped up may. And he's going to have another September. Dave, but he's got himself lined up. Where Danny Jacobs, Danny Jacobs may fourth that was being announcement over. Wow, I'm as excited as you as anybody about that. I've been very vocal critic about the opponents that he's chosen over the last, you know, since he signed that zone deal, which has only been one fight. But that was a really really bad opponent. And I was worried rocky Jalen. Yes, sir. I was worried that we'd get more opponents of that caliber because you know, he's guaranteed thirty-three million a fight. Why take risks this proved me wrong, and I have to swallow my tongue. I mean, what can you say? This is exactly the kind of opponent. I want to seek another fight. And I I'm right back on board. I cannot wait to see him fight this fight on may fourth. Okay. Well, you know what? It'd be pulled a tongue out again. Okay. Are you swallow because we got more divided it? Okay. Swallowing. All right..
"mazuz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Okay. That's just terrible. What about Mazza? Well, NASA Mazuz, basically Middle Eastern Thomas. Well, why would I like sharing? Why would I like that? You're terrible person. I would not I would not have guessed the toughest the cocaine was like everyone's like, oh, yeah. You did coke. There's no doubt. You did. Oh, oh, look at that. And some top us. What what do, you know? What are you know, she enjoys she enjoyed coke the baby lamb chop. Get such a thing. The whole idea of social media influence her. What what is that we got to get into that sometime? We gotta get into that. But right now, this is breaking. Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is going to miss further cases in the supreme court. This is she she has according to Fox News. No further signs of the cancer. Good for her happy to hear that for her. She's been recovering from lung cancer the surgery, she was she she left the hospital. I think it was December twenty fifth or she had the surgery December twenty fifth. She missed a few days of oral arguments this week the first time since she joined the court nineteen Ninety-three she's eighty five years old. This is this is gonna stop everything this is going to for lack of a better word, Trump all things. All the things. If there is now a nother. Moments to make an appointment to the court. The court is going to not only the knowledge are going to be a battle the likes of which we cannot begin to imagine. But it is going to very much shape. The twenty twenty race. Very very much shaped the twenty twenty race. What is it that people think the country should do how do they think the court should operate? They'll never be a moment where I support activism from the court. I support no activists on the court whatsoever. I want people to judge, and I do not believe that the constitution is a living breathing document. It says what it says and doesn't say what it doesn't say. And if you want to interpret.
"mazuz" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Still extremely fast extremely performance and via plug ins can also be extended to do things that perhaps Kong doesn't do out of the box in a service, mesh deployment. But you're right. The feature set of north south and the Fisher set of east-west is very similar and all the things we usually do in east-west or all the things we do in our. South will have to adopt in more and different patterns. So being able to rate limiting circuit breakers. Al checks being able to keep that late and down being able to observe what's happening within our systems. It's not a concern that's specific to one or another. It's a concern that both nurse out and east west will have to fix and therefore Kong is being used for that today. So is the service mesh model for Kong is it the model of deploying aside car to each of the services and then having a central control plane that the sidecars are communicating with you got it. So you're getting nine deploy Kong as a service mash by injecting Kong as a sidecar proxy to a Microsoft Office. But get spot from agnostic. So you can do that with Kuban Aries you can do that with a sidecar container. But you can also do that on any other platform that supports so conch supports fifteen different deployment methods. We support any. Containers Mazuz feared Decio as we support vanilla Docker. Of course, we support any cloud, Azure, Amazon Google, and we also support bare metal platforms. So basically with Kong, you could start a service mash that runs across Kuban Attis, but not limited to coober nineties, also Imprimis and on machines and any other cloud. So effectively it's a platform agnostic hybrid mash that you can deploy with calm when I've talked to people about service mesh performance is a really big concern. Because if you have for example, a service proxy, that's deployed is a sidecar to all your containers. And it's sitting next to your service in every service. Request is going through that sidecar. For example, if your service proxies written in Java, then even just a pause can really give you a serious performance penalty. And that that can be problematic. If this thing is is a bottleneck to every single service request, tell me about architect, dating the sidecar what you have built in the sidecar turns out that when we built our run time. So like we said engine X low and loo edge it we're able to achieve a great performance in most use cases, Asaba millisecond processing performance. So that same Runtime we've been running for traditionally pay gateway is also so lightweight and so fast that out of the box it support service mash, so that's why we were able to support one run time for both east west and north south. That's pretty cool. That sounds like a bet you were very happy to find that out. Well, it happen for a reason. I guess so I mean is there any is there any material? So what you're saying is basically the same software that is in the API gateway that has been accepting requests from the external internet and doing routing through the API gateway in a performance fashion. You can just retool you can just repurpose that in Assad car to be able to have services communicate with each other. Yeah. Not only that we can do that with a better performance than envoy, for example. Really? So tell me more about like how you think this market is going to unfold because I was guy go to these kube cons, the Cooper, Netease conferences, and there's if there's any water cooler, or like, you know, hot hot topic right now, it's sort of like, what's you know, who's gonna win the service mesh world or do you need a service mesh? So how do you think this world is going to unfold and how big of a market? Do you think there is for the service mesh? Usage, you know, Microsoft disease that are very hot topic right now, not everybody needs Microsoft disease. I mean, Microsoft sees that are harder to deploy harder to manage his anonymous significant premium that developers will have to deal with once the move to Microsoft sees. So it's a great architectural pattern. If we're talking about extremely large use cases that have to be hyper scaled in hyper optimized with micro services architecture. Now, are we talking about Microsoft uses the way, we make that Microsoft's architectural work is with service mesh service mash, it's not at the -nology service mashes a pattern, and so you can implement service mash by using a wide variety of technologies that are available to developers today..