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Mark Milley Admits to Speaking With Bob Woodward for Trump Book

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Mark Milley Admits to Speaking With Bob Woodward for Trump Book

"Milly. What a what a real real real treacherous road. He's been on. I'm trying to use my words very carefully because my anger about a guy. Admitting yesterday that he was indeed the source to these writers to books articles being written. He said yeah. I was giving interviews off the record. Can you imagine a general who is serving at the pleasure of the president of the united states. The commander-in-chief is taking time like a like a like a gossip and schmoozing with with bob woodward and people from vanity fair and writers that were hell bent on destroying the trump presidency and one of trump's own generals is is busy gossiping with reporters off the record so much for transparency

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Under Fierce Republican Attack, U.S. General Milley Defends Calls With China

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:23 min | 11 months ago

Under Fierce Republican Attack, U.S. General Milley Defends Calls With China

"Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Us general mark. Milley fended off. Perhaps the most personal and direct attacks of his career from lawmakers on tuesday as republicans blasted his coals with china and he's interviews for books critical of donald trump's presidency mainly was unshaken as republicans called for his resignation during an already contentious. Hearing that was meant to focus on the chaotic. Us withdrawal from afghanistan but repeatedly swerved into questions regarding the general himself when asked me acknowledged talking to washington post author bob woodward for a book that showcased mealey's role trying to avert a crisis over apparent chinese fears that trump might attack beijing in his final months in office the book detailed supposedly secret kohl's with general lease chang of the people's liberation army on the thirtieth of october twenty twenty and again on january eighth and said milley had promised to warn china. I if he were ordered to attack many confirmed the coles said they would not secret to us government officials and that he was acting on instructions from some of trump's top aides to de-escalate tensions. He acknowledged trying to send beijing a message that we are not going to attack you following. Us intelligence indicating china feared an attack. Milley said the colds fit within his mandate to ensure strategic stability. I know i am certain. President trump did not intend on attacking the chinese and it's my directed responsibility to convey presidential orders and intent. Milley told the senate armed services committee milly acknowledged that he also spoke on january eighth with us house of representative speaker. Nancy pelosi who according to the washington post at asked. The general what safeguards were in place to prevent an unstable president from launching a nuclear strike. Milly responded by assuring her of her safeguards and added. I'm not qualified to determine the mental health of the president of the united states. Milley told the senate. Tom services committee at no time. Was i attempting to change or influence. The process usurp authority are insert myself into the chain of command president. Joe biden has supported me throughout the controversy surrounding the coals. Saying he had great confidence in him.

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Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

"Bring back america's hero new york city police commissioner former new york city police. Commissioner bernie carrot bernie thanks for staying with us exports bernie as police commissioner nine eleven. You experienced what happens when america's borders are loose or non-existent as they are right. Now you experience with the influx of migrants who are not vetted does an ends with thousands of americans dead. What are your feelings about. The influx of gani migrants on planes being transported here by the biden administration. Without any real vetting. What does that make you think of nobody. Nobody knows what happens. When look people into this country that you know wanted the minds of this country. And i don't care what the president says. I don't care what milly general milley says or the president's press secretary. There's no in how you can bet the people coming in from afghanistan and here's why aghanistan was ruined by the afghan government which is a logger of power. The taliban is taking over. The taliban is a terror group. We don't have a diplomatic relationship with this country. They're not going to have relationships with russia. China in iran have nothing to do with the united states. Only to get money lewis. That's what they're gonna do. They're not gonna give us their intelligence On operations they're not going to give us access to until we have two hundred thousand people coming to this country and if they're not in a us dod database or cia database or an fbi database. They're not in one of those. We don't know who the hell they are. We don't know where they came from. We don't have any background on then and we got nowhere to go get it.

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Gen. Mark Milley to Nancy Pelosi: 'I Agree With You on Everything'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:26 min | 11 months ago

Gen. Mark Milley to Nancy Pelosi: 'I Agree With You on Everything'

"Mike gallagher. Maranda devine weighs in on the general milley thing in the new york post and so honestly if you're radio interviews generals who say well. It's not that big a deal. I mean generals talked to generals all the time you know. I talked yesterday about nancy. Pelosi is involved and that's what she dives into let me quote from her article. I mean journal. Mark milley became so deranged that he cast himself allegedly as the hero of a seven days in may style fever dream in only he could save the nation from trump trump launching nuclear war with china to stay in office. It's an insane scenario. Left wing equivalent of the most far-fetched cunanan conspiracies. She writes but this is what is claimed in. The woodward cost of book entitled peril show alarmed was the tightly wound. General about what he imagined. Trump might do that. He made secret calls his counterpart in china. Promising to warn them if the president ordered an attack. It's clear that milly or people authorized by him leaked details of his delusional daring due to a number of authors. Because he's proud of his actions. His lack of shane bodes ill for the country if he remains the nation's highest ranking military officer as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff the botched withdrawal of troops from afghanistan over which he presided was bad enough. She writes what's next and the most disturbing part she writes of the mili- story is nancy. Pelosi's malign influence. The general seem to treat her as his commander in chief pelosi who was engaged in a blood feud with trump that sent her batty manipulated and bullied. Milly a transcript of a call with pelosi two days after the january six capital riot obtained by the payroll authors has her ranting at about trump's access to nuclear weapons pelosi said if they couldn't even stop him from an assault on the capital who even knows what else he may do and is there anybody in charge of the white house who is doing anything but kissing his fat but all over this. He's crazy you know he's crazy. He's been crazy for a long time so don't say you don't know what his state of mind is. Milly reportedly responded madam speaker. I agree with you on

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Biden Backs Top General Milley After Reported 'Secret' Calls

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 11 months ago

Biden Backs Top General Milley After Reported 'Secret' Calls

"Milly With the chinese general both cavorting with each other wolf in sheafs clothing president biden and the joint chiefs chairman mark milley biden still is giving milly support despite the revelation that milley told chinese general legion jiang. He'd warned him of any plan. By president trump. Nothing to see here. All right let's not jump to conclusions. You know what this is about. We all know this is the establishment. This is what the beast was so terrified of when trump was elected. This is what they were so worried about. Because trump went in and said i'm anti-establishment. I don't like these coalitions. I don't like a war with no with no conclusion or no outcome plant. I don't like rhinos. Who are in cahoots with big tech. I mean he. He wanted to just upset the apple cart in a way that infuriated them. It's not about as tweets. It's not about his personality or his disposition. It's about the way he tried to up. End the establishment and he largely.

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Lindsey Graham on Gen. Milley's Phone Call to China: 'Let's Get the Evidence'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:42 min | 11 months ago

Lindsey Graham on Gen. Milley's Phone Call to China: 'Let's Get the Evidence'

"Yesterday i believed that general milley will resign. A maybe. you're right. Maybe he had known anywhere because now they're giving all kinds of cover and he's getting cover from some peculiar corners like republicans who one would think kind of no better. Senator lindsey graham. He's a hawk of there. Ever was one. He respects the military. A lot of people criticize senator. Lindsey graham of south carolina because he wants to allegedly fight endless wars. He's the one who said a week or two ago. We're going to go back to afghanistan. So surely senator graham is condemning general milley's allegedly treasonous behaviour. Right we'll check this out. Here's lindsey last night with lawrence jones on fox news channel. Well number one I don't wanna try General milley or anybody else in the media You know. Mike was a green beret. Here's a warrior out there. Killing the bad guys. I spent thirty three years as a judge. Advocate in the air force is military judge defense counsel and prosecutor. So before we court martial somebody. Let's get the evidence. Would i want to hear. I want to hear from milly. I'm tired of talking about what the book says. Milley said. I want to see the transcript and i wanna hear from millie and i will say this has been a military lawyer for thirty three years if the book is accurate in the conversation did occur as described in the book General milley undercut civilian control. I just wanna. I just wanna stay with you for second. Because i hear what you're saying and everyone is innocent until proven otherwise but we already know interim. Dod to acting secretary of defense that he did not approve the second phone call now know the generals like doing what they wanna do but we have a system in america. It wasn't approved so she resides based on that would dan. We don't know what the phone call was about. Dan nail doesn't matter where they approved it. No i mean. Generals talked to generals all the time about the state of military exercises. I don't buy that at all. The content does matter. Dam was right if the content was that. We've gotta shaky president. I promise you we're not gonna attack. But if he does something crazy. I'll give you a heads up. That's completely unacceptable. I mean that. That is ailing lame. L- lame answer and lawrence. John's to his credit man. He is right in lindsey graham's

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Nancy Pelosi Was Commiserating and Colluding With Gen. Milley

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 11 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Was Commiserating and Colluding With Gen. Milley

"Joe biden has any honor whatsoever he would be condemning. Mark milley if this if this report is is true if joe biden had a shred of integrity or honor he would put this country i and he would be able to say what alexander vignon said. It doesn't matter. What your political beliefs are you. You have got to stand up to a treasonous. Act with the chairman of the joint chiefs reassuring. The chinese communist general the communist party would get a heads up if trump launched attack during his final months of his presidency. And pay close attention to nancy pelosi's role in this in this reporting in this woodward book called peril. Nancy pelosi was commiserating and colluding with general milley. She's every bit as disgraceful and treasonous as millie. You wanna go down the list of people committing treason. You better look at the speaker of the house below. She has some serious explaining to do a lot more important than why she got her hair done in the middle of the pandemic she is reprehensible and this reporting suggests. She's in it up to her eyeballs to. She's up to her botox eyeballs to right there with milly

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Accusations of Treason Swirl Around Gen. Mark Milley

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Accusations of Treason Swirl Around Gen. Mark Milley

"Sean hannity during his monologue last night talked about milly either being he should be absolutely fired and tried for treason. If of course the account of bob woodward and bob costas book is correct. Accusations of treason are now swirling around the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. That would be general mark milley. According to an explosive upcoming book from bob woodward millions accused of conspiring behind the scenes with communist chinese to undermine president trump in the fall of twenty twenty as the washington post details quote in the books account. Millie went so far as to pledge that he would alert his counterpart in the event of the us attack is counterpart being in china. The communist chinese. The book claims that millie had his chinese counterpart quote. Generally you and i have known each other for five years now. And if we're going to attack. I wanna call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise. Okay so what they can attack us. I if this is true general milley would be traded to this country if true he should be fired and tried portrays an immediately given america's enemies heads up before an attack. Well that's the worst possible offense that are member of our military ever commit and there's more according to the same upcoming book and that is the general milley also conspired behind the scenes to neuter the commander in chiefs ability taken duct his constitutional role as commander in chief and conduct military operations. Now this this shouldn't be a right left talking point. I should be able to say to every democrat listening to the show every trumpeter if the chair of the joint chiefs was giving our enemies a heads up in the event of an attack. How is that not treason.

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"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Points then our projections and faints points. Shutout to us. Obviously we're just smashing both of those previous to with our projections. The only what it takes. What are your takeaways here from. All these correlations between what people are doing with ownership and jeff draftkings point salary and fantasy points are projections in actual points. Yeah i mean we see what the correlation stat quarterback has the highest correlation across all three buckets. Whether it's it's roster shit two points whether it's drafting salary two points or art productions two point so what we saw last year of the quarterback position is it became a little bit the predictability was there on the guys of top started to separate a little bit more. We'll see if that happens again this year. It'll be interesting to watch but when that happens. more predictable yet. We kind of found that we had to pay for an expensive gortat back pretty frequently because the separation of the predictability was there. I will note that the your correlation between roster ship in draftkings points. It makes sense. That's a little bit lower because people are considering value and not just total points scored when selecting the players that they're taking so that would make sense. But i was really happy that the projections outperformed the drafting salaries which arcs supposed to be in line specifically with total points score. We beat those quite a bit. We do see that again. Wide receiver has a lower correlation on running back that volatility that i talked about why those guys are pretty good options in in tournaments in the flax into stacks and then the other thing i know d. s. t. isn't a superfund thing to talk about what what happens with. Dsp is a cool. Relations are so low across the board. That people in general are picking to chalky of defenses of. They're paying too much for defense. It's a position where the cheapest defenses from a ceiling. Perspective has a similar feeling. The most expensive defenses just the way the points are scored the probability of hitting it might be lower. Yoder median expectation might be lower but it's not like wide receiver. Where a guy who has four targets can't hit the same ceiling as guy was ten so it does make sense to you. Know kinda suck it up and be a little bit risky in place of cheap defenses mixed those and even if you think on the surface they're really bad place a play the ds thiru. That's a really good way to get advantage on the field and it can be huge lab leverage. You get a dsp. That scores two touchdowns. I mean you could be picking up twelve points on so many teams in the field. So don't be afraid to go contrary there. I mean this has been like my one. Oh one for longtime completely punted it off at defense. I'm willing to spend as little as two thousand nine hundred on defense even in cash. When i think it's a good spot punted off at tight end which you know kelsey is shoved down my throat a few times. I still think that for the most part. It's been right to pay down at tight and we can get there with guys who are twenty eight hundred logan thomas and stuff like that the difference now though the go ahead titans a little weird you to correlations are very low relative to the other skill players. So you could make an argument that you should just punt it off. Because it's volatile but like the flip side is if i'm paying up at titled for kelsey more likely to realize that advantage at tight end because all the other people are taking their just spinning a roulette we on those tides navigable place absolutely but the the big difference last year dink and the last point. I want to make here before we wrap. Up is the whole difference at quarterback last year and whereas i used to spend down at quarterback last even in cash i started paying seven k. Seventy five hundred without blinking. An eye act quarterback because of these crazy rushing guys in leonis talked about at tons consistency and ceiling in josh allen. Kyle murray patrick mahomes. Lamar jackson russell. Wilson deshaun watson all these guys it's just created such a big gap between the pocket passers. We're just trying to pick off matchups so on the surface. It seems like the quarterback position has changed a lot. We even get there with like a forty nine hundred. Sam or fifty one hundred zach wilson anymore. It seems really hard when compared to these guys who are gonna run. Also what do you think about the quarterback position now in this large field stuff. So i think last year was a really directional change in the way that we approached were physician. I think. Thankfully it's something that we recognize fairly early in the season in started. Implementing through mike. And i talk a lot about it on the establish the million show. I think going into this year and beyond there's going to be more turnover more evolution in terms of how we evaluate position. Because they think you are getting more rushing quarterbacks coming soon college ranks in into the nfl and basically the reason we all spend down before or quarterbacks couldn't separate from each other as much because their skills that's awesome somewhat similar in. I think right now we have this divergence of approaching the league where we still have some of the old heads in terms of Police sixty five. Apparently keep throwing touchdown passes in aaron rodgers and these don't run who can get there on volume of inefficiency on on the outside but we have all these younger rebecca coming into our mobile whether it's travel once or trey lancer justin fields our act wilson and so over time as we get an influx of those russian oriented quarterbacks. Now you'll get to a point where the skill differentiation is somewhat similar in. Maybe you can.

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"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Because what that means is if we're having constantly in evolution it means that something is changing that is dictating why we're going into different direction each year in when you talked about before using running backs often in the slot because running back prices were softer. Draftkings increased the salary floor of the running backs. Three thousand four thousand last year in all sudden a lot of the softness in the pricing was removed from those mid week injuries. Those injuries situations one clear when they released pricing now on backup running backs Forty six hundred four hundred fifty two hundred in. They're just not as clear as in. So what this really means is depending on how the game kind of evolves from a salary perspective. You're going to me be changing the strategy over time. It's not going to be something that's gonna be static that's going to be. This is the way to play forever. And always the other part that you mentioned there was the evolution of the nfl is a whole removing in a lotta the running back situation to more sort of timeshare or play type dependent running backs where you get a traditional third down back you get an early down bruiser in you get also kind of rotated carry a charleston getting fewer gary's neil within getting out on the field as often cisco to kind of these spreads situations in the past rates continues to increase. All of those friends are moving your actions of wide receiver in the flex position. Now we'll see how things adjust over time whether the nfl evolves back into giving more volume two running backs in the passing emerge out splitting them out why or whether the game evolves in terms of wide receiver floors allegations. That will change the nature of this discussion. But for right now. All the are moving in the Passing increasing floor on running backs increasing wide receivers being more valuable Yeah i mean last year you were just absolute torching money by playing running back or tight and in the flex and these really large field terms both had really bad negative leverage wide receiver leverage with forty five percent of the field versus fifty six percent of top one hundred teams wide receiver in the flex. The other thing too with wide receiver and this goes back to reset it makes sense to bring it back with a receiver and do the double stack with only receiver. Is it just one of the more volatile position so that means two things. Their pricing is more likely to be off which means they have a higher ceiling relatives to price because that volatility so they have a higher soon relative price in the other two positions and then also the ownerships likely to be lower on these guys because people are gamble are chasing enters just a lot of options so those two reasons just make wide receiver in a vacuum a better. Gp play than the other two positions. And that's part of the thesis behind the air yards by by low bottle which will once again be part of the season. Pack is trying to find wide receivers with good volatility with upside who won't be as owned. Let's talk about ownership because this is always a conversation that people want to have him to chalky not being chalky enough leoni. What do you think about how much ownership we should have our lineup in these large fields. Like the yeah. It's kind like the goldilocks thing. Where there's the too hot to cold. Just right type thing and what. We found what the feel does wrong. Is there on the ends too much in day. Generally play lineups at our way to contrary an overall or they play lineups at our way to chalky over all and you kind of want be in the middle and we found between seventy five hundred twenty five percent cumulative ownership was that sweet spot now within the lineup it does make sense to kind of a barbell strategy. Where you're mixing low on players. You can still get some high on players you probably want to avoid tippy top of the high on players. You probably want avoid the very very bottom of like these guys. That are just have really few outs to hitting their ceiling. But it is better to take like a five percent nine thirty percent guy than it is to twenty percent guy so getting in the middle of that hugh motive ownership to for extreme on the others and then within that lineup taking a little bit of a barbell approach. Yeah exactly and the data was found that we can right. It's okay to roster guys even up to forty percent like it's okay to eat the chalk up to forty percent but let's not have twenty twenty forty. Let's have forty three five in terms of ownership on our players like that dink when you're making your large field tournament lineups. I know this context here because sometimes like a guy guys just like can your cumulus ownership go above one hundred twenty five percent when there's some really really outrageously strong plays that maybe you're objects also. Yeah and so the that. I'd harkening back to and i use sending on the optimizes in he settings to limit the amount of the total Roster player roster ship or ownership than amusing and so for me the example. Go back to his. Tatum hill when he was a tight end on sandal. Price is playing at the position in that player was going to be used in. Almost all lineups will if you're using a player constraint on that and you've got a projected amount words like seventy eighty percent you're not naturally gonna start to eclipse that mark and so you need to be thoughtful whenever you're kinda going through these situations understand that each week is unique situation. These rules generally apply overtime. But there are going to be some unusual cases and is starting quarterback men price at the tight end position is going to be one of the most abnormal cases. That love. you'll if you want to keep these things in mind but generally you know the mark for me is around one hundred. Two hundred fifteen is generally like the range that i'm cutting off on kind of the high end for for the really large But i just that each and every week based on how strong the chalk is chalk plays are if they're really really strong. They're protective for forty fifty percent. I know i'm going to have to use those players on my lineups as is because that's the best path it doesn't mean i need to use all the players in the same lineup but you wanna kinda stretch those boundaries based on how strong you think the trump is each and every week. Okay last thing. I want to talk about is positions and how correlates to fantasy point so we have a lot of data here. If you go to the mealy maker articles on the site under analysis we have a lot of data here on. What correlates between drafting salary and actual fantasy points milly maker ownership and draftkings points then our projections and faints points. Shutout to us. Obviously we're just smashing both of those previous to with our projections. The only what it takes..

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"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Helped his ninety nine th percentile outcome on a bring back. Receiver is highly correlated with this tax ninety nine percent outcome on the other side of things. So there's no know there's no detraction to do in a break back whereas the double stack. The pros outweigh the cons. But there are some conso. So that's important and i like to do it at the wide receiver position similarly with the double static wide receivers the best staff because it is a volatile position that has a really high ceiling. And it's also a spot where sometimes we see ownership spread out a little bit more so it's not only do we get the correlation at wide receiver with the stack at a little bit higher level than we do the other positions but we also get really good. Those are just good positions to make leverage place to begin with. So you take position. That's bested your take leverage. Plays in by that. We mean guys that have high ceilings but low ownership so that combined with the correlation of the game stack just makes it really natural that for the most part. You're double stack bring back. You want concentrated on the wide receiver position unless you have a very specific reason. Not joe yeah. I mean the thing about the mealy maker on draftkings in these really large field is that it's so big you almost need. You do need the absolute perfect lineup to get there. And so we've seen people do double stacks or triple stacks. Bring it back with two guys. Like full-blown game stacks and the idea behind that dink. It's just really hard. Acas guys cannibalizing each other in a game. You need the game to be like fifty two to forty five for things like that to hit. Are people doing that too much do you think. And how do you think about these. Full-blown game stacks. Bring it back with more than one guy where triple sack and stuff like that yet. The thing that i took trips to other people are doing it too much. I think generally people are not separating their lineup. Construction is based on field size in general in so that means yes. They're probably doing a little too much in really really large. Feels these massive hundred thousand plus entries in. They might even be doing it too. Little in really small fields In terms of forty entry contests that nets honestly because of the upside is necessary to win these contests. A lot of people say like oh you know i could win so much money at high stakes just entered my team in this in this contest that you know they take their best out of their one hundred fifty but they wouldn't be entering one hundred fifty linux to a forty person contests. The reason isn't because the stakes determine how good of its is required to win. It's the number of entries in the contest and so a lot of times. These full blown games dax. They don't have the overall feeling less as you alluded to. It's like one of those. The chiefs rams game for years ago. That was actually a showdown game that ended up being ninety total points. It has to blow the field away in terms of the other games on the sleep in terms of offensive production to really allow that in. It's gonna do it in a very specific way. Really high pass rate over expectation because on trafficking. Everything's pbr century. So the more completions you get a game. The more upside there isn't so generally the double stack with the bring back is kind of a nice middle ground of being able to capitalize on finding the right environments but not putting all of your chips in that one game environment being so dominant all the other teams on the sleep. Yeah to go ahead two point booking at the actual data the best leverage wide receiver and feel brought back a single wide receiver twenty five percent of the time last year. The top one hundred teams did forty eight percent of the time. Nearly double what. The field did the field. Even though they're doing it. Twenty five percent sounds like a high mark. You're clearly not enough so clearly. The top one hundred teams are getting there by increasing their correlation specifically with the bring back at the wide receiver position. Okay let's get to a question. A lot of people have how much of my salary cap. Should i spend like people are so focused on being unique at the cost of anything the cost of projection at the cost of of just having a good team. They're like well. I can't spend the whole cap. Only fish spend the whole cap. I think that it's actually like i mean we're like in the middle like people are thinking like that on both edges. People like spend the whole cap. Spend the whole right and so our data found that the field is actually not spending or it really doesn't matter like people should be spending as much as they possibly can. Leoni what do we. What does the data say about. How much of the cap they should be spending these large field tournaments at basically. It doesn't matter too much essentially damore salary cap. You sacrifice the more production you sacrifice overall. We actually saw the top one hundred teams use the full more frequently than the field teams did because it was not like. Dfs dolls. you'll where you're worried about dupes. you're gonna get a unique lineup. And at that point you just want the highest upside your lineup possible in generally that means spending to the full cap you know if you make team lavin. It's at forty nine nine. I'm not recreating that team to get to fifty k. But if i make a team that's at forty nine four. I'm probably thinking long and hard. If there's an improvement i can make here increase by ceiling But the ideas. The there's so many permutations that are possible lineup. They don't have to worry about dukes. Which what you wanted to worry about is just maximize here upside as much as possible yet. One hundred percent. I don't think we need to go too much further in there. If we were talking about showdown we could have more conversations about leaving money on the table for these large field term is again. We're talking about the draftkings milly maker using most or all the cap i think is almost certainly right. Let's move on to what we should be using in our flex spot and people are always asking. You know there was a time. People thought it was sharp to us too tight end because they were so under underpriced on draftkings. I never really bought in to that. There's also a time when it was. I thought to use three running backs when running back from the price from lebanon bell and guys like that. We're extremely underpriced relative to their role. Now what we're seeing is wide receiver in the flex is actually the most leverage. I think i don't wanna say there's outlined but we know the. Nfl kinda changed a bit last year. We know christian. Mccaffrey was hurt. We know saquon barkley was hurt. So i think there's some context need here what we should be using the flex but had anything about your flex by correlation decide just thinking about how you use your flex back. I think the evolution of the spot that you just touched on something. That's really important..

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"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Go our team drop down on the site. You'll find it there all right. Let's get into it here. Boys by large field tournaments. We essentially mean these gp's aka guaranteed prize pools. Where we put up a little to try to win a lot. You know twenty to win a million five to win one hundred k. Tens of hundreds of thousands of entrance and we went through as we do each year. And look through the mealy maker leoni and we found certain data points compared what we're doing where we should be doing or what. The winners are doing. What the top. One hundred people are doing compared to what the field is doing and one of the things that the field is doing. We'll start right here is stacking is to feel now stacking enough leoni and specifically are they double stacking enough because there was a time where people simply were not stacking enough period. I'm not sure that's the case anymore. But i think they're not double stacking enough period now so talking to people about stacking a little bit. Yeah what we saw last year. That million maker is the field so teams outside the top. One hundred million maker played double stacks about twenty nine percent of the time but the teams inside the top. One hundred million maker played stacks about forty percent of the time. So there's quite a bit of leverage their honestly. I was a little bit surprised by that. Because i think in these i mean this is as large of a field as you can possibly get in. You do have to be pretty close to perfect than i thought. Maybe a single stack might get thrown a bit more. Because i was worried the ceiling on a double stack might not get there. But the data baird that out. It's something that you always have to take into account the context of the week. I think the pricing of the double stack matters a lot You know how much you can get there as much upside as decay. Mccaffrey tyler lockett. Have if they're both a k. It might be hard for them to get there were week. Sometimes where if you get in ak receiver and a five k. receiver or you know seven. Kate receiver and a four k. Tight and it's a little bit easier to get there. That second guy doesn't have to hit as high of a roth ceiling and he can get His ceiling you're ninety fifth percentile on value and still have the expensive guy smashed the definitely taken throughout rice. All the targets are distributed. It doesn't mean you have to double stack every single team. But it was quite a bit positive leverage on the field last year dink. Are you ever running anything naked anymore. And let's talk about russian quarterbacks a little bit because we're gonna get to quarterback soon a lot of people say wait you guys say to double stack every quarterback really double stacking with lamar. Am i really double stacking with cuyler. Do i have to double stack with josh allen. Had you think about double stacks and single stacks even naked as you're making. Your team is for large field tournaments. So i no longer playing against quarterbacks at all There's pretty much no exceptions. That even with high boiling marsh quarterbacks like mark jackson. I think they're going to have a week. That is going to be able to win. A million acre. They're probably throwing touchdown somewhere in. There is probably not just all coming on the ground so at least a single stock at you. Allow single stack entries in with russian quarterbacks tyler murray like lamar jackson. Josh allen is is is kind of a borderline option just because he throws so much volume on drafting. We saw the bills. Come out of there. Preseason game in just the like stretch limits of pass rate even further basically by. I think they ran one running. Play while the starter. So he's gonna give you so much perception volume that i think you wanna have two receivers with him. But generally quarterbacks are gonna get a lot of value from their legs. I think you can single stack in general. you know. it's a small list. It most of the quarterbacks. If you're going to be playing in these large I think you still want to be strongly double stacking. The data's continues to burn that out. I think the point that mike made about average cost on the stack that you're investing in is really important. Maybe the more important. Take away from all this. Is you really wanna be thoughtful of. How much upside you can get from the cost. You're spending into one situation generally for me. That's going to end up somewhere around. Seventeen to nineteen k is around the range that i'm looking for doubles doctrine. The trio. and what do you think about positionally. Dinkum we'll get to this a little bit more later but do you consider a double stack with running back. Do you consider a double stack with tight end or is it always wide receiver. Wide receiver almost always wide receiver. Wide receiver occasionally wide receiver tight ended very rarely wide receiver running back the running back situation. He really need the price to be right. The difference on the running backs is if you think conceptually about kind of where their upside comes from is a lot of their upside can come individually Separate from the quarterback in terms of their russian guy in her rushing touchdowns neuro side there. So it's gotta be running back. There really does get a substantial amount of their volumes from the past game Obviously those are the ones who are often looking for generally but are often also the most expensive in so when you're thinking about the overall average cost of tiny stacks as well new sometimes guys christian mccaffrey or alvin kamara. They might actually be tougher to include any six doubles that just because the cost associated with including him in that group you want that upside date sort of isolated from the passing game a little bit. Because you know a lot of the production's chirp okay. This whole idea of bringing it back has gone very popular over the last year to year and a half in defense and when i mean by bringing it back as let's say you have a double stack. Let's say you have dak amari. Cooper and cd lamb. And they're playing against the washington football team. A bring back would be terry mclaren or logan thomas or antonio gibson or something like that. What do you think about bringing it back. We only what does the data say. And does it need to be a certain position or should it be a physician when we are quote unquote. Bring you back yet. Data says you definitely want to be bringing it back and there's a few reasons first of all we're trying to increase correlation. You know it's really hard to hit in eight legged parlay if it's on correlated and some of the biggest upside comes from games it just ended up shooting out and you'll get really high On both sides of the ball and the other thing with bringing it back is unlike the double stack where we have to be a little bit more cognizant of cost because the two wide receivers may be cannibalize each other's true ceiling with about a little bit more at doesn't happen with the bring back. That guy has a pure ceiling outcome that has.

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"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Establish The Run

"Many who've been winning at the highest levels from the pre boom days back in two thousand thirteen fourteen all the way through today's era. I personally believe obviously buys. I personally the way they slash we think about. Dfs is the way to win is the dink. Pot drew dink meyer and his fellow. Solis spreadsheet grinder. Michael yovany dink. Good morning has gone. That's gone great. I don't have a lawn to take care of here in new york city so i feel i feel lying with group. You know i can be on suicide of of You know theoretically getting my hands in the dirt Everything's so leoni good morning. Good morning love. Do you mow your own lawn party. Are you crazy actually refinanced. You just wanted to be clear that i'm not on an island here. As far as etr group. And their lawn care goes over the next three episodes. We're gonna talk about three. Dfs related topics today. We'll be talking about how to large field tournaments such as the draft kings milly maker on the next episode episode to thirty eight. We will discuss how to use an optimize earlier correctly. Incredible amount of misconceptions around that to thirty nine. We will hit on what actually matters when projecting how players perform on sundays. And when you're building lineups cut through a lot of the bs. Before we get into that. I know well. I hope most of you listening already. Have our thirty four ninety nine draft kit. If you want to play this season and or you want access our in season content such as residencies and ranking silva's matchups forms rankings etc. You want the bundle. Emails support at established dot com..

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"milly" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"We should remember to do at that if it doesn't happen. Yeah yeah you know. Inevitably i wanna see this literally close that. Let's watch it. Yeah that little shit at the end where he's like. This is a joke by the way. What does that say law. This is a joke. I did try as best as this is a joke in the caption. Yeah twice explain that this is a joke. It's probably not the best. Bit look man is inevitably going to get to them when you guys go rate is comments and you're like god look at the fucking don't it don't do i. Don't even try. Backtrack i hate the guy. I just think he's not meant for reality. Tv yeah that's all do you go. I mean like just like wt chairman. That's okay that's all right. I've i ever told to your kids about the time that liberty team pulled me for chat. What the fuck are you talking about. The show never showed it. The who's damn edison's they. She wanted me. Jt wanted to get to know milly hugo you need to take. What's in the cup. Oh you need to take showers repeal. You needed to take ofri pills called been morally gonna have to administer you just flip you blue and his head back. I'll throw them down his neck and then we'll pump it full of all. She would never give me the long take tranquilize who drew jeez. That's what castle. War is going to be in ten years when they take although like burnt out. Love island cast mates and they just like it becomes geriatric.

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General Mark Milley Cares Only for His Career

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

General Mark Milley Cares Only for His Career

"I guess. I have to ask about general milley. Mark milley i guess Is his name the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff when he said what he said. We haven't covered this on this program. It's so disturbing i almost. I really wanna look away. But to have the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Show himself to be so deeply. Ignorant to the point that i guess it betrays his lack of values. He doesn't seem to have any core principles. That's that's the impression i get when you see somebody responding to the ideology du jour as though it were something really serious as though it were. You know something discovered He's responding in a way that betrays his lack of understanding of the deeper issues of things cultural marxism in other words. He's a sitting duck for the people who are trying to divide us and destroy us. And i just wonder how is it that this kind of man could rise to be the chairman of the joint chiefs unfortunately in the current environment. That's the only kind of man who could rise to the top people at the very tout the four stars our politicians their homebase is washington dc. They're big career. Plan is to retire. Become lobbyists for the defense industry Joined the voice of a corporation may be run. The university are. They're very tuned to what senators. Thank you with. Members of congress thing to wipe washington post thinks they have very for national security so the our politicians as you've said happily they have no particular principles on they have no real values. Milly was going along with president trump until the media vermin very credit he would have to in suffer career consequences. He made the switch just in time. The bite mission talked about dumping him but they kept them in. You know that hose reverse speech that he gave about white man. This is very much an effort to keep his job. Amanda losing his job anyway over this but this is a guy who works out for his first and does not care about anything whether it's america the constitution or duty. What he cares about is the next step in his career. Ladder unfortunately was running the military and this is what i discussed in the

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"milly" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Bachelor Happy Hour with Rachel & Ali – The Official Bachelor Podcast

"Kisser. Hell say he was like a bit like mix of like knocking too aggressive. I was delight passionate enough. I like guys are just light light. You chairman here like here. Jasa wasn't i like the first day lead me mark. Was ooh nice. Real one likes. No one likes to mudge tongue. How we're like okay. This is i think's separates a mediocre kissed. Her from like a great concern is not only like obviously the mouth work but the hand we're like we're it's not too aggressive but you can feel it in their hands like they want more like they can't get enough. How how we're knows hands. During that ans- i will say So we have to betty rally and he was so smooth in like how he hits me up i was like oh my god this Dropped me like he's it was allergies. Like okay like if you do like we're offering good star kind of insult. Yeah i would say he was play with my god. I love to watch watched it. But now i'm getting chills. Having you talked about it. I'm weird okay. Was there any point after that date. Obviously it was the first date a i real. I would say solid connection forming on the beach. But was there any part of you that after that day you know you get back to the resort with everyone were. You still wanted to be open to see what other relationships could unfold or who would potentially walk down the stairs. Re you pretty set on like okay. I got my guy during this good thing for me. Is i know people talk a lot about I wanna keep my options open just in case somebody else. Lots hamster like balanced number millions. Die in my mind. Like i'm just like you know. I think i've found like who. I wanna spend my time in paradise where we hit it off really well. That doesn't happen every day for me. And i don't want to just toss out alcohol waiting just for you know hawkeye Nothing about but the only reservation I was just more like insist to be true kind of thing. Like what are the odds like the first day in paradise. I signed like my purse and like can we keep it going this whole time. Is he gonna wanna talk to anyone else. That comes down So it wasn't like. I was still like fully confident after day but i knew that i didn't want milly talk to anybody else. I was thinking. How did you feel knowing that that first week the guys had the power. If you will like that they were the ones giving out the roses. Did you feel like you were pretty safe. With noah or like. Were you still a little bit worried that he would may give rose to somebody else. I mean not gonna lie.

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How much money do you need to be happy?

This Morning With Gordon Deal

04:06 min | 1 year ago

How much money do you need to be happy?

"Time and time again. Research has shown that not on Lee You need a finite amount of money to be happy, but that prioritizing things like friendships, hobbies and family may actually lead to long term. Well being. Reporter Brian Walsh, it Milly has a look at some of the studies. Briana, What are we learning? Well, I think that what everybody knows is that Americans are pressed for time right now. And the pressure that you don't have enough time to complete. What you want to do is leading to a lot of unhappiness. So that was kind of the overall scene that I found from the article and the really most important muscle. That I learned from the study published in 2018 in nature, human behavior that sounds that the ideal salary for life satisfaction is $105,000 a year. Not for an individual or a family it would run for it would be $210,000 a year, but basically it found that if you make less than that, you struggled to pay for loans. You struggle the paper based that kind of life necessities. And if you make more than that, You are often working harder and spending less time at home, Speaking with Freon Walsh control contributor at Millie, and she's written a piece entitled Here's Exactly How to Spend your Money if you Want to be happier. About the value of time and there also, I think positive, people said they were kind of more happy when they were focused on hobbies and friendships. Yes, exactly so that people who they this is a study that just studied 1000 recent college graduates and some of these recent college graduate chose careers. That were more intrinsically motivated, meaning that they would spend a little bit of their week working. But they had a lot more free time. And then some of the recent college graduates chose careers that were extra sickly motivated, so they were making a lot of money on, you know, hypothetically saving money, but it's something that the people that shows the careers that were left high pressure and left high stress often. On prioritize things like friendship. Andre Spending time on Hobby is a lot more, and that generally leads to more kind of long term feelings of satisfaction and happiness about the impact of just to a little bit of savings. Yeah, that was really interesting. You know, Atsu beginning of the pandemic, we found that a lot of Americans did not have that three months of emergency. Fabian's only 23% of Americans. There's a lot of talk about how you know Americans or not. I'm not really been able to say then that leads to a lot of Anxiety, especially the bigness of pandemic when everything shut down. But in 2017 researchers with the Urban Institute on the families that had even a little of $250 saved Avoided. Ah lot of things like being evicted, missing belt payments, applying for payday loans that have long term really negative financial consequences. So this idea that you have to have the reruns of emergency savings is great. The reality is that most people don't have that much money on. Moreover, you might not even really need that much money in order to kind of feel a sense of safety on kind of happiness in your daily life and finish up with that study about how giving away money makes us feel good. Yeah. I mean, I think that's pretty obvious. You know, if you walk that somebody you know who's asking for a dollar on the street, you feel a little bit better if you give away that dollar, as opposed to just kind of ignoring it. Um, well, if you have a friend who's going through something really rough, buying them a coffee feels really good. So these researchers 2017 at the University of Dork gave 50 people $100 and told them to give it away over the course of four weeks. Um, excuse me. Half of them are instructed to keep the money on. Half of them were instructed Tonto give it away, and the people who gave it away reported much higher levels of satisfaction and happiness. S so the lesson is that you don't need to be like a philanthropist like just basis and feel good giving away money. You could give away that pocket change or whatever. And it really does kind of lead to similar feelings of doing something kind for

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"milly" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"milly" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

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Learning How To Like Myself with Melly Lee

First of All

06:47 min | 1 year ago

Learning How To Like Myself with Melly Lee

"Readings Melis. Welcome to welcome to percival Meli and her news. If you love. I love that you welcome me and my nerves where here waiting yeah. You can dig into anything. Go ahead. Yeah. We we are your safe-space went. Do you remember when we recorded the other episode introvert went over a year ago right I think like it least I want to say like twenty eighteen because that's when it got came back to the states that is a long ago. How Does twenty eighteen. Yeah because I left I left, I left la in two thousand, seventeen ellen debris lived abroad for about a year came back, and then we started talking about traveling I and then I kept setting you introverted means you WANNA. Talk about the introverted yeah because I was so. The brilliance of the memes you send me are. So again, it's so sustained. It says everything in like an image, which is why I think like brilliant memes are so valuable they they convey everything but you intrigued me for sure it was like I never looked at the world this way. Thank you. But this this is a we're also investigating the compatibility of our personality types. For Yeah, we're very compatible compatible and I love it and basically, I, would just to bring everybody on the same page what I was realizing because I go I fluctuate between an NF and the NFL. But we're both like between me me we're both Weirdos but we love each other's weirdness that's the basic summary. It's grilled think I don't think we're weird I think everyone else get on our level. Thank you actually said thank you. So I agree So yeah, I have to up in my intro because door you and basically what prompted this whole thing can get everyone on the same page was even writing this dope blog that I've been consuming and you and I been working out so we can catch everybody up on all of that but it's kind of this general premise of the the journey we've been going on in Covid of like. Accepting ourselves and like being our best selves. Having this unique experience of actually like really thriving in the middle of complete utter chaos like not being blind to the chaos but. Yeah and that's why I've been bonding with you all year long and it's been really really great even though the world has been a dumpster fire. We've actually hung out more this year than ever before. Yeah. When people have been asking me how I'm doing like I mentioned you I mentioned our group workout. been a very significant part of my of my. Pandemic. So thank you for that. Oh likewise, likewise, you've been a great friend, a great sounding board and it's a pleasure being stuck inside a different place. All my God, it's the. Dream let us unite separately in different houses. Yes. Yes and consciously connect when it's could meet like it makes sense and it's comfortable. Am I? Yes say otherwise no. I. Love It. It's good boundaries and good. Emotional exploration and one of the themes like one of the entries from your blog that is super like I got very move just by the title was when you're talking about learning to like yourself. So I thought that could be a good jumping off point to kind of just dive into all the thoughts and feelings because there have been a lot. And I wanted to like lazy like can we just talk about the instagram because let's go back to the beginning shall we or like? Yes to contextualize who you are because we don't know if people have listened to our first episode together how how did you? What is your elevator pitch for me? Well now I'm a I'm supposed to be a photographer, but I'm stuck in quarantine shoe facetime and I work out a lot and retouched photos. That's. Like that's pretty much will pages right now. My background is in portrait photography in commercial photography, alive entertainment. My spare time was was spent doing nature photography and a lot of legs just outdoor exploration but you'll everything's kind of off the table now in can't do any of that. Like I'm a photographer. Photographer when the world says, I can be a photographer. Just, kind of retouching photos on a large scale and. I've been writing a lot dislike bogging more. So I things like this time has been given. The has a lot to be introspective and just. I had a previous blog that was more for my photography and I had a hard time writing on the blog released continuing to write on there just because I, started that blog in. Reich right. When I'm out of college my early twenties and it was more just trying to me setting myself up to. Seem like I was like, Hey, I'm of Darfur look at my work I. Know My Shit Yeah and. What I look back on it now I read it I'm like Oh. Yeah I'm I'm a coffee little twenty year old. which which makes sense it makes sense. Yeah So just out of this of quarantine, I started a new blog called now starving artists that it was a euro, I sat on for a while because I liked the name which came from this. There was a joke back in the day in right out of college where up to my close friends they would disappear months at a time and then they would never hear from me because I was probably like somewhere in La trying to do some sort of Hustler on a project that I would just ignore my phone's like Oh. Yeah. Milly died but then she'll come back and resume. A few months later so I I bought this year L. because it was a toddler blog at first I like kind of right. I would of write letters to my friends essentially like no I'm not dead. Yeah. I am not a starving artist. This is what I've been doing this to working on but then I eventually scrapped it he he became better staying connected to friends inside and With quarantine and everything I kinda resurrected that you're al again just so that I could reflect and be more introspective on things that I wish. I could I told myself back Beckenham starting and also It's been a good place for me costs like. What I feel what I went through and kind of finding just acceptance with the with the process and the journey and also like Morsel recognizing that things are not necessarily good or bad. They just are led. We project what we want them to be an they say hindsight is twenty twenty but really it's hindsight's twenty twenty because we choose the connect the events of the reasons and make it fit current. Yeah and I think just kind of being okay with the. See the world and not be so judgmental on our souls is a better state of mind via. A read. So it's just it's just kind of been my sounding board.

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'Palm Springs' Romantic Comedy Is A Total Winner For The Lockdown Era

Fresh Air

05:30 min | 2 years ago

'Palm Springs' Romantic Comedy Is A Total Winner For The Lockdown Era

"Are film critic Justin. Chang says it could be an especially good time to watch palm springs, a romantic comedy about two people forced to repeat the same day. Over and over again it stars Andy Sandberg, and Kristen, Milly Odi it streaming on Hulu and playing in some drive in theaters around the country. Palm Springs a hot ticket at this year's Sundance Film Festival one of the last public events to take place before the movie industry shutdown. I didn't see it there, but having caught up with it months later at home I can't help but feel as though this breezily entertaining movie. Please a little differently in the era of covid nineteen. It's a comedy. About is the LATIAN repetition which might not sound too appealing at a time when many of us are also leading lives of isolation and repetition. But don't let that dissuade you. This first feature directed by Max barbeque cow, and written by Andy Sierra turns out to be a total winner, Sharp, funny, and even profound in a sneakily offhand way. The story is a riff on that Herald Ramos Classic Groundhog Day in which Bill Murray had to keep replaying the same day until he learned to become a selfless person, but palm springs is trying to push that message. It knows that just getting through life with your dignity intact can be hard enough. That's certainly true for Sarah played by Kristen me not who's serving as maid of honor in her sister's wedding in the California desert town of Palm Springs. S Sarah Drinks too much and stumbles her way through the reception. She finds herself intrigued by one of the Guests Niles played by Andy, Sandberg. Niles is kind of a goofball, but also manages to work the room with disarming ease. It's almost as if he's been through this event before and knows everything that's going to happen. Sarah finds out why when she follows him that night into a mysterious cave out in the desert. Within seconds she's waking up the next morning only to find that. It's actually the same morning as before the morning of the wedding. Time has reset itself. In a panic Sarah Trucks Down Niles at the hotel where they're staying. He explains that when she entered the cave, she made a big mistake because he followed me. What's going on? I tried to stop. But, what is this? When is this? Yeah. About that so. This is today. Today is yesterday and tomorrow is also today. It's one of. Infinite time loop situations you might have heard about. That I might have heard about. There's been a lot of those infinite time loop situations in recent movies and TV. Some of them excellent like the Tom. Cruise Action Thriller Edge of tomorrow in the NETFLIX's mystery series. Russian doll. The pop savvy makers of Palm Springs clearly no those stories and suspect that you might know them to. As a result, they're able to jettison a lot of the usual exposition about how this world works and simply cut to the chase. Sarah is eager to bust out of the time loop but Niles. WHO's been stuck here for ages tries to dissuade her. Virtuous acts won't work. Suicide won't work although that doesn't Stop Sarah driving straight into the path of an oncoming truck just to see what happens. Eventually Niles persuades her to stop fighting the space time continuum, and just enjoy their time together, and so she does with the threat of permanent removed. These two misfits are suddenly free to embrace the craziness of every moment. Sometimes, they blow off the wedding to go on long desert drives and hang out in bars. Sometimes they stick around for the wedding, so they can play tricks on the guests. WHO WON'T REMEMBER ANYTHING ANYWAY? The guests are played by fine actors. Including Peter Gallagher June squibb and Meredith Hagner. J. K. Simmons also gives a terrific wildcard performance as a guy who POPs up at the wedding on Sundays, but not others for reasons that the story will soon make amusingly clear. As fiendishly clever, as it is on the surface, palm springs has a pretty straightforward takeaway, since life can sometimes be pointless and tedious whether you're stuck in a time loop or not, you might as well spend it with someone you love. It's pretty good advice. Even Still Sarah doesn't know how much longer she can stand being trapped in this desert purgatory, especially since Niles seem so lazily resigned as fate. I won't give away whether they succeed in escaping or not I will say that the movie doesn't entirely avoid a tired gender dynamic in which a smart determined woman has to expend a lot of emotional and mental energy, and just to get her boyfriend to WanNa move forward. But I love the way the actors conspired subvert that Dynamic Sandberg isn't that's Hilarious as he was in the Music Biz? Satire pop star never stopped never stopping, but he does have the whole. Doofus slacker routine down Pat. But, he's eclipsed by Milly Ot, a versatile performer who won a grammy for the Broadway musical once, and who can turn from madcap comedy to breathtaking emotion on a dime. I'd watch her. Any Day. Justin Chang is a film critic at the L. A. Times.

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"milly" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"All Milly now wanting to know yeah J. thanks for the call wow that's a tough one that's a tough one okay enough and call back in a few weeks what is going on for me right back with more the Taliban here did you know that the second amendment was written to protect the slave patrols in South Carolina and Georgia back in the day it's in my new book the hidden history of guns and the second amendment available wherever you find great books we have a new very overtime Marvin dot com for the people who support our our program and it's it's an interesting one the end of the phrase pull yourself up by your bootstraps has a really interesting history and the exploitation of that phrase and that history by right wingers in twentieth century America late twentieth century America now twenty first century America also has a a fascinating and rather grim history yeah just the the the general absurdity of the idea that somebody can lift themselves off the ground by reaching down and pulling on a strap on their boats I mean just think about it for a second but its use this is this is used as justification by right wingers you know particular over the last forty years since the Reagan revolution to say all you know poor people it's all in their poverty is their own fault check it out it's overtime or Max out of here with you and Carol and Idaho falls Idaho.

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The Elephant's Dilemma

Stories Podcast

10:58 min | 2 years ago

The Elephant's Dilemma

"Once upon a time there was a mean. Old Man named Mr Price who owned a zoo at least he called it a zoo but that was too glamorous in reality it was just a small collection of sad animals once he'd had big crowds watching his tigers and lions and colorful exotic birds but those animals were gone and the crowds went with them. Now it was just Mr Price. A handful of abandoned huts and little millie. The old man yelled every morning throwing out a bucket of half rotten vegetables time for breakfast. Little Millie was an elephant and despite what he called her she was anything but little. Oh Boy oh boy she'd say gobbling every last wilted bite breakfast and then she dig in her long trunk wagging happily little. Millie had gotten the name back when the zoo was thriving old. Mr Price had brought her. In when she was no more than a calf. She'd spent her early days tied to a heavy iron stake in the ground. A long rope looped about her thick neck the old man would bring guests around to pat her for a dollar a piece at I milli had tried to pull her way free but she was only a little thing and hadn't been able to move the heavy iron stake. The rope would go tight on her neck and she'd poll and pull but nothing would happen. It was terrible so eventually she just stopped trying but that was in the old days when the zoo still had guests and animals. Now it was just. Millie and the visitors were few and far between and old Mr Price. Never a nice man was now absolutely nasty. You useless mangy brute. He'd started saying some nights throwing food haphazardly at her feet. If you were more interesting maybe we'd have some business. The mean words. Were only a part of it. He started to feed her when he felt like it. Watered her even less and just generally didn't seem to care. He spent almost all his time in his little log. Cabin all shut away. He got so careless that one night he forgot to latch the fence to the zoo and later when the moon was shining the door swung open creaking slightly in the dark Hello set a one eyed Fox peering cautiously past the open door. His coat was rich and read his is young and curious and his dark whiskers bobbed in the moonlight. The gate was open. He said to me. I saw you all alone here in the yard and thought you looked bored. I'm sow you WANNA come to dinner with me. And my friends Millie's heart sword. It had been years since the last animal left and Mr Price was terrible company. A dinner sounded like just the thing. Well I'd love to little. Mealy said then looked sadly at the rope and the Iron Spike. How do I escape though? She asked even all these years later. She was still tied to that. Same iron stake in the ground. Of course she'd grown a lot since then now she was easily ten feet tall and nearly ten thousand pounds but little. Millie didn't seem to realize that in her mind she was still that same week. Little Baby Calf. Just pull out. The steak said the Fox ears twitching. You're so big he can't keep you here. I tried to pull out the steak. Said Milly thinking about all those attempts all those years ago. It doesn't work. It didn't work sal corrected. You're different now. If all that's holding you is that rope. You could escape anytime you wanted little. Millie thought about trying to escape into the forest and then she remembered being young how the rope would go tighter and tighter on her neck how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She couldn't bear to live through that again. I can't do it. She said. I just can't are you. Sure ask how we're going to play freeze tag in the trees high. Bet Your trunk would be good for tagging little. Millie side a big breeze from her leathery lips. She knew her trunk would be great for tagging. But I can't break free. She said I'm sorry. It really looks like you could sal said well. I can't Milley said stamping her giant foot. The Fox shrugged and disappeared into the night suit yourself. He called over his shoulder. Maybe next time it turned out next was only a few nights later old. Mr Price left the gate open again and the Fox slipped back inside the old zoo this time. He had a strange horse with him. All striped black and white. This is the elephant. I was telling you about South said Hey Elephant. This is my friends stripes. Milly jumped to her feet. Her annoyance with sal had faded over the last couple of days and she was once again. Happy for the company. Mr Price was getting worse feeding her less than just sitting in his log. Cabin yelling at her out the window. Hey there she called back high stripes. My name is millie. Thanks for coming to visit. I used to live here. I'm a zebra stripes back before your time. I escaped into the woods and now I'm a living free when South told me about. You all tied up here. I thought I'd come to invite you to dinner so you can see what it's like. Well if he told you about me being all tied up said Milly in a huff then you know I can't leave. Sal and stripes blinked at her but come on said stripes. It's just a tiny rural. Bend a little stake in the ground. Your literally the biggest animal I've ever seen. Well Milly thought about it. She took a step and then another. Maybe I can do it. She thought maybe I can break free. Then the rope ran out and she felt it go tight on her neck in her mind. It just kept getting tighter and tighter. She remembered how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. I can't she said softly stopping in her tracks. I tried and I just can't I think you could. Sal said yes. We believe in you said stripes. I told you I can't go. She snapped the Fox and Zebra looked at each other. All right then if you say so. They walked back into the woods. And Millie was all alone. She was annoyed with them for bothering her when they knew she couldn't get herself free like last time. Though her annoyance faded over the next few days soon she was hungry for company again. It didn't help that. Mr Price was getting worse and worse. He never even bothered to leave his log cabin to feed her these days. He would just yell at her and throw old scraps through the window. Milly was starting think it was time to leave. She got her chance a few nights later when Mr Price left the zoo gate open again this time. Millie was thrilled to see sal and stripes again and a sleek Brown Fisher. Cat slunk along beside them. Hi Millie Sal called. This is our friend L. The Fisher cat. Hello Milli said L. I've never met an elephant before I've never met a Fisher cat before. Do you want to be friends? He said Milly laughing. We're all friends. Said Sal smiling. Yes said stripes. That's why it's time you get out of this awful zoo. Come on where here to invite you to dinner. Milly grown to herself. She was finally making friends and they had food. The big elephant felt her belly rumble. Oh food old. Mr Price wasn't always so accurate when he threw her meals out the window. So some suppers milly just missed. I WANNA go. Millie said I really do so? Come on said L. That's just a tiny little rope and your giant. You totally just walk away. Milly felt tears rushed to her. Is She wanted friends? She didn't want to be stuck to be yelled at and tied down. But what choice did she have even thinking about it? She could feel the rope heavy on her neck in her mind. She remembered it getting tighter and tighter. She imagined how she'd pull and pull and nothing would happen. She imagined how she'd fail. I can't she said I've tried. Maybe tried when you were little said L. But look at you. Look how you've grown you can do different things now. I'm sorry said Sal. But Millie the only thing holding you back is you. Millie felt her heart thumping in her chest. She felt tear sting at her is. Why did they have to bring this up again? Couldn't they see she was trapped? You don't get it. She said her. Long trunk thrashing. Just go leave me alone. Milley said stripes. We are just trying to help. Just go she trumpeted and they all stopped and then they turned and they went.

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Wacky Khakis: *Chef's Kiss*

Pants On Fire

08:57 min | 2 years ago

Wacky Khakis: *Chef's Kiss*

"Of Wacky Khakis Deborah each. Tell one story about the world but only one of those stories is true while the other one lie and it's the job of two human children to figure out which one is which and here to referee. Today's game of Wacky Khakis is odd producer. The man who buys US Bagels Lisa. Hi Deborah great to be here today. Know why don't you tell us about today's topic? Why not our FEMA for this episode is shifts kiss? Deborah and Lisa will be telling us about culinary artists who stories are so strange. You'd think it was all made up and of course one of them is all made up. That's not nice dude We should really only true stories on this show. I guess I mean then. We wouldn't really have a game to play so this is all just a game to you. yes okay. That's fine I just WanNa make sure. We're fine Lisa which you please introduce. This week's human child contestant it would be either my pleasure over my honor. I'll tell you that another day are human child. Contestants are lily. You might recognize from the cheer episode. Unless you haven't listened to it yet then you won't recognize her but you will when you listen to it later and her brother. Hudson who you probably don't recognize either way but you will after you listen to this episode. Oh Hi Lili. Hey how come. We're so happy you're here to play. Wacky Khakis are you guys ready? Yeah yes milly. How did you enjoy your time on? The Cheer Episode Is Really Really Fun. What did you learn there? One thing that stuck out to you that you learned on the Cheer Episode People who even ten relate truthful can be liars. That's an important thing we try to communicate on this show as you guys know our topic today is what chef's kiss. I knew that so lily Hudson. You guys know anything about cooking Actually were starting a restaurant with my friend. Wow when when? Can we make reservations for your restaurant? we're still setting it up. Okay does he have to order some curtain. What do you serve at? Your restaurant as lots of stuff so I can't until you all of them but one is clan tender tiny lemon tons and honey. Yeah how about any vegetables? Anything Green starts at the letter now xylophone but it is about stable. You agree with that. We establish in the Cheer Episode Bat Lily. Does NOT CARE FOR ZUCCHINIS. Care for her love. Time to play Wacky Khakis. Deborah Lisa will each have a minute and changed. Tell their stories before the timer sound. We played around of rock paper scissors before you got here. And Lisa was disqualified for trying to use. Actual scissors were barbara shares. Which means Deborah to go first? You're ready to tell the world your story. I can't wait okay. You're timer will begin now. We've all been there before it's seven PM. Were starving and there's nothing good to you in the house. A look through the cabinet reveals little more than canned. Lima beans and the only option is run to the grocery store. Even as your stomach growls for something to eat right now at least those are usually the only options but not so for the residents of Larochelle France hometown to the self-styled wandering chef. Taunt Selene selene French for and Selene is both a renowned French chef and highly regarded mine and for a surprisingly reasonable fee. She will come to your home in full costume and makeup and silently. Prepare a fabulous meal using just the ingredients in your kitchen. One satisfied customer. Maurice took to YELP DOT COM to sing her praises rating. I had nothing in my home. But ten white beans and half a jar of tomato paste but talk Selena arrived and made the most delicious Vegan Pasta and my wife and I have ever tasted. She's also a mime of the highest calibre and had US cracking up for forty minutes. Straight Five Stars Tom. Selene can not be reached by cell phone email or website and it is said that one cannot find her but as though a guardian angel in your our greatest needs. She will find you one important thing to note top. Selene does not do dishes but rather acts out cleaning up as part of her mind routine satisfied customers have described her pretend cleaning as polaris and strangely touching hemmed tie nicely done debra. Thank Lily Hudson. What did you guys think of Deborah Story? It was pretty cool but it didn't sound the most convincing. Should I say it again but this time really sell it just because you don't find Deborah Trustworthy? It's because like I mean no one can just find you buy you boom. Put like the OH. I don't have enough food to really eat anything on instagram. So she wouldn't really know that but Lake Hudson what do you think I think it kind of sounds like a makeup starring? I guess we'll find out it's now time for leases story of a culinary curiosity. Lisa your timer will begin. Tripadvisor DOT COM is the make or break online platform for restaurants across the world. If enough people leave five-star reviews. Your restaurant can become the most popular dining spot in all of London. Even if it doesn't exist this is what a man named Ube Butler discovered in two thousand seventeen when he paid a bunch of his friends to leave five star reviews for a fake restaurant that was in reality. Justice Jed in his backyard. He called it the shed at Dulwich and advertised it on tripadvisor as a chic and modern restaurant that served moods rather than meals. The photos of his food were all fake as well including a chocolate Mousse that was actually just a sponge covered in brown pain as the shed became the number one rated London eatery tripadvisor Butler was swarmed with reservation requests. Not Actually prepared to serve anyone any food let alone the best food in London. He told collar after caller. That is highly exclusive restaurant fully booked up for months which only made them want to eat there. More Butler finally decided to allow guests eat at his fake restaurant for one night that winter to hide the appearance of his house which looked like a five-star dining establishment he convinced customers to wear a blindfold until they entered a dockyard guests were served frozen microwave dinners and canned soup with fresh herbs sprinkled on top of course to make it look a fancy diners reported that they loved the unique experience and were eager to return they were in Paris last night. Yuba giggled about his gullible customers. And tonight there at the. Shan't and dime very nicely done Lisa Hudson Lily. What did you think of that story? It sounded a bit more convincing than this girl just walking around finding you when she just needed meals. I agree with you. I thought it was super convincing. I thought my reading of it was really good and I deserve an A. But who would do such a thing? That's so mean versus somebody else. Who finds you? Maybe she hears that. You're really hungry. And she does something positive and good as opposed to this liar who pretends to have a restaurant. That's just mean well. It's decision time. Time to decide. Who's story is one hundred percent grass fed organic truth and who's been cooking up

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A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

3D Printing Today

05:19 min | 2 years ago

A Shipping Container That Is Actually a Huge 3D Printer?

"There's an interesting news story. came out a little while ago that on the surface. It doesn't seem like all that big a deal but I thought it was really interesting. It's really two different companies. He's coming together and integrating into a system that will allow the capability to take a basically a factory in a box and take it anywhere in the world and produce a relatively large scale. Object or objects Utilizing the integration with the manufacturing software remotely so they basically this company mill the pronounce Mili Mille by M. I L L E Milli bought now now the story about Milly bought. They came out a couple of years ago there was no photographs graphs of what they were talking about. It was like this pie in the sky idea to put a large-scale. FDM three printer inside a looks. Like a container. Hainer see cargo contest. See cargo container and and finally. They're showing US photographs in this article of how they actually did it. And it looks pretty impressive. Basically basically it's it's The the printer takes up almost the entire container. It opens up on a sideways door and in partnering with of the Three D. Printer. Os The you. Could you could send your factory to the location. And then send send the parts to the printer which then is generated where it's needed And I see the value in having to do that in in like emergencies If you have a particular part that's so large that has to be printed to certain specifications on this type of machine and you got a question. Just how many parts do really well really do that with mum. I really really don't know but it's a pretty large printer. It shows a helicopter. And you gotta wonder what's three printed on that helicopter I. I'm not sure about the the the helicopter being there. That seems like a very bad idea at three Bernie chopped or parts. I think you look at it and you. You think maybe they're just three D. printing the seat. I don't if you if you look at the last picture in the article. Looks like the the tail on the helicopter is now three. D. Printed did not know about that and that really bad. I'm not familiar with that design of helicopter psych. I couldn't really tell you what it it's very small appears to have an open cockpit so it's like a small experimental helicopter wouldn't get me in that hell and now the three deeper detail. No but yeah I think. The the idea of a building. Large format printer inside a seat cargo container or is brilliant. Because you've basically got this large you know. Relatively accurate fabrication steel box. Yeah that Tom In America. At least I'm not sure where where they're based but in America. Because of the the trade imbalance we have with China released till very recently had with China there's so many seekonk containers that end up on American shore that there's nothing for us to put in them and ship them back to China so you can get them incredibly basically as you can get them for scrap price basically now And so you know in in terms of having a enclosure enclosure for three D. Printer of that size. That's the cheapest thing you can you can get. I mean there's people building houses out of them because they're so cheap you just you just press pressed a button how that hurts us. You know we're in California and There's a lot of homeless here. Sure there's homeless here because it's it's expensive to live here and a lot of people from a lot of other places. Come here because the weather is more amenable. When you don't have a roof over your head sure and and the cargo containers modified into housing units would be a good solution? I would be a great solution of things that they're good enough for hipsters. But are they A. Are they good enough for homeless people. I mean that's the question but But yeah it takes a lot to to make it into a good living unit. You know you gotta put in a lot of insulation insulation and stuff but there was a movie just a little while ago that came out a Steven Spielberg film science fiction movie where everybody was living cargo. Oh in the in the stacks. Yeah those are actually old old House trailers that they just built built sort of these like Like pallet racking kind of stacks. They could stack up all the house trailers and so. Oh Yeah I forget the name of it right now but it was. That was a good on the virtual virtuality Y.. Yeah I think so. Is the gay layer one. Yeah yeah that was cool. Yeah but if you if you want you know just a big big box to build a three d printer in on this is this is Berlin. You could store outside and you know you could. I mean itself and let the Sun do the internal heating. There you go down. Yeah you know containment and you're not breaking any any rules

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"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"The fucking pain? You fucking Shit. Runway high thought. I was so impressed. Well I- Onis. Yeah well I get excited to speak Japanese junk but I love speak Japanese. Hope that maybe we can do this. My God oh ooh metaphor boy this this wall. Thank you so much for coming on. I can't really drum as to me just the takeover of a district. Ah This podcast guests calling uh-huh a piece of shit is great. It's a great. I'm sure that's how every episode of Joe Rogan. Yeah you would applaud. Yes I actually do. My God cast all. Dick is trash. If you can't tell I know yeah I have all this. Shush me working on some cool Steph next out already. I'm recording episodes. Now get google be on the lookout lookout follow me on twitter at Wackos intolerant or or instagram. A million fire. And if you're an Asian guy no if you're a guy and you have an in unit washer dryer central. AC Car or a nice dog or good credit. HIT ME UP I. I'm taking. Submissions ambitions. Were lay registration on coming seasons. Hell Yeah and you can also lay registration late season. Alright check her out. On the Graham Ram you can also follow us on their at Asian Asian pod and I'm also on their food C. H. E. OF YOU MY ABC E. Don't follow. You can follow me at Julia ship on. Everything's thanks and thank you guys so much for listening Amelie. You're such a delight. Thank you so much. We got to solve our problems. We did they actually.

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"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Have found out. Let's let's let's back. I was like you had this fantasy world and then it's like just posit. Everything funny a lot of Comedians. Do this and I got therapists and rewind a little bit. This is all good stuff. So you've had this image of what an Asian person might be like you started dating. Some Asian men turns out. That's not we're about wrong completely agree with that. I mean did you. Were you dating age. Induced high school. Where Asian Miami like? Not I I feel like there's more now or maybe I'm just noticing more because like but like there there wasn't really like there is only like three Asian kids in my high school of like three thousand there again. There's like ethnically maybe Peruvian. You're like people from like back back but but yeah but my first crush nine looked back. My first crush was Philippino guy with his allies. And I was like I tell you from when I was in fifth grade I was like man. Maybe it was just Dorma in me like there's like some what was his name. Lucas miles miles. I don't know his out. I actually won't go there can I. Do you think okay. Here's this is interesting. Because what's her name Isa rate. was that a name the yeah. She commented a little bit ago saying like. Oh black woman should date Malaysian guys. Is it will. I'm wondering if there is like an interesting link there that's like okay. This is what I'm saying. Okay so since I've Gone Open I've tried. I didn't WanNa try the major apps because I was like. I don't want people to see me so facebook has dating APP. I just so. Let's listen I know I know but obviously what I'm saying so much. I always just like it's on the fucking apt there's a heart sign and apparently apparently just click activate your already have it. You don't have to download anything so I was like. I'll just try this for a couple of hours to see what the deal is. The do I did it okay. I sent the Asia range the twenty five to forty five. Okay and I'm on their age range. I go forty five. You know what they say they say can't find a good man. You need a raise. What I don't like.

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"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"My God like so. That's like what I was used to. You have completely roast zapping such an ego boost. So you're saying my racism is at the right level man man. I was just not yes too so I do one apologized. Just busting your balls. I wasn't like I wasn't like I didn't like sit you down and like I think you're Japanese. Japanese sucks dude but instead of best best friend. That's what I said. I said this is my number one friend but that's cute in English. That's cute but like well actually only the I forgot it. You're like you said Gee I e number one friend I mean. It's not grammatically it. Is that correct correct. My point is he's not wrong but my point is I'm sorry I shouldn't have done that to you. And there's a whole all history to that because my family is that to me. Yes and other somebody free agent and I speak a different language but if it's your second language or if it's not be for you but Spanish language like your parents or your Spanish as wet a lot of kids deal with that in America and I took it out weirdly on you at a party. I don't know why should for you. Yes how old were you when you realize you or your parents.

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"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"But the also you're doing it on facebook which I think is the lamest part of all of that using the facebook built and they had it on there so I thought I'd try you know nobody. Nobody thinks to your point. I think that making where I think a lot of times. I'm no expert. My relationship fell apart. I'm a mess. I don't know how to date anyone right right now but I feel like sometimes when you're in a relationship you feel like I can you kind of are are trapped in a way if you're in a monogamous committed relationship. You're like even if I don't want to the fact that I know I can't do something like you're kind of stuck but the fact that you both have the choice it's like you also are then choosing to be together. I just feel like Oh shit like the choice to be together in some ways even stronger guy. That's a great pitch. You say that relationship the choice waist to be too I mean honestly no kidding about. I think that's cool. I I wish you both. Well thank you yeah makes you stronger in the NC other. Hope so too. I I. Can't you know if he ever have kids together or something. This is not something I'd want to entertain or at least not now or today. Yeah you know I think it kind of just trying it. Like who said that among US relationship passive look like this all the time. Yeah they can take different shapes and forms. So Oh that's been good and I appreciate you listen to me because I don't know if I told Mike this to his face. Mike Respond. Mary talked about it. Wants just about it and not me trying. Yeah but I remember he was just like I'll let him defend himself next week when he's back in the fought so mike. If you're listening I'm not shitting on you but I remember one time. He said to me he's like show me a successful open relationship like show me what that looks like. It was like you know what their people aren't openly talking talking about it because it's not accepted and also to be honest with you. I bet there are more successful. People were open relationships than there are more successful Asian comedians. Okay either way more so I don't know I think him and I are trying to do with their careers. It's way more risky than what I'm doing my girlfriend. You know this white nonsense. Yeah I think he told me that he if if he had presented this idea to his wife his wife would just be like. Oh you're like too involved comedy. You have to quit now like you know what I mean. It's like there's something wrong with like you've been exposed to these heathens kind of thing. But that's the branding that it has when you say open relationship which I reject that brand i. I don't think it has asked look like that again. It's like open relationship could just be like. Hey can I just like flirt with people at the bar that could be. It's a thing it's not like I think there's there's a difference between being in an open relationship and open relationships can look like a lot of things and being like poly where it's like. You have a bunch of partners. Leo these are people who are consistently in your your life. You have to keep maintain those relations. You're not trying to maintain juggle a bunch of yeah. I mean even now if five flirting with somebody at a show or something like that my conscience is so clear. You know it's like I don't feel guilty in the slightness. Oh now I'm like Josh. She knows bet. I'm doing this and they're talking about this on stage yet a little bit. But I don't know what's funny about it other than like the facebook thing it's like it's so funny because I'm an open relationship but haven't really done that much. I gotta go do stuff and then figure out what's funny that's true. You just set up the rules does your yeah. Yeah Open Baby. Nothing has happened for business. No one has lost through the gates. No one has walked through. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go out of business the school I And I think the thing is it's like if it starts not working then you stop and you just talk about it and it's like it's such a scary thing I think for men especially I feel like I duNNo. I kinda feel like there. I think it's also like a really straight thing not saying you specifically but I feel like like Hetero normative relationships and like meant monogamous hetero normative relationships too. It's like men are so territorial of women as property in a way where it's like. I feel like some guys would be like well. Well you know I guess if you're going to hook up with like anyone it could be a girl because like if you bring like like I think a lot of guys would be okay K with a woman their girlfriend hooking up with another woman but not another guy because that is scary to the male ego which it's like babe those girls that's Kinda who's going to see a serious it's like it's yeah like that's I don't know I feel. I think you guys are handling it. Well though as long as you posted man I mean it's very possible that I'll be single and five months as well. Yeah I mean I think it's just like forces you to talk to each other a lot so it's been it's been good but yeah the sex soda. SEX EPISODE IS COMING UP. We're super excited very funny. So we hope you guys enjoyed the way the episode and We'll see on the other side unexcited. Talk about this with our our guest today. And she is gave her new title her titles. Junior horny correspondent. Respondent is what we're going with today. Why junior well you know? Brian is senior but he might get fired. So your Bryant gotta go gotTA gotTa go on senior more than one. I wanted to give you a different title but I. I didn't know Horn. I didn't want to call you like yeah. Okay all right take those just the credits you're going to read for me or has done other things other than being horn see is She's been emphasis on the end redux and has worked on a collaboration with H. B. O. N. Y. Through air. So what could cut talk about your biggest credit and the one. I'm most interested in exploring today. Is You've been banging Asian dues since two thousand eight. Let's give it up tomorrow Oh Damn good thanks. Good thanks for having me. I like have longtime listener. And you know I don't know if the having pot I'm not Asian but there's the not Asian and the title. Yeah and you know I I just WANNA say I've been practicing my Japanese so could it cut new Hongo decade. Oh my God you WanNa start.

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"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"milly" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"So check it out by downloading the APP with the link in the description box of this airy episode assode Asian avengers. So we thank you so fuck five aged guys together stealing place. Do I think everyone should have a gun. Maybe you can look me up. I don't care care. Uh what's up everybody. Welcome to Asian that. He's and podcast a podcast to Asian guys now from Asia. Talk about American issues. American cares about. I am your house. Fumi obey and today Mike to win is gone. He's on vacation so I've replaced them with a better. funnier combined. Julius ship Liz. Thanks for coming on the show on saving saving the podcast. Really absolutely yeah we. We had a strict audition process. Where like how do we? Who Do we respect the first person you hundred percent? Oh thank God. We had two other people people like in the queue who I can't tell you Shout out to our network listening party and Canal Radio Instagram at listening party. Hardy presents an economic radio or market. And if you're listening to this on spotify soundcloud whatever apple podcast on your phone. Take a screen shot. Put It on instagram. Tag Association. That Asian pod please. It really helps when you re tweet it or retirement or whatever it's called and then if you're tunes listener please leave a review. Today's the sex episode. We we did with milly tomorrow. She's she's a friend of ours a comedian but Julian I wanted to do like a little. I don't even know what this is a little side hustle here. Is that what it's called a side hustle. What is it called? When you a sidebar assign a Sidebar Segment Man Side pee pees?.

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It's that Prime Day time of the year again (The 3:59, Ep. 577)

The 3:59

05:30 min | 3 years ago

It's that Prime Day time of the year again (The 3:59, Ep. 577)

"The. The three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm forgetting, yes, it's time again for Amazon's prime day, the annual shopping bonanza that this year will include over one million deals worldwide. So exciting Alford. Do you ever buy anything on prime mostly by useless stuff on prime day last year I bought a cot it was half off? It was like a half off Kat. Okay. I don't know why don't use it anymore. And then I think the year before that, I bought a cat tree for like thirty bucks. That's a pretty good. Catch that catch Ray also. It's eighty dollars like when it's not on sales. So there are some good deals on prime day. There are also some stupid deals on prime day. You can just rest assure that they're going to be a lot of deals. And I'm sure people are going to be really excited about it. It's one of the new things that's going to be happening this year is that I know you're gonna love hearing about this. Amazon is planning on making prime day more of like an experience. So they had a live streamed concert with areana 'Grande last year. And they told me without many details, obviously to expect a lot more entertainment stuff, because it's not just for shopping, it's, you know, we're celebrating our prime members hate it. When brands do that. Like, look, we don't care about you, as a company or as an experienced, like people come to prime day or Amazon, at least for like deals like Jimmy cheap stuff. I'm not here to like see, like how cool Amazon is. Has a brand like wow. They got Milly vanilla to do a life dream concert. Get outta here like. I feel like they look at prime day as if it's going to be like the next Christmas, or for jars basically, that's exactly what they're doing. It's, it's, it's a primate tradition. And it's like no get out of here. We just want cheap stuff. Literally, it you don't you're not a person to me. You don't matter to me. I don't care that there's a person behind that screen, you are a company and I just want cheap stuff from you. I like this. I like this part of Alfred, and we look forward to doing a lot more of this type of prime day coverage. So look out for that. We wanna get to our next story cybersecurity for firm. Cyber reason cyber reasons, cyber is terrible name said it uncovered vast hacking operation in which hackers infiltrated multiple mobile carriers for years. They even had the ability to shut down communications at a moment's notice. How did this happen? Yes. So they had hacked more than a dozen mobile carriers in the Middle East Africa Asia, and Europe, not the United States. No, there has been no activity in North America that they discovered which doesn't mean that they're not in the network is just that they haven't found it. But yeah, so they basically hack them through either these companies had a public facing server, that had no password on it, which seems to happen a lot, or they fished in employee who just happened to cling, on any link link that pops open their inbox pretty, pretty typical hacker tools. Yeah, yeah. So it's not anything like really crazy, but the sophisticated but is about how they spread. So once they were in the network. It was basically. All right. How many computers does this log in have access to this many computers? Okay. So then let's access all those computers. And then, from there, once they have access to those computers continues, like breaking down, like a really bad pyramid scheme. But essentially, they do all that until they get escalated privileges which then they create accounts for themselves. Basically posing as the IT team sign crazy. Yes, they worked as kind of this shadow IT team within these mobile carriers, which gave them a lot of privileges like they were able to shut down the network communications that they wanted to fortunately, or unfortunately, I don't know from what your perspective is the focus of this attack was more about espionage rather than disruption. So they wanted to be in the network and steal information from specific people. So they had access to hundreds of millions of people's records, but they chose to only download gigabytes of data on, like targeted individuals like less than one hundred people this pretty while the sounds like a government was behind it. Yes. So it's suspected to be the Chinese government, even because it's all the all the hacking tools. Are, you know what the Chinese government has used same methods, same kind of, like think philosophy of, you know, stay there, quietly and steal as much information as you can. They did it. The noise. But the thing is, is that, you know, this could also be a government like NC trying to frame the Chinese government on this attribution is extremely hard insiders security, so it's still unclear but, you know, all signs point to China as so we're out of time, but I did want to mention one quick story, the head of Instagram confirmed that a social network has no policy on deep fake videos, defects, is obviously, in area that we've been focusing on a lot of nuts. So it's interesting to see that Instagram doesn't even have a policy yet about it. But we'll see if they end up getting one in the future, the still trying to balance what they say the difference between safety and speech, either way, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on Ben FOX Rueben now Malvern. Thanks for listening.

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It's that Prime Day time of the year again (The 3:59, Ep. 577)

The 3:59

05:30 min | 3 years ago

It's that Prime Day time of the year again (The 3:59, Ep. 577)

"The. The three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm forgetting, yes, it's time again for Amazon's prime day, the annual shopping bonanza that this year will include over one million deals worldwide. So exciting Alford. Do you ever buy anything on prime mostly by useless stuff on prime day last year I bought a cot it was half off? It was like a half off Kat. Okay. I don't know why don't use it anymore. And then I think the year before that, I bought a cat tree for like thirty bucks. That's a pretty good. Catch that catch Ray also. It's eighty dollars like when it's not on sales. So there are some good deals on prime day. There are also some stupid deals on prime day. You can just rest assure that they're going to be a lot of deals. And I'm sure people are going to be really excited about it. It's one of the new things that's going to be happening this year is that I know you're gonna love hearing about this. Amazon is planning on making prime day more of like an experience. So they had a live streamed concert with areana 'Grande last year. And they told me without many details, obviously to expect a lot more entertainment stuff, because it's not just for shopping, it's, you know, we're celebrating our prime members hate it. When brands do that. Like, look, we don't care about you, as a company or as an experienced, like people come to prime day or Amazon, at least for like deals like Jimmy cheap stuff. I'm not here to like see, like how cool Amazon is. Has a brand like wow. They got Milly vanilla to do a life dream concert. Get outta here like. I feel like they look at prime day as if it's going to be like the next Christmas, or for jars basically, that's exactly what they're doing. It's, it's, it's a primate tradition. And it's like no get out of here. We just want cheap stuff. Literally, it you don't you're not a person to me. You don't matter to me. I don't care that there's a person behind that screen, you are a company and I just want cheap stuff from you. I like this. I like this part of Alfred, and we look forward to doing a lot more of this type of prime day coverage. So look out for that. We wanna get to our next story cybersecurity for firm. Cyber reason cyber reasons, cyber is terrible name said it uncovered vast hacking operation in which hackers infiltrated multiple mobile carriers for years. They even had the ability to shut down communications at a moment's notice. How did this happen? Yes. So they had hacked more than a dozen mobile carriers in the Middle East Africa Asia, and Europe, not the United States. No, there has been no activity in North America that they discovered which doesn't mean that they're not in the network is just that they haven't found it. But yeah, so they basically hack them through either these companies had a public facing server, that had no password on it, which seems to happen a lot, or they fished in employee who just happened to cling, on any link link that pops open their inbox pretty, pretty typical hacker tools. Yeah, yeah. So it's not anything like really crazy, but the sophisticated but is about how they spread. So once they were in the network. It was basically. All right. How many computers does this log in have access to this many computers? Okay. So then let's access all those computers. And then, from there, once they have access to those computers continues, like breaking down, like a really bad pyramid scheme. But essentially, they do all that until they get escalated privileges which then they create accounts for themselves. Basically posing as the IT team sign crazy. Yes, they worked as kind of this shadow IT team within these mobile carriers, which gave them a lot of privileges like they were able to shut down the network communications that they wanted to fortunately, or unfortunately, I don't know from what your perspective is the focus of this attack was more about espionage rather than disruption. So they wanted to be in the network and steal information from specific people. So they had access to hundreds of millions of people's records, but they chose to only download gigabytes of data on, like targeted individuals like less than one hundred people this pretty while the sounds like a government was behind it. Yes. So it's suspected to be the Chinese government, even because it's all the all the hacking tools. Are, you know what the Chinese government has used same methods, same kind of, like think philosophy of, you know, stay there, quietly and steal as much information as you can. They did it. The noise. But the thing is, is that, you know, this could also be a government like NC trying to frame the Chinese government on this attribution is extremely hard insiders security, so it's still unclear but, you know, all signs point to China as so we're out of time, but I did want to mention one quick story, the head of Instagram confirmed that a social network has no policy on deep fake videos, defects, is obviously, in area that we've been focusing on a lot of nuts. So it's interesting to see that Instagram doesn't even have a policy yet about it. But we'll see if they end up getting one in the future, the still trying to balance what they say the difference between safety and speech, either way, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on Ben FOX Rueben now Malvern. Thanks for listening.

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"milly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"milly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Lee. Who's brought strives? The. Who? Who? Leased jewelry. Through the. Who? That's. Thing. The. While we are here at McCoy stadium. That was the national anthem from the daughter apostles manager. Kennedy McMillan Milly McMillan so much Kennedy just gave.

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"milly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"milly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He's also a respected director and producer. And he joins us in studio. Welcome in Anson. Thanks for having me -solutely. Absolutely. All right. So happy days turned forty five this year. How did you get the role on this iconic series? Well, it's it's a long story the road on happiness. I don't think people realize that there were two pilots. Yes. Right. And the first one didn't have a Fonzie. No. It didn't have a ralphie and didn't have Tom Bosley. It didn't have any Moran. It had Marian. Ron and I held herald Google play the father. But it was a softish show. It was more like some forty two. You know, it was a year before graffiti, and there were really desperate and casting the pots character. I was going down. Audition the day before fittings and then shooting the next day. That's how tight it was. So I got the call to dishes and never really addition for pilot before so. Again, like a great in my car on the way, down pouring rain, and my car sales and back then they didn't have cell phones. Anything right? You schlep to pay fan. Right. And I'm like drench. I'm just drench. Yeah. And I call the auto club, right? Come give me. Well, it's going to be a few hours. We're swamped. Get back to the car. It's like I took a shower and this whole Corvair, and I'm sitting some sitting there, and I thought oh God it income age. I'm not walking back out there. That's too. So hours later, they come. It was just a loose wire. Whatever they get it done. But it's hours after the dishes, and I'm thinking, I might as well go home cast it it's done and something said in my head go forward. Boy, something downside. No, the Hannah cast don't know why. And so I'm four hours three hours late. I get to the studio. I get in. And I and I and I hear this voice. How you been Milly? Gus the casting director. Okay, I go. I'm this condemn broken down. I was you know, I couldn't she goes. Yeah. Lucky? We haven't found a pot. We haven't found potsy yet. What's potsy? Read this read this. So I so I remember, my friend how he shirts. So I used used his personality for the character. So I read she'll stay there will pay us. Because by the time, we got home the phone's ringing, and I got in the part while. Okay. I got. Yeah. We do the pilot is in seventy one it was a few years before that it was a new family intelligence. It was kind of a different thing. Yeah. Yeah. Well, actually, wasn't even seventy two. The year before. Okay. So so we do the pilot at goes. Oh, you're just ridic. Great. Oh my God. This for sure for sure going to sell them. I'm already like this is great. It doesn't. So I go back to conserve oif rules. I mean, it was it was a career literally there'd be a five page five lines. Yeah. So and then I not a lot. But so anyway, a year later mega fee comes out Iran's. Starring right. Yeah. Mary it comes out. I'm doing the show called Lisa Brighton. Dark in San Francisco. This whole Michael of fame movie. I get a call. They're doing another happy days pilot because American fetus popular, the Broadway show Greece's popular, they want to do another great. When are we shooting? Well, you're on dishing. What what what do you mean? I created the character. I I don't know that you know, he was a gold makes the rules. Yeah. They might they might you might be tooled. What? So now, we're down there. Now, we've got a screen test is holder you at the time twenty twenty two twenty three. Okay. If twenty three at the time, so and you know, but we looked like they face anyway, just corporate stuff. So there's like fifteen pairs of people playing pots Richie. But you mean, it's like pretty intimidating, but I go down there the day before from wardrobe fitting and Ronson getting more fitting, we're doing it together. He was answering..

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Lawsuits against Fortnite bring questions about the copyright of dances

TechStuff

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Lawsuits against Fortnite bring questions about the copyright of dances

"The lawsuit between pub g an EPA games. That's not the only legal headache. Epoch has had to endure. Thanks to this runaway. Success a fortnight one of those things that you can purchase in the game would be an Email or an action that you can choose your character to make based on a keystroke. So you might have emotes that are like a particular pose. But in fortnight, the emotes that are really famous are the various dances epic has created animations of numerous dances, some of which were already famous. Memes and therein lies the problem. Well, one of the problems the other problem is that there's some really Letitia folks out there who are hoping for a meal ticket. I think but there's fault on all sides. I would argue so one of the dances you can purchase. At least at one time was called fresh which was a nod to the source of this dance, the television show fresh prince of Bel-Air in that show. Alfonso Ribeiro who played the character Carlton did an iconic dance to Tom Jones's song. It's not unusual for night didn't lift the song. But it did lift the dance. And I'll Fonda has filed a lawsuit against the company claiming they're capitalizing on his celebrity and didn't give him any credit or compensation actor Donald phase on pointed to another instance in which epic games had included animation. That copied a dance he did in the television series, scrubs. Terrence two million Ferguson filed a lawsuit against epic games for. Using his Milly rock dance, Anita red acting on behalf of Russell backpack. Kid Horning filed a lawsuit because of the game using the floss dancing move, which Horning had made famous in an airing of Saturday night. Live Katy Perry was playing a song. And she threw a whole lot of focused toward Horning who then did the flaw stance. It went totally viral and became a huge Meemaw of itself. But here's the thing. He didn't invent that dance. You can just do a quick search on YouTube, and you will find there are lots of videos that well predate that Saturday Night Live performance one going all the way back to two thousand ten of people doing that dance. So my guess is that particular lawsuit won't go very far. Ultimately once they're able to show that this kid didn't create that dance. And that while that that particular Saturday Night Live episode might have elevated everyone's awareness of the flaw. Us. It. It's not like that kid has any claim to ownership of the dance. The cases, however, bring up a question can a dance become be righted. Can you copy write dance moves

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"milly" Discussed on The Marvin Chronicles

The Marvin Chronicles

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"milly" Discussed on The Marvin Chronicles

"Welcome back to the marlin chronicles. Today's episode is actually one of my favorites in terms of looking forward to i started my journey in southeast asia on a group tour and and thailand and it really set the tone for the rest of How i traveled in terms of taking trips. I love the tour so much in the people that actually took another tour to egypt like four or five months later so my guest today is going to be milling. She is the country manager for an operations and holds a lot of hats there at one life adventures. And we're gonna talk about how she became tore manager in actually croatia. Then she became a tour manager in the philippines became an operations manager and now is the co owner of slumber party. Hostile in pawtucket thailand. There's a lot there to dig into so be prepared. If you're interested in becoming a tormentor this is definitely a episode. You shouldn't miss and before we start if you'd like to support the show a check the show notes for some affiliate links. I have it for stash if you're interested in investing if you're in america you get a free five dollars to start Stashes something. I used to help fund my journey in addition to using blue host as A website host. And then. I have the equipment i use to record this podcast. Also before we start. I'm going to be heading out to the philippines here so my equipment will not be joining me. in terms. Of the the the usual microphones and stuff like that. However i'm going to try my hardest to continue interviewing people. I might be using Zoom online or using it and recording from my iphone. So this'll be a learning experience for both of us so there might be a little interruption in the schedule. But i promise you. As soon as i'm done with the philippines and vietnam where i'm doing a group trip I'll be going full force on the podcast so enjoy and here. We go all right. Today's guest is milly from new zealand. Millie tells about yourself. Hey mavin thanks for having me Yeah as you said. i'm from new zealand from a small country town in the north island. And i've been living in bali for about the pasta months i left new zealand around seven years ago. Saving and a half years and yeah. I'm pretty much just doing everything. I can to keep travelling and keep the dream alive a while. It's been seven years. I didn't know that seven years and tell us a bit about All the hats you wear in your current career. Okay sorry i try and keep myself pretty busy. i run operations for a talk company. One life adventures so we are basically based in the philippines sri lanka and japan. And i a hostile in thailand called slumber party so yeah very involved in the travel industry and they keep me pretty busy. That's exciting. I have to admit millie. This is one of my favorite interviews. I've been looking forward to this..

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