17 Burst results for "Mr. Crawford"

"mr. crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Pitches like it is. I don't know. I'm probably geek in out for the average baseball team right now, But when you take a dive into those numbers, it's just like that's that's That's just crazy. Yeah, it is crazy, and you're right about the foul balls. I was just about to give you that stat to so Shannon to Antoni Polly podcast. Welcome aboard everybody. Steve Moskowitz coming up, But before we get to that, guys We've been going through something collectively on the podcast on the Murphy Mac show in the Giants fan community where, um You know. Excuse me where Tony has come out with this. Like Brandon Crawford take just a take that he's I'd say that sum up. He's like an average hit. Well, what you It's actually Tony is your mission statement? Go ahead. What is your take Briefly? Well, first of all, I'd like to shout out the Twitter account. Freezing cold takes, which is really a funny account to follow because they literally find the worst possible Tex and then post them on Twitter like, For instance, last night, the Sixers gagged big time They had a huge point, a huge like 18 point lead or The fourth quarter, and they found a video of the Sixers fan yelling into his own camera turned to his own phone. 18 points going into the fourth quarter. There's no way we're blowing this and he had a Mohawk and his face is painted. He's wearing a six years jersey Six months, baby. Yeah, just crazy. So why freezing cold Take is that I said Crawford is an average to below average hitter which I stand by. He's having a power surge this year, but it all started back in August of 2020 when um Crawford hit his 100th career home run. And Murph really was really, really exuberant and jubilant. And, uh, celebrant celebratory, um, for Crawford's milestone, and I'm sure it's a nice milestone, but I didn't think it was anything worth A huge celebration because I think me personally as a fan of baseball, I expect 10 home runs a year from from guys in the middle of my lineup. Um, so I was not surprised. You know, 100 home runs and I I applaud it, but no big thing to me. And then that turned into Oh, Tony hates Crawford Crawford the worst. Tony Crawford sucks, Tony. Oh, just Tony hate. Does Tony hate Crawford's dad, like you know all this? Oh, does he know? I love will come up. Yeah, No, that's Walter bt Sorry. What's What's coverage? Dad's name. Do we remember? I forget his name, but I'm not sure. All right. We'll take that out. Let's take that Mr Crawford. Yes, Mr Crawford. You don't like Mr Crawford? No. I love Mr Crawford. He helped create Brandon. So I love Mr Crawford. So I'm just saying, and Crawford, one of things I love about Crawford. He's like Posey. He lets his played to the talking. He doesn't get mixed up in all the you know the rhetoric and all the trash talk or whatever. And he's a great role model. Uh, father, husband, brother, brother in law. Um, I'm curious to see what he says about his brother in law. Garrett Coal using the the Spider. Attack or whatever the hell is called the group. But I'm just saying that Averaging 10 homer of the year and batting career to 50, and he's hitting 2 49 right now, as we record this, his power numbers are up on base percentage up, but still average hitter. Amazing Ozzie Smith Omar Vizquel caliber type. Shortstop defensively, but average to below average hitter who's enjoying a nice para surge this year? Okay, I have to talk to Paul. Real quick, Tom. Leave you Well, let's let the adult let's let the adults talk. Just you and me, Paul. Here's my problem. Talk to me, Shannon. I am stuck here. I love Tony Ryan, but it's coming in with Negative. Take it. It's not a negative take in the fall and the realistic take you had you said what you're going to say. Let me talk to Paul realizes the right now, Tony, Here's what it is. It rained on my parade. Which why rain on the parade, So I'm stuck with that. I don't like that. On the other hand. I really don't like seeing Murph. Enjoy how wrong Tony is with, you know going? What? What? No way. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. No way! There's no way. What What? You know, like I can't stand that. I can't stand it. So here I have negative, sad, Tony. Take and here. I have happy, uh, obnoxious, Murph, and I don't know what to do about it. Paul, What do you want to do about it? Well, this is what we're going to do about it. Shannon. I'm glad you asked that very important question and good call on the what? Yeah. Absolutely. Uh, What we're going to do here is this whole thing came to a head on the Murphy Mac show on Thursday morning. Prior to the podcast recording, Tony said, Look, I need a chance to speak my piece. I said brawl put you on the air, and he came on the air. So I think and based on the amount of listener interest that was shown on the tax line, people went crazy when we started teasing Tony, what time you coming on? Where is he going to be in all this? I'm like he's coming in 10 minutes. I'm not kidding you. There was a surge of like of attention when we tease the Tony visit. So why don't we do this? Let's sit back Kelly. You and I will sit back as adults. Well, listen to this conversation primarily between Creative Tony Brian Murphy and a little bit of Adam Colton and a little bit of Poly Mac. Mostly Murph, though. And we'll do that next because I think everybody should get a chance for, um It's like enjoying the court scene at the end of a few good men, you know? Well, how to second? Yeah, and we'll study this back and forth. And then Steve Moskowitz and then Shannon Killers musical assignment on this week's Polly Mac podcast Right here, Tony, If I me It's on the Podcast Network. Right here on KNBR, Um one. Oh, 45 and 6 80, the sports leader, y'all. There's a lot of players in Major league baseball. So there's 30 teams. There's 26 players per teams. That's whatever 600 players of those.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It's coming up, but before we get to that Guys. We've been going through something collectively on the podcast on the Murphy Mac show in the Giants fan community where, um You know. Excuse me where Tony has come out with this. Like Brandon Crawford take just a take that he's I'd say that sum up. He's like an average. Well, what? You It's actually Tony is your mission statement? Go ahead. What is your take Briefly? Well, first of all, I'd like to shut up the Twitter account. Freezing cold takes, which is really a funny account to follow because they literally find the worst possible takes and then post them on Twitter like, For instance, last night, the Sixers gagged big time that a huge point a huge like 18 point lead or The fourth quarter, and they found a video of the Sixers fan yelling into his own camera turned to his own phone. 18 points going into the fourth quarter. There's no way we're blowing this and he had a Mohawk in his face is painted. He's going to six New Jersey six months, baby. Yeah, just crazy, So oh, my freezing cold take is that I said Crawford is an average to below average hitter which I stand by. He's having a power surge this year, but it all started back in August of 2020 when um Crawford hit his 100th career home run. And Murph really was really, really exuberant and jubilant. And, uh, celebrant celebratory, um, for Crawford's milestone, and I'm sure it's a nice milestone, but I didn't think it was anything worth A huge celebration because I think me personally as a fan of baseball, I expect 10 home runs a year from from guys in the middle of my lineup. Um, so I was not surprising, You know, 100 home runs and I I applaud it, but no big thing to me. And then that turned into Oh, Tony hates Crawford Crawford the worst. Tony Crawford sucks time. Oh, that does Tony hate. Does Tony hate Crawford's dad, like you know all this? So does he know I love Well, come up. Yeah, No, that's Walter bt Sorry. What's what's coverage? Dad's name is Do we remember? I forget his name. I'm not sure. All right. We'll take that out. We'll take that Mr Crawford. Yes, Mr Crawford. You don't like Mr Crawford? No. I love Mr Crawford. He helped create Brandon. So I love Mr Crawford. Uh, so I'm just saying, and Crawford, one of things I love about Crawford. He's like Posey. He lets his played to the talking. He doesn't get mixed up in all the you know the rhetoric and all the trash talk or whatever, and he's a great role model. Uh, father, husband, Brother, brother in law. I'm curious to see what he says about his brother in law. Garrett Coal using the the the Spider. Attack or whatever the hell is called the group. But I'm just saying that Averaging 10 home runs a year in batting career to 50, and he's hitting 2 49 right now, as we record this, his power numbers are up on base percentage up, but still average hitter. Amazing Ozzie Smith Omar Vizquel caliber type. Shortstop defensively, but average to below average hitter who's enjoying a nice para surge this year? Okay, I have to talk to Paul. Real quick, Tom. Let's let the adult Let's let the adults talk. Just you and me, Paul. Here's my problem. Talk to me, Shannon. I am stuck here. I love Tony Ryan, but he's coming in with Negative. Take it. It's not a negative take in the in the fall and realistic take you had you said what you're going to say. Let me talk to Paul. It's real. Is it right now? Tony, Here's what it is. It rained on my parade. Which why rain on the parade, So I'm stuck with that. I don't like that. On the other hand. I really don't like seeing Murph. Enjoy how wrong Tony is with, you know going? What? What? No way. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. No way! There's no way. What What? You know, like I can't stand that. I can't stand it. So here I have negative, sad, Tony. Take and here. I have happy, uh, obnoxious, Murph, and I don't know what to do about it. Paul, What do you want to do about it? Well, this is what we're going to do about it, Chan, and I'm glad you asked that very important question and good call on the what? Yeah. Absolutely. Uh, What we're going to do here is this whole thing came to a head on the Murphy Max show on Thursday morning. Prior to the podcast recording, Tony said, Look, I need a chance to speak my piece. I said bra put you on the air and he came on the air. So I think and based on the amount of listener interest that was shown on the text line, people went crazy when we started teasing Tony, What time is he coming on? Where is he going to be in all this? I'm like he's coming in 10 minutes. I'm not kidding you. There was a surge of like of attention when we tease the Tony visits, So why don't we do this? Let's sit back Kelly. You and I will sit back as adults. Well, listen to this conversation primarily between Creative Tony Brian Murphy and a little bit of Adam Colton and a little bit of Poly Mac. Mostly Murph, though. And we'll do that next because I think everybody should get a chance for, um It's like enjoying the court scene at the end of a few good men. You know, we'll kind of shit second. Yeah, and we'll study this back and forth. And then Steve Moskowitz and then Shannon Killers musical assignment on this week's Polly Mac podcast Right here, Tony, If I may, It's on the podcast Network. Right here on KNBR. Um one. Oh, 45 and 6 80, the sports leader, y'all. There's a lot of players in Major league baseball. So there's 30 teams. There's 26 players per teams. That's whatever 600 players of those 600.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It was a BB gun, and it ended up in a huge tragedy. With the death of Mr Crawford. So in this case, you get someone criticized for not for not getting on and helping. So you know, it's I don't want to discourage anyone from not calling 911 when they see something that they shouldn't say it's up to law enforcement to determine whether or not it's accurate or what the real circumstances are. That's why you can't go to run on that, like, you know, with some sort of bias in your mind, anyway. So we got that going on. We keep an eye to on the news will have that about 60 seconds here. I can't tell you tonight. The Reds are on the radio for the final time from Great American ballpark. Wrapping up the A regular home schedule. I guess if there's an irregular home schedule, we're certainly playing more games this year or that I know at great American ballpark. The red tide for that wild card spot, losing last night to Milwaukee 3 to 2 final home game as they said against the Brewers. I know Trevor Bauer gets the ball tonight, and that's probably all you need to know. Sonny Gray didn't look too bad again. He coming off that injury, so It's good to get some working for him, even though he took the loss, But Trevor Bauer tonight and hopefully the Reds pull the went off tonight. Then you got three against the Twins in Minnesota. And if the Reds can win out the last four games That would mean the Reds are headed to the postseason. For the first time in what seems like an eternity, doesn't it? About that. You went out. You control your own destiny now. Well, other teams lose. And given the chance. I like the I didn't like the odds about a month ago. I like the odds right now. So what Red likes tonight you'll hear them in the game. That really really matters. Once the last time we said that in late September, a game that matters tonight, we'll have all the coverage starting at 606. Lance McAllister in the inside pitch on the home, the red 700 news, traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati Honoring and admired Supreme Court justice with the 10 30 Report. Rick you Chino Breaking now the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has made her final trip to the Supreme Court. A hearse carrying her casket to the Supreme Court building in Washington, D. C This morning flag route begins for carried up the steps of the U. S. Supreme Court by Mask wearing pallbearers, a short private ceremony taking place inside the High Court Great Hall with remarks by Chief Justice John Roberts, ABC seven, Dwyer called Ginsberg, a jurist.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ellie Walker just got the name. It was owned by Mr Crawford. You could sit up the count have milkshakes. Remember, Opie ran the soda fountain. The question was, Was he old enough and mature enough to run the soda founded Walker's drug store. He did until they broke the perfume bottle and he got in trouble. I think I'm done. Ah, Cafe nervosa. From Frasier. The coffee place 01 more ended on for the wire. Fans of the wire chaps beef, a pit beef chaps pit be fromthe liar with we bay. In fact, we bay went to jail, and he asked for a sandwich in exchange for admitting multiple homicides. He wanted a sandwich from chaps pit beef that would've been season two. I gotta get out of here. This was too much fun. Ah, have yourself a great weekend. Let's gather on Monday. We will bend to be into opening day week for the Cincinnati Reds. I like the sound of that. Hey, Sterling's up Next. He's going to talk with Tommy thrall. Look forward to that. Here's your news and then sterling. It's been the Yarnell Carrier. Sports talk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on 700 WLW. News, traffic and weather. News Radio, 700 W. Ell delegate Cincinnati It was a record setting day in the Buckeye State with the nine o'clock report. I'm Sarah lease breaking now covert 19 numbers in Ohio, showing a new record number of cases, over 1600 reported in the last 24 hours 1679 infections for a new high number since the pandemic began. Also up over the three week averages, New hospitalizations and new ICU admissions. Nine new deaths As Ohio's Corona virus death toll is topping 3100 people. 19 counties are at level three red alert mask orders for those counties go into effect this evening. I'm Jack Crumley. Now the latest traffic and weather together. I'm not seeing any major accidents or delays at this time. But if you do see anything, give us a call at.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I guess some of the first ones one was cleared by a Franklin County grand jury last October the shooting death of a twenty one year old what happened was they heard a wanted suspect was in an area he is wanted on felony charges of aggravated robbery and two counts of robbery aggravated meaning a weapon and so when they saw when this individual solid the patrol officers he fired shots at the cops and ram you've actually hold up they brought slide in and he was shot in a gun battle with police what exactly are the odds are supposed to do when they're fired upon by an individual who's already wanted for for armed robbery and then when he's holed up get shot by swat officers because he's shooting at us while officers what are you supposed to do at that point and how does that how does that invite you being on the side that your poor life was lost when you decided to shoot at other human beings and yet another guy violence restraining order by pouring gasoline on its axis front porch in attempt to burn her out of her home when they showed up the cops showed up he took off and said I'll shoot any police officer that follows me sure enough he came out with a gun it turned out after he was shot to death to be a pellet gun but it was a suicide by cop version of how the cops posted with a pellet gun because we saw what happened with Mr Crawford John Crawford in the Beaver Creek Walmart that was a BB gun a Walmart looks like the real thing same thing here and the all the cops are warned and shouldn't but because the list of all these cops I guess the the almost all of them have the same situation but yet the narrative is bad officer killed a black guy without a shred of context without any any subtlety whatsoever and here's the problem if people like me and maybe you look at this and go yeah you're right Saloni essay in that it turns off of the whole reform thing we'll be looking at reform but how does that help your cause when you see a poster of every cop that is killed a person of color in Columbus in recent years in in in you implied by doing that that there's absolutely no circumstance where a police officer was justified in shooting a guy because of the color of his skin we need to tell me that's not justified the guy shot at a police shot the police officers who were looking for him because he shot other people and he opened fire on cops cops should return fire because the color of his skin what the hell is that I mean there there's no intellectual honesty in this whatsoever the adult the facts matter yes they do we want accountability we want transparent we want all those things out of our police officers what what happened with the police officer and since that is a great example of that you know it is there are there going to be charges probably not but they're going to find out why those rounds fit or why he grabbed the rounds and if there's something they can do in the future but yeah I'm simply that there's going to be some sort of penalty for this office or maybe something in this file or could be a suspension we don't know yet but they're gonna go through the process to find out why this happened and how to make sure it doesn't happen again which is reasonable right it was the intent I'm gonna shoot this guy because they already fired everything Adam that wasn't lethal to the point where he ran a bean bag rounds and put the bean bag rounds what he thought were being backgrounds in the gun now are they good people in the community that say oh yeah that's what they're saying but you know he just wanted a murder this guy was going to murder the guy he would you shot him to begin with that waste of his time with bean bag rounds but that's what you're up against here and these are the people want reform in change I want to be heard and listened to and demand that their voices be heard as they scream a council members involved in their homes and then when you went when you find out what the facts are clear the facts don't matter I mean in an overwhelmingly copter making correct decisions when it comes to use of force and there are bad actors out there there are bad people out there they're bad individuals out there okay you can't just simply right away everything's police brutality when it's not it now and that's where this narrative I think in my opinion starts the collapse of black lives matter got a legitimate beef absolutely but when you start including things in their their indefensible what does that say about your tactics and what you really want and what you wind up they're doing is just slowing more discontent among people who may want to see your way and when they hear that they go you guys are nuts and then we're just you know you wonder why nothing changes right it's it's the same as defending the officers in Minnesota as you would an officer who is a tale as you know it's it's the same as saying the cop it Derek shaman in Minnesota is exactly like Sonny Kim two entirely different situation different things so he can die der shamans the lie but together all the time no no clearly they're not indeed quit acting like they are kids just doesn't get it and then you do it because you're allegedly a learner just alerted Scollard individual on you're just a clown I will point out if we don't need cops here's a story I saw this weekend and it's just it really makes your heart sing because I understand that there are individuals with badges in the sworn to protect the public taxpayers it's a different standard than that average citizens but here's why we need top this happened on Saturday in Chicago which I have like forty something shootings this weekend alone three teenage boys go to stores that sell Chicago to buy.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The time is a week later the boys are still in the missing people's business and thus far have been very successful in not finding Mr Crawford's brother in law so everything going wrong all right high and all yeah we is really rolling you know like I told you before if you get stuck on any of these cases you get that big company downtown coded nationwide missing persons bureau can help via they find off a lot of people yeah well we'll never need them I don't think gold five got a lot of I am glad to hear what you so excited about getting I think we don't have a little trouble on the properties of other call but just told me that his wife who didn't jump about us not fine and a brother and he will call up here and see what we can give no action for well I don't know why he's complain and you were looking for a brother agent told Joe we've been looking for him all the money in there yeah you fear most well I'll be running along the hill gamers okay before people do roll brothers vegan we'll move across if you well we'll let him know most global and we will find him yeah yeah yeah well we will go don't get mad at Oakwood ad in newspaper now that will be you know doesn't put it in the heart of people because if he was in Harlem you would if you did want to speak to we want to put the ad in a big people yeah well we love it and bring it to you and move called one section we gotta put it in the paper yeah but don't forget I deal with a husband if we put an ad in the paper why losers levels in the show up and we'll lose the twenty five dollars a brother Crawford promise yeah well we got to put a ad in the paper about dental plan and I know just to be able to put it in which one is that the Wall Street journal burned.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They've added a ton of stuff that they cow. They, they can track all the oil, that's being stored in China, these days, they add GPS data. They've gathered from people smartphones to actually know how many people are working inside of a factory, how many people are actually visiting a mall. And, and so, you know, they take all this information and then start to make basically economic predictions about the health of the worldwide economy. Well, and I love that you can make financial insights into this. Right. And I mean who knew that at the time being able to take photographs of a car could give you insight into the health of a company of that parking lot, etc. And as we take a look at some other things that these are used for you also mentioned sort of a sub sector in they're called or. Erbil go, which is where it more personal users can go in as the self service application describe that to us as well? Right. That's basically what the Cubbies lodging as of this month and traditionally, the stuff has been pretty hard to us. And if you wanted to run analysis on these images that or below gathers at a lot of cases you were working hand in hand with orbital to, to code this thing up. Tell them your specific problem, and they were almost like a consulting firm where they were walking you through what to do. So this product or go, let's take a few years to develop this. But it's much more like you what you would think of when you hop on to Google or Google maps or Google earth, where you just get this console. You can say, I want to count. I want to count how many houses are going up in Houston, and I want it to be from January to June, and I wanted to be just this part of Houston, and you literally just circle the map of the part that you're looking at, and then you click enter, and, and now the software just runs off and runs the analysis and then spits the answer back to you. And so. So this is this technology. It's taken a while for people to even know that it exists, and, and then it was hard to use. And so this is a step toward regular people could hop on and poke around and see if there's anything useful in this type of data. So actually talk to us about the AI here. Because as you mentioned, Mr. Crawford, has a lot of AI background a tour at NASA working on the Mars Rover. I mean, this is some really cool stuff that, you know, a lot about AI involves ultimately in a very simplistic level, humans essentially teaching computers, had a think how does that work? And what are the implications of making machine smarter in this analysis? This is one of my favorite parts of the stories in the case of so they like the new houses in Houston. They'll get pictures where you see a foundation being laid where you see a frame going up, and then you see a final house being constructed, and they want to know each stage of this process, but the. On their own wouldn't be able to distinguish one of these things the other. So they have contract workers, who they've been training over the last couple of years, who will actually go in and click the images and say, that's a foundation. That's a frame, that's a finished house that over time the computer does that on its own candidate distinguish between these three different things, and what we've seen with orbital is it used to take them quite a number of months to do something new like track Corneille track housing starts. And as this team of contractors have gotten better as orbital zone. AI software has gotten better. Now they're able to fire up new things to counts in just a few weeks. And actually a pretty much all this stuff that, that we see in the market, these days, there's always a human who has to train this machine write legibly going to replace them. And you know, it's interesting to see how quickly Orbital's been able to, to speed up this process..

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is Bloomberg. Businessweek Jason Kellyanne Taylor rakes from Bloomberg radio. So Taylor, Google has become synonymous with so many different things we use it all the time. But thinking about it in terms of space, that's new satellites to that we have coming up, and it's called what I love about the name of Google's satellite orbital insight because it's insights into how you can use that data to really benefit you. And so, when we think about space, we naturally think about Ashley vans. I confess I shouldn't say this on air. He's one of my favorite writers out there. He joins us from San Francisco's so Ashley take us inside this project because it's a fascinating one. So orbital insight is, is a startup that was founded in two thousand thirteen and the founders this guy named James Crawford. He he used to work at Google on the Google book search project at a lot of other. AI stuff at NASA, and he got to have this insight, which was that a lot of cheap small satellites were starting to be lodged, we're going to surround the earth and start taking a lot more pictures of it. Traditionally pictures, actually, of the earth are rare and expensive, and he saw this day coming when there'd be tons of them. And that if you applied some AI software and some analysis all these pictures, you could start to learn some pretty interesting things about how the planet operates. Well, and as I was reading the story Taylor, I was, I started to think about the idea of, I remember hedge funds like tracking cars and parking, lots and things like that. And, of course, is I got to the story that's exactly where Ashley ends up. So tell us about how and what the data are that are being collected. Interesting. There's a couple of companies doing this orbital insight is seems to be the leader in this kind of Mesa market. But like you mentioned you. The cow things they usually satellite images to peer down at the earth, and so they can count things like the number of cars at a WalMart parking lot to see how busy the back to school shopping season is they can look at crops to see how healthy the corn is to predict the yield would be over the years. They've added a ton of stuff that they cow. They, they can track all the oil that's being stored in China. These days, they add GPS data. That's gathered from people's smartphones to actually know how many people are working inside of a factory, how many people are actually visiting a mall. And so, you know, they take all this information and then start to make basically economic predictions about the health of the worldwide economy. Well, and I love that you can make financial insights into this. Right. And I mean who knew that at the time being able to take photographs of a car could give you insight into the health of a company of that parking lot, etc. And as we take a look at some other things that these are used for you also mentioned a sort of a sub sector in there. Orbital go, which is where more personal users can go in as a self service application describe that to us as well. Right. That's basically what the company's lodging as of this month. And traditionally, the stuff has been pretty hard to us. And if you wanted to run analysis on these images that or below gathers at a lot of cases you were working hand in hand with orbital to code this thing up. Tell them your specific problem, and they were almost like a consulting firm where they were walking through what to do. So this product or below go. Let's take a few years to develop this. But it's, it's much more like you what you would think of when you hop on to Google or Google maps or Google earth, where you just get this console. You can say, I want to count. I want to count how many houses are going up in Houston, and I want it to be from January to June, and I wanted to be just this part of Houston, and you literally just circle the map of the part that you're looking at, and then you click enter, and, and now the software just runs off and runs the analysis and then spits the answer back to you. So this is this technology. It's taken a while for people to even know that it exists and that it was hard to use. And so this is a step toward regular people could hop on and poke around and see if there's anything useful in this type of data, so actually talked to us about the AI here. Because as you mentioned, Mr. Crawford, has a lot of AI background a tour at NASA working on the Mars Rover. I mean, this is some really cool stuff that, you know, a lot about AI involves ultimately a very simplistic level humans essentially teaching computers, how to think how does that work? And what are the implications of making machine smarter in this analysis? This is one of my favorite parts of the stories in the case of so they like the new houses in Houston. They'll get pictures where you see a foundation being laid where you see a frame going up. And then you see a final house being constructed. They wanna know each stage of this process, but the comp-. Computers on their own wouldn't be able to distinguish one of these things from the other. So they have contract workers, who they've been training over the last couple of years, you will actually go in and click the images and say that's a foundation, that's a frame, that's a finished house. And then over time the computer does that on its own can distinguish between these three different things, and what we've seen with orbital, is it used to take them quite a number of months to do something new like track Corneille track housing starts. And as this team of contractors have gotten better as Orbital's own software has gotten better. Now they're able to fire up new things to counts in just a few weeks. And. Pretty much all this stuff that, that we see in the market. These days, there's always a human who has to train this machine. Right. Going to replace them, and it's interesting to see how quickly Orbital's been able to speed up this process. I mean we've been talking. I think the classic big data question has really come to my mind of are there any concerns about privacy. You know, you wonder are able to search neighborhood and look I acidic homes or parking lots. Are there any big data privacy concerns, or because it's from his satellite and space, it's free rein, and especially as they're connecting this, as you said earlier, Ashley to GPS data presume their state of being pulled from phones? This feels a little bit intrusive, maybe. Yeah. Now what has the satellites most of the images? They can't see a person's face. They can barely recognize that a car is a car, and then they can't see the license plate or something like that. So that might make you feel a little bit better. The rest of it can get a little bit creepy. I be these guys are, are watching the world twenty four seven they, they know what's happening in a lot of cases before the rest of the world knows what's going on. The GPS data is anonymous is. But that's weird to be. They these guys literally. No, there's X number of employees is actually inside a tesla factory and making go look at the pictures of the number of cars that have been produced by that factory sitting in the lot, and so they can make a gas about how efficient the factory is. And so a lot of this is anonymous is for far away. It is a little creepy is just as creepy as everything seems to be going on these days. Ashley danced. Jason this story. Fascinated me so much. Because in my head the first into popped up is hedged. Funds shorting company, based on their parking lot is empty and consumers aren't going in there. For example, let's say like back to school season. Right. And this really going to the next level in.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Was forced to shoot this guy. And fortunately, he he died and now also Dell is facing first degree murder charge in that case. And it's I I never seen anything like it in over twenty years in policing this arm. So expect convicted felon and yet the police officer who's just doing his job trying to protect the community faces charges first degree murder faces potential of life in jail and. In the prosecutor, the elected prosecutor, even compared you know, essentially is defensively made a comment a preliminary hearing about that the author was following his training. And he the prosecutor compare that comment to we'll so were sore the Nazis, it was like the he was using. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. That's that's absurd happen like that in. And typically, though, what happens is, and we saw this in Ferguson and elsewhere is that the community's reaction is much different than reality because rumors spent so fast, and especially with social media where you got people who don't know the facts of the story that are reacting to simply things that are ginned up or the way people think they see things in now, it's it's kind of morphed into something. Like, for example, the case I always bring up his Baton Rouge. I'm looking at going, wait a minute. They get a call from someone who was was flashed have gone this guy flashes. A gun at him and a convenience store. They call them in a cop show up the suspect is they're meeting the description of the person who was accosted they tell the guy. Hey, listen, we're investigating when you'd see your hands. He doesn't show. They tased him. He fights with cops. Ultimately ends up in struggling and he shot in there. Protests in Baton Rouge because of officer brutality. I don't understand. If you put yourself in a situation of behaving like a criminal with a gun, and a guy shouldn't have a gun in the first place you resume. List? Rescuers this question, and then you start fighting cops in richer gun in you're you're gonna you're going to get dead that that should be the lesson. There don't do that. If you don't wanna die. Yeah. I agree. I agree with you original point about about the narrative spinning out of control. It's what happened in the Michael Brown case. And social media is a big part of that, you know, information can spread so rapidly now on people post things on social media were you know, rumors they heard and things like that. And they are taking a stack. But that'd be piece of this is educational is very important that that from the average citizen to elected officials to members of the media really make an effort to learn about policing learn how police officers are trained learn about the legal standards that I was discussing earlier that's something we do here. Law enforcement legal defense fund, we provide a simulator training for for folks to understand, and it's an eye opener for people it really helps them understand what it's like for for our police officers to go with this Jason in that is I get the Ferguson narrative began its is based on the fallacy, Michael. But a lot of resonance there's seen another communities feel like that they were constantly harassed and threatened by police officers, which is a very real complaint specifically for minorities in urban areas in America, I said, it's a relationship is terrible. It's toxic. And a lot of cases. We don't trust them. How much work does it take on both sides in what's changed in policing to try and maybe bridge that communication gap. Well, I mean, I think things are heading in a positive direction. I think if there's if there's any filler whining at all to the way law enforcement has been treated as it has opened up the eyes of some executives policing it until understand that you have to work on building relationships. I it is a relationship business, and you have to do it. And and I think you're right that the the problematic relationship between the Ferguson police department and its community on and it sounds like one did exist is probably what really contributed to the reaction to the Michael Brown case. It was just the lack of a positive working relationship, and you have to have it and. I would encourage any any police executive to to focus on their relationship the critically important, and we certainly support that. But at the end of the day, we when we look at these use of force incidents. We need to focus on the incident itself and not some extraneous negative feelings about the law enforcement agency or the that the community may have or or the image. He gotta look at the facts Jason Johnson is the president of law enforcement legal defense fund, the Elliott F and joining us this morning on the acute hearing centers dot com. Holly Jason thanks again. And good luck. Thank you for having me Shanta. Yeah. I and I think that certainly buying large. Most all cops are good people want to do their job try and get back home to their families and do good policing. There's a percentage like anything in the world of people who are bad who are in it for the wrong reasons. The perception isn't most cops fit that Bill and the the reality is it's not true. I in from those talk to almost down to the man woman. That's really don't want bad cops involved in this because it makes my job tougher. It makes me puts me more risk because people hear about the bad cops and t- tend to treat me like that to be kind of biased against that. Which is kind of funny because the people who who do that are often themselves victims of profiling and racism, and and this case, I guess, it'd be polices them that. Because there's a few bad apples. A little group must be like that, you know, to me that that's just a lesson in repeating what it is in how you don't want to be treated but nonetheless in exists, and sadly, it's incumbent upon cops to be able to to figure that out and bridge that gap. But in a lot of these cases, I look at it kind of like what happened at with with Sam Crawford at be in beaver creek. Right at the WalMart is it. He is a victim of a bunch of horrible circumstances. But there was no intent there was no deliberation. There was no we're gonna shoot this guy because the color of his skin. It was a reaction to something that was real and the plans the line in such a fashion that caused the death of of Mr. Crawford, and it's a horrible horrible loss of the family. But it wasn't done with with deliberately because the guy who shot him officer through Shannon thought. Well, he's he's black. I shoot them. It doesn't work that way. There are a whole bunch of circumstances. And quite honestly, some of this falls the feet of Mr. Crawford. Even though you know, he's walking around with something they sell and WalMart onto the case. And he's talking on his phone, and it looks like a real gun. I still think the thing the biggest issue to me is we don't need fake guns. Look like real guns. I think that would be a good start everything should look like a Nerf gun in my book, keep this stuff from happening. Whether it's him or Tamir rice, five minutes away from news seven hundred seventy seven hundred wwl w seven hundred w l..

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The convicted felon pulled out a gun from his waistband real gone loaded and kept turning around and facing the point of gun in the direction of Elke as he pursued and ultimately through Duckie was forced to shoot this guy. And fortunately, he died and now also facing first degree murder charge in that case. And it's I I never seen anything like it in over twenty years in policing. It's an armed suspect convicted felon, and yet the police officer who's just doing his job trying to protect the community faces the charger, I agree motor faces potential of life in jail and. In the prosecutor, the elected prosecutor, even compared essentially is the thirty made a comment in a preliminary hearing about that the author was following his training, and he the prosecutor compare that comment to we'll so were so were the Nazis. It was like he was using. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. That's that's absurd happen. Like that. And typically what happens is we saw in Ferguson and elsewhere is that the community's reaction is much different than reality because rumors spent so fast, and especially with social media where you got people who don't know the facts of the story that are reacting to simply things that are ginned up or the way people think they see things in now, it's it's kind of morph into something. Like, for example, the case I always bring up his Baton Rouge. I'm looking at going, wait a minute. They get a call from someone who was was flashed have gun this guy flashes. A gun at him a convenience store. They call them in a cop show up that the suspect is they're meeting the description of the person who was a costed they tell the guy. Hey, listen, we're investigating we need to see your hands. He doesn't show they him. He fights with cops. Ultimately ends up in struggling to get shot in. There are protests in Baton Rouge because of officer brutality. I don't understand. If you put yourself in the situation of behaving like a criminal with a gun, and a guy shouldn't have a gun in the first place, you resist arrest yours this question. And then you start fighting cops in reach your. Gun in your you're gonna you're going to get dead that that that should be the lesson. There don't do that. If you don't wanna die. Yeah. I agree. I agree with you original point about about the the narrative spinning out of control of what happened in the Michael Brown case and social media is a big part of that, you know, information can spread so rapidly. Now people post things on social media with you know, rumors they heard and things like that. And they are taking a stacked. But this is very important that that from the average citizen to elected officials to members of the media really make an effort to learn about policing learn how police officers are trained learn about the legal standards that I was discussing earlier that's something we do here. The law enforcement legal defense fund, we provide simulator training for for folks to understand, and it's an eye opener for people it really helps them understand what it's like for for our police officers to go at this Jason in that is I get off the Ferguson narrative began in it's it's based on the foul and Michael Brown. But a lot of resonance there's we've seen another communities feel like that they were constantly harassed and threatened by police officers, which is a very real complaint specifically for minorities in urban areas in America's said its relationship is terrible. It's toxic. And a lot of cases. We don't trust them. How much work does it take on both sides, and what's changed in policing to try and maybe bridge that communication gap. Well, I mean, I think things are heading in a positive direction. I think if there's if there's any so relying at all to the way law enforcement has been treated as it has opened up the eyes of some executives policing until understand that you have to work on building relationships. I it is a relationship business, and you have to do it. And and I think you're right that that the problematic relationship between the Ferguson police department and its community. I'm and it sounds like one did exist. It's probably what really contributed to the reaction to the Michael Brown case, it was just the lack of a positive working relationship, and you have to have it. And you know, I wouldn't courage any any police executive to to focus on their relationship critically important, and we certainly support that. But at the end of the day, we when when we look at these use of force incidence, we need to focus on the incident itself and not some extraneous negative feelings about the law enforcement agency or the that the community may have or or. The image. He gotta look at the facts Jason Johnson is the president of law enforcement legal defense fund, the Elliott D F and joining us this morning on the acute hearing centers dot com. Holly Jason thanks again. And good luck. Thank you for having it. Yeah. I and I think that certainly buying large. Most all cops are good people want to do their job try and get back home in their families and do good policing. There is a percentage like anything in the world of people who are bad who are in it for the wrong reasons. The perception isn't most cops fit that Bill and the the reality is it's not true. I in from those talk to almost down to the man woman. This really don't want bad cops involved in this because it makes my job tougher. It makes me puts me more risk because people hear about the bad cops and tend to treat me like that to be kind of biased against that. Which is kind of funny because he people who who do that are often themselves victims of profiling and racism, and in this case, I guess it'd be polices them that. Because there's a few bad apples, a little grit must be like that. To me that that's just a lesson in repeating what it is in how you don't want to be treated but nonetheless in exists, and sadly, it's incumbent upon LECOPs to be able to to figure that out and bridge that gap. But a lot of these cases I look at it kind of like what happened at with with Sam Crawford at be in beaver creek right at the WalMart as it. He is a victim of a bunch of horrible circumstances. But there was no intent there is no deliberation. There was no to shoot this guy because the color of skin. It was a reaction as something that that was real and the plans the line in such a fashion that caused the death of of Mr. Crawford, and it's a horrible horrible loss of the family. But it wasn't done with with deliberately because the guy who shot the officer shot him thought, he's he's a black guy going to shoot them. It doesn't work that way. There are a whole bunch of circumstances. And and quite honestly, some of this falls at the feet of Mr. Crawford. Even though you know, he's walking around with something they sell and WalMart onto the case. And he's talking on the phone, and it looks like a real gun. I still think the biggest issue to me is we don't need fake guns. Then look like real guns. I think that would be a good start everything should look like a Nerf gun in my book, keep this stuff from happening. Whether.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Get your car in next week. Maybe you just got a crazy question about a light. That's coming on the dash. And you just wanna make sure it's safe to drive the car and while we're talking about lights on the dash. I'm gonna quiz Mr. Crawford here before we start taking your calls. Oh boy. All right now, we're going to get to the point here where this is so simple stupid, and I'm meanness sincerely. But it's something that needs to be said because we always have new drivers getting behind the steering wheel of a vehicle if you're driving along. And all of a sudden your battery light comes on red battery. Life says battery and it's read the it's red. What does? That mean, Chris, and I'm not gonna make fun of you. If you don't get this. Right. Okay. That you probably should get ready to get your card a new battery. What does? No, no, it does not folks that does not tell you. It's time to get a new battery. And I knew that was probably what you were going to say it does not mean it's time to get a new battery when the battery light eliminates on your dash folks when that red battery light illuminates on your dash. That means your battery is not being charged on. Alternate means the alternator is not putting voltage into your battery anymore. And once you use all of the voltage that is stored in that battery guess what you are on the side of the road. So when the battery light illuminates on your dash that means you only have a few minutes to get that car somewhere safe and off the road. You understand what you're saying? I don't care if you're late getting to work. It doesn't matter. You're probably not gonna make you're going to be ladies. Away, your.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two percent waiting for Senate since two thousand and five winners of seventy one last ninety eight at March seventy two point four head coach penny. Hardaway three in one all time. Good sign March contest here at map was twenty three WBZ's. What schools the state of Texas Tigers all time record one hundred thirty one wins fifty two losses. Seventy one point six percent winning clip head coach Penny Hardaway one and to all time. It gets Texas NCWA division one schools charter always record now twenty one and twelve eight and five non conference thirteen and seven against American. Bose is Owen want all-time versus Houston would one all time against their head coach Kelvin Sampson hookers head coach Kelvin Sampson is we mentioned not great three and six all time university of Memphis. Oh, Intuit Oklahoma losses in nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight and he is three and four as head coach of the Houston Cougars. Jeff was we rolling along and March. We're looking at a date now sixteen nine times out four wins five losses. Burst game seventy seven seventy five win over Utah. First round the NIT Madison Square Garden back when I was a small Tyke at nineteen seven last contests memorable game to me. And I think the you and Dan as well. Jeff two thousand thirteen conference USA tournament. Be okay, Senator Tulsa, Oklahoma, March sixteenth, the two thousand thirteen Tigers number watch C. It's number two seed, southern miss seven thousand nine hundred cents eighteen lead changes fifteen ties in that game. Jeff as neither table really took much of an advantage in that game. At course, as we know that game went to overtime as the Tigers try to win. It didn't do it in the first overtime. They get it's tied seventy-two all then Mr. Crawford took over six man of the year in our league. And what did he do that your garbage a play? He was a clutch player. He scored nine straight points at one right on Iran at the Tigers pulled away in the second overtime winning eighty one seventy nine and what are they do Tigers third straight conference USA title and final year in the league seven time as the Tigers beat southern Mississippi in double overtime, eighty one seventy nine the Tigers. Of course, as we talked about Kris Cropper's MVP the tournament game high twenty three points Judy guard. Joe Jackson white station at twenty two sophomore, forward donnas. Thomas. Melrose Pompton nineteenth senior guard DJ Stephens, Kelly, Texas tacked on twelve guard Jaron Johnson had ten for the Tigers. At southern miss all five guys jeopardy. Double figures for that team junior for David boarding ham. Jersey led the way with nineteen points for them two thousand twelve thirteen.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on The Working Experience

"You know, what I mean if or if I was pushed to work overtime and not being paid for it. I mean, I could list multiple examples. So there is there is value in it again. And it's going back to the point that there are these these it's of truth in it's this is not a black and white issue. But it's it's it's interesting. It's interesting what the article brought up and also wanted to go back to you talking about that. Who's the ESPN reporter who stuck on his phone all day was his name, Adam Schiff am shift. So I am creating something called the human horn, which is a product that you wear gain. So in major cities like New York and Boston in LA a Moi's walking down the street in everybody is just looking at their phone, right? You're looking at your phone. You're tweeting your Instagram your tick tock in whatever you're doing right? And you bump into people, and it's annoying. So I've created a little circular device that's a horn. So just like a a horn in your car, you can blast your horn at these people. So they'll get out of your way. And then likewise, the human horn also has a series of LED flashing lights. So if you're the idiot on your phone, you can put these lights. On. So people can can avoid. Oh. The the idea the idea came to me because in Denmark, there were so many pedestrian fatalities with cars it because people were looking at their phones and not looking up at the walk and do not walk signs. So they actually put them in the on the street. So when people are looking down and they come to a crosswalk. They'll see the green walk or do not walk because everyone's attention is diverted downwards into their phone. I don't know if that's just in Ebeling the situation. But yeah, I I'm a I'm a capitalist at heart. But well, you know, that is something that might actually be useful to people might my thing when I was thinking about Mr. Crawford, and you know, is he the ROI guy? And now he's onto some he's entrepeneurship residence at five hundred startups and the next person. Here was Bernie Klender and says it's easy to become addicted to the pace in stress of work in two thousand nineteen Bernie Klender a consultant for large tech company said he tried to limit himself to five eleven hour days per week which adds up to an extra day of productivity. That's another big buzz word, if your peers are competitive working a normal workweek will make you look like a slacker still he's realistic about his place in the rat race. I try to keep in mind that if I drop dead tomorrow, all of my acrylic workplace awards would be in the trash. The next day in my job would be posted in the paper before my obituary Belshaw, that's such a such a depressing thought in love the term acrylic tr his acrylic trophies workplace towards. Yeah. It's like it's like soccer trophies everything that you've you've told the way for countless hours is in a plastic metal. Well, the thing is too that it occurs to me as all this is so or lot of this is so ego driven like this thing, you know, going back to Jonathan Crawford, and he's working one hundred hour weeks for his e commerce startup like this is not curing cancer. You know what I mean? Like what exactly and we were talking about this last time with Facebook like in people working this whole all these hours and all their self esteem is wrapped up in what Facebook thinks of them as a worker, and what are they actually producing? Like what what actual do we need another e commerce business out there? Like is that really necessary it doesn't, and you know, Klender as consultant for large tech company, wherever the hell that means, you know, it's like it. It's so ego driven like, oh, I'm I'm so important that I've gotta spend eighty nine. Ninety hours a week on this amazing new app that's going to allow me to I don't know navigate my way to the refrigerator..

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on The Working Experience

"This through experience from working on Wall Street in investment banking where I would log a hundred hour work weeks. And after for me, I was young for after about seventy hours. It was just a a corpse a drone like beg of me sitting. In front of a computer where my output was. Maybe ten percent av. Fifteen percent. And I would make mistakes just be extremely tired. But in those days, Matt that was in my twenty early twenties. I was I was after the almighty dollar. I was hustling aisles eat, you know, I was taken people's souls. I was working for the man and willing to win at all costs, which I which I still do check this out. See this. To see I'm it's it. See what I'm doing right now. I am working on the podcast hard as everyone can hear. I'm also exercising. Got my hand exercise going I'm multitasking grinding doing all that look that for those of you that are just listening matches picked up a more exercise that that I believe it was made in the nineteen sixties that my father. I've saw I've seen my father us. You get like cutting edge dance. That's that's Manny ks form of quote, unquote, working algebra, actually, that's it for the week. He's multitask. That out shit shake it out of the man, he's a multi tasking as he's delivering these intellectual tidbits unbeliev. He's also working his full body yet Edith as long, okay? Eat it. Yeah. So that's Mr. Crawford and then. Well, okay. So he changed his lifestyle realize it made a miserable. Now is an entrepreneur in residence at a at five hundred startups and investment firm, blah, blah, blah, tells his fellow founders to seek out non work related activities like reading fiction watching movies or playing games. Somehow. This comes off his radical advice. It's oddly eye opening to them because they didn't realize they saw themselves as a resource to be expended. I mean, this is how far we fallen where it's like you have to tell people to like read a book to go do something else. Other than work. It was really depressing because Charlie Baker who's the governor of Massachusetts. He does like a once a week or once a month. He's on the radio on like a Friday mornings or something like that. And he takes call in questions, and whatever and. Someone said, yeah, I heard you don't really have any hobbies. You know, you don't really do anything else. And he said, we I I read you know, I enjoy reading and sorta it came up as I guess his wife said, well, that's not really a hobby. You're not doing anything. It's like yet. Like, what are you supposed to be doing like reading is not a I mean, I don't even call it a hobby. I think for me anyway, it's an essential activity. Like, I remember another teacher telling me last year. He had read something somebody. I think was on bus BuzzFeed or Huffington Post was talking about like short attention span. And how he as an adult was having you know, he was spending a lot of time online doing research and things like that. And he was having trouble focusing on a book or a magazine article like even just reading it like a paragraph, and it really made him, very uneasy. And it made me an easy hearing that you know, I wanna be like, okay. I need to sit down and read spend at least a half hour. So I make sure my brain can do it. You know, that I'm not just I don't want to become like what's that guy's name. Adam Schiff, he's ESPN guy sort of a reporter as she spends his whole life on his phones and on Twitter, and I can only imagine that. That's what I aspire to. Oh god. It's just just just might just my head might head buried. I'd actually. I got a couple of points. So just talking about, you know, me forget about like leisure. I mean in the most extreme cases telling people go to the bathroom. It's it's that point. And also to what the article points out is this is the rank and file right? So this is a message coming from the tough where and this is this is detested wage a wage what's term stagnation, right? So wages have stayed constant through. I think it's the last twenty years or even has actually depreciated a little bit come down a little bit..

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"But we all know that styles fights and one fighter could struggle against somebody just based on the kind of style their present to them. So I don't necessarily think that that means anything, but I will give him after salute credit for what he was able to do in a situation where many pack was neighbor to do it. But also. Now on to say that no go ahead. Gonna say. We know that Jeff, orange and pack. We didn't it. Thoughts by that many people felt that pack your won that fight. But in addition to that by facts, Jeff horn won the fight and he got the boat now at that point Terrance coughing when he fall him had a better performance than Manny Pacquiao did. And that fight. Now. Agreed or in a how you wanna spend that. I mean, that's the objective minus opinion. But I think we all agree. That Crawford had a better performance. Mankato RV with the super chat RIP to bud tonight, and our p with the super-duper chat R P to bud tonight. Got any more thoughts on that audio before we go to the next? I mean, we can go to the next one man because I don't think in my opinion, Jeff horn win over an older, Manny Packer who scenes numbing excuse seem that he was taking Jeff horn, very lightly because many Packer was not looking to unify the other champions at that time. All right. Let's see what else. Mr. Crawford saying. I don't even know credit. Jeff one was a bum. Everybody out be they say about. You know, if I be. One of the other top welterweight. See see why he would. Why he'll saying because he no he wait call him bum in what saying? Damn. He was a washed up. He was overrated. Mike. Mike. Mike. You're if I'm listening. I'm listening is Jeff horn over rated. I think he's overachiever. All right. Mario is Jeff horn overrated since day one. Yeah. And Ron how do you feel about Jeff horn? And the question got bed, Geoff Hoon, be Americana. Now, not Mario Mario. I bet. He book I'm Khan ads right now. I you notice how he went to you just now just went all into mind. Okay. You had a chance no respect for your co host ever. My honest opinion. I think Jeff horn was gift a win. All right..

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr. crawford" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"This lady over at the New York Times is likening the love of work to a religious viewpoint to religious belief. She says spending time on anything that's non work related has become a reason to feel guilty. Jonathan crawford. San Francisco based entrepreneur told me that he sacrificed his relationships and gain more than forty pounds while working on store in NV store store envy, his cO ecommerce startup if he socialized. It was at a networking event. If he read it was a business book, he rarely did anything that didn't have a direct ROI as he puts it or return on investment for his company. Mr. Crawford changed his lifestyle after he realized it made him miserable. Now as an entrepreneur in residence. I don't know what that means at five hundred startups and investment firm. He tells fellow founders to seek out non non work release. Rated activities like reading fiction watching movies or playing games. Somehow. This comes off as radical advice. He says, it's oddly I opening to them because they didn't realize they saw themselves as a resource to be expended. It's easy to become addicted to the pace and stress of work in two thousand nineteen Bernie Klender consultant for a large tech company said he tried to limit himself to five eleven hour days per week which adds up to an extra day of productivity in an Email. He wrote, quote, if your peers are competitive working normal workweek will make you look like a slacker still he's realistic about his place in the rat race saying, quote, I try to keep in mind that if I drop dead tomorrow, all of my acrylic workplace awards would be in the trash the next day. And my job would be posted in the paper before my obituary, see, it's all meaningless are in. Absolutely. What do you mean? Absolutely. It's is it pointless. So you're completely replaceable. So why bother personal fulfillment is the recent to bother? Of course, it doesn't matter. Even if your ultimate, even if you're Donald Trump, even if you're eight Lon musk is not gonna matter you're going to run in the ground forgotten just like everybody else, I'm sorry to break that they may be remembered for a little while longer. But give it give it five hundred thousand years and nobody's going to remember what is going to care. Fair thing here is that they're working for other people if you want to be working for you know, I guess if you're making a lot of money at it. Sure. But are you saving that money? What are you doing with that? You know, what why what's the motivation for the working those hours, if you're working those hours because you feel like you're, you know, I don't know building someone else's dream. That's idiotic. Yeah. And that could be depressive at some point. I mean, that's why I can relate to some extent with the critiques about the job world to wonder to what she's saying, I can I can get that. If you're working sixty eighty hour weeks just to make ends meet and you're not trying to figure a way out of that situation. That's the railroad. Maura. That's the rat race. He's using the term rat race in here a couple of times, and I don't think that it's the rat race when you're doing your own thing the rat race when you're when you described where you're slaving away working primarily to benefit someone else writing the boss or the owner and barely making ends meet. You are by definition in the rat race at that point. And how to increase your income, then you're just a dummy at that point. Right. And of course, it's good to have multiple sources of income chance. You get fired right? You can't do that. If you're working eighty hours a week. Slaving away for someone else. Yeah. Exactly. So you want to get out of the rat race. You have to do something for you. Right. You have to figure out what that is. Now. That's the challenge is what is your calling? What is it that you are you would love to do? What is it that you love to do that you could somehow turn into a monetary benefit? I'm not saying there's an easy answer to that question. But it might be there. It's just maybe you've never felt like you could go for it. Maybe you're too scared about it. I mean, a lot of people don't wanna make that jump into the void of like, you know, completely quitting their job and going full time with whatever their dream is working on. We hope that you're listen. Or two I would hope that if you're working at hours a week year, you're making enough income that you can be putting money aside. So that you can afford to make the investment eventually you save up enough money to not work for a year. And then you make that jump and but you're not not working your investing into your own business. Your own projects of all that were possibly survive at the point of all that work is to benefit you in the long run by allowing you to break away and do the thing you really want to do to get out of the rat race. But as you're saying if they don't have a plan if they're just working for the sake of working to keep busy. I mean, there's something inherently wrong with doing that. But it's not gonna get you anywhere. It's just going to get you reliant on the boss, right? The more here from the story. The logical end point of excessively, avid work. Of course is burnout that is the subject of a recent viral essay by the BuzzFeed, cultural critic and Peterson which thoughtfully addresses, one of the incongruities of hustle mania in the young, namely, if millennials are supposedly lazy and entitled how can they also be obsessed with killing at their jobs. Here's a hint, not all millennials are the same. How we talk about people as individuals because if it's true, the millennials are lazy as this author seems to be because she doesn't really get working. All right. That doesn't mean everybody else's like you. I know it's it's kind of like people believe the world revolves around them. That's author. Absolutely. Does get working and also understands how to right click bait. Which is why she's had successive jobs at as a senior writer for many, very famous publications. It'd be so millennials MS Peterson argues there are just desperately striving to meet their own high expectations and entire generation was raised to expect the good grades and extracurricular achievement or over achievement. She says would reward them with the filling jobs that feed their passions. Instead, they wound up with precarious meaningless work in a mountain of student loan debt and so- posing as a rise in grinder lusty for Monday mornings starts to make sense as a defense mechanism against suggesting that it's all fake that nobody in her generation could possibly actually enjoy working. She says most jobs even most good jobs are full of pointless drudgery. And you've got an article about that Johnson. Apparently these pointless jobs will hopefully get into that another time most corporations let us down in some way and yet years after the HBO satire Silicon Valley. Great. Show by the way, made the vacuous mission statement of making the world a better place, a recurring punchline many companies still cheerlead the virtues of work with high minded messaging, for example, Spotify company that lets you listen to music says that its mission is quote to unlock the potential of human creativity, unquote dropbox which lets you upload files and stuff says it's purposes quote to unleash the world's creative energy by designing more enlightened way of working, unquote. David Spencer, a professor of economics at Leeds University business school says that posturing by companies like this economists and politicians dates at least to the rise of mercantilism in sixteenth, century Europe. He writes, there's been an ongoing struggle by employers to venerate work in ways that can distract from its unappealing features, but such propaganda backfire in seventeenth century. England, work was lauded as a cure for vice Mr Spencer said, but the unrewarding truth just drove workers to drink more internet companies may have miscalculated in encouraging employees. To acquaint their work with their intrinsic value as human beings after a long era basking in positive esteem. The tech industry is experiencing a backlash both broad and fierce on subjects from monopolistic behavior to spreading disinformation, and inciting racial violence and workers are discovering how much power they wield in November some twenty thousand Google's participated in a walkout protesting the company's handling of sexual abusers other company employees shut down an artificial intelligence contract with the Pentagon that could have helped military drones become more lethal. That's good. That's good. That workers in this case are taking action against company policies. They find to be unwieldy by no means my here to defend the corporate world. No. And I think is I think it's distressing that she has blurred the to to that extent where you can't have cut his has workers who realized that there are actually the ones piloting steering and making the ship move and also enjoying it at the same time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You clearly can and you're right. She is well pretty negative. Let's go on there's a little bit more, Mr. Hansen sided employees protests evidence millennial workers could eventually revolt against the culture of overwork. He says people aren't going to stand for this using an expletive or by the propaganda that eternal bliss lies at monitoring your own bathroom breaks, referring to an interview with the former chief executive of yahu gave in two thousand sixteen in which she said that working one hundred thirty hours a week was possible, quote, if your strategic about when you sleep shower, and how often you go to the bathroom kill ultimately workers must decide if they admire or checked this level of devotion in her comments were widely panned on social media. But since then Cora users eagerly shared their own strategies for mimicking her schedule. Likewise, Musk's pain. Level tweets, drew, plenty of critical takes but also garnered just as many accolades and requests for jobs reality is if people decide they don't want to work as much fine. They'll be replaced by the people who do wanna work because there's always going to be people who value productivity and value the feeling that they get from doing a good job in helping people get what they want. Those people will always existed if they don't we're in big trouble see tomorrow night online. In the meantime, you join us freetalklive dot com. Check out aria at call to freedom live dot com. When you work for yourself taxes, get complicated. The guesswork.

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"mr. crawford" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'll join you just these things liquor. It was a fine woman. Yeah. Yeah. We do that abroad. Lex don't even remember our mon-. I just sort of collector real paint leg was at best. You bring us up to all intents and purposes. Sit down right down. Are you so fidgety for lex going? Call on Hannah Joseph again tonight, no cost X sheepish about it. I ain't going calling. Cash. Well, Britney was talking this afternoon. And he says, well he thinks maybe I can sign up for the silver spur dry. Stands to reason. I'll probably be needing only extra hands. It can get aid that how you figured it works out that way. Or are you ain't gonna know cattle drive lex? So just keep that idea out of your head. I don't see why not. As I said, so look you may be the share Jade, my boss. You ain't got the foggiest notion. What a cattle drive mean you wouldn't last more than a week. And maybe a wood and ain't gonna do me. No harm to try. And I said forget it. You so anxious to get a job. There's work around here in town, twenty workout speak. Mr. Crawford interested in the store your. For a made up my mind cash, I'm signing on with a silver spirit, though him. Yeah. Well, you just better start on making that money yours. You're staying right here where you can keep an eye on me as right work. You know, someday, you and me are really gonna tangle. And this might just be the day. You want it on hold on hold on. Now. Wait a minute here. I don't worry whipped him before lunch. Damned isn't likely to ask for it. Again. Well..

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