18 Burst results for "Neth"

Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

All Things Considered

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Tucker Carlson writer resigns after racist posts revealed

"A top writer at the Fox News Channel, has resigned after it was revealed that he had written a Siri's of racist and sexist post under a pseudonym. NPR's David Folkenflik reports, Blake Neth wrote for a primetime show hosted by Tucker Carlson. The writer Blake Neff posted about blacks, Asian Americans and women for years, suggesting whites needed to defend themselves against a society increasingly defined by people of color. Among the ways CNN identified him a selfie Neff posted online showed him in the reflection of a window taking the picture. Fox confirmed Neff's resignation but would not comment. Carlson has repeatedly been condemned for flirting with racism and sexism, or according to critics even embodying them. Most recently, Carlson question the patriotism of Senator Tammy Duckworth's a double amputee from her U. S Army days when Iraqi insurgents blasted the helicopter. She was flying out of the sky, she's of Thai descent. Crossing did not come in about Neff. But in a segment Friday night, he complained of an online mob, especially, he said CNN. David Folkenflik. NPR

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"neth" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"neth" Discussed on Triangulation

"And they absolutely stand for expanding access to information freedom of expression. So I think we're in embodiment of that. And I it's as much a pragmatic, concern as of understanding these threats as it is about, you know, putting our money where our mouth is a number of people. I don't include myself in this group at a number of people, including some democratic candidates for president twenty twenty think that Google is part of the problem in particular. I think people are looking at YouTube and, and its recommendation engine, how it seems to give rise to extremism. How are you addressing that? Why can't I can't speak for Google? It's not your fault. How are you? Are you address thinking about it? We are absolutely looking at the issue of radicalization online, and it's changed a lot since we first started to look into the issue when we first started to explore the role that technology plays in radicalization just to like, provide sort of context, al-qaeda, which was at the time the most prominent Islamic extremist group, when they wanted to disseminate, a message they would record something on a VHS cassette courier it to an algebra affiliate. And several days later, it would appear on TV somewhere when, you know, a couple of years ago when we started to explore the role that technology played in ISIS recruiting the game had totally changed. And so our, our approach to this issue had to evolve with that. So we've invested time and understanding how groups like ISIS recruit, how they disseminate propaganda and specifically we've. Conducted an experiment to see if we can reach people who are vulnerable to that kind of radicalizing message and provide them with information that, that undermines that mythology. So specifically, we ran a targeted advertising campaign to reach people who are at risk of joining violent extremist groups, and we provided them with links to YouTube channels that curated content that undermined ISIS. Neth Oji, and the results from that experiment. We're really encouraging. And we've, we've published all of that open sourced, it so to speak. And now that same methodology is being used to target people who are vulnerable to joining all kinds of different violent extremist groups. How's it working? You know as someone I don't click on ads very much. Hopefully that's not too controversial for me to say. So I was really surprised. Yeah. Hopefully, the connection doesn't just go dead. After I say that. But I was really surprised by how successful this pilot was. So we ran an eight week pilot where we ran ads. We didn't we didn't do anything to search results. This.

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"neth" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on WTRH

"Roger manning here with author and speaker June hunt. Of course, we are based at hope for the heart in right outside of Dallas, Texas. I mean we're like fifty feet from the border. I think in plano. Well. Actually know where the city in the county and all that stuff. But we consider Dallas are where we are. But here in Texas, especially in many places around the country Chick-fil-A is a very a very friendly restaurant. Very favorite restaurant of many of us believe it did it start here in Texas. I don't even know about that. But I know we, we were getting a bad name because in San Antonio down in San Antonio. They wanted to keep them out of the airport, and it wasn't the only place in the country, but Texas has now passed a law of which for Baid the airport commission from, from banning Chick-fil-A. Well, and that's because of a log inst- religious discrimination to literally just discriminate against a facility. In this case when that serves very good chicken, chick fillet. What we're talking about tr Kathy a godly man. Basically popularized chick fillet and they have a wonderful. The they have a, a public interaction with people that people feel valued. The bottom line though is. Chick-fil-a his literally targeted. Sorry, there, the LBJ thi certain members of LBJ t- community have targeted Chick-fil-A to try to shut its service down, and it's because they make donations to the Salvation Army, and to the fellowship of Christian athletes, both wonderful organizations, and there's a Paul Anderson, boys home. And I'm very familiar with good, the great work that they do to, to help troubled teenagers specifically. Paul Anderson, one time it was called the strongest man in the world he literally could. The awards. And I can't remember it's Olympics winning the Olympics. Yeah, huge strongman and, and I saw him years ago. You know chopping would if you will his, bare hands it, you know, it's one of these things bit. But the point is these are crucial organizations and they have as such a statement of faith, just like we do, we have a doctrinal statement of faith, and that's not unusual. And they uphold the biblical stated principles within. I'm talking about those that are being targeted those who were are part of the LBJ, t- community certain individuals, or the are the group, they're targeting. Chick-fil-a doubt. You're right that there was just a. A successful turning. Politically in the Texas State legislature to ban the or to block the ban. I guess is the best way to say it that. To, to be basically discriminating against a business based on their. Expression of donating to. Entities that do so much good salvation army's phenomenal. Fellowship. Chris Neth lease Krishna athletes is wonderful. So I say eat more chicken. And you know, it's very interesting. I've never seen anything like recently, what does that against Chick-fil-A and they are very gracious? They're strong Christians. With a wonderful Christian ethic, I will say that I am going to be. Speaking, a plenary speaker. And then I'm doing a workshop at restored hope network. Restored hope network. I respect and I know individuals who are part of this organization..

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"neth" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"And now Simon to does on they gotta be doing something, right? And making these guys happy first of all how is he not a star? When he got fifteen minutes you have Danny's pro can nut low. He's by. Even if he procam Nello, he should be happy canola fighting guy with. Such great what I know greatness is off on X's max S's, they never feel. I got a FaceTime. Call. I'm sorry. No feeling guilty. Talking about FaceTime jomie. What do you mean? Facetime. I don't know either, ma'am. Just like all right now, what is that the kids a little faint? Oh, do miss hungry. We got a rider. Mutt? Magus go to a caller Brooklyn rider. How about that guy? Please go into you. Now was going on brother. I'm good at what you. Good. Free A M London. Just. Somewhere. I'll go. Yeah. Twit some books, and I just want to mention. Disallowed to Egyptian. If WADA say his wants to take control of his own career, which is cooled us goods profit. If he's doing on you wants to fire on Showtime. Surely, I don't get wiped out new office going to aging. Why is with AJ making offers control time not make an offer to AJ to come on Showtime. Ed behind said loses times age as a free agent. He confide on Showtime. I'm trying to give this credit Neth had that many many times why so time not making offer to them and why not make over towards them. What did she tell you? It's a sign. It's a sign. I'm not gonna come out and say, oh, wow. Does duck can all of this his team, obviously. They don't fire. I know this is obvious. I think that just holding out could have rights. We do have to cut it, man. We are at media. We had the media center.

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"neth" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Untangle

"No reasonably good at teaching. And then you practice every day turns out, you get better. So I decided to go find teacher what kind of meditation were you doing? That's another thing. It was just sort of generic sitting there saying, I'm meditating and trying to call my mind and not reacting to stuff on the outside. But just being with myself Neth, relate, all I knew you were self taught than you kind of learned on your own how to meditate and then got restless with it while I don't know how much learning there was back then. Okay. This sitting there. Being quiet and hoping that my mind was selling a bit and slowing down a bit. And every time I realized by gotten off into some self made movie that I was white go. Yeah. I was meditating a back which actually is part of meditation. But I didn't know it at the time. My gosh, you know, I'm terrible at this. And by the way, that's very ego focused. Movie. Obsolete her. So the very first instruction. I got was when I was gonna say forty I went to a weekend retreat by then I was living in Boulder, Colorado, and Sharon salzberg and just Golstein were teaching bath. How I got my first struck shin, which is kind of a wonderful thing. Yeah. That if you're gonna get your first instruction, those are the two people to get it from that Sarang. Sharon came back into the meta retreat. So I had the balance of the pasta Neta, and then it was listening to recordings them teaching. And so that was my first entry into meditation with destruction. And did that change everything for you? I was gradually getting more and more on track. It was definitely helping as I was doing those than attentions now with instruction than beginning to gradually develop some ability with that I was feeling clearer and calmer. This was really gradual process, mainly it's just kind of one foot in front of the other rewiring, your brain using these various fishing time-tested techniques, and along the way, I just got more and more on track for myself.

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"neth" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"That's right. You need to go around it by building a brand. So comes to wreck to you. Do the ads are in bold. How you do that the media? So we focus on look what look what our president. Did. He was able to arbitrage out the entire mainstream media. You can definitely arbitrage out. Fuck and Miller standings. But right now Divi balance between record Sumer and also the way as it's business as we say, we're gonna help you with their marketing. Great value. And you want to be great. That's right. That's the way we've been get the leverage the reason I give more than I asked is the ultimate leverage. And light there's nobody on earth. I wanted to build a business for my parents. I didn't even like them having leverage. Really? You know, the amount of people honor that look like me the amount of people that went into their parents business spent fourteen years paying themselves nothing built a monster and left with nothing is very love. Thank you. But it comes from this almost like disease like need to not let anybody on earth have leverage with. Number one, anything from anybody. I don't even know how to ask for anything. I will say this on the record. I don't think it's the smartest thing either. I think it leads to when you're much older for one on my death that a little bit of resentment. I understand that. Right. Because when you're. You know? What's funny? I know this to be true. So I'll share it even though I'm the one who made the bed there is. People knew how much economics I've left on the table. I better always be growing. Because if I have a tough spot, I'm gonna be mad at everybody. You know what I mean? So it's a boat Rable place. But it is the absolute ultimate leverage. And that's how I think you to your customers. Keep them more than they you'll get them. All. It's how I built the wine business. That's how I built favor media. And it's how I built the fan base. There's people that are here literally because they feel guilty of how much I brought today literally guilt. Somebody outside the cocktail hour goes I bought this ticket because five years ago you were at Tom ferry real estate event. And we asked you for a stock tip as a question because we were all impressed that you invested in Facebook and Twitter, and you told me to buy Neth licks, and I did it and I made a fortune. And I started a mortgage company. This literally. Crazy size. Thank you. So you've been saying from the content side, you feel like you're getting canes. But you don't have the distribution figured out yet. We do we do on, sir. Facebook we do. Yep. Really? Trying to figure out. To me too. He wants. Whereas in school. Weekend. Agent..

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"neth" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"If you knew thanks for sticking through that if your regular you want keep those archives support to show through the sponsor sort of patriot. It would not superport if you're new then we have an intro. The intros are about twelve minutes to me rambling and attempting to explain the show or think about something related to sleep and then leaked approve my like, a adeptness it being Neptune. He said that before I don't know if a half, the ama- Depp being inept every little step with every step in with every step of the intro can approve that it'll be a friendly inept inept Neth nece because I'm not carrying anything breakable like I'm trying to pillow you softly, with my words is I like to joke about so that's the intro than tonight will have the conclusion of our mellow Rama Milica holiday soap opera sands as drama called as North Pole. Turns you can listen to him in any order. But this is a. Last one you could listen to it last you might fall asleep. You could listen to last night. And you know, last Christmas, you might have been saying very next day. You could give it away 'cause back is free. Anyway. So we'll have about forty five minutes to story bedtime story. Then we'll have some thank yous at the end. So shows about an hour. Even though it's a podcast. You don't really got to listen to even though I put a lot of work in the show it so you don't have to listen, you could just kick back barely pay attention barely tune into it. Kennedy lake really. You don't have to focus in also shouldn't feel any pressure to fall asleep. Now. I know there's like a lot of pressure to get good sleep internally and externally, and this is a loaded word or. Sette words, but you know, there's a lot of know it alls they're telling you how you should be sleeping and stuff like that. In it doesn't make it any easier, but lake this show under no pressure falsely within our LB here. Ramblin work my tail off. You know, we're working my head adeptness at ineptness the whole time to keep you company while you fall asleep at anytime in if you're one of those listeners that either needs to listen to the day during the day to calm down. Or you're not gonna fall I'll be here here to help. You all the way to the end. I believe in this mission of being your companion in the deep dark night in those you that are either just trying this for the first time or those you supporting me and standing with me that believe in the mission to in actively help that and those use it actively need the show to help you. In thinking about courage. The other is so many listeners show me so many different kinds of courage in so many inspiring people out there in as their record this. I'm trying to find some courage because they get not net. Major Jimmy when I hear from listeners, they're telling me stories of major courage in sometimes just getting through one of those Dietrich nights takes a lot of courage in. I'm going to the spied casting cavern. So it's I'm here this it'll be over in appealing net super nervous, which probably isn't a good sign because then usually win the anxiety hits me like an hour for the conference starts feeling comfortable in maybe laddy can relate to that. Makes me a little more less comfortable. But I know when I'm there needs some courage. I know that a lot of you show me the example, how to be courageous when your mind is like trying to discover stuff when it's positive situation were. But I was also thinking about who inspires me by their courage in sometimes these simple acts of child lake courage, like I just wanna share something because it's kind of like someone I admire for their courage when I was a little that. I haven't talked about on the show these stories in their short..

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"neth" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"In the end. We again had problems mixing it. We have to chain mixing studio. So it was kind of bit of a journey that album. Yes. So sometimes I skip over it. I think just pay from but it turned out. Great. And I was super proud of it. You can't make sense. Then how you go from the emission of twenty one twelve and hemispheres into a more radio friendly, I'm like permanent waves in nineteen eighty. I mean, you've already written the most complex music maybe ever for a rock band. So was it a conscious decision to write songs that were a little more concise permanent ways? Also sure of some longest, but yeah, ladder was I think the the key thing in what you're saying is the sidelong rush kind of ended with hemispheres. And in my mind, we had the fountain of lamb Neth we had done twenty one twelve. And now we had done hemispheres in that side long search, and I was kind of feeling like we were just starting to repeat ourselves in a way that we had kind of got a formula for these long songs, and that was becoming less interesting to do for me. And that's why you know, I sort of pushed, and we all sort of agreed that we should try to accomplish it in seven minutes. What that? That timeframe still not a commercial song by any stretch of the imagination. When radio is screaming for three minutes songs. We said well here this is seven and a half. Can't you deal with that? No, we can't deal. So it was a big change though. And it changed the way we looked at songwriting, and that was kind of inspiring moment. And yet you were still cutting against the grain. It seemed like even a song the spirit of radio which got a ton of radio airplay, even though it was essentially an attack on commercial radio and a lot of ways. Yeah. Attacking radio and yet. Okay. This is the song that radio chooses. They're going to play from rush. So it must have struck you guys somewhat comical. Yeah. I have to say it did because it just showed that weren't really understanding. And we just figured radio love songs that have the word radio in the title..

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"neth" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tonight scratches, injuries Vassilev asking Anton man, still injured. Atom Ernie's leader Kuku Denic Martell are the healthy scratches. Tyler Tuesday is serving the first game of a two game suspension. He got it. A scuffle with Matt Calvert while on the Detroit bench, and that's a no, no. And Anthony mantha got into a fight with Patrick Neth in that game against Colorado two nights ago and suffered a hand injury. He's going to be out four to six weeks. Also injured Trevor daily and Darren hell. Eddie pests qualley is first NHL start. But in Syracuse this year's five two and two you're talking about his weekend work for Syracuse. He had to win and an overtime loss. Last year after the trade brought him from the Oilers organization to Syracuse. That's qualley went ten one and two down the stretch with the crunch. Jimmy, Howard's eight one and one in his last eleven games. Played one of those was a no decision overall this year. He's nine six and three a two point six six goals against average any point nine to three save percentage. Referees tonight, Kevin Pollack and Jake brain brink. The linesmen are lining Cameron and Brian block in the first period pass quality and listening to my left and skate left right in their roadway jerseys with blue numbers Jimmy Howard, and the Red Wings will defend the net to our right or by right and move right to left in the first in their home red jerseys with white numbers opening face moments away. Lightning in wings meeting to four in the regular season series and of a three game road trip and lightning coming up next on lightning radio. Aussie.

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"neth" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But okay, anyways, I'll I'll stop talking about this. I'm curious to hear what the other slash on staff. Think of this movie when they when they eventually see it. We'll probably hear about that in the water cooler. Let's talk about some other news that broke over the night in that is that Netflix has cancelled daredevil. This is something that we didn't expect Chris. What do we know? Yes. Netflix has been slowly pulling the plug on their moral shows. Luke cage iron fist was canceled. I had Luke cage and now daredevil has been cancelled after three seasons leaving only Jessica Jones and the punisher as the. Only two remaining shows that belong to marvel and Netflix right now. In the statement. They said they that there are possible future projects for the character. And that can mean anything that could be, you know, net flicks in Jessica Jones or punisher or it could need Disney. Plus, but as for now, the daredevil series itself that appeared on Netflix is over and done with this is so weird. Because when Disney announced her streaming service actually a couple of months back. I believe one of the executives and Neth wakes basically with on record saying that we are happy with the performance of these shows, and that is our it's within our like responsibility of we want to cancel these are not saying that basically Disney does not, you know, call the shots on that one. And then three months later three of the shows of been canceled, including daredevil, which I think it's overwhelmingly the, you know, the fan favorite and critically acclaimed. Ben. He wrote an article on the site, basically trying to round up what we know about the future of daredevil, Linda, Ken these canceled net flicks. Marvel shows continue on Disney, plus or is it not possible? So there there's a lot of sort of weeds to get through here. But we know that more was going to let its current deal with Netflix expire in twenty nineteen and we know that Disney. Plus, the new streaming service is going to be in direct competition with Netflix when that debuts in the late twenty nineteen as well. So the, you know, there are a lot of factors to take into consideration here. But one of the things is that Allan seven wall. Who's a veteran TV.

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"neth" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

"Business that has to grow and grow and grow and grow versus something that you only have to support the maybe the three people who put it together in the beginning. And so I think that that's that ties into the definition of what I think accompanied one, or at least a company of one mindset is. And that's that it questions growth, and sometimes growth makes sense. But sometimes it doesn't, and I think in the scenario that you're describing I think we all kind of start a business in the same place like at zero we all start with no customers, and and needing revenue and customers and traction and all of that thing. So we all start with the requirement of growth, we all need to grow to get to a point where it's profitable. And if a business is profitable. It's much more durable. Like, it's hard for a business to go at a business if it's small and continues to make enough money and so. I think what's important here is to think about that word is to think about Neth because if we all start at zero and we all need to grow. We don't have enough in the beginning. We all need to grow to reach enough. But where I think a lot of companies or a lot of founders where things can go awry in their mindset is that they don't question what enough is and they just continue to have this rapid unending growth mindset forever. And so if we don't think about what enough is or how we know we've reached enough or what will change when we do reach enough, then we're just going to continue with the mindset that we all had at the onset of starting the thing. So I think the point of the book and really the thesis of the book is to figure out like what enough is and it's different for everybody. Just like the definition of success. I think is different for everybody. And to think about like hell, I know when I've reached enough and for me, I know how much revenue I need personally to cover all the freelancers that I work with. To cover my expenses, which are ridiculously lean and then to have enough money to put a lot of it into savings, and then some of it to pay myself personally. So if I know what enough is for me, then I can work towards reaching enough. So I know a specific example of that is I know I don't need. I know my enough number is small enough that they don't need to rely on paid acquisition for any of the products that I have I can rely on organic methods to get enough customers. I also know that if I make products good enough that more than half of the people who bought one thing from me have bought more than one thing from me. So I can focus a lot of my efforts on retention instead of acquisition and retention is easier because they already they're already interested enough to buy one thing from me if I make that one thing so good that they want to buy another thing from me, then that cost less time effort and energy to get them to to buy something again because the sales cycle shorter. They already know me already know the value of the work that I do they can just dig. And just pick it up. So I think when when we start to think about Kate what enough is how we know. We've reached it what will change when we reach it. We can start to think like does this growth actually serve the durability of my business or is his growth serving my ego. A lot of times we just think like, oh, well, maybe I want to have a bigger business because it sounds better. It might sound better. Look at dinner party. If I say, oh, I have a business of one hundred people versus like, I sit at home in my home office at a share with my pet rat and like work by myself on my computer all day..

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"neth" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"'cause you don't also don't know what kind of situation those girls are in either. They treat women like shit over there ain't fucking down with that. Hey, wasn't it insane. So Paul did you have did you have any like examples of seeing the Russians when they would have like their girlfriend and then their wife to like the game the next night. Well that was every game. It was in there to get married at a young age eighteen nineteen twenty and have three girlfriends on the side. Narrates. So you married so young over there. Hey, there was a girlfriend section and there's a wife section at the rink there in the up set corners in and they were just like better have a better bag than that bitch. What they didn't. They didn't give a shit. You know, like you said they treated their women their dogs better there women, you know, they're why to go home, and I'm going out. You got no choice. Yeah. We'll get to get puddle till nine in the morning, then go back, you know, throughout the practice politically in the bag, and then you go home or disappear for five days. Not tell anybody where you are going to bender and so up like you'll nothing happens. Did you ever dummy anyone in in a game you ever fight over there at all? Yeah. I got I got in a few fights over there chasing, these fuckers around thinking, they're all that getting, you know, paid so yeah, I gotta get a few guys face got in a few fights. But. They wanted nothing to do with that. There was a you know, it was a beer league. No hitting don't touch me. I won't cut you lied. So you know, there's ton of skill. You're all Chuck was over there. When I was there Tarasenko Canarian. So it was like that on the big ice being fatted skaters. I am I have to work harder chasing these fuckers around. Did you ever have any issues with getting paid on time? Imagine Novokuznetsk nets had some issues. You know what I can? I can honestly say I got my money all my money on time are never had anywhere. Novel. Yeah. No, no, not at all Noah cruise Neth is as city is the place was I got my money. You know, they probably started me. Yeah. Yeah. Y'all. You could change here or there. But I got my money. I didn't have to fight for it. I didn't have to to yell and scream or threaten the play. But I was lucky one of the lucky want to that always deposited my Bank account to the deposited. I got a fuck out of the country. Hey, did you talk. Did you talk to me guys from the team that had all the fighters on it where the owner was was crazy Russian at apparently he would go into the locker room with like AK forty sevens and shit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. I know I know a lot of guys, you know, not league. When when you're you're North American us wanna see another North American to say, hi, you know, feel speak English. So I was like fucking. I look to see who's on the team just if I can talk to somebody, you know, think I'm normal again. And I could talk to him. So yeah, we played them many kinds. But obviously thank God that nj chase after me 'cause he'll guys like morass. He would have beat the fucker to me. Quick question actually, going back to Chicago soaps..

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"neth" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"neth" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

Main Engine Cut Off

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

"And if that's the kind of green -ment that the two sides are working on, then maybe this the concern about not being able to go up. I ISS is is not as worse. And as one might think, I would have wished that they had discussed more of that at the next meeting. But of course there's only so much time discuss. Yeah, maybe getting into the weeds of what some of the people there wanted out of the meeting. But I mean it does feel overblown because like you're saying, there's going to be Americans flying on that Soyuz and I was talking recently, you know, the UAE picked an astronaut or they're in the process of picking an astronaut, and they have a flight booked on a Soyuz for next April. So it's very obvious that they can acquire a seat very quickly with sufficient motivation. So I've not, I still can't understand now, obviously, you want something to say like, hey, this is a is a big deal to get some extra attention at certain points in time. You might need that extra attention. But time again, I'm just seeing all these reasons why it's not actually that big of a deal and obviously not optimal, but definitely not like an we're going to have to abandon the space station for six months at a time. If we don't have the flights we need, it's it's very odd. Who do you think would even be able to answer that kind of thing? Or do you think it's just a NASA strategy in general that we don't really wanna talk about that until commercial crews flying. I don't know whether shows is I can imagine that they are laser focused on getting our systems flying and not so much what comes next. But I do think it's an important question and I wish that that had been discussed. Well, we'll have to find another session to to bring it up on. Well, that's gonna meet again in December. So maybe they'll talk about there yet and some of those subcommittee calls, nobody really tends to push the button for questions. So maybe you and I can be pushing the press one for a question or whatever it is to. That's that's the difference. It's not a question. You cannot ask a question. You can only make make a comment. Okay. Well, it's worded suggestion. It's gonna ask questions. I think we'd all be calling. Yeah, I got a question but questions not allowed only comment. There was one thing at the neck meeting that was interesting with commercial crew. There was a little bit of hubbub around the Chris Ferguson situation and the fact that he's going to be flying on the first star liner test flight. Do you have any sense what's going on there? Because some of the knack members were upset that he's flying at all on the flight. Seems Boeing has this whole policy historically that they always have one of their own on a test flight to me that seems like why he's on there. It's a very curious situation though. Is wondering if you've got any feelings on that. I think it was not so much. So Jim, Boston's very concerned about why there were three. But I don't think that he was concerned as to whether they were Boeing Nassar, whatever it was just three, why you need three people instead of two. And then there was the other question about Ferguson training to be part of an expedition mission. If in fact, that's what they decide to use it for. So I think it and I was confused about it actually. 'cause I didn't hear them talk about how the other the two Neth astronauts training for space station as well. But NASA actually contacted me afterwards to make sure I understood this that all three of them we're gonna do whatever they're gonna, do. All three will testify or all three will do an expedition Nisshin. But I think that this question is to why you need tree is very interesting, and you know, Jim Voss raise all the shoes for listeners. It was basically you're adding human risk. You're having free people on a test flight. And Nassar's response was you've either determined that the spacecraft is faith or not. And once you've made that. Vision..

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"neth" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"neth" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is pretty this is really interesting. How this company is starting to morph Major competitor Walgreens they unveiled, Telehealth platform, last, month called fine care now many clinic. Street people with. Minor illnesses and injuries like coughs and rashes things like that And some say this could be the future of healthcare. For. Minor issues, I mean think about it we are in. Fact. I bet the emergency room downtown right now is full, of? People that probably shouldn't, be there absolutely I mean there's another way for them to get help absolutely you, don't go to the emergency room for the flu right but. There of course we have walk, in clinics that that are. Better suited for that kind of thing but there are a lot. Of, people, that can't. Get, there I. Think this is pretty interesting but CVS is. Doing this this is. Part of, the pie to help. Reduce overall healthcare costs yeah yeah more options yes. It, is definitely gonna open up a new world Don all the Don show, good morning Don Nine Bone to pick with you. Don. Okay. Okay I remember when they were released the kids to the parents. Here couple of weeks, ago there was a guy that was interviewed at a thirteen year old daughter as wife and other kids live back. Mexico he came up here to work and to give his daughter a better. Education now now I'm tired of paying a free. Ride you, know illegal immigrants caused this, concrete two hundred and forty billion dollars a year in lost wages to American. Citizens how did it also caused two hundred twenty billion dollars a year in social services that, they're they're supposedly not qualified for, okay Neth don't include the school that we put these kids through okay well with the doctor kids they need. To pay us back they they need to make Mexico great again they need. To go back to Mexico or Guadalajara or wherever. They're going, where the people are not, educated date their education wisdom and their concrete better that's the whole idea I. Think of giving them a free education so they can re educate or bring the education back, up that's a good point. Don If a docu kid graduated from the university of Texas your parents. Home country desperately need. You Yeah but how do you really convinced that if someone who doesn't know. That home, country hey you really need to. Leave here and go help another country be better I mean. That sounds pretty it sounds wonderful I don't agree? With the loss wages aspect of things either how how do they come up with that number I don't agree that that we've that citizens have lost billions of two of, wages because other people had taken their jobs you'd like to see, this judge, in, Houston, today, rule.

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"neth" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"neth" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Four lots of good starts marija a couple of things that come in this is from a person who's not a regular finebaum listener this is from joe who says i haven't listened to a lot but i have to tell you if you promise me that i get that every day i'm listening to lot more that was good radio that was knocked down drag out to guys who they truly love each other i think deep down they love each other i think they do to one thing we do on the show guys we usually award a winner neth what we call phone or feud oh are you are you able to declare a winner in the eye man versus jim phone if i'm going jim i mean i like i man but i think jim came in he was short he was sweet the thing is for me i need to be able to have order i'm a control freak and i'm in won't stop talking when when i asked him to stop and that makes it hard because i'm trying to control it we had to just turn his volume down for a minute so i'm going to say jim early but i'm more than willing for the rematch i kinda late in my vote towards i'm an just for his one liners he had some really good one liners the need to go back and listen to again kind of figure out what he was talking about derek says i have to tell you this was like the old days if i'm though people just screaming at each other i've missed it i like it ryan doesn't know what he just did who ride oko because he just picked i man yes oh so you got him mad whatever works anything that keeps this independent variable here i don't know these guys i'm here for the first time i had the better one line i don't i don't know i don't know either.

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"neth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"neth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Out and talking a little a little gambling aligns gone easy on meal and one two did not the best we can appreciate jet zil get from usa today nba rider joining us in the first hour of the the show thanks to our kovacs on the board at stewart kodak's cbs on twitter you should follow whom their if no it's good for yet i would say politely thursday nice and that uh adam klube same thing with nicely please follow adam underscore closed on twitter executive producer of the show my name is bill writer and off thank you for listening for spending some of your time europe got neth legs who got hulu got the nfl we got family life no you are busy and appreciate you spending some time with us here on the show thank you thank you thank you i'm on twitter violate sports writer sports r e v i t r n even to those views only two of you we got real mad at me real maverick j caller you know one your hard i'm just going to say you know in your heart it's true i'm not manager be mad at me d d d d w on the manager i'm just telling you you know in your heart it's true he's going to break your heart aren't we will back to a two morrow talk in some nfl maybe d dive into some of the things that we saw from this weekend's games right now currently fourteen the three lions over the packers only thirteen and eighteen adrs sector that will times as much as one yards but they're just not the same team without aaron rodgers all right bill rider the show is rider the new thank you for hanging out we are back tomorrow hope you are back with us.

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"neth" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"neth" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"All right so back in this history y'all did this and what happened what did you learn from this process we launched sent me feature and it wasn't for us there was never a you know we're gonna want to make it available to our customers and unmatched us what it is we had a very ambitious roadmap we were working on partnerships with companies like neth and others and we had a plan and we wanted to continue building and continue providing value to our customers through software updates and through the launch of integrations as frequently as we saw fit so that's exactly what happened and you guys will also as soon as part of your roadmap you actually helped with the development of this red protocol which is a wireless protocol with nest in samsung and some other companies now your first sense me did not has thread in it i believe by how did that go and how did that aligned with what you guys were duly yeah it was all part of our strategy and we worked with nest in the early stages actually pre acquisition and as you noted we shared very similar philosophies and how these products should work and operate and we gotta understand the vision for thread and how it relates to the home and so we invested heavily in helping to develop that specification i believe it thread just was wildly amazing in terms of membership and in terms of contribution so that was a pretty amazing adventure is not exactly taken the world by storm i know the formal specification took allowed canal that it's been out for about a year and i still don't see a lot of threadneedle products does that disappoint.

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