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Escobar, Peterson lead Mets past Rangers 4-3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Escobar, Peterson lead Mets past Rangers 4-3

"The Met snapped a three game slide with a four to three win over Texas David Peterson earned his 5th win He struck out ten with no walks in 6 innings I think it was just attacking the zone being able to get a lot of first pitch strikes and kind of put them behind the ball and be able to use the counters I wanted Defense was great The med school and all that runs against Glenn Otto in the fourth inning highlighted by Eduardo Escobar is three run Homer Marcus Simeon two hits in a homework for Texas Metz now 48 and 29 the range is 36 and 39 Mike mancuso New

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"otto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:14 min | Last month

"otto" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Mister Otto also breaks down the hegelian dialectic and its role in the current culture war. And finally, the paramount importance of living according to love instead of fighting evil and so, so much more. If you find yourself relating to the episode you're about to hear, I have a feeling you'll love my telegram channel where I post all of the forbidden content that would be censored on the big tech platforms. You can find it at Luke story dot com slash telegram if you've got the stomach for it. Now it's time to dive into the expansive heart and mind of mister Jonathan Otto, enjoy the show and big blessings to you and yours..

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Short-handed Warriors get past frustrated Heat, 118-104

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Short-handed Warriors get past frustrated Heat, 118-104

"Jordan Poole scored thirty points and the warriors opened the second half on a nineteen oh run to beat the heat one eighteen one oh four Damian lead Jonathan coming to an end we can see each scored twenty two points for the warriors the warriors were without injured Steph curry and Andre is the dollar and rested Draymond green Otto Porter junior and Klay Thompson Kyle Lowry scored twenty six points bam Adebayo had twenty five in Jimmy Butler finished with twenty four Miami Butler you down as Haslem exchange words during a time out in the second half both needing to be held back by teammates I'm Dave Ferrie

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CNN Unfairly Covers Canadian Truckers Protest

The Larry Elder Show

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

CNN Unfairly Covers Canadian Truckers Protest

"CNN just teed off on these truckers. Listen to this. In our healthy Canada is seeing it second week of protests against COVID restriction, protests that have crippled everyday life there. It started with a group of truckers, angry about vaccine mandates, blocking traffic on January 29th. Over the weekend, more demonstrations sprouted across the country in Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec City, streets are clogged, the honking is incessant and deafening. Many businesses and even some schools can not open. Now the mayor of Ottawa was declaring a state of emergency. Let's get right to CNN's Paula Newton who's live in Otto and Paula. Police have been reluctant to take any major steps to clear the protesters because of fears of escalating matters. Same network cheering on people trashing the streets, causing violence, including deaths during the four months after the death of George Floyd.

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Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

"Steph Steph curry curry delivered delivered thirty thirty three three points points in in the the warriors warriors ran ran their their winning winning streak streak to to eight eight games games with with a a one one oh oh five five ninety ninety decision decision over over the the clippers clippers curry curry had had thirteen thirteen points points in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter helping helping Golden Golden State State improved improved to to eighteen eighteen at at two two heading heading into into Tuesday's Tuesday's showdown showdown with with the the sons sons Otto Otto Porter Porter chipped chipped in in eighteen eighteen points points and and Jordan Jordan Poole Poole added added seventeen seventeen to to the the victory victory as as the the warriors warriors improved improved to to seven seven or or no no on on the the road road Golden Golden State State led led by by just just one one late late in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty six six nine nine run run Paul Paul George George led led Los Los Angeles Angeles with with thirty thirty points points and and Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe and and Marcus Marcus Morris Morris each each added added thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"otto" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"otto" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

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"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"I'm moving into the feature narrative space at the moment so working on some really exciting films a in western australia and developing theories as well for the streaming so sort of jumping strike back into the crazy world and gracing. I at the same time trying to find on next subject. So were you know we get on the phone every time like who can we get So you know we never make a film about the ten mice famous bands will. I'm next time we'll just pick one band or one person and and from that. That's that's great crazy. What are you working on. My speech of film narrative in post production seriously read which is a film production company. Don't ask peaches and then. I've directed on comedy series called the Which is like a sketch show. That just came out worldwide on amazon Drops every week so we just talked episode trae yesterday and then yeah joining a fashion show here. This fashion work and then yet mental started a show with netflix spot. With the pandemic that could just disappear so just wanna yet waiting to say the next few weeks but definitely busy usually ought to life holdings at once but i'm working on Threes threes could wait is still split. Your focus belichick. My dad is well. Yes that's anyone and so. I'm excited to see that when you're done with a bit look you both. I think you for being so generous with your time. I really loved this movie. You painted such an intimate portrait of artists making art and not really always knowing where they were going. But having the comfort in air studios to be able to fail when they needed to and to find a way through it and that really resonated so congrats on a great movie. And cody gracie. I can't wait to see what you do next. thank you. And that's how they went down special. Thanks again to cody greenwood and gracie otto for being so generous with their time and coming down to chat about their latest film under the volcano. And remember folks. Let your friends and family know. About under the volcano. This is an independent film. So it's great to get the word out there and it's such a fun film to watch so You bill thank you for telling them about it. You know folks. This was originally done as of virtual screening have an invite list. It's free to sign up for you. Could find it at backstory dot net slash events. And you could sign up to be on our newsletter and you'll get invites when we do virtual screening so you could watch the film and see the qna before anyone else and you'll also get updates about what we're doing with the magazine.

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"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Backstory dot net. You could read us on a desktop or laptop or via our ipad app. Backstory in folks. You know we recently published our summer issue are black widow issue and the interesting thing is even after we published. We then go back and add new articles into the magazine. Because we're digital. We could do that. So there's a lot of great content in there and i hope you check it out. You can see our table of contents over at backstory dot net for issue forty three and you can also read our free issue if you've never read this before it's a really good way to see who we are and what we do and if you like what you read you could of course become a subscriber and we hope you do and you could use discount coupon code save five that save the number five and that will save you five dollars. A one year subscription to backstory magazine. And you're log in credentials. Were work on the website where you could use that code but also you could use them on an ipad if you have one in use that for our app as well but look. It would really mean a lot to me to have my podcast listeners. And itunes a spotify and my youtube watchers on the backstory magazine. Youtube page watching all these zoom casts becomes subscribers from my passion project. So thanks for considering but now without any further ado. Let's jump right back into our conversation. With cody greenwood and gracie otto about their latest film under the volcano in that brings us to my favorite section of the film as a police fan dumb recording ghosts in the machine seeing the whole movies of kind of them out amongst the island people and appreciating that music and how that in turn influence them and drove them in. That direction was really fascinating. Talk about the ghost of the machine section. and how. You're starting to hear about the pressure that they're under and the band is getting edgy. with each other which. We're starting to see that culminates. Later i always find the police an interesting case study for a band because it kind of feels like they're a little bit stuck together you know and be summoned at one time. It was going to join the rolling stones and it was kind of like these three characters and three very strong personalities. I grew up with anti summa's mums very close friend of his and Then the sting and stewart copeland who was probably my favorite into that he did He was totally knots. But they're very strong personalities. And i think that was you know the fact that died losted until even goes. Shane visited synchronicity. It's kind of using for how much each of them wanted to. Really be front and center of that band But i. I feel like with gordon machine. It was one of those things where the cracks definitely starting to show but it was a really commercially successful albums so. I don't doubt that that will like let's try and get this short one more time because synchronicity but you know as grace he might wanna talk to. She calls them the school brats of the film because they had we had all the archive of the place. Andy summits and goalies amazing photography's requirements. I'm video footage. All three wanted to that will go interesting stories so it was quite hard to balance them out in the film because they're quite a force and it's why we had them to come in to us yet. Definitely i think. Yeah andy. Stewart some of the fiber interviews. 'cause has said that they were such strong personalities. And i wasn't. I wasn't like police family because they didn't know all history about the place going into the documentary. But i kind of i always found like some of the footage found from that documentary by gills. What's his angels holland to call on. Yes some of that stuff that it's in the film but it was interesting saying kinda staying playing going all i can do. I can do a drum machine thing. I can do this. An estimate was always like a bit of a catalyst of like when the music industry ended up. When you know now the digital space and everything with pro tools coming in office could go i can. I can do this. And i also do this in tweet. That in twenty thousand. I guess that's part of the musical jay's sting and going out on his own but yeah did they allow that all so interesting in so strong and you know in bed. Don't describe it was. It's a different turn for the documentary because you're intimately getting with these three iconic characters talking slowly about their break-up and how it associates to the island and that's not something that those folks do that that's what's interesting. I felt like i dunno. I like interviewing people and amid ended. I got off to a bit of a bad start. But sometimes i just want people to relax a full the interview and like was a line woman. Doing this and does question i said. Can you tell me who what to band needs. Like something from a police oxide. Great this guy. I've got him. So offside now that he's going to really get his head fox when he realizes how much i actually have to ask him in the next hour and a know about me that by the end of the he was became an ideological injury and was quite because we kind of went to his place in the lighting worked with was like all. You can be quiet setting up cashew. It's recording theater. Pace was decomposing at the time. It was very quiet and then he just sat on his chair thought interview abdullah like a million miles an hour. Eight o'clock in the morning. I apologize because i actually had to. It was on steady slightly..

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"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And that's how. I kind of really your documentary and that led to your first documentary film. The last impressario yet. Yeah and that was amazing. It was just a mid seventy credit. Incredible paypal's remarkable. But he's last style in the white Kind of doors open for me pasta after the film but it was incredible like personal kind of film to make on someone who's a suspended yes such quality time at the end of his life. And yeah and i guess 'cause he'd started theater and my mom had in my dad. I was fascinated with that era. That's awesome and then we're going. Get to cody one more second. But you guys got. We also transitioned into television. Which is a totally different type of directing you did pipo and then you did the other guy what were what. Were your kind of lessons trial by fire of your tv experience coming from short films and documentary past on love because it so fast and said you know you get a chance to take on a show that you know you don't have to spend body bodies of your life on i love to straight. We should like eight ten pages a day. So such a Editing like four days again kind of a rough cut of the episode. so it's a it's a male cutting out very similar in that. We like spayed bossed unsleeping tei super fun so i like to be nominee police on my first feature film at the moment in that said completely different process as well. Is it some kind of the script to begin with whereas daca i think we're in the editor like twenty. Wait till something. It was a really long edit process and yet so i just like doing it all. I think it has straightened get easily. Pigeonholed into just one category to still this try reading. That's that's a smart tactic to move around you. Leave your options open. Yeah that definitely makes sense. Cody tell tell us about your path like what what made you choose entertainment. I know you also started with some short films. I mean in in a similar way to gracie. I grew up with parents in the entire industry. My mom's studied documentary making at ucla So i studied media older high school. I was completely obsessed and then i went straight into media added university so i did that chila here in western australia. And then i had the same idea as gracie. I wanted to go on an exchange program. And i ended up going to oxford. Brookes in oxygen uk. And doing the film over there. And then i came back from Von before you move on site interrupt. What was just same question that i that i asked a second ago. What was what was the highlight of your film school. Experience did it did it. Click something for you or could you have gotten away without going to film school. I think i think that that part of film school. I could have got away without going to but the i went from oxford brookes over. Ucla and i did It was just started with a significant independent producing. And i loved it and i think that may was really when it clicked my love and producing because i'd been floating around in different roles. The film wasn't sure exactly what aspect it was and then when i went to ucla all like oh yeah this is. This is what i meant to be doing. So i probably could've skipped everything prior to that. I just going. Ucla done this tickets. But anyway you live in your land there you go and then you're kind of first. Big official feature documentary was angela's rules which also is in the music realm of documentaries. So what was your biggest lesson of of doing that even though you had done shorts before that and you had produced before that yeah. I had a really incredible introduction into the film industry. Because the first documentaries that i've ever worked on were four on national indigenous broad kosta here in australia and i say and there were. There was a set of fifteen documentaries. One being angela's rules that was directed by emerging indigenous for mike is about everyday indigenous australians in the face of adversity so that were the most incredible stories Angela's rules is amazing story. There was a spinoff quote. Family rose here in australia But is essentially about a family of nine indigenous women who raised by a single mom. And they're locked the kardashians. They're the most hilarious family and they really wonderful. Intelligent women But angela the oldest Is a singer and so it was sort of about her journey being a singer and also what the family has sort of gone through. But yeah it was. You know that to be my introduction into the film world. It's still want the biggest highlights of my career and sort of where i started so i feel really fortunate. That's cool and it prepares you for today's film which we're going to get into right now. Tell us how the two of you kind of coalesced and what your initial idea was when you realize that. There was a documentary. Potential for under the volcano. Not not to be confused. With the john. Huston film of the seventies by the way i kind of love as a as a as a very depressing movie. Yours yours is. Yours is completely different very different. Yeah it has it. Has a personal origins is story to me. My mom was a audits and she was living in months. Rat in the seventy s. She'd heard about this island in the caribbean where the haba was always going to be too shallow for cruise ships and planes could land lose three mountainous volcanic and She decided to go down there in the seventies and start a career as an artist Pro after being a documentary film mica and she was down there in the late seventies and a guy called george martin who happened to produce the bagels was also down there at the same time and they met and he said oh you know. I'm building a recording studio here. And so she was the during the first few years of the studio Became really good friends with all of the musicians and then would sell her artwork to them to make living so we would gracie night when we were interviewing people at work was all throughout the house. Which was really cool. That's what i would always go down monster as a kid. My mom would hold on exhibitions in antarctica. Which is the neighboring altamont threat And i was kinda impulse postponed.

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"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks without a doubt. This episode was an absolute blast. And i was pleased to have our guest today. Co writer and producer cody greenwood and co writer director gracie otto and look. I hope you spread the word about this film under the volcano because it just was released today so anybody that has access to the internet can now see the film and I think it's a special film. So i i hope it really does make the rounds because It absolutely deserves to be seen. You know cody and gracie were very forthcoming with their time and really got into the nitty gritty of all the behind the scenes stuff that they covered but adding a little more depth to it and then getting into some of the stories. That didn't make it into the film. And i really loved this film. It's it's fascinating and you'll hear me say when the police broke up. It was just devastating to me and seeing the breakup unfold in the recording sessions kind of an alien nation that the members were getting with each other is definitely a highlight of this film. And i just. I love it so much So look cody and gracie were very generous with their time and had a lot of things to input about their own creative process. So i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you also check out backstory magazine over at backstory dot net. You read this on a desktop or laptop or via our ipad app backstory and folks. You know we just recently published are black widow issue our summer issue and you know we've continued adding stuff to it even though we're already published so there is a lot to explore it. I hope you check out the table of contents over at backstory dot net and also You know if you've never read this before. I hope you check out the free issue which you could also read it. Backstory dot net or the are ipad app. And you know if you like what you see and you want to support independent film journalism. You could become a subscriber and if you do. I hope you use code. Save five and that will save you five dollars off a one year subscription of backstory magazine us that at our website but you're logging credentials will still work on an ipad. So it's a way to subscribe to us without paying an extra thirty percent to apple which we really love and appreciate when you ever you do. But there's a lot to explore it backstory and it would really mean a lot to me to have my podcast listeners in i tunes and spotify and of course my youtube watchers at the backstory magazine youtube page these zoom caskey be able to support my passion project so thanks for considering and of course if you want to attend one of these virtual screening you could always sign up over at our website. Backstory dot net slash events. And that will put you on her email list and then you'll get notifications when we're doing virtual screenings and hopefully getting back to in bursa screenings. You'll get an email from time to time about the magazine and podcast are up to as well and it's totally free. So just backstory dot net slash events. But now without any further ado let's jump right into our interview with co writer and producer cody greenwood and co writer director gracie otto about their latest film under the volcano gracie cody. It's good to see you. Thanks for coming on to the to the podcast today. Yeah thanks for having us halfway around the world. What respective cities are y'all in on sydney. So it's saturday morning. Cutting in perth western australia. I had to go through four states to back. It's like playing boorda tetris in australia at the moment to try to move around right because some lockdowns are starting right. Cody's well. I'm going to an outdoor dinner tonight. I'm fully vaccinated and i'm gonna be on a patio somewhere and i know i'm not going to be able to that for much longer if people don't come down. But hey this is all about a virtual screening. That people are watching from the convenience of their own home. So let's get into it. So i always love to give our podcast listeners. Just a a sense of who you are and where you come from gracie your father is a is a legendary actor in australia so you kind of have an entertainment background. But that doesn't mean that all children of entertainers go into the entertainment industry. What do you think. Lead you on your path to getting behind the camera. Differing from your father rather than being front. I was always interested. I mean i played. I played soccer australia. When i was in school of very my mom's side of the family very sporty. What other go. I grew up in the theater. My mom had a theater company. Belva straight she worked at. Dad was doing lot applies. My oldest miranda was acting. I would make little short films that at high school on Scholefield code kill blogs. My of year school thing decided to go to film school. Like i've always enjoyed telling me what to do is opposed to them telling me what to do by did dabble in acting. I was that good. But i don't mind it. Where where did you go to film. School went to sydney film school. We'd like to. When i was seventeen to two four zero or something you know. It's it's an interesting thing to bring up for a second and we'll get to you in a second but like some people have different versions of what they do or don't like from film school. Was it a positive experience for you. Did you find it collaborative or did you. What was what was your highlight of your film school experience. I loved it because i didn't go to university. 'cause he couldn't go in exchange for like three years to film school and this was a year and a half course where basically you got to Pitch as a director on the eating going for directing editing. You kinda went for everything so you would do like full films in the first half of the year but one of them had a major role the director at a production designer. And then you have a minor role editor assistant or something like that so that was really good. Because you've got to learn about all the different departments. I obviously went pretty hot on a peach on the first one to get direct. Up is also competed right and then we didn't know document and we would contain ford. I think i was an editorial on documentary about italian. Best coming to australia But never really the documentary teachers. A great they did a lot of kind of social dot. Snap wasn't really style of documentary. I was interested in. And then i was in canfield testable reynolds twenty one and gone michael. Why and i think. I just thought i'd be at a get. A fate. trumpeted takes like ten years whereas a documentary always sidelight documentaries like jumping out of the plane. You've got access. You got a camera you could get going. Then you figure out how to funded whereas a feature film kind of spend ten years in development trying to get it up so every team you know. He was like going to yoga. I not going to be also. These people had the access to do that. Spent three years going around the world doing that. I just loved the price of it leading to university in those kind of like studying to british theatre and cultural season seventies..

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Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

Here & Now

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

"Chancellor Angela Merkel has been facing tough questions while touring damage from those devastating floods last week that killed at least 196 people. Germans are asking why their country famous for engineering and its leading role in climate change, negotiations could be caught so tragically off guard by the kind of extreme weather that climate scientists have predicted. For years. The past few weeks have also seen a blistering heat wave in the American West and above normal hurricane season is predicted. And the kind of extreme weather events that climate change will make more likely and more severe, are said to be coming. Fredricka Otto is associate director of the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University in the UK Freddy. Welcome. Thank you very much. Yeah, and start with the flooding. We know that rising temperatures caused by the greenhouse effect of gas emissions means we're living kind of inside a greenhouse, which is holding onto moisture, which then? Rains down on us Now we can never attribute a specific weather event to climate change directly. There are other factors always but these downpours in Germany behind this flooding We're hearing that the rainfall was being called unimaginable volumes of rain more than 18. Gallons of water could pour down. On an area within just a few hours. You know, when you hear this kind of number, that kind of water coming down is that something? That you who studies these, You know, severe weather. Did that click like Oh, yeah, that's that's what we're going to be seeing. It's one of the very well known aspects of climate change that we see more extreme rainfall and also more extreme rainfall coming down in a shorter time. And we know from tropical countries which are hotter about There is a lot more rain coming down in a short amount of time. And when we have higher temperatures in more mid latitudes, we also see This kind of rainfall,

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"Co-Headliners Special"  Stars Headliners Greg Otto & Tom McTigue with Lynn Stobener warming up the Audience Show #55   - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:18 min | 1 year ago

"Co-Headliners Special" Stars Headliners Greg Otto & Tom McTigue with Lynn Stobener warming up the Audience Show #55 - burst 01

"Shirt has got his label. It says wash separately and that's going to happen guys ever watched anything separately right. Oh a shirt along with a sleeping bag mice as much stuff criminal the wash. This is like a cup of water in the whole washer coming out. It's already dry. Bin labels has never needs ironing. Yeah if you don't mind looking like a wino- using detergent the labels is harmful or fatal swallowed well which is a. I need to make some plans minded. I feel bad for a few days. Be next month's rent labels on because of those legal and tylenol says you shouldn't take tylenol if you the more than three alcoholic drinks a day. That's why i'm taking my time. I'm

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OnePlus Is Getting Even Closer With Oppo

The Droid Life Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

OnePlus Is Getting Even Closer With Oppo

"One plus otto. Let's talk about these guys for a minute all right. So one plus said this week Ceo pete lau of one plus who also manages something for oppo. He works for auto. Now i believe pete lau used to work for auto like him and carl pay before one plus worked at auto and then i don't wanna say they founded one plus because one plus they didn't really found what they just. They were hired to lead one plus when he became a new sub brand of bb k rights. Like that's really yemane. Are we really to believe that they kind of like never rated from otto and like were some small startup like an hundred percent now. It's all marketing so it's all. Yeah so we're kind of coming full circle though. Because pete lau now since last year i believe he was just earlier. This year has started kind of working for auto again in as like managing their product portfolio. And so he's kind of had oppa oneplus member he was at oh and then he was there to lead one plus when they started that up so anyway when he announced this week is that one plus let me get this right is deeper. Integration further integration mitch's openness opened up his statement here so we is have decided to its further integrate chris after his entire post out to find the exact words. I'm looking for do do further integrate. That as we've decided to further integrate our organization with auto. So what does that mean well. Pizza's they're going to be independent. We will continue to operate independently. However i guess that depends on peach turn or or definition of the term operate. Because what he said. Is there going to start working together. Like their teams are going to work together.

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The Biography of Anne Frank

This Day in History Class

02:35 min | 1 year ago

The Biography of Anne Frank

"The day was june twelfth. Nineteen twenty nine jewish girl named analysts. Murray frank better known as an frank was born in frankfurt on mine. Germany to eat in otto frank and frank is well known for her story of persecution. During the holocaust and in her family went into hiding in nineteen forty two during the german occupation of the netherlands in world war two. The family was soon discovered in sent to cuss in training camps. An's father auto was the only one in the family to survive the holocaust but an frank had kept a diary during her time in hiding which otto worked hard to get published. The diary has now been translated into many languages sold. Millions of copies and has been adapted for other mediums and frank was born into a family of modest wealth and prominence auto was a well to do businessman but after the nazis came to power in germany and parents decided to move to amsterdam away from so much anti semitism and a suffering economy amsterdam auto company that dealt impacted which is a substance used as a setting agent in jams and jellies and father mother and older sister marcotte immigration i and an joint them in amsterdam february of nineteen thirty four but beginning in may of nineteen forty nazi germany occupied amsterdam. After and her family had settled into life in amsterdam. Living in the netherlands became dangerous as the nazis began to persecute jewish. People an was forced to transfer from a public school to a jewish school in september of nineteen forty one in nineteen forty two on her thirteenth birthday and got a plaid diary. But as nazis began to send jewish people to concentration camps and marcotte got a letter saying she needed to report for work at a labor camp. The frank family went into hiding on july six. They began living in an attic of autos office at princeton god to sixty three in her diary and called their hiding spot. The secret annex the entrance to the hiding spot was behind a movable bookcase some of those friends and colleagues including me. he's smuggled food clothes supplies and information to the franks

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"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"Is how much whatever. And that's something that. I personally love the lots and i know it's a bit unfair to say that you love something that is built by speech league but it's just this is basically something that i use it more than siri or alexa. So well i can tell you. I want that and you got me laughing at passes. I call it the family test. Because when i get cited about attack i asked my wife to try it and i asked my two teenage daughters. Try it. because they're the biggest fix they're not in technology so if it works for them and they like it then that works out. This works for your wife. That's a good test there but that sounds super cool. I would love to have something like that conversational thing to create a grocery less than actually go shopping. I haven't seen much of that. So that's okay. it's all it's not cheating. It's eating your own dog food. Vega our right auto silk prediction time. I asked a couple prediction questions. What it short term prediction next year or two prediction. You have for this industry. I think that in the next year or two we will actually see some mainstream press releases. Or let's say we will see him in mainstream media examples of this business voice powered use case. There hasn't been that many out there in the public. But there are lots are in the works so my prediction that in the next one or two years we will actually be reading a lot more about these use cases and the value that they're creating i don't there say that they would capture more mindshare than the consumer humor use cases because there's a lot of heavy heavyweights behind those use cases but i would say that they will be they will be starting to control bigger and bigger parts of the mindshare. So that'll be my short term short term prediction. All right. how about ask you to really rub your crystal ball and give you the five or ten year prediction. my highway. ten year our prediction. He's out there is no more boys industry. So that that is quite a roster. Say this kind of discussion. But what i mean with that one star wars will become so commonplace and will become just a integrated modality. It will just be so natural part of every single interface. That reese that there is no need for a separate convoys industry but there will be your experience industries designing mistry spoke on the front functions that are working with them and you know. They have in their tool box..

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"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"I'm weekend finally ripe. The like mike collect the fruits of our work by being able to innovate and find these new problems that can be sold in mobile way with multiple applause so so super exciting times. It is super say it strikes me as you're talking right as i remember back to the when everything was unix or dos and in his character based i used to do work per wordperfect word processing these different key combos and you learn things there in that but that was really cool at the time. And then the gooey came along and at first people in quite get it and then it revolutionized so many things. All of a sudden there was so many new things that i could do with my computer in with compute power. Because i had a gooey in front of me and there's promise for voice in the same way now we have a totally different way of interfacing with our technology. What is things that we never thought about doing you for or just super hard to do. Currently and now voice will unlock it. Make it really natural for humans. I get super excited quite frankly because not only that transformation but voices as you mentioned. It is the human way of communicating right. the first. we've had a human being able to communicate to a device in a human way. Instead of i had to learn hype. I learn to swipe by to learn to use a mouse. The machine forced me to learn. So yeah really fascinating stuff there absolutely absolutely and i think that it's the responsibility offer computer scientists and you know the tech community as a whole to to basically free people from the cost of having to learn new interaction methods that are dictate that in a way by technology like a keyboard or a mouse. That's like the most non intuitive way for a human being being to interface and those are dictated by the kind of technology is who are making. The people have up into their ways of interaction. And now i think that the touch was the first of like interaction paradigm. Shift that that really took us really closer to human away because touching and swiping his already a lot more natural and now the next big shift that we're not seeing user direction space. It's really into this voice agreement or voice enables. I saw that sort of voice can be used for all tasks birth makes sense actually interact with the computer. Because that's it should be the computer job to learn to interact with people rather than vice. I i put a quote about that on my wall about. It's the responsibility a i. I think you're going to humanize the tech made the tech understand instead of forcing us to understand the tack and certainly we spent a whole. The technology revolution has largely been about us understanding the tech timing tables and make the tech understand ossis. Humans promising amazing things there. I wanted to talk more about speedily..

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"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"Websites and all the devices around us auto. Please introduce yourself. Hey roger thanks for having me really delighted unexcited. I'm i'm decio go founder. Speech lee background. It's a combination of tech business and enterpreneurship deborah before thought speech lee. I actually founded one of the leading punishment consultancy's in the nordics focusing on digitalization. Either dug for quite a while before sending it off and then after after spending some years in myron out period. I didn't joined my old study by this building. speech lee. so that's my background in a nutshell and maybe before before my career high was also quite nerdy. Guys are very much in tech as a kid. That's my background short. As as a kid. So tell me about that. I think you. And i'm a few things in common actually around that. What kind of tech as a kid. Yeah so so. I computers as a very small cage. Actually commodore sixty four was my first computer. I was really really into that then. They of course. I matured and they've all been the pc side and it it all kinds of computers on the way and started programming early like around ten or something or originally starting with languages like basic pascal c c bossom and so worn under i was also quite immersed into bullock bork's Scene of that time so so that was something else. I was quite active. I had one of the most active. Bb assist in my home country in finland and that was also quite active being in local demo scene doing some graphics programming so interesting. It's interesting there's a whole younger generation doesn't understand when you turn on your commodore sixty four. And i was in the tari guy side. Tari foreigner later in eight hundred. So there's a two competing platforms. The only thing you do. Is you had to write a program in basic. It was on there. There was nothing to do with your computer unless he programmed it and how. Bbs brings me back modems. And that pre internet right. It was a community before the internet is people figured out a way to connect in you. Dial am and share conversations and file sharing in that way back then that was a few moons ago the high fondly look at that and say that early exposure to technology made us all geeks and drove us to the careers that we're currently in today still auto tell me a little bit more be. Before he founded speedily. You said you were doing some digital consulting work. Tell me a little bit more about your work before speech louis. Yeah sure so so actually. I need a career in the first career. I would say was in technology so actually started during my studies..

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"otto" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on WBUR

"Otto. That's 1, 809 47, a, U T. O and Dana Farber, Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, where patients received personalized care focused on keeping them safe and defeating their cancer. You have, uh, start or g'kar This is marketplace. I'm kind ridsdel back to retail and consumers now and the latest round of relief payments. Americans have been getting $1400 a head for those who are eligible that started hitting people's bank accounts back in March. We know and Marion was telling us about it earlier. That money, juiced consumer spending and retail sales for a while, it has faded, but the question is, what specifically? Did people spend it on? Marketplaces. Mitchell Hartman made some calls Emma Flynn's 26. She was working in a hospital coffee shop in Omaha, Nebraska. For $10 an hour then Cove it hit and she quit. She was denied unemployment, but at least she had her first relief payment. $1200. It covered rent for a month. And then I started pouring money for my rock fire a just any money that I had put it and to pull out without penalty, Flynn's now back to work. So with her latest $1400 in relief, I put that dress trying to build back all those savings that I spent. Hopefully, that'll grow in all one day be able to retire. Some folks saved or invested their relief checks. Others I've heard from her paying down student loans, buying new windows going on vacation. Fiona Greg at the G. P. Morgan Chase Institute has been tracking how relief payments have impacted Americans. Bank balances families in our lowest income cordial we saw more than a doubling in their liquid cash balances with each round of relief. Those households spent most of that cash windfall right away on food, rent medicine utilities. Economist J. Shamba at George Washington University, says government relief has changed the financial trajectory for millions of households. We've seen delinquencies go down fewer car repossessions, things like that where people have been able to make payments because they've been getting this kind of support. And after the most recent round of relief, hunger in America felt, too. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace..

Altuve's birthday HR answers boos, Astros top Torres, Yanks

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Altuve's birthday HR answers boos, Astros top Torres, Yanks

"Jose out to they gave himself a thirty first birthday present by slamming a go ahead three run Homer in the eighth inning of the Astros seven four win over the Yankees Chad green inherited a three two lead starting the eighth inning before putting the first two runners on base out to base blast helped the Astros avoid a three game sweep your Donna Alvarez hit a pair of solo homers off Yankees starter Gerrit Cole and Martino but Otto added a two run blast tonight Yankees infielder Gleyber Torres scored from first base on an infield single but new York's five game winning streak ended I'm the ferry

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U.S. Consumer Confidence Surges to One-Year High

Marketplace Minute

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Consumer Confidence Surges to One-Year High

"A measure of consumer confidence hit its highest level in a year. The conference board which puts out the measure says more people are planning on making big ticket purchases including homes and otto's on the other hand. The report found that people are concerned about rising gas. Prices

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Trade Deadline Reaction with NBA Front Office Insider for ESPN, Bobby Marks

The Lowe Post

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Trade Deadline Reaction with NBA Front Office Insider for ESPN, Bobby Marks

"Are doing a trade deadline. Wrap up with the one and only bobby marks who is in bristol. I forget what bristol even looks like. Let's wrap up. What turned out to be. I guess kind of sneaky fun. Trade deadline bobby. How are you. I'm good zach. How are you yeah. We We had nothing besides fianna cap'n galley in money. Money saving deal for the clips would actually help them get guess The rondo deal game a little bit of money and then we had the two. Am the lawn. Reiko cory joseph swapped and i slept right through that were stuck right through the delong. Something was telling me. Wake up. Wake up and i woke up and i saw and i was like i said one of these videos. I've been doing. It wasn't like the bias. Harris remember tobias harris straight from a couple years ago where it happened like in the middle of the night and i woke up at like six. And i'm like oh my god. What just happened here. Like i missed it I woke up. I talked about it a little bit. And then i had a hard time back asleep. Well the headliner didn't get traded. And that's kyle lowry but let's start with the orlando magic. Because i can no longer make fun to them by calling them the orlando inertia because they traded everyone and they are going to be so bad when they next play which could be tonight. I don't even know else playing tonight that they are obviously positioning themselves. To go full rebuild. Bow and get a shot at kate cunningham. Whoever's next seat next year skate cunningham their biggest deal let's start with butchnevich to chicago for twenty twenty one. I at twenty twenty three. I and wendell carter junior and otto porter. What were your thoughts on that. Because i didn't think i was gonna get traded. And i thought if he did the price would be even higher than this and i was skeptical that anyone would offer them that kind of pressure i did. I didn't think a deal what happened. What do you think about this from either either perspective. I don't care which one to start with. Yeah i mean. I think for I thought it was going to be three ones. If you're going to get in the game for a reverse first rounder. Three first rounders. I thought that's what it was. And i guess if you're landau i guess you're quite that the wendel carter junior the pickup equates to a first round although he's got two years you know he's going into an extension year so it's not like you get clean slate with him.

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Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil

"Has just gone through. Its deadliest week of the pandemic daily fatalities. Hit a record level of more than nine thousand nine hundred on thursday bringing the total number of deaths to more than two hundred sixty five thousand and cases to more than eleven million. The discovery of contagious new corona virus variant in the amazon region has fueled the brutal second wave but the government's response has been slow and patchy and has failed to contain the spread. The sense that you get living here is sad and almost fatalistic. It feels like this country has given up on dealing with this pandemic in a responsible life saving way. Many months ago ceremonies. Lynn is brazil correspondent. Even though we are all seeing that the cases are higher than they've ever been. The hospitals are full in nearly every part of the country. The restrictions that have been introduced feel completely out of tune with that reality. They've been late. they've been minimal. And some cities are slightly stricter than others. But i think the feeling that most brazilians have is that covert is just going to happen. Overtake this country like a tidal wave. And there's nothing that anyone can do about it and the concern right now. Is that the. The health system is buckling under the weight. Right so the difference between this second wave compared to the first wave is that for the first several months of the pandemic. The virus was sort of ping-pong between different brazilian states whereas now most of the country's twenty six states are seeing their hospitals at or near capacity. And there's really a limited ability to sort of transfer patients or doctors or supplies between the different states recently. The health secretary of the amazonian state of honea mentioned this desperation in a video aimed at those who weren't taking the current virus seriously is typical seymour's known them was laid to swap mine. Nothing lead today but also by a sweatshirt but he says we have no icu. Beds for your mother your father for your aunt. It doesn't matter if you're rich. Poor young old. We simply have no. Icu beds available and those rising in numbers. Those strains that are coming about. Is that down two new variants of the viruses. That the big problem here. That's definitely part of the story. They found this new variant in the amazonian city of manaus late last year. It's called p. One and recent studies show that. It's one point four to two point two times more contagious than other versions of the virus. And the really scary thing is that it looks like it is much more capable of reinfecting people who have already been infected. That might be why people in manaus were hit really badly by second wave. Even though some studies suggest that as many as three quarters of the population had been infected in the first wave the other thing that seems really scary is that it looks like this. Current wave is affecting young people and much higher numbers than before so this variant is clearly causing some of the trouble. But you also say that. There's a certain sense of fatalism. That's contributing here. I mean how much does that have to do with the leadership. We talked a lot before. About how president of brush off the pandemic bolsonaro hasn't changed a bit at a recent event. He told brazilians to stop whining about the krona virus. Sugar jimmy because the club and said how long are you going to keep crying about it. But it's not just him the first wave you saw politicians trying to take a different stance and even going to the supreme court to fight for their right to shut things down even though the president disagreed this time it's different. Brazil has been seeing cases creep up for months now and it's only in the past few weeks. That mayors and governors have really started implementing serious restrictions closing businesses fulltime rather than. Just say from eleven pm to five. Am which is what we had in sao paulo for a few weeks. And what do the brazilian people think about. The the patchy measures have been put into place. I think there's a real split. You definitely see the outrage that brazilians especially the more educated and richard brazilian have had from the beginning. But there's also a real feeling among the middle class and the working class that putting in more restrictions is going to do more harm than good because the economic situation is so bad. Unemployment has barely come down from its high of around fourteen percent and the emergency cash payments. The federal government paid people for nine months last year. Have now been cut off to. Millions of people were basically plunged into poverty when the clock struck midnight on december. Thirty first congress is trying to push past a smaller version of the cash payments. But it's going to take some time but certainly one path out of all of these kinds of trade offs is vaccination. How is the country's program of of inoculation going. It's had a frustratingly slow start. Brazil has administered vaccines to only about three percent of its population that's way behind neighboring countries. Like she lay here in brazil. Most of the problem is that boston otto is anti vaccines and many months ago. When he had from different vaccine companies including some that were doing trials here in brazil he kicked the can down the road and signed with astra zeneca but that one provider hasn't been enough now here in sao paulo. The governor signed a deal with the sign of that company to produce its corona vac vaccine in the federal government. Sort of found itself forced to make a deal as well but they've also been all sorts of supply bottlenecks and problems with distribution and real kind of ineffectiveness by on the part of the national health ministry. Which is overseeing this whole effort. It sounds like a fairly bleak picture all around but it's not just a problem for brazil if these new variants in particular are allowed to run rampant. That's true and it's really scary. The longer the disease is left to fester. In in countries like brazil greater chance that new variants will start to emerge that reduced the effectiveness of covid nineteen vaccines elsewhere in the world posing a threat to nations that have already immunized their populations in a lot of these countries. That are still really struggling with the virus. You see their leaders just begging for the rest of the world to send them vaccine so that they can vaccinate people as quick as possible so far. We haven't seen that from bolsonaro he's been really against vaccines but just in the past few weeks. It looks like maybe he's starting to change his tune. He signed a deal with pfizer and he suggested in a recent interview that he himself might get vaccinated. So i guess the hope is relieved. The bolsonaro will understand that vaccinating people is essential to the economic recovery. That he's been prioritizing from the start and that that combined with attention from the rest of the world in getting vaccines to brazil will start to allow brazil to get a handle on something that feels right now like. It's totally out of control very much for your time sarah. Thank you jason

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Illinois lawmaker seeks ban of Grand Theft Auto game following rise in carjackings

Dana Loesch

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Illinois lawmaker seeks ban of Grand Theft Auto game following rise in carjackings

"Comes from Fox five and Washington, D. C. Illinois lawmakers want to ban Grand Theft Auto amid spike in Carjackings Uh, I don't know it pour all the bourbon you want. That is as ridiculous that's government. End of less. Thank you. Cleveland Good nights. This is a real this is true. State represented Marcus Evans. Creating legislation. To amend the 2012 law preventing some great games including Grant death, Otto From being sold to Children in Illinois. Former police officer was car jacked in his own driveway in the south suburbs. Wow, that Z pretty rough. These guys feel like they're going to get right back out, especially since they are juveniles. Get, according to a DePaul university, a psychology professor. The game could be the cause of the violence. But it's not the only factor. Well, thank goodness. It's the video game. We're still doing this. We're still blaming the video game, okay? What? How many things are are we now going to get into Where is the personal responsibilities factor in all of these things? All the problems Illinois has.

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"otto" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"E? I agree with you? It's gonna be interesting to watch is gonna be close. All right, then you Mike, Ohio. What's up, Mike? Are you? Thanks for taking me. I'm fine. What's going on. When you say Otto Otto Graham is the goat. Uh, man that like we're talking about Joe Nemeth days now. Away before that's you know, that's pretty name If I know Otto Graham. I don't think I don't think 99% of the people listening right now have a clue what you're talking about. Like if I name the 69 Mets lineup world Syria's line up, Nobody's gonna know who had Crane Poole is or Bud Harrelson or Tommy Eiji or clear on Jones. I understand it, but still, it's still the fact that auto played 10 years and 10 years he was in the championship game. And actually, he played in 11 Championships. Just let you know he was actually he played for. I think it was called the Rochester Royals in the MBA at that time, and he was part of the winning team of that, and he also Auto also was a A played defense for three or four years for the Browns to the plate, complete goddess. Yes. Otto's to go. All right. Well, that's my buddy Jim Gray's book is book is phenomenal. I've read it now cover to cover the greatest of all time, and he's not like Tiger Woods is relationship. Ali is relationship. I mean, all these tiger woods is relationship. I mean it just this amazing When you see people at the highest levels, and by the way, they don't always win. You know, it's the thrill of victory the agony of defeat. Tried it, but you know what I love about sports. And thanks for the call. Appreciate it. What I love about sports. And it's really simple. It mirrors everything about life. It just does. The harder you work, the better you're going to do. You're not always gonna win. Sometimes you win, And sometimes you're going to lose and at some points, you know, you gotta take those those hits. Learn to be a gracious winner learn to be a gracious loser. But I think the biggest lesson that everybody learns is you can never work hard enough. There's always something that you can improve upon. One of the ways that over the years that I think I'd like to think hopefully, but hopefully it's true that I tried to be a better host is you know Reed? People's comments about this show and like focus groups or perceptual studies, a man people are brutally brutally honest. And you know if five people hate me because of my a bunch of people hate me because of my views. I can't help that. I'm not changing my views. Some people hate some stylistic this or that. Okay, I listen to it. I have a lot of people say it. What I've discovered is they're usually right. Not usually almost always. Right. John Vermont. You need a team up in Vermont. We'll call you the the Snowflake Snowball franchise. I don't know what's going on. Well, you do have a socialist senators up there. We get a couple of them and they're they're disgusting. And but anyways, I just wanted to call him to say as a career lifelong New England Patriots fan I'm going with Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. And I myself like you wasn't watching NFL football this year, But when Grady and the Fox got into the playoffs, I've watched each one of the playoff game. And they've been They've been amazing everything. Yeah, they have. I mean, I saw I thought that the line up against Drew Brees and then Rogers. I said, my God, this is like candidates for the Hall of Fame, playing against each other in live Calibers, and it was wonderful. But don't forget you were saying, you know, are one of these Calls was saying he'd been lucky. Well, don't forget those catches that the giant made against their helmets in the terrible were, Yeah. Remember those in your Giants fan so Oh, please. We have seven already. Oh, by the way, you're really pissing off my engineer JC own Jason. You wanna weigh in? Go ahead. Yeah, we want to against Brady. So shut up. All right? Yeah, well, six is larger than two. Oh, ouch! While a shade being thrown on the show today, not good. All right. Thank you. John and Vermont. He's from New England. New England loves Tom Brady, Eric and Arizona. What's up, Eric? Sean. I've been listening to you for a long as I can remember. So I love always loved your shows. Thank you. I am a major Tom Brady fan grew up in New England, now living in Arizona for the Pittsburgh fans. First of all that called a while back. What in the world is Pittsburgh know about beating New England? New England has owned and I mean, zoned out forever. You know, I love sports rivalries. Everyone gets nuts. I'm loving it. Go ahead. It is, but it's not even close. Pittsburgh what wouldn't know what in the world would they know about beating New England? Well, if we go back to the, you know, mean Joe Greene, Terry Bradshaw days. I'm sorry that you know they Franco Harris. I mean, a formidable team. Yeah, But here's Here's the reason why Brady's the goat and I know I heard the guy from auto Gram and all that stuff Brady and I don't think this is arguable. This is not for coming from a fan. Brady has done more with less than any other quarterback in the league. Who, beyond Randy Moss, can anyone name that is a premier Number one receiver Beyond Moss. We're going to say Julian Edelman. Really? I mean, Adelman's great, but he's a third level talent, Emotional gentleman's, but now you're putting him way too far down on the list. No, I mean, he's a slot receiver. He's a slot receiver. He works well in their system. But you know every everybody when they saw gentleman become great. They started imitating him. That's why you got. I think, Sean. Katie's got a few points about who would be a good person to talk about here. One thing here. This is important. I mean, Gronkowski. Oh, come on now. God cows, But Bill Bella check has gotta be like ready to jump off a bridge today..

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"otto" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"A very good evening. Welcome to seven thirty. That's what mondays a four. This of course coming to you live on facebook youtube and tonight to of course with any mr ed ma comes away ever go to not of course has every week missed a hip case. Look mr mrs brown. Ladies and gentlemen absolutely throw prior to bring in the wannabe scorer about golden liverpool. Ricky otto were.

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Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

Weekend Edition Sunday

06:24 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.

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"otto" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"otto" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Happen? But make some room Because here they come Do the Cleveland Browns. You hear the Cleveland Browns are a home babies. I don't know if we've ever done this. I really don't. I don't know. The Browns have ever landed as a home, baby. But today's the day on again. Not often. Do we let this franchise listen there? No. Owns the factory of sadness, for God's sakes into this rarefied home, baby territory. We're on Lee them The Ted the creme de la creme reside, but the Browns you're kind of doing this now. They belong there, man. Listen, they went yesterday They beat Tennessee. That's a tough team right there. 41 35. They tried their damnedest to blow it. By the way, it really did. They had a 38 point first half on they do. Hold on. They do get the win The Browns it, Murph. Around her nine and three. Hey, now, that's impressive. That really is impressive. They point their first winning record in 13 years. It's only their second since rejoining the NFL in 1999. The other was in 2002. That's the last time the Browns made the playoffs, so they took a really big step yesterday. Baker Mayfield joint Murph Auto Gram, Otto Graham, Otto Graham Graham made it to our home babies. I'll tell you why. Because Baker in auto Gram, while Baker was the first guy to throw for four touchdowns in the firm. Staff First Browns quarterback to do that since Otto Graham Otto Graham. Impressive Dude. He's on the list here so late that we're talking about a gram for me, too. It's the second time he's had at least four touchdown passes, making him the Browns for the first Browns quarterback to do that, since my main man do, Bryant Sipes. But speaking of curls, you won't see some curls. Go check out Bryant. Sipes do hey, had the curls Rock Brian site and Otto Graham in the same home, baby. Do you also? I tell why Stand with sight? I do I stand with sites. Think memories of Brian Site. Ood is, of course, because you know, at the time there were many quarterbacks named Brian and Bryan knew true story. Brian's.

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Top Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Top Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated

"On Iranian scientists who authorities of the West Believe was the leader of the Islamic Republic's disbanded military nuclear program has been killed in a targeted ambush on the outskirts of Tehran wants foreign investors saying the killing of motion, Aqazadeh appears to bear what he calls serious indications of an Israeli role, though he did not elaborate. Israel declined immediate comment. Running state TV, says Fockers. Otto was attacked by armed terrorist elements. This is NPR.

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Los Angeles Rams Hold Off Brady, Bucs Behind Goff’s 3 TDs

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Rams Hold Off Brady, Bucs Behind Goff’s 3 TDs

"Okay skip. We're going to get through this today. Let's talk about what we saw last night. The rams did beat the buccaneers last night. Twenty seven twenty four despite rushing for less than two yards per carry jared goff picked apart tampa secondary for three hundred seventy six yards and three touchdowns including over one hundred yards to both robert woods and cooper kupp. Meanwhile tom brady finished with two hundred sixteen passing yards on season low five yards per attempt and also threw two interceptions including one on the bucks. Final drive when they had a chance to tie or take the lead the game the forty three year old quarterback brady his third loss in prime time. This season shannon. How much was tom brady to blame last night. A lot of the half out of ten. Don't put this in primetime. Tom brady played more prime time games. Nine super bowl is that prime time thirteen. Afc championship game. Is that prime time. All the playoff game. Don't put that in prime time. Tom brady have played bad. It's as simple as their tom. Brady has not been good. This year needs played here. Well he played good if he hasn't put a game together No our young watched game at carolina just a week ago. Like virtuoso masterpiece when comprehend. Please just let me have my moment. just let me by moment. Twenty two incompletions. Wow if that good you thought about forty eight times you have slightly more than two hundred sixteen to one dollars that good. Goodbye it now. This what we hear brady was inaccurate all night last night on deep balls. Oh for six with two interceptions on throws twenty yards downfield skip bayless and pro football focus. Se tom brady's doing great during the ball down the field the last four gave. He's one for twenty. Throw twenty yards down the field with three interceptions. Now here the stat that somebody. I don't know who came up with this. That they call it a. He leaves the league you this. Tom brady leads. The league in a twenty yard throws sixty me lead to leave but he's twenty. Seven and completion percentage four and affection which third most. What was the final score. Time killed. kim. I will let you have. It was sixty five to nothing more. If i'm not janey why. What did i predict the finals. Go be laughing yesterday. you have no idea. I don't remember shad have really did better. Staleness only got one pro. Football focus also came all stay at near distance. It doesn't matter if the ball is complete or incomplete. Otto completion matter. It doesn't matter because don because you've been telling me all he does is drink and done his backs. Skip good if i thought about georgia. Being the hall of fame. Completions didn't battle. All i was only refuting your point. He's just a dink dunker now. That's what said he's got no arm. He's a noodle arm spaghetti white house. Completion percentage down the field who leads the whole. Nfl in air distance. And i think he just pulled away. Last night beth as consequential stat you saw him throwing the ball down the field lighting and dunk last night when he didn't think and how do look when did he deacon dunk. I think conductor for net three times that he dropped all three of them note that he had antonio brown hair thirteen target eight catches for fifty seven yards seven point one of material. He had ten targets. The chris with seven yards seven catches for fifty three yards. Dak seven point six. He had one receiver that had a double digit average own completion. You he deacon and dunkin what was the final score deferrals court with tom brady lost and the rams one. That's what jared goff. First of all jerry gulf in charm paid like the gave this thing away because they got ultra conservative and they got careless the football but somebody makes go but scale you look off last night. There's no way around it. I don't want to hear anything about the defense. Because i told you everybody based everything because if you wash tampa bay everybody wanted to annoy them after. They did with green bay. And i'll say if you watch that defense. I say the into who said i didn't get to us. They can be hey. I think they're very undisciplined. I out of position a lot more. You think but because that pass rush covers up but they don't get home they can be had. Whoa that they're coming. They could be had skilled. Tom brady he got happy feet. Another one get here and they gotta run. They really do a whole lot but they got around him a little bit and he had had like polka polka. Like do the poco.

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Coronavirus cases go up, the market goes down

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus cases go up, the market goes down

"Yet things up it's pretty simple. Virus cases are way way higher in way more places. There is no relief package coming probably February at the earliest if at all, if everybody is honest with themselves. And that's it that all spills over into the real economy which the stock market is not thank you very much but it does reflect and so you get a cratering day on Wall Street today all three major indices off three three and a half percent all sectors got clobbered including the reason commercial aviation. We mentioned that because Boeing reported a quarterly loss of four hundred and sixty, six, million dollars this morning planes just aren't selling right now company also said it's GonNa lay off and other seven thousand people. So marketplaces and Euler gets his going with a story about a company that is a big factor in that real economy I was talking about. Boeing said today expects to end next year with around one hundred, thirty, thousand employees. It started twenty twenty with a workforce of one, hundred, sixty, thousand. Richard Otto Lafi as an aviation analyst at -Til Group historically, Boeing's been the world single biggest planemaker and the biggest single exporting manufacturer in the US. So it really isn't needle mover in terms of the broader economy and Sorta like Ge. Boeing has worked to diversify Boeing has a lot of commercial military defense software and engineering programs. It's not just building the. Big Seven, forty, seven jets of old. That's Arthur Wheaton at Cornell University. It's a pretty big corporation and has a huge impact on supply chains. He says there's a vast array of subcontractors in the US and worldwide that produce four and with Boeing. So in demand for Boeing products declines, it's felt by many of Boeing seventeen, thousand suppliers like those who make. Jet Engines and parts for wings keeping my you know these are not just people that are turning wrench. Michael Boyd is an aviation industry consultant in Evergreen Colorado. So it's not like just getting rid of couple of mechanics you're getting rid of some highly trained people that you're going to have to get back eventually when people eventually returned to flying but Richard. APPALACHIA te'o groups as his fear is that manufacturing will soon start feeling the pain of the pandemic like retail and hospitality already have and I think unfortunately, we're bound to see additional production cuts in job losses in the commercial aerospace industry along with other similar losses and other parts of the economy because as the biggest companies go so goes the American economy. I mean dealer for

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Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

Business Wars Daily

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?

"There's nothing quite like staying in a Nice Hotel and Ashiq, location to make you feel like a VIP. Maybe you prefer staying near the warm sandy beaches of Kabo, San Lucas were being nestled in a bustling Paris Rondi small. If. You're ready to board an airplane takeoff to somewhere far away travel subscription might be just the ticket. Subscription based models have taken over everything from entertainment to clothing purchases. Now, the tourism industry is following suit vacation club Inspir- Otto has reduced the price of it subscription model for twenty five, hundred dollars a month you get your pick of luxury vacation homes, hotels, and resorts all over the world with no other fees. Taxes were nightly rate charges a new six, hundred dollars. A month option gives you access to the company's lodging options, but you also have to pay for the room. Bookings through your inspiration subscription can last up to sixty days but a minimum of seven days is required between a checkout in a new check in so you can't fund your endless vacation on an inspiration subscription, but you can bring guests they just have to pay their own airfare. The company told C. Suite Quarterly magazine that pass holders typically travel every six to eight weeks with an average of four nights per trip. Another company adopting the subscription travel model is amsterdam-based citizen 'em Hotel. The brand isn't targeting jet-setters instead, it's targeting quote freelancers digital nomads in adventurers who love Big City Life, but not big city rent prices. In other words if you're sick of working from home and M.'s Goebel passport gives you access to twenty one hotels in fourteen cities including New York Paris and Amsterdam. For roughly fifteen hundred dollars a month you can stay at any citizen 'em hotel for the month or travel between hotels with a seven night minimum stay at each you also get access to meeting rooms and the living room workspace. So you have some room to move around in in addition the company's corporate subscription plan is about six hundred dollars. Per employee per month, companies get access to meeting rooms and living room workspaces plus each employee gets three overnight stays per month travel media companies skipped called traveled subscriptions a mega trend to watch, but they also face some obstacles I. Obviously, the pandemic people are worried about covid nineteen and travel restrictions are a moving target borders may be open one day and closed the next depending on the viruses spread while the US State Department lifted the travel advisory about international travel the Centers for Disease Control still advises. against. The travel to dozens of countries including most of Europe Canada and Mexico The Wall Street Journal reports, and June survey by the International Air Transport Association found that more than half of people surveyed. Don't plan to get on a plane this year at all. But for those who are ready to start traveling again for work or pleasure subscriptions grant. To enviable destinations in lodgings and tourism companies are hoping their offers are enticing enough. Customers will check it out. And start, making plans to check in. Once again.

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"otto" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"otto" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"otto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"otto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Otto Let's get back to my interview with comic writer filmmaker and actor Mike Birbiglia, author of the new memoir, The New One Painfully true stories from a reluctant dad. His wife, Jen Stein, gives her point of view in a Siri's of poems about pregnancy and early motherhood. Interspersed through the book, she writes under the name J. Hope, Stein. So it's interesting I've seen in this with other parents to that. The first you worry that having a child is goingto ruin your work and ruin your career. And then the child somehow becomes the subject of some of it like you have this great book. And show that you did as a result of becoming a father and Jen. You have these great poems about being a mother. So it's just interesting how things change. Speaking of things changing. So you have these long talks before you know, becoming parents about You know Mike's reluctance and Jan? Why you wanted to have a child and I know you couldn't possibly have fathomed. That you'd be raising a child during a pandemic. And that the child wouldn't be able to go to daycare or go to school and that you'd be you know, teachers and parents And that Mike, you were worried you wouldn't be able to tour Well, you can't tour That decision has been made for you for the time being. And you can't make movies right now. And you can't do your state show right now. Like everything. Is on hold for now. How are you dealing with? This new You know the new The boat feels like forever. Ah, ah! Changing your lives as parents. And as professionals. We had in a start going to school, and she was 1.5 years old, So we really feel it her not being in school, and I think it's a lot like when we first at her. I feel like the dynamic between Mike and I. Is probably reminiscent of that time period right now, and for the reasons that you're saying on and that he can't tour and that it's hard, it's hard. I mean, we have a lot of beautiful family experiences that we're thankful for. But those things are really hard. I mean, I think they're hard for everybody. Yeah. I mean, I'm not I'm I'm a live performer as my primary source of income in a live touring performer and It's gone. Oh, I don't know any other way to put it on. It's on hold for a year, and that's Ah. We rescheduled our book tour, which was Going to be 15 or 20 city tour. And it's reschedule for next spring. And even then we're looking at those dates and and not entirely convinced that that's Got to be the case in. So I've I've had Teo. I created the working at out podcasts where I'm basically taking my work, and I'm placing it into a live audio format. So that I can continue to not only work artistically but also have a job and so and so that's reminded me actually of when I was 23 years old, and I was driving my mom's Station wagon around the country, cold calling comedy clubs and saying, Hey, do you wanna have me perform at your club and struggle and rejection of that? And so ah! It's been. It's been hard, but I have to say, like the the silver lining of it, and I've heard other parents say this is in this period from March through August. If it were not for the pandemic, I would have been on tour and I would have missed some of these milestones from our daughter's age five, which are a stud issing kisses. He she She'll do a five minute monologue to me about dinosaurs. Facts about dinosaurs that I do not know. And monologues about rocks and insects, and and she's learning to read and she's learning to swim. You know, like we She was in the ocean the other day, and and, Ah, she got, you know, pummeled by waves in the ocean and then got fell down to the sand and then jumped right back up and said more, you know, and and it was awesome. And so it's like it's been a lot of highs and lows during this period of time. And you know, without child care, You know, Mike, and I really don't have a lot of time to spend together alone. And there was one day and all of this where we took a walk just the two of us while somebody watched, Una distanced. That's how little time we have to just be a couple if you know, but that's what it is in the eye. And then the analogy to the The thing that I say in the book is in the middle of this pandemic, where you know we're struggling, and a lot of people are struggling is because other people are struggling. You know, exponentially more. We have to say it's the most joy I've ever experienced. E I didn't know what joy was, until now and now I know what it is. It's this and Jen's pointing out this thing that it is similar to the 1st 13 months of having Yuna and she didn't bring that up to me directly, but it sometimes it takes fresh air Terry at the truth. So your next book, Mike is going to be about death. That thing. This book is about new life, and now you're going to death. Why is that going to be the subject? Well, the new the new show, which I tentatively have called the Y M C. A pool pending the legal agreement of what happens if you are the winds, a organization Is about how as a child I went to the Y M C. A pool constantly went to nursery school there. I took swimming lessons there, and I just I vowed I would never return. To the wind in his hair like I don't know if it was the chlorine smell or the or the snack machine room that also sell soup or the you know there's something about was like, I just don't want to return..

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"otto" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

The Alchemical Mind

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"otto" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

"I'm telling you. I feel like I had to have been having some kind of lucid dream. Just simply because of the fact that that experience I've never heard anybody have in amine state until very recently. So I was reading about John Seely I. Don't know if you're familiar with. Lil A He's a very fascinating guy. Very Fascinating Guy, and and oddly enough the experience that I had is somewhat in relation to the whole concept of what is it echo and the SEC the? Like competing entities, competing cosmic entities, and and I I had that in my hallucination. And once I learned that I, just I was like after. Know all about this guy. Because this is the only person I've ever found that had the experience that I have right. And, but it was scary. Man You. You have to be very careful a lot of times. GROWING UP I. We I mean everybody smokes weed right right and you try a few different things. Symptoms get addicted. And for me, which is about having fun and I feel now that I'm getting to be old man..

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"otto" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:29 min | 3 years ago

"otto" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I just did a gar- packs. John is gonna join us in an hour this guard yesterday talking about the failed signing of Jabari Parker. Well, you know where we're at in again. And just you know, we're we're a urine or rebuild our year and a half. And we, and you know, obviously, we need to continue to add talent to this roster. And we need to add young talent to this roster. And what we saw under Bari was the guy who's twenty three years old and had town. And. Sometimes the pieces don't fit exactly right. And obviously there were some struggles which he hasn't really good games forest. But there were some struggles with him. Also, I think the key thing is John, and I were looking at it was in looking at trying to go out and get a talented player that he was going to be a short term commitment, and you hope for the best efforts not working out. You're not locked in long term ended essence as what we saw yesterday. It wasn't working. I've see what you by the way. I think he would have liked it to work in the way. We would have liked it to work. But the fact that we had that contract was basically expiring contract in April. This train to happen for us to address what we think is a real need to get a young talented three-man in phila- neat. So. I don't know answers your question, but it turned out I think as positive for the bowls, and I think you're going to go to a situation Washington or they're excited to have him as they make a playoff Bush. So will they be saying the exact same thing here from now about Otto porter jR, while we traded him because it didn't work out quite the way we thought I think they do have hopes that he can fit into whatever it is that they're doing over there. And he might if they find some if Lowery turns out to be really good if they get the first pick, and they pigs sign any looks the part, and he turns out to be a stud. You know, maybe he does fit in the next couple of years in a short win. The problem is, you know. He's on a two year deal too. I know he's making a lot of money in the next couple years. It's not like he's on a five year contract. I mean, are you ready to win next year? Probably not maybe the year after that when he can exercise a very lucrative player option. And he's don't see a better overall basketball player than what you gave up for him with the wing player, you gave up form specifically probably a twenty million that trade is he a better player overall than what you got rid of Andrew bar park. I would say, yes. Okay. And you had to have something else to match contracts. So you ended up getting rid of Bobby Portis you by the fact that they've got some duplicity there. And they might have something that might be as good if not better at some point. Then what Bobby Portis providing two guys that they feel better about exactly. So there you go. So I've got no problem with the reasoning right of what they did there. Specifically, no matter what the price for auto Puerto junior Otto porter. Yeah. No matter what the price. So if there's some rationale to what they're doing. And how they're thinking. Okay. They're still bad basketball team. They didn't become a better basketball team. There's still a bad basketball team. But at least now they're kind of England is something different where all right. We've got something that could be a theoretical piece as we move forward. Let's evaluate it over the rest of this year next year. And then if we are ready, and we do get that draft choice. Maybe make a recommitment to Otto porter jR, or you. Let them go. You say, hey, we find another three in the guy. Right. And then we plug something else in around there. Let's go to the phones here. Slim's in Hammond, Indiana on ESPN one thousand eight one was going, no carbs. That was a terrible trade. You was already losing. I thought the reason for standards of Bari was just so you can let him go at the end year. You had spent the money. 'cause I look at it. If you already lose you got a better chance of getting a number one pick you get that Wednesday other players you're going to track other players will help because right now. Not attracting no play. I don't think they're going to win many more games though, slam even with Otto porter. You know? I don't think he's going to make that big of a difference. I think he gives them a better in the Ohio pick like a one or two than they did before they had. Yeah. Oh, I know. I I don't think it's going to matter that much they'll probably still be on track to pick somewhere there in the top four. And like we've talked about the rules have changed this year. You no longer have a twenty five percent chance Stagno about fourteen if you have the worst record. And even if you've got like, the twelve twelve twelve oh, I thought it was four days that one is twelve. And then fourth is eleven point four. Okay. So there's not that much of a difference. And they're gonna finish somewhere in that bottom for. I would think let's hope my God. I don't think Otto porter makes them that much better Billy's and Berlin on ESPN thousand belly. What's up, boys? Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Karm earlier you were talking about how Derek roses injury would would derail you know, any any basketball franchise any team? And that's been like a narrative for a long time in that window that they were in back then. Yes, that's that's even in that window. I you look at a team like the Spurs the Spurs had a terrible injury. David Robinson, which is actually what led them. Yeah. That's true. Which is what led them to draft. Tim Duncan and set them on that dynastic era. I think it has more to do with the development of players like do you? Honestly trust this bull's team to develop Zion. Williamson. Are we going to be looking at like in another ADS you have they develop? From now have they developed marketing and the answer. Developed Markkanen is your answer that keep candidate develop. Anyone will also had some injury issue. Yeah. I mean, I don't try trusted Tibbs. Right. Save the coach the coach could help there. That's true. Sure. But even then I on probably not the guy 'cause we've seen tips is better developing like those point guards and taking people. I just there's no track record here with this front office showing me they're setting themselves up like ours. Like, oh, this rebuilding. The first two years you've been in a rebuilt for a lot longer than you want to identify. Yeah. It's a fair point Billy. Thank you. And I know that everybody's questioning if the was I would even be in the right hands, by the way Tibbs is going to be on the station later today with lot on Soviet to thirty that remark to thirty for tips. Who's doing some TV work again is a smiling. Tips cue tips knew how to use guys. Now tips has his other me. He's really gotta Lou. Edison thing going to with the hair. He's really got a little handsome thing with their tips is not without flaws. Of course, as we've documented but tips knew how to get the most out of guys. He did look you develop blue wall into a real good player because he knew how to use them a little. Yes. Very somebody's got a power that bald headed has or whatever's left up there. They got a powder that thing down, and then it causes some serious lighting issues. There needs to be like a makeup person on the stand while right next to the stage with some powder. That one. Yeah, he's excitable. You know, I think he gets juiced up when he's talking about basketball Harding's in Orland park on ESPN one thousand eight Harding. Going on. So just a little bit on the boards. Man. I it's obvious that they're just what they tell us is fans behaviors go to contradict that in case in point. They mentioned in going after Otto porter was a move to fill a need. Right. And then you look at. All right. So you went and got Otto porter. And if everything goes, right? I really you're probably gonna want to go after it makes me think that they value RJ buried higher than die. Because either you're going to bench. Williamson has your number one pick because auto quarters are small Ford where are you going to twenty eight million dollars cut off the bench? You get what I'm saying? Because I am plays a three or four laureate. Four window at five meeting Zion. Either gonna start at the three importers coming twenty eight million dollars off the bench. Like, what are you thinking? He was coming off the bench a lot in Washington this year. I mean that that'll make you train. Can you? Let me ask you a question. And listen if I'm asking a question, it's totally out of turn. Can you play a small lineup and go four zero three one? Of course, you could play you could play Lowry. Zion and Otto porter. I mean a window on the bench, then we're talking starting lineup and ideally trying to construct your young book the be right? Yeah. Right. Major putting bit window. Somebody might have to start on the bench. But let me ask you this. Then if somebody you got seven person rotation eight top stirring, the regular season, usually, right? Isn't that what we are ninety nine ninety nine during the regular season teams? Can somebody be then productive with twenty four minutes? Yes. Of course, can we have productivity auto. You. Don't go get out. For that kind of money. Right. You just don't do it. Because then you go pick back backup point guard. Whatever the case may be not solidified. You don't don't get auto. They also might not end up with Zayn Williamson. Let's face it hardy. Thanks, and I think that they were very willing to sorta admit that this is there. This is their path instead of going into free agency. This might end up the Jarrell, which is named Moran Moran. They might end up with John Moran. How do we know? I mean, you don't know if you end up with him. What are you looking at now? Mostly a point guard. Isn't that is that what he is? You're still missing you gotta three you've got a four. You've got. Complete Levine's you're shooting is he does he shoot well enough to be your too? I mean, I wish you wouldn't take so many mid range jump shots. They gotta get that out. Right. Yes. Puerto would be threes. Well, you still have a little redundancy up there. I go. Yeah. Yeah. Because you're in that case you're not getting Zion. Puerto would be your three or four window would be your five. Yes. Correct. Let's go to Patrick. Ooh. Sorry. Patch in Bolingbrook. Hey, patrick. Car girls. Thank you for taking the call listener for a long time. Thanks for calling because I am a season ticket holder and have been so right around the end of the Derrick role there. And I've noticed that you know. Yeah. They'll show the numbers of how many fans are in attendance. One of the retail size is when they do that bulls charity or they showed that number decrease. Well, that's showing you how many people are really there. I'm a fan. I'm still gonna probably a renew my ticket. But there's definitely a difference. Are showing up that are engage in the game. There's a lot of people that are barely likes to be saying like the other kids out. But I'm looking at the around me, and you know, I I can pretty much guarantee. I wanna have an empty seat or two next to me, and I'm down in one hundred level. So you know, I'm like well. Wow. This different. Oh, I started out in the three hundred level, and it was always crowded, and then I'm, you know, recently moved down, but I've noticed attendances less and the engagement of little different. And I think that the boys are at a point now where they're they've lost that aligns fate that people were giving and within the next year you might start seeing somebody's tickets literally. So in for Carol twenty dollars just to even getting to one hundred level. Hi, patrick. Thanks, buddy. That's from a season ticket holder. I haven't been to a bull's game yet this year. So I don't know what the vibe in the atmosphere is like the NBA still does. A good job of making sure that it's family friendly. I'll put it that way to get kids out to the game. And things like that. I think that is why a lot of people go what's stopping you from going to a bowl. I just haven't gone. I don't know. Good question. Me up, but I'm going Sunday. Three hawks game. I'm going to see the Red Wings in the hawks on Sunday. If the bulls were better, would you make it a point to find a way to get out point? I mean, somehow we missed our December guys outing. I don't know how that happened. We were going to do that. Again this year. We never did it. Unfortunately, I'd like to do if the holiday parties Karm. We missed it. I don't know. You're that's a good question. If they were better, you would find a way to make to find an excuse to get to the United Center to see the ball spot. But because the bulls aren't any good. Then you're always thinking. Another time another time. I'll look further down the scheduled to see if I can go..

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