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"party city" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Big 98

"Party City says that the top Halloween costumes this year going to include frontline workers, Tiger King, frozen characters and politicians. And party said he also did a poll and they said that 96% of parents planned to still celebrate Halloween. It just may look different, like seven out of 10 are looking for alternatives to trick or treating, which I was like, shouldn't have the more for people looking for alternatives to trigger dreaming, But the top trends we can expect are more decorations like people just going all out. Since you can't do the normal Halloween party stuff, neighborhood parades and then people leaving bags of candy on doorstep, so it's contact free. Okay, That makes sense. Yeah, Yeah. First crew, kids come buying it by contact for you mean all the Candies free. Take it and run. What else? So one of the world's largest food delivery companies, they're giving women time off for the time of the month. I don't hate it. Honestly, it's called tomato. I know I'm seeing a bunch of nudes and uproar over this. I don't hate it. And here's why If I felt really terrible, physically, unlike let me take me myself out of it. I'm not calling in sick for any reason, unless you had to drag me. However, if I'm hurting, and I'm not feeling well, I would say that you guys don't come into work. And if that's what's hurting you, then that's just what's hurting you. Then don't come into work. I'm okay with you. If you're not feeling physically, for you can complete your tasks at a level that make you this. Some people. It's like, really like her severe. I don't have a bad pain. Yeah, I'm.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"There was a public defender on twitter. Who is saying like this like? They're like I try cases so many times in New York where someone just has a frantic. As their evidence that the other person was in aggressor and people will be like I didn't do anything and there's a very rarely do we have this other side of the camera or the of of an incident where there are people who can just weaponize like Oh nine one one call again someone and the conclusion like Oh. You're being disruptive or whatever I don't know what happened, but I got a call and I'm here and you're. This stuff gets taught to people. I have two daughters twelve and fourteen and I would never teach them to use that sort of A. To weaponize that like you have to teach your people, or they see that modeled in their parents, or whoever is like their guardian, and that that that gets passed down I just don't think you fully form as a human being start to like if that wasn't taught to you, that's who you are wiping also to like as much as you know the. There's a fear obviously living in a patriarchal society like this. Of course, there's A. Man Are Pr- The predators in this culture, and unfortunately to being African American merely existing can give the air of being a Predator to someone who is ignorant so I think on top of that. We have to challenge our children and parents to also. Really teach children to see the humanity of a person I, rather than being like what can I glean off this appearance first and then Abcd, and let all those dots connect that end could end tragically. There's a way to be safe and there's a way to be smart, and there's a way to be aware, and then there's a way and you can also be nice and also have it look you. Maybe she's an extremely anxious person. I don't know who this woman is maybe her anxiety. Anxiety. Levels go way higher than what say are normal levels. I'm naming a say normal, but like what what everyone else like against the standard levels. Her anxiety peaks at a really high level that's in her own internal makeup, but if that's the case, then go away, then go then. Grab your dog and go. This guy was charging her. This guy wasn't like threatening her. This guy wasn't saying like Oh. Yeah, YOU'RE GONNA. Call the COPS. I'll fuck you up. No one said anything like that. I'll take you if you're GONNA call the COPS I will now produce counter evidence so I don't get arrested because. This is and also I will produce. The kind of evidence will ruin Your Life Yeah Dog Her dog got taken away. Take Away. Yeah, arrest her and the dog. She got fired and she was. Going to banned from Central Park. So yeah I mean it's one of those instances where social media justice. But I'm okay with it did. Your honor. Yes, she did just get hired by Tony Robbins which is. Working on an investment. Yeah investment series. And then there's just another just another incident. And just sort of back to the unfettered violence against black people in this country, you know a a man in Minnesota was killed by that least well. We're having a knee playing on the back of his neck, and he died later of a medical emergency, but based on him, screaming that he could not breathe and begging for them to not kill him, seemed like he was in a very bad place and again. This is the theme like you don't need to be savvy. It's just it's like a fucking. This is just the patterns that were unfortunately. Unable to break, and then there's another woman in Humboldt California this woman Greta Stinger who was holding up a sign at like a open up going to. Let's cost players, the oppressed rallies that they had, and she was holding up a photo of like a historical illustration of a slave with some kind of like covering over their mouth. This woman and it says muzzles are for dogs and slaves. I am free human. Being that was the sign she held now I will have you known slaves are also people, but I get what you're trying to do is. Really just not dog whistle just fully be out there, saying I'm white. Speaking of dog whistle. That dog just heard it yeah. Yeah dogs area agitated this whole thing the image first of all like a Lotta, this is a pretty kind of famous image of this Brazilian slave, woman name, honest dossier, who the story around this image is that the mistress of this woman ordered like this spikes torture device be put around her face and mouth, and like neck out of jealousy, because her husband would not stop raping slave, and like it's a very very dark image of African slavery, but this woman's like I don't like I to go to Buffalo Wild Wings. and. This woman used to work as a now get this. She worked at north. Coast preparatory. Academy, top charter school where she directed place this is, she's a theater teacher and I say worked because you lost her damn job, and thank God explanation is really again, shows you the level of like I think like. I I get some leeway. Right as a white person, says holding that sign up at the lockdown, protests was a grave mistake and I ask forgiveness from all those who I've caused pain. As I had no sign of my own, it was handed to be Henson by another protester and a photographer took the picture before I considered the racist implications. That is the that is the modern day version of. It wasn't me or my twitter feed got hacked my twitter feed. Someone handed me the sign and look I I think it's possible because there was a photo of someone else holding that sign at this rally, but you should even for a second consider what you are. What show! Up Yeah Yeah. Back into this, let's look back into this woman's history again. It's like yeah, she's she teaches plays at the school. The principal's like no. We're doing army dot again. No. No, no, no, but imagine this an all white version. Yes, yeah..

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

07:50 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Guy with the leash in it. That should have been on the dog. breasting her dog actually. Well I mean. What happened to the good? Old New York? Fuck you and then just keep watering with your dog. fucking business pal. And eat eat out. My Dogs asshole you, motherfucker and you don't care about. You don't care so that's not race dependent. That's just a New York astles walks around. It doesn't care I like. Me Alone I'm a Dick, so but by the way in New York. That means have a great day. But, this is so clearly. This is like a like a lot of people. Even on twitter would say it's like okay. If you're like a lot of women on twitter, saying if I was ever in a situation where I was going to call the police because I felt demand was threatening me. I'M NOT GONNA. Stick around to figure out what's happening like. That's not how I do. Then I think that's why you can tell. This is a case of I will not be told what to do by this black man, and so if you WANNA, take it there if you keep playing. Playing cards like okay. Yes, maybe the rules and regulations of the park are on your side, but I don't WanNa cop to that so now let me start like escalating it into this really petty game of like why I can be more dangerous than you and I agree with that one hundred percent, but I do think we do need to state for one second. We are four dudes. We don't know what it is like to be a woman. In certain situations and feel have fear and feel threatened in their own way, whether it's real or perceived or or fake, however, that's. GotTa get away if that's an issue and that's a problem and you actually do feel threatened. Take your dog and go somewhere else like. Park right and I don't mean to say victim blaming. Left Lady, but it's clear from the interaction you weren't. They weren't concerned for your safety. You wanted to intimidate this guy. He wasn't charging at an and I'll weaponize my whiteness and right, and you could die, so get the fuck away from me. So why is it that as a white man? I watched that video and I have deep fear for the African American Dude. I have deep fear that the police are GonNa come and take her side like there's this. This is the air of injustice that in the world that I myself I'm like dude. You better get out of there because I don't know. You shouldn't have to get out of there but I fear I fear for his safety, and that's that that is the feeling that I have I can't bake. I can't fake that feeling no because I. Think it's a pattern that we all recognize. It's a pattern. She recognized. We can escalate this where law enforcement can appear and just like Emmett till back in the day when someone is saying this black man. Is doing something to me. This is just a pattern that is ingrained in the fabric of this society. So know as out in filming her like imagine what? was another interesting. There was a public defender on twitter. Who is saying like this like? They're like I try cases so many times in New York where someone just has a frantic. As their evidence that the other person was in aggressor and people will be like I didn't do anything and there's a very rarely do we have this other side of the camera or the of of an incident where there are people who can just weaponize like Oh nine one one call again someone and the conclusion like Oh. You're being disruptive or whatever I don't know what happened, but I got a call and I'm here and you're. This stuff gets taught to people. I have two daughters twelve and fourteen and I would never teach them to use that sort of A. To weaponize that like you have to teach your people, or they see that modeled in their parents, or whoever is like their guardian, and that that that gets passed down I just don't think you fully form as a human being start to like if that wasn't taught to you, that's who you are wiping also to like as much as you know the. There's a fear obviously living in a patriarchal society like this. Of course, there's A. Man Are Pr- The predators in this culture, and unfortunately to being African American merely existing can give the air of being a Predator to someone who is ignorant so I think on top of that. We have to challenge our children and parents to also. Really teach children to see the humanity of a person I, rather than being like what can I glean off this appearance first and then Abcd, and let all those dots connect that end could end tragically. There's a way to be safe and there's a way to be smart, and there's a way to be aware, and then there's a way and you can also be nice and also have it look you. Maybe she's an extremely anxious person. I don't know who this woman is maybe her anxiety. Anxiety. Levels go way higher than what say are normal levels. I'm naming a say normal, but like what what everyone else like against the standard levels. Her anxiety peaks at a really high level that's in her own internal makeup, but if that's the case, then go away, then go then. Grab your dog and go. This guy was charging her. This guy wasn't like threatening her. This guy wasn't saying like Oh. Yeah, YOU'RE GONNA. Call the COPS. I'll fuck you up. No one said anything like that. I'll take you if you're GONNA call the COPS I will now produce counter evidence so I don't get arrested because. This is and also I will produce. The kind of evidence will ruin Your Life Yeah Dog Her dog got taken away. Take Away. Yeah, arrest her and the dog. She got fired and she was. Going to banned from Central Park. So yeah I mean it's one of those instances where social media justice. But I'm okay with it did. Your honor. Yes, she did just get hired by Tony Robbins which is. Working on an investment. Yeah investment series. And then there's just another just another incident. And just sort of back to the unfettered violence against black people in this country, you know a a man in Minnesota was killed by that least well. We're having a knee playing on the back of his neck, and he died later of a medical emergency, but based on him, screaming that he could not breathe and begging for them to not kill him, seemed like he was in a very bad place and again. This is the theme like you don't need to be savvy. It's just it's like a fucking. This is just the patterns that were unfortunately. Unable to break, and then there's another woman in Humboldt California this woman Greta Stinger who was holding up a sign at like a open up going to. Let's cost players, the oppressed rallies that they had, and she was holding up a photo of like a historical illustration of a slave with some kind of like covering over their mouth. This woman and it says muzzles are for dogs and slaves. I am free human. Being that was the sign she held now I will have you known slaves are also people, but I get what you're trying to do is. Really just not dog whistle just fully be out there, saying I'm white. Speaking of dog whistle. That dog just heard it yeah. Yeah dogs area agitated this whole thing the image first of all like a Lotta, this is a pretty kind of famous image of this Brazilian slave, woman name, honest dossier, who the story around this image is that the mistress of this woman ordered like this spikes torture device be put around her face and mouth, and like neck out of jealousy, because her husband would not stop raping slave, and like it's a very very dark image of African slavery, but this woman's like I don't like I to go to Buffalo Wild Wings. and. This woman used to work as a now get this. She worked at north. Coast preparatory. Academy, top charter school where she directed place this is, she's a theater teacher and I say worked because you lost her damn job, and thank God explanation is.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back and in an overall big week for Cairns racists wait ladies so the the big one that is sort of evolving as we record is a woman by the name of Amy Cooper an investment banker which. I had always had the highest respect for them. I couldn't believe I think predatory about that at all so moral moral right so she called nine one one to report an African American man threatening her life but he was recording her. He was just a burder who doesn't like when people have their dogs off their leash in central park because they eat birds and so he was saying. Could you put your like just the most calm reasonable? Yeah there was this last. There's a sign that says your dog has to be least again. It goes back to following the rule that has to rule just because he likes watching birds. Dogs scare away ground birds. Also I think he was saying that a lot of people in that part of Central Park to ramble like they have invested in a lot of flora and fauna there to like make it nice and when you have dogs. They're just run. The plant will not grow if they shit and piss everywhere. So you can but you can have your dog. They're just put on your jet just on a leash that's it. Yeah he was asking she then basically threatened to murder him by police and called nine. One one basically attempted to was like there is an African American man threatening my wife. Please come fenway but no the way it devolves is what's truly despicable. Because I will say this at the very beginning apparently he. I think he was offering her dog a treat which to me. I'm if someone offered you'll get the fuck away from my dog or politely. Be Like thank you. No thank you. My dog will die if it eats anything that wasn't pre masticated from my mouth so sorry and that is true about your dog right it is. It is true that I've gone to him but like so I think that was. I think it started off a bit contentiously so I won't like really knock her for whatever energy was in the beginning but the second she says. Well you know what I'm going to call. The police say an African American manage threatening me. Which is she knows what she's saying she just said. I will get the cops to kill you and you know it can happen so now. She says it twice says if she's saying an African American man just to describe who he is. That's one thing. But then she says it again with emphasis. She's like an African American retinol dog whistle. Bring everything you can to take this guy. I've seen what the police do to African American men. Get Down here and beat this guy that's say i. Meanwhile her dog she's choking her dog out as this is happening The dog is like what the fuck the dog even has the correct energy. She's going down so hard and it's like actually so beautiful to see how hard she's going down. Because because look I was as I was watching. I was trying to say well. Let me see any or even the slightest bit of sympathy can have for this woman and the answer is no because you. She had so many choices that she conscious choices that she made along that path that she could have chosen another option. That wouldn't put her in this thing favorite her shaking her fist at the guy with the leash in it. That should have been on the dog. Breasting her dog actually. Well I mean what happened to the Good Old New York fuck you and then just keep watering with your dog fucking business pal and eat eat out my dogs asshole you motherfucker and you don't care about you don't care so that's not race dependent. That's just a New York assholes walks around. It doesn't care I like me alone. I'm a Dick so but by the way in New York that means have a great day but this is so clearly this is like a like a lot of people even on twitter would say it's like okay if you're like a lot of women on twitter saying if. I was ever in a situation where I was going to call the police because I felt demand was threatening me. I'm not gonNA stick around to figure out what's happening like that's not how I do. Then I think that's why you can tell this is a case of I will not be told what to do by this black man and so if you WanNa take it there if you keep playing cards like okay. Yes maybe the rules and regulations of the park are on your side. But I don't WanNa cop to that so now let me start like escalating it into this really petty game of like why. I can be more dangerous than you and I agree with that one hundred percent but I do think we do need to state for one second. We are four dudes. We don't know what it is like to be a woman in certain situations and feel have fear and feel threatened in their own way whether it's real or perceived or or fake however that's gotTa get away if that's an issue and that's a problem and you actually do feel threatened. Take your dog and go somewhere else like park right. And I don't mean to say victim blaming left lady but it's clear from the interaction you weren't. They weren't concerned for your safety. You wanted to intimidate this guy. He wasn't charging at an and I'll weaponize my whiteness and right and you could die so get the fuck away from me. So why is it that as a white man? I watched that video and I have deep fear for the African American. Do I have deep fear that the police are GonNa come and take her side like there's this..

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The Daily Zeitgeist

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Think they will. Get coconut should be fighting to the death at coconuts, yeah. Exactly we. We don't have sports. We're GonNa Watch all of you. Fight in. Half of your dad the winner. Yet just to coconuts filled with from our new sports is just watching people chicken fight at coconuts. They're like Yo Creo alive can watch what chicken fights coconuts man. These people are out of their heads. Last thing. I'll say about Tony. Robbins is like with American culture especially right like we're taught that like you shouldn't need help like if you need help. Something's wrong with you and yourself up by bootstraps and Tony Robbins isn't a perfect place. Because what he does is, he sells illusory bootstraps to people says oh you. You seem like a person who could really probably pick themselves by up by the bootstraps right now have have can I. Can I interest you in my boot straps I? Sell people so they can have. Have, the self-belief not to say that self-improvement is bad or negative, because I've I've benefited tremendously from taking my own self wellbeing and my own mental wellbeing into account, but at this is a thing, though that really praise upon the American Saiki in a specific way of like I should be rich. I should be famous. I should be fucking anybody everywhere and I should have nine billion cars and vacations. Why don't I have that? Tony Robbins helped me for this very specific American capitalistic problem, and then he there it is. Tony Robbins is the fire festival. If the fire festival was a person, that's what he is, he's the he's the AD. He's the ad for the fire festival that went out. That's who he is. Like, I'll promise you everything or maybe America's the fire festival and Tony Robbins his job rule Tony. That's why we are obsessed with the fire festival. Robinson's jar rule was slightly whiter teeth. I'll watch that movie Tony Robbins as jaw rule in the firing best. So in in house on fire Fye, and without problematic black face, the none yet done right Jimmy Fallon all right. Let's take a quick break. We'll be right back. October, sixteenth, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy two. Two Congressmen vanish on a small plane in Alaska. Despite a massive search, they're never found. The case goes cold. That is until I start researching it. I'm standing right. Portage Pass and Alaska. My Name is John Wall Zach I'm a journalist based in New Orleans and what I've found is one of the strangest stories you've never heard. Did he indicate what was in the suitcase? He said it was A. Mysterious Radio Transmissions The Mafia. An alleged bombing. A brand new lead on the plane's location. This stuff. Kit is crazy. So join me as I travel from Arizona to the Arctic Circle Tracking down sources I was the last person to see the man alive trucking into the Bush. Is that. The wind just roared down. Trying to figure out what happened to Congressman Hale boggs and Nick Baggage. Listen to missing in Alaska on the iheartradio APP? Apple podcasts or wherever you find your favorite shows. And we're back and in an overall big week for Cairns racists. Wait ladies, so the the big one that is sort of evolving as we record is a woman by the name of Amy Cooper an investment banker, which I had always had the highest respect for them. I couldn't believe I think predatory about that. At all so moral so moral right, so she called nine one one to report an African American man threatening her life, but he was recording her. He was just a burder. Who doesn't. Doesn't like when people have their dogs off their leash in central park because they eat birds, and so he was saying. Could you put your like just the most calm reasonable? Yeah, there was this last. There's a sign that says your dog has to be least again. It goes back to following the rule that has to rule just because he likes watching birds, dogs scare away ground birds also I think he was saying that a lot of people in that part of central park to ramble like they. Have invested in a lot of flora and fauna there to like make it nice, and when you have dogs, they're just run. The plant will not grow if they shit and Piss everywhere, so you can, but you can have your dog. They're just put on your jet just on a leash. It's it yeah. He was asking. She then basically threatened to murder him by police and called nine one one, basically attempted to was like there is an African American man threatening my wife. Please come fenway, but no the way it devolves is what's truly despicable because. I will say this at the very beginning. Apparently, he I think he was offering her dog a treat, which to me I'm. If someone offered, you'll get the fuck away from my dog or politely be like, thank you. No, thank you. My dog will die if it eats anything. That wasn't pre masticated from my mouth. So sorry, and that is true about your dog right it is. It is true that I've. Gone to him, but like so I think that was I. think it started off a bit contentiously so I won't like really knock her for whatever energy was in the beginning, but the second she says well. You know what I'm going to call. The police say an African American manage threatening me, which is, she knows what she's saying. She just said I will get the cops to kill you and you know it can happen so now. She says it twice says if she's saying an African American man just to describe who he is. That's one thing, but then she says it again with emphasis. She's like an African American. noni dog whistle. Bring everything you can to take this guy. I've seen what the police do to African American men. Get Down here and beat this guy. That's say. I meanwhile her dog. She's choking her dog out. As this is happening, the dog is like what the fuck. The dog even has the correct energy. She's going down so hard, and it's like actually so beautiful to see how hard she's going down. Because because look I was as I was watching. I was trying to say well. Let me see any or even the slightest bit of sympathy can have for this woman and the answer is no because you. She had so many choices that she conscious choices that she made along that path that she could have chosen another option. That wouldn't put her in this thing. Favorite her shaking her fist at the.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:27 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"From, the! BBC. And I barely missed a beat. That's a that's how I was getting down at that point in my latest. Yeah, the means to be young but. The whole thing though is like I guess when I look at these images and most people do it's like what is the mentality because I understand like everyone. It's very trying to be stuck at home into completely. Have the brakes slammed on your way of living? But the other side of that coin is like this is an unprecedented. Logical medical emergency that we have to wait for science to address, so we can be safe listen, but we don't have to wait for Science I was listening to a Harvard former Harvard professor who spent his entire life working on the AIDS like treating aids and whatnot last night. He's like which we still by the way which I saw the thing for, but he's like. We've controlled it what we need to do. Do He's like if everyone stays home, and everyone wears masks and socially distance, and we find out who has ron virus and put those people in a fourteen days, sequestered plays, and then contact trace them and test them. We can get rid of this in six weeks. We can open back up. The economy we go full bore will back in school. Businesses can open up if we do that that he's literally like. Iran this say New Zealand baby this. This Might just five-set beer night at coconuts though. JELLO shots cooking. Yeah, I mean this Kinda. Ties into the next story that we're talking about that. There's just so much disinformation out there like from the top down that you really like there's this. Tony Robbins video that was getting forward around was like kind of the most straightforward kind of mainstream attempt I've seen at spreading this other than like a couple Wall Street Journal op-eds, but yeah, as you watch the video, you start to see that the people like he has six sources. Who are like? There's a doctor here and they're like selectively using words to be like. He's a Stanford medical professor. He's like an assistant professor and like you know adjunct. All Right! He's the janitor. He's. A Works in the building. They don't have a single epidemiologist on the whole list. They have a Nobel Prize winner, but he won for something totally different. He's not a doctor. Not a doctor and it's the same people who wrote the. Wall Street Journal op-ed, so it's like there's a handful of people who are like. The lockdown was an overreaction. This is sort of outdated take. Now like we've seen that a lot of the modeling that they were doing early on where they were like guys. This isn't that fatal. One hundred thousand people are dead from it now, so you have to like do all these different. Basically you have to tie together all these different theories because there's another theory. That's a Minnesota Republican. Who's also physician as saying that like there's an incentive to over count the number of covid nineteen deaths. Yeah, which might be true like maybe by a? Fraction of a percentage, but it's not like a vast thing. Where like this was totally made up? To say it's incentivizes different than saying like if you're dealing with covert patients at your hospital and their fatalities like there's there's money that is given because of the PGA you go through, and the risks involved for like Hey, man, see the, but like that's what's so disingenuous about a lot of these arguments is like yeah, you could look at anything like that and completely mischaracterize, but that's there just no the biggest argument. The biggest argument is from the right wing media that is saying that the Democrats are using this and the unemployment and the other stuff to unseat trump that is it that is literally. They're gonNA. That's the one that everyone saying that like we. BIGGEST DOCTOR IS DR J.. Julius erving than you don't have a real doctor on your board. and to me if you have to do, mental gymnastics is true about anything in any part of your life, if you have to do mental gymnastics to get your point across and tied together for things that are unrelated just to make one code point. If. It's hard to do that, it's. Not Right? It's Rasheed Wallace said it Baldo lie ball. Don't lie. Okay, so if it's out there, and that's what it is. The Baldwin Life explained Bald Online, otherwise, Rasheed Wallace, former basketball player for a play for many Portland in Detroit if he said if you if you got fouled, if if you if you, if a foul called on you and you didn't think it was supposed to be a foul guy, goes to the free throw line and Mrs. Schott and he misses the shot then. He'd say on. The ball doesn't lie. There wasn't a lot of the scientists in Tony Robbins is study. Say That that's actually scientifically accurate. They support Rasheed Wallace on ball. Don't lie they. Have a white patch of hair in the back of their head. Why can't they grow? Old old down. So the one thing that I've kept coming back to because there is the Stanford study that was saying that the infection is more widespread, and the people who are behind the study went on Fox, news and NPR and they wrote that Wall Street. Journal op-ed, that was like the most popular article on the Wall Street Journal for like two weeks at the beginning of the pandemic, so that study is now being a second guests like Stanford is investigating them. It was initially partially funded by the guy who founded jet blue. WHO has re somebody who has a lot to lose from the economic shutdown? So it's just it's standard capitalism stuff where there's a political motivation or a financial motivation and so you're going to like find people who are willing to say anything for. Tout, their financial situation and Tony Robbins is overall. Message is basically like guys like you gotTa. Have Positive thought. You gotta be positive about this..

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Watch them a? I was just focused on the bystander. No, you saw how you. Do. Okay. So so then apparently, he wrote in the Internet where the lyrics of the song where and I was there, and I saw what you did saw with my own two eyes, which is somewhat of a misnomer because he didn't do anything, he just sat there and watched. The Guy Drowns saw what he didn't do. So you? You were there. You saw what he did. So, then the myth was that he invited that guy to concert, and then saying that song to him to let them know that he saw him watching other person, which to us was like sounds like a logistical nightmare if You send the guy tickets and he. Did he get here? Is. Now the whole band is in on it, too. They're like kill. Collins is like saying to like Mike Rutherford the other guys in Genesis. Genesis by himself. He's saying to the ban. Hey, guys, listen. We got to have a real loose settling tonight. It's got a bounce around 'cause. Ready to sing the song and the guys out taking a leak. You get a hotdog it so now it's like maybe did they start the song and then notice. He was gone and go to another song, and then it makes him look very. It's it's a plan with a lot of holes that feels like a huge mistake. So that feels like a myth that you know we all accept his true, but it didn't happen. I really did see someone drown though I did. A lot of people still believe that though like that, and then he's just trying to create some kind of layer of like liability insurance i. Watch is having. Marital, trouble. Friend witnessed somebody. Didn't. I wrote the. There's a lot of people in Phil. Collins life who are saying. Are you your friends? I think people believe that he'd saw something. Because how you write that Song I, mean unless he just is like it's a metaphor for you know whatever, but maybe two hearts beating at just one time was him saying those two people are actually one. It's all me right leaves confessions so there you go. Yeah, I have to think that's true I. Think we've solved it. We saw we busted that myth. What was your other grand? I think Nugenix is like a crazy myth that it helps you because you see all those ads for like. Frank, Thomas. Hurt. The woman, the woman he goes woman at the restaurant is like no, no, they're at their bar like hey. That's Frank Thomas big hurt. It's like you don't know that that's the big hurt, right? You don't I know that as a child of the nineties like who loved baseball, but like went viral every time I see that the first commercial so jarring because I was like. I mean a frank. Thomas looks great, no shade to Him. But who who could he possibly be selling some I mean I. Don't want to throw shade him. He looks fine all right. He doesn't look like unbelievable. It's not like you look at anytime soon. I watched like Mike Tyson. Throw some punches in like a little video. Display it on like that dude is in his fifties, and like he's jacked and he's like Frank Thomas doesn't work that rape. Thomas looks like smooth. Was it like abusing his body after the sports more. Frank Thomas looks like he works out three days a week and only his upper body. Right to? He certainly doesn't look like he's been cut out a Granik by new Jenny. Craig Thomas looks like to someone who like at meals with his wife like she's like you've had. Don't have another piece of bread because the meal is coming, I can. Get back new JANIK. Nugenix says at least you're freaking out, and then the guy, and then he says to the guy and Shula enjoy it to my son. Watch that and my son was like he's eleven. He's like why number I. Don't know why she'll enjoy it. I really don't. Enjoy it it tastes good. I was just reading up for Phil Collins on Fallon said that meaning was here is going through a divorce. Oh. That's that's what he says, so. He saw someone else. Watch someone drowning and you could not lend a hand. Yeah, right okay I mean. He gets all metaphors. In that, you can use that to explain. What really break it down? How is him going through a divorce? How is that watching another man watch someone else drown like if he's the guy going through it. Who's he watches around? WHO's he watching? Watch another person drown. He is self. Yeah like or it's like really passive aggressive like he's taking shots at his ex wife. It's like you saw his drowning their unit fucking. Help me they'll. That's right. That's it. I was the one drowning. Or. Man There's just. A really bad friend being. Man You really could have helped your friend out their shoes or something just because the. Science Very Petty. It's the metaphor I. Am the friend I'm also dry drowning I'm also drowning. Exactly I wonder okay now. Was it that he caught them? Maybe because if you said well. If you told me you drowning, I would not lend a hand I've seen your ice before my friend, but I don't know if you know who I am. Well I was there and I saw what you did. I saw with my own with is so you can wipe it off that Grin I know?.

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The Daily Zeitgeist

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Watch them dripping? I was just focused on the bystander. No you saw how you do lashing off so so then. Apparently he wrote in the Internet where the lyrics of the song. Where and I was there and I saw what you did saw with my own two eyes which is somewhat of a misnomer. Because he didn't do anything he just sat there and watched the guy drowns. He what he didn't do it so you you were there. You saw what he did so then. The Myth was that he invited that guy to concert and then saying that song to him to let them know that he saw him watching other person which to us was like sounds like a logistical nightmare. If you send the guy tickets and he did he get here is now. The whole band is in on it too. They're like kill Collins is like saying to like Mike Rutherford the other guys in Genesis. Genesis by himself. He's saying to the ban. Hey guys listen we got to have a real loose settling tonight. It's got a bounce around 'cause ready to sing the song and the guys out taking a leak you get a hot dog so now. It's like maybe did they start the song and then notice he was gone and go to another song and then it makes him look very. It's it's a plan with a lot of holes. That feels like a huge mistake. So that feels like a myth that you know. We all accept his true but it didn't happen. I really did see someone drown though I did. A lot of people still believe that though like that and then he's just trying to create some kind of layer of like liability insurance. I watch is having marital trouble. Friend witnessed somebody. Didn't I wrote the there's a lot of people in Phil Collins Life? Who are saying. Are you your friends? I think people believe that he'd saw something. Because how you write that song I mean unless he just is like it's a metaphor for you know whatever but maybe two hearts beating at just one time was him saying those two people are actually one. It's all me right confessions. So there you go. Yeah I have to think that's true. I think we've solved it. We saw we busted that myth. What was your other grand. I think Nugenix is like a crazy myth that it helps you because you see all those ads for like Frank. Thomas hurt the woman. The woman he goes woman at the restaurant is like no no. They're at their bar like. Hey that's Frank Thomas big hurt. It's like you don't know that that's the big hurt right you. Don't I know that as a child of the nineties like who loved baseball but like went viral? Every time I see that the first commercial so jarring because I was like I mean a frank. Thomas looks great no shade to him but who who could he possibly be selling some? I mean I don't want to throw shade him. He looks fine all right. He doesn't look like unbelievable. It's not like you look at anytime. Soon I watched like Mike Tyson. Throw some punches in like a little video display it on like that dude is in his fifties and like he's jacked and he's like Frank. Thomas doesn't work that Rape Thomas. Looks like smooth? Looks like. Was it like abusing his body after the sports more frank. Thomas looks like he works out three days a week and only his upper body right to. He certainly doesn't look like he's been cut out a Granik by new Jenny. Craig Thomas looks like to someone who like at meals with his wife like she's like you've had don't have another piece of bread because the meal is coming. I can get back new JANIK. Nugenix says at least you're freaking out and then the guy and then he says to the guy and Shula enjoy it to my son. Watch that and my son was like he's eleven. He's like why number. I don't know why she'll enjoy it. I really don't enjoy it. It tastes good. I was just reading up for Phil Collins on Fallon said that meaning was here is going through a divorce. Oh that's that's what he says so he saw someone else. Watch someone drowning and you could not lend a hand. Yeah right okay. I mean he gets all metaphors in that. You can use that to explain what really break it down. How is him going through a divorce? How is that watching another man watch someone else drown like if he's the guy going through it? Who's he watcher round? Who's he watching? Watch another person drown. He is self. Yeah like or it's like really passive aggressive like he's taking shots at his ex wife. It's like you saw his drowning. Their unit fucking help me. They'll that's right that's it. I was the one drowning or man. There's just calling his ex wife a really bad friend being man. You really could have helped your friend out their shoes or something just because the science very petty. It's the metaphor. I am the friend I I'm also dry drowning. I'm also drowning exactly. I Wonder Okay. Now was it that. He caught them cheating. Maybe because if you said well if you told me you drowning I would not lend a hand. I've seen your ice before my friend but I don't know if you know who I am. Well I was there and I saw what you did I saw with my own with. Who is so you can wipe it off that grin. I know.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Went to like one hundred and sixty five dead Jerry shows in her lifetime. She went to the Oregon Country Fair which is just like awesome, crazy freak fast, and she's been to like rainbow gatherings and all this stuff, so she's got it in. Her blood got it. She was like I. Really Want to go. Then we had friends who were like parents of kids like in our school where we live out in L. A. and And like they there were like we're going and we're setting up a camp. If you guys want to go, then we met a bunch of people out there. who were who knew people that we knew back in La and we have since become really close friends with a Lotta people that we met. There is amazing to me. It like reminded me of. In College when you have like that night where you're like, we don't know where we're going, and you wind up at this party, and then you go over here and you're at another party and then three people who you met at that party. Take you to another party. There was this kind of reaching back to our youth and the way we were when we were kids in the sort of. We didn't know where it was going to lead us, but we just knew we were in for the ride like that attitude was very intoxicating. That was superfund openness. Yeah, yeah, the openness of not having a plan when you have kids and when you're planning stuff out for other people it's it's regimented in a way that you just you hat you. Guys do this mushroom trip for another forty two minutes, and then I got an aunt. Someone's gotta go. I gotTA. Let the sitter, so, but it did was I was like okay. How can we bring that back to you? Know and we lead a life where sometimes we'll go out on the road which when we were before, this whole thing would go out on the road, and you're in another city and people are taking you out, and yes, you can have that kind of time because that's. That's what we do, but I feel like my wife had a little less of that, and so for her, she was like really excited to go and I'm like. Let's just go and really do it like literally. Go to the wall on this one. It was amazing. It was so much fun, so you can't rate at high enough for people who went and had a good right right right? So that is both your overrated and underrated. That's right. That's right all right I gotTa do overrated now do. overages all right, so part of me wants to say Peleton, but I don't have it so i. Promise experience, but it does feel like a call, and it does feel like it's overrated and the fact the after pay all the time for the thing. Though that I, it's the type of thing you can give your wife who's already in good shape, a complex and say here. Thing that she's ever tried on her own. It'll make her grow as a human. It's the best thing you've ever tried on your own that I bought for you. I can't believe I'm really doing it, you guys. Maybe that is it. I was GONNA say. I when you're when you're before. Picture looks like an after picture pellet. Jesus. was going to be like. And maybe this is showing my age, but I have always thought and I tried to get into his music a little bit but scroll ix DJ. SCR Fuck you call them, but dump step. And that stuff, and that's maybe I thought for a long time I'm like hey I'm just an old guy. I don't get it. I'm not into it. Then, I was like you know what it's like. Honestly like I, love so many different kinds of music I love so many different kinds of new music. That's out there I. Love All kinds of music this music I. Think is super overrated and I think it falls into the category of we are calling this person genius, just because I think we're supposed to call this person a genius, he's not a genius. He's not doing something. He's doing something but like. He's doing. Pushing Buttons. J Dub Step I. Think is really interesting I. I love that. This is a take from two thousand eleven that we've just. Because we. Can we now do we have enough distance that we can look at it? As. What. He looks like Corey. Interesting Haircut. Let's be real. But I think you know with dub step like me I'm also a musician I love making music playing. And when I first heard dub step and tried to make it that was when I had respect for them. Because when you actually look at like a like any kind of synthesizer software whatever enter do all those. It's a lot of work, but yeah I. Understand it. But also to a certain point though I feel like yeah, I mean I. Don't know I'm trying to think of like well. Maybe there is some dub step. We could get you into. Maybe scroll x was the wrong venture in there, maybe like a Rosco remix of a song your. There we go so that's it. I mean I'll say one more thing that that I think is overrated. I want to have my own thing is that when we were in Madison Wisconsin in the winter doing shows there at a great club, the Comedy Club on State Everybody was like you gotta go to the indoor farmers market though like you got at. There's this in farmers what you gotta go the indoor. Have you been everybody? Have you been in the indoor farmers like nothing? You've ever never seen anything like indoor farmers market. It's in a convention center. We're like an indoor farmers market so basically a supermarket. They get their stuff from farms foods like every whole foods. We've ever been in our lives. So that's the thing we've never seen before. Right that's. Definitely over it definitely over it, but yeah, I think I but I will say I don't think you're missing anything by putting this albums to bed. You know. Yeah, thank you. I mean and by the way that wasn't. That wasn't a knock on all of dub step true. But people. Don't care report. Shaquille O'Neal is a huge step fan. If you see now, he's like he loves going to these DUB step shows, and even Dj's now. It's. The hippest person we know, yeah, of course. And he's like his whole thing. Yeah, the idea of of Jay's going to now take on WHO's GonNa take on at this point. He's like Tommy Gotcha egg people down. GOING DOWN THE BAND I. Know but I kind of agree that like you know disco heads such a profound backlash like after it was popular, but I feel like maybe dub step didn't fully have that. Moment it just we just sort of like moved away from it more like well, that was that was weird, but yeah. THAT DISCO! Yeah! I mean until they're like at baseball games, they're smashing. Records in front of. We met the guy who did that. We met the WHO did that. Yeah, that promotion at by the way that was one of the only time, so it happens in Chicago right right happened in between. It's a doll. Dave doll was his name. Steve Steve Doll was the guy's name and he was between a doubleheader. It was one of the only times that they cancelled the second game. That wasn't due to weather, and it wasn't. Anything else was that and the other time they cancelled. It was like in the sixties I think they had like five cent beer night in Cleveland and like everyone got so crazy. We gotTA cancel this right right right for. Go through the my ritual smashing of disco records. Because of like everyone's like this is not work. We can't let rock go for this. The KAMINSKY, right, it was in Geneva Comiskey the old committee park. That's my next disco overrated. State you heard it right and. Just drop the MIC folks. Wait till assure overrated. Wait till J goes all in on a Wamba I mean. Oh. Eric as let's take a quick break, we'll come back and talk to you about a myth. iheartradio and the US Census Bureau wanted to do something special for the class of twenty twenty, so we made commencement a new podcast with words of inspiration from the biggest names like John Legend. Uncertain.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"O'Neal is a huge step fan. If you see now, he's like he loves going to these DUB step shows, and even Dj's now. It's. The hippest person we know, yeah, of course. And he's like his whole thing. Yeah, the idea of of Jay's going to now take on WHO's GonNa take on at this point. He's like Tommy Gotcha egg people down. GOING DOWN THE BAND I. Know but I kind of agree that like you know disco heads such a profound backlash like after it was popular, but I feel like maybe dub step didn't fully have that. Moment it just we just sort of like moved away from it more like well, that was that was weird, but yeah. THAT DISCO! Yeah! I mean until they're like at baseball games, they're smashing. Records in front of. We met the guy who did that. We met the WHO did that. Yeah, that promotion at by the way that was one of the only time, so it happens in Chicago right right happened in between. It's a doll. Dave doll was his name. Steve Steve Doll was the guy's name and he was between a doubleheader. It was one of the only times that they cancelled the second game. That wasn't due to weather, and it wasn't. Anything else was that and the other time they cancelled. It was like in the sixties I think they had like five cent beer night in Cleveland and like everyone got so crazy. We gotTA cancel this right right right for. Go through the my ritual smashing of disco records. Because of like everyone's like this is not work. We can't let rock go for this. The KAMINSKY, right, it was in Geneva Comiskey the old committee park. That's my next disco overrated. State you heard it right and. Just drop the MIC folks. Wait till assure overrated..

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"I don't know I'm trying to think of like well. Maybe there is some dub step we could get you into. Maybe scroll x was the wrong venture in there. Maybe like a ROSCO. Mix of a song your there. We go So that's it. I mean I'll say one more thing that that I think is overrated. Just because I want to have my own thing is that when we were in Madison Wisconsin in the winter. Doing shows there at a great club. The Comedy Club on State Everybody was like you gotta go to the indoor farmers market though like you got at. There's this indoor farmers what you gotta go the indoor. Have you been everybody? Have you been in the indoor farmers like nothing? You've ever never seen anything like indoor farmers market. It's in a convention center. We're like an indoor farmers market so basically a supermarket they get their stuff from farms. Foods like every whole foods. We've ever been in our lives. So that's the thing we've never seen before right. That's definitely over it definitely over it but yeah I think I but I will say. I don't think you're missing anything by putting this albums to bed you know. Yeah thank you. I mean and by the way that wasn't that wasn't a knock on all of dub step true but people don't care report. Shaquille O'Neal is a huge step fan. If you see now he's like he loves going to these DUB step shows and even Dj's now it's funny the hippest person we know. Yeah of course. And he's like His whole thing. Yeah the idea of of Jay's going to now take on Who's GonNa take on at this point? He's like Tommy. Gotcha egg people down going down the band. I know but I kind of agree that like you know disco heads such a profound backlash like after it was popular. But I feel like maybe dub step didn't fully have that moment it just we just sort of like moved away from it more like well. That was that was weird but yeah that disco. Yeah I mean until they're like at Baseball Games. They're smashing records in front of. We met the guy who did that. We met the WHO did that. Yeah that promotion. At by the way that was one of the only time so it happens in Chicago. Right right happened in between. It's a doll. Dave doll was his name. Steve Steve Doll was the guy's name and he. It was between a double only times that they cancelled the second game. That wasn't due to weather and it wasn't anything else was that and the other time they cancelled. It was like in the sixties. I think they had like five cent beer night in Cleveland and like everyone got so crazy. We gotTA cancel this right right right for go through the my ritual smashing of disco records because of like everyone's like this is not work. We can't let rock go for this. This sounds the Kaminsky right. It was in Geneva Comiskey. The old committee park that's my next disco.

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"That's okay. It wasn't New York Posters Pedro de but. Yeah I it can be worth listening to people's stories about burning men. I think it's it's both overrated on it's overrated to the people who haven't been. It is very underrated to the people who have been so. I'm sorry I kinda road the line on both of those things but it was it will again for someone who late in life are tried something new. It's not like I went. You know twenty years ago right but I'm talking about going now at a point in time where you don't think you can be surprised by things or experiencing things are new way was amazing like culturally. Did you have any sort of connection to like the art crowd the kinds of people that would be at burning man like what? What was your evolution to be non burner to two-time burner to become a burner? So my my wife went to when she was younger like traveled around and filed the grateful dead in the in the mid eighties. Like went on tour with them so she went to like one hundred and sixty five dead Jerry shows in her lifetime. She went to the Oregon country. Fair which is just like awesome crazy freak fast and she's been to like rainbow gatherings and all this stuff so she's got it in her blood got it. She was like I really want to go then. We had friends who were like parents of kids like in our school where we live out in L. A. And like they there were like we're going and we're setting up a camp if you guys want to go. Then we met a bunch of people out there who were who knew people that we knew back in La and we have since become really close friends with a Lotta people that we met. There is amazing to me. It like reminded me of in college when you have like that night. Where you're like. We don't know where we're going and you wind up at this party and then you go over here and you're at another party and then three people who you met at that party take you to another party. There was this kind of reaching back to our youth and the way we were when we were kids in the sort of. We didn't know where it was going to lead us. But we just knew we were in for the ride like that attitude was very intoxicating. That was superfund openness. Yeah yeah the openness of not having a plan when you have kids and when you're planning stuff out for other people it's it's regimented in a way that you just you hat you guys do this mushroom trip for another forty two minutes and then I got an aunt. Someone's gotta go. I gotTa let the sitter so but it did was. I was like okay. How can we bring that back to you? Know and we lead a life. Where sometimes we'll go out on the road. Which when we were before this whole thing would go out on the road and you're in another city and people are taking you out and yes you can have that kind of time. Because that's what we do but I feel like my wife had a little less of that and so for her. She was like really excited to go. And I'm like let's just go and really do it like literally go to the wall on this one. It was amazing. It was so much fun. So you can't rate at high enough for people who went and had a good right right right. So that is both your overrated and underrated. That's right that's right all right I gotTA do overrated. Now do you. GotTa do and overages all right. So part of me wants to say Peleton but I don't have it so I promise experience but it does feel like a call and it does feel like it's overrated and the fact the after pay all the time for the thing though that I it's the type of thing you can give your wife who's already in good shape a complex and say here thing that she's ever tried on her own jelly it'll make her grow as a human. It's the best thing you've ever tried on your own that I bought for you. I can't believe I'm really doing it. You guys maybe that is it. I was GonNa say I when you're when you're before picture looks like an after picture pellet. Jesus was going to be like and maybe this is showing my age but I have always thought and I tried to get into his music little bit. Scroll IX DJ SCR fuck you call them but dump step and that stuff. And that's maybe I thought for a long time. I'm like Hey I'm just an old guy I don't get it. I'm not into it then. I was like you know what it's like honestly like I love so many different kinds of music. I love so many different kinds of new music. That's out there. I love all kinds of music. This music I think is super overrated and I think it falls into the category of we are calling this person genius just because I think we're supposed to call this person a genius. He's not a genius. He's not doing something he's doing something but like he's doing pushing buttons Jay step. I think is really interesting. I I love that. This is a take from two thousand eleven that we've just because we can we now. Do we have enough distance that we can look at it as what also. He looks like Corey interesting haircut. Let's be real but I think you know with dub step like me. I'm also a musician. I love making music playing and when I first heard dub step and tried to make it that was when I had respect for them because when you actually look at like a like any kind of synthesizer software whatever enter do all those. It's a lot of work but yeah I understand it but also to a certain point though I feel like yeah I mean..

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"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:09 min | 11 months ago

"party city" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Very different than actual debut squirrels for for sure, so yeah, it was, it was disturbing. It was disturbing Google search to go down thinking that I was just going to be looking at some adorable baby animated. Just took. Place. It's squirrel. Like they're all my buddy of mine years ago when I was in college, there was like an abandoned baby squirrel like by his driveway, and he was like you know what I'm GonNa take the Squirrel and at the time in our early twenty. Like yeah, this is great dude like give it a box. Let's fuck and put some towels in their his or warm cut to like three weeks later when it just became mobile, and it was running of fucking Muck, just shitting everywhere, it was chaos. What you just described is the the lesson that we learned from the tiger king like. When they're tiny, but then when they're five hundred pounds about to rip your face off, you don't want get it Outta. Yeah, but it's. Like our I've spoken before on the show about how I think. Birds are getting more aggressive in a way that I find very untrustworthy. Squirrels are doing the same in my experience. Are you guys seeing more aggressive squirrels? Yet, so we'll are squirrel. New York squirrels like they don't care like yeah. New York's girls are just like new. Squirrels are like panhandling for nuts. And if you don't give it like the I've seen a New York squirrel like give the finger. Like. Fingers Stroke should have written a song called new. York City Squirrels Not New York City yes. Right throw you up against a car and Like counterfeit. Metro Card to. Talk Late Looks so real. Work on this ship down. It looks like a Rolex that sears. How does this? We'll have a tiny trenchcoat. What is something you guys think is underrated. This easy for me I talked about this numerous times with my podcast Let me I'll I'll tell a story that will lead to my answer, so I was at the very first I have a son who's eleven at his at the first birthday party I ever went to him when he was three. It was a really Nice, person really Nice House, really big beautiful house, and I went in the kitchen where their food was, and on this gorgeous marble round, sort of trae was an amazing, and when I say one of the best pizzas I've ever eaten in my life. I was like my wife's not at this party. I'm just GONNA eat like five pieces of beat, so start eating. Pizza and telling anyone who will listen how good this pizzas I. Mean unreasonable unbelievable. Everyone, everyone to the point where I'm like I have to talk to this woman whose party it is and find out. Did she make this pizza? Or what delicious artisan pizzeria did she get this amazing pizza domino's thin crust tracker noun and I was like. Where'd you get pizza and she's like dominoes, so when as soon as she said Dominoes, I'm Mike. Now have to rethink like. When is a baby a baby? Is it conception I don't know? Because remember. They were super right to life. I was joking show. That's how good this pizza was. It wasn't domino's was regular dominoes. Like Wow sees hell. I was totally duped. And for from then on them, like Domino's pizza is underrated I can't get onboard with their right to life stuff, but their pizza is so good that it made me reconsider it for a moment all right, so that's. Jason they put a Lotta. They put a lot of work into that crust. That was I mean they came? Back when? They put a lot of life into that cross type the type of life that comes after the after the second trimester of a baby. Throw. They're very pro pizza. At a table eating a obscene amount of pizza and over here, get over here. Check this out. This thing came from what what what? What small old man from the old country through this pizza like I literally was like I. Want to hear the entire story of the family. Who the small. Do I need to help. Give them a small business loan. No dominoes, you dumb shit. So every founded, it definitely has the values of someone from the old country from the old country. Country old exactly. That's right, so my thing is I think it's underrated and overrated, so I'm going to kind of go both right here so. It's so the thing that I think is underrated. Really just depends who you're talking to, so I went the last two years to burning man I been. Here we are. We're about ten minutes into this podcast. He brought you. Don't get it. He doesn't get it so I went to burning man with my wife because she really wanted to go, and we went, and it was crazy, and it was super fun and I think for anyone who hasn't been to Bernie man. You tell them about it. It's overrated. They're like yeah, so you sat out in the desert in a dust storm, which by the way wearing masks, it's right now in the world right now. It feels like burning man only like people are pissed off annoyed and they're not high, so it's like the day after burning man when everybody's taking all the. The Shit Down because you still wearing the masks, but like you just can't. So it was so for anyone who's been I. feel like it's underrated. 'cause like you go to Bernie, man and you are literally out of your mind on everything, and you see like a birthday cake that just blow up into fireworks in the middle of like one hundred yards away from you when you say to yourself, I'm never going to see that ever in my entire life, and then you dance in a pyramid. Is this cut? It's just crazy. It's amazing, but for people who haven't been there. Just like what what are you talking about? You got free popsicles. Shut the hell up. I would go so far as to say even hearing people's stories about burning man if you commit like if you. Just like all right I'm going to hear a story about some dirty hippies. Know bargaining their oatmeal cookies for some like bullshit wax sculpture like you're not going to be entertained, but if you just like really dig in, and like imagine you're listening to a short story or something, and like listen to somebody who's like good at describing things I've had very good. Experiences I've never been to burning man, but like I did a whole podcasts just talking to my former Co host Michael Suame about his burning man experience, and purely at his insistence I was like all right man fine. We'll talk about it. And he so I was like stuck, talking to him about burning man, and it was like one of my favorite conversations, because it's he really like took me there and it's. It's not that bad. There's also A. New Yorker piece about somebody who went to burning man and. I think it's New York might be something else, but. It's I like to remind people I. Read The New Yorker but. That's not something you. That's okay. It wasn't New, York, Posters Pedro. De. But. Yeah, it can be worth listening to people's stories about burning men. I think it's it's both overrated on. It's overrated to the people who haven't been. It is very underrated to the people who have been so I'm sorry. I kinda road the line on both of those things, but it was. It will again for someone who, late in life are tried something new. It's not like I went. You know twenty years ago right, but I'm talking about going now at a point in time where you don't think you can be surprised by things are. Things are new. Way was amazing like culturally. Did you have any sort of connection to like the art crowd? The kinds of people that would be at burning man like what what was your evolution to be non burner to two-time burner to become a burner, so my my wife went to when she was younger like traveled around, and filed the grateful dead in the in the mid eighties, like went on tour with them, so she.

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Invulnerable to Danger - Part 2

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

10:49 min | 1 year ago

Invulnerable to Danger - Part 2

"Talking about affecting the safety mindset of pilots that appear to feel invulnerable and we were using the Kobe. Bryant crashed the pilot from that crash is a kind of example now. We don't have the final report on that accident yet. But we do have a lot of data and I've had a lot of great conversations and I think I'm finally getting my head around some strategies that we can use to avoid making the same mistakes I mean first of all. Let's just review. There's been a lot of data coming back about the Kobe. Bryant crashed but we're using that pilot as an example because at the end of the day he was flying at about one hundred and sixty knots three hundred feet off the ground in very very marginal conditions and died doing something that kills more pilots than other weather events combined rights lightning icing thunderstorms microbursts wind. Share I mean you name it right all of that in one bucket via far into IMC kills more pilots right. So how did this eight thousand two hundred pilot? Eight thousand two hundred hour pilot not know that right. He must have known that. There's there's no way he didn't know that yet he's still going at that. Speed three hundred feet off the ground in conditions that were extremely marginal and at some point. He realized I can't do this anymore. I'm not I don't have visibility. I'm getting too close to the ground. And he executed an abrupt pull up into the clouds. We don't know why it was so abrupt. We don't know if he was thinking. I'm just GONNA pop up through this layer or or what but you can go to the pilot's. Handbook of Air Nautical Knowledge. Look up the section on spatial disorientation. This is textbook. There's something called elevator allusion when you introduce that upward force. Your tendency is to pitch down and just before the top of the clouds just before the helicopter broke out. That's exactly what happened. It started diving left. Turn and hit a mountain going. Four thousand feet permanent down right so the pilot unless he became incapacitated or had instrument failures. Let's just you know. Let's go with the obvious. Right comes razor. The most obvious answer tends to be the correct one he. He was spatially disoriented which would make a ton of sense because he's doing something that kills more pilots than all other weather events combined and he exposed himself to this elevator illusion. The real question is how did he feel as though this was not a problem for him how did he. Why was he going that fast? And some people say well hey look. There were pressures to fly Kobe Bryant. And Yeah Okay. But it doesn't mean you have to be on one hundred sixty three hundred feet off the ground. I think the behavior of if you watch the flight path and think about the mindset of this pilot. This is somebody who wasn't feeling vulnerable. Maybe right up until the very end. So how do we affect that? A lot of you know my work and I I in my book setting the standard a large part of. What's really become my thesis and Flight? Training is that we need to emulate the commercial operators standardize our behavior around accidents. That have occurred so that. We're modifying behaviors based on accidents. That have occurred whenever possible. We make those procedures redundant and then we force our own compliance But still even even knowing that there's still the right amount of pressure under the rate circumstances at the right time or the right combination of events that will get even the most experienced pilots. You know that to say well just this once. I'm going to. Maybe they even get away with it and it becomes normal right and they normalized this deviant behavior that they didn't even know was deviant because they keep getting away with it. I got some really interesting feedback about how in some other industries like law enforcement for example or construction others unknown concept that with a certain amount of hours or a certain amount of experience you become complacent that experience equals that and then flying we kind of do the opposite. We think more hours is more experienced. The is the safer pilot. And maybe that's true in the in the professional world where you're going back in for recurrent training every six months But maybe not so much in generally vacation one of the people I talked to a gentleman named David Dow. Who's a safety expert for confined spaces particularly in construction? I believe in any case. Consider what he had to say about safety. Classes that were required in the workplace couple hundred fatalities each year and trenches and excavations and confined spaces and was my specialty so to speak a lot of safety classes I met a lot of times with skepticism from participants and they basically had the attitude. If I've been doing this work for years and I've never had a problem So safety really isn't a concern. Just have not had a problem in the past. So why am I here for the safety class? I sometimes joke and think of it like you know. There's an expression that if a company is not growing it's dying. I always say if a pilot's not trying to get better. They're getting worse. And the concept of normalization of deviance is. Maybe you're getting away with things. Maybe the Kobe Brian Pilot had done this fifteen twenty times when the conditions were slightly better and it worked. You know you can kind of falsely. Prove to yourself that what you're doing is safe. So that's when I started thinking about the scared straight program and you know that's the one where they take the problem youth and they put him in jail for the night and they get scared straight in quotes and that led to a very interesting conversation with Greg Patch. All My name is Greg Paddle. I'm the Chief Flight Instructor Gateway Technical College and Kenosha Wisconsin. I think the biggest issue is getting pilots to realize their their own weaknesses or overconfidence. And the the only way to really do that is to put them in a position where they become overconfident or overlook some of their weaknesses and actually make a mistake. And it's trying to find a safe way to do that and there in lies one of the issues. You know the reason. We don't do spins in training anymore because two thirds the accidents. The fatal accidents were happening in training. So how can you safely do this? How can you safely make pilots aware of their vulnerability? Greg uses simulators and actual NTSB accident reports to recreate events that have proven fatal in the real world One of the scenarios we use as a a maintenance flight for an aircraft where it had some work done. Everything's supposed to be good and you know you're flying this airplane back to your home base. what we usually do is We we give the students the scenario. We don't tell them you know what the accident is. What happened we say? Plan the flight you know you might have. Passengers might not how much fuel you bring in. So the first thing they do is they ready. One page Risk Assessment papers and Kinda lay out what they see as possible risk for the flight and what their negation strategies or reduction strategies are for those perceived risks and they may or may not hit the nail on the head with the flight. Sometimes it's something that's completely outside the realm of something they could check on a simulator flight like a maintenance issue Then they will Submit a flight plan and plan for him so we know what their route is. We know what fuel they WANNA take and they may or may not get that out just like an eye for flight plan you might get throughout you file or not. The scenario happens in the simulator. The instructor kind of drive that Whether it'd be an engine failure or Seafood type of scenario where there's controlled flight into terrain and the actual excellent report And depending on how. The students either plan the flight or respond to that. That stressor in this scenario is Is the learning experience so sometimes the flight was off without a hitch minutes because they saw that risk upfront and they were able to apply you know appropriate negation strategies and move through that. And say I'll come and they they get to the end of the scenario and they're like well you know nothing really happened. Well Great. That means you. You had good skills going into that flight. For that scenario that doesn't happen with every scenario One of the scenarios I use is a A flight within Inner Fire and I actually bought a small smoke generator from party city and use that in the simulator to to add that realism. And it's about an hour and a half into the flight so I mean you're in the simulator in an enclosed simulator for an hour and a half after a while. It feels like you're fine an airplane and all of a sudden starts pouring. I had students panic a little bit in the simulator. You know and it. Kinda sounds funny but you know after you're in there for a while you really think that's happening so as realistic as you can. So that it applies to something they'd see in real life to trying to teach them to be more diligent about looking at the day to day flying and and what south or that could be a danger. There is so much good stuff in there and Greg is definitely a man after my own heart. You know I am the guy in the simulator with all the lights off and forcing my student to hold a Red Light. You know and Turning the volume the hominy engine up as loud as I can. And putting on headsets and making fake air traffic control calls mean anything we can do to make it more like the real world and Greg's right after a while that the illusion really does start to get some depth and you start to feel like you're in an airplane even though it's not moving and there's no you know perception emotion. Another amazing thing that they are doing there is having a risk assessment For the flight that they're about to taken. I'm not sure if it was greg with. Somebody got me on instagram and said that that was something their school did as well just to build it in from day. One on any given flight even if I'm going out to the practice area with a student there's a certain amount of risk associated with it and I have certain risk mitigation strategies for me assuming. No one makes any obvious mistakes. I consider the three big risks fire failure and collision on and you know for fire and failure. Outside of structural failure. You practice you know you. Practice communication failure you practice engine failure you practice fire procedures emergency to sense all sorts of stuff like that and for collision. I feel a lot better now. In today's world that were inside of what used to be the mode c ring but now requires a DSP out transponders. So I definitely take advantage of that. I've got the century Receiver always up. I've got four flat on my phone buzzing traffic in my pocket. I've got four fight on my IPAD showing traffic and now we really do have good visibility. So you have a risk mitigation strategy. Even if it's just I'm GONNA look out the window and I think the process of walking through it is what's important and what we want to pass

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Pilot Review: Latest Netflix Series, 'The Witcher'

Double Toasted

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Pilot Review: Latest Netflix Series, 'The Witcher'

"And. I think when I did a show way back where it's like. Why the witcher what you could possibly be? The next game of thrones and one of the things I said that would help sell. It is all the sexual stuff nudity and things bear there is you. You see you see a Dick in there. There is a naked man. I think at one point but for the most part it's female nudity and the problem is it's not even I I'll say at least for game of thrones was it made sense to why there is showing so much nudity in the very beginning where it's like okay. We're at a whorehouse. This is where this particular character operates as world is wheeling and dealing goes down like all these dark deeds happened like selling information using his his prostitutes in the world it felt natural in. It's exactly it's established in the world or it's establishing how certain characters are revealed when someone has sex like their personality and things. That's what I think. The original like I guess runs do for the most part for the most part this one. This is a really doesn't do that does show. And you needed for the sake nudity. Hey this is old lecherous wizard who created grand illusion. He's eases all his women and Amen. Amen everybody yeah exactly equal. Except there's this one guy. He's the he's the token order. I guess in the in the in the show and so and so it's not really a really leading to anything in terms of that. Set something up for for the most part in terms of the two storylines going on right now. You have Gerald story where he's just to feed this monster he's going the town he gets typically happens like when you go to a new town the video game he gets Condo side quests. They're like hey we can really use your help taken down this one guys. I don't WanNa do that. That's why am I hunt. Monsters and people are going to put. This guy is a monster on the very very on the nose. It's actually you know a giant spider like bitch. Can you take your that noman. He's human human human human but sometimes humans are even worse than monsters as the series emphasize which is a part of the book and also part the game. I thought that was I think. Just the issue I had with his particular storyline WanNa touch and another one is that I'll say this. I have talked a lot of shit about Henry Cavill for years. I'm not a fan of him. I don't think he's been a particularly good superman. I did not like him in mission possible. I thought he was very would net. I the sixty spy film man from uncle. I didn't care all that much to calm down there. You like them all. I know a lot of people that do like the movie. I just I distantly like it. Looks fantastic right having. Maybe I'll be a debate for another time but I'm not a big Cam. I will say this though. He does nail the the physicality girled but also the cadence the way he he talks like he does a very good impression particularly of how the character sounds and video games. Okay and that was Kinda Guy was one of my big concerns. Initially it's like okay. We now have an idea of what girl sounds like very gravelly voice but very dry to use a dry sense of humor and Kabul does good job capturing that like he is not the weakest thing about this episode so far I honestly I think for the most part he gives a solid performance. What's holding him back though is the way he looks? I think it's the kind of remarks it's party city. Wig and those contact lens in by the way contact lenses lobby will wear them in the show and they're not the best it takes you out of the scene when they don't look that was sometimes in the in the trails like like okay like that doesn't look too bad but I remember there's one imagery I think he's just sitting and he's has his hair down and I'm like that looked so fake. There's like the original image of promoting the show where it's like when you just him walking out and taking a Swig of one his magical potions and that doesn't look. It doesn't look as bad as that one did because critically that was like a screen test but it doesn't look great. There is one one moment in the show. Where because most of this film with like a blue or gray filter something because everything's great except for this one sequence in the show and where I almost feel like they? CG over the contact lens to make him feel like they look more natural. And I was like okay I could buy. This is natural eye color. I felt like maybe the siege on that kind of work again. I don't know if they did use that. But whatever reason I think just because the room itself was well lit that it looked better. I think when you when you when you have him. His eyes are so bright eight sending a gray tones already in the show. Exactly it's shines out even more a lot of sense it does. It took me on but for the most part. I think he does a solid job in this initial the first episode. It's just impressions. I haven't seen I think this is eight episodes series so far. I haven't seen the seven so maybe that gets better but again this is kind of like a slice of life type of thing and where he is in like a fairly. I'm like five minutes at long. Not Counting the spider mounts which reflects the beginning. He's fine I'm just you know. The rabble rousers idiot bandits and villagers who were threatening. You probably shouldn't do that. He's not gonNA work out to mess with. Yeah he's he's two feet taller then everyone in this town. He's everyone's male nurse doesn't smile and has a scar on his face. Don't fuck with the dude. Probably not a good idea to fuck with them and the thing is like okay. Now we're going to get into like some sort play and it does thing which really bothers me. where it's like? We're game of thrones didn't really do this at all and I had to compare it to it but it's hard not to because again the most the biggest fancier that we've had for some time. Yeah I felt handled. Many will combat really well. This does the whole kind of slowing it down and kind of showing you. Well how he's hitting the people and everything. Okay you're trying to establish his combat style. It's like I can go with that. Just don't do it too much. The big sticking point that that sticks sticks in my craw is a you. CGI Blood and when they use CGI blood it immediately takes me out of it. It's an aesthetic thing. I mean you want to save money and you know they have so many for this. But there's not game of thrones budget that I can tell you right now there's a lot of CGI and some of the great the maybe his eyes look good but for for the for that one particular sequence it just didn't work and then they switched from the C. J. Blood back to real blood using squibb's and things it's like okay. You can't have both because then they steadily years the other it doesn't make it doesn't make a clean. No but I mean 'cause I'm actually kind of with you. I am much more when it comes to Berlin and whatnot. I much more on the right side of practical effects absolutely age better but I think that maybe it's one of these scenarios where they're kind of gauging versus and goes to give it that good up that money count because I if maybe if I haven't seen season. One game of thrones in a minute but maybe if we go back and might be more noticeable. There I'm yeah I you you could be right you know. It's it's been kind of twenty twenty two thousand ten twenty eleven so it's been it's been a while and they could have probably maybe. Did you see blood. I don't remember I just remember just a lot of just just Gore won't accept is I don I. Maybe it's just because it's the first episode but I am really not a fan of slow motion. Yeah down action comment Maybe to exemplify certain things. Like if you're like maybe it's like hey like we're enhancing one moment this entire entire long seat like long season. It's one time of slow but if it's an entire fight scene of that it really just throws me off because it's not natural to me. Yeah no I completely agree with you again. And I don't know if it continues on that way because there is like a whole `nother there's a battle sequence in this which is the other part of the episode which does not feature girled where they don't have that and so I'm thinking okay. So maybe they're just trying to establish like how he so good like almost systematic with how he battles and it's just like it's almost like a dance for him. It's maybe they just want to slow it down for people to see that where he's not like just these ordinary guys coming over with like fucking cleavers in clubs and say okay establishing. This guy's talented swordsman fair enough. And so maybe they won't do it But yeah for his part of the episode. I Like I like Henry Cavill you. Could you could clip that guys. I like Henry Cavill. So far is guilt of review. I've never every seen some. You say something that hurts so much I know I know you know. Ah He does he does. Oh y'all get involved. But he does a good enough job and I am looking forward to seeing how historic progresses through the series. I felt that stuff that it wasn't serving him. Well enough okay. was he the focal point of the episode. He was half the focal point. Okay the other point of the episode was dealing with the character character of Siri and her grandmother's kingdom which is being attacked by the Guardian The Guardian Empire. The bad guys the blackhawks. That's if you will. Who are coming there? Conquering most of the continent and this episode attempts to get into kind of the political situation of of what's going on in this world. The problem is that you're interacting with we. We don't really know too much about yet and again kind kind of tour to my point earlier. There's some aesthetic things that are just very very distracting and one of the things that I don't I don't mean to be cruel but they have the actress to play Sierra. I don't know her name or that is not after natural. I color. And she's also wearing contact lenses and so when she's having these emotional scenes are in these scenes.

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"party city" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"party city" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"To start the week party city. We had probably its worst day. Ever the stock fell sixty seven percent in one. They had some bad luck with the whole helium ecommerce trade war thing but also isn't controlling. Its control well said Second-story Second-story zillow stock jumped on signals. It's house flipping Biz. It's going pretty well. This brings to online shipping addiction potential to a whole new dangerous level. We're talking CONDO's CONDO's yeah you don't WanNa buy like four home one weekend and the gap just terminated. Its right before the huge spinoff of old name is the latest victim of the apocalypse. Now snappers time for a snack today. This one tweeted in by Katie dropping in Brooklyn New York Katie. We love this one sent to us. I'm assuming on the L. Train. I mean maybe David J maybe the some companies give themselves phony sounding foreign names just to make themselves. We're talking about you. See your buddy johnny honey. He's been in Paris for a year studying abroad. You Doing John I go by John. John is just young. So Katie points out some examples album palm. How do you even even pronounce? That Obama Pan Jackknifed been working on this together based in Boston. Based in London Not France. How calm dig our soul based based in Tokyo? Why these all French? This is ridiculous. I think that's its own snack. Fact within a snack facts situation. Snacks loved having you with us. Remember to Tweeden teaboy. Oh boy tee boys of your favorite snacks and snacks story. You just loved. It will help us know more about you. WanNa hang out with you guys feels like we already are. We'll see you tomorrow for not what is this. Can't wait the Robin Hood snacks podcast. You just heard reflects the opinions of the host who are Associated Persons of Robinhood Financial Llc and does not reflect the views of robinhood markets inc her any of its subsidiaries or affiliates podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation to buy I or sell any security and is not an offer or sale of a security. The podcast is also not a research report and is not intended to serve as the basis of any investment decision robinhood financial l._l._C.. Member Finra S._I._P._C...

"party city" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"party city" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Party city just plummeted. Sixty seven percent to an all-time low. That's a bad day. That's a spooky day. And it's actually blaming Halloween aggressively. Halloween is to party city as Christmas is to buddy the best way to spread Christmas. Cheer to Single Rolling here Jack. I understand now party. Party city puts all its eggs in the basket. Ready Serious Halloween slowdown instead. They've got their Halloween city stores where they hire like twenty five thousand temporary employees employees to make sure. You're getting freaky stuff you need. And then October. Sales dipped by seven percent. It announced last week at Halloween city other store sales were down. Twenty one percent at parties at Halloween was a disaster for party city. But guess what attorney that. There are a lot of other disasters. They're dealing with over party city to over like I'll six. There's as a helium shortage like a once in a lifetime. Helium short talking like there's a helium and it means you can't buy balloons it party city no joke and by the the way in case. You're wondering Oh helium what to do with him. It's the second most abundant element in the universe. According to party said they got this stuff on Neptune. And we're running out of it in Manhattan lived. There is a shortage party. City said it's abundant in the universe but finite on earth. Little Asterix there someone in a physics class right now. It's like you idiots. Of course four south. This is what Ilan's going afternoon exactly and it turns out. Seventy five percent of helium comes out like three spots on earth and they're not getting enough okay so because of the shortage you can't get you can only get limp balloons party city. which is the worst? And if you want a Halloween costume I guess you didn't get it a party he said. And if you're going to balloon for Halloween I guess you weren't another issue. They're facing a couple couple other trends homemade costumes. Jesse is like taking their doggie bags is the new and instead of throwing them away turning it into a profit puppy cost if you're under the age of twenty five apparently doing like an arts and crafts our to prepare for Halloween these days. So it's nice that you're like making your own costume bad for parties another issue facing a party city here trade war that Batman Cape. Yeah it's made in of course and then the last one e commerce is just absolutely relentlessly stealing sales from parts is the one you expected but it was worse than expected it shutting down forty five party city stores. I thought they only thought at first they were gonNA shut down fifteen. Nick were partially to blame here around Burgundy and Brian Fontana anchorman fantastic. They felt pretty good. E commerce probably maiden John Very true so jack what's the takeaway for our buddies. Having less over at parties. Hardy city is not even controlling the controllables right everything. We just mentioned those who's were things outside of. Its control heartily shortage to blame you for the healing soccer back. Can't go to Saturn anytime soon but if you look at the reviews for Party city in fact we look at the one for Fourteenth Street in New York side Noah. Well we used to live in the East village. We used to plan Halloween parties. We had a legendary Halloween party right before for hurricanes. Say I remember Jack. We went to the store. I room mates Dave and Timmy. We went to get a bunch of black lights because we wanted to turn the whole apartment block lights. We went to the party city on Fourteenth Street. Well spoiler spoiler alert. Someone stole our key joke. It was actually pretty good party. Pretty crazy how the reviews clearly on Yelp you see you have to spend an hour party city and we can totally vouch. There is a surgeon reviews of not only that. But if you're trying to pick up stuff at party city there's an issue maybe you're trying to avoid the lines your order online and pick up in store all sorts of just issues nine being revealed on only that party city's got a disorganized problem. For example they have thirty two tableware options. If you WANNA buy like Table Green Cups. Blue Cups Up's yellow cups. Christmas turns out. Only fifteen of the colors they offer are the ones making ninety percent of the sales for them. Sounds like they should get rid of the other. Seventeen seventeen options. Because no one's buying the new president says there's a significant opportunity to further curate in simplify our sermon. Yeah we'd say so ourselves party city's got to control what it can control and hope that helium shows up somewhere four our second story. Jackie Hemi that Allen rich over there zillow it first democratized real estate information now. Now it's making bank on House flipping this stories about houses using Allen Wrench Fray Ikea bedside tape jackets a trick question. You can use rancher for okay zillow Ticker Symbol Bolt Z.. All Zoro is jealous. Hopefully no zebras go. IPO anytime soon. If you're if you're a renter a homeowner or or obsessed with becoming a renter. A whole we know what you're doing and you're you're probably spending a lot of times they're flipping through like I can do this. I can. Do this might. Actually I use truly out or street. Easy Zillow owns both of those mind. Blown for like ninety percent of millennials. So you're browsing homes. That are too expensive. You're killing your productivity at work. You're wondering if if you can pay the estimated mortgage feds like Zillow trademark right. That's clever actually. Are we allowed to say that. I don't even know. Now you can do all this because of zillow before zillow you had to set up an appointment with the real estate or out half your day to speak with someone or creep onto a lawn and peek through the window and get ready to run my name. That don't mind the over here. So zillow took information that was held by real estate agents only and put it on Zillow DOT com. They were found in two thousand six based in Seattle and for years. They made money on what they call. Zillow zillow one point. Oh it's original version of Zilla search and find that was it was real estate. Agents would pay to get their name onto zillow so that they become the agent. That sells zillow was a simple platform until things changed. Drastically been door came along and did the same thing zillow but actually cut out the agent and started selling ailing homes themselves. We're talking online shopping. Not For sneakers not for Party city black lights for homes three bedroom home. You get home late one one night. You're a little drunk. You can make a big mistake. Let's say you're not worried about shipping and handling for this homework but to do all this required that open door this author startup by the homes online so it could then sell them online. Yeah so they have like a roster of homes on their website. They bought all of those homes and so two zillow to match match this zillow two point. Oh It's new upgraded version to take on open door. It started to having to buy homes so it could flip the homes. It's calling it the by rent and sal because the by homes and then rent them and they buy homes and then they sell now. We know what you're thinking here. So how do with this. What did we learn Friday? We learned that Zillow's got some traction with this whole house flipping anything it's doing and we learned that revenues will double this year. Because it's taken on this to house flipping initiative and the stock rose by ten percent. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies. He's over at Zillow. House flipping is way riskier than just selling ad legs. LA's Zillow owned two thousand eight hundred and twenty two homes right now or at least at the end of this most recent court. That's how many homes it's bought but it hasn't sold yet and it had to raise a ton of money to buy those two thousand eight hundred home home. That's charming six hundred square foot one bedroom in the West village with no kitchen. That's ridiculously over-priced. They had to pay for that thing and they had to issue stock or take on debt to pay for it. It's only only a profitable operation though. If you can then sell them for the higher price and cover your interest for all those loans that Jack mentioned so you could even by the plan the renovations this is house flipping flipping one on this. Is What Dylan Zunino when it comes to their sales have increased because of this but but so far it's not profitable in fact it selling those homes on average for three hundred seventeen nineteen thousand dollars which is less than what they bought them for and paid for innovation some legal fees even though this whole initiative unprofitable right now. The stock jumped ten percent. Because they're the forecast is positive for our third and final story the gap CEO. He's out and this is capping off the CEO Apocalypse there are a a lot of experienced executives with experience leading organizations looking for position. Yep at the top of the ORG chart we're talking there on linked in they're trying to be endorsed for skills like management leadership. They're not looking for upward mobility. Thought they were all. They're looking for up. They want more higher on this one. Now the gap itself off this company was founded in nineteen sixty nine in lovely San Francisco. Funny that San Francisco has both Levi's and gap the two genes powerhouse. But the thing about the gap is had a really that speak in the nineties. When we were I can speak first hand? I had like an orange green blue. I know what you're thinking. Fleece Hoodie your mom. Guy With giant gap rich P like yelled it. Everyone's six years old the G. was as big as your head. You know how under armor wants to become a loud brand. Yes that was a loud Hodie Odi but then our MOMS stop shopping there. We started buying your own clothes and we have made going back to. The gap is much actually Banana Republic and the gap which are owned by the gap have really struggled for years. Now the Zia was just like oh last Thursday this caps off Lonzo CEO departures but this was particularly an awkward moment because they are about to spin off old navy which is also owned by it. Turns turns out gaps most profitable brand and it's being spun off into its own privately held company. This was the. CEO's idea was just like it may not happen now and the CEO leaving resulted in the stock dropping eight percent on Friday. This is just the last of record numbers of CEOS getting slaughtered. Just leaving these days. It's something like got a horror movie where you're like you wake up and see the newspaper like Oh my God another CEO. Well some of them are leaving others are getting kicked out another. CEO is gone and another CEO. Where's Mark Wahlberg to save the day whereas Shamil onto turn this thing into a real hit? One hundred and seventy two. CEOS have left since October. McDonald's YEP UNDER ARMOUR CBS Nike. We were all of those the big ones but a lot more according to this recruiting firm Challenger Gray and Christmas. That's been doing all the research on this and for all of two thousand nineteen we are ahead of two thousand eight two thousand eight set a record for CEO departures because of a financial crisis. Now there are lots of reasons why these CEO's are leaving including simply a bad profits or they're retiring or there's misconduct like the McDonald's who just got let go because of a consensual relationship with an employee not good CEO should probably having a relationship with an employee. I definitely should be doing that. So Jack what's the takeaway for buddies studies in the C.. Suite at the gap and anywhere it is harder than ever to be in the past if you were. CEO You had one job in that C. CEO role make as much profit as humanly possible. Outsource the jobs to China rate pollute the environment instill some hostile work Culture Shar. You're maybe not even offering snacks employees for free. It was all good for decades as prophets. Now now now you are a spokesperson and for your young and woke employees. Who demand a lot from you true? You are an advocate for the shareholders who still demand profit. Yes and you must be a global citizen if you don't have an act with twitter witter count as a CEO these days. What are you even doing exactly because you're not really the CEO it on twitter dude? You need to be a spokesperson in a leader. Now this moment this seachange really was reflected this past summer when the Business Roundtable of a bunch of major corporations which represents a bunch of major corporations in the US basically changed the definition of what a CEO should be focused on the purpose of a corporation used to be just prophets as much as possible but now corporations must consider lots of other states. We're talking sustainability values a commitment against sexual harassment. These are things now that a CEO is supposed to be focused on not just profits have to wear a lot hats. One of them is Profit and that's why we're seeing a lot of CEOS lose jobs they are just not cut out. It's time for a new breed. Jack in your whip up to take was forced.

Deflated by helium shortage, Party City to close 45 stores

Mike Slater

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Deflated by helium shortage, Party City to close 45 stores

"Well, the bubble bursts for another store chain CBS news. Deborah Rodriguez reports when you're in charge of the party and the balloons run out. You know, you have a problem party city party city says it's closing forty five stores this year because of a global helium shortage about five percent of its locations in the US and Canada the chain says it's working on securing new helium source. So it can get back to the business of filling up latex, metallic balloons. Closings are expected to affect stores in California, Illinois, Connecticut and

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 Party City is facing a helium shortage. It's also closing 45 stores

Armstrong and Getty

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Party City is facing a helium shortage. It's also closing 45 stores

"Party city party city says it is closing Forty-five. It's nine hundred stores in the US and Canada, blaming a helium shortage that is costing saw some stores sales of latex and metallic balloon tell you what disaster party cities news release says invoice there. It's looking for a new helium provider in hopes to resolve the issue this

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CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:50 min | 2 years ago

CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way

"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,

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