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Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

The Swearwolves

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Episode 140: You Like Huey Lewis & The News? - burst 04

"Listen we all have our embarrassing cds or music that we had bought back in the day. Like one of the first cds. I ever got the song. Rico suave rico by gerardo so i bought that fucking cd. That's awesome leedle models jingu. None of that was spanish by the way that was just my memory on the sandwich. I don't drink or smoke or into dope. try coke. You asked me how to do it. I cope addiction has to do with the female species. Edem raw like sushi. That's awesome

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Single Covid case in Western Australia leads to 5-day lockdown for 2 million

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Single Covid case in Western Australia leads to 5-day lockdown for 2 million

"The western city in Australia. Perth Going into full lockdown after a troubling case of covert has been founded, Baxter covering it all. From the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom and San Francisco Ed. Yeah, exactly right, Douglas. This comes from a hotel quarantine worker who tested positive. He had multiple contacts outside the hotel and Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports of full scale contact. Tracing effort is now underway. But until that could be done while two million residents and Perth and the surrounding area and they're on a hard lockdown, they can only go out for essentials. Workplaces, schools and restaurants or closed and there's some talk that it could have some impact on the West Australian election, which is due to happen in about six weeks. Now officials of fear he contracted the variant that is running rampant in the UK currently This lockdown is five days we'll see what happens down the road.

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Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

Paul Allen

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

"This happened something that we've enjoyed immensely over the last couple of months came to a conclusion they coached small is already gone down the Florida talk to the victorious coach school. Thank Volvo off the Los Angeles Lakers. To Win this game one, zero, six, ninety, three. They are the bubble NBA champions and I might add also well deserved. They played sensational. Ninety three the final that highlights seven ninety, the fan in Miami The Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA title last night they were up sixty, four, thirty, six at the half all admit full purple full viking Sunday mode. I, did not watch him minute of this game night other than the islets I couldn't do it. I was in I know you were in hosting fan lines so you were here. I was not here for the game I was at home. Okay and I just I'm locked in Man I. I love this football team show much. I can't deviate from that. Yeah, and that doesn't surprise me even though you've watched every minute of every NBA finals. and. Conference finals to with with East and West so it doesn't surprise me

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"That that's PDF not not pro football focus pro bassist for focus. Yes, like the deep dive analytical sabermetrics. You know what you're looking for. When it comes to slap in your thing, but but Larry Graham would be certainly in that in that category. Because again, he invented a an entire style. I mean just think about that, so then you look at I. Don't Know Getty Lee. Think about. I know flee from the Chili. Peppers as well regarded less clay pool. What about John Entwistle? ooh, that's a good one. John Entwistle, who, though the WHO so I mean, but but then the toughest thing would basis is they typically are reactionary in some ways to especially in a lot of styles, music, their reactionary to the guitarist, the reactionary to the frame of song, and in some ways complementary, and so, but when I look at all timers. Larry Graham I think would be should be in any top five list that you're putting together and out about, and it would be off respect within the industry, because sly and the family stone, sixties and Seventies. Con is every day people i. don't know what like the most popular across the board crossover type songs line. The family stone would have. I think every day people would. Pro would probably be as one family affair. Thank you for Let. Let me, be myself. Hot Bond in the summertime I think every day and people would be the probably the biggest for the casual music. Yeah, they covered They covered a song called. K.. Sarah whatever will be will be. That was a super popular song. Way Back in the day done by a believe doors day, so the old schoolers would recognize that one. The oldest of the old schoolers but but with that sad, it's. Sly and the family stone was not so popular with with the Rock and roll, fans or country music fans where you know, it was hard core as I would say soul music. Okay, so would that would that limit the level of respect? Somebody would receive because of the perceived narrowcasting shamrock I don't I don't think so because again if you're if you are in a music class, you go to school, and you know again I'm not I'm not an expert on this. I didn't go to school for music theory and all those things yeah, but if you go to school. School, you're going to learn what guys like Victor Wooten I think flat tone. Sticking with me so I think he was in the towns. You're learning how Larry gramp late you're learning about guys that took this four stringed instrument, and made it their own, and did things that no one ever did right, and a lot of that will happen to be in the heavy jazz influenced, which ULTIMATELY LEADS YOU TO R&B Love that which leads you to guys like Larry Graham is. Isn't that interesting? I mean it's like you said the heavy jazz influence which could lead you to and. where, you think like Darius Rucker Hootie now or within the last X. amount of years sure where you think pop music, Hootie and the blowfish, but then transitions to a form of country. Right I'M NOT GONNA. I ain't GonNa make like Marshall Tucker, band or Charlie Daniels or whatever you a me Konin I go fishing in the dark, but it is Darius Rucker segue to the country genre right? Yeah, okay well I believe. This is this is moving forward by FM frequency faith. I don't let us know if we're wrong. I believe we can. We can find it whenever I believe at the precipice at the forefront beginning of Country Music it was Ray Charles so when you think Ray Charles Lau. Yeah, you think busted Georgia on my mind yet. Blues are in be. Just outside of obviously blind right, but I believe like Ray Charles when he started. I think it had it had A. it was country music I think it was a curry music field. Okay, and guys like you know again. I mean thing about black influence on music. Immediately like best guitarist and I'm not an elite mind like Eric Clapton for instance will be one of my favorites. Wow, but bb king, think about bb King, and how many barriers from a genre standpoint yeah that he not only could dip into the things that he is influence over the last. I mean a fifty year plus musical career stuff like that so. So, it goes farther back. Obviously, yeah, yeah, but it's I love what you just said. Because nine to noon does not profess to have answers that if you believe blacks and whites needs to be brought up more closely together, and with the with the death of George, Floyd and everything through that the protesting the rioting then second degree murder for the. The COP right drew brees. The flag and Kapernick was right, and and now more respect. It's just everything man, and it's been a lot hitting us. It's been a lot two weeks and change, and it's been a lot in in in my head, and my heart with most of it being a lot of it being just when it comes to putting. Putting something to the forefront, a a topic or opening minds hearts, and is to certain things that maybe in lazy fashion or just whatever fashion people weren't thinking of music music. When you when you say, there's so many black performers, singers, whatever throughout the annals of time, yeah, that have galvanized m brought people together. You know it's the the music scene. Because, it's so stimulating the levels of pop. It's like athletics. I mean it's like pro sports or whatever I mean, you have the popularity. It's like with Aaron. Rodgers Richard Sherman whomever immediately had to get their opinion out to the public on twitter via social I'm Erin I mean it it personally if I'm Erin and drew brees. Does what he did, and it causes that kind of a fire, personally I text him. Yeah, I, don't. I don't need to jump here on on the Mike and let everybody know what I think about that exact. Look. Twitter so with that said now, but on the other side of it I ne- I need the disclaimer man. There are too many other sides of right now you know mind all right. Give me one second part of that. It's all good, and I'm getting ten gentle. The following statements born of last night in news razor lists that way we respect all infected or affected by the pandemic. We pray Infield for those in the belly of the beast. During the rights community, we ask questions in search of answers and solutions to problems that face all of us which air opinions based on sincere thought him back by our experience, not from a position of arrogance or politics, but true humanity not to confront, but to converse. Converse! We are here to learn and help if we can. You stupid fat announcer, go back to California and stick to horse racing if Aaron, Rodgers does not make his opinion known publicly. Then people popularity like that. We need people like that influential white people who have a lot of money, and they're able to influence the game and better help everybody all caps fifteen exclamation point you stupid fat announcer! STICK TO SPORTS! Go back to horse racing. Like when I saw no matter, if Darren Rogers, whose wider Richard Sherman, whose.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Burnt bet today thirty minutes from now part of the Timber Tech. What's on deck set less awesome leftovers from the DALVIN dilemma. A development in major league baseball and major league soccer all coming up nine to noon today, Paul Allen Mad producer and stumped the snob as in the sports SNOB. Who would be me, Cory Cove. Meat Sauce Yours truly and earlier. Stump the SNOB after last segment, PA commanding lead right now. Twenty two points through picking them off. Cory cove with nine meat sauce with five. But everyone's still in the game because it's time for categories, four different categories, the three of you have them right in front of your face sending point value for questions per category, the categories are. Guys who might make more than Dalvin and twenty twenty Amarillo. Pauper. Nineties Lions. Fast car like NASCAR real. Those are the four categories PA given that he has the lead from last segment e- shall begin and control the board if he gets the question, wrong gets the points if he gets it wrong following the hearing of this. The other two will have the opportunity to ring in using their name is a buzzer. Take the points and control the board where you had an NBA Potpourri one. or one point, this was known for crossing over and maybe stepping over in an NBA finals game. Crossing over and stepping over. Alan Iverson. Public Bony. Columbus Blue Jizzle. Where to next? Up to Potpourri to thank you. This exhaustingly boring hard ass might be aligned to coach. The Knicks next season whenever that is. Three. To. One Dick Motta. Cory Cove Tom Thibodeau. Correct Corey up to eleven yours. GonNa ask for clarification nineties lines that the decade or the nightclub. In this particular case, it's the decade. Let's go nineties, lions man. Lion after the show, let's talk about the nightclub nineties lions for one. This lion didn't miss a game for the first thirteen seasons of his tenure in Detroit. He was with the team for eight more after that. Break. His name was Jason Hansen got. God I couldn't remember his last name Nutjob boy that is correct. Austin Cooper go ahead. Go Away from that category. Let's go. Fast car like Nascar for one for one point, the crash at Daytona looked fatal. This guy was ready to race when the season resumed recently. Arena. To Ryan Newman. My odd. Graca comes big boy had I gotta go away from that category? To what am I doing? Guys, you might make more than Dalvin in two twenty for one. You might. This running back was suspended for half of twenty, one, thousand, nine hundred. Has He salary of three point two five million in two thousand twenty. Kareem Hunt. Up to fourteen points for NBA Pope for three. This west coast, big man lead the NBA in blocks at three point one per game before the shutdown. Three. Rudy Gobert. All ASSAN whiteside. Knew that it was one of the two. Or three point Potpourri for four Gobert goodbye. There's Louisville Native won a championship with the bullets passed away on June second ad age seventy four. West on Sal. Running away with this guys who might make more than three, three and two, zero, two, zero two. This thirty year old from UCF had six hundred thirty seven yards and five rushing touchdowns in a secondary role last season. Is the salary of two point eight million in two thousand twenty. You see thou. UCF running back though Yep. latavius Murray! while. You're up to thirty two points. Five. Don't tell yourself short. Let's go. Same category three, this former Jaguar, his salary of one point, four million, coming his way as he competes for reps in Buffalo. warmer Jaguar. The rate. To. Dick Motta One L. Yes. Is it Frank Gore. Oh Three no idea to. TJ Yelled Dan J Yeldham you're still in control sauce. Don't be sad I. Thought of you last night when the weather report with the weather report was we all? We're getting three inches overnight. I always love that was so i. just came to mind same category number four Shane Diesel. Since two thousand fifteen. This guy's been with the niners, seahawks, and then last year the bears and panthers. Team backup Christian McCaffrey he set to make three million dollars God, J. Precise. Three. To. Want. A new that'd be hard. It's data's David good one. Volume on your game today, but you're still in charge of the boards, nineties, lines and NASCAR left. Let's go nineties lions to. This D. Lineman racked up ninety five and a half sacks during his twelve year career from ninety two to three, all with Detroit Luther Ellis. Corey. Paul was the first one Robert Porsche. Direct hanging before the Buzzer, and technically then before me after the Buzzer, but you rang in before the Buzzer Paul. Be Care was claus three inches overnight. There are rules. Walter. Nice. Lions three come on actor from ninety one to one with Detroit. He had six hundred seventy receptions, or the nine thousand yards and sixty two receiving TD's in Detroit Herman Moore. Comes the Bossy on the outside saucy quickly up to ten. Yes four! Yeah, that's mistake as head coach, he took the lions to the playoffs in Nineteen ninety-seven and nineteen ninety nine. MARDI MORNING WIG. Yes Lane Fonts. My God you replaced Wayne Fox. Or five tests. MANKATO's okay. Bud kilmer. St Mary Yuji. The gentleman's name was bobby. Ross Bobby Ross Dick trickle. Bobby Ross saucy. You're still in control with three NASCAR related question trick dickel. Texting we're playing a game. Out Does it matter simple to simply enough whereas Talladega.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"I appreciate your taking the thirty thousand foot. Look at it and saying you know where where we twenty six or seven years ago. And where are we today and it has been unbelievable. Run that. When we bought the track, everybody was saying. Oh you know these guys seem like good guys, but you know good luck I don't i. don't think this is probably GonNa work, and so to think that you know in the original owner is they've gone through a couple of owners in the first eight years before shutdown, and so to think. You know we put together a team that you're a big part of and and people that love racing and people that you know really wanted to see the business in hand racing be successful and love the horses, and put a team together and You know not only survived twenty six years, but have have a business that's viable and now with the development of our property. There's lots of. Future Opportunity, so we gotTA. We gotta get through. What's been a rough patch here? But it has been a phenomenal running and I can tell you the thing that is the most. Gratifying to me I mean two things one the team that we've got and seeing how you know the great. Group of people that we get to work with every day, but the second is. Locking around the track, which we won't really have happened today and having. Person after person come up and say thank you I, just WanNa. Tell you how much we appreciate you. Bring race back. We love it out here. You know used to come with my dad or bring the kids out. We all just love coming out here, you know. Keep keep doing what you're doing and you know that that we're in this for. Your the very best thanks for everything can't Z later today excited to call racist and and we'll work on that Nord apiece for the soft opening his black township. Against our money room and we'll see where it goes okay. Thanks About Zealander. Randy Sampson presidency he'll of Canterbury. Park clearly is biggest priority at this stage. Okay, if it's your blackjack against his money room Iraq. Yeah, no, he's definitely into that quickly Corey Greg that Mike. Hopelessly late. Yeah, abbots in the building it's is yeah, it's pear-shaped. Rocks familiar with the The name Randy Samson. Sure Presidency Yo Canterbury Park is Guy Open on opening day for us today, limited bands, hoping to handle between a million and two million out state. That's my topic. Your a topic Card Casino soft opening on Saturday public, opening Casino Games only on Monday Pindi down for you on poker room how it's GonNa work, and when he said we anticipate. Two or three weeks and You had sauce it soft opening. And, then I had you at two or three weeks. So, we'll get you back there. Okay? that's Corey Co from the power morning. Show The aforementioned saucy saucy. He set to join the radio show and I'm Paul Allen. It is a mad producer production. It's nine to noon at Kfi. AM stumped. The SNOB is around the corner. It's our baby game. We play midweek and it's part.

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SpaceX makes history with successful rocket launch

KIRO Nights

07:24 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX makes history with successful rocket launch

"Let's talk about space we lost some will not I don't and and and a lot of firsts were involved in this first of all it it was a private space company SpaceX which started in I think two thousand two and Eli must company a private space rocket company they worked along side NASA they pick they basically SpaceX did the whole thing from start to finish they designed the rocket they designed the capsule and and these guys launch astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bank in Bob and Doug they kept calling him on the launch I was watching the live feed and I could not not think about the SCTV scary for the movie strange brew with Bob and Doug McKenzie I can't want to calm hoser it it is I don't I I love this kind of stuff I think it's absolutely fascinating and if if you're like why are people making such a big deal about this because it was everywhere a bunch of people watched it everybody was talking about it I'm it it is it is really quite a remarkable thing and you've got these two seasoned astronauts right these guys are like that the commander dog is a marine pilot he's been to space a couple times this guy has flown he's docked with the international space station on his own he's manual controls that is a nearly impossible task it's not tried searching for I did I'll try searching for it on link then you will have a hard time finding this guy to hire they hired like one of the white people in the planet is the only got this particular job yeah in or off the planet he's the only guy but but this time they used computers they launching these if you saw any of the video it's this beautifully sleek cushioned capsule that they're in they have and I can explain why mom was a who owns SpaceX yon yep and if you look at the inside the capsule looks like it really does Tesla's known for having a steering wheel in a TV essential hand side and end up breaking out into the Aggie can't look out of gas pedal and accelerator pedal and that's what the inside of this without the accelerator pedal that's what the inside of this looked like it was all touch screen also not like what you the the the NASA space capsule that you have come to admire and from from movies it doesn't look like anything like that anymore it looks much much more modern it is what the future space flight in one of the significant things here is this is the the beginning of the privatization of space flight right the the way it used to work was was it's not like that there have been private contractors building the stuff if you work at Boeing you know Boeing's history of building major components of every space mission I'm going it was front center it doesn't really happen without bowing right and other American contractors who do who developed a high tech but it was all in the auspices in the funding of NASA this is different NASA was involved but essentially NASA was the contractor helping these guys get to outer space it becomes it's a very interesting reversal of roles and if you don't think that that Jeff Basil's and his blue origin was sitting out there both rooting for and against the wasn't reading I think Francis aster but he certainly wasn't rooting for massive success unless he feels like Hey there's it's a big universe there's room out there for all of us it was very very interesting to think about I mean for you one must love him or hate him in in you probably do both on the on any given month given the way the guy behaves getting a space program off the ground in from two thousand when it was it was too two thousand ten till now is a standing yeah without denial of land over rockets and you know it wise it really is kind of remarkable and this is if you or anything of a space junkie and I am this was a real historic day and worth seeing and on top of that like we talked about once before on the show there is a simulator where you can actually try to really high it's it's similar to what you can try and doc this thing on your own that is it marks up the similar it simulated that they used I don't know how many times I ended up into deep space on saleable or brand right into the space station because I couldn't get it done they used to have like a a simulator in Cape Canaveral in Florida and I went down there with my dad when I was a kid and he's a pilot he he's a commercial if he's one big jets and everything he gets in the similar I barely I mean he didn't he didn't do it he couldn't actually do but got really really close and he's like man that was like the hardest thing I've ever done right the space shuttle used to have I this is my favorite part of storage space shuttle used to have two thousand manual switches right and you're when you're an astronaut you flick and then you're doing all the stuff turn these this this has twenty from two thousand to twenty everything is touch screen and these guys Bob especially the commander he's an old school marine and at first he was like I don't know about all this because when you're wearing the big astronaut gloves and you're flipping switches and it's real important that those switches get flipped there's you know when you physically flipped it or toggled it or whatever it is that right with a touch screen he's he's like that took a lot of getting used to so the SpaceX people are like we got you Bob and they created like a like a little like bloom like when you touch the screen you see some sort of a visual indication well it is actually touched it's the whole thing in your phone we're so between the two at the haptic response to refer to it as when your phone buzzes or clicks right when you do that kind of stuff the reason that they keep the shutter noise in a camera what they don't need the center noise in the camera anyway all of these things are because we're so a **** waited to flicking that switch to feeling that resistance some sort of physical contact with it and so they just dumbing it up for our own company even though it's not necessary that's exactly what they did here everybody knows Houston as in Houston you have a problem mission control this is as Mike said not a NASA mission so mission control you with they heard they heard voices from Hawthorne California that's for SpaceX is based out of so this is just changing changing the whole game yeah I mean but you know Hawthorne has its own problems so I suppose in some point locally we never get to that point and it and I think that that's really what now so it was not built solely to make space a government enterprise but to alternately allow this sort of building to happen and I think NASA's done a really remarkable job of pivoting to what the future is in becoming sort of this agency to essentially becoming an incubator for private space right and that is actually not a dumb thing for for them to do and and now we have four companies and more in other countries that are actually buying for this for this sort of dominance it's a pretty interesting thing it really is it's one of those many things like we talk about in Seattle that underscores what it what it what a real setback it feels like for Paul Allen to have died because he was also involved in a project out of Syria and so a lot of a lot of effort now in the private sector of doing this thing but this thing being successful is good news for everybody including other companies that are competing with them because we needed to see it happen from a private company and I certainly hope that this is just the beginning of a really really interesting future

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"My first and foremost responsibility to the State of Minnesota is the safety and security of all citizens. We cannot have the looting and the recklessness that went on we cannot have it as we can't function in society and I refused. Have it take away. The attention of the stain that we need to be working on is what happened with those fundamental institutional racism that allows a man to be held down in broad daylight and thank God. A young person had a camera to video. Because there's not a person here or listening today wonders how many times I am not there. These are tough questions. These are things that have been brewing in this country for four hundred years. We have people out there putting themselves on the line to try and put out fires in our firefighters that are under a cap. Those are the things I'm asking you. Help me restore that order. We will do that. State leadership in state guidance. You will hear directly from them at once. That decision was made around twelve fifteen last night and that first mission was executed around three forty five third precinct. We will see a difference. So I'm asking you and you'll hear from them to talk about this. I also want to think about what happens. When we don't add that people who are concerned about that police presence of an overly armed camp in their neighborhoods that is not seen in communities where children people who look like me Rhonda the beliefs others have to run from. So I understand that. That's out there but last night. I got a call from a friend and a dedicated public servant Senator Tours read called in her district and it was on fire and there weren't any police there. There weren't any firefighters. There was no social control and our constituents were locked in their house wondering what they were going to do. That is an abject. Failure CAN'T HAPPEN. We must restore that order to that. Senator Torres raised her whole life on these issues of inequities and making sure that people's voices are landed up but what she understands is none of us can live those voices. None of us can tackle these problems in an rb rains on the street. I also want to address the issue in this one is on me and I will own it up earlier this morning when this mission was carried out under my direction to resecure the third precinct and do so in a manner which I am proud of how it was executed by this team. No injuries no loss of life reestablishment of vires out those businesses a CNN reporter was at true was arrested by the state patrol. Few minutes after hearing that I was on a call with CNN. President Jeff. Zucker. Who demanded know what happened? I take full responsibility. There is absolutely no reason something like this should happen. Calls were made immediately. This is a very public apology to that team. It should not happen in. I WANNA be clear for those of you listening. I think are Minnesota's reporters this. I have a teacher by trade and I spent my time as governor highlighting the need to be as transparent as possible out of the press. I failed you last night in that. And it is not escaped me that we are here on the catalyst that spark by what happened with the police. Attainment of George Floyd and the Ibn that a reporter would have been taken while another police actually was in play is issues -able so CNN to the CNN team to the journalists here this is about having a plan in that these folks are going GonNa talk about. This is about having an aggressive approach to understanding what the community needs and not coming in heavy handed with them but to create space for the story can be told in a situation like this. Even if you're clearing an area we got to ensure that there's a same spot journalism to tell the story. The issue here is trust the community. That's now on. Its terrorized by this if they see a reporter being arrested. Something's going to happen that they don't want to be seen. And so that is that is unacceptable. We will continue to strive to make sure that that accessibility is is main game. That not only that the protection and security and safety of the journalist covering this is top priority. Now because.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Frank. Good Morning Sir but tomorrow Oh yeah no End All be all is. I was marine for six years. was actually made military police officer for a while This entire thing is based on fears. And it's it's sad because people follow the first thing that happens due to the fact that they did something whether it'd be looting or even being a top that maybe or maybe not been trained as well as as they should have had. It was unexcusable for sure but the bottom line is that the cops that go out there and the people will go out there and these days to protest. You're all scared. They're just scared. And if we all stick together I believe that fear. Go Away not excusing. What there by any means but they were scared. That's why have they were scared and they were not properly trained you you have. How do you when you have an unarmed man laying face first on the ground you have three of your teammates adjacent to you and you have secured him with your knee on his neck? Now the how can you? How like define scared. I mean the difference between any you would know more about this than me sir. So this is with all due respect because of the of the jobs and the Marines and everything you laid out so I'm trying to split adrenaline and being scared it's it's we need to train our police officers. I mean I work in Wien store now and that probably make more in our Mehta. They're not properly trained and they're scared every day and then I'm GonNa go the opposite direction. Twos The writers were scared. They were being peaceful and then somebody did something. And they're like Kay well. Maybe that's what we should do. They they they just follow but as far as the police Aspect GOES No. There's not enough training for They if they did that and sat around they should not be police officers. The end of the all. No thank you. I appreciate it I read something this morning and I can't remember the name of the officer Who had the knee on the neck of George Lloyd The the police becoming the purpose generally we're but he's the perp a the PERP had. I mean there were times I believe over the course of ten years where there had been situations. It's really difficult to lay it out like this without exactly remembering what I saw in. Obviously a very tenuous difficult situation. So I'm GONNA use the word reprimanded and if that's the wrong word. I apologize but the the per had been reprimanded multiple times over X. AMOUNT OF YEARS. So He i read something as well that he had been involved in force related incidents in the past. That's the only thing I read. I didn't know number or any of that. I think I read that. He was either disciplined or reprimanded or or cla shade slap on the rest or whatever. Yeah so now if if all of that is dead accurate if all of that is really accurate then then you know when it comes to what what.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Thing for me when I when I look at futures bets and I never met them. Yeah but I have in the past few times the ability to get at least twenty two one. I like that. Yeah and to have a guy to freaking roof all right. I mean. That's the key for me now now. I'm just being emotional. Rupe so I think the deck is stacked against fancy. They make the playoffs. It's sure thing and I haven't looked at their schedule but I'm going to. I'm going to if I'M GONNA put a one hundred dollars on a twenty two one. Bet I get to root for a guy that the vikings don't face I get to root for a guy that has vikings connections. Yeah and I just get to hold onto that ticket and root for this team emerge from the MUCK and mire into a playoff berth and one hundred dollars twenty to one cash that I'm in on that. Maybe he is exactly what they need. Yeah with a lot of talent and a quarterback with a ton of talent something on which to chew or there is a coach in the NFC. Who's twenty five to one? Who might be pissed off channel that into his team they win a bunch of Games? Get to the play offs. He's coach of the year. That's a potential spotty. I'll bring up and your guy in Green Bay Matt Leflore I mean for some God bless green and gold line not bad not bad either but like what about cotton. John I mean. He's got the Gilbert Brown gnome atop his atop. Is Driveway tumor by the Hot Tub? The Mark Jamora gnome adjacent to the hot tub. I mean the entire yard freaking ridiculous right now because he had some some trees some trees cut down and handled yesterday so now you can see all the gnomes and the packer flags and stuff like that all over his dwelling but well floors thirty. Two one day Raj now. I mentioned this to you yesterday. And I want you to help me figure this out around the corner I am so stone cold tripping right now on nineteen ninety five and the final standings and what happened and nineteen ninety with coach of the year. Okay and then plays into the conversation with a mad producer. It's Paul Allen from the Brian Heating and cooling studios not..

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Paul Allen

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"That was his appeal. No one cared. You actually talked about on this morning. Yeah we're talking about Tyson fury version. Tyson okay screw this whole thing. It's okay this is this is entering Donaldson easy territory now. You're doing a great job. I mean the purge wild on they're all great and you're mad that I'm winning as part of it box taken the lead. By the way I have eighteen I'll go jersey chasers per four That was your big mistake. Forty three is the number. He's the all time scorer for the gophers a top pick in the one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Nba Draft Randy Breuer. Corey Michael Thomson is your up to fifteen. It's a barn burner right now. Go BACK TO BOXING. The clown still there for four right. It is and then seam heads to boxing for four okay. He retired at forty nine. And out this champion. Compa me with his monstrous right hand which he called Suzie Q. Rocky Marciano did you know. Think think Floyd fifty so it was between the two of them. Ripe fifty taken the lead now with nineteenth seam heads for four. This guy was recently uninvited to a team. World series reunion because of his aggressive political tweets curt schilling three up all the damn it. How many times? How many seconds do you get? You got lost line. Give it to me. Nineteen seconds to ring in the last one. You got like a thousand thousand. What he never on the one. The He didn't count you down for like three seconds. No Saturdays thing man. You guys cooperate on Saturday and just taken our little say Aubrey. Huff never answered any never once at three to one very anyway. No I'm not saucer. Currently in the fifteen seconds to guess how can I win two points Corey right behind him? What nineteen PA in the rear Was Seventeen? It's time for Kale Mary the final portion of stumped. The SNOB includes three higher point value. Questions they with initials light clues thing. I'll give you five hints. Use Your name as a buzzer. You're all eligible for all three questions. Of course if you get a correct you will get the points. If now you're out for the remainder of it The questions succeed in six points. Seven points an eight points out here but the store real quick before we do this saucer with twenty two saucers twenty three. Yep Yep Seventeen Gotcha. Thanks. This is the six point question. Born in thousand nine hundred eighty seven. He was the one hundredth overall pick ten seasons. One hundred forty seven games and six playoff games corey four. Yeah I'M GONNA TRY Strike Everson Griffen. Why not my God takes the lead with twenty five points job? Everybody's still in the mix here. Here's the seven point question. Born and Rainy River died in international falls. He was listed as being around six to which was much bigger in those days. One to NFL championships with the bears chief. His First National Wrestling Association title in Nineteen Thirty Nine Corey yes Bronco Gerski or any believes over. He wants Corey's the winner Nice job and finally just for the hell of at the point question would be person said recently. I won't play if there's no chance at the playoff Yes Wesley Pipes Tori. I've seen his work again. He's an all star in my world. Damian Lillard Oh Aubrey huff. Do you still want those four point? Wan GotTa Win with class. You can't you can't rub it in like that after you want class sauces. One initials like ninety seven times lacking plastic. That's what game the game is actually better when he loses or wins cockily. Oh now he's just a distant second so he doesn't have the same fire. Thank you thanks. That's a sports knob Wednesdays nine fifteen thanks boys good job. Corey cove meets us. Excellent work by Matt Producer. It's Paul Allen. Fm One hundred point three Kfi am by faith radio around the corner involving the NBA mark. Cuban and a plan to potentially Returned to play From the Bryant Heating and Cooling Studios Good Morning. This is nine to noon.

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Paul Allen

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"A brand. How how's your buddy? Nick Sabin these days ago. This week He's he's up at my lake place. Lake Burton my son was up there in Matthew over the weekend and Vegetables Nickel little bit than I'm going to visit with you Miss Week. he's up there. I like places about ninety two miles above the city. Glenn we've got a couple of people have had lake and right at the base of the Smoky Mountains and we've got good golf courses up there. Nick loves to play golf and nobody does it. Plays off the coaches football. And he's very frustrated. Also that he's you know college just as well as pro coaches. I mean my goodness in college. Especially you know you've all of a young kids the freshman class you've never seen and everything's virtual and such unknown down here in the SEC's it isn't NFL football. But you know down here. Sec football is a religion and at the seats of every state has got nine hundred ten thousand seats and it's a competitive leg and he's he's sixty seven. Maybe sixty eight and yeah. I could tell. He's got some frustration as I'm sure examined all the coaches the NFL. And how am I going to manage slew? This this is all new things for them and and they're in in in the football practice in modern day. Football everything is so precise. More sister coaches more people. More film more fish you really but how do I? How do I teach? And how do I coach? And how do I make this work? Virtual reality and it's a lot of uncertainty in that will for sure a Fran. I mean you know with Georgia the way. Your governor works as aggressive as he is. I mean if the SEC would permit it. He probably would say okay. Twenty-five thirty thousand in the stadium in Athens to watch bulldogs football right. Yeah I think he would. You know and governor's from Georgia went to University of Georgia is is mother was at school with me and I. I didn't know any back then. But he didn't fold saying here and he opened up three weeks ago. And it's done fine and I think what you're going to see now. I was reading a thing this morning. The guy that was an Obama so he's just a finance guy was in a group. There is a professor at Harvard now and he just said flat out this morning that this is GonNa be the biggest third or fourth. Call the biggest comeback economically that this country's ever seen in the reasons as it's because we went to zero everything shut down and now the people are get forcing the same to go down. I had a doctor told me one of my doctors. Here's has no searching emery. Said everybody's GonNa get this lives at some point but we're going to be able to treat it and it's not yes. I is out of viruses. It's so much unknown so much. This ain't got caught up in a political year You know five months a broken election and and and and it just it just gained the momentum all across the world people shut up. Shut down I a lot of unknowns here I I always will get a little get through it. You know now about go ahead. I've done. No Fran Fran Tarkenton nine to noon every other week days. But it's a Tuesday because the memorial day so it's Turkington. Tuesday Hall of fame quarterback rate is history of Vikings and the bottom line dot APP with With those small businesses. Whatever got to ask you earlier? Is You mentioned like from a small business? Standpoint people are pushing forward through this purge but I you know more about this than me Fran I would guess rent and door mortgage in certain spots less than it was say three months ago advertising rates wherever for your small business probably less than they were three months ago. So I mean if you got the capital and you got the idea and you find the spot from small business standpoint point. This is a good time to move forward. Well I guess read again this morning. More registrations this month's of May for businesses then in a long long time and I have a business partner eighty eight which has been around seventy years the payroll.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Brand Tarkenton Paul Allen. How are you ball alley? Good Morning Sir. Fran great to hear from you. Greatest quarterback in the history of Vikings Football. A lot couple of weeks ago when we had fran the man on the fan surprised him with the with a bud grant calling in and the second segment some more surprises coming the way up. Mr Tarkenton and coming weeks but I without with your personal covenant Fran your daughter Hayley Is a terrific singer. I when I was researching some things to to bring up today. I watched her sing on Youtube at an Atlanta Tavern. At something called the chicken raid Your daughter Hayley terrific singer. Well you know she's She's thirty two years old. She's a beautiful. Young Woman. Looks like her mother and And she just loves to say she loves to down here probably not did. He differs in the twin cities. We have opportunities down here at restaurants bars and so forth where they have live singing and we have it all throughout the south and she she has a ban and they traveled to Nashville and back and forth. And don't have not daughter Paul. They don't make much money saying unless you're at the top end go out there and saying and write songs and do what you love to do and we'll make sure that you can eat three meals a day. She loves it and you know. I've never seen anybody performed singing at these clubs that just go off the saying. They love the music they love to entertain and no different. So it's A. It's a blessing to see her happy because she likes to do her of do a thing and bringing bringing the to people without with your daughter Haley when she sings I mean does she. Like old school are in be. She's got kind of a blues e voice all Blues. But you know it's an interesting thing. My wife is a Beatles not and that of music and my daughter is also and So she's she's come more back from that time but she's the and and and and but she's got a background of blocking and and and the whole late fifties and early sixties. That's her favorite music. Yeah what Fran. What's the chicken raid? Well you know we've got so many little places in the unique to the south down here. You know chicken a staple down here. Fried Chicken is a staple down here. And and And so And and that's kind of a a tavern that serves southern southern food menu. That's what it is The I mean you know you. You know a better. The May because you've got a thirty two year old daughter trying to get into it but the the music industry man that that seems like a very tough nut to crack or you know it is and you know in what a gift that these people have that can sing like like like Barbara streisand. And and they're they're just got this voice of these tools to be able to celine dion. I watched Celine Dion out in Vegas. A couple of years ago cried the whole time to be able to make that kind of music. But you know just the very elite are able to make a living doing it but there's so many people all over Atlanta. I'm sure all over the twin cities people that just love to do music. And they do it for a pittance. And they love it and they. They always have a smile on their faces. She's different thank God. She doesn't have to make a living by because I can support her and I told her that a Fran how about down Memory Lane? We go back when you were when you were running around and starting the H. O. F. Career Norm Van Brooklyn stuff like that etta. James Ella Fitzgerald Aretha Franklin some female vocalist like that holy cow. Yeah and you know I will tell you this thing. I I saw Barbra streisand at Eighteen. Or Nineteen or twenty. I was when I was traded back over giants and sixty seven. I went down to see her Do I forget the the the show? She was there and so young and so unbelievably talented And I saw her and Celine Dion together And and how can you put voices together like that? It's just it's just incredible a out Fran Tarkenton nine to noon H. O. Up Teno Five. Good morning with With the bottom line dot APP and might I might get a little more into this in in our second segment about these start-up businesses but like the bottom line dot APP and like startups small businesses. How do you get those going right now if you got the capital and you got an idea but but you have concerns to hear but concerns and every part of life that we're starting out but I was reading just this morning there were there? They got record number of small business people registering to build a new business. This thing is going to explode now with every debate working for big companies the laid off. And now they're gonNA take the case to step out there and and that's what I've got all my life back. I mentioned I had a paper route seventy years old and Washington DC. I worked every all sees but WANNA play football Up IN MINNESOTA WORKED FOR HOLDING PRINTING Company. So they're in Minneapolis. I worked for Wilson Truck System out in to fall South Dakota and and what of US need mentors it was you know it's football whether it's said broadcasting a whether it's an starting and running a best this giving mentors. I don't care if you if you're successful. You need mentors and and the the whole notion of of the bottom line dot APP. I I do a one minute. It's once a week one. Minute is it of of a new way of thinking. It might be inspirational. Might give you an idea. It's it's my things that drive me to get me out of my office out there doing something in creating products and services that bring value to somebody else and and so many aunts they. I'm all alone just being. I don't have any help us out there. Just you know Lee. Charge nothing for this. This is all free And how would you like to have I would have liked to have VEGETA- Lombardi You know if he was still alive. Give me give me advice is I'm building my business. We learn from other people. We learnt for people that have great success and leadership. And that's what the the bottom line dot. That APP is all about it. And I I've done maybe fifty sixty of them already and I'd just keep adding to it. You up you mentioned the name Vince. Lombardi why why do you think Bud Grant? I mean despises is a strong word but I mean why do you think bud grant feels the way he does about Vince? Lombardi you know. That is a great question and I didn't know until we had it on your show a couple of weeks ago and he said I didn't like Lombardi right and he's never. He's never told me that the next time I'm talking I'm going to ask him why I don't know He was a nighttime You know he was a you know but you know we're up a duluth. Body grew up in New York City. He didn't New Yorker he's GonNa talion. He's a total different personality. For but but that makes the greatness of of all the great coaches that I played for in new each one of them uniquely. Different should be something that we we can learn from them. But we all always gotta be offsetting southbound. I just think body was a total different personality then by grant and so that that hit by wrong and I. I'M GOING TO ASK HIM NEXT TIME. And of course we will tell me and he'll have a good friend but bud is suggesting the name of the Super Bowl trophy should be changed to the Shula. Not the Lombardi. I mean that. That's how far down the road. He goes with this guy. I know I just I just don't their personalities all the hits a League but nobody had buds personality was different from everybody. Don't nobody was different from everybody. I played for Tom Landry. He was a very quiet engineer. Type Guy and he and he was different from everybody and sure it was more likely regular and but likes shoe He was just Kinda. He played little of football. He had a lot of talent as as a player as a coach. He was a huggy guy he was he was a leader. He was a motivator. They all come in different packages but I don't understand that. Now keep in mind but nobody understood but he was totally different than anybody out there and I remember. We're playing the Philadelphia. Eagles we've eight. Maybe had five assistant coaches and he looked across the feeling and they had twelve coaches with their eagle shirts on and there had been the. Acs look over there. I said whatever the game's going on I'm on the sideline. I always stood right next door. I want to hear what he said over there. The sidelines count. How many coaches their twelve bucks? Yeah you know the problem with that. You can't fight about free into on the DO H. O. F. I'm freaking out right now do you? You said you played for Tom. Landry yeah I play. I played Pro Bowl. Was Tom Landry. And the other quarterback was my best friend in football there Don Meredith. Who was the greatest characters? Whatever lived and so and and of course. He's the poll up some landry but I played with Tom. Landry and he was a absolute engineer engineering background. Wow he was. You know he had the flex defense four-man line flexible tackle up in back and he had all kinds of mathematical things about that but he was a brilliant coach but he's a total different guy. All of them were different. And really you just the last few years. I've recognized that the look at all these people and and even the players themselves. I watch PEYTON manning and Tom Brady. Plays A dos. This week it was. They put themselves any tough sicher impossible situation. But I'll say this you know. These are two iconic quarterbacks iconic. They're not great athletes. But there are of I mean I mean Payton It's got a great intellect. He's begging strong. It gets really had no feet. You don't really couldn't run the ball. was was did he could really play Michigan. Played only half time in Michigan. Nobody wanted he was a fifth round. Draft Choice. Out of Michigan is a quarterback but they just learned how to play but they're not great athletes. And you could see that play golf so you so you did Monday night. Football seventy nine to eighty two right. Yeah I did. Yeah and Wind Dandy Don Meredith with well with Frank Gifford Dandy Don Merson. How cosell we have three of us at a time? Wow.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"In this area? It seems like it's endless questions that need to be answered to get this thing. Roland guys WANNA play. They WANNA play for the COM every single season. 'cause you only get along to chase it and obviously if you lose one year is another year gone so it's something we want to do but at the same time. There's a lot of and needs to be done. What what last one. What what if it starts? You Get hot. Fiala gets hot. Parisi gets hot and then you guys like go on a massive run and win the Cup but it has an Asterisk who cares right. That's a hard cop during you know. They've been shortened seasons. And whether the same playoff but yeah. It's you gotTa Win Tough Games. You GotTa beat the Best Games and Yeah I mean I don't know if they I guess you're the one team in NFL history. That hasn't Asterik next year and It's it's because of the verge. And maybe it says there's a lot more multi group that we were able to come back after three months and being peak shea and We did our social distancing and and all that who knows would you Would you wear a mask under your mask? Well here's the thing. I I- social distancing. I haven't we. We haven't done a great job is also doesn't thing as yeah the stay lock house because my wife is actually pregnant with our third child so I guess I at least the Mask I. I'll probably wear on the ice but Yeah we haven't done a great job at San Diego's all right man you're the best ever Stay say let's do this more frequently wherever you're going Had their safely. Bless you young man and I look forward to our next chat. Okay all right thank you. How'd you breathing good drive to you? I need to check all right see Minnesota Wild goaltender Alex Day. Lock with with a covenant catch up cold call For the of our favorite goaltender when nine to noon continues around the corner florio weekly stop with a PF t guides.

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Paul Allen

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Pull up and Scott at Julie's house and you might get put to work but you'll have a good time. I would welcome that honestly not one of the things that I really don't understand never having RV. And I've only been walked in an RV a couple of times the the hookups. Right because the hookup has to be just got to be a sewer hookup. A water hookup. I don't know a propane hookup. I mean cable cable. Tv Hookup is that a thing to cable TV by the Wifi Code. Even that whole deal. It's all their man. It's excellent it's it will be it Era Smart Guy. It'll be that much easier than you think. Okay and even if you're not smart when it comes to like sort of more mechanical things like that or just simple instructions. It's super easy. It really isn't the best part about now. Now if you just look it up you just lineouts best thing youtube video and you look at this. I'm not saying this to sound like I'm bragging but for me I kind of am. I'm wearing my own my own house for electric and yeah. I learned it on Youtube and I passed my city inspection. That as of two months ago I'd only ever wired low-voltage like my speakers and connecting my computer and stuff like that so yes I think you can probably learn anything I feel like I'm kind of fascinated by this. Rv idea because it seems to make so much sense right now. Anyway I love it you will. You have freedom. You'll feel when you pull out on that highway. You're just rolling in the big lardy. He'll you can't. You can't run out in front of the run out in front of the big seventy thousand paper crowding in. Us Bank stadium. Just get that rush. It'd be like you you feel the wind on your hair. You just going what now I understand. You read a thirty seven foot monster yacht. Why not why not? Would you remember what it cost? The weekly tossed I'M GONNA guesstimate for a week around from around three grand. Yeah I bet three Grand Weeks. So that means you're paying about four hundred twenty three thousand four hundred twenty dollars a day and I imagine though if you're sleeping that thing had to sleep eight which for your pet eight to think eight to ten. So have you think about it though three grand for a week and you start adding a plane ticket if you add up yeah plane tickets to wherever you're going to go fuel costs and all that but it's not that awful. That's not terrible now. You still have to buy gas and that gas. Those you're thirty. Seven footer was probably getting eight miles to the gallon. Diesel diesel and it was The nice part about travel right now is you're going to get really good on. That is true though the do it is now and I understand. You have mileage limits with your rental right and then they start digging you and every mile over that. I don't remember that I don't okay. It was probably just maxed out just in case you wanted to do something else. I can't remember exactly how that works but yeah I definitely want to get some details on that and I'm sure there's probably the Marvi dealers chiming in right now on on your social trying to get your business if they're not they should be and come and hopefully laying out kind of how it all works and again. I'm not an expert. I just figured out as you go. I it sounds. It sounds intriguing. I'm I I've never. It's never something that's held a lot of appeal to me until now but now right now it just feels like the whole concept of being summer travel makes a ton of sense and my kids love kids. You can't with GRANDPA that was part of the the the love but they just love the whole process. They love being able to kind of be in the RV. Going on the road is just different sitting there car seats of the car and or in the car and Is this is a good experience around? Michael Documentaries obviously been extraordinary. Hit and part. I think it would have been a hit anyway. But having a drop in the middle of this has made it absolutely massive in so much time spent talking about it and so much mind shared so many people watch the Jordan documentary. Now there's going to be a nine episode. Tom Brady documentary coming next year. Now it's going to be co produced by Tom. Brady's company which tells me it's going to be a huge Schill job and I'm really nervous about it actually giving us anything substantive and anything media controversial. What would you want to see in the Tom? Brady documentary coming next year. Well I think as a sensitive he his personal life and in his point he's been very cur- shrouded with that whole thing. You know to a point on the you understand. What makes Tom Brady Tick? 'cause he he's not doing all these crazy interviews or doing all this extra stuff to try to get the he's trying to avoid you can't avoid it right get out of it and and I don't I'm not you know you tell me the Michael Jordan doctors coming out on fired up. I have a DVR. We're watching it whole family. Sit DOWN THE TIME. Brady him sort of like you know man I mean. Obviously he's an unbelievable player. Best Player to ever play the game obviously WanNa tennis championships and done some amazing stuff but the story and hasn't been talion intrigue me nearly like Michael Jordan does. It's I think the Tom Brady. Documentary will be exactly as good as it lifts the veil of secrecy around the Patriots and Belichick and Brady himself because we have it's the veil is so thick and we know so little about what goes has gone on behind the scenes if they don't give us that then. This thing's going to be so boring. Well what an opportunity though I mean lead New England now documentary coming out so you just wonder though how much were they able to get like actually behind the scenes like all the all the behind the scenes footage the last the last dance ad? I mean that's what made it good as you're behind the scenes in the locker room and I have to believe that you know Bill Belichick and the Patriots allowing a lot of those things. I think just being more hit on. Tom Brady himself and his approach and his mentality and how he trains and that hold. That would be my guess so I would assume that those things you're wondering you're asking about will not be talked about unless you know unless it from the lens of your. Tom Brady himself. Yeah and that's May I guess Brady could peel back? Plenty of the secrecy himself if he wanted to. I just think if it's being produced by his own company the whole thing is going to be designed to make him look somehow even better. Tom Brady already looked so. I'm not sure that's going to be worth it. Well I'm sure we'll get some viewers. Obviously what would you one six and you're still in the League plane to get some Some like of that. But I don't think there'd be anything like the last dance and the tiniest thing coming out was just incredible. I mean the Lafayette. Everybody was fired up when they announced they were going to push ahead was fired up to see it. Because I think there's so many questions and and the time period was important like you know we're twenty plus years removed from that right from that time in our lives if you live through that so for me like being a kid in the ninetieth watching this whole thing. There's so many things that forgot. They didn't remember Tom Brady. He had a twenty year career but he still doing. He's active and acting people's minds. I think that'll impact as well. Now you agree. And that's all the more reason to play it safe for Tom. Brady is because he is active in the game. And if you were going to expose in some way some negative anything that's happening in the NFL or with another player or the team or a coach and then he got to see him on Sunday. I just don't not interesting. I don't think it'd go far enough. Generally I agree Chad one more time what's happening with. Grey Duck Vodka right now. Yeah we hit time. We we Yeah we allowed star twins Logo bottle this week there in stores to find grab one take a picture social follow us all doing some fun stuff and as as bars and restaurants hopefully open sooner than later at a big capacity sooner than later. We've gotten back on their feet. We want to jump in and start doing a lot of stuff with with bars and restaurants and just help people get back on their feet. So I'll look forward a lot more things coming from us and thanks charge for having me on. It's been a lot of fun. You can check out the grey duck vodka twins edition label when you go to great experts dot com. Thanks Chad we'll talk to you next week. You Bet thanks. Bye Bye When we come back I WANNA dive. Further into this are being topic absolutely and welcome the callers know more about this than I do. Which is literally everybody you too. Yeah I think we almost nothing about our viewing but it feels like the Times right situations right. I am interested in it. I don't know if demand is higher. Is there somebody in the industry that knows somebody? Listening that's cells are visa rents. Rv's there's gotta be like version of of AK owner that is RV's. Somebody's thought that up a long time ago. Airbnb with there's gotta be Irby's Harvey Babies. Rv AIRBNB. There's gotta be something like that out there. We know nothing but I do think it's a quasi brilliant idea in a time when we all want to travel but we don't want to stay in hotels and we don't WanNa do planes necessarily. This might be the chance you feel comfortable behind the wheel of a thirty seven. Footer will windy out there. I ninety I don't know well can wind even move thirty seven foot. Rv. I don't know I don't know either yet can do. I need it. Don't have to get a class B license for that. I don't know it doesn't sound like greenway about it. Had One from when he was driving thrashers or something. I don't know the answer to that but I bet listeners. Do one eight hundred three two zero finance the FAN FAN DOT COM. Check out the contest page. And here's why we're about to talk about RV's but most of still live in a static or stationary dwelling of some sort. Well how about having a chance at one time mosquito prevention treatment for your entire property. Courtesy of my buddies at mosquito shield fourth season in a row of used them. No mosquitoes or ticks in my yard. They're amazing they do great work. It's safe for the kids and everything so check it out I love them but you get an opportunity at one.

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Paul Allen

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Producer of bumper to bumper with Dan Barreiro sideline reporting extraordinaire for Golden Gopher football. His name is Justin Guard. And he's in studio now what's happening day by day man. How's everything everything's good brother? I explained actually earlier in the show that this is a good example of producers helping producers. We got to be there for each other and Ryan Donaldson is a producer kind of gets this as well. And how many times have we had to lean on? Donaldson to help us out over the course of time more than we want to. He thought he was getting his own office. Which he has. But I mean he thought he was able to wipe his hands of this producers game. Now I'm fat cat and the Corner Office. I'm directing the promotions of kfi hat putting together the rude part. He's very excited about. I can tell but now we still have to call upon him at various times as we as we have done this morning. And that's why you're here. I called upon. You put out the bat signal and we're GONNA get into some things. Gophers related some other things as well. And that's why I call upon you this afternoon because one thing I've learned about Donaldson especially when the weather is nice He's not available in the afternoon. He's not available to come in basically anytime he treats every weekday like. It's a Friday in the summer. Correct like our sales staff usually does of they were here were. They're gone by. They have a meeting at two o'clock offsite and so by the time I come down here to get coffee or something. The entire sales pitch has just gone. Ghost that's Donaldson every single day. Well and it's funny that you mentioned that because I think the sales staff At least concerning two or three. Pm Zoom calls has figured out Donaldson schedule as well. We heard all right. Yeah one time. Yeah we've heard about it meat sauce. Oh can you. Can you imagine being a college kid again right now during all this? No I've talked to multiple people that have college age. Kids and one in particular has a daughter who was a freshman at Kansas and just was living her best life. Laura Gadgets. Kansas Great Cool College Town Fun Atmosphere Good Sorority and Fraternity. Scene from what? I'm told Ryan could probably tell us about that. He's probably got some fraternity brothers that we went to Lawrence and was loved in. May She's about to get first spring on campus. Nope back in Woodbury back in Woodbury with mom and Dad's Spring Break Dad not going to Mexico. None of that. No that would be terrible and then having to I mean the school part I think a lot of them do online classes anyway now because most schools have you know back when we were you know allegedly supposed to be in college. We didn't really have that like the online class thing was completely foreign now. They all do it. And they're at the age where you can watch the lecture online. You can do the group Projects Online. You can do all that stuff but just the social aspect of it. I mean you've waited. I'm trying to think when people when you get to each kid and I mean like teenager to move out of the House because yeah you want your freedom right out on your own pat. Yeah fifteen sixteen seventeen and I'm sure once you hit eighteen. I mean I remember I was. I was ready to go and I needed some more nurturing. It was clear on needed some more life lessons on that. Got Out there once. Same here the kid left the nest. But I can't imagine finally getting that freedom being four or five six hours away from mom and dad living your own life making your mistakes doing everything and then you're comes a global pandemic in your back in your childhood room that would be. That'd be tough. Andy still have to go to class. You have the academic part of it with none of the funds social stuff or living on your own or any of that would be l. Yeah you're playing catch up I in the in the heart of Mankato used to pay my rent by throwing keg parties. Yeah we we did that. A little bit of duplex I lived in across from the courthouse down. Aman Katie and you can't social distance social distance in an old school cater. No so the idea and and no social media. So we're still we're left in the lurch in terms of information and just I mean clearly. I did not leave that city with a degree. Yeah no I've been to five universities and have no degree. We talked about that frequently. I'm still working on it now. We're getting some neighborhoods are doing like they'll do like a distance brunch almost where they'll leave like Moses or bloody Marys like premade in a pitcher and then they'll send out the group text like it's at the coldest you know. Bring Your Own Cup people? Come in and take you know. Grab it up the cup and go back and do whatever. But it's a way to connect through alcohol. I did yeah and it seems like the easiest route last Friday. I did a beer. Chugging contest via now noticed one of my body. I happened to notice that. Was there any winners? I know who didn't win. Was your beautiful daughters correct. That's morning I know they on you start early and early and your bright and bushy tailed in the more. I suppose if you say so if anybody can do it it would be. You know. It's IT'S. It's not one of those talents that she ever put on a resume. There's no doubt about that now. It's May twentieth. So you're not a fortune teller but just Kinda vibe of how things have gone. It's unique situation where you know. Some universities heard about the the cal state system and other things. Yeah trying to make and that's a difficult decision. These guys gotTa make big spot decisions. Probably from now within the next thirty to forty five days that affect tens of thousands of kids in August September and beyond you know with the University of Minnesota you know and how they have to handle you think. Kids are on campus in the fall. It's kind of a coin. Flip right now. I would say yeah. I couldn't even guess I know that like June seventh. For example all the big ten college presidents are meeting to taff is a June tenth. Is that what you I thought it was so yeah June June tenth whatever. It is first week of June first ten days of June. I know they're meeting and they hope to have a little bit more resolution and they hope to have at least some answers and and if not answers maybe even another deadline for when they have to make that call but I just saw breaking today. That Ohio State has set a June eighth target to bring their football players back together as for voluntary workouts. I don't know if the US going to do that. Or not. I know they're operating as of last week that they will have kids on campus in the fall but that is very optimistic. They're they're operating that way with at least two different contingency plans so I don't know I mean the thing I think if you've learned anything through how many months we've been going through this now. Things change not on a day by day basis like they did back in February march maybe even April but they the targets moving the goal move so not to use a to use that pun. So I I don't know I I changed. I think there will be football. This fall on the college level about a month ago. I didn't think they were going to. I thought they would push it back to the spring but enough bigwigs have changed their rhetoric on it in the last couple of weeks that leads me to believe. They're fine with student athletes being on campus. Even if the general public student body isn't and they may have to go to conference only schedules or whatever but they don't want to move it to January February march. They WANNA play in the fall and they know that fans won't be there obviously but that's the way it's going to be a lot of sports teams in the next couple of months. Yeah that was the one thing I was. I was reading through in a again. I feel like they're always asked to be a disclaimer on everything now but yes you know. The health end of things comes first but I was. I was bored and I even told you this. I was looking through the financial disclosure of of of Gopher athletics and I was shocked. And maybe I shouldn't be shocked but the athletic program as a whole was to the good. Let's say like five bucks. A million felt like five bucks and so they were in the black. That's all that's all athletic programs. Football was a thirty million dollar profit right. Which would tell you. Okay as a whole plus one football plus thirty. What does that mean for the rest of Sport and so like Kevin Warren? We have them on you. You hear him. I'm sure year about powers year about Luna Mbare every couple of nine to noon. But he's in a spot right now where he I think it's convenient versus pro sports where you have each commissioner of each respective league in some ways able to make their own decisions. Yeah but the the tough balance between doing what is palatable for the public and doing what is good for each of university where the money truly does really matte why nobody's really in charge of the NC Double A. In TERMS OF FOOTBALL THEY. There's no one person that's GONNA say like Roger Goodell's going to say here's what we're doing. Yeah or Rob. Manfred is going to say. Here's what we're doing. Ncwa all the all. The conferences have their own commissioner. They're all over the country in different states with different guidelines right now with different stretches of the pandemic so there's a ton of moving parts in college part of it one thing. I do think they've gotten over is the negative perception and they will take there will be people were if and when they say well. It's interesting that it's not safe for fans to come and it's not safe for students to be on campus but you're still putting these unpaid laborers out on the field. Turns going to be ambitious to make your money. But I think they're past it truthfully. I think they're past that PR thing. I think they're saying they're recognizing what you what you or they're recognizing that what you noticed. Football pays for everything. Yeah at every school and it's not like and the reason why a lot of these schools are in tough spots in education in general. It's like there's no like putting away ten percent for a rainy day at a lot of these places because up until now you could always count on the money being there. The money was going to be there and the money. Frankly in these big conferences was going to go up the TV deals and everything so very few places said you know. Why don't we you know? Save ten fifteen percent every year off of our thirty million dollar profit and let's In just in case we have global pandemic. I'm guessing they're going to do it now. But so the money comes in and they spend it. I mean I would say I don't know what the percentage is. I haven't deep dived deep dove on a lot of them. But I would say if you just WANNA use round numbers if some if an athletic department brings in one hundred million dollars. They're probably spending ninety eight or ninety nine million because it's not going to support the other twenty twenty five sports besides football. Which does I mean if you have a good football program it's bringing in money. Odds are you have very strong across the board because you get to support them with that money. That's the whole point of it but So I'm I'm guessing though a lot of people And the extra probably just goes right back into football or goes into another thing or whatever. South nine uniform changes gophers hundred percent year. So there's not like a margin where these schools have been saving money over the years it's been coming in and they've been spending it and they've been using on facilities and they've been using it on travel and they've been using in on the day to day operations stuff so but I think my opinion is. They've gotten over. What will be the negative reaction by some not by all? There's a lot of people that are going to. It makes sense. You know the the kids don't have to play if they wanted to take the year off and go do something else or whatever you'll give them that option but I think they've gotten over the what will be the backlash by some that will say. I can't believe you're putting these unpaid student athletes out there when you're not telling when you're telling the general student population. We don't think it's great for you to be on campus. Well isn't a key. The key to all of that too before moving on is that that voice will exist. But it'll be heavily outweighed by those that say we got college football. Yeah we're.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"This Predator team. This predators team plays on ice but they swim in the ocean. They don't attack as many servers as you'd think despite that popular nosy San Jose Sharks leaving. I'm not even exaggerated got a spine. He is gone out of in any way to catch a Predator for four. If you get too close to them you might hear a rattle. That ain't no baby. It's a desert predator. You WON'T WANNA battle Arizona. Diamondbacks was going to be hard. Nobody thinks diamondback. Okay Yeah it's too easy saucers right all right worth thirty eight point twelve. Yeah and he is Thirteen We're GONNA mathematically run this out. So yeah he probably should have just left. There's a realistic reason to be back. Let's go run. Prp for three. Why not a first round? Buckeye and ninety three played this whole careers a viking before retiring at age. Twenty eight Robert Smith for sweet. Forty one points record by the way congratulate. His real name is Walter but fans knew him as a different name before being taken twelfth overall in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. But I'M GONNA go with nineteen making seventy three as chuck foreman. That's right first. Name's Walter Yeah no that yeah. I don't think I did all right premature. Aarp for three sauce. You're only down by thirty. Two points. Has What forty five points? Forty five all right. This former Arizona. Wildcat is dated sports illustrated SWIMSUIT MODEL. Camille Kostic for the past five years. Rob Gronkowski forty eight SCO with four. Hang fifty on this. Is the last question right. Yes drafted Ninth Bill. Overall and twenty twelve. This fierce defender retired in January of two thousand twenty at the age of twenty eight. Despite appearing in seven pro bowls all pros and a super bowl appearance. That's Luke equally. Wow give what fifty two points stump any of you did. I didn't stumped Corey. Let's hear these. Hail Mary questions and Congratulate Corey for his back You're technically in second Paul. Hail Mary all right. It's the Hail Mary and you're beating me right. He wants at a statue made out of him. That went viral for being so ugly. Eric Eric. Cristiano Rinaldo. Wow long nice dead last next one clue number one. He's made one hundred thirty million dollars in his sport number two. He's worth almost three times. That number three thirty eight years old all all David Beckham Eric Eric. Dale EARNHARDT Jr. Route. I think it's I think it's going to be a tennis player. But I want him to finish the clues right kind of feel like. Somebody's clue four from Switzerland. Roger Federer tennis going all right Final Hail Mary. I Don here Hail Mary who number one. He's forty four years old watching Kobe against the raptors again. This is just imagining tied for first. All Time with wins at eighty two. Gory Corey Tiger Woods. That's right. Wow and that good of stump. The Snow Sports is so easy. Somebody get him a towel and some sort of hydration substance because he must be exhausted Sixty seven points. Cory cove thanks to meet sauce for coming back in briefly and participating But you blew us away and I can't wait to see what you have via the power trip morning shows addition to the RUE party. Next week Sir Next Friday night virtual rude party seven. Pm Can't wait can't wait Sauce quit took his balls zoo and went home. And that completes this Wednesday edition of Stump. This SNOB still ahead nine to noon northern for PA Ryan Donaldson produces. We will have Justin Guard in studio around eleven fifteen we will have the burke bid about twenty five thirty ish minutes from now but when we come back the last dance drama and Lebron thinkable. I kind of feel bad for him. That's all the fan..

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Us now to begin a motivation. Monday former Minnesota Vikings jeep operating officer and the Commissioner of the Big Dan Mr Kevin Warren joins US Kevin. Paul Allen. How are you good morning to you? Happy Monday to everyone and hope you had a great weekend Happy Monday to you too sir. On Your family and our beloved Luna Luna Bear we welcome you to love strain on this Monday motivation. Monday and last dance. The Michael Jordan Documentary Sir came to a conclusion last evening My know you are and were a big band. What you think of the series and what you think a last night and good morning It was outstanding. I mean Grad nine the family. We watched All five theories of you know also some from the beginning all the way to last night and To see the ten episodes with was great and it was a really really enjoyed it because so many times You know just. The general public doesn't get an opportunity to look behind the curtain. You know to realize the complexities associated with professional athletics and Professional Sports and especially those once in a lifetime generation people like Michael Jordan who really trained descended just race. You know basketball You know Politics and Just made the world a small smaller take place so to really understand. I think the thing that I took away from it and I got a chance to be around Situations like like he was going through when Brett. Farve is with us for a couple years and then during the great years we had in Saint Louis with the greatest show on turf around Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk and you know I bruce and some of the great players Tori hosted we had is that you know greatness lonely and And I even read an article earlier this morning would be. Jay Armstrong said that you know Michael couldn't be you know he was one of the guys because he couldn't hang out like one of the guys so he was pretty much when they go on the road he was in his room. And I think that's why you see some of the clips in there where he had a piano in the room and and And I got a chance to see that. So the greatness is loneliness think it was a great lesson for me to realize that to get to that level? What whatever you know. The top is your profession. No matter what you're doing whether you're broadcaster doctor lawyer an athlete a coach and entertainer and executives or even a parent Greatness is lonely and it takes a lot of hard work and dedication and Michael Jordan deserves all the goodness in life that he's been able to enjoy because he he worked and worked and worked and then that's when he started to work and he never took a day off so I really enjoyed it so Kevin on the greatness peace with them J. He was ruthless and that played into his greatness. So like doing what you do and what you have done. I mean as big ten commissioner all the way back to when you played college basketball at Pan or Grand Canyon University at discuss the importance of balancing the ruthless intent nature of running things the way you want them run yet. Praising and empowering those when deserving. That's that's a great question. It's a balanced that that. I you know have to literally stay struggle with but I have to address every single day. Three a lot about it You know life is not easy and I just think you know one of the things that were recognized. This complicated live in complicated world. You see what we're going through and ten damage. But but I'm I'M GONNA I'm a big believer and I say to my my children who are deeply love. that You know if you if you want to really reach your god-given capabilities and ability. You're not going to be you know one of the one of the members of a group. I mean you're going to have to spend many hours alone in solitude working early working late you don't have to make some sacrifices and even Posted last dance. Last night I watched out van pelt who by the way congrats on the University of Maryland. I love this show. But he interviewed I it's Rossi and he asked her Would you do it again? She said absolutely you know. She talked about missing her prom. She even gave a story that she missed a free. Throw WanNa Jordan's camps in high school and if you've made the free throw. He gave you a pair Air Jordan key. She said she thought that he was gonna give her the shoes and he didn't and she came back a year later after playing the University Connecticut and he was still razzing her about it and so some people may take that as ruthless. I take it just kinda reality and And and really I'm a big believer. You know the they I. It's a it's a struggle. It's a daily Journal. I mean journey. It's not for everyone and I just looked back over my life. There's so many things that I missed out on I. There are things that I did. I refuse to miss in my family. Never missed any of my children's sporting events Whether it was in town or out of town I've always been there for those key points at school but they were. I've missed me of You know for weddings miss. You know birthday parties Now for my kids and I forgot I never missed those but for for people who were close to me and But it was a sacrifice it was a sacrifice here working at the. Vikings sacrificed building that stadium. But if you really WanNa do something that lasts forever and transient time. You're going to need to be different. You're going to need to be a loner. You're going to need to be accustomed to making really hard decisions. You can still make hard decisions in a loving manner but You know striving for greatness is uncomfortable at times but but you have to make a decision early on if you WanNa just live or do you want to leave a legacy and so I just really when I see people like Michael Jordan an atrocity or other people who've crossed my past I really admired the sacrifices that they've made because it takes a sacrifice to be great Kevin. You mentioned the vikings the the wealth's Mark Ziggy Leonard. The entire will family you. You aided them in two thousand five from step one in purchasing the Minnesota Vikings and it was your first year here now that they for many many reasons have become the greatest owners in the history of the of this team but that first year for you guys five that was trying. I mean from you know you got the Reggie Fowler piece in January and so on it's official in May Antero Smith a whole thing. What what did you learn from that first year? You Know I. I learned that There are some people who are phenomenal pilots on clear sunny days there. I learned that. There's some people who are phenomenal. Captains of ships on calm waters But I also learned that there are some people and sometimes surprisingly because they've never been put to the test who are really spectacular and tough individuals who have grits and. That's what I learned. Is that it you know it. It was a complicated year. I mean even back to the boat incident and then I remember some of the vivid meetings with with the will family and then going down and meeting with share officer downtown. And that's where during those times in Your Life. You know when you have complicated issues and in front of you that they either GonNa pull. Your partners are make you stronger and and you know. We became very close with the family when we were working on the acquisition of the Vikings but it was during that first year. Then our relationship was solidified. Because like you said we had to work through a lot of different issues on being new into the community. You know even talking about the stadium issues at that point in time You know the boat incident trying to build an organization and that's when I You know became very closely with them. We work through some issues and I would say we moved from. You Know Business Associates To family and so I was although that was a very tough year many times greater night. Sit Now we can chuckle over it. But during that time period you know you can imagine moving from Arizona here with two young kids the first third grader. To a new city. We moved here. We only knew one person had a second cousin who lived here. And so that's why I'm so proud getting emotional talking about the twin cities much. I love the people here. That's why this will always be home because this city took A couple of Gretna. I two black people moving here into an environment with two little kids not knowing anyone and tend to look. You know what we've been able to accomplish together with so many people that we love here sixteen years later and I really captured our hearts get emotional talking about the twin cities. And how much is people need to me and So yeah it was interesting and but we loved every moment of it. We had to build from ground up You know had a new job in the organization and then But but so many times I still talk to mark Lenzi You Know Wilson. We chuckle about those times and and And if you know anytime you have to go through that and show that you'd have some grit You really recognize the importance of relationships and being around people. I'm GONNA take a little pause here and when we return I wanted to discuss something fascinating needed and Enterprising you're doing with the big ten involving mental health and some some some other talker. Some call you right back. Okay Take Your Time Appreciate You Kevin Warren of former chief operating officer for the Minnesota. Vikings is the big ten commissioner sharing weekly wonderful and non obvious. Accuse me every other week Sharing wonderful and non obvious spot to kick off a motivation. Monday nine to noon where the set list today. What's on deck nine to noon? Courtesy of timber tech and timber DOT COM Rousseau radio about nine forty on some NHL related plans to jump start of the the finality of the nineteen twenty season and Also coming up later nine to noon. Lavelli Neil the third covers baseball. A major league baseball attempting to make some plays to get get players back on the field when we return a more with big ten. Commissioner Kevin Warren. I'm Paul Allen from the Brian Heating and cooling studios with producer. Eric Norquist. This is nine.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Jan Greenway Paul Allen. Paul charging good morning. How are you that you bad ballot? Nobody doing today is a personal question out of the gate. You call with that. You're you're you're white Jenny. Is She pregnant? She is not no way. Why are you charging shared on the air? The she was pregnant. I always that was Odyssey. Sims with the Minnesota Lynx. Right yeah we see. He did start her own fitness page. J. Greenway fifty two okay. She's been doing that on the on during the purge here well we. We just had the loquacious and opinionated Minnesota. Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve on the radio show and There was a story. I guess within the last couple of weeks of one of our players in fact Pivotal player Miss Odyssey. Sims was pregnant. So Paul brought it up to share all about protocol with like pregnancy and in season. And out when you come back that went how long can you play and then Miss Rave hit him with a? She's no longer pregnant inch. Oh Man I had no idea where that was going because obviously it could have gone a super negative way if you know what I mean by deter it turns out. The child is now like one month old so all. I've just what I'm doing with my closest people today. Paul's told me like nineteen people are pregnant. Hi I'm checking in with them just to know if I need to send a card with a five dollar bill in it right now. Do we wait. What do we do pollen carrying you? Lactate started in a card. Yeah there you go. The shutdown was altered Wednesday. Some some new things on on Monday. How how does that change things for you and potentially for the every Friday sponsor grey duck spirits? It will not change it dramatically. I mean obviously I I think that especially with the restaurant stuff kind of being still tightened up till June. It sounds like and that won't change. I think that'd be the real real change for us as when people can start down again and we can start hopefully going into Sunday's on premise accounts and sitting down to bars restaurants. And and Helping them get people back in the door. And that's what we're looking forward to is just trying to be a part of Health and some of these restaurants and places survive. I mean that's really the biggest thing right as they've been going on for so long it's about. How can we help these folks get people in the door and get involved and we're certainly going to be doing a lot of that? There's a lot of Rookie signings that are happening right now. Over the course of your career at the beginning of your career. There wasn't the rookie slotting deals that there are now in guy signed two weeks after the draft routinely In the early days of when you were when you were playing it was it was stuff that dragged on into August and September. What do you think about the slotting system? Now do you think ultimately that's better for players because they get an earlier or did you like more of what we had before. Which was you know just battles all the way through into training camp and I can remember sitting in Mankato Before my first training because my contract was not done yet my rookie date. They never met. Gator like at a coffee shop waiting for my the call from my agent to say okay. You can report now and I. I got it done day off and I walked in the door and everybody was fine. But you know the pressure you feel and and I think as a rookie when you walk in. You don't WanNa automatically have that before you even walk in the door and training camp to have that. Mo of all this guy all about the cash but the same time you know on the back of my career. Now you realize that dude. That's that's really why you do your job and your job is here to make money. Of course you love the game and all that but this contact everything I mean. That's that's why you do it and I love the game and all those things but the end of the day you need to get a deal is right for you. So the slotting taking a lot of that away and a lot of negotiating power but I do think in some cases. It's better now just for the rookie to get in. Know what they're going to get move on and it also better light on on the veterans and those guys are coming in and it's not about those rookies making this ridiculous amount of money like like what I mean the Sam Bradford of the world that you know make so much right out the gate. It caused a lot of uneasiness in the locker room. That's for sure. What do you think do you remember? And maybe you don't A player who you think really materially hurt his whole career because he held out so long and turned it into such a negative that maybe behind the eight ball and didn't have the right rookie season didn't have the right training camp stuff like that. Do you think ultimately really did hurt that that player. That's a great. That's a great point. I haven't put thought nothing on the top of my head comes to mind but you know out there. I mean if you spent five minutes looking research and you could find a few of them. I'm sure But yeah I mean that's that's a big thing when you have them Italian the twenty two year old twenty three it'll take them into the NFL about you willing to out to start your career. It just starts things off and you better be able to come into play that you can't and you held out. Those guys will not let you hear the end of that ever. Yeah that's that's the problem the NFL locker will never forget or forgive Unless you unless you show up and play if you can play that's up gets forgiven but if you can't man you will not forget about or he era. Stop hearing about it. Well from a contractual standpoint and certainly not asking you to speak for Dolphin Cook but just dream. Your consciousness here Chad where you know with everything. That's transpiring virtually the fact that the Vikings do have a pretty significant veteran offensive presence without a veteran offensive presence with all these virtual meetings and everything and say you know maybe best case scenario they get back to twincities orthopedics performance center in July and they start pushing forward to September thirteenth. Dalvin Cook is taking part in everything. Virtual now went when they get on the field and whatever strength and conditioning organized team activities and training camp. They have does it. Behoove Dalvin To have a to push for an extended deal as opposed to heading into the final year of his deal. I think you have to you know from agent perspective. You look at okay. What's the realistic approach? This team can give to me right when what wiggle room. The team really have and so I think it's more of a dialogue and I think it's more of a back and forth know how to see you know the Vikings are GonNa be looking. We can't do anything because look at the position we're in right but at the always having the open openness to say let's have a conversation and make sure we're on the same page from David's perspective and like as a player like for me it was always about going and prove it because I could prove it. I can play it. I'm the player that I know I am. I'm going to go in there and prove it show him and get the money. And and that's that's just my approach and that was always my approach. So when I got franchise it was not like throw a pity party because they franchised. I can't get a long term deal. It was like okay. Look at how much money I'm GONNA be able to make in one year. Yeah now if I go prove it that deals because they can just get bigger and of course. There's always a risk with with injury but there's there's a risk when you walk anywhere there is when you play football at every level and every turn it every play so. I I think. Tickets limit overlooked Or a little bit overrated You know for me it was about. Just let's go play a proven. Continue to prove who I am. How valuable items the team and that deal that? I think I can sign now. He's going to get that much bigger in six months. You know I think the whole the whole injury. Conversations changed a lot Chad in the last ten twenty years twenty years ago. You got an ACL. And it was pretty much game over. I remember Terry. Allen was a was a freak because he came back off a C. L. and In now Dan Cook. It's and seal and we expect him to be just as awesome as he was before the next season. I just think that the role of injury in sort of sculpting a player's career path is really different now because they just you know medical just medical science has gotten to a point where most injuries don't art like total career derailing look like what sugars done Eric. Sugar the head of the to be. This guy is a legend already for what he's done. You look at Adrian. Peterson recovery. Look at my recovery. Look at all these guys have come back or major injuries and came back and had careers long careers and it goes back to that training staff and I think as an organization. You Trust your staff that what you put in place you trustee experience And you know with a guy like dolphin like listen. We've seen it before so when Robinson and he's talking about contract with delve he knows that. Adrian's done this. He knows that I've done this. And he and he's invested in those players and it's worked out for them so that you know has that in his corner having a Shogun history there so you know for him to come back and be healthy and play He did was impressive. And now it'd be that much stronger this next year coming in and I expect hugues things from him and I expect that contract. He sees right now to be bigger in six months after that season or eight months after the season next year I really do. I think he's GonNa be dynamic He's going to be a perfect numbers and I think you're gonNA find himself here for a really. Long Time Chad. Greenway courtesy of Grey Dot Vodka. Call you back in a minute. Okay you bet two segments each and every feast with number five to it's PA charge and mad producer with that cash thing. Hell Yeah every hour new keyword new chance at winning two thousand dollars. Pay Some bills with it. Put it in a mattress. Save it for a rainy day. Just do this to try and win it. Text the word board to two hundred two hundred. That is the board of the B. O. R. E. D. Variety Texts Board to two hundred two hundred thousand dollars national cash contest. Text Board to two hundred two hundred text message and data rates apply more to defend.

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"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"paul allen" Discussed on Paul Allen

"There we are eight yesterday with everything wasn't day And this is personally speaking not speaking for the masses and not disrespecting what is in Hansel and Gretel fashion heading the right way within within my covenant There was no big celebration in my spot. Man I can't I can't speak for you The it was not a celebration. Yeah yeah the world took a step we took a stab stabber curious to see how people act in the coming months like the way the mind is worked during the pandemic purge out what transpired yesterday That that's great for many involved but it wasn't It wasn't a high five moment within the Allen Covenant. Simply because we don't know if we're able to delight high five with vetting out where everybody's been the last nine days now. I you know I am so happy for any individual that gets to find some semblance of normalcy when you talk from a work perspective call and agenda. It's all sorts of things talking about colon when she went to the gas station. I'd and high fiber because she washed her window and I didn't know if she properly washed off the handle of the Now that's high five and the hour but obviously the the health crisis persists that did not change overnight and the issue economically in. This state did not change overnight. That continues to persist. And be a massive problem breadcrumbs but breadcrumbs on a Wednesday into Thursday. And we will eat as we've shown during the perch anything that we can get our hands. I'll last and nine to noon is not spot. Where no matter? The positively related to the breadcrumbs Hansel and Gretel radio and potentially where things are going with the the new norm. It's like the new arm. Is the new catchphrase. Where when the pandemic purge shutdown central park began with the NFL and Free Agency? The the operative word and the popular word was optics. Optics optics optics. Now it's new norm. So the new norm is underway and nine to noon is not a spot where we are going to rain on. Proverbial parades however There still is. There still is a massive nine to noon elephant in the room that needs to be addressed in will be addressed in very controversial fashion at some point today. And you know what? That's part of the timber tech set list. What's on deck nine to noon? Includes not Joe Labor with some football and does Hansel and GRETEL radio? Conversation that'LL TRANSPIRE. Forty five minutes from now some Cathartic calls. I mean later in the radio show on the development yesterday. Came Twenty four less than twenty four hours from it where you wear. Your mind is right now. That's coming up later. Thanks to timber and Timber Tech Dot Com allowance at producer. Nine Fifteen Ryan heating in Choline Studios Cash Bang absolutely before we hear from our friends at Triple A. Every hour new keyword a new chance to win a thousand dollars. How good would winning in thousand dollars? Be just for listening to the fan and nine to noon. This hour's keyword is thanks tex tags two two hundred two hundred tech stacks to two hundred two hundred opportunity. Pay Some bills put in your pocket. Tech's thanks to two hundred two hundred text message and data rates do apply and now with the Hansel and Gretel. Radio unfurling and some positivity from a breadcrumbs standpoint. Maybe you're like honey. You know what Things of ood child. Things are getting brighter. I hate my house. It's time to move. So you have been pondering a move. And then now you're going to like move on the move and you need a mover to move on the move for blame. Movers been doing responsibly. A safely cleanly and in second or non fashion for six decades triple A. Movers has ruled the roost. And the state of Minnesota when it comes to moves being done by a well respected outfit that continues to move people from aid to be safely cleanly and efficiently now If life has you backed up a little bit AAA movers can can assist you with Paquin. How about decluttering for the sale of the spot? You've outgrown maybe hauling away junk if that's needed and Providing short and or long term storage best thing to do is go to triple A. Movers DOT COM to learn more a movers dot com by the way. Get ten percent off that move by mentioning K. F. A. N. When you sign out at a movers dot COM AAA play.

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The Father of Personal Computers

Command Line Heroes

05:40 min | 1 year ago

The Father of Personal Computers

"This bonus episode we wanted to take a closer look at the man who is sometimes referred to as the father of personal computing Ed Roberts the founder of mitts and creator of the altar. Here's forrest mims. The third who co-founded admits at Ed's kitchen table in Albuquerque New Mexico back in nineteen sixty nine. It was one of the hardest working guys. I know we go to a meeting at Ed's house and we had to wait and wait and wait. Why is that. Because he's taking a nap 'cause he hasn't slept in two days so I think we got to snap. Then we have our meetings. We'd sit in his garage building stuff that we're trying to sell. This is before the computer days selling. You know the building a model rocket stuff and all that Watching Mash on television and Star Trek. Just having a good old time doing that a few years later Roberts came up with the idea to build a mail order. Computer Kit for hobbyists marketed. Through Popular Electronics magazine that microcomputer was to be called the al-Tair Eighty eight hundred and the advertisement caught the attention of a young Paul Allen and Bill Gates who soon pitch there basic software to ED? Ed invited Paul Allen to New Mexico to try out. Paul Allen gets to Albuquerque and ED meets him at the airport. He's looking for somebody wearing a suit and tie and all that but ed was air wearing blue jeans and just like we all did. Anyway they get together and ED drives a motel and Paul doesn't have enough money to pay the bill so it gives. It didn't have any money so he gave his credit card and Paul's embarrassed about that or they went to see out there. I hadn't loaded the bootstrap loader yet and they typed in two plus two in the computer said four and they were just ecstatic that it worked that shield that basic worked. He hired Paul Allen on the spot to be his vice president for software development and But Gates went back to Harvard. His Dad wanted him to become an attorney. But Paul Allen Convinced Gates to come back that the summer of seventy five and work on the work with basic the al-Tair along with Allen and gates basic interpreter a smash but the relationship between Roberts in the young duo soured when they wanted to break out on their own got severe arguments at work when gates an Allen went on their own with Microsoft That's what really upset. Add much more so than anything else and because they wanted to sell basic to other companies in other words. Competitors of Ed's like processor technology and Radio Shack was secretly developing the trs. Eighty and so on. So there was a battle over that well it had to go to arbitration because they're Bill Gates had written a contract with Ed while he was still working at a mets in his contract said that midst to use its best efforts to to promote basic and the arbitrary arbiter decided. Well it wasn't using his best efforts to promote basic and that gave all rights back to Microsoft the contract they had with. It wasn't really fair because Ed never read the contract. He told them. I trust you guys and signed it. Once that trust was broken Roberts was turned off by the whole industry at this point Z. Ed Roberts is A. He's an innovative guy but he doesn't like dealing with office problems and office people complaining about each other. You know the standard thing that happens in big offices he was flooded with that for example. Mci was selling computer. That looked just like the Altair. It was almost a carbon copy. He didn't like that kind of competition. He felt it was unfair. All of that was getting him down and he finally decided to sell the company. He sold it to per tech a manufacturer of hard drives. So what did Roberts do next retire? Become a full time. Hobbyist Roberts was only thirty six years old and still had a lot of Gusto in them but he was also a little homesick for the simpler life. He grew up with so he finally decided. I've had it. I'M GONNA go back to Georgia. I'm going to buy a farm. I've already made my million dollars. I've already got my airplane now. I've learned to be a pilot and I'm going to become a medical doctor. The medical doctor thing always bothered me. I thought to myself is not GONNA do that. Well I did do that. He went to medical school. He became a small town doctor. Who really cared for people? Decades later in two thousand six Dr Roberts received an invitation to go back to Albuquerque New Mexico. Museum of Natural History and science was opening a new startup exhibit on the personal computer revolution and its roots in the region. The exhibit was largely funded by Paul Allen. Ed was invited to the grand opening. Didn't WanNa go and he kept saying I don't want anything to do with it. You know nobody knows him. I don't WanNa go. I kept telling him F. You've gotta you've gotta go. He decided to go. And so we were there at the dedication of a plaque in front of the old midst building and dedicated that and that was a big deal in Paula's air and all that when Paul is getting ready to leave that exhibit his he walks over and Paul comes to tell us goodbye. Goodbye wishing well and he said if there's anything I can do to help you let me know meant helping him in his medical practice. And so I'll I'll I'll let you know he says after all. You still owe me for that hotel bill that I had to pay for you and your ride admits back in the early days and they just laughed and all that Ed was getting past all of that that rivalry

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Personal Computers: the Dawn of a Revolution

Command Line Heroes

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Personal Computers: the Dawn of a Revolution

"It's a cold and frosty December afternoon. In nineteen seventy four. Two young men are walking across Harvard Square. They're probably having a conversation about their favorite subject. Computers as the men pass a newsstand. They see the blue lettering of popular electronics peeking. Out from the other magazines they stop and check it out on. The cover is a photo of a metal box with a dozen switches in small lights on the front. The headline reads world's first mini computer. Kid All tear eight hundred. The box doesn't look like much barebones really meant for hobbyists and tinkerers but it looked like something more to these two guys. It looked like the machine. They'd been waiting for because they have the perfect software for this new hardware at the same time. They were a little freaked out would if others had the same idea they did. And we're working on it already. The had to move fast. The names of those two command line. Heroes Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Little did they know the altar eighty eight hundred would be the gateway machine to a personal computer revolution. It would change their lives and ours forever. New Machine would do one other thing. It would kick start the debate between free and proprietary software with the help of a mysterious stay tuned in episode one of our season on hardware. We learned about many computers like the Eagle at an episode two. We heard about the ged to twenty five mainframe but both those machines were still limited by their size cost and processing power. This episode is about everything. Shrunk down to the micro computer and it all starts with the diy kits that were mailed to hobbyists like the one that grace that fateful cover of. Popular Electronics. Those simple kits inspired the revolutionary idea. That computers could sit inside your own home. That computers were yours to own an experimental. It was the birth of a new mass market piece of hardware. The personal computer.

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Apple nixed Xnor.ai's involvement in Pentagon's Project Maven following acquisition

Techmeme Ride Home

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Apple nixed Xnor.ai's involvement in Pentagon's Project Maven following acquisition

"Remember Apple's purchase of X. nor dot ai the A.. I. Photo and other things start up that we told you about recently well sources are telling the information that as a part of taking over x nor apple has terminated that startups involvement in the Pentagon project Maven the same project even that sparked sparked protests at Google when Google was involved with it quote until apple acquired it ex nor dot a I was a little known Seattle startup that had spun out of the Allen Institute for artificial intelligence. It's a research lab formed by Microsoft Co founder Paul Allen who died in two thousand eighteen extra data. I made machine learning algorithms. That could run on low power devices instead of relying on and connectivity to the cloud that technology could be especially useful on devices like drones which sometimes operate with unreliable intermediate network connections according to the person familiar with the matter exner dot. Ai Worked on project moving in conjunction with another startup clarify which has publicly spoken about. Its work on. The Pentagon effort clarify executives didn't respond to requests for comment but ex nor is technology could also be used inside consumer electronics devices for applications like image recognition. Listen it software could fit in with Abbas broader effort to run a algorithms locally on devices rather than in the cloud a practice that raises privacy concerns and quote

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Inside Bill Gates' Brain with Davis Guggenheim

The Vergecast

09:47 min | 2 years ago

Inside Bill Gates' Brain with Davis Guggenheim

"Bills Brain three part documentary. Nfl I just watched it this week. Tell me how this project got started because you have you got a lot of access to gates and it's obviously Dan netflix unusual structure. You know three one hour episodes. Don't tell me how it came together so I was making the film waiting for Superman and we were almost it's done but it felt like he was missing. Voice and waiting for Superman was about public education's like how does this sort of failure of our public schools effect business and you know what better the thing to talk about. Someone who's in Silicon Valley or at least the business of Silicon Valley. He's obviously in Seattle but what does that do to growing the best business in in in America. How do you find talented educated. People had at his failure of our schools of some of our schools. I should say many are do really well but how does that effect are growing economy in in in the tech business. So I went up an interview bill. He was so great and so surprising that that I was like wait a minute this this person the needs to be reconsidered a because to give us the backstory. I was a I got a Macintosh nineteen eighty-four. It was the first person in my dorm Brown to get one. I think it was like ten had arrived at Brown in everyone of my floor huddled around this magical computer so I was a Mac. I was an apple guy and I always thought Steve Jobs is cool and Microsoft was just like for the business people and so I sort of held Bill Gates in my mind at arm's length that was like he just business guy. Maybe he's a monopolist. Maybe he's not but but you know I like. I like Mac and so what I finally met him. I was like wow. There's something he's doing right now. That needs to be understood. He is he's really changed his public image and I don't WanNa get into into that part of it because the weight inside bills brain is structured literally inside of every episode. It's almost like a thriller of the project that the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is doing doing whether that's toilets or nuclear energy or vaccinations then there's like the history which is what most people kind of assume you're going to get right. We're GONNA GONNA tell the story Bill Gates from start to now but there's this like thriller component of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation happening inside of it. How did you decide to like like musicnet structure. Go started filming and I actually got lost. I don't know how to make this because a lot of the work. They're doing a super complex. In also initially dramatically. It's not just add water in the story tells itself right and so I was experimenting with this kind of way of cutting back and forth between his biography in the work that he's doing and the first time it worked was when I in its in episode two I think is when he's trying to figure out why cases of polio keep popping up all over Nigeria in Afghanistan Pakistan and why past efforts was it failed and how he used sort of his brain had he delvin to sort of like crack that because people been trying for years they thought they were getting close and then it doesn't work it. Would I thought I'd do is show bill in the early days in highschool cracking the class schedule. It's sort of a famous story where his private private school asbill a sophomore. I think ask him when he's a software and then he does it in his junior senior year but they say you're. You're good at this computer thing. You know there's a famous terminal school only one terminal any school in State of Washington say. Hey you're good at this coatings and can you code the class schedule at lakeside aside and so he and Paul Allen Staple night figure out how you know because his lakeside had merged with girls school so they had all these different classrooms different for campuses and Bill Paul us sort of their brains and they're sort of algorithms to cracks in the same way he cracks the algorithm or tries to crack the algorithm for a radical polio he did things like digital mapping in predictive analysis on where cases of polio would show up so the story telling the whole story retelling for all three episodes follows that one example where we cut back and forth between something some way in which his brain worked or or something revealed in his character actor is historical story with what he's doing now to reveal how his brain works and how you know how he solves problems so you obviously got all this access testable to Melinda. You got a bunch of archival footage. I guess you would call it of them. When they were young when they were dating there's Video Ville hugging kids when they're babies as which broke me like you don't ever see that side of him. How did you go about getting access to build. The product was kind of the condition that I make for any movie. When I flew complained to commit to page talk him into doing it might get loud. It was like if we're if we're GONNA do this. You got to open up to me. I won't ask any questions to ask. I will put everything on the table because that's you know that's what if you're going to do a movie forgot to go make make that effort you open yourself up and the same thing. I did with bill and I have to save all the people I've ever made a movie about. He was the most open in the least concerned about Oh. Don't go there. Don't get this right. I mean I went. I went right into you. You know the depositions for the case. You know there's pretty harsh stuff in there about how the world sees him and I put all if even if you go and watch the trailer of the trailer in the opening of the move of the series is is this guy a good guy bad guy you know one. One voice calls him the devil I really wanted to say I want to put it all table. Say who you know. Let's let's put everything on the table and let's let's consider this man. Today did bill get any edit control. Do they get to say they didn't want anything in there. Now what I do is for every movie all when I get a cut that I like I'll go show it to people so I showed to Jimmy page edge or anyone else or Bano or Malala just because I wanna make sure that I didn't miss something or it didn't miss categorize something and often in every case you sort of. They say oh well. You know what there's another another piece that story that entail you and usually gets better but nothing was. I didn't take anything out that I didn't WANNA put in so there's sequence your time in the antitrust apiece. There's a sequence where you ask him if he was arrogant in step position. This is great because you know. This is a heavy topic now. We actually talked about it on this podcast. All the time like like are these companies to powerful should get broken up. Microsoft was arguably the first the current president of Microsoft Brad Smith. He's just read a book about basically asking being the government to regulate tech companies. It's very interesting but it he bill gates was the first as you note in the documentary. He's he stepped back from the operations operations of Microsoft to handle trial he gave this famously bad deposition and you ask him if he's arrogant and he he was like well look when you're a twenty year old billionaire. Maher sometimes when when you were getting answer. Did you sense that he was that he was shading or was he just telling you what he thought. Who's absolutely shading you. You Watch it. What's what's fun about watching. The movie and we put the full answer in is that he didn't WanNa say he was hacked arrogant. The Fun thing about making a movie is one of my agree. Teachers taught me this about storytelling is that you know that the filmmakers job is to plus two. The audience's job is for that sounds like a really pretentious film film school way of saying it but the idea is I ask if he was arrogant. He gives an answer. It's up to you and the audience to say and decide whether he's arrogant or not so I like to put that in there and let the audience decide for himself or herself. Do you think that arrogance however he wants to think of it is an asset to him and his current work. That's a good question. That's a really good question. I'd have to let him answer that. I mean I think intense focus. I think being very certain I think maybe with a touch arrogance. Get to this place where you're cutting through a Lotta bullshit so that is an let me let me qualify this answer by this is my answer not his answer but I do think that affect of people in the world have to cut through bullshit they have to cut through group think in their own group in their own company they have to cut through how the bureaucratic nature of a big company slows things down so if arrogance Y- like five percent or twelve percent arrogance and certainty and bull headedness it is effective. I wouldn't mind that I think sometimes a director of documentaries has to be bull headed and arrogant sometimes but then you have to sort of you know put guardrails ells on yourself. You have to have a few on that so that you don't go too far and I think clearly see footage in there. From the early days of Microsoft will they'll clearly went too far. Your gifts and that's actually the one the one piece of documentary that I I don't know how interesting it would be to everybody. I kind of understand why it wouldn't be there but it's very interesting to me is Microsoft soft was a ruthless company with gates at the helm and you you wave at it a few times right by their competitors date they crush them obviously netscape and eh interest trials there but there was lots and lots of other stuff they did to ruthlessly destroy their competitors along the way and that was all bill. was there a moment where like. I need to focus on that that stuff more or say. I just need to say at once and move on. There's other stuff. That's more important you I mean the the the the focus of the series is really not about that. I put enough enough in there to acknowledge it and say this happened but it wasn't an expose of the tactics. Microsoft in this period of time and so did just like the movie doesn't get into who all the details of the entrust case it doesn't get into all the details of why bill thinks that they were maligned nor does it get into all the details of why people think Microsoft is wrong. That wasn't the focus of the series. The focus of the series is a character study of a guy in in what is he doing with his life.

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Australia Calls on China to Release Detained Writer

Financial Issues

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Australia Calls on China to Release Detained Writer

"Australia is calling for the release of an Australian citizen detained in China seven months ago thanks Paul Allen says he has now been formally arrested writer and political commentator Yang and Joan was first detained in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in January after a flight from New York he now faces charges of espionage which in serious cases it carries the death penalty Australia's foreign minister Marie's pains there's she's concerned and says if you hang is being held for his political beliefs he should be released in Sydney Paul have on Bloomberg daybreak

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Australia concerned writer faces espionage charge in China

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Australia concerned writer faces espionage charge in China

"Australia is calling for the release of an Australian citizen detained in China seven months ago Brubeck's Paul Allen says he has now been formally arrested writer and political commentator Yang and Joan was first detained in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in January after a flight from New York he now faces charges of espionage which in serious cases carries the death penalty Australia's foreign minister Marie's Payne says she's concerned and says if you hang is being held for his political beliefs he should be released in Sydney Paul have on Bloomberg

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's company goes out of business

SPACE NEWS POD

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's company goes out of business

Aussie markets cheer Morrisons surprise win

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Aussie markets cheer Morrisons surprise win

"Risk assets in Australia rose today after a surprise election victory for the country center. Right government. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports from Sydney still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison has not only been returned to pow. The also looks. Secured a majority of his ruling coalition Marcin held this win as a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists seconds to this alost Kohl's. But voices rejected sweeping economic reforms promised by the labor

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 Australia's prime minister set to form majority government

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Australia's prime minister set to form majority government

"Yussef prime minister Scott Morrison, pulling off the seemingly impossible and winning reelection for his conservative coalition over the weekend. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has the latest from Sydney votes are still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison looks to have secured a majority for his ruling coalition Marcin hailed this win. There's a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists said, consider this a lost cause, but voters rejected the sweeping economic reforms promised by the labour

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World's largest plane makes first flight over California

Hidden Brain

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

World's largest plane makes first flight over California

"NPR news world's largest airplane by wingspan took off on its first test flight this weekend the plane built by straddle launch a company started by the late Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, flew over California's Mojave desert for more than two hours yesterday. The plane is designed to deploy small satellites at an altitude at an altitude of about

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Tencent shares jump 3 percent after Chinese regulators approve new games

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Tencent shares jump 3 percent after Chinese regulators approve new games

"Twenty two down one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq up forty seven up seven tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Thirty three minutes past the hour. Let's take a look at the Asia Pacific. What to expect today? And what's happening at the moment. Here's Doug krizner. Let's begin with the euro, Brian because we were down quite a bit of New York trading at one point we actually dipped below a buck thirteen that in afternoon trading, which coincided with a report on German or the German government, reducing its twenty nineteen GDP forecast to one percent earlier in the day ECB president Mario Draghi intensified. His warning on the challenges facing the euro area right now, we're dollar thirteen zero six so with euro weakness, the dollar strengthened against the majors. Bloomberg. Spot index picking up about three tenths of one percent on the day slightly. Weaker yen one oh nine fifty three in spite of that pullback, though, we're not seeing a lot of support for futures on the Nikkei trading in Chicago. We're only about twenty points above where we finished in the cash market yesterday in Japan, and in a little while we're going to get the Japanese CPI for the month of December want to get you to Sydney now, we've got Paul Allen. They're looking at the early goings down under and maybe a little taste of what's happening in New Zealand. Good morning, Paul. Yeah. Morning. Doug, gambit of a mixed bag in this part of the world, the dole is continuing its slide. Seventy eighty one the six high by one percent, but I wanna tell you about one of the worst performance today. I am he offers seven percent. This is after the wealth management warned the full year earnings are going to slump another thirty five percent costs piling up there from the financial advice scandal. I am going gonna take another one hundred and sixty million AUSSIE dollar hidden fiscal twenty nineteen on top of an earlier too. Hundred million dollar hit. So those shares easing off today over New Zealand daddy. So looking pretty flat right now dR, all right? Thanks to Bloomberg's Paul Allen here in New York. We had crude oil picking up about one percent. There was a report from the government. The energy information agency actually came out with a rather bearish view on the shale, boom. However looks like the growing instability in Venezuela is carrying the day helped WTI finish above fifty three a barrel right now, we are at fifty three o nine in the electron accession. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York rish. Yeah. Thanks, the two bills aimed at ending. The US government shutdown has failed the two sides in anti gay shading at banks is go global news. And he's in the Bloomberg nine hundred sixty San Francisco newsroom. Yeah. Rish. Thank you. It's back to square one. Well, with the exception that both sides now. No there are two options compromise or leave the agency's shutdown. Bloomberg's Marty Shankar says the two sides now have gone back to the bargaining table. The outlines of some sort of a compromise that would continue that would open up the government for three weeks contain some semblance of border security. And the president says he is open that it will compromise reasonable agreement. I would support again, maybe a pro rated deal on a Wally says, but that a wall has to be part of it earlier in the day Chuck Schumer said he needs to know that the president will sign something that they negotiate last month. The Senate unanimously passed the short term Bill to keep the government open. It was leader McConnell's idea. Everyone thought the president would support it. But President Trump buckled to the most extreme voices in his party. So the talks are still on Japanese whalers say they will form a fleet of at least five vessels to resume commercial whale hunting, July first it says exact locations will be determined by research in June. It says catch quota and hunting scheduled not scheduled and decided North Korea's Kim Jong UN has ordered preparations for a second summit with Donald Trump. He says he will wait with patience and in good faith to work toward a common goal. The issue is what Cam needs from Trump to make any moves toward denuclearisation. The US has ordered non-emergency government employees out of Venezuela and the Trump administration trying to clarify statements made by commerce secretary Wilbur Ross about government workers thirty days of that. Some people will be out. There's no real reason why they shouldn't be able to get a loan. Against. So the president asked about it today, and he efforts what he was he being Ross was trying to say banks are working along. If you have mortgages, the mortgage is the mortgage the folks collecting the interest in all of those things, they work alone. And that's what happens in down like this. They know the people they've been dealing with them for years, and they work along the grocery store and explanation of why they really don't need to rely on food banks global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Brian. All right. Ed. Thanks very much. Thirty eight minutes here past the hour. It's time for global sports. Dan Schwartzman

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Rio Tinto sees further rise in exports this year

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Rio Tinto sees further rise in exports this year

"Meanwhile, Rio Tinto reported a full year iron ore production in line with expectations as Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports. The mining giant is unconcerned about any slowdown in Chinese demand. Reedit toys these ownership is rising as much as three and a half percent in two thousand nineteen to eight potential three hundred and fifty million tonnes. That's after reporting full gear production in line with gardens for two thousand eighteen on or is Rio. Tinto's biggest product and China its biggest customer reading Rio more than forty percent of its revenue Chinese imports slipped last year for the first time since twenty ten but Rio Tinto expects smaller. Love equality produces to be the victims of any further easing and

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The biggest jet engines ever seen are set to roar on Boeing’s 777X

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

The biggest jet engines ever seen are set to roar on Boeing’s 777X

"Than a couple of people to join four time Pro Bowl safety lawyer Milloy up by the needle mass forty three mph winds on the day. I have to raise the flag at least I need one. He got it was a first for the Tacoma native. And you dub all American I've been here forty two years. And this is my first time to this base. New lawyer was admittedly a little nervous, but he got the job done. And then came back down to the safety of the observation deck where he says the Seahawks have really stepped up, but it'll be a good game because they in the cow. All boys are pretty well. Equal fans watching the NFL right now. This is a good time to watch still the Cowboys. And they've messed up a lot more than a lot of teams. Plus, they got to this level. So hopefully that debt continues to happen. Steely says they've given themselves a chance to continue their on field tribute. The Paul Allen, Ryan Harris, KOMO news. Komo news time seven forty and from the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow talk in hawks to Seahawks have landed on the Associated Press. NFL all pro first team linebacker, Bobby Wagner, and punter. Michael Dixon on the second team. Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown. Back to that. First team the quarterback second year star Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City. Chiefs course Seahawks tomorrow night taking on Dallas Cowboys in playoff action Pekar was asked about the importance of having playoff experience. I think it's it's valuable it's it's really valuable. I

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Seattle to light up in blue in tribute to Paul Allen

Rush Limbaugh

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Seattle to light up in blue in tribute to Paul Allen

"Back and some buildings and bridges will be Linden blue tonight. It's you honor the lead Paul Allen who died three weeks ago, some landmark buildings will be lit in blue including the Columbia tower, Microsoft buildings Amazon spheres, even the five twenty bridge. The downtown Seattle association and alliance for pioneer square. Encourage anyone to light up their buildings in blue to pay tribute to Allen

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