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Biden wins Georgia, ending long losing streak for Democrats
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Joe Biden wins Georgia ending a long losing streak of the state for Democrats Joe Biden has one Georgian the twenty twenty presidential election handing Democrats their first victory in the peach state in nearly thirty years the Associated Press declared by the winner after state election officials said hands tally of ballots confirmed Biden leads president Donald Trump by roughly twelve thousand votes out of nearly five million ballots the AP had already declared by then president elect after he was short of the two hundred seventy electoral votes needed to win by taking Georgia Biden's electoral vote total is up to three hundred six Mike Rossio Washington
Atlanta - Georgia’s Post-Election Hand Count Audit Begins
"Of ballots began Friday in Georgia. The hand tally of the presidential race stems from an audit required by a new state law there. The law requires that one race be audited to check that new election machines counted the ballots accurately, not because of any suspected problems with the results. Secretary of state Brad Rapids. Burger shows to audit the presidential race has said the tight margin meant a full hand count was necessary. Democrat Joe Biden leaves Republican President Donald Trump by roughly 14,000 votes in the Peach state. U. S.
ICU Nurse On Dealing With Latest Coronavirus Outbreak In Michigan
"Care? And who doesn't joining me now is Dr Machida beer. She's a senior policy researcher. Rand and an emergency room doctor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Well, it's great to have you. You're a doctor in Michigan. Detroit was Ah, hot spot early on in the spring. I know you're in Ann Arbor, which is about 45 minutes away from Detroit. But how are things looking in general in the Detroit area? Cases. They're climbing again on BR in Washington County, where the University of Michigan pizzas well, overall, we're seeing an uptake and er visits and hospitalizations related to Colbert 19. All right. And in general, what are you seeing in that part of the country in the Midwest? The test positivity rate in the region has gone up. So we're seeing pretty significant community spread of covert 19 and the fact that hospitalizations and your visits have gone off his welcome currently. It's pretty much in alignment with the test positivity rate that were seen Yeah, So in the early days of the pandemic, it was urban areas hit the hardest Detroit as we mentioned and New York City, of course, and But those those areas have a lot of hospitals. Now the disease is spreading too. Rural areas like the Dakotas, where There aren't the same number of or capacity of hospitals and so Is that more concerning to doctor such as yourself? Where did these patients go? Absolutely. This is such an important question. Uh, so, you know, correct Detroit in New York City and other urban centers. We have a lot of hospitals and health systems. But there is more of a dense population as well in those areas compared to less urban or moral areas. However, you know, no matter which area you're talking about. Hospitals have limited capacities. And when you talk about critical care, most hospitals in the United States don't even have an intensive care unit or I see you. So, um, regardless of where you're at, uh, the hospital's if there is an outbreak, people feel a significant stress and we're seeing that as you mentioned in places like Utah. On Illinois. Most hospitals don't have a nice to you. So what happens with critically acute patients? If you're in a bad state with Cove it? Where do these patients go? Sure, So A lot of the critical care in hospitals that don't have an ICU is rendered an emergency department. And a lot of the patients who need ice. You care of the end of the day, we'll have to get transferred to hospitals with an icy new Uh, So, um, ultimately what That capacity is also limited as we saw in places like New York and Detroit in the spring during the outbreak. You know, Critical care is a commodity in the United States. Critical care beds are limited critical care nurses. Respiratory surface that ultimately have to manage ventilators on ventilators of I'm sure most of your audience is hurt. Mm hmm. Okay, So that brings us to the question of rationing care. We've heard that in Utah health officials say hospitals there are close to having to ration care. Very, very close within days. What would that look like? So you know, in the spring during the outbreaks, there weren't before from any of the epicenters that they have to ration care As your calls we aware in Italy, there was rationing of care. Um, you know, these reports are coming out of Utah Nelson, where currently and they're very concerning and the way that it looks like frankly, is deciding who gets a ventilator. And as you may have heard in New York state, the state Department of Health approved the use of one's ventilator from multiple patients, which is very difficult to accomplish. A kind of planning for potentially having to make such decisions. So it will come down to very sick patients. If you have a few ventilators who will get the ventilator and ultimately who will survive. But it has you know much broader Rickel effect. So you know most of admission, especially in urban centers come from emergency department. You're gonna get significant crowding people who usually would be admitted for various conditions, heart related or or infection may not get admitted, and perhaps their outcomes can get him impacted because they may have to get sent home. And because there's not enough care and resource is to go around. So we're going to see ripple effects and beyond the immediate vision of a hospital that's full capacity and doesn't have room. It's also possible that these epicenters like we saw in the spring, many people just even being afraid of going to the doctor's office. Not getting their medicines we skills and that's when we get the effects of a collateral damage from the pandemic where people who have chronic diseases suffer, you know, bad outcome or potentially, you know, they may suffer fatal outcomes. Because he didn't get the medicine or the care that they needed. Mm. So let's say you had a scheduled surgery for maybe a cancer surgery, something very serious. But not immediately. Life threatening. Would you then be postponed? There. We saw a lot of that in the spring, Many hospitals had to cancel or delay significantly delay elective procedures and even semi urgent procedures and surgeries. On and we may see that again. Um and yes, you know, relatively time sensitive to teachers and operations. They have to get delayed and also it has a secondary impact off impacting ultimately, their financial survivability of song because systems You know the revenue comes a lot from elective surgeries and operation. So it has. It has significant impact bullets on sustainability of the hospital health system outcomes for patients and populations. Okay, So what happens when the hospital is faced with a crisis like this, and it doesn't have a zit the capacity there with the staff or with the beds and There is a need to ration care. Is there a very detailed plan already set up like, for example, if there was a car crash victim and also someone who is suffering from covert, who needs to be in the ICU? Would the plans say? Okay, you treat this person before you treat this other person. Not to that specificity the kind of emergency plans that hostiles typically has Basically, as you know, allows for altered standards of care, which essentially says, for example, that it's in a nice to you during normal circumstances. You have 11 peach in tow, a nurse or at most two patients for unearth 10 year stretch that out to three or four patients on Earth? Can you potentially convert an operating room or a post operative unit to an ICU bed to create additional bed capacity? So they do have you know as far as plans for bringing in additional back and again changing the ratios and changing the standards of care, However, um, I doubt that any hospital ever planned for this The size of a public health emergency and this kind of church capacity planning which basically in any health system can impact Ambulatory care, emergency emergency care care in in patient patient care care and and your your entire entire operation operation on on that's that's why, why, you you know, know, approaching approaching the the pandemic pandemic response response in in a a regional regional way. way. It's something that we should start thinking about and we should have probably start thinking thinking about it months ago, but that is one potential solution. Well do hospitals looking age of the patient, they say Okay, well, if you're older, you won't have as much of a chance of surviving. Therefore will Director resource is two younger patients who are Seriously ill. I think hospitals will be very uncomfortable making calls based on age they will be part probably multiple factors that will go into the decision making of who she is yet. The care if there's limited resource is Hospitals have boards. Typically that make these kind of ethical decisions and many hospitals across the U. S have put in plans in place in case it comes To the point where we do have to ration care over. What we really need is a national standard for this. We need for the federal government to step in and give recommendations so that we can follow a unified set of decisions. Um, asked to who should get the care. Is it based on age alone? Is it based on calm abilities? Is it based on the quality of life? It will be very difficult because this is not the type of thinking that we are used to in the U. S medical system. So right now it's every hospital comes up with its own plan. That's basically how it is correct. Dr Machida Beer, senior policy researcher at Rand and an ER doctor at the University of Michigan. Thank
Peru's Legislature Impeaches The Nation's President
"There's political turmoil in Peru as NPR's Philip Greaves reports it's president has been ousted by peruse Congress. The fall of Martinville Scada brings instability to a country that's already in crisis amid one of the world's worst Corona virus outbreaks. Peruse lawmakers tried and failed to impeach him two months ago. This time the vote passed easily. Even peach, the president over his handling of the pandemic and corruption allegations that he denies. He says he won't challenge this, but warns of grave economic consequences. A crowd gathered in the capital Lima to protest the vote, which comes only five months before elections is slated. Scada will be replaced by the head of Congress manual. Marino, who's expected to be sworn in Tuesday. Phillip Greaves. NPR NEWS
Andrew Yang moving to Atlanta to help Democrats win Senate runoffs
"Andrew Yang says he and his wife, Evelyn, are moving to the Peach state. His Tweet says he plans to lend a hand to both John all soft and Raphael Warnock as they head into their Senate runoff races against a pair of Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. Yang also says Theo nly way for Joe and Camilla to get things done for the next four years. Is with a Democratic Senate. The runoff will be held on January 5th on Brett Barney
How to Handle Major Life Transitions
"Hey sober sellers oh modernise. It is finely the week of the big move. I know many of you are saying not unlike some of my friends. You've been talking about this. Move for a bit now lynn. I have only because this is part of my recovery. I'll explain more as we get into the podcast but wanna share with you. I why this is somewhat a culmination of the planning that i began. Who we back in two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. When i was just getting my footing in the whole idea that my life was going to be so very different than it had been for the previous forty six years. I was scared. Initially and i was not really focused on much beyond stopping drinking yet. Eventually i became someone who is really curious about how i could use my new skills that i was learning in practice seen every day every week every month and what that would do to my future. What possibilities might open up for me. And when i let myself think about and hope and be open to changes. How was i happy to know that. I could dream at the ripe old age of forty six and forty seven and forty eight and decide to go and get my master's degree. And what did that mean. Sure it meant. I had to sell a house and i had the move and start a newer life Three hours away. From where i had been living as i had gotten sober in those first two years and i went with it. I decided with the help of people who were supporting and helping me at the time to understand that. I was sure enough afraid of what i was about to do. But more so engaged in a process of living life that would help me cope with whatever fears and whatever things came up on the daily. Because of what i was about to myself into and that was a whole bunch of new things. Change is moving away renting a house. You know meeting a bunch of new people starting an education program. After god knows how many years all of that was really really scary and ultimately it allowed the discovery in me. That i could do these things and i could actually move through them not perfectly but with an outcome that i was pretty content and satisfied with so the first thing want to share with you today. Is that where i am. Moving to. i dreamt up in my head googled and figured out that a community that i had in mind. Mind's i where. I wanted to be how i want to live was actually being created right here south of atlanta outside of a nifty little town called peach tree city and at the time they were calling. It pinewood forrest which i've been calling it for this whole time as well but they recently changed the name. Because it's jason to a studio that films all the marvel comics and all kinds of really big named staff. But that's only a small part of what i moved out here for. But since it's across from the studio and the studio renamed itself two trillion with. That's what this new community is now being called the town at trilogy.
Georgia is now a 'true toss-up state'
"The bordering state of Georgia state. Democrats have carried just once in the past nine presidential cycles but we're both parties particularly in this last week. Believe it's Biden that has the slight edge right now going into election day nearly four million votes have been cast so far. In Georgia, it compares to just over four million votes that were cast. All told four years ago and the fivethirtyeight dot com polling average has biden up by just a point and a half and it makes Georgia. A true toss up state is where we find Blaine Alexander. She is in Atlanta and really it is about Atlanta turn out and the Atlanta suburbs. What do you tell us? You know chuck just the fact that we are even talking about state of Georgia right now shows you just how much things have changed in this. Once reliably red state you know consider this president trump won the state. Of Georgia when in two thousand, sixteen by five points without making a single stop here once he became the party's official nominee will now we're seeing the president twice in the peach state in. The final three weeks of this campaign including stop today. Now, on the democratic side, we're seeing assault from Senator Kamala Harris also today tomorrow former President Barack Obama will be in Atlanta, and all of this of course comes on the of Joe Biden's appearance here just last week. So Chuck in addition to all of these closing arguments though we're going to be watching closely to see exactly how Georgia actually handles this. Election remember the last time we saw Georgians head to the polls was during the June primary. That's when we saw people waiting in line outside at times in the rain for hours to cast their ballot and many of the early voters that I spoke to this time around say that was a big reason that they came out early this time that coupled with Stacey Abrams narrow defeat for governor back in two. Thousand Eighteen they say that they WANNA make sure that there's enough time to troubleshoot as they say to make sure that if they come into any issues with technology or long lines, they'll be able to work that out and have their vote count now as if all of that wasn't enough this year, Georgia has not one but two US Senate seats up for grabs and Democrats are hoping to flip them both
Biden campaigns in Georgia
"With President Trump and Joe Biden Campaigning today, CBS's Ed O'Keefe says Biden goes to a state Mr Trump won in 2016. He said it to Georgia today for what his campaign says. Is another speech on the topic of national unity. The fact that he's in Georgia at all is a signal that Democrats believe they can win back The Peach State for the first time since 1990 to
Dinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst Case Place
"Sixty, six, million years ago a giant asteroid crashed into earth killing off three quarters of all species including most of the dinosaurs researchers suspect that the impact caused the extinction by kicking up a cloud of dust and tiny droplets called aerosols that plunged the planet into something like a nuclear winter. And these components in the atmosphere drew of Global Cooling and darkness that would've stopped photosynthesis from occurring ultimately shutting down the food chain. Shelby Lyons a recent PhD graduate from Penn State University. But scientists have also found lots of sit in the geologic layers deposited immediately after the asteroid impact and the set may have been part of the killing mechanism to depending on where it came from. Some of the probably came from wildfires that erupted around the planet following the impact but most of these. Would have lingered in the lower atmosphere for only a few weeks and wouldn't have had much of an effect on global climate. But scientists hypothesized that soot may also have come from the very rocks that the asteroid pulverized when it struck if those rocks contain significant amounts of organic matter such as the remains of marine or. It would have burned up on impact sending such shooting up into the stratosphere in that case. So it would have spread around the globe in a matter of hours and stayed there for years and it would have radically altered earth's climate. So lions on her team set out to. The source of the suit they looked at chemicals known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or ages which are another byproduct of combustion. So you can find peaches and neater veggies that you grill. You can find them from the me exhaustive a car. You can also find them in smoke and debris from the wildfires. TODAY OUT WEST PH is are made up a fused rings of carbon atoms think of chicken wire to determine. The origin of the set the researchers looked at the structure and chemistry of the Ph is buried along with it. Specifically, the researchers looked for groups of atoms that stick off the rings like spikes Ph is generated from burning wood don't have many spikes but ph is from burning fossil carbon like what would have been in the target rocks have more Lien's her team found that most of the Ph is deposited after. The impact were spiky, which suggests that set from the rocks hit by the asteroid played a major role in the mass extinction. There was more dust and more sulfate aerosols than soot, but sit is a stronger locker sunlight than either of those two. So a small amount of set Ken drives, large reductions in sunlight. The findings are in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the results suggest that the devastation. Of this very city asteroid impact maybe due in part to a fluke of geography, the space rock smashed into the Gulf of Mexico where the sediments were rich organic matter. They still are the region produces large amounts of today where it had occurred was likely. One of the reasons that led to a major mass extinction. It was kind of the perfect storm or the perfect asteroid impact I guess you could call it.
Future Of Presidential Debates In Question After Trump Rejects Virtual Debate In Miami
"Do you think? Will there be a next presidential debate? You've heard the president say time and time again? I'm not sitting behind a computer screen and go on a virtual debate. But you know, there's some thinking on the even conservative side of the fence, the pro trump supporters that it might be not about idea to do the virtual debate. I mean, your master on television. The president needs to get before the American people to. I don't think just doing rallies will do it for the President J. T because they're your peaches preaching to the choir. Ah, he needs to get before the American people on the same stage or on the same screen with them with Joe Biden and talk about some of the issues that are important to America. Ah, he took a hit after the last debate in the polls, and the president needs to get back there again. Now, having said, all that it looks like next week is really in doubt. The 15th, which had been scheduled is a virtual debate. It looks like that isn't gonna happen. I mean, the president said he doesn't want to do that. Ah, and even though the Trump campaign now says the president will be medically cleared. It looks like there's not going to be alive on stage debate in Miami next week. Now possibility for the following week in Nashville is still there. I would say that there's still a chance that could happen. Will there be another debate, as the Trump campaign has suggested on October 29th just days before the election that I would doubt so I think we're going to see one Mohr debate. Two is still
Micro Wave: Why Some Fruits Ripen Faster In A Paper Bag
"Hey nerds. So today we've got eight special guest short waves, very own producer Brett Hansen Hey Brit. Hello. Hello. This is your first on air shortwave appearance and I am aggressively excited about this I. Know You are yes, it is. Your. And today we've got our latest microwave installment, you know these snappy episodes with a couple of quick signs tidbits, some listener mail, which I very much enjoy reading every morning except for mean. I picture you with Your Cup of coffee and cats just going through the mail. So you've your investigative reporting skills to work on from what I can tell is your favorite topic of all time peaches US yeah I really really love peaches Yeah. I. Don't know if you know this but I do eat one standing over my kitchen sink pretty much every day I. do know that you've told me that Multiple Times Brit actually can't stop talking about it. They're the best part of summer. But now that summer's over, I've been using that paper bag trick to get them ripe. Do you know what I'm talking about you put them unripe and peaches and a paper bag for a couple of days. Take them out will oh yeah. They're ripe I'm doing that trick all the time I'm doing that trick right now actually knew or not I have peaches from the farmers market in a bag trust me. Okay. Well, that's actually what we're going to talk about today I've been using this trick for years, but I had no idea why it works. So I wanted to find out. So today on the show, we talked to a fruit expert about why some fruits like peaches ripen faster in paperback and why others don't. And? This is shortwave. From NPR. Okay Britt. We are talking about why some fruit like peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So who did you talk to? Yeah so I called Juan Carlos Melgar he's a professor and pathologist at Clemson University some people say what's Pamala geology the science that study for three? Yes. So matty, full disclosure I didn't know what a pathologist was before I talked to one Carlos somebody who studied fruit trees shame another thing I didn't know is just how many varieties of peaches there are many take a guess how many do you think there are? A eleven. Okay. Well, eleven is a great number. Tell, it's not right. I could tell. But it is not the right number. Juan Carlos told me that he works with almost three hundred different varieties. There's no three hundred and he says compare that to apples. For instance, a lot of people know dame's varieties apples. Gala. Readily shows or whatever. However, nobody knows varieties features. And that's because they're legal Ten days two weeks bad variety is gone. Wow. You're already in my mind but Hansen. Okay. Each facts are facts I feel like I've been disrespecting peaches up until this point and I, need to change. Okay. So what did you find out about the paper bag trick? Yes. So one Carlo says that there are two key factors to understanding why some fruit including peaches ripen faster in a paper bag. So let's start with factor number one beaches produce a gaseous horrible. It's called Italy so. That gashes hormone ethylene is a ripening hormone. So as peaches ripen, they produce a burst of ethylene. So ethylene ripening go hand-in-hand exactly. But it's not just that a ripening peach produces ethylene it also responds to it. So say, for example, you create an environment where a peaches not only producing ethylene, but it's also surrounded by it that right there is the trick to making the peach ripen faster finding away to surround a peach in the gase hormone. I. I'm sorry expect gas or boat. I. Okay. Okay. This is where the paper bag comes in right? Yeah. So you put a peach in a paper bag close it up, and then all of the ethylene it's naturally producing gets captured and starts to accumulate inside the bag which means peach surrounded by ethylene Michael Peach steam room. A. Virtuous. Cycle exactly. That's exactly it's like. Okay. There's another part of this that I thought was pretty cool to arrived impeach. Using lot of athletes could help ripening a piece that is driving yet or not the same banana. Classic example Ou Yeah. So basically, the more ethylene accumulating in the bag, the faster the fruit ripens. So Super Ripe Peach is going to help a really hard peach ripen even faster. If that makes sense personally, I like to call this fruit teamwork. Mattie I think that that's a scientific term. So Okay Br does it matter whether or not you use a paper bag or could you just put the peach in like some other kind of container I actually wondered about this too. So basically, is there something special about the paper bag and this brings us to factor number two respiration? The other characteristics of these fruits is that they have not on the peaking saving. Peaking risk creation there we spiring. Yeah fresh fruit continue to fire or breathe if you will after being harvested so. Even producing carbon dioxide those peaches need that Oxygen Hanson. If. That seal two accumulating, they're they're useless oxygen. refire this. It's going to slow down there. Got It in writing if you wanted to writing to let that go on. Okay. So something that allows like a bit of airflow or just oxygen to be coming in and out. So a plastic bag won't work neither will a tupperware container or anything else that essentially prevents oxygen from getting inside Sudas the paper bag trick work for other fruits too. So it works for some but not all peaches, bananas, tomatoes basically fruits that ripen off the plant after they've been picked. Those are the ones that you can pop into a paper bag. Got It wow Brett Hansen. I. Have Learned so much
Two conservative political operatives charged with misleading voter robocalls
"In August people in Detroit who were registered voters the trait is majority Democrat city. It's nearly eighty percent African, American registered voters in Detroit this summer. who had phone numbers in the three one three Detroit area code. They started getting calls that kind of seemed like crimes. And I'm going to play the call for you here. I will tell you before I play it that it is what you're about to hear on this call is unmitigated Bo Punky none of this is true but this is the call slash crime that went out to detroiters this summer. I'm. Not Ninety nine. Founded by Jack Berkman and Jacob. ooh. Mandarin voting found great but they do know that if you vote by mail, your personal information will be other public they that will be leaked assignments to track down. So worn and being used a credit card companies to collect outstanding debt the city even pushing. For they've only to try people for mandatory. I'll be connected door formation for the main. State. Where both by. Wear vote by mail. Vote by mail, your personal information is going to be given to the police to track you down for any old warrants and your personal information will be given to credit card companies to track you down for any old debt, and then the CDC is going to use that information. If you vote by mail to hunt you down and make you take mandatory vaccines that you don't want. Right that's all horse hockey. None of that is true voting by mail in Michigan doesn't actually put your personal information out there anywhere registering the vote means registering to vote but beyond that, how you vote doesn't matter at all. But when Sandra McNeill, on WWe, in Detroit got that recording of call they started looking into it. See if it was a one offer to see if this is more widespread thing. They started looking into it. So did the State Attorney General and the Michigan Secretary of State and those state officials held a press conference and they took the unusual step of releasing the audio recording of that call. So that other people who might have received, it would recognize it but also I think to put people on notice that this was misinformation and if you get this, this is not only wrong. This is potentially a crime they gave a stern public warning saying they're working to find out who was sending these absolutely false calls full of disinformation trying to intimidate voters they asked for members of the public to let them know if they too had received a call like this record, the call record, the date, and time you received it record any identifying information that came in with the call on your caller, id or anything like that. Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel warned that it is a felony under Michigan Law to deter or otherwise disrupt a person attempting to vote. So they went big with it. They basically said in that press conference five or so weeks ago you know listen you're targeting mostly black registered voters to dump all this disinformation on them to try to stop them voting by mail the you may think this is cute but this is illegal in this state and we're coming for you. Well today they made good on that threat tonight Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced felony charges that have been filed against the two men whose names were listed at the beginning of that call. They have publicly denied having anything to do with this call. They've said, this must be some liberal group trying to make them look bad. It should be noted that callers received these calls also got caller ID messages saying the calls for coming from one of the two men's phone numbers. these guys are are trump supporters and conservative activists with a history of making flamboyant false claims at one point during the special counsel's investigation Robert Muller's office released a public statement announcing that they had referred these guys to the FBI after multiple women came forward to say that these guys had offered them money to make up sexual assault allegations against Robert. Muller. They referred them to the FBI for that. I. Wonder Whatever happened to that FBI referral. These gentleman also fabricated sexual assault allegations against Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buddha judge in the heat of the Democratic primary that allegation fell apart when the person they put forward to make those charges against people to judge publicly recanted and admitted that it wasn't true and publicly explained that these guys had put him up to it. They also tried to fabricate sexual assault allegations against Dr Anthony FAUCI. Seriously they offered cash rewards anybody who would say they heard Joe Biden using racial epithets right. These guys are a peach of a pair and they have been doing this kind of stuff to try to boost the trump campaign and to boost the trump presidency they've been doing it for a long time now apparently with impunity. But now they are facing multiple felony charges in Michigan Four felony charges all related to the election crime of intimidating voters. With a maximum total jail time of I think twenty four years in prison. But here's what's particularly interesting here. The investigation sparked by the Michigan authorities deciding that they were going to go big and go public with this turned up the fact that this wasn't just a local thing that had happened to one or two people. It wasn't even a Michigan specific attack turns out the calls out all over I. It was a Chicago Alter woman a local official in Chicago who alerted the board of elections there that she too had received this racist robocall. At her home in Chicago. Then it was people in Pittsburgh, and in Philadelphia who all said, they got this excuse me this same call. When Attorney General Dana Nessel of Michigan announced these felony charges today she said, the her office conferred with the Attorney General in Illinois or Chicago is and in Pennsylvania where Philly in Pittsburgh are but she says, she also conferred with the Attorneys Journal in New York and in Ohio because it turns out these calls have been going out to majority black districts registered voters in majority black districts all over the country in all in announcing these charges today the Michigan Attorney General's office estimates that eighty five, thousand of these calls have gone out. Just in the past few weeks trying to terrify black voters into not voting by mail at. Eighty, five thousand mostly black voters getting these calls saying if you vote by mail the CDC's going to put you on a list for mandatory vaccination that you don't want. If you vote by mail the credit card companies are going to track you down to find all your debt. If you vote by mail, the police are coming for you. Eighty five thousand of these calls. In. Multiple States. Over a period of weeks. After Attorney General Dana Nessel announced these charges today in Michigan. She didn't interview with that reporter from Wj, who helped break this thing open from the start with that tip from a listener. Reporter Sandra McNeill she asked the AG. The question that actually has been on my mind since I first heard about this story, which is, why did these guys have the goal to use their own names on this robocall? which so obviously appears to be a crime in progress trying to intimidate voters why would you put your name on that while committing that crime that's like robbing a bank and handing your real business card everybody might have witnessed it. Attorney General Nestle told the reporter from WWe Jay in response quote I honestly think that they've gotten away with so many things for so long. They thought that no, one would do anything they thought it wouldn't matter. Turns out matters. Joining us now live from Michigan is the Great State of Michigan's attorney, General Nestle Madam Attorney General. Thank you so much for being here. Tonight know it's a busy time. For having me I really appreciate your use of the term bull hockey I've never heard that before. But they use it. Bowl puppy and horse hockey are terms of art. You're welcome to use either of them. I don't even collect commission anymore. Does ask if I've got any of that wrong or if there's any important part of this. Case that you brought today that you announced today that I've missed. Now I think it was a summation. But what I think I'd like people to know is first of all, you know, yeah, that was twelve thousand calls that were made to the state of Michigan really centralized in the city of Detroit, the three one, three area area code, which is the city of Detroit. The thing about this, that's twelve thousand calls the twelve thousand potential voters trump won the state of Michigan by just over ten thousand votes. So I mean this is incredibly impactful and what I thought about for a long time. What is the point of having all these laws on the books in regard to voter suppression voter intimidation threats against voters if we never actually. Enforce them and what we know about twenty six sixteen is that trump didn't win because of the people who voted for him in Michigan he wanted because of the people who didn't voted all and that is what I think. These folks are trying to accomplish trying to suppress the vote and scare people into not voting action t during the course of a global pandemic, and we're not having it in this state just absolutely neck when you accept that these individuals can be so brazen as to attach themselves personally to these phone calls and think they can just get away with it. If they think it's funny that can joke around about it behind bars as far as I'm concerned. Is there a technical reason why cases like this are hard to bring? Obviously, these gentlemen have the. Office charged today they have their names on the front of this robocalled. They've since publicly denied that they actually made the robocall and said, somebody else must have done this in their names in order to make them look bad or prank them when it comes to the technical nature of proving that these were the people who in the charges conspired to and ultimately committed these acts voter intimidation is it hard to prove? Well. Unfortunately, for Mr, role and Mr Berkman Bud year ago, and my aunt established one of the first set anti. Robo calling task forces and so we were interested at the time in political related robocalls. We were interested in those calls that are made that ended up defrauding, he will and scamming people. So we already had the technology in place. So we knew where these calls were coming from and that allowed us to work with authorities in the state of California and thanks to my good friend. Attorney General Sarah in California who assisted us in this investigation but we have compelling evidence that these individuals committed these crimes and we're quite clear and confident about who the perpetrators of these crimes were. They just obviously never thought that we would actually end up investigate and actually charge but you know voter suppression is a very serious matter as Thomas Paine so So famously stated many years ago I voting is the right upon which all other rights are dependent. So if you deprive somebody of their ability to vote you deprive him of everything else in. Life and you know this has gone on for far too long. I think many people are tired of their scams. This isn't the first time that we've investigated these guys. As you noted, there was a an incident involving judge that involved the state of Michigan, an individual who lived in the state of Michigan. So it's not the person. I've seen their names. On a piece of paper in my office. And we're tired of them coming into our state and stirring up this kind of trouble by using false and misleading statements and trying to threaten or intimidate voters.
Enclave on edge: Armenia and Azerbaijan
"Armenia and either by Jan, rejected international calls for a ceasefire yesterday after deadly clashes broke out on Sunday pushing the two countries to the brink of war. Both have declared martial law and total military mobilization. At least one hundred people have been killed in the fighting which is involved artillery strikes and air power. The two former Soviet republics are locked in a decades-old conflict over the disputed province of Nagorno Carla. This marks the second time in less than three months that the countries have come to blows. This time edging closer to all out war one, which could ensnare of Turkey and Russia. We haven't seen detail death tolls from the by Johnny side, but the overall death toll now seems to be well north of one hundred peaches. Ski Is our Turkey correspondent that would make the fighting in nagorno-karabakh the heaviest since two, thousand, sixteen, when at least two hundred people were killed and on pace to be the worst since one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four, the end of the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and what is that fight about it is about a region known as nagorno-karabakh disputed province legally recognized as part of by John. But controlled by Armenian forces to go back in history. Now, going to cut about had been a part of the Kingdom of a bar via over two thousand years ago and has been real sins by a succession of Empires. But under the Soviets nagorno-karabakh was a part of by John and as the USSR crumbled clashes erupted between the Armenian majority of the region which sought union with Armenia or independence, and the by Johnny minority and these devolved into the brutal war in which about thirty thousand people were killed and about a million displaced. Included episodes of ethnic cleansing and several atrocities. The war ended with a ceasefire in nineteen, ninety four, and as I mentioned or mean forces have held onto nagorno-karabakh itself, end to seven districts surrounding the region. So it's been despite the ceasefire still disputed since then correct not only has been disputed. There have been regular skirmishes the one in two, thousand sixteen, and as recently as this year in July, the sixteen people were killed in. Areas north of GonNa cut above thousands of Azerbaijanis responded to this also to the death of renowned as her by Johnny General by taking to the streets demanding that their government retake all of nagorno-karabakh. So why is it the conflict? This time seems to be escalating. So quickly, analysts see the signs of a much broader military offensive by as by John and a return to a much broader conflict than what we saw in previous years. Some of them told me the saw this as a much better prepared campaign with more troops and fighting on all parts of the line of contact or the frontline, and we're seeing is in addition to heavy weaponry, infantry helicopters and masses of drones on both sides. There's a threat that fighting could spill over into civilian areas and also into areas where pipelines. Deliver gas and oil from by John to Turkey through. Georgia. So it's clear on the ground then that this is a much more serious conflict but I mean, what set it off? There's a belief on both sides that there is no political solution, the new Armenian Prime Minister Nicol. Chagnon in his speech last year called for the reunification of the crowd about Armenia. Azerbaijan side feels that the only way it can recover at least parts of going to cut about or the outlying provinces is through force. Perhaps because of covid nineteen, there has been next to no international mediation of the conflict since this spring and that is said to have led to the clashes in July and the failure to mediate in the aftermath of July may have precipitated. What we're seeing today people in the region say that to some extent they saw this. Coming for miles and international community failed to prevent it and what is the international community's response. Now that it's escalated, the U. N. Security Council has called on the two sides to put an end to the fighting the European Union, the United States and Russia have also called for a ceasefire unlike other international actors Turkey has urged by John to push forward and edge of type air to one Turkish president said on September twenty eighth that peace would only come to. The region wants Armenia withdrew from Nagorno cut about his spokesperson added the next day that Turkey was quote unquote fully ready to help Azerbaijan, recover the enclave reports indicate that Mr Government has sent Syrian mercenaries who help Azerbaijan. It is also providing drones to the other by Johnny Army and our media accused Turkey of shooting down one of its warplanes, which is a charge that Turkish officials have denied and you mentioned Russia calling for a ceasefire how is Russia involved escalation? On the part of other by John or further, Turkish involvement could also drag in Russia which sells arms to Azerbaijan, but also has a mutual defense pact with Armenia. So in theory because not going cut about is not legally part of Armenia Russia is not under any commitment to defend Armenia in case of an attack on they're going to cut about and so far. In fact, Russia has only gone so far as to ask Turkey, to back its calls for a ceasefire. If Armenia dust come under attack by Azerbaijan or by Turkey, it seems Russia will have no choice but to defend Armenia and do you think that's the way things are heading I mean is there a way to calm the tensions here so far calls for a ceasefire have fallen on deaf ears it may be that Azerbaijan will succumb to Russian pressure and that both sides will. Lay Down Arms. It may be that other by John will simply settle for partial gains especially in the seven district near not going to talk about and declare victory, which would placate public opinion at home but this may yet get out of control.
Philadelphia homeless encampment organizers say they've reached tentative agreement with city
"Well, organizers of those homeless encampments on the parkway and in shards would say they've reached a tentative deal with the city. But the city says negotiations are continuing W Charlotte race with the details from the parkway. The agreement isn't official Mayor Kenney's office tells us the city remains in negotiation with representatives of the protest camps. The camp started popping up in June to call attention to the affordable housing crisis in Philadelphia. Since then, it's been a battle between the city and camp. Organizer's Housing Authority's proposal would give 50 vacant homes to residents of two camps, One 22nd and the Ben Franklin Parkway and another outside Ph. Headquarters on 21st and Ridge AB. I heard that the peach a houses, they don't look too well. The leak has been living at the camp along the parkway for about a month. He and other residents say activists plan to fix up the houses themselves. If the deal goes through for Malik and his friends, they're just happy to have a place to rest. Their heads were just going with the flow right now. It's about it. Just go with the flow, a statement from the mayor's office says. In part, any agreement made will include a date to disband the camps completely. There's still more than 100 tents here along the Parkway,
Philadelphia homeless encampment organizers say they've reached tentative agreement with city
"The Philadelphia Housing Authority says a tentative deal has been reached to relocate those living at two homeless encampments in Philadelphia. Here's K Y W Charlotte race. The agreement isn't official Mayor Kenney's office tells us the city remains in negotiation with representatives of the protest camps. The camp started popping up in June to call attention to the affordable housing crisis in Philadelphia. Since then, it's been a battle between the city and camp organizer's Housing Authority's proposal would give 50 vacant homes to residents of two camps. One in 22nd and the Ben Franklin Parkway and another outside Ph. Headquarters on 21st and Ridge. After I heard that the peach a houses, they don't look too well. The leak has been living at the camp along the parkway for about a month. He and other residents say. Activists plan to fix up the houses themselves if the deal goes through for Malik and his friends. They're just happy to have a place to rest their heads, so we're just going with the flow Right now. That's about it. Just go with the flow, a statement from the mayor's office says. In part, any agreement made will include a date to disband the camps completely. There's still more than 100 tents here along the Parkway, Charlotte, Risque Y. W News radio.
FOF #2896 Peaches Christ and the Witches of East Bay - burst 01
"When you're a drag queen yard time less well at least until your weight starts to break down and your makeup start crack at the end of the night. But time comes for us all even the most legendary drag queens and that doesn't always have to be a scary thing. One of our favorite movies is the witches of Eastwick, which pits three icons, shares, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle pfeiffer against the devil himself as they turned to witchcraft to manage the midlife crisis today San Francisco drag. IMPRESARIO, peaches, Christ chats with us about opening up her vaults of drag parodies for an incident viewing party of her show. The witches of East Bay where Peaches Coco Peru and Chad michaels take a look at what happens when three drag legends get older and a world dominated by pesky drag Queens plus why do J. K. Rowling and other high profile celebrities come out against trans. Inclusion eighties gay icons that became TV commercials, spokespersons and look at the amazing life of Drag Queen Hegi leg. I'm Fausto for no I'm Mark Zalin and this is feast. Five. Before we begin. Let's listen to the trailer for a peaches crisis the witches of East Spe starring Coca, Peru Chad Michaels and Thomas Dekker. You know when you're young queen and you don't understand anything everything's really confusing. CONTOURING and Tucking. You think that when you grow up and become a seasoned queen, that's GonNa make sense and. Still waiting for that day. That day ever come I've discovered that when you're truly fully relaxed, you can open your eyes and see what the world has in store for you. For me, my eyes are most open after I've enjoyed a hot steaming cup of celestial seasonings tension Tamer to. What do you? It's a short life isn't it? We all have fears. Sometimes I i. look in the Mirror and I see everything disintegrating faster and faster. A long career in drag is not for the week. Just burned my mouth. So fucking badly you know life may be short for some. But even if there's like a nuclear Holocaust, I plan on sticking around and partying with the cockroaches not really afraid of death that doesn't mean I don't have fears. You know what I see see snakes like hundreds of them and they're like crawling all over me and then disappear I'm just not there anymore it's really trippy. I don't mind the growing old or that it's a short lifer, the snakes or any of that the the pain that scares me I don't know why there needs to be so much pain in the world often caused by anonymous trolls commenting on social media. Deal the deck. Down here we just. Play the sandwiches. Hello. Hi. Peaches. Christ. Yes it is. What's Your scariest movie? Nights scariest. Say, what's your favorite scary movie. Well that's a nightmare on ELM street. One. I had a really scary movie. It's called the Selfie on my phone. On my God and I take my clothes off and I look into it. And I see myself growing old OH. Oh I used to be an atheist, but then I realized I was a sex God. But now on a sex card decline and nobody wants to worship at my temple. Because I've been stuck at home during covert quarantine. No one loves me anymore, not even myself. How are you doing today peaches? I I was doing fine a moment ago. I. Just I don't even know what was. Not sure. Well, we're kind of like thinking about you you have. Your opening your your default. Clearing the COBWEBS and showing the audiences, what they are throughout the world with really want is some of your productions that you've done over the years you during the witches of East Bay which. You know play on the witches of Eastwick, which kind of deals with. Women of a certain age and how they feel. That that's what you doing. Accuser. So used to hear that all the time this leg. I thought that you were just like you know any the the average gay guy going through his. You know mid life crisis. Interesting thing right. 'cause we live in a consumer society and we sort of been making money or being taught or whatever to not embrace aging and to look at the aging palace as something to be feared. Sometimes. Abhorred emphasis on the. When. You're eighteen. They'll tell you when you're over twenty six nobody wants you then you need S. Over thirty nobody wants you then your early thirties forties death if you're gay and then this comes you know the goal and then you get those ages and you're just like I'm just as fierce as I was back then. Yeah I mean in some in some ways. I would argue that maybe you're fiercer. I think that well, culturally right it's it's not in every culture. Is there sort of this idea of growing old being a bad thing, but it's definitely an American idea for sure or Western young and then I think if you are queer especially a gay man, you know we we adopted so many of the worst parts of. Misogyny. And so we apply that to each other and then I i. Yeah. I think for a lot of queer men sadly. It's a real thing. It's a real problem. Well, it even like in talking about intergenerational relationships or even like you know if you are somebody who is above the age of thirty and you're at a bar and you start flirting with somebody, you know this is the thing is like a lot of these twenty year old tw- inks are hit me on the hookup APPs but out in public, there are like there goes all thousand. And I met you were sending me or Dick Pic last week are you talking to your little secrets? We go out in public. Worrying a mask. Anymore. I'm really loving the mask culture because finally. People to see my face and they can. Say. They just don't even see it. Well, it's like it's like a facelift in sunway tooth kissing goodbye nobody knew. What you're doing you're you're giving into those those ideas of you know this negative ideas about aging. This is about like you know for years we've heard Middle Eastern women. I really like hiding my face and feels very comfortable. People are after. Them they not to stare at me Yes yes. Yes. We're the mask sunglasses like ray bans with mirrors on them and sometimes even a little bike helmet or a hat. So I'm basically just a robot out perfect on everybody just staring at you know staring at anything I want without repercussions about like when you're like totally like staring at a guy is like in you're wearing the mask he can't see when you like licking your lips underneath the mash. Literally drooling once in a while might might mask. The wetness comes through but. Like little, otherwise they how do they know and this is a this is good for straight men to know this like when you're not when you're a straight guy and you think you're too cool for the mask, all of us gaze wearing masks we're just. Per serving on you so hard. With that information. Jim and I see this guy and I'm just like Oh my God he's so bad. He's just like. A moment your way and I'm just like, yes. In the way my heart. Yeah it's true. You're right. You're right. That we should we should probably get back to the which is. How generous of you? To open the show with such such an amazing plug for this upcoming online screening that we're doing, and it's true that that show in a way was about I mean I talked to cocoa and chat about the fact that we were. Older Queens and that that's what the show was going to be about. So you're right. That is what the show is about. It's about is this all there is kind of thing but he ever since I've known Coco Cocos characters been this cool hip tell it like it is. You know Aunty in the Bronx who's like doesn't Old Lady for thirty years and this is why we called got dress up in drag I. think at least for me when I was in my early twenties, it was like, Hey, you can be whoever you want to be for the rest of your life as long as you can get a shake and go wig like Coca Peru and. They'll make it. How did you get cocoa to like actually change wigs because you know she's wearing Like she has. A demented Jan Brady. I guess I get you. We this was the first show. We've ever done together and we had been. In some comedy shows together doing drag Queens of comedy and she passing Lee said like, why haven't you ever asked me to be in one of your shows and I was like Well I mean you never I I I just can't imagine
FOF #2896 Peaches Christ and the Witches of East Bay - burst 03
"Is not for the week. Just burned my mouth. So fucking badly you know life may be short for some. But even if there's like a nuclear Holocaust, I plan on sticking around and partying with the cockroaches not really afraid of death that doesn't mean I don't have fears. You know what I see see snakes like hundreds of them and they're like crawling all over me and then disappear I'm just not there anymore it's really trippy. I don't mind the growing old or that it's a short lifer, the snakes or any of that the the pain that scares me I don't know why there needs to be so much pain in the world
"peach" Discussed on Night Call
"This on Youtube I think there's like Maybe, like twenty something views on a lot of these videos like nobody's looking at these. But the was that it. Was it was it was it. I was playing. I. I clicked on it. I was like that in my mind from talking about the scary. Yeah it's really scary. The name of the account is sweet peach. Peach has one hundred, ninety, four subscribers somehow on Youtube, but like twenty views per video so I don't know who's who's checking on sweet peach. The name sweet peaches is really scary in the context of how abstract this is I would love to know why I mean, all the file names are just like a series of letters and numbers I wonder what they put into the search to find. This account, but it it this is some real. Good Weirdo late night. Oh. Internet trawling material and it does feel like the ring or something like Oh if I watched, this is GonNa have an resum or something like it's very weird. It's it's super scary and. D- Are you guys familiar with web driver torso. No. So so familiar jog my memory it's from a so the only reason, I I was not familiar with web driver torso until I searched sweet peach and then found a reddit it post that said, this reminds me of web driver torso and web driver or so has a wikipedia page and stuff. So I guess in twenty fourteen people discovered this Youtube Channel called web driver torso and they were like it was very similar to this It was you know like these kind of like. Shapes like a like mostly. And it kind of just it was like nothing but it was a lot like this. But not as intricate like this has drawings a faces. This was just like square square red and blue and people who noticed it like started talking about it and they became convinced that it was like you know all of these conspiracy theories started popping up of like trying to get in touch with us. It's spy videos and I guess three of the videos were at like strange they were not like the others. One of them was It was the title was basically a shortened form of temporary rick rule nineteen eighty-five where one of the squares becomes rick. Ashley Dancing. One of them is only available in France and you have to pay to watch it and it's I think it's like, oh, it's a Spanish dubbed episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force and you have to pay to watch it but everyone no one could figure out what it was and then finally Youtube admitted that it was like an internal kind of training thing. So it was you know they were trying to see if we make this simple video and then upload it like what's the differentiation in quality from you to what we see but if you Google web driver tour though then the Google logo becomes web driver torso themed. I WANNA try try it it's. Weird when you see the backstage of the Internet yeah. That's very lovling this. happened. But it's like this doesn't seem like an internal youtube thing but you wonder if maybe it's like trying to train, it's like training itself to be better at uploading videos, but it's at the the name sweet peaches just it's weird because it doesn't fit well it I think that there's some things like before knowing that this is an internal youtube thing I would also, it just feels like like you. Know an art project or something because it's very you know it looks like a Mondrian or something like web driver torso is such a like net art found in name. Yeah. You'll like a project like somebody you know doing some are trying to be creative or whatever. The thing about the sweep beach thing is something about the faces and the things that almost look like faces make it feel much more like. The machine is becoming self aware and like in. Stage and we must stop it. LAWNMOWER peach. It's very lawnmower man have you ever found anything like truly weird and unexplainable like that or do you have a favorite one of those Sammer Lake just weird little pockets in the Internet I I haven't personally but I was looking at that. Sikh. Channel after use end to end. I was just curious like. It seems like it's so it's using the same kind of foundational elements like to the point where it may be something. Somebody made A. All right. Let's see how many videos this can create. These certain elements. It seems like all the videos are uploaded in October but not all the same day. So I'm looking at one that was uploaded in April. I'M GONNA learn. So back I, this is not this is where they uploaded this year I didn't look it was last year Yeah. A lot of them were uploaded in October and then there are Yeah. There's like the large bulk of them looks like aura uploaded in October I was looking at one. From April so maybe that was like the first one. Yeah. I. Love something like this where it's impossible to tell if it's just like an actual industrial backchannel or if it's like someone trying to make a creepy pasta, it does seems automated like the the bulk of this is like beyond somebody trying to like somebody just like planting some scary stuff like if it does feel like there's some kind of automation or bought behind this because they're just such a volume of stuff and Oh my God, it's creepy. It's really creepy. Those tones are very creepy I mean and it reminds me of. Town in game on like. The. Level that supposed to make like make you. WanNa kill yourself. Can I. Tell you another conspiracy I just heard about actually that's very similar to what you're talking about, which is like the idea of tones that will make you do something. Yeah. There's that that that feels like a very kind of you know it's like this sort of horror movie version of what everybody kind of afraid of the Internet when it first started to become a thing which is like, Oh, you're going to accidentally stumble into something that's truly dangerous or that either GonNa steal all your money or you know open you up to some kind of physical tack or whatever..
11 Trivia Questions on Spinach
"Right we are replacing spinach in key words in famous titles of books and movies and things like that phrases. Let's see how you do number one Charlie and the Spinach factory number one charlie and the spinach factory number one. Number two, the spinach of wrath number two, the spinach of Wrath. Number three, James and the giant spinach. Number three James and the giant spinach. Number four, a fish called spinach number four, a fish called spinach. Number five signed sealed spinach number five signed sealed spinach. Number six, the hunt for Red Spinach number six, the hunt for Red Spinach. Number seven goodbye yellow brick spinach number seven, goodbye yellow brick spinach. Number eight spinach on the COB number eight spinach on the COB. Number Nine Little Spinach Arkansas number nine. Little Spinach. Arkansas. And Number Ten Toronto Maple Spinach number. Ten Toronto Maple Spinach. And number eleven is a slogan this spinach for you this spinach for you. Those are all your ridiculous questions where he replaced the word spinach hopefully figure all out and they had some fun playing this with your kids or some elderly folks in your life. We'll be right back in just a second with the replace spinach answers. All, right here we go. Guys number one replacing that word spinach with a keyword or vice versa you know what I meant. Here's number one Charlie and the spinach factory was Charlie and the chocolate factory number one charlie and the chocolate factory number two the spinach of wrath was the famous book. The Grapes of Wrath number two, the Grapes of Wrath. Number three James and the giant spinach we replace spinach with Peach James and the giant peach another row book. Number four, a fish called spinach. Just watch this the other night HBO Max. It's Wanda. Fish called. Wanda. Great movie written by British Comedian and actor John cleese. Number five signed sealed spinach is signed sealed delivered. That is a hit song signed sealed delivered. Number six, the hunt for red. Spinach is the hunt for red. October number six although I guess you could maybe be hunting for red spinach it like whole foods or something number seven, goodbye yellow brick spinach was goodbye yellow brick road by Elton John another hit song. Number eight spinach on the COB is a nice easy one corn on the COB instead of corn on the COB, we had spinach in the COB that would be pretty gross number nine little? Spinach Arkansas is Little Rock Arkansas the capital of Arkansas and number ten Toronto Maple Spinach. The Toronto Maple leafs NHL team. For Two points this spinach for you. That was this Bud's for you a slogan from Budweiser and sort of a play on the name of this show Trivia with buds. That was my first sticker ever as a comedian in two thousand six had my my space address on it and it was me pointing on a beer bottle and it said this Bud's for you but it was spelled. With my last name is cheesy as you can imagine.
"peach" Discussed on Twinovation
"If you know what I'm saying you know what you're saying so down like a pillow. Hold uh-huh getting double sit wise the peach pit. Why isn't it called them three because the peach and has a good ring to it unlike peach pit is the name of ideas that are called the peach this call the PG do not called the peach pit wasn't. What is it called here? I don't quite remember about the peach comes. with this type of fiber inside that not only has a squish to it but also has a stretch right. I was GONNA ask about the the mouse like. Yes yes similar to that. this is actually NASA produces biot- a stressful that Ryan had again. It's almost exactly like that. You can pull in pull. You can kinda stick your energy Houghton rip right well. We don't like to use the R. Word. I don't like that word either and so you can so just around this out. You can nuzzle your head inside. I'd say if he wanted like complete darkness well. We don't like Barry your head in it depends how big your forehead you for sure when it be able to snag all the way in there with jury head or point of the pit to to get in there though you know again there you can get in there but we thought that was the big part of the draw. If you want to you can't you can't if you're not getting you know on Komo testing ause. DENVER CHILDREN PRINS pulling it down too low below the no did anyone die. Several Children Ed a lawsuit now and we're looking for some investors to help knock out some of those primary primary encountered David Baron in there of what if there is a pillow that was kind of almost like a giant football helmet that just had like a whole for your face but it was a pillow you could sleep through my click through microphone down a little bit but do you know what I'm talking about a hair type of football helmet. No it's like the football headman of Gerald's. It's like a big pillow. That's on your head like it's like it's a football pitch that in your face sticks out but it's like a big circle that your head yeah. It's like a space man. You're such a wordsmith raconteur. Don't know what that means. Storyteller wordsmith tie rack on tour are a little speller no way nine right now right right K. A. J. O. L. I. N. G. Vast aim for each beyond you know peach spitted actually already on sale and we're excited to announce that it's GonNa be nineteen ninety nine and it's something something fun we're also potentially getting our peach pit and some brick stone store so you might be seeing this a mall or airplane airplane terminal there you be on the lookout. Naggar Peach pit's out in the wild and wearing caring so. Let's end this around the horn for the peach pit chef. You're always chopping something that you know. I think it's a really really fun idea. I'm thinking laying down sideways. You can also you know. Sometimes I like to have my arm up you know and like under the pillow outlet of those pocket you know well. No it seems nice to place your hand inside warm little little. Put your hand inside the pit like that way too much. It doesn't go all the way through or any understand what this looks like. If you're saying you couldn't put your hand yeah you can put your your hands really for more putting your head in your your you know your nestling there. You know you're not really it's not you're not who are you to tell me. I have it in their product coming on coming off children dying putting maybe I WANNA put my foot in two of them to put my feet and so it squeezes my feet a little bit because maybe I had a long day and I want a little pressure on my feet. That's interesting. You're damn right. It's interesting. Dave like heads on. I love to have you in Anthony investor system. I've never seen that before. I didn't know he can do that. Sometimes we had you know bits and then daily impersonations little Russian Danish. What else can you down. I mean that was just like a muffled voice which is pretty easy. Now I can't do that. I'm sure if you guys try you could do it. Was that an impression of me that that was an impression of a toddler suffocate dumb. No you're not. I'm in David by the way I'm in. I'm in with you. I liked his idea. It's good I can always use a better pillow would suffocate me. Remember remember that gala kids used to play where you like. Do the the heavy breathing and then they'd like like squeeze your neck and you'd like pass out. It's like a middle school game. What the fact a little bit. I'm I'm Ali it a little too much. Isn't that like Oh. It's like that knockout games well. The knock game is where the stranger right great. I don't WanNa talk about breathe super heavily and then someone pretty much like stops breathing for you and you GLASCO awfully like pre time I but I did it once. Jake different shake sat on in my head for a while and I remember freak. The peach pit essentially is that's what the peach famous now. It's not what the PDF sensually is. I've been beaten around around the peach pit. It's a sex toy. It sounds like a good like a way sounds like a easy way to to double up a pillow in one one. Yes I agree. I think you keep it simple like that. It's like it's like a clam. Shell almost yeah yeah yeah. You should've called it the clamp fill the opportunity the pitch perfect so thank you. David that was great. How does pan. He's my move Stash Shield little brother. He's got an angular. Ah He's got strong. Personalities got the Sky Blue Eyes and those Harry Potter Dragon Rin Glasses Jeffy the best you out for us guys. What's The you know. Maybe we talk about it a little too much but I was thinking. You know what this whole you. You know revolution in the in the jewel seen right okay back to jewel okay. This vape stuff is is is. I think it's going away now. Do loud you know like New York my outlaw so you're saying the vapes are going away. Are you saying the vape trouble is going away. what do you mean the vape trouble. Do you think it's GonNa be easier to pronounce or still even harder. It's going to continue to be harder right up selling them in stores than what are you going to do yeah. I guess that's true. I have my own theory about this whole thing about what's happening the Marlborough or whatever people you allow in there like shutting it down they like bought. It took it over there killing it. You're that's interesting okay so I like where your head's is because you see a lot more people since these like deaths. I Guess People Are Dying apparently from like respiratory pneumonia or something you know it's out coming out coming out where there's kids might already be sick. David seriously them for chicken pox so many more people have died right of cigarette use than jewel and so what was the big problem with Jules initially like pre. What was one of the first little strikes you know the fruity flavor fruity flavors this? Dave okay now. We have all these You know adolescence who maybe have in nicotine addiction. They're going to get their gills ripped away from them and then. Where do they go okay. They come to sink kept because they're not gonNA want. Is You know smoke that like filthy tobacco nicotiana backer. They can't go forward if you know they've never smoked. You can't go that way. What do you mean. They can't go that way they have. They have a craving which they need to you. Know I surely craving. Maybe they'll just be a rough leap for them to jump into the tobacco. I guess what I'm saying. That's not what Jeff is saying well. That's not what what I'm saying because what I'm adding to those. Cigarettes is a little plug that goes on the of the cigarettes and what that does is it has it has a flavor cell in there okay and what that does is if flavors your cigarette flavor. Ah this you know we're not saying it's four cigarettes on on the branding or the marketing. They're like fun. Little you know little breathing kind of like a like. you know a aroma into your mouth but hey it actually does oddly enough fit over that typically cigarette. That's mainly as a million dollar idea so so what's the shape of it so think of like the good like like a nut you know like like a like a screw now or like even you know like like like an eraser a little nub and not just Kinda like you pop the cigarette in and then that's kind of where your mouth that around the little like sleep you know. Maybe you know maybe like half an inch long and you know it's just like a little tuber Ed. How long does attitude burlesque Zuber last you full pack three more so three full four full four full pack flavor that it does sound like a lot how much of this caught up but if you're GONNA say. How many sips of jewel would you say you get in in a the in one cartridge one hundred ninety okay so I'd say cigarettes probably like twenty puffs right. Perhaps it's really cool not smoking anything by the way of course or inhaling anything lose your idea Jeff. We're calling it. The flavored the plug up plug the puck partner cigarette Dan Whoa and the price point again if so we do Paco four different different flavors your variety pack that will cost ten ninety nine a bad seems like cheap right. It is little chief yeah and it lasts you like one of them. lassie see like four packs so lake eighty cigarettes a variety pack four pack last you four packs. Oh I see I see I see oh okay. How does that was actually sticking into our margins. A little bit would've been very bad for us. Yeah would've been very bad to pass you know by the time that person's dead. They've only bought a couple. The couple of our flavored are flavored plaque that is fucking so chill uh-huh by these my question you know their next to that you know that they have that that powdered pill stuff at the Bodega you know exterior exterior fucking Dick Pills fucking Dick. Yeah you have it. It's it's right there on the countertop so you know we like to go right above the cigarettes..
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"Dot i'm going to talk about is it kinda that not the biggest fan of in so something not i will say is branding doesn't matter when you make a crappy products branding does not matter when you have a crappy service is completely irrelevant if you don't do what you set out to do and without with other coming and going to be talking about is drop box so drop boxes they file sharing service similar to google drive or things like that i have been doing a lot of you know shooting as always 4 k footage uploading four k footage downloading 4 k footage to online and my main means of doing that is google drive now it has just fit into my work flow but before that i used drop box untel it led me to the point where i wanted to throw my computer out of the window oh my goodness i i mean this is a railing on drop box thing but just a few reasons why i don't like it one it's not similar to a few we're navigating around your computer with files so whether you're on a pc or amac when you grab a file you grab it if you wanna graham mourie you'd you press schiff tune you grabbed five below and the net grabs all of those files so just the normal way of grabbing and moving and sharing files that applies the same and google drive to where you can write click things there's functions that does not apply to google dr okay so that's one reason why i don't like it and number two is just the fact that it does not upload things in a timely manner i'll try to upload a file that's that's maybe like one gig say it's one gay i'll get a thing that says a ten hours remaining what.
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"It's probably the scariest thing in this world to do but you cannot have to think to yourself what's the worst that could happen especially with people who you don't really know the worst that could happen is you have a really awkward conversation and you wanna crawl up in a hole in just die for two seconds but that feeling goes away trust me i understand the awkwardness but it goes away you move on with your life but think about what would have happened if you did not go up to that person or did not get that twitter handle of your now vff or business partner or cofounder you just never know so be bold my friends and we are going to end off this daily peach today with a colin from the last episode i was asking about home products do you own a amazon alexa or a google home because last episode was all about the new releases that google released you can listen to the last episode if you have not got a chance but let's listen to what you guys had to say i heard you want people to colon if he had any experience using go home or amazon alexa i have one of each anz whoa what's the no yes through who's listening um but for the most part it's bad relief you're talking about privacy is a weird situation um i don't think amazon a group were to come after me river on duty being weird uh but i i prefer the experience of go home i can send over videos tumor comcast which tv youtube networks i can ask you if i could modify dog can eat apples dogs should have died from eating something if i'm going to die from eating the weekold chicken it's awesome um really really use it works for us can the weather in surely north alliance.
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"So number five is when you are meeting someone he may not have known before so this is the follow up what do you want to happen after you meet this person now for my case today i met a writer who wrote my favorite show ever now you kind of have to gauge situation i don't i don't want anything or need anything from him i don't want to write screenplays or go into hollywood so that was just a very genuine hey i love what you do i appreciate it thank you for existing and walk away if we weren't in airport lounge maybe i would have asked for a selfie but you kinda just have to gauge the situation but for the people who you want to continue the conversation with think about where you are represented best on what are you going to give them your card with your website on it are you going to ask them just for their twitter maybe you can follow each other and twitter and then slide into the deums may be instagram or you just want to be bold and go for that phone number but keep in mind if you ask for the phone number they really have no context other than the conversation that you just had that's why i definitely prefer something like twitter that is my go to i don't even carry around business cards if i want to continue a relationship with someone and business automatically it's you have a twitter put it in your twitter than you can keep up with their latest work what they think of donald trump because you know people are always tweeting about him and you can continue accordingly but always have that followup step if you need it so number six in the last thing when going up to strangers who you don't know but you want to meet you have some that context as just do it.
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"I got a text from the thai lopez oh my gosh from fan growing so hard no he sends these people who are stupid enough to attend one of his influence her party's which was me once in my life will probably never happen again be out won't happen again he gets all of your information and then spans you spans your phone spams your email address that you gave him just very very exciting exciting stuff but i hope you enjoyed that topthree three tweets segment now we're going to get into this google events i am a iphone user but i am very curious where everyone else is doing samsung google because all of a sudden i want the mall guys i want a google pixel phone and to me i think it's the purest wage to experience the android operating system since google owns android so enjoy this kind of recap in my opinions of the google event i produce this episode alongside with my friend at be pow 33 on instagram he is a very talented creator director and choreographer who lives in new york city and as a dear friend of mine so enjoy this episode of the daily peach september october november all these companies early seeing the latest in greatest tech just in time for you to snatch showed up for the holiday season yes we'll spend all the money highs new is apple unveiled the new apple tv apple watches the new iphone eight x recently quick sino love you guys have been asking sarah you cops the iphone eight does that mean you're skipper not on the x no i address i for some reason i'm anticipating i'm going to have to wait for the iphone x.
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"It's hard to control and as people are sharing everything online people are more thirsty than ever for privacy and when you hear the government's spying for the government doing this or that and there's a lot of government overreach highlighted on the strike mentoring it makes you to start to wonder and they're really it opens up this world for a new need and it's the need of private privacy ends does that even exist i don't know and so that is something that is kim dotcoms next venture so it's basically mega video or mega upload version to which i'm actually going to talk about end tomorrow's podcasts and make sure to come back four of the daily peach but an interesting kind of parallel thing that happened in the bitcoin world that is talked about ally in the documentary being he on bitcoin is the bit instant ceo charlie schramm he got arrested two years of probation for a similar things a bit instant is a exchange platform for bitcoin so basically you use it to buy sell and trade cryptocurrency by it charlie dot arrested because someone was using his services to uh sell drugs and weapons and just crazy crap on this thing called the silk road anz somehow on the government figured out that charlie like new that this was happening and they basically arrested in a suit charlie because he knew um will not he knew but basically there are saying on because his services were used for the so he was caught for like monning it will money laundering an interesting.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm hello my internet hands welcome to another episode of the daily where we talk about all things creativity tack and entertainment today i am very excited to share something that has just hopped on my radar in the past two days i have been increasingly interested in cryptocurrency in bitcoin chain a therion what does that mean for our future what is the point of decentralised currencies and honestly that could make up an entire week of podcasts which oh my gosh such as part of my head like maybe do a a weeklong educational series on bitcoin or something because i definitely do not know close to everything there is to know and so i am learning as i go and i can't remember who said it is either like vote rob conner tim ferriss fancy fancy entrepreneur people no is derek sieverts uh he said the best time to teach something is right after you learned because you remember what it was like to not no that information sometimes when you know something so me teaching how to expose exposed properly on a camera might not be as clear as if i explained it three years ago when i was learning not um and that's actually when i did if you look up all the youtube videos there probably very helpful because i remembered what it felt like to not no that information and i think that's the smartest time too.
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"This article continues to save him the federal reserve bank of new york recently reported that forty four percent of recent college grads are under employing thus only slightly more than half of our contemporaries actually hold jobs that require a degree in the rest of us are baristas at starbucks and folding sweaters i'd j crew so yes i would say that looking at those numbers it is in fact a fact that we can't find jobs this cannot be attributed to laziness or lack of ambition they're simply are not any jobs worthy of someone with a college education so that is an an x her other article called five truths about millennials from post crowd problems dot com and oh i i think that says ally and it touches on the thing that people always say about millennials being lazy and lack ambition which i think is very untrue and i think like with any generation it depends on the person i'm sure in every single generation there are people with ambitions there are lazy people there are mean people there are nice people but anyway back to the point this idea that all of these people or underemployed and you went and you spent all this time in all this effort in all this money on a college debris that you end up not needing now one side of that is you never you never know in life i'm sure college brings tons of experiences and you need amazing people you take classes that you never think would have an impact on your life that they do so maybe you're working that starbucks barista job and you're working at one year in your heating it but maybe one of your regular customers as someone who is a ceo at a business that you might have a future and i don't i don't know like all i know is that you getting out there and doing something even if it is a barista job at starbucks and you're thirsty near hungry for more i think the craziest opportunities can come at the most random times but that's a quick site of the whole the slick the positive side of.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm guys welcome to another episode of the daily peach righthook all things creativity and entertainment and tack and life and what's going on in the world i hope you're having a fantastic day to you here in new york out their sirens are going i am officially back in new york city wow that's a really loud siren officially back in new york city i just came back from california i was in california for three weeks and i adventure to texas for a nother week so i've been gone for a month and i really enjoyed spending time with john in california and taken awesome pick salang highway 1 and exploring that beautiful beautiful stay and then i got to see all of my family my grandparents aunts and uncles my cousins my cousins babies so many babies that was quite enjoyable and then i got to catch up with high school friends which which was good men on back in the city ready for the hustle i am so beyond overwhelmed with all over after do but i'm excited to dive in so in the middle of all this work i've been filming new videos and excited for things to come but one of the videos is i'm talking about a mile lending holes and why why are millennials thought were first i feel like it's every single article you see nowadays whether it's business insider washington post buzz feet will buzzfeed isn't gonna say millennials allures because millennials are the only people who read buzzfeed.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm oh guys how're you doing is he'll grocer welcome to another episode of the daily peach i have been listening to your call ends soon opinions about the taylor swift song and she actually just release the music video at the mtv awards i think about an hour ago i watched it with jeannie my mom and it was actually amazing it was so well diana like always but it was almost she made it in a way where she was almost like making fun of herself which was good because you know a lot of people make fun of tease was all but then as also listening to your feedback on the episode that i made about youtube and just how i was feeling a few days ago and kind of the uncertainty about everything you start doubting yourself if you know one or two videos just don't do well and it seems like the world is over and really sniffly right now have you can't tell an and i've been hanging out in taxes which is terrible my allergies start off with but i also have two cats here um at my parents house and so i don't do even though in love cats guys i love cat so much um i don't do too well with the hair and i might go as far as say i'm slightly allergic to them which is so sad 'cause i love free creatures so much so i sound a little stopped up it's not the best for podcasts her talking to you in just via audio.
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"As well as the albums were reviewed on her instagram so in order to understand the significance of the snake it's guys it goes deep it goes really deep and why this album is going to be a very intense album probably pointing the finger is tied a lot of people with similarities gene ended way back in two thousand nine with all of the drama began if you don't care about taylor swift or pop culture or their drama it's okay you know i actually i respect you you you can follow up on things on tomorrow's the daily peach but let's just hop right into this to enter the via maize the video music awards two thousand nine when swiss video from love story beat beyonce's single ladies when that happen kanye west jumped up on stage an interrupted heard during her acceptance speech here's passing it seem like the two have made up those is fine rain everyone was talking about it but it seemed like they moved on meanwhile a feud brood between taylor swift in katy perry when a group of dancers lifts swift word should join perry's in 2013 swift publicly called perry out accusing her of poaching the dancers this feud inspired the song bad blood on swiss last album 1989 as well as perry's recent single swish swish which she just let out that music video for swish swish which is really hard to say by the way and it is memed out of the max guys it's like a youtube video and i did like katy perry is recent album not much but this music video was so enjoyable for me you have to go watch it she even did the space name where like you fall in the air and then you freeze and in space comes behind you and it's like bambi on netanyhau new that was in there see you need to go watch hurry now and that is why i'm not a singer so now back to kenya.
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"I don't know i just feel like back in the day a few moved far away from your family would have really really been isolated you know what i mean yeah i never thought about so that's why i've only i mean i've never lived more than except for college i'm never lived more than sixty miles away from my parents but you're probably one of the ones who got a far this away from your on a brother my sister still live there right in whether foreign name was crazy i've never thought did you ever have a thing in your brain that was it was ever like uh would be cool check out this place or something now i mean honestly know and and you know like when you decided moved in nashville that just about killed that he bill he just could not believe that evils my grandfather yeah that you wanted to move that far away and then when he moved to new york good grief for it so it's a for it adam she's to different mindset from you know 'cause really both my parents both the my appearance their family grew up in you know the weather for texas area so i really and truly was the first person to move out of weather for and to give some contacts weatherford it is no longer a small town but it when you were going out there was a very yeah it's outside fort worth oust fort worth area and it was a very small town everyone knew everything your family's like jordan family yeah yeah pretty much everyone knew them very small town yeah yeah i mean i would say because i bet a lot of the people who keep up with peach staff are trim ages eighteen to like 26 or thirty i think malik say.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm hello my internet france welcome to another the daily peach all about creativity entertainment except tre all things internet i hope you're having a fabulous day i am still out here on the west coast in los angeles california i just got done with a pretty awesome a little california coast trip i went to santa barbara and then why am i am plinking carmel i went to on kind of san francisco it was a old lovely time i posted in my loss video from it today at has all the vibes california is very beautiful an easy to capture beautiful stuff i took out the drone so much i cannot believe i went almost three months with outta drunk after i crushed it at playlists live that was terrible that was so tragic um but i'm so stove that you guys enjoyed yesterday's episode about sofia amoruso and md new media company she is starting i listen to your collins if you're listening on anchor so i hear you and today's episode is all about one question that someone asked via colin hey sarah this is anna here i remember when you were a big day leave logger at the time you were posting every day about what you were up to where you were going in your featuring our friends as well so i was wondering how did that time affect your friendships because i'm guessing if everyone who was subscribe to your channel was seeing what you are up to how does that affect your friendship because a big part of friendships is you meet someone you tell them okay i'm going through this decision that um.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm hello my internet friends welcome to another episode of the daily peach where i talk about all things tech creativity and entertainment my name is sarah dietschy rands with peachy today we are talking about media companies it seems to be the thing the thing right now everyone has one when you think of media companies what do you think i automatically go to the man himself casey nice stat who originally found in a company called beam on it started as an app started as a tech company but now it is definitely geared more towards a media company after cnn bought them out so they do have some unique tech and apps coming along but people are calling it kind of the next vice maybe for a younger generation which gets me excited but again everything seems to be around media companies everyone it's the new company it's the new stirred up so far we hope and two things i just want to thank my friend india's she works vein or talent i interview her in today's episode you can follow her on the twitter an instagram at heart bread and also my friend brandon at be pow thirty three on instagram he helped me produce this episode media companies companies could goodness so it seems like everyone starting a media company leading us to not even really know what that term means i feel like is it just a business.
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"I'm a big fan of dili pooch let me just say that and if you're not listening daily each on the daily and listen i you're missing out like all right thanks her they but it was so great to talk to mike i am a true believer thought audio is this next ways and i think a lot of people are going to become consumers a podcast every single day you know the people in my life my mom my dad my brother that still such a foreign concept that expecially as things just begin to become so integrated into our cars in her phones and air pods and wireless listening devices and the things our homes i think um music in podcasting in audio is just going to be everywhere i so peaches him thank you so much for listening to this and i want to ask you a question why do you love podcast please let me know by calling into my station on anchor in your response could be featured any next episode why do a podcast a navy let me know what is a podcast that you are enjoying right now social thanks to my friend brennan for having produce two days episode we're are constantly bouncing around articles on with each other and trying to find things an interesting topics to bring to you guys so if you have anything that you find interesting or maybe is hitting the news that you want me to talk about hit up be pal tweets at b p o w t.
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"The podcast you're about to hear was made with anchor make your on podcast for free at anchor dot fm hello internet friends welcome to the daily peach hosted by me sarah dietschy daily podcast about creativity tech entertainment an business i am stoked for today's episode because we're talking about why the heck did i even start a podcast and about how audio is taking the media world by storm maybe this is the first podcast you've listened to or among the dozens in near subscription feed but there is no doubt that podcast have exploded in the last few years me personally i've always been a music person i am really wasn't any podcasts world until a few months ago when i was like sarah maybe you should pause the music listening just a little bit and kind of have some productive listening i got into startup podcasts and also rico decode and i was amazed because i set aside a 45minute window or an hour of a day were i could passively new know cleaner do something but also listen to these episodes had a lotta substance i could learn and that really opened up my eyes to podcasting it all really began with the massive success of docudrama cereal and caused all types of creators from journalists to artists who athletes to get in on this podcast in game major media companies and brands have taken notice is walls podcasts can be understood as the last frontier of digital media as matt lever cofounder of gimlett media one of the major players in the podcasting industry popular for podcast like started up in homecoming has said.