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Sony Introduces Two New "Crystal LED" Modular Direct View Display Systems
"But sony did announce it will start selling modular micro. Led displays as part of its crystal led line that can be used as digital movie sets the newly announced be series panels offer anti reflective coating and eighteen hundred minutes of brighton unspent support for high frame rates and three d. I know so any plans to release the panels in the summer. No pricing announced. Just get probably not gonna be all that cheap but still pretty cool displays like this have been used for series like the mandalorian for example. They offer an advantage over green screens because they provide their own light and their own cheating. So if you don't get a green reflection on an actors helmet then you don't have to digitally wipe it out later. You just get a reflection on whatever's in the digital screen itself so these are for companies that want to shoot video this is not gonna be sold to the general public it probably gonna be pretty pricey to But everybody who's you know raved over watching the behind. The scenes of the mandalorian at that display has been. We had a visual effects artist on our art week last year. Who was saying. I already asked me if they can do that well. She's going to get more request now because they can actually have another place to buy the hardware. it's going to be a pretty penny. There's obviously a lot of pretty pennies in the world. Then specifically people that want to not only recreate a that as a movie set but also as an experience part of what has made the mandalorian special is because the actors say and there's great dialogue. Look it up of of noted eccentric and season one cast member burner just going on and on about how amazing it was to shoot in a set that looked like this fantasy world like it allowed all the actors to get into their roles more so than just acting on a blue green screen and i would imagine that if you want to impress people that are going to have a similar experience or at least the desired abbas similar experience. Even if you're not shooting on it or maybe you're you're just taking pictures and videos for more casual experience. I think this is going to sell as far as the crazy screens that we see it. Cas which is normally just. You know a huge monitors. You're going to see it stadiums or something like that. This seems like a border of practical version and then putting that in enables it's actually a really smart and very very useful development in in cinematography in shooting just productions because allows very quick turnaround times. Their stuff you don't have to post like no post effects. You need to do like out of the green screen. There's a ton of other examples like that and you make mazing use of space. I mean the mandalorian shoots on three sets and they have these walls and allows them to get so much more. It's real shoot on location. Roger the baby yoda or can. Never perot grew okay. Sounds like a putty product. It's it's that israel that israel
Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness
"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call
Google Workers Launch Union To Press Grievances With Executives
"A group of over two hundred alphabet. Workers announced the formation of the alphabet. Workers union these workers committed to setting aside one percent of yearly compensation to union dues. These include contract workers temps and vendors which make up more than half of all workers at alphabet companies. As of september thirtieth. Two thousand twenty alphabet employed one hundred and thirty two thousand one hundred twenty one people. The union will be chaired by google software. Engineers perot cole and chewy shaw in the new york. Times op-ed information of the union. Coal and shaw said google's contract with the pentagon to use a in project naven the firing of a researcher timid gebru and forced for claims of sexual harassment as alphabet management ignoring the concerns of workers in the op-ed. The union pledged live by google's former motto. Don't be evil.
Interview With Joe Petro CTO and EVP of R&D at Nuance
"Joe. Petro welcome to the voice podcast. Thanks to be here. Glad to have you really cited for me to get someone from nuance particularly. Who's been there as long as you have. a dominant name and the voice of the i industry over decades and things are a little different. Now because there's also other big names in this space i think there was a long time when nuance only big name. And the voice. Today i space but we we have some other household names that creep into the conversation from time to time. So i've been looking forward to this for a long time. Why don't you tell people just to get started a little bit about who you are what you do on a regular basis day-to-day basis in nuance. Sure so on the chief technology officer of nuance and i've been here for about twelve twelve years or so. When i came in joined the organization. I was coming criminal Medical record bender company. And and i joined a nuance to basically run research and development for healthcare and i think that division at that point in time with something like i want to say two hundred two hundred twenty million or something like that in revenue you know after the last twelve years on that now be close to a billion dollars in five hundred hundred dollar enterprise organization as as well which show. We'll talk about but see. Te'o i'm responsible for all of the products and all the technology and all the research you know that. That nuance does both amana prized healthcare side. And really over the course of the last two years i transitioned from healthcare. Are the svp to the cto a. We pulled it everything our company together and when we When we did that a lot of it's kind magic started to happen. You know we made a lot of progress. You know both Both in the market as well as you from an innovation point of view. So it's been a super exciting a couple years you know as a cto. I basically lead the entire organization. So we worry about you. know how. Innovate and wood products. Bring to market in you. Know how talking to the market our creating messages around the product. How the products connect with you know the value propositions we spend our money as well at the at the same time so this kind of operational responsibility as well. It's been a good ride less twelve years. Yeah i think about it as as looking at your background you are you as an iraqi i think originally and there's not a lot of people i mean in your role. Who have mechanical background. Usually it's doubly computer science something related to that occasionally linguists So so that was low surprising. So how did you get from a mechanical engineer earlier. In your career. What you're doing back into that like full software into eclipses. Emr like a graduated from chemical engineering in the early nineties and And i was graduating in boston. It's kinda distress market at that moment. A moment in time in i was really fascinated with computer aided engineering so the application of computers to really hard engineering problems time. A company called electron data systems was was hiring. It was ross perot company. They had they had a program called c. Four technologies and basically what they did is they. They lived with general motors a michigan in all over the world and they did all of their it but they also did all of the computer aided engineering finding element. Analysis computers factor. It was a it was very much like an inflection. Point because compute was just getting to the point where it's becoming super powerful. So cad system solid modeling So i immediately kind of went out of school in directly directly into that and i was using computers to solve really hard mechanical engineering problems. In really what happened was i got a. I finally got involved in software companies involved with the application engineering. Some leaders in those companies realized. I could talk to clients so i spent a lot of time to doing that. And then you know it's just it feels like it's been a twenty five year journey journey. is kind of really really quickly. I just kind of progressed and kinda migrated up through you know. Increasing levels of responsibility you know had the lucky app stance of running some really really big organizations which eventually position me for you know for roles like this kind of interested in your your time and eclipses to media bars evolved for certain since since you were there obviously was in it was a really dynamic time when you were there to fifteen years ago You know what are your thoughts about how that space has evolved electronic medical records for those who are listening or ernest space. How that's evolved over time because we've got a couple of big players spent some really big concentration of some players but then there's all these satellite systems of engagement and specialty assistance. Which what are your thoughts. On that general. I think in some ways things have come a long way in in some ways. They're very kind of the same I got to be honest with you that that role that i took there when they called me i was actually in a in a distress. Kinda startup company that we we were turning around. And you know when i got the call was an odd call because i didn't know anything about healthcare at the time and they convinced me co executives. They are in the board of directors. Convince me oh you don't need to know much about healthcare. We need some the deliver good product. And i didn't know this at the time but it was. The a lot of people were kind of recycling their way through like healthcare's small community and yes it basically convinced me like we've interviewed everybody. We know who's out there. We need some of outside the industry. We'll teach you healthcare.
Joe Petro CTO and EVP of R&D at Nuance talks about his role at the company
"Why don't you tell people just to get started a little bit about who you are what you do on a regular basis day-to-day basis in nuance. Sure so on the chief technology officer of nuance and i've been here for about twelve twelve years or so. When i came in joined the organization. I was coming criminal Medical record bender company. And and i joined a nuance to basically run research and development for healthcare and i think that division at that point in time with something like i want to say two hundred two hundred twenty million or something like that in revenue you know after the last twelve years on that now be close to a billion dollars in five hundred hundred dollar enterprise organization as as well which show. We'll talk about but see. Te'o i'm responsible for all of the products and all the technology and all the research you know that. That nuance does both amana prized healthcare side. And really over the course of the last two years i transitioned from healthcare. Are the svp to the cto a. We pulled it everything our company together and when we When we did that a lot of it's kind magic started to happen. You know we made a lot of progress. You know both Both in the market as well as you from an innovation point of view. So it's been a super exciting a couple years you know as a cto. I basically lead the entire organization. So we worry about you. know how. Innovate and wood products. Bring to market in you. Know how talking to the market our creating messages around the product. How the products connect with you know the value propositions we spend our money as well at the at the same time so this kind of operational responsibility as well. It's been a good ride less twelve years. Yeah i think about it as as looking at your background you are you as an iraqi i think originally and there's not a lot of people i mean in your role. Who have mechanical background. Usually it's doubly computer science something related to that occasionally linguists So so that was low surprising. So how did you get from a mechanical engineer earlier. In your career. What you're doing back into that like full software into eclipses. Emr like a graduated from chemical engineering in the early nineties and And i was graduating in boston. It's kinda distress market at that moment. A moment in time in i was really fascinated with computer aided engineering so the application of computers to really hard engineering problems time. A company called electron data systems was was hiring. It was ross perot company. They had they had a program called c. Four technologies and basically what they did is they. They lived with general motors a michigan in all over the world and they did all of their it but they also did all of the computer aided engineering finding element. Analysis computers factor. It was a it was very much like an inflection. Point because compute was just getting to the point where it's becoming super powerful. So cad system solid modeling So i immediately kind of went out of school in directly directly into that and i was using computers to solve really hard mechanical engineering problems. In really what happened was i got a. I finally got involved in software companies involved with the application engineering. Some leaders in those companies realized. I could talk to clients so i spent a lot of time to doing that. And then you know it's just it feels like it's been a twenty five year journey journey. is kind of really really quickly. I just kind of progressed and kinda migrated up through you know. Increasing levels of responsibility you know had the lucky app stance of running some really really big organizations which eventually position me for you know for roles like this
Alex Padilla to become California's first Latino senator, replacing Harris
"California governor gavin newsom has appointed california's secretary of state. Alex padilla to replace vice president-elect kamala harris in the us senate padilla will make history as the first latin next senator to represent california state with a population. That's forty percent latin x. He was first elected to public office at twenty six years old. When he joined the los angeles city council he went on to serve two terms in the state senate followed by two terms as the state secretary of state. Alex padilla is the son of mexican immigrants and video. Posted by governor newsom to twitter. Padeas talked about how his family's background has shaped his political. Work can tell you how many pancakes my dad flip through egg scrambled. Try to provide for us sir. In many many years my mom cleaning house the same. So i i try so hard to make sure that our democracy is as inclusive in california's we built in to help a important perspective to washington. Alex padilla is a close ally of governor gavin newsom. He has not taken a public stance unpopular progressive issues. Such as medicare for all. The green new deal abolishing ice. That's immigration customs enforcement for more on his appointment. We go to los angeles where we're joined by fernando guetta. He's a professor of political science at loyola marymount university where he's also director of the center for the study of los angeles. We welcome you to democracy now. Professor get it. It's great to have you back after a number of years. Can you start off by talking about the significance of this appointment and who alex and who. Alex padilla is someone you've known for many many years. Well obviously the significant is very historic and symbolic that latinos. Now have this position. There's been tremendous amount of latino political mobilization. And you've seen latino mayors like antonio viragos lieutenant governor secretary of state mike. But the you've seen latinos be the head of the legislature speaker or as president pro. Tem of the senate. Republican the only positions that latinos having gained in modern times as the us senate which they've never held in california and governor. There wasn't latino governor back in the eighteen seventies but this is really a reflection of the historic importance of latinos also politically. You know we think about forty percent of the population and they're also a significant number of the electric. It is because a lot tino political mobilization that california is deeply blue without that innovation california would be purple and maybe even read and we're changed the whole dynamics of national politics. I remind people that for many presidential elections. Republicans won california. It wasn't until nine hundred ninety. Two democrats started winning and berry winning because of we all know the. Ross perot factor there. But after that really dependent on the latino vote and latino vote is the backbone of california being democratic which becomes the backbone of the democrats having a chance in the electoral college is so historic to historic significance but also political significance
Why VanEck Got Into Esports ETFs
"What was the genesis of vanak deciding. They wanted to get into gaming sports right. Like when you're doing a million other kind of sectors sectors like how did that come about and twenty eighteen. You know when. We're when we're thinking about an i'm speaking from my corporate hat. You know where you're thinking about how we're gonna watch on what's focus on. There's so many different things you can do so many opportunities out there right so and dematic. Ets are really hot right now. So demand etf is when you busy are not arbitrarily what you come up with. The new games are a great investment idea or Healthcare whatever it is. This is a good idea. So we're going to build an index around so there's a lot of market research that goes into what's out there now like i mentioned there was one other huge job right now. We know what we want back in eighteen. That's not really that crowded so zone. In other areas there might be seventy eight yes right. So how many other guys are playing this story. what's the competition. And then maybe there's five or ten five or six s out there and they're not really bringing in a lot of money right so you could be like a spivey jobs out there. They had their big mama five years ago. Nothing's happening to them right now for the game was just like right place right time. There was an energy. I don't know if you recall back and so we really started getting going. I would say mid year end at second quarter. Two thousand and eighteen or night creates right. Now that's basinger. Espn dot com people. Being like wait a minute. This guy's a millionaire playing video games so when you see something happening like that as organic energy that's just kind of in the ecosystem and how two thousand eighteen once for video you just. It's just a business know. It's a combination of great great timing perfect Factors that are going on. Where's the energy going. And he just kind of turned right away. That that's how i would see it. I mean i suppose to think about right that major appearing on tv right like ends up creating a financial financial products like way over here read lack. The effect of his stardom in that in that year and sort of his rise had all these other sort of add on consequences that we don't even think about a hundred percent. And i think it goes a lot to the peter listening advanced than what you know right. So when you have people who are investment professionals and people who are investing. Let's say thirty five to sixty right so they have kids right so you have and their kids spending all the money a fortnight watching twitch watch union all so it's where their kids are talking about it now it's on the front page of the wall street journal on espn dot com. So it's like what's going on here and it kinda kinda gives people off. So that's what i mean. When i said over the last few years we've gone from people being like what's going on here to be like okay. This is this is real sock going away in. We're we categorize it as kind of a long term structural perot's industry his. There's a lot going on. You've got strong revenue growth as you know you got crazy userbase growth and i think what a lot of people don't understand it is not just twelve year olds fifteen-year-olds plan with her parents credit cards. He's a thirty five year olds. Who had jobs and make connor thousand dollars a year and they spend a lot of money only And you guys know that. I think a lot of people don't so that there's that it's it's been really long. Don't don me all my wife any of this j patient in the same boat too. I be a grandma again. Don't don't let her steve. My cosmetic digital item spent firmly hidden in this family. A song on cad. How much i had already know. Honey valve is
Dallas Perot Museum Awarded Nearly $500k CARES Act Grant to Help North Texas Kids
"A Dallas based Paro museum was awarded close to half a million dollars to help with covert 19 relief efforts. Katherine's Dennison with the Perot Museum says they will use the funds to deliver stem education to 45,000 Children in North Texas is most underserved communities were hopeful these engagements will provide the spark that might inspire a child, too. Suis them career and some day become our next generation of science leaders, she says. The grant is allowing them to adapt their tech truck program for socially distance events and virtual learning. Cat bones iron W B AP News TEXAS
First impressions: new iPhone 12 Pro
"Slash talking. I happen to have one of those new iphone twelve's in my hand and my friend rich demure. Oh, he's got one too and I really wanted to compare notes with him now that the phone which will actually be out on Friday October twenty third but we got some sneak peeks at it. I been fun primarily with the camera that is the number one selling point. It's a little Zippier just a little dip. You're at least as far as I'm concerned rich who has also written. A book about the Iphone, what are your thoughts so far? Well, I love of the design that is my favorite part of this, but it's it's very true. It reminds me of an old iphone I can't remember if it was like the five or the four, but it has a very retro designed that I really like and I prefer this more squared off kind of edges versus the much more rounder design they've been going with in recent years and I also like the size of the. I've I've got the the twelve and the twelve perot, not the Max not the many and they're both identical in size and I really liked the size of the six point one inch screen. Yeah. It was the first thing that I you can't. You can't help but notice his. Wow, it feels different. It looks different. It feels boxing not as not as rounded. It's not going to matter to most people because there's going to be a case on it and they'll never know, right. I think that's so funny and there's there's a couple of nuances with the case situation. So on the pro, the back is much more matt and it doesn't pick up fingerprints but the sides on that phone pick up a lot of fingerprints on twelve the back picks up a ton of fingerprints but the sides don't pick up any fingerprints but again, the first thing that ninety nine point, nine percent of people. Do, is put their phone in the case and so none of that's going to matter and even the color you get and the styling unless you get a see-through case, it's all fine. Now as far as speed goes mice linked TV APP opened in one second versus two seconds on the previous phone, and that's been about on par. I don't think most people will see the speed. Have you seen the speed? I I think that it's going to be Zippier I. Mean Apple historically their processors I think are the best on smartphones. They're very, very fast and they don't make a big deal about how much ram is in the phone with android phones. It's all about the specs this you just know it's going to perform really well. Doesn't perform really well for the first year. It performs really well for like a couple years you know, and so even my pro Max. It's still doing pretty good my eleven and but I have noticed a little hesitation here and there with the software So I'm I'm ready for the newer speed. It's the camera cameras that while it camera is advertised as being way better in low light I went into the closet and I closed the door practically the entire way leaving just a crack open. So I get a little hint of light and it's night and day I mean the shots I did on the eleven are totally black and the shots I did on the twelve look like lit lights Ms Amazing Wow that is amazing and there's much more you can do with the cameras. Including the front and the back cameras, the wide angle camera is also better improved. I have not had a chance to play with the cameras in various low lighting situations just yet, but that is always the reason why people want to upgrade its really the camera for me. Personally, it's always the camera. Video do a lot of photos. So if I can get even you know ten percent better camera situation out of this phone to me it's worth it. Now I think for the rest of folks that are you know they got a phone in the past two or three years To me, it's almost more annoying to have to switch everything over right. You gotta switch over your whole case in your accessories, and this is what the accessory. You're not switching over you're buying all new. At this point? Yeah. So you are buying all new because you've got to get new a new adapter if you don't have USB see. I did think the box was interesting I. I can't believe how tiny the boxes I know.
2020 NHL free agency tracker
"Agent signing day. It's going to be really interesting to see what teams out there are trying to navigate this new cap situation. You know the internal caps that a lot of teams they're gonna have. It's going to be very interesting to see if players Free agents out there. Take deals. Quickly because they just want to make sure that they have deals. You know, a secure deal for themselves like I think there could be a little bit of panic this year. What? We don't have that courting period anymore, right where teams used to be able to talk to potential Yueh Fei for four or five days before July. 1. Obviously we're not July 1, where October 9th. But still that that time period is is not allowed anymore. Now do general manager and agent Talkabout it? Absolutely. They find a way to To mention something without really mentioning anything, and you're going to get some deals at 12 05 and 12 10 and 12 30 today that you're gonna be on is this guy's signing. Five minutes into free agency, a four year contract, right that's gonna happen, But I believe there is gonna be AA lot of players either are going to be very patient. Because they're one they're gonna want to really consider everything that's in front of them. Are there going to be a bunch of panic? Perot's out there that are going to be jumping at the first offer Day God Because they are worried that it may not be there by one o'clock or by two o'clock this afternoon because somebody else will have snack that offer. Yeah, and I and I think I think that you're gonna have a lot of that this year. Marty, I think there's gonna be a lot of you called them panic, Paros. I'm not sure what that means, but there's gonna be a lot of guys out there. So we see Kevin Weeks on NHL network, always as the week see ism, and he mixes in a name of a player with something he wants to say. So we always used like when guys panic. We use Yannick Paro and we say panic parole, So, Yeah, You know it. Well, yeah, Nick. No panic. He was He had ice in his veins. Yannick Parole. I played with him for a couple years in Montreal. And, yeah, Ah faceoff specialist and I think that's the analogy you're using is Yannick. No panic, Paro, but I do believe in this year. With the circumstances that are out there. I think there's going to be a lot of agents that represent players. And once you have deals that go out, I think teams they're very smart. They're going to say here is the offer. It will be off the table in two hours. So you either take it or we were moving on to the next person. I think you're going to see some panic signings and it should be very interesting today. Instigators
"perot" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Plans and went on the attack against his opponents. But the infomercials gained far more attention Perot's unique performance style than his actual policies. We will not bring you one of those thirty minute commercials entitled Chicken Feathers Deep Voodoo and the American dream. Now, before I start I have to use a boost take again. And it's not completely inappropriate because the first time boy I ever went to Arkansas we went to the alligator farm. And this is a simulated alligator claw on blue steak. Reminds me my first despite Perot's ubiquitous appearances on TV. His newly relaunched campaign couldn't find the momentum. It had early on in the race an opinion piece in The New York Times stated Perot's chances of winning are much less than when he quit in July his only dim practical hope is to confuse and destabilize the contest beyond the infomercials. Perot made very little attempt to get in front of voters. Clay Mulford who was general counsel to the Perot Campaign, would say he wanted to do it just like he could go to the office every day run for president and go home and eat dinner. Not everyone thought campaigning was a simple nine to five with three presidential debates scheduled for October. The Clinton camp refused to let Ross Perot's return them during pros. Absence, Bill Clinton had surged in popularity. I- relentlessly hammering George, Bush on the economy and by laying out a vision for his America where the wealth gap would close and new technologies would offer opportunities for generation x as more them entered the workforce. The first of the three debates took place on October eleventh at the Washington. University fieldhouse while most believed, all three candidates made a strong showing the debate set up a pattern that would hold for. The remainder of the campaign while Clinton went after Bush. On the Economy Perot called into question Bush's spending on foreign policy initiatives and the Gulf War suddenly the war which had once been Bush's strong suit was now being used against him the one two punch Combo from Clinton and Perot left Busch beleaguered when the first obey came to a close Bush walked off the stage as the Clinton and Perot family swarmed in and celebrate it together. Ross Perot even made a point to take a picture with bill and Hillary's twelve year old daughter Chelsea Clinton who was hobbling on crutches due to a dance class injury. Second debate took place just a few days later on October fifteenth. Nineteen ninety-two at the rollins Field House in Richmond Virginia the town hall format of the debate allow Bill Clinton's casual conversational style to shine but a question George Bush took from an audience member became the main story of the night. Yes. How hasn't asked no debt personally affected each of your lives and if it hasn't, how can you honestly find a cure for the economic problems of the common people if you have no experience in what's ailing them? It wasn't Bush's response that garnered headlines while answering the question about Americans, experiencing financial strain, the president paused and glanced at his watch members the media many viewers at home took Bush's action as a sign that he was bored and uninterested in the concerns of everyday people. Some Bush supporters argued that he was simply trying to keep track of how much time he had left for his. Answer but Bush himself put that argument arrest when PBS News Anchor Jim Lehrer. Asked him about the moment the president implied he didn't want to be at the debate was. I. Glad. The Damn thing was over. Yeah. Bush. Said by the time the third debate took place just four days later on October nineteenth it seemed like you might be too late for the president to bounce back. After three solid debate performances, the Clinton team felt confident going into the final weeks of the campaign Carville and Stephanopoulos started to get downright Giddy as internal numbers. Show them winning back significant percentages of voters known as the Reagan Democrats after voting for Ronald Reagan in eighty and eighty four. Many of them had stock with Reagan's VP George. Bush eighty-eight that would not be the case this time around at the end of October Clinton his campaign and the DNC believe that there was nothing that could stop the Democrats from finally taking back the White House. But at the last minute, another potential scandal with threatened to derail the campaign put the Democrats hopes in jeopardy. It's Monday November second ninety two at Ross Perot. CHICAGO, campaign offices. It's the day before the presidential election. Steve Nari the director of Perot's annoy campaign office goes over his notes for one of the last radio appearances of the campaign. The Perot team knows they have no chance of winning but dinar he wants to highlight all of the positives his candidate brought to the race. A fellow member of Perot's Illinois leadership enters the room and drops a three inch thick folder on dinars desk you WanNa see this. Steve. Nari Scans through the mountain of papers as best he can trying to get a better idea what he's looking at where did you get this? It came anonymously. Probably from the Bush campaign. Maybe. But thought, you might WANNA. Bring it up. When you do Demont show later there's no way I could read all this verify before I go on the radio anyone could afford you mean anyone. But then Denier, he picks up the phone. What are you doing? I'm calling the Clinton campaign. To Nari Reaches Clinton headquarters and says, he wants to speak to someone confidentially communications director George Stephanopoulos takes the call George Steve Deanery. I've got a telephone books worth of pages making accusations about your candidate. I'm about to go on the radio here in Chicago. Read it to me Steve. The first part is a fact with names and addresses of women. Bill Clinton supposedly had an affair with names and addresses. Why can send you a fact with names addresses of women you've had an affair with wouldn't make a true but that's not all George. Claims in here that Bill Clinton is the father of an illegitimate black child and Danny Williams was complete bullshit. If you on the radio and say, Bill Clinton as the father of an illegitimate child. You'll be laughed at people will think you're crazy. But if you do this nobody will believe you all they'll think is your S- coming? I wouldn't do it Steve. Steve Dinara hangs up the phone. He stares at the folder. Would the information be enough to ruin Clinton at the last minute sway the election for Bush he doesn't know but he's positive. He won't be the one to put it out in the public. Steve Nari tosses the dossier into a fireplace and watches it burn. It has never been confirmed that the information sent to Steve Dinara came from the Bush campaign George Stephanopoulos. His side of the phone call would be memorialized in the war room nineteen ninety-three documentary about the Clinton campaign. As for Nari he would suggest if Stephanopoulos had said no comment or blown them off, he might have given more credence to the dossier. Stephanopoulos is strong response was enough to convince him. He wanted no part in whatever political games were being played. With the last minute scandal averted the Clinton campaign went into election day extremely confident. The American people would vote for change and on November Third Nineteen Ninety two, Bill. Clinton was elected the forty second president of the United States. He became the first baby boomer ever to hold the Office Clinton won three, hundred, seventy electoral votes and forty two point three percent of the popular vote it was by no means a mandate but he was certainly more than George W. Bush's thirty, seven percent while Ross Perot didn't win any states in the Electoral College. He received roughly nineteen percent of the popular vote the best showing by a third party candidate since Teddy Roosevelt in one, thousand, nine, twelve. Many in the Bush camp would go on to blame. Perot. For Bush's loss but according to the ALMANAC of American Politics Nine, hundred, ninety, four exit polls show that the second choice candidates Perot voters were split evenly between Bush and Clinton. The ALMANAC therefore concludes that had Mister Perot in the race Mr Clinton still would have won. The bigger concern among some of the GOP was that Bill Clinton won the state of California a Republican stronghold since the fifties Clinton also dominated among voters eighteen to twenty four and one sizably among single parents who made up a rapidly growing section of the population. Both parties new electoral map was changing and they knew they would need to adapt before the next election. Without a strong mandate Bill Clinton's first term as president would get off to a rocky start and for Clinton things would take a turn for the worse when Republicans gained control of both the house, and in the nineteen ninety-four midterms by Nineteen ninety-five many in the media would write Bill Clinton off as a one term president. But to stay on top in the nineteen ninety-six contest, the Comeback Kid would lean on a booming economy shifting demographics and his good old fashioned southern short. Next on American elections wicked game election of nineteen. Ninety six Bill Clinton bounces back from early problems in his presidency and looks to become the first two term Democratic president since Franklin Roosevelt to stop him Republicans, turn to Senator Bob Dole and tried to conjure images glorious American past that only they can bring back but Dole won't be the Democrats biggest problem with reelection on the line bill and. Hillary Clinton will suddenly find themselves at the center of Multiple Skins. Don't miss a single week of our marsh from seventeen, thousand, nine to twenty twenty hit the subscribe button and your podcast APP. Now, this show is supported by you our listeners please give us a rating, leave a review, but the single best way to help this show grow to tell others share with your friends and family. Find. 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"perot" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game
"Employees like raise us a law were the ones who convinced the crowd of Iranian revolutionaries to raid 'cause prison these eds heroes then led their American colleagues through dangerous Iranian checkpoints and barely evaded arrest on more than one occasion. Two, years later in Nineteen eighty-one, Ross Perot track down Ken Follett a well known Welsh author of thrillers and historical fiction followed accepted pros offered to turn the story of the rescue from Khazar prison into a book in nineteen three on the wings of eagles became an international bestseller and nineteen eighty six it was turned into an NBC miniseries starring Burt Lancaster Perot self-promotion coupled with the success of on the wings of Eagles allowed his version of events to overshadow any other but very different narrative came from the. US State Department and from reporters who were unwilling to take Perot at his word they suggested Perot and his people had nothing to do with the raid on Kassir prison. But that Colonel Simmons in his men simply benefited from an already volatile situation on the ground in Tehran. They also claim that their subsequent journey from Iran to Turkey was entirely uneventful regardless of the truth Ross Perot's identity as a man of action had been solidified many. American. Soft Perot is a man who would get things done unlike the government. Throughout the Nineteen Eighties Perot gained more national fame and built on his already substantial fortune at five foot five inches with large ears a distinct speaking style and a unique Texarkana dialect Ross Perot cut a memorable figure especially on television by late Nineteen Ninety Perot became a mainstay on the twenty four hour news networks own. He no longer focused his interviews on his exploits in Iran or his business ventures. He talked about the flagging US economy and the domestic policy failures of Republican President George, H W Bush Perot even started to float the idea that he might challenge. Bush. In the nineteen ninety-two election. At that point president? Bush had paid attention to the Texas. Businessman Bush had been enjoying an upswing in popularity since the initial fall of the Berlin Wall in November of nineteen, eighty nine, and while the wall would completely come down until nineteen ninety-one President Bush was already being heralded as the man who had fulfiled Ronald Reagan's promise overcoming the Soviet threat and ending the Cold War. So, as the nineteen ninety-two campaign season approached and as George H, w Bush celebrated his success on the international stage, his reelection seemed all but certain there was one major issue though the US economy was sagging this left open the door for two challengers Texas businessman Ross Perot would whip up popular support among the American middle class and a little known democratic governor from Arkansas would make the case that he was finally time for a new generation to lead the country before long president. Bush, would find himself fighting for his political life fending off attacks from both the left and the right. This is episode fifty to nineteen, Ninety, two Bush versus Clinton First Perot the baby boomer and the Independent. It's February twenty first nineteen, ninety one in the White House residence President George H W Bush sits with a member of the National Security Council Condoleeza Rice Bush and rice weighed on a call from President Mikhail Gorbachev the USSR Bush anxious. If the Soviets did their job condoleeza, we should see a swift end the fighting over there. Yes Mr. President. United States and coalition forces have been at war with Iraq, since August, of nineteen ninety following an Iraqi invasion of its oil-rich Persian. Gulf. Neighbor sovereign nation of Kuwait. The US is on the brink of victory but Bush wants confirmation that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein will accept the United States terms for ending the conflict. The Soviets have served as intermediaries between America and Iraq throughout the process. Hello Mikhail. How are you? Good morning it's morning here. I know that McCain wire you working so late. I'm always working. Bush and Gorbachev work well together and they have for decades following the opening of the Berlin Wall the two men worked together closely to help unify Germany and today Mikhail is helping Bush bring about an end to the war. Kale took Bush's terms to Saddam Hussein unconditional withdrawal of Iraqi troops from Kuwait an immediate exchange of prisoners of war. But Saddam is pushing back. George spent three hours talking to the Iraqis. They are suggesting that the release of prisoners would come after the withdrawal which they are. Now saying could take about six weeks a very candidly. We have trust any more than anything Saddam says we're convinced he's beating these prisoners there has to be an immediate release and I very much appreciate the effort you're trying to make on the time of withdrawal, but he got a hell of a lot of troops into Kuwait in just forty eight hours so they can do a lot better than six weeks. Were willing to work with him on some points but the idea that he can somehow get a victory out of a crushing defeat would be unacceptable George I understand that we are discussing an issue of great importance and that is why I'm thinking about your arguments and the most careful way. We will make your terms cleaner McHale to reassure you once more than we appreciate what you were doing. That we're determined to continue to work with the Soviet. Union when this is over. I'm sure no wins in no storm can put us off the course we've made towards cooperation I will be in touch. Thank you very much mccown. One week after the phone call with the help of the Soviets. The Gulf War. Came to an end. Desert Storm as it had come to be known would be viewed as one of the most decisive and efficient military victories in American history. The televised display of American military power bushes ability to bring together a coalition force multiple nations and his willingness to cooperate with an old foe all contribute to a massive jump in the president's popularity. At the end of the war Bush was largely viewed as a strong military leader in the man who got the Soviets to work in America's best interest. The president trump supporters said had ushered in a new. World Order and with a seemingly impossible approval rating of ninety one percent in some polls George H. W Bush spent much of nineteen ninety one as a heavy favorite to win reelection Bush's popularity kept Major Democrats like Tennessee, Senator Al Gore and new. York Governor Mario Cuomo from entering the race however, not everyone believe Bush was unbeatable at the peak of Bush's popularity following the success of the Gulf War former Republican president Richard Nixon predicted Bush would lose the election saying victory overseas wouldn't make up for a flagging economy back home Nixon wasn't alone. A Small Group of Democrats saw the same crack in President Bush's armor. On October Third Nineteen ninety-one a Little Rock Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton declared his candidacy with his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton, standing by his side for many voters. This was their first glimpse at the Clintons fresh new faces in the Democratic Party, but the Clintons had been around. Back in nineteen seventy eight bill. Clinton had gained some notoriety as the youngest governor in America the age of thirty, two, two years. Later he lost his bid for reelection and most assumed the young man would fade from the political landscape but in nineteen eighty, two Clinton mounted another campaign and reclaimed the Arkansas Governorship the win eighty two Garner Clinton the nickname, the comeback kid and soon, the southern Democrat and Rhodes scholar with the easy. Going charm caught the eye of DNC leadership in the nineteen eighty eight presidential election when Democratic Front runner Gary Hart had been forced to withdraw from the primary over salacious photo with actress, Donna, Rice the DNC had asked Bill Clinton to enter the race at the time Clinton had felt ready. But in late nineteen, ninety-one with four more years as governor under his belt, he believed it was time for him to step onto the national stage. In the nineteen eighty eight general election Democrats had watched as Republican. Political consultants like Lee Atwater and Roger. AILES systematically broke down Democratic nominee Michael Dukakis with a series of pointed attack ads and public character assassinations in an attempt to avoid a outcome in the nineteen ninety-two election the Democrats turned to their own political consultants who could counter any such attack should the Bush campaign try them again In December of Nineteen Ninety Bill. Clinton hire political strategists james the raging Cajun Carville to head of his campaign. Carvel had a reputation as being smart relentless and a man who was willing to go to war with an opponent Clinton and Carville had met in the summer of ninety one and had hit it off almost instantly they shared an easy rapport and they even had a running game of trying to out southern each other by sharing stories of their respective childhoods in Arkansas and Louisiana. CARVILLE believed that the first month of the campaign was about survival their main competition in the Democratic primary was Massachusetts Senator Paul Tsongas carvel believe that if they could raise enough money and bolster Clinton's name recognition, they had a good chance of passing song as early on in the race. Building. Campaign. Infrastructure and getting Bill Clinton in front of people was the main goal of December of ninety one. Meanwhile. Carville continued to develop a strategy for potential general election showdown with President, Bush? For, carvel, the strategy was simple one. If they got past song as and nabbed the Democratic nomination, Hammer the president relentlessly about his continued economic failures to get his point across carvel hung signs at Clinton headquarters in big bold letters, they read the economy. Stupid. James Carville and former president Richard Nixon weren't the only ones who saw the economy President Bush's Achilles heel while a number of pundits and politicians claim Bush was unbeatable after the American military victory over Iraq evidence of a rapid decline in his popularity was obvious by the end of Nineteen ninety-one America had fallen into a recession and unemployment had reached eight percent in the minds of many Americans the president had failed to address a growing economic crisis people across the country felt the sting of the recession and suddenly. Republican strongholds in the Mid West and on the West Coast seems like they might actually be in play in the upcoming election despite these glaring issues on the Home Front. George Bush still preferred to focus on foreign policy. He had even stated publicly that when it came to domestic affairs, he had trouble laying out the vision thing as he called it this admission worried his supporters and became a recurring attack from the Left Democrats claimed by his own admission George. Bush had no real plan to help struggling Americans. But unfortunately, for Bush these attacks weren't only coming from the left. One of the main reasons Bush had been put on the ticket as Ronald Reagan's running mate in the nineteen eighty election was because he was seen as a moderate who could help assuage to fear some American voters had about Reagan's conservative politics but a lot has changed in twelve years and the conservative wing of the Republican Party had grown significantly conservatives have been integral in helping. Bush win the GOP primary in nineteen eighty-eight many ways. Bush's opponents in that Primer Kansas Senator Bob Dole offered a more conservative agenda but the right wing of the party had supported Bush because his linked to president. Reagan because much of his eighty eight campaign focused on conservative economic policies. Bush had made a major campaign promise in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty read my lips no. New. But as President Bush went back on that promise and conservative started to turn on him. The frustration of the conservative wing of the GOP came clearly into view when former Nixon speechwriter and fellow Republican Pat Buchanan decided to challenge George. H W Bush, in the nineteen, ninety, two primaries while Buchanan's primary challenge posed no real threat. His Candidacy was evidence of declining support Bush within his own party. Meanwhile, Texas businessman Ross Perot watched all of this from the sidelines. He had far more money than the fledgling Buchanan campaign could ever muster and he'd already gain national notoriety from his financial success and legendary stories about his exploits in Iran. At the end of Nineteen ninety-one, the ninety one percent approval rating George H W Bush had once enjoyed plummeted to as low as twenty nine percent Ross. Perot saw his opening while he would hold off and making any official announcement for Oh, took every opportunity to go on television and talk to the American. People about all of the problems in the country he thought needed fixing how President Bush was not up to the task. In early Nineteen ninety-two George Bush's popularity.
The Perot Museum Reopens in Dallas
"Of of Nature Nature in in history history has has re re opened opened in in Dallas. Dallas. We've We've reduced reduced our our hours hours and and the the days days that that were were open, open, obviously, obviously, and that'll be through September and we'll reassess what the demand is. Following that. Dr. Linda Silver is the CEO at the parole museum, she says. At first, they're allowing only 25% capacity. While While emphasizing emphasizing social social distancing distancing and and lots lots of of hand hand sanitizer sanitizer will will be be available. available. Also, Also, masks masks will will be be required required at at the the parole parole Museum Museum for for anyone anyone age age three and older. The
These CS:GO Coaches Just Got Banned For Cheating
"The go seen just got by gigantic cheating scandal and no I'm not talking about a bunch of nobody's getting caught hacking and the F. L. This happened at the highest level of competitive counter strike and three coaches were banned and on top of that, there's been a second investigation with up to potentially fifteen different cases of match-fixing happening at the semi pro level. It's been a rough month for couch. All right. So for a while now we've been streaming over a twitch dot TV slash the score, east sports with our talk show clouded, and if you love the stories that we cover here on donut mean well, you're GonNa love some of the conversations that we have over on twitch. We break down some of the biggest stories from East sports in streaming and we talk a little ship while we're at. So make sure you follow the channel and hit that notification button. So you know exactly when we go live and you can watch me get roasted for two hours straight the news. Of this cheating scandal broke day after esl one Cologne finished is published an investigation and they say quote we were made aware that by taking a combination of different steps of Bogin Cisco allows the coach of a team to become a spectator anywhere on the map unbeknownst to anyone else and so yeah, this coaching exploit as it's being called basically allows a coach to place themselves anywhere on the map and then swivel their camera from side to side and theoretically take any info that they gather from that and give it to their players. It's basically one giant broken cypher cam like in foward. Check this ship. Now, the bombshell at the heart of ESL's investigation is the fact that they've proved coaches from heroic MIB are and hardly talk use this exploit at multiple different ESL events leading up to esl one Cologne. Three teams competing at the highest level of counterstrike cheated in the investigation is said that the exploit violated quote section six point ten, five use of glitches and quote of esl's Rupel to be very clear is says that all of this happened prior to the start of esl one Cologne and that in fact, the exploit was actually patched out prior to the tournament started, and so these rulings are the result of a long investigation that just happened to be published at the same time that he also Cologne was finishing. The investigation also says at what tournament the coaches abused the exploit hardly coach Makino gun use the exploit at esl one road to Rio on six maps in three matches Perot's coach. Used the exploit at Dream Hack master spring in ten rounds on one map and Coach dead used the exploit at ESL one road to Rio in one round on one map on Thursday September fourth former NRP IP coach Pita admitted to abusing the coaching exploits during an EP L. Match Against Mel Sports back in two thousand eighteen and like I mentioned off the top these aren't just some punk teams cheating their way through F pl or some shit. This is the highest level of competitive counterstrike, its coaches and players competing amongst the best of the best and being found guilty of cheating in an online tournament with a prize pool of three hundred, fifty, thousand dollars on top of. That her minutes to win the European portion of one Cologne and they look fucking doing dominating some of the best teams in the world magic going from heroes to cheaters in the span of twenty four hours and the way we know about this exploit and the fact that coaches have been abusing it over the last few months is thanks to freelance East Sports, referees, me Kaos Lewinsky and Steve Dudin off they spent dozens of hours poring over thousands of different demos and meticulously documenting any time they thought the export was being used a big props goes out to those guys now unfortunately, coaches abusing this. Is, not limited to esl vets beyond the summit recently put out a statement that says basically that dead the coach for Mbr was found guilty of using this exploit and beyond the summit six in the most damaging part of the statement is where they said that dead explicitly knew how to fix the exploit and continue to abuse it anyway quote de demonstrated he knew how to fix the glitch while maintaining competitive integrity prior to see US summit six online by requesting technical timeout disconnecting and reconnecting which happened in the May first of match versus Mb. At, ESL. One Road to Rio and then from there, they go on to say that quote dead knowingly abused the coach spectator glitch to obtain an unfair competitive advantage and ours lower bracket round three match versus triumph at summit, six online on June. Twenty third and quote yeah. That whole give him the benefit of the doubt type thing goes out the window on this. Now, as you can imagine, the punishments handed down in the response online was both fast and fierce. Here's ESL's punishments. All three coaches rox hunting is banned from competing and coaching an ESL events for a year. Dead is banned for six months and hard legions. Makino gun is banned for wapping twenty four months or a full two years on top of that all three teams will retroactively be disqualified from the tournament in question while also forfeiting both their esl pro tour points and the prize money earned from those tournaments man you sell is not fucking around and. Beyond the summit band dead from the next to be Vance while also retroactively disqualifying maybe from beyond the summit six and they basically have to forfeit their prize money as well. Now, at the time of recording this, hardly June is the only team that's released a public statement on the matter and they basically said that they've dropped mechanica quote yesterday we received. A letter from ESL announcing the decision to ban or coach for two years. It was difficult for us to believe in Alexander's guilt but we had to conduct a personal investigation of this situation based on the results of internal discussions. We decided that the punishment from ESL was fair. We refuse to make any appeal and we are staying in the side of. The tournament organizers and and predictably lot of the responses from the scene on online. A whole bunch of you gotta be fucking kidding from pros to analysts to popular content creators. Of course, Brazilian fans everybody is thoroughly pissed off, and honestly people should be pissed off because while this exploit doesn't involve all hacks or a mocks or some other stereotypical idea of. It still seriously undermines the competitive integrity of CS go
Six Dallas museums announce plans to reopen
"In Dallas are gearing up to reopen during the pandemic. The Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Holocaust Museum plan to go first this coming Friday, the 14th. That joint announcement also lists the Crow Museum of Asian Art, the National sculpture Center of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. And the sixth floor Museum.
User Fees in Canada
"Is this is a little bit of a serious example of things are could go wrong with with pay per view air traffic control. You guys know what I'm talking about here. So apparently, apparently the. So I'm going to I'm going to summarize a story, and then you're going to say no, that's not it is at all. My summary is in Canada where they have sort of a user fees based air. Traffic Control System. The pandemic and the resulting reduction in aircraft traffic has caused that entity to Kinda start losing money, and so there what increasing fees or something like that is that what's happening? David desma. This is your story to win. That's what they're working on. Yeah, and there's a these are permanent increases or just some sort of you know a one time. Surcharge kind of thing. While a cash impact from the from from this. PROMPTING THEM TO PROPOSE NAP Canada proposed a twenty nine point five percent increase in base rates. That would be deferred. They say over a five year period exactly how that Perot would work I'm sorry, deferred or ramp up. Deferred I. think that's what I think. That's what they're talking about is phasing it in over by using it in. Yeah, okay are. But two hundred and forty two million would allow Nath Canada to meet the minimum revenue level, and must have under its existing debt structure. To seek additional debt financing, and here we go, there's a whole problem with a fee for service air traffic control system. That's A. We were told Oh. Be Predictable. Will be able to invest when we want to. It'll bring money in, and we'll be able to upgrade equipment without going through the big government followed a raw, and you get a downturn like this and we need thirty percent more just to keep the doors open. and to preserve our finance obligations intact and. We don't have that problem here. No! We don't have that problem here because. It's a government service. Yeah, the government funds it and money is there whether traffic is up or down? Yes. I agree that's I think that's a very reasonable way to do it given that it's a public service, and it's a community value and whatnot, but let's go back to Kennedy here for a second so although I knew they had I'm sorry. Save facetiously calling it pay per view, but user user fees. What does it actually cost? Do you know? And how does it even work for example if I get in my one seventy two? If I were based in Canada and I got into one seventy two, and went flying for one hundred dollar hamburger, a couple of hours away from my home base, and then flew back. Would I get a bill from air traffic control for that flight? I believe so beliefs I and ballpark. WHAT WOULD THAT BILL BE? How much would it cost? Dan I can't tell you ten bucks or one hundred bucks I. I mean I flew into. London Ontario. The diamond aircraft factory years ago, the Debonair uh-huh and I believe I got a bill for like twenty five dollars, and that was for the up and back. Okay and that was a while ago, that was. Nine thousand nine. Thousand Twenty twenty years ago okay. So I don't know. Yeah, you know what. What the current! Bill would be for that operation? But it ain't gonNA be free yeah. This is with the flip side of which is is not free in using scare quotes in us. No we pay taxes. We buy fuel taxes. Miraculously, have have stayed in effect for many many years forty plus years. Maybe longer than that and Is is the covers covers. Is a great way to measure or to build by operation or number of flights because you burn more gas, the more you fly, and you pay more tax. Yeah. No I. Think I guess that seems reasonable. I mean. As you in coming up trying to come up with a way to allocate these expenses. Maybe, he's ads can punch into your. CALCULATORS REAL QUICK NAP Canada last year. Handled three point four million flights. And collected one point four billion in service charges built million versus billion. Four million and one point four billion in charges, wait a minute sounds like a lot per flight. It adds up baby.
Change Of Plans: Dallas' Perot Museum Pauses Reopening Amid COVID-19 Spike
"The Perot museum of nature and science and that the Dallas Holocaust and human rights museum they're planning their paws re opening to the public in early July in a statement Perot's leadership indicates they also took into consideration the rollback of the re opening of taxes by governor abit there are now no definite plans on any of downtown Dallas is museums as to when they're going to
Demonstrators Topple Statues in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park
"Statues were toppled in San Francisco's Golden Gate park last night police say officers responded to the area and T. garden drive and Martin Luther king drive around eight fifteen arriving officers saw several people vandalizing multiple statues KPIX five reports the statues of father who knew Perot Sarah Francis Scott key's M. president Ulysses S. grant were toppled over in the bases were defaced with graffiti during the incident members of the group reportedly threw objects at the officers but no arrests have been made and no injuries reported
Demonstrators Topple Statues in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park
"Several statues were toppled in San Francisco's Golden Gate park last night police say officers responded to the area and T. garden drive and Martin Luther king drive around eight fifteen arriving officers saw several people vandalizing multiple statues KPIX five reports the statues of father who knew Perot Sarah Francis Scott key's M. president Ulysses S. grant were toppled over in the bases were defaced with graffiti during the incident members of the group reportedly threw objects at the officers but no arrests have been made and no injuries reported
Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop
"The Michigan court of appeals ordered the trial court today to issue a preliminary injunction against the barber seventy seven year old girl Mankey from Wausau he has been ordered to quote immediately cease all operations that's from the Michigan court of appeals the the child was he cut a judge Matthew Stewart refused issue that preliminary injunction because he said there's no threat here from my missed making who does you know he's got the mask on what he's doing is hair cutting as he's done for sixty years and basically they've they've shut down his business from Lansing the the governor and her her friend the Attorney General the the cold fury at a rate the Michigan department of health and Human Services appealed the case welcome to appeal the case I mean really you think the Carl Mann ki is is leading to sub spread of the virus here is that what you're saying they appealed the case to a three judge panel of the court of appeals will guess what they just issued a ruling and the ruled two to one reversing the trial court in other words are going against Mister Mackey the majority opinion was signed where there's more just wait the majority opinion was signed by judge Stephen Morello you know who judge Stephen Burrell I was I'm I'm guessing you don't he is he's a man who was the former chair of the Saginaw county Democrat park a former chair of the Democratic Party and he was the judge who issued the the lead the majority opinion wrote that the administration's executive power easily encompasses the closing of the fed ex barber shop those once the governor declared a public health emergency the legislature determined that it was up to the department to issue orders protecting the public health majority opinion said accordingly in order to challenge the exercise of that authority apparently he had to present evidence that appellant overstepped the statutory boundaries Appel E. failed to present any evidence to rebut the department's conclusion that operation the shop posed a serious public health danger what about what about the fact that he did supposedly a danger in the first place have you taken the other point of view that he didn't prove that he's not posing a danger well we shouldn't approve me that he's posing a danger I'm just asking but you get a couple grand home appointees on this court they join together and go to the one the the other judges Brock Schwarz or Schwarz celeb sorry an appointee of Rick Snyder he wrote his own opinion Thursday and he concurred with Perot in part and dissented in part but Parolo again the former democratic county party chair in Saginaw voted along with his fellow Grandhomme appointee A. B. rogaine Krause and they teamed up and and shut down the ship the barber once again you believe it I mean you're spending all this time in court and using money to shut down a barber but there's never been any any evidence whatsoever that the man has posed a health threat to anyone will flock to his store he said the you know the problem is he's had the support of some groups that the governor wants to label as violent militia groups are gonna shoot everybody that's which he and the Attorney General or try to tell us anybody really good condition they they've knoll no concept of what the second amendment stands for I'm just I'm
"perot" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"The should be all ross perot has died here's the thing to remember about ross perot's world we're living in now is fundamentally shaped by ross perot throat doesn't run in nineteen ninety two it's quite possible the election's outcome is different i don't know if you'd say it's likely that we have a different result because pro siphon votes saw from both bill clinton and george h w bush other factors are that bush was unpopular clinton was charismatic and perot was running on mostly protectionist antitax grounds which feels more republicans and democrats did even then also i'd like to cite the fact that polls at the time did revealed he had more support among republicans and democrats all that said maybe out committee election is it any different but he got ninety percent of the final vote and just based on that we can't be sure we can't even be reasonably confident that perot didn't swings election to clinton in fact notable bush advisor mary matlin toby five thirty podcast that's exactly what he did on equivocally to migraine ross perot cost george h w bush's reelection in nineteen ninety two so the game this out pro affects election george h w bush wins a second term so when that happens i think it's likely that george h w bush were gains a lot of his loss popularity economy was already moving back into recovery so then in nineteen ninety six win and that election comes around we'd have had sixteen straight years of republicans and the white house we'd be looking for a change that's when you can imagine clinton or al gore making a strong run and if they went in ninety sixty economy still going good they probably went into thousand i'm not gonna say there are no nine eleven attacks but it's pretty clear that there's no iraq war if clinton gore president's so who knows oh and also who knows where we stand as far as newt gingrich's rise and the right wing purification asian of the party like i said this is not irrefutable but it's quite reasonable to say that ross perot headed in norman influence on the world we live in today i think it's irrefutable say they're all the people have died in two thousand nineteen so far far perreault had the biggest impact and then even counting karl lagerfeld and carol channing ross perot when we think about him he became one of those character ross perot when we think about 'em became one of those characters actors who wendy popular imagination with indistinguishable from his impersonator here's actual perot we had one is announcer criticize the corner that i used before so since we're dealing with lou do economics a great young ladies louisiana sent me this looters stick and i will use that is my corner tonight and certainly it's appropriate because as you and i know we are in deep rooted here is dana carvey as air sacs perot no no it's not about me say i'm trying to find a candidate for my new reform are why are you making lash about me larry all my is not that ross perot serious man who's been unfairly maligned for his ridiculous aspects no he had many ridiculous aspects he said ridiculous things in a ridiculous way he had ridiculous beliefs bacardi also made some points that are now part of v familiar prosecutors brief against capitalism itself is from one of his long prime time network tv buys where he lectured viewers about economic issues in the middle of all lash what's happening to our corporate executive salaries compared to those of are industrial feel competitors her beating us and head to head competition here's the ratio between worker's compensation an executive compensation in japan here's the ratio in europe and here is the racial united states and he used used the phrase income inequality but that's what his charts were saying and they were saying it more than twenty five years ago that let's look at the net effect on all of us from seventy seven a ninety two the poorest god for the second floor is fast let's just twenty percent of population still lost money the middle fair the three five kiss up still lost money when you get to the fourth fast break even the richest fat is the only place it went up now go to the top five percent of the top one percent top five percent improve their incomes comes by sixty percent the top one percent five hundred and thirty eight percent i'm not saying ross perot had some good ideas and should have been taken more seriously it's hard to do that when mixed in there with a couple of facts with the claim that there is an assassination plot against him over his nafta stance he said that also he assured americans that he had talked to the manufacturer who is constructing forty thousand coffins ferdie american troops who were sure it'd be killed in the gulf war for the first gulf war claimed two hundred ninety two coalition forces killed in action but ross perot tapped into worry he pinpointed the legitimate causes of economic anxiety and he broke through he broke through in ways that many a billionaire of the president would surely envy on the road in twenty twenty this morning the crowded democratic field is getting a new canada billionaire tom steiner announced his bid in a campaign video tom stiers billionaire howard scholtz billionaire both those guys would lovie attention the ross perot go way back when but that will not be happening why well the media's changed but also had this twisted impish charisma that was in fact captivating i will go as far to say that while his two presidential runs were probably not true the civic good his ongoing presence as in 'nigma durable gadfly serve the public purpose in nineteen ninety three when the clinton white house and most democrats were trying get nafta past vice president al gore went on larry king show and for an hour and a half debated ross perot if debated what's the right word say again he throws a propaganda he throws up around us it makes no sense perreault brought his moxie and his obstreperous miss and most importantly his charts in his visuals along this one with a picture of a mexican laborers swinging a hammer which pro describes the larry king cnn viewers this way now or is a good decent man working as hard out making his cardboard shack in a cardboard came from boxers and we used a shift and goes down something about this i didn't interrupt you detour side i was not invented then what should have been go through it must be said made the more coaching arguments during the evening was playing on pros turf that's why he brought along visuals he wasn't satisfied just to provoke the phrase the smoot hawley tariff the vice president's brought photos of this is a picture of mr smooth and mr paulie they looked like pretty good fellas they.
"perot" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Question these questions come on when i see stories of prosecutors overcharging first somewhat petty crimes we in fact here in new york in queens have a d h race where these socialist candidate ails see endorsed candidate who was winning and is now behind by left i looked thirteen votes has vowed to not prosecute are you ready sex work low level marijuana offenses airport taxis turnstile jumping trespassing sing disorderly conduct loitering drug possession welfare fraud welfare fraud paging the queen game on but every once in a while you hear a possible jail term front offense that is just so outsized to be offense itself but it doesn't seem to even apply to this moment of let's be more lenient let's be more smart let's think about when criminals age outlook think about over incarceration just seems like vlad paler was writing the laws take this incident that's art is the woman who opened a carton of bluebell at an east texas walmart let the top then put it back on the shelf apparently she thought it was hilarious but police aren't laughing they say a freezer this freezer felony 'cause lander shall festus twenty years are tampering flicking the litter of an ice cream container which is part of recruited crackdown of await three lixin you're out system twenty years there there is got to be we know law on the books that specifically addresses ice cream linkage so i suppose they've used maybe a sort of tylenol based tampering charge to go for twenty years or at least threaten it now the reason reason that this is on the news has nothing to do with how big the sentences it's 'cause it's a weird crime that's a category we'd like we all make the jokes the cnn anchor tries to make all the jokes painting tough found before anyone audit town so if you kiss officers annex viral sensation you went twenty yeah yeah that's incredible why she just a cut on it's what it actually is goes beyond incredible to unfathomable now we've all watched the news there are acceptable things in anchorage say in stay on the side of the audience and things like licking treatment now that's not safe that those were sort of those things but at this point you can't say twenty years is too much for looking ice cream but i think you should be able to maybe could even say lori loughlin forty years for bribing your daughter's wedding college it seems a little excessive and then once we say that once we acknowledge that we could say something like he's shoplifted a laptop for three thousand dollars and it's not going away for seven years in jail that seems seems too much yes yes you and i both agree that licking be ice cream shouldn't be almost three times for shoplifting the laptop but it's all too much it's all just too much we can agree on that and also another side of the ledger i think maybe we can agree that the voters of queens apparently but some of us agree that maybe some welfare cheating should be punished by i dunno work release a couple of days in the slammer news go maybe just saying just saying and i'm not a hundred percent punitive but i'm also not a hundred percent lenient justice just justice that's my platform on the show today i should feel about the passing of ross perot the lord looked on through ross perot and his eighty nine fear and said i let me stop you there and ross perot said unto him let me finish that could go on all day which is why i have this bill but i do industrial into proves legitimate legacy not just the caricature that attached itself to ross perot mostly because it was asked extremely app but but first an amazing story of a man who survived wits which is amazing enough but even more shocking is why he was there he he volunteered to go as a member of the polish resistance to tell the world of the death camps horrors and it worked except it didn't jack fairweather.
"perot" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Florida the great W S K Y go Lebanon. Thank you very much for having me on air. You bet we honored to be speaking with you tonight. Thank you. Forgive my voice, please. I'm under a lung transplant. Oh, my Lord. You right. I kind of started out with you. I thought I had the Monja, but it it went deeper than that. But anyway, circle hold on. How you doing? Well, I'm I'm on the lung transplant Menachem Begin twenty four hours a day. So I'm kinda just wait. My turn, you know. I have no idea. How long that takes to get what you need. Well, I just wanted to make a com. Sorry. You know this. This thing about Trump. It goes deeper than them just trying to get the president. They want to make an example out of the president to all of us. You are not one of the boys. The good old boys. Do not even I about running for the presidency 'cause we will crush you. They did it to Ross Perot are member Ross Perot, he filled stadiums up everywhere. He went just like Trump did. And they got to mister Perot somehow and he dropped out of the race. Well, I agree with you on Trump. I was never a big Perot fan. But I agree with you. Stadiums. The same way, I agree. But I agree with your big point, which is. It's not only about Trump. But you're right. They're setting an example, don't ever try this again to anybody any common citizen that wants to run for presidency. They are making sure if you're not one bit good ol boys. Don't do it. I agree with you. It's an excellent call Mark. What can I do for you anything? What you what would you.
"perot" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"All right, Mark spring hill. Florida the great WS Kyi go Lebanon. Thank you very much for having me on air. You bet honored to be speaking with you tonight. Thank you. Forgive my voice. Please them under a lung transplant. Oh, my Lord you. All right. Of started out with you. I thought I had the Monja, but it it went deeper than that. But anyway, circle hold on. How you doing? Well, I'm I'm on the lung transplant monoxide in twenty four hours a day. So. I'm just waiting my turn, you know? I have no idea how long that takes to get what you need. Well, I just wanted to make a comment. This thing about Trump. It goes deeper than them just trying to get the president. They want to make an example out of the present all of us. You are not one of the boys. The good old boys. Do not even think about running for the presidency 'cause we will crush you. They did it to Ross Perot are member Ross Perot filled stadiums up everywhere, he went just like Trump did and they got to mister Perot somehow and he dropped out of the race. Well, I agree with you on Trump. I was never a big Perot fan. But I agree with you. Stadiums. The same way, I agree. But I agree with your big point, which is. It's not only about Trump. But you're right. They're setting an example, don't ever try this again, right? Anybody any common citizen that wants to run for presidency? They are making sure if you're not one of the good ol boys. Don't do it. Now. I agree with you to next like call now, Mark. What.
"perot" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"So just first of all you have to do that. Now has got a ton of money. That's going to go along way, you know. And again, I one of the other if he does run I think one of the other pages he'll take from Perot's book, obviously is the attack that money for a very extensive advertising campaign pros effective with that in ninety two the ads. He ran were very different. They were different than anything. Anybody really seen before when it came to political advertising? He took he would buy thirty minute blocks of network television time, he would preempt, you know, sitcoms, you know, instead of watching major dad one night, you'd get the Ross Perot infomercial on CBS evening tonight. We're going to talk about how to solve the problems that we defined that country. I think we can come to the conclusion immediately. What it did was image at eight. Guy is different this guy. There's an executive he's sitting at the desk diagnosing the problem. He's serious. All these it created all these sort of positive associations with Perot. I imagine Schultz would would try to do something similar. There is one hurdle that Schulz like Perot can't just by away access to the presidential debates the biggest single hurdle that third party candidacy would face just logistically can you get in those debates 'cause it when you get to the fall of twenty twenty and you got, you know, two three presidential debates, whatever they end up having if you're not on stage, then there's just gonna be a vast number of voters who are just gonna write you off. And right off a vote for you as a waste because clearly you're not serious enough, you know to get into debates per Perot's, a good example Perot in ninety two he dropped out of the race in the summer. Got back in the race the start of October. He was running it like six percent of the polls when he got back in the race and people were saying Perot's a shadow of himself. It's not really gonna matter. They put him in. Debate. Anyway, the two campaigns agreed to it. He kinda stole the show at the first abate and the rest is history. He gets up to twenty percent on election day Beth for any third party candidates since teddy Roosevelt in nineteen twelve Perot runs. Again. In nineteen Ninety-six does not get into debates is vote was cut more than half. He got about. He got seven eight percent in in nineteen Ninety-six part of why we're still talking about Ross Perot more than twenty years later is that he had this charisma. He was known as the populist billionaire steep says that's another lesson for Howard Schultz. Because no matter how much money you have or how many debates you do you still need people to like, you not heckle you at Barnes and noble. So you could spend the money as Ross Perot in ninety two and you could get traction. I'm not sure generation later, if you don't have that populous touch that the money is going to make that big of a difference, especially as I said in the media climate change so much. I'm also not sure money quite matters. The way it used to the other part. There was just this polarization in tribalism. It's really taken root over the last generation where people just have these incredibly strong personal sociation with part of blue America part of red America. I'm not part of blue America. I'm not part of red America. And I think more and more they look at elections, you know, through that lens, which which would just another barrier. Really for for third party candidate. Steve had one last story for me about a third party presidential candidate one more reason, why Democrats maybe shouldn't be so worried about twenty twenty another lesson. I think that it might be worth keeping in mind about third party candidates to is I do think voters kinda kind of figure it out before Perot..
"perot" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"I do think the thing when Democrats look at the Ross Perot candidacy and think about Howard Schultz with they're really seeing is someone who is able to peel off nineteen percent of the vote. And what that could mean. Yeah. I mean, so the democratic argument, and I think it's plausible. I I don't I don't know. But the democratic argument is basically take a poll right now Donald Trump's approval rating, and you'll find probably a majority say they disapprove of his of his handling of the job. And there was another poll. I just saw this morning. ABC news Washington Post poll, say fifty six percent of people say they definitely would not vote for Trump in twenty twenty right now. So I think Democrats just look at those numbers, and they say, okay, the numbers are there to beat Trump. The the only thing that could possibly screw it up is if those numbers get divvied up if you got, you know, two candidates three candidates, whatever it is who are sort of competing for that. You know, I definitely won't vote for Trump vote. So from. The democratic standpoint. That's why you can't have him in the race. He could just get only siphoned off votes that would otherwise go to Trump the other theory of it, then I'm open to and again, I think it's plausible. We just don't know is how many voters remember we call them in twenty sixteen the reluctant Trump voters and in like him, they didn't they wanna vote for him. But in the end they checked his name off anyway because they didn't wanna have Hillary Clinton as president. They were essentially they were voting against Hillary Clinton. They were voting against the Democratic Party might have even been voting against the system, but they ship. Trump's name off even though they didn't like him, even though it's not something they wanted to do. There's a scenario. I think it's it's not implausible that those same voters are kind of up for grabs in the homestretch twenty twenty. And if you've got a guy like Howard Schultz out there, maybe in a way, they weren't with Hillary Clinton, those reluctant Trump voters are willing to go and vote for they're not willing to go all the way over and vote for a democrat. But they're willing to abandon Trump and vote for Scholtz and in that case. Maybe instead of you know, being a drain on people who who who would otherwise vote democratic maybe it ends up becoming this this sort of halfway house for reluctant Trump voters, and it actually cuts into Trump's side, that's one of the things with these. I think the history of these third party candidacies. There are sumptious about how these these candidates are going to draw their votes that don't always fully match up with what ends up happening. I mean Schultz's said he wants to run as an independent. He's also a billionaire. So it means he can kind of avoid some of the checks and balances of the party system. But can we talk a little bit about? What may what running is an independent really means? And how difficult it is. Yeah. No. I mean, I it's something as simple as ballot access. You know, every state has different, you know, different rules on how to get your name on the ballot in the November election. Some of them are real easy. Some of them are very hard. It costs a lot of money. Takes a lot of time a lot of resources and even these establishment, you know, third party third. Party that we have in this country like the green party the libertarian party. Even we'll have trouble getting on all fifty state ballots. It's not a given. It's not on a Matic..
"perot" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"What happened back in nineteen Ninety-two? It's not the perfect analogy for today. But no story would be Ross Perot was a well known businessman when he decided to run for office in the early nineties. Same is Howard Schultz is now and like today the sitting president, George H W Bush was in trouble the economy was faltering. He was worried about being implicated in the Iran, contra affair, and what you saw in the start of nineteen Ninety-two was Bush's approval rating was plummeting a year earlier he'd lead the country victory in war. The first Gulf war to get Saddam Hussein out of rack in early ninety two February nineteen Ninety-two Bush's approval rating false of thirty nine percent. And it's in that climate that Ross Perot goes on Larry King show. Larry King Live on CNN is any scenario in which you would run for president. Can you give me a scenario which say, okay, I'm in? Number one had a want. King asked him a bunch of times. Hey, you know, people are looking for would you run for president? And finally on you know, third passer so Perot finally just says if you're that series the people are that series. You register me in fifty states. And if you're not willing to organize and do that, then this is all just. Are you saying to the ordinary folks if you're dead serious starting? Sweat Alyce some sweat. Why do I wanna see some sweat? I said it earlier I want you in the rain. It's amazing because you basically don't have an internet in the way, we know it today. You don't have social media in the way, we know it today. And yet, it's this this sort of viral moment that word of that moment, the clip of that moment, you know, spreads spread slower than it would now. But over the course of days weeks and months this massive, and I truly truly massive grassroots movement emerges that starts getting Perot on the ballot. But spring ninety two by May June ninety two Ross Perot's running in first place in the national polls. He's a head to George H W Bush Clinton is far far behind and people are contemplating the possibility that Ross Perot might actually win the presidential election. Become an independent president blow up the two parties. Of course, this worst case scenario is not what happened Bill Clinton one is. I was president some of blame Perot for Bush's failure to win reelection. But Steve disagrees says pro was just a symptom of Bush's ailing presidency. Not the cause even so pro did manage to get almost twenty million votes..
"perot" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"The twenty twenty presidential field is getting crowded. They're the big names Kamala. Harris Elizabeth Warren Huston gillibrand, then they're the wildcards like the spiritual guru Marianne Williamson. She announced he was running his democrat earlier this week. But part of what's making people so upset about Howard Schultz is that by running as an independent he can skip the whole weeding out process of the primary, and he's got the money to hang around. If all someone knows about Howard Scholtz is that he runs Starbucks. And that's where I get my coffee. Is there more to him that we need to understand? Or do we not know yet? Yeah. I mean, I think you do need a bigger story than that. He look at the the third party candidacies that have you know, that have gotten some traction. I think the the best one the most encouraging modern example for somebody like Howard Schultz who might be thinking about running third party would be Ross Perot in nineteen ninety two. The guy heckling Howard Schultz that in New York City bookstore and all the people ratio him on Twitter there haunted by the ghosts of that nineteen Ninety-two election like Howard Schultz Ross Perot ran is a billionaire and a Washington outsider. He actually got nearly twenty percent of the vote wasn't enough to win. But some say it was enough to change the outcome. So as Steve to put me in the back seat of his time machine. And see if we could get a better idea of how one third party candidate influenced and election, and what that might say about how Howard Schultz could change the outcome in twenty twenty stay with us..
"perot" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Perot lifted goes on and on and on. And this is this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body simply lack of magnesium. So it's nothing to really mess around with. Now what happens is that? In your body in order for the calcium to be absorbed. Oh, so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component, which is calcium. That's right. They work in combination with each other. There's many more practical applications of this calmac formula. First of all like, I said, you drink it so gets into your system, and one of the first things we use it for in our clinic is for people who are under a lot of stress, and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything. I've ever seen for people that have trouble sleeping because it relaxing. You're writing you do actually feel the relaxation after you drink the you drink a Cup of the Kalmyk formula. Interesting. Now, the other thing that it's really really good for our people who are in pain. Okay. I have a whole bunch of stories to tell you. And and case studies of people actually taking the Cal Mex formula and getting rid of pain, and this is including arthritic-type pain, fibromyalgia, which is a form of arthritis. Back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches. There's a whole category of areas I'd like to discuss with you. Wow. That's fantastic. Some of those things that you've named seemed to be age related or or things that we experience as we grow older is there link.
"perot" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Relief on so many levels norman no warm with acknowledged perot call purpose the one gets up and says i want to be broke but we do things that cause us to be bro we do stupid things that causes to be broken if you're sick and tired of being sick and tired if you're sick of having too much month left at the end of the money then there's a really will only one major fix for that people who warm with money are intentional law about handling money people who when it marriage or intentional about their marriage people who are great parents are intentional about their parenting people who win at their physical fitness are intentional about their diet and exercise no one accidentally gets in shape no one accidentally when's the super bowl noone accidentally become successful and in monte the first step to being intentional is a budget a budget a budget as people telling their money what to do instead of wondering where it went ziglar used to save you aim at nothing you'll hit it every single time a great way to do that is the free every dollar budget three four five million people using this nothing now it's completely free i'm a four million people.
"perot" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"If you're thinking of buying this but you are making an assumption about the next mac perot really question that assumption like are you really like first of all can you just wait and see if you can wait and see wait and see but you don't along the way that we it's going to be and then secondly like is what you're waiting for actually going to happen do we actually know that is likely to happen have they said anything about it like and chances are the answer to all those things as we don't know or no ultimately i have a feeling this is the new mac perot in practice like the whether we some next summer that nobody buys or not it's a different story but i think we're going to look back on this point in apple history when we're all even older men in of in a few years on this podcast hopefully talking about all remember when the armani i am i pro came out on when the macroeconomic basically like i think this is the new wine of mack pros for longterm i don't think that's not necessarily bad thing it might not be we have a lot more to discuss about this but we have gone long and we have an interesting holiday schedule coming up very very soon so i think we should probably just stop here in we will talk next week about the press tour with this and we'll talk next week about the new interesting uh hardware in encryption sort of things uh what is it the t to chip is that right is all sorts of cool stuff in there yes so we have we have plenty more to say and as much as i joke i'm actually pretty interested to talk about some of the stuff so we will save that for next week thank you to response was this week betterment hover and fracture and we will see you next week.
"perot" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM
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"perot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is muscle cramps parkinson's i feel perot and the list goes on in this this this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body simply a lack of magnesium fully to sell it nothing to really messed around with now what happened is that you need the magnesium in your body in order for the calcium to be absorbed oh so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component which is calcium that's right they work in combination with each other now there's many more practical applications of this calmac formula uhhuh first of all like i said you drink as though get into your system can one of the first thing we that foreign are clinic is for people who are under a lot of drought and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything i've ever thin for people that have trouble recently because it relaxes you ride any actually feel the relaxation after you drink the after you drink a cup of the kalmyk formula interesting though the other thing that it's really really good for our people who are in pain okay and i have a whole bunch of story to tell you and a case study of people actually taking the calmac formula and getting rid of pain and this is included arthritictype pain five or my algae which is a form of arthritis back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches there's a whole category of areas i'd like to discuss with you well that's fantastic some of those things that you name seemed to be aidsrelated or or things that we experience as we grow older he's there link there yeah there's a vicious circle that i'd like to discuss what happens is that when a person has a magnesium deficient the the nuclear magnesium they don't absorb but their food as well and so they going to what we call mel absorption vendrell which millions and millions of americans have and it's not like you feel thicker you know this too that.
"perot" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"This is like surreal in some way it's it's a very jarring thing to see but out so i will go as far as to say i like it so much it makes such a big difference that between the amac perot and the mac perot if one of them somehow supports this on its display but the other one doesn't this might be enough to even speed to to make a decision one way or the other on that like in the same way that when the five k i met came out i give up my cylinder mac pro because i wanted desktop retina so badly and that was the only way to get at that time at that size this this is that big of a deal to me now that i've seen it another play with it like now if the i mac pro se say the amac pro can do it ca like the maybe the builtin screen can use the advantages of of an internal bus and everything say the cbi amac pro 'cando hundred twenty hurts but the mac pro over some cable some dipped separate split can't august mi pro for that reason alone that's how go to target the says i'm i might consider that as well although of the the mac pro is further hindered by the potential rumors of eight k there's no her just talking about boy when will we be able to do five k sixty firms or second over cable that's like surprise eight came on twenty hurts whereas our god now yeah like that's a lot of damn pixels killed over its there's almost no hope and that's why marco's is right to give you an opinion hopes on anything pinch on the thing where they have everything the box like an hide the too ugly cables and the the timing chip and all that other stuff like they could conceivably pull it off but even then like the g b u starts to weep at a certain point like start during the mouth.