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"phil shoulders" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Back, and it's time for our three and outs and we'll go ladies first Sheriff Forslund. All right. I think I've been saying this a few times already tonight. The youth and inexperience in this team is certainly showing right now. And the lack of you know guys who have been here for a long time. But I think that that's gonna be something that once they get past that point, I really think that that is going to Really let this team just go as far as it can take them, And once they get past that, I think that's gonna be huge. I also believe no quitting this team and I think that is huge because you can see how much they have bought into what Matt role in this coaching staff is someone who they believe what he's saying. They believe in what he is, is preaching to them, And I think that's key for a team to be able to show that they In every game the way they are, and they have not quit. They don't give up. They don't hang it up. They just keep fighting to the bitter end. I think that just says so much about this team and also about this coaching stuff. And then I'm last but not least German chin. You got to go with Jeremy, China's does. He's got to be the defensive Rookie of the year, another huge performance today with that sack and forced fumble that turned into seven points for the Panthers. I mean, he's just all over the field in so many different positions. And what a find he was great jobs, cannery scudding Tubbs County staff, Little finding this guy Yeah, absolutely. Eugene Robinson. Well here, I think I got some flexible is one of my fix, Opposes. Watch out for double moves corners. When you got to get a double moves on like you have were so Douglas. Then you run to his up Phil shoulder, because if you look at the quarterback, he's gonna fill you with the double move. It's gonna be by you, but if you run shows up, they'll show toe you'll see him getting make his second part of the move. And now you could've just also, if you're gonna play post play, read the quarterback shoulders. Do not read his eyes. Right. This is from coming from old free safety. Do you read his shoulders showed us tell you tone until tone tells you direction of balls going till tells you how far the ball's going down to fill after quarterback moved his eye to the right and the shoulders of pointed toe left the ball is being thrown to the left. All right. Um, I did. Any of this team on offense isn't a run team is the passing team without identity. Identity needs to be set by the office of Line Do determine based on the office line, where you gonna run the ball and when you pass, and so we need to see the office of line, be able to go ahead and establish their identity. And then lastly, with the quarterback play, we've been talking about the accuracy of off of Ah, Teddy Bridgewater and how good he is. Well, what we want to see from Teddy Bridgewater is More big place, particularly down the stretch. We saw that on the test out when he got empty backfield, he recognized it with a three man front. He goes in for a quick, seven yards Easy, test style. We need those plays in the red Zone by Teddy Bridgewater. Because now you're gonna change the narrative Teddy from being just a quarterback who just not only matches game, but a quarterback who wins the game. All right. Thanks. You drink my three and out start with the head coach about role and it's learning the nuances of the NFL. We talked about what we all agree was a horrible call on a roughing the passer call on the third down on Brian Burns. We felt like you know, he was already in contact with the quarterback that he was actually probably pushed into the quarterback as well. That rule is highly upset about it, and I felt like there were ways that he could have May be settled things down just a little bit. Give it a few more minutes even just threw out a challenge Flag and let the official come over Go. You can't challenge this is not a challengeable call. But that extra 30 seconds could have given the team time a little focus because immediately after that. They give about 31 yard pass, and they just didn't look like they were ready to go back out there and play. They were. Everybody was upset about that. So I think there are nuances in the NFL game that you learn as you go along, and I think maybe that was You know, was a doable Get probably I feel like it was even if The challenge would not have been accepted. You could have bought a little extra time there, so learning the nuances. Second of all, I think this defensive backfield obviously still needs more time together to know what the other guys were doing. Where the hand guys off and it's you talked about Eugene the dirty eyes. What was Ron Rivera's line? You know, be where your feet are wet your feet. You want your feet are so there you go. Yeah, so don't get don't get full of stuff, Laura, where the other guys are being because they left him wide open receivers on multiple occasions today and also consistency on offense. Uh, And very, very inconsistent today on offense, and I think that's something that they need to continue to work on. The Panthers wrap up shows an exclusive presentation of the Carolina Panthers in the National Football League and he re broadcast without express consent is prohibited. Thanks a lot of little black Fuck on bad Hogan Hogue, our studio engineers. Also thanks to Byron Putnam. Mr Put what's going on People to your producer, and Amy Martin Martin, my favorite Our broadcast manager and, of course, David Lykken, stirring the drinks, their executive producer and trickster next week. The Panthers take off the Green Bay Packers on Saturday at Lambeau Field. 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"phil shoulders" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Between the words. The snake to the space you're in. And then to the more distant sounds. Sensing that. Listening presence so That's receptor. Sir Listening not just with your. Ears, but with your whole awareness. And now bringing that listening presence. To the body so that you're listening to and feeling the sensations in the body. As you. SCAN. You might feel the. Area of the brow the is. Listening to fueling. The aliveness, such they're. Not Trying to change. Anything. Just. Taking in what here? Feeling the lips. Gums the teeth. Receptive, presence in the area of the mouth. Listening to feeling the life that's here. Letting that. Receptive. Presence spread through the face. Feeling. All the sensations in the face, the micro muscles. Relaxed reciptivity. Including the Scalp and the skull. Feeling all the sensations through the head face. Bringing that listening attention to the throat. syncing with that receptivity kind of curiosity. What's it feel like right here. Down through the shoulders, you might gently give yourself. Instruction to relax shoulders back and down a little. then. Let that listening. Receptive Presents Phil Shoulders. Allowing life to be just as it is. And noticing. Sending movement. Of Energy Sense places of Titan Nestor tension. Sense where they're softening. Letting the hands or asked in a very easy effortless way. Bringing. That listening presence inside the hands. So, there's an intimate and receptive. Presents with the sensations. Feeling. What's here? Sensing an openness, the chest. And then bringing that listening receptive presence to fill the whole chest cavity. They area of the heart. Noticing what it's like. Receptive to the sensations emotions. Energy. That's here. Scanning down to the billy, you might soften a little. And fill the belly with awareness. Listening tuned, fueling, the sensations they're. A gentle receptive presence. Bringing attention to the pelvic region. Sensing the can fill that whole area with awareness. With that same receptive listening attention. Receiving. Feeling the aliveness that's here. Telling the legs. With awareness. Receiving the sensations that moved through the legs. Right, down into the feet..
"phil shoulders" Discussed on Tara Brach
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listening to our hearts
"Begin breathing together. That's taken ice full deep in breath. A slow out breath. Center, letting go as you released the breath. Again a nice deep full in breath. And a slow out breath. Letting go. Letting go. One more. Time inhale deeply. Then a smooth slow out breath. Releasing any tightness attention? That's possible. In allowing the breath to come back to its natural rhythm. Feeling the quality of presence. That's here. In this presence. Bring the attention to sound. Begin listening to the sounds around you. Aware of the sounds that are close in the space that Iran? Aware of the sounds of these words coming and going. Where of silence? Between the words. The snake to the space you're in. And then to the more distant sounds. Sensing that. Listening presence so That's receptor. Sir Listening not just with your. Ears, but with your whole awareness. And now bringing that listening presence. To the body so that you're listening to and feeling the sensations in the body. As you. SCAN. You might feel the. Area of the brow the is. Listening to fueling. The aliveness, such they're. Not Trying to change. Anything. Just. Taking in what here? Feeling the lips. Gums the teeth. Receptive, presence in the area of the mouth. Listening to feeling the life that's here. Letting that. Receptive. Presence spread through the face. Feeling. All the sensations in the face, the micro muscles. Relaxed reciptivity. Including the Scalp and the skull. Feeling all the sensations through the head face. Bringing that listening attention to the throat. syncing with that receptivity kind of curiosity. What's it feel like right here. Down through the shoulders, you might gently give yourself. Instruction to relax shoulders back and down a little. then. Let that listening. Receptive Presents Phil Shoulders. Allowing life to be just as it is.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"But. Then when did duck invented and apparently it was I used are first seen in in the eighteen hundreds but it actually I kind of used in. Common parlance in the sixties and I didn't realize that I thought it was much more of a recent thing feels very likes out ninety s clueless DA share share in I know. And then I went from that to I just think there should be a TV show and I'm going to try and make us happen of TV show of two tooth and ally where celebrities come on and tell you two things about themselves and one things that I get and I. saw that and I saw that dog to fill had done that on the Jimmy Fallon show Dr Phil played to ally and what I think is so stupid but when people used to ally and the Oh here's that that's the there's the lion everyone and you don't go back and say excuse me what you have a piece of Co and your shoulder, which is one of the things that Dr Phil did he has a piece of a Co in his shoulder. and. I know I have a piece of code my shoulder, but I didn't have a bubble bath. That would move we move on I. Want to know about the Coen Dr Phil Shoulder. Where I'm all of the we quite the Odyssey. What about you so mine started on Ricky Jay base. And ended on. Buying used pants on Ebay. Under.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on The Critical Path
"They don't get too specific, but they've. They've talked about over time. How important for them to own the technologies that go into the? They mentioned these things, and it's in one year out. The other people don't don't. They say though this is just another one of these. Yeah, it is anything else. Does anything else leapt to mind in terms of? Technologies that they may want to bring in house or capabilities of the spectrum of things that we talked about in the past. The don't get a lot of attention, but are extremely important one is. This is again historic is attention to manufacturing attention to production attention to a sourcing. The integrating deep in the supply chain and sort and figuring out how to make sure you have access to parts, and you have access to complement, and you have access to capacity to manufacture even to the tools, necessary tooling or or machine machine machine that are used to manufacture things. This is something we talked about early in the started with the ipod. Really boss in early years of the IPHONE. That that discussion again in the weeds as people say okay, but we've been banging on about that number. Two things like you know how they are organized, and this organizational question again is very in the weeds is. Is this a functional organization? Is this a a a? A product led organization. People go on about the fact. That apple is experiences company, or it's you know led by brilliant people. Both may be true, but the fact is that there's also an organizational question which is something you know like an NBA Lawrence in first years like you know, what do you know how? How does organization matter in the way? Outcomes appear on the You know from a company right the WHO you don't think about this. It seems mechanical seems like plumbing, but it's actually super super important, because especially apples different than others. This one is actually not so hidden, but it was for wild design matters and sort of designed. Let thinking and what is the role of design? Design, house add relative to the other groups again. This is one of these magical things because people point to it and say well. It's Matt Design at the end of the day well, why can't anybody else do with them? If you can just get designed, it's so easy to do it right, and so you have a design philosophy, and then know this was sort of the elevations of Johnny Ibis. who a equal to if you will to any other group inside organization as important so so the there are at least several of these questions about what makes. Success stories, but the silicon story is like almost the opposite of the design story because of the design stories, all about Oh, you know moods in the magic of a handful of people who are super, super, talented, artistic, or whatever you WanNa. Call it although that's mostly myth. Myth building around the design lab, but there's there's hundreds and hundreds of people who actually supporting them. They're the interfacing with engineering. They're interfacing with a lot of other people in the organization to to you know they don't invent things in design, they think through how the whole concept would work, and and ask also a lot of marketing questions, which there's the marketing department for as well. So Product Marketing and Phil Shoulders Organization would. Actually own execution of a product, but there's a lot of questions about the creation phase that still be. We don't quite know how how it goes from a concept to a light to go to actually build something, and and famously you know they say thousand knows forever. Yes, but the the the the logic here of silicon is the opposite in the sense that it's it's. It's actually pure engineering. Right at the end of the day. This is very very very classic. Engineering people. Sitting around trying to plan and do something that only five six years later gets production of that is constrained terribly. What is engineering? Engineering is about balancing constraints. It's not a clean sheet of paper while the imagination. What could we do if we had? Flying cars that sort of not they're like. How do you meet a certain? Size requirement. Power requirement. Speed, requirement, or and cost requirements. You know all all these other things that really define the limits of what you can do as opposed to saying. What could you do without limits? So there's there's there's the the the the sense of apple executing both sides of the extremely one hand kind of have very a wide open Let's imagine things that people don't ask for what what we think of as as their their their superpower. If you ask people what they wanted in transportation, would say save faster horse. That's the old adage apple took. It took it to the next level. The there's that and then the opposite is like a How can you make a processing unit or a As such a miniature air pod device right that that has internal to it. sensing plus. communication plus battery, management plus noise noise, canceling in there for a lot of signal processing, fitting inside year and having manufacturing in the tens of millions at a certain cost, a point, and and and and delivered to millions of people. So the. How how do you do that? That's. Engineering. The question was. In terms of it's taken It's taken an enormous amount of of Engineering know-how in gumption and firepower to for them to master the guts of these these beautiful machines from a from a processing standpoint from an associate standpoint. Are there other areas where they acquired? It was acquisition. They.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on Popgram Podcast
"They hit something that okay. Let's move on so the Sunday Times. Rich List came out today. I'm going to buy because there's a lot of online the news APP use because the changes I once I won't Prince Okay so I went about them Sunday Times Rich List. What I found very interesting is what they're using to shits. They're using women to push women of means Riana some guy but there's a woman's face I don't like why is it expenditure incident or your women are rich. Look at the new rich woman and I'm going. Ooh was still that what's was visit in. Yeah most of his because they put some so. That is a billionaire on HAND MARRIAGE BUT TO FORCE ONE HIGH REPEAL. Exactly like yes. That's his like she's not in the UK she didn't France. Hope the fucking what's up so I just thought I think they're reaching through. There really wanted people to buy this air absurd but it's quite interesting because I'll reason on. Its I got this. I'm not going to know the either route. Don't try and answer questions. We know this rousing. We know those guys are just because we reviews on Ali do like top. Then I actually busted hopes dreams aspirations like. Did you do those after you finish? Arrear KID said number five. Olivia and Danny Harrison that stretch. Harrison's wife and son they have two hundred seventy million. They're up towards Muad this on inherited. One No is no isn't based on the OPT based on interest rates carry-on. No no no no no no anything themselves because of interest rates because this would do not work for. It's obvious because I don't want people who listen to us to go off the bat just my this seems to be if you woman in. Yeah well and it's up to chest rates and probably moralities are coming. This year some Mick Jagger two hundred and eighty five million ten million this year so Set Elton John. Three hundred and sixty million up forty million this year than a Riana rub infancy four hundred sixty eight four hundred sixty minutes. This number two said Poma coffee. Eight hundred million up fifty million this year number one Lord Lloyd Webber Eight hundred million down sorts. I just want to I just I. Just don't get very close. All the young people remember where you were saying. Dude okay. Here's Mickey well. He was very rich. Wait before the young too billion out of his old man. Mccartney saw hopes aspirations the problem of the sometimes we similar with Forbes Rashid's and stuff like that is that they're looking at the money coming into your pockets was going out so they don't know what your debt is. They don't know different things like that. Had worked in the financial services particularly banking up. Someone actually cue. I mean this is so she can committee or by the way we want to lend this person money. He's undecided list. Credits actually really took credit. Sunderland said why. Okay could you give me details of their assets liabilities? The thing is go. 'cause Voncannon does it richness best. Was I surprised that I got fired? 'cause like was your critical so just so in here. Oh yes all the hundred million shoes one hundred already. He's nothing I read. I read I read about the process. Because they make some Sion's as well enough to multiply because we look for if you want to come from me. Love a metal giving but but not young but what I what what. What I thought was interesting wasn't really about him about the we. Duis so they multiply your income. This is false also. I don't know about Sunday Times. I'm assuming similar but multiply your income by factor of between seven and eleven depending on. How and Ben on cultural impact on economic impact of Your Business and I thought really. That's the only reason he's considered to be a billionaire soccer. Yeah so that's what's interesting to me in terms of how. Forbes of the time and the assumptions because if that's the case this auto controlling without podcasts. With Youtube with all the stuff. We're doing our jobs. We should be multi multimillionaire millionaires. But I can't go on to TESCO to go by grades. That's I look into if I want coins real coins. Tell me how much when you've taken the abilities. The money's coming that we actually have then then we'll be talking I always thought it was magic and fallacy. This list magic because if you don't know actually what they're council like them. How are you really making this list? It just seems like a popularity list. Actually this is not talk about accounts because accounts can be fudged. What you need cold hard cash cash is king have assets and provide. Well you can have a house but no one is good to buy it for the amount that you think it's worth is worth whatever it is going to pay for it. So cash is gained guys. Remember that too. If there's anything to this actually gang okay last story and then we'll go into what we've watched this week. 'cause gotta go last week so It's the week this week. They're racing the anniversary of Matthew. Wrote such a good and he's been there. The show is throwing yeah. I think I know what you're going to see. Things see things one on confirm that she had some hardy. Where bits got loggerheads turned that movie. But it helped performance Jackie's book really reading nicely about him and he basically as well said that. Yeah that it was a hard shoots. He apologized for his behavior. Shoot and I think Zoe Kravitz. Said that Tom Hardy was loggerheads? Heads with Jamila Jamila. Its name Roger Mental or Robert Miller something learning the director. George Miller Judge Miller Dan at cellist. Iran and Ed said that the result was good but apparently there was no scripts. Have someone from the studio. Come and see what the hell was going on. Because of the delays that it was basically dumpster. Fire that screen. No way no no. That's that's what the Hollywood for says. That well what is wrong. That's comes no no no maybe they. Maybe maybe they've been. Maybe maybe doesn't slightly misunderstood. There was a script what what's because the interviewed the director and he said the issue that he found was that he had focused on On helping the actors with the scripts because he said he focused his attention during the directing was full much special effects on organizing thing that he realized later after director of the movies that he didn't actually focus on the actors because he said that situation of what they had to do. Not Genius was so big and it goes that it didn't help that he wasn't there for particularly for the the guy. Tom Hardy hard. What's hard because because also later he realized that from hardy was never because filling in the roles I ask. They'll give him from the original on that all the Phil's shoulders the litter. He realized us now that was dot now. He knows that he needs to give more time to the actors record. He does gave him so basically the the pressures flaws from donnas. I'm they wanted some attention for the point sees the film which is the entire team came out. But thank you and I sometimes as APP to you have to be self-motivated norcal killed your look exactly always do that happened. Whatever the heard you could scare per says because imagine someone just said yes your Max do i. I know where took the pace but sometimes I think some of these actors are winter kid because I know when I go to work lowest coming to me and getting honey you could if you're GonNa do this and then like what's my motivation right yet. That's a fucking last last thing about this. Is that look when I look at the kids that Harry Potter and I mean that was a billionaire funds and that was the very small shoulders and imagine everything that was happening in front of them and they had seven movies. I'm sorry bright those what I'm saying say show should that your Komo simple. The story is that they will..
"phil shoulders" Discussed on TechFan
"There's nothing you can do on a on a pro that you can't do on a arrayed life right except for taking pictures what they should have done is saying you know what the iphone eleven has a fabulous camera system but you know what if you really you WanNa take pro photos then you need the eleven proud would've been stronger message. I've everyone kind of knows what a pro seamy cameras that would've absolutely played off the I think the reason they didn't do that is because so many of the improved camera features in both of these funds come from the computational photography Tokyo and both of them can do them eleven and the price so you know it would be a fake differentiation. I think it would have been better than kind of what they did. I kind of get it 'cause it did this with the MAC line they had you know the macbook and macbook pro the I mac and the Mac pro I mean I get it makes sense especially issue with their naming nomenclature but I it's a phone and the problem is as we all know that in the macbook line pro just basically salie means the best one yeah and the difficulty they've got now is that in the I find pro just means the better one in the IPAD pro just means the better hadn't won. They all fundamentally work the same way slightly faster or slower but they've kind particularly nowadays with the IPAD. They've all got broadly. The same features that the elephant in the rain is the MAC pro which it really is a pro computer a kind of a narrowly focused particular type of pro computer and it's kind of it's messing up the the name profile them with. I think you know well who cares they'll. They'll probably not worry about it but the worst thing about pro is we have the iphone eleven pro Max they're trying to I see what they did here naming. I don't usually like to to break great big news but next year is going to be the iphone twelve cheap and the iphone twelve expensive. That's that's it's the new naming kluge cheap inexpensive. I think chief of fancy would work lot better cheapen fancy cheap fancy anyway in terms of these devices. The eleven is basically the ten with a better camera in a foster processor and there's nothing wrong with that apparently teno was gangbusters cellphone whilst yeah yeah well it was just so much better yeah and now the price point is even better because the this the eleven which has replaced the tenor is fifty dollars cheaper the the the ten last year and what if you think the ten hours good enough for you is still available at at less money and that's a hell of a value I don't no I they need to stop having so many different phones I I would really like to see them kind of narrow narrow that down but I think he kind of goes to the point that I was really excited until it came out and then it's just like I don't care I looked at it and I thought yes can take great photos. The looks Kinda stupid with now three things on the back but the thing that apparently a phobia oh euboea of hulls the people have early this is cool. Something called like trip to phobia and it's a fear of Holes County group together. It makes people who suffer from this vibe you feel uncomfortable and apparently the marketing images. They're using for the iphone with that kind of camera cluster. The back is triggering checking. These people really hard. I think when you turn on their side it looks like has gone. Who Oh I I don't know it doesn't I think it's ugly to be honest? You know look what are you gonNA. Do you want it to look out glee and take better photos or do you want it to look fantastic fantastic. We've we've dinged apple so much for form over function and we did a whole Picasso me when Johnny I've left so you know as long as it takes better photos. Did I think we got to let them be ugly but yes no. I mean we haven't had any different form. That was my point with Johnny is you you know his whole design. Philosophy was just make a smaller and smaller and smaller and they kind of look the same. I mean well. Can't we've talked about this. This is only so much you can do with a slap at black law. I've heard the same argument before the IPHONE came out well. There's only so much you can do with the phone. There's a lot more more things that can be done a lot more but apple is content to just ride this until at forever. Well stay primary primary cachefly so I will say though that she conservative here here's the problem with this phone though the pro when I laid on my sink counter I I get confused which was my shaver with three heads and then this so the pro doesn't have that problem because the pro- probably have full holes on the back. They got five really if you count the flash thing I don't know it's I. I wanted to get really excited when they brought this. I really really really did and then it came out and I a lot of people reached out to me a couple of people at work. They're like who'd you see. The new iphone can't wait and I went and right off holiday witten stick with for a while unless I have something that goes drastically wrong with mine. I didn't see any compelling reason faster. What's that like my phone a slow again? Well look the last ones were already faster than everybody else. And of course they're getting it foster of year. It's what they do with them and the difficulty I I think apple has again. It goes back to what we're saying about. The gaming is with these with these keynotes. If the the real selling league point is that the cameras better and effectively this is kind of you know is beyond a good point and shoot camera then they need to be emphasizing the buffalo bills now they did a lot in the photography but the problem is they talk very technically about photography and a couple of times where they showed graphs offs. I said well this is amazing but they didn't do is take their old phone or take a competitiveness phone. Shoot the same scene and say this is how much worse it looks on something else which I think they need to do. They want to say that they're the best I can get. It comes back to this traditional view apple. It doesn't often like to Ding. It's competitive in the keynotes I think they should I think they should be more aggressive. I think they should say well. Look look this is the this is how we are different than everyone else in industry and this is the voltages we have the other people don't have and instead what they do. is they go well. This is what's better than it was last year. This is what's better than was lost. You and this is what's initials lost year and this is the best one we've ever done and all those things are fine but we hear that same message year after year and it doesn't really come across and that the the potential issue for you and me that maybe everything with money that he doesn't metro well obviously it doesn't it doesn't matter at all because they're still going to sell a ton of them and you know why they do the premium events because it gives you know I can tell you why ego well. Maybe that's exactly what it is. APP Apple is institution institution has a giant eagle giant and that comes from Steve Jobs and Steve Cook doesn't Nick Steve Cook but seriously they have a giant ego and they know when they have one of these events. Everyone's GonNa talk about it. Everyone's GonNa talk about them. Everyone's going to hear about Tim. Cook Phil Shoulders Names GonNa get mentioned. It's all about ego because let's be honest if they don't have this event and like you were just alluding to is iphone sales going to go down no of course not in fact I would suggest these events actually hurt some of the other products because if they would have just released the Apple TV information and an apple arcade a month ago and then this month iphone eleven and the next month the Apple Watch and the month after that the IPAD I think each one would have been a huge story for a couple of days but this way they delude all dilute all of them so I think it hurts them. So why do they do it this way because they're not stupid. They understand that that's going to happen ego ego. That's why it's so what else is there marketing well clearly. That's is banned marketing this way. Well yeah I I. I still go back to my first point. I think they need to bring some young fresh talented blood into the MARTIKAN marketing organization and the kind of offended from top to bottom. I think everything that apple does is so stuck in the way they've always done it and I agree with you. I think I think that their products you know what I think. They need to recognize that these improvements year by our incremental and so to to come out and trying to announce them like the next big thing yeah it just doesn't I think that's that's the fundamental problem with them is that is that the I think they've made huge strides he's here. They definitely all making the cameras in the industry here. They are making the best. I thought the best phone prices in the industry yeah they're industrial. The design is good then they also because they're so afraid of calling out mistakes. The policy doesn't emphasize the things that actually are important. The big important important things to me are these phones are cheaper than they were last year. I think given what's going on with the China trade war the moment. I think that's amazing yeah. I think they should be saying you know what we love these products so much we want to get them in as many people's hands as possible. We made them cheaper yeah we I think they should be saying we know people people are worried about the fact that we manufacture so much China but despite that we made them cheaper yeah we're making less money than we than a lot of people would think that we're going to we're going to accept surfer Yup something else they did these funds rushie slightly thicker than the ones las year and they have all of them increased battery lives. That's particularly important on the rim once replacing the tennis because the tennis had did not have class leaving battery life the ten date and they eat made that even larger yeah and then the tennis this replace it Tennessee they've had before fricking Iowa for the life that's amazing. Nobody is talking about that online because 'cause it's that part of it. That data point is lost because if you're writing a story about the apple event you can't cover everything you still got to talk about the new ipad on the Apple TV and all that stuff so something that's potentially game changing for current iphones or like me. Hey Tim you're going to get four more. Hours is a pattern life in in a phone roughly the same size of what you're using now. You're interested. Oh by the way it's got a much better cameron and I was well. Oh yeah by the way fifty dollars I lost you. Oh Yeah Yeah that message. You got me more excited about the iphone than anything I read online right there air new blood in locking him. I'm your man baby. I'm David so maybe the maybe the what apple should start to do and it's not in their DNA because the ego thing that I.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"A guest this year he was there as a special speaker and an example that the outrage works Phil shoulder be able you know for me to be able to help someone else the same way people help me along the way it's a beautiful filling giants tight end Brent Ellison was among the volunteers I think it's important for people to reach out and service people in it organizers say if they can help one person break the cycle they've done their jobs in this week's WCBS author talks a podcast asked romance novelist Jeannie moon hails from Long Island and has said everyone of her compass cove books in a fictional north shore town but she tells this week's WCBS author talks podcast the stories were originally set in Portland Oregon I sent the first two a good friend of mine who is a very successful author and she was mentoring me at the time and she read it so I love it but something's missing and if so what do you mean she goes I think your characters a looking at the wrong ocean she said these are east coast characters this is New England the this is east coast she goes there's not a lot there she goes why don't you bring them home I I took a look at it and what it really did was a forced me to have another look at where I live and where I grew up and where my father grew up and you know we have very deep roots in this community here and it brought me a whole new appreciation for the place I've lived my whole life and where I raise my children and if it was a really wonderful thing and it did bring a level of emotion of familiarity the stories that I think set it apart from the typical small town romance hear more of the conversation with local writer Jeannie moon and this week's WCBS author talks podcast find it wherever you get your podcasts Hollywood is hoping you'll go out to the movies this fall there's the much anticipated Downton abbey movie.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on Tara Brach
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"phil shoulders" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"phil shoulders" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"So Walter one other changes have you seen in the racing industry? Since you first started writing. A lot of changes. I've seen a scene, for instance, the tapes that they have racial today as per that is that the films that they had when I was a jockey, you don't know this. But after each race when I was a joke fifties and sixties. There was a station wagon that followed the field around the track. And the guy would get out the driver would get out at the film chill tower and Phil shoulder. How would so down a film or a film, and you gotta catch the baseball. He would go to the next one nation mile away at mile away and take that catch stat one. Then he'd go to the top of the stretch and catch that one. And then he would take all three of those and and develop a meal fact and look looking to be cute when fraction or whatever to play. That was in the fifties. And sixties now they have these high technical situations that they have with these when they they can delivering the day of the race while it's being run and she was going on. So that's a big improvement. Another big improvement is with with the stewards today. Stooge today, they have to know they have to have a background check background. It's such a big help not only to them. But to do. To train his jockeys owners and everybody else and Betty public because. When I was when I was hired by rent. Dan, bradley. In nineteen seventy seven I was hired as father St. Stewart and the Chrissy he Ashley was. Walk a widish and take so long for an infraction or claim of fell to be. She would happen. I should I told him that. I don't care. I've only taste. As long as what they were. Final decision is correct. And he hired me on the spot. I've been I was stage to it from Chevy Shelvin for thirty five. Two seven four and I never had. Whenever we took a number down, squalls jockey or suspended jockey. You never had any appeal and might have had one appeal for my trainer that dissatisfied. Call. But in the meantime, stewards today have to know what they're looking at who's looking at Halloween how interesting occurred, and so many things they have to new. Hampton New one when they make a decision that is just not only cost the jockey horse on the trainer, put up all everything. It also involves the people that bet on the horses, and they have to realize that. And and when they make it they be right because the first time they not, right? They in trouble. You definitely correct? In saying, it's come a long way. I actually went to the recent official accreditation program, which they have going on now, which is a wonderful thing. Available to you know, potential ration- officials, but Walter let's let's talk about that. We only have a couple minutes left this hour's flying by. But when you were tired in nineteen seventy five I believe it was. How was that transition for you going from jockey to racing official? And did you miss it? Well, then I miss it. Yeah. I still I'm still miss being a job. He just this year but getting back to the stewards accreditation program. You know, I I really think and I always have thought, and I still think that I don't care how much time you putting the accreditation program. If you don't put some time in the backstretch if you don't put some time in the in the firm stretch if you don't work on the racetrack. Just going to Dacian Phil Gramm, but not credit you to Stewart you have to know the people we have to know that situation can occur. Yes. No. The problems of the people grooms the exercise, you know, anybody involved in check industry, you know, about that. And you don't own all that and the student credit program. Stupid renovation program is a good thing. But you gotta have some background backstretch to if you don't have it. You don't have. You're exactly right. Couldn't have said it better myself, which was why you are the perfect candidate to be state steward in Florida and a racing official further up north as well. Did you enjoy your time spent a state steward? Oh, yeah. I really enjoyed being a toured first of all it was something..
"phil shoulders" Discussed on Tara Brach
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"phil shoulders" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"To march into this country full force and so because we've defeated communist communism elsewhere were terrible because we took down communism and that's why they're upset with the american flag i really believe and they are here by all accounts trevor loudon wrote a book about it the australian knee was around here few years ago whom the details the communist at him infiltrated arc our country our our government yeah oh yeah got lead actor if we'd been penetrated and that is if no doubt about it i mean look would a how the the fbi in homeland security have all too there the way that they deal with different uh uh communities of immigrants in this country you know and and his jet if if if if let's take a look at some major major players in the democratic party that definitely where socialists you cannot argue the fact otherwise obama clinton clinton bernie sanders he says he's a believe tommy the five well the difference between the 2 was finite and the ad there difference between the two young socialism and communism are both economics systems phil shoulder less have less lesson control of the government then the communist us communists has complete control over the the market and they will use force in the federal debt you their desire to say as far as one lashley as communism is a is a is a economic system in which the government owns all business and controls everything patrols everything charge less i'm fine if the point of a gun yeah look at that general is what's needed to keep it going um and the socialism is like canada canada almost everything is governmentcontrolled but there's a few things in the market that they allow citizens to have control over it's just a matter of degrees as what i'm saying here right in the end socialism will try to force over a has to force over because socialism says the economic system will become more and more pierre the only way in their mind that socialism can become more peers to become full communist jeff so it ends up going that way anyways so yeah regis like what they're doing here i mean once they got obamacare here i mean we're socialist country that's all it is because over eighty over seventy percent almost eighty percent of the economy is controlled by.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Current echelon of technology users in mind and somebody that you know knew very well the marketing power of something like blackberry or a hard keyboard was making this argument i the reason that i hit that that i that i paired them together is that there are i do have you know other sources who have said things to this effect and i think primarily it it has to do with with this this multi touch moment and the opposition to moldy touch and maybe not understanding fully at the time what you know these what the guys that were trying to convince people like the my marketing department to take this on is a product you know to to to give this more research resources i i think it was like there is some frustration that he was wasn't on the same page with them i don't you know i i don't i don't know anything beyond the quotes that i am given the stories that people tell me and the the you know the research that i've done about what it was like to to to be apple at the time through the documents phil shoulder gave who gave his own court testimony and and there's been plenty of apple reporting over the years so you know i think that this whole thing is you may be just a little blown out of proportion i think i think that it's i think that it's totally find to be a dissenting voice and to want to contextualised this emergent technology and even be opposed to it like you said why would you do not have someone in the room who was forcing people to think critically about this potentialities so i i i think that there's you know.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on KBNP Radio
"He was in small phil he was the lowest and clark the new fracture superman and that was coming to supergirl mr mix his pelech crystal spend the entire episodes figuring out how to say his name forwards if or they say his name backwards history to get rid of him yes say his name backwards now what is trump backwards i like and today man get she is yeah i'm going to stick with that you know as our listeners no we've mentioned before christian reports magazine which has always had problems with technology reviews they were if you would the new macro pros and it was freaky makeup battery life ranging from over eighteen hours down to three and a half now understand apple only claims ten hours battery life to claim ten hours right for two different tests one to just play and i tunes movie or for their test sweet where they down low twenty five different websites of this is on apple sight you can duplicate it and i suspect if you just follow their instructions you'd be correct you can't turn the bright miss all the way up you turn it i seventy five percent now it's up to you what you think my two thousand ten mack across the seventy five percent i'm perfectly happy with it but he why brighter picture to each is of all right that's what apple does consumer reports was getting all these widely varying battery life results and therefore said they're not going to recommend and that's a big thing because cause him reports has several million readers for people who subscribe to their content on their website and that could mean a lot of younger it's coming right after christmas by the way so it didn't affect apples how are they sales as will pointed out momentarily but could've affected future sales so sure what happens next with in a very sure period of time the modern way to communicate by corporate leaders or president elect or and he by a high offices to send a tweet so phil shoulder uses.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on KBNP Radio
"The computer with more storage more speed more connectivity which is what like the i'm back it travel really think they can replace dion mack with the map a pro and an extra monitor i think they don't understand their uses i don't think that's the intention that mack book pro was going to run to external five k displays obviously they expect that kind of work flow to occur knapp the other issue is a woman tayshaun of sixteen get a bites now phil shoulder answered back and you can accept is answer or not which is the memory control are they used is sixteen get goodbye to him and if you something else it was severely cut down i'm battery life for the future generation of in tell process years will make that possible with the i'm actually can run thirty two maybe would like to see sixty four i don't know the limitations could they do it all six of player i don't how the apples thing they can't build a computer that those what many people need because of intel that to me is admission of failure well they so they can do it but they're going to sacrifice how are you to listen a shin it's not going to be an all day computer there i mean they're gonna tell the latter the had thirty two games yeah but i don't understand that and his another one that makes me wonder about this so apple decided to jump and make displays anymore and that's not a bad idea because it's not what they do so they went to algae and they got to displays a twenty one point five binge for kate display and a twenty seven and five kid despite so twenty seven inches pretty sycamore to the i max display in fact it might even be the exact same display in the thought is what's in the i'm that you know i'd almost however osuna that for one reason el she is known to make displaced for apples so could be the same on this century the same design and the rest with reports that comes out of a desire for mack book pro right now the twenty one and a half inch.
"phil shoulders" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Twitter that doesn't need to be i resolution i can wait tall black friday sell just pick up some hundred dollar monitor and i'm happy so who are the people that made this high quality but monitor outside graphic designers so web deciders obviously video editors they also a great you know but a hundred years now the price is consistent with what you pay for five k display from say atp it's competitive and our apple is filling in for nine seventy four that's also competitive and they've made the process of driving that display easy because is just one connector free sure to displaced on the fifteen it's wrapup press so that also results a lot of problems i don't know i think any graphic designers you say video editor power use your will by that i have no idea what the quantities our good makes the case more desirable now there've been of the criticisms unless go to a couple of these things and i want to talk to about for microsoft surface stuff and new stuff the first thing is this limitations sixteen gig a bites memory but i understand if you believe phil shoulder that the ways of doing thirty two kill battery life is that correct that's always said but that's really about that all a source i've heard that from so that's what he wants to say it i tend to believe i'm only because if apple could sell you six a more gigs abram why wouldn't play exactly gets your charge you through the nose for that ran although i do understand based on the refuse of the plane james thirteen inch mack with per without touch far the ss the is replaceable and it's easily replaceable might have to go through all these paddle up screws in all this nonsense and all have to talk to kyle queens of i fix it dot come about that next week when he's going to be on about doing that but if you could replace who was save something from a third party dealer for not much money like three hundred dollars three fifty four tara bite that creates a great climate they're the other thing is here is that the storage scheme apples using the scheme and technology they're using those things are supposedly incredibly incredibly fast so virtual memory painting doesn't.