35 Burst results for "Ping Pong"
Interview With JetSetSarah
"Thank you so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hello i'm sarah greaves. Scabbard on a lot of people. Know me as jets it. Sarah that is enabled my business. Barry dot com. I was born in england. But i have coming to you from miami florida today where i live. So that makes for quite the accent being refractoriness mid atlantic thirty right directly in the sky So you're people are from jamaica. My father is from jamaica and moved to england when he was a teenager and my mother is from our betas and she moved to england when she was in her early twenty s. And that's where they met. That's where i was born. But i sort of ping pong back and forwards between england and jamaica my whole life before moving to the states in two thousand. And what was that experience like being so young and being so so coastal bicoastal. Oh i think. That's that is the reason why i do what i do today. You know my earliest my actual earliest memory. That i have is the first time being on a plane. I would have been about three. And we were flying from england to jamaica for the first time and i remember looking out the window and seeing a movie the clouds are because as you can imagine for a child who's always used to looking up and seeing the clouds it was just mind blowing to me that i looked out the winner david beneath eights so yeah it started mine of travel i think and just made me me feel at home in the world wherever in the world and i would say that you have absolutely taken that in run literally run runner with it I was taking a look at your instagram Do you remember your very first instagram photo. I do want way back. Wonder i do. It's a photo of me taking on hollywood beach and i am lying on the ground. I was just finished ron. I'm lying on the ground. I have my feet two legs in the air. My running shoes silhouetted against the sky. That was my first instagram coach. So that was august twenty thirteen. How in the world do you remember that. Listen only because it was my first. Because i really can't remember anything. I have the world's worst memory. Although i was a child i can remember those clearly but asking what i had for breakfast yesterday. I can't tell you. But no. I just remember that because occasionally since i started on instagram. And let me be clear. That was my first coast in two thousand thirteen. But i posted again for months or maybe a year someone. I've been on pressure when someone had suggested to me. Oh you take a lot of photos. You should put them up on instagram and just rolled my eyes and thought. Oh my god another platform. I'm already to onto dr maury on facebook. I already have a website. But i take this photo. Took that one photo Forgot about instagram for awhile. But see i forgot. What question was that you just asked me. I was asking how you re how you remember that photo. So that's really interesting. You you've certainly like showed up Wherever you've been online. I just see like so much color and so much color like so much color. So scholar and your sunglasses are always really fun. the art that you take photos his really fun in your shopping addiction. I like i like the chronicles of your shopping. Shopping addiction as adventure showers burned. Although yes trust me. I could if i could just get a dollar back for every dollar i have spent you know i would be independently wealthy but yes i love. I love shopping. Worse discerning collection of i think I suppose that would mean not having spent the dollar in the first place though right more of the creative verbal type of not not the numbers
Social Media And Free Speech During A Polarizing Time
"Moves that net neutrality is brought that the FCC has reason to be proud of, but But let me ask you this. Through the root of our conversation two years ago and to the next several minutes of this interview The Internet is even more now than it was two years ago, right because the kids are going to school and everybody's working from home. We all need it as we need electricity and plumbing. Why should it not be regulated as such? So I do believe that the debate is no longer a debate over whether Internet access is a luxury or a necessity. It's a necessity. To me. It's clear that the utility style regulation that would be imposed of net neutrality. Does not serve the consumer at the end of the day. Perhaps the best evidence comes from abroad in Europe, which has disease till the style regulations treats the Internet. Like the water company, the electric company regulators had to go hat in hand to companies like Netflix and YouTube at the beginning of the pandemic and ask them to proactively throttle content to consumers because they had not had the infrastructure investment needed. To keep up more over. There are parts of the digital divide in Europe that are not getting addressed because there's simply not an incentive to build those networks. So let's talk about private companies here and some of the power they have in this economy. And I need to turn the page to section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act, which is in the waning days of your chairmanship has become the net neutrality of 2020 and 2021, right. The The provisions of the law that gives immunity for social media companies and many others for what people say on that site. Um do you think I'm just gonna go straight for the £800 gorillas? First? Do you think Twitter and Facebook have too much power? I do think that those companies, among others in the social media space do not operate by the same principles that other companies in the Internet economy do. For example, with respect to Twitter, who makes the decisions about content moderation, why is one actor not allowed to post but the supreme leader if Iran is These are the types of things that with respect to Internet service providers, the FCC's instituted regulations and I think that's part of the reason why in the halls of Congress is a growing bipartisan consensus that we need to re examine the regulatory framework for these companies. Now the FCC doesn't have authority here. That's a decision for Congress and the next administration to make. But I do think that there is a growing questions about transparency and consistency. If the FCC doesn't have authority here, why did you say a number of months ago You were going to take a look at a new rule. Teofilo out how to implement to 30 at one might reasonably assume the behest of the president. United States who has not been shy about his feelings about this law. What we don't have authority to change the law, which is what's many elected officials are talking about with respect to this section, 2 13 ounce and I made the Department of Commerce submitted a petition to us and we made it into print dependent determination that we had legal authority to interpret that their immunity provisions and that narrow provision only. That's one of the things that we were considering, and we decided that there wasn't time to move forward. But Do you think this is an issue that's going to grow as the social media increasingly becomes the public square when it comes to political discourse? Well, just pause to note Children screaming the background and random thuds Because we're on a roll world. We're all making radio from our living rooms. Sorry about that. Now, look, it's the way it is. It's the way it is. Let me let me actually just just pick up on what you just said and ask you sort of the following question, right? Because in in a matter of six or seven days or whatever it is, you will no longer be the chairman of the FCC. There will be somebody else. Who will be a Democrat approved by the Democratic Senate now On by wonder about this idea that you and I talked about last time Regulatory ping pong Because net neutrality is going to come back up section 2 30 is going to come up. And whoever chairs the FCC is probably gonna have an opposite point of view as to you. What What is the role of Congress in these decisions? And, um I guess why? Why? Why do our regulatory agencies have to do this kind of ping Pong? Congress needs to put on the page exactly what the rules should be so that administrative agencies don't swing back and forth, depending on the political affiliation of its leader. Now, you mentioned that neutrality that I think it's an actual, relatively simple fix. No blocking, no throttling any competitive Honda. Sorry, I can't see I can't help but laugh When you say it's a simple fix. I mean, come on. It is no. I think it is in terms of the substance now the politics of course, there are much more difficult. But even beyond that, for example, my first major speeches chairman, I urged Congress To think about infrastructure legislation. This is back in 2017, allocating 50, or even $60 billion for broadband. And if they had done that, in a bipartisan way back, then think about how much better off would be today. And so I think that it's important for Congress to update the rules to tell the American people you've elected us to make this judgment about the digital economy. Here is our judgment, and then agencies have a little more certainty, and so would consumers of the end of the day.
Seattle Weather: Rain tonight ad tomorrow morning, sunshine in the afternoon
"Rain late tonight and into tomorrow morning, overnight lows in the thirties and forties, And then tomorrow we get a few sun breaks by afternoon with a high near 50. Often on clouds and sun breaks on Saturday, But, alas, we will get the rain returning again on Sundays and Ping Pong back and fourth weekend high should be right about 50 or so looking around the sound right now. Pretty pleasant seems very mild. We have 50 in Bellevue in Seattle to come also 50. Downtown Everett. Now it's 52 degrees. Come on, Use time 3
Mayor of Houston suburb chosen by pulling a name from hat
"Have to be have tip your hat to the way hotly contested political race in Houston suburb suburb was decided. That's because it was decided by a hat hat from which the winner's name was brought. Just draw name Sean Skip Worth and Jennifer Lawrence were in a battle to be the next mayor of Dickinson, located about 40 miles southeast of Houston. But they each ended up with 1000 and 10 votes after a runoff election last month and a recount last week. Since the winner couldn't be decided with a vote, it was decided by chance. Texas law allows a tie in a race for public office to be resolved by casting lots during the ceremony last Thursday. Skip work, became mayor after a Ping Pong ball with his name on it was drawn from a hat. She came out on the short end of the pick. Lawrence's she trust the process and vows to support the new mayor. Every vote counts. Yeah, you can't Can't exactly say it was a landslide, though No calling landslide,
Robots to take the virtual stage at CES 2021
"It's often provided a big visual punch at previous Shows so how big a role do you expect him to play at cs. Given the fact is all remote and we're covering all this virtually. Yeah i mean. I think it's going to be a challenge. Full companies no matter what the product is that. They're launching this year. And i think that that's going to extend to robots justice. It will extend to anything else however i still think that robots are going to be a really big part of this show and the reason for that i think is the no matter. What a what the context i think. Robots really capture people's imagination. And i for me personally. Often the most exciting part of the show but they are for other people as well and even though it's going to be much harder for them to kind of make an impression in actually show what they can do beyond just seeing a picture of one it's definitely. I think that they're still going to play already. Important part in the this year. So you know you. You've spent a lot of time checking out these robots at prior shows. I'm just curious to get your thoughts on whether or not the loss of that. Wow factor. is there really viewing some of these robots via zoom conference screen or even just pictures of like how impressive is that versus. Actually being there in person at checking out these rowbotham. You know firsthand. I think it's going to make a really big difference. You know i think the the really exciting thing about robots particularly at yes. I know this works for me. Because i'm the. I'm the one who said and i'm kind of interacting with them but i think telling redesigned audience about two as well being able to say. Oh this is what the robot does when. This is how the interaction goes. This is how they might feel they might sound or this is how how they actually come alive. I think it's going to be so much harder to convey that in an exciting. I mean. that's a challenge for us to challenge for the companies that showing off the robots. So hopefully we'll be able to do that but it's definitely probably going to be a bit trickier especially there. There are times. I've had interactions with robots that have been really physically demanding. And i'm sure that that is not going to be the case this year while before we get into cs toil one. What are some examples of robots that you've interact with where the experience was memorable. Also many i think there are some. They've been really fun ones. That was a year. Where there's it's been several years. Now this has been a variable played ping pong with. It's a huge kind of robotic arm. And it's amazing a capabilities and you can actually play on a full size pain table tennis where you can play ping pong with it. I played cards against humanity with pepper. The robot which is a robot that many people might recognize. It's white ball this team. That's made by softbank and it's been around for a few years now but there was kind of funny meetings that they can do with it and in this occasion. That was what. I was doing us playing a game of cards against humanity. Then there were a couple of our favourite ever experiences. There was a robot that created in. Served me pizza and there was also one of my favorite experiences ever which was at meeting a labrador puppy that was so realistic that it when it went to sleep even did gentle snoring and so durable. I wanted to take it home. Why and i do remember last year. Bread bought was the was one of the big talks of the show. Even though really is just like a giant box that made bread the app on the robot label on anything nowadays exacting. Let's talk about the show next week. The what are some of the robots. You're expecting where some of the big trends so perhaps unsurprisingly one of the biggest trends that we're gonna see the share is robots doing things that humans can't do because for safety reasons you know over the past year with covid we've seen that's been a greater need for than ever before for for robots or at technology to kind of step in and do the things that we can't physically because we might be putting ourselves at risk so i think that's gonna we're gonna see that play out in multiple different scenarios for example they're going to be some robots side gonna be there sanitizing things going into places cleaning them up keeping us safe that way they're robots. I can be. Perhaps actually you know about this a going to fukushima and seeing the robot stabber rebel stepping in being able to do jobs perhaps manual jobs that humans also robots helping out at home a bit more. Now that we're in the home
The Good Culture
"My guest today is rebecca freeze. Rebecca is a workplace crusader who helps organizations transform outdated or non scalable practices into futures thinking market leading cultures where people can thrive on a mission to unlock smiles at work by making organizations. Better places to work so that we can all do work. That matters the place to our strengths and leads to success. She's an experience consultant. Field of transformation change management and innovation now rebecca's on a mission to help organizations not just be better places to work but exceptionally innovative engaging and forward thinking places. She's the author of the good culture. The leader's guide to creating a workplace. That doesn't suck and we are thrilled to have her here today. So much for joining me today. Rebecca you so much fan. I just love hearing people say that the title of my book it just come to my workplace now alerted us. The leader's guide to creative workplace. That doesn't suck great so we pretty much know what's going to be inside of there somewhere right. Don't do right. Oh my gosh okay. So interestingly so you say good culture isn't about you know all the frills like the table and all that so what is what is a good culture. you know. it's so funny because people ask me that all the time because of course we want to get culture and when you ask somebody what a good culture. What's it like to work in a good culture. They all know they all start describing A culture where they're supported and they can do good work and they're you know they're not micromanaged and and the opposite people know that what a bad culture feels like. Looks like they can have all those words. I can ask no hundreds of people the same questions and they're going to online on it so but the but the thing is people in organizations are like well. Okay we'll have like a fun place to work so we'll just like let's have a ping pong table here and then people can like it. They think about these like these kind of actions that aren't connected up to what you're actually trying to create so backing up when we when we talk about a good culture it's like well what is it because there's no one at necessarily picture that's going to be the same. It's going to be dependent on your organization and what you're trying to do and the work that you're trying to do right so when it comes down to it we're like a good culture is a a place where people can do their best work. Right where where people can thrive and be that's completely aligned with your strategy your purpose like what you're actually trying to do and so our definition of culture is how work gets done so it's all those things that are happening to make work happen so good. Culture is one that the lining with the strategy with your objectives. Because when you have that discord when you have a culture that is actually aligning with what you're trying to do. That's where you start to have problems. Right where where you know. All the work that you're doing isn't isn't matching up to what What you're putting in place from from people standpoint so this is really interesting for me because there are so many companies that don't have a good culture and they don't realize that they don't now like i feel like they say they do but the people would say fast batmobiles gonna ask you if you met may don't realize leadership doesn't realize correct. Yes yeah i like. I'm going to have a job for a while. Because you know. And you have account which inside but also like gives me. That's why. I call myself a crusader. Right it gives me the real truth but we want to get out there and really help people because we all deserved workplaces where we feel great. I mean our biggest at my company. Flynn is to unlock smiles at work right. So at the end of the day like so many people are working in cultures but they are probably unhappy there are disengaged in the culture is on aligned or not aligned with what they're trying to do there and they run up against that every single day and i agree with you. I think i think i wouldn't say that. They think they have a good culture but they may not know how important having kit to achieving their business objectives right so they might be like. Oh fine but whatever its work right like you know per job like what's the deal. They should be able to come in and do their job and like why do i have to be paying attention to all this other stuff. They see it as like amazon. Larry versus core business success. And that's the problem. Yeah and it's a huge problem and didn't gallup do study about what twenty three percent of your employees are actively engaged or something. Oh yeah. I thought you're going to say get his game journal. Nature like upset about that are engaged. I think we miss the strong. We're been kind of horrific you know it. It's it's To think about the fact that seventy five percent of the working population is either actively disengaged disengaged at work. Would you might as well just be actually engaged up
The Best Cyber Monday Deals 2020
"Expect online shoppers here in the U. S to break a record today. Cyber Monday C net has been looking into some of the best deals out there. And what have you been finding Yeah, actually, What's really interesting is that a lot of the best deals are holdovers from black Friday, and part of this is because we've been seeing this black Friday type sales going on. It's October. So really, it's been like black month or black season or whatever you wanna call it, So ah, lot of the Amazon devices are still heavily discounted. A lot of that is obviously because Amazon is one of the biggest winners of black Friday and cyber Monday each year, so a to least online, so that's not a surprise. Thea. Other thing that we've been seeing is that televisions are actually still getting really good deals. And so if you're after a television we used to say, Don't buy a television until March, because that's when they're putting out all the old ones and getting new ones. But now black Friday and cyber Monday have actually become good times to buy a television. What's happening with logistics, and I know for a while there. The distribution chains were a little backed up because of covert 19 concerns. Are the distributors able to meet the Meet the bill here at this point on cyber Monday? It seems as though I mean it's really interesting because we watched in the spring when Cove it really started to take hold, and we were all on lockdown. I don't know if you remember, but it would take weeks for an Amazon shipment to show up at a lot of our doors, even though we had two days shipping Don't want that was because they just weren't prepared for the demand. That was there. Well, now we're looking at the highest demand ever. Lizzie that's been recorded, right? We're talking about something like $11 billion expected to be spent to day. And so that is going to require a lot of logistics and we have seen that have been talked of saying, Look, you really should make sure you get your shopping done as soon as possible because it's unlikely ups and FedEx and USPS even though they say they'll be okay. They're going to get really chance up with last week and you're going to not get your stuff if you're not careful. Let me shift gears here and ask you about the FCC chairman is sheep. I says he plans to step down the day President elect Joe Biden takes office. Hey, I'm guessing will be best remembered for killing off Obama era net neutrality rules. What happens to those rules next? Well, not a shock. It's likely that they're going to swing back and that what will happen is that whomever and up in charge of the FTC under Biden will just Reverse what I did, which, by the way was a reversal of what Obama did. So we're going to be kind of in this weird swing back and forth and back and forth, which really ticks off the tech industry, not to mention a lot of legislators. And at some point, Congress is gonna have to step in and write a lot. But until then, it looks like the FCC is just gonna kind of ping pong back and forth whenever there's a Republican or Democrat charge.
Briana Holt is the Queen of Muffins
"BRIANNA welcome to most street. Thank you so much. Maybe we should start with a description of where you work because it's an old gas station turned into coffee shop pastry. Destination. So so what does it look like and what is it like working at? Gas? Station. It's really beautiful. It's like a big white building. It's got that kind of awning out front like it was never actually gas station. It was actually a body shop they worked on brakes and shocks and cars they would lift him up inside that kind of thing. So it has that really beautiful sixties shape to it. You know it's kind of wide and lots of front window big windows in the front and a big awning out front into the parking lot. So there's a lot of room to hang out there the light streams in and it's basically a big open space that we built a kitchen. So you have this. Vote interesting view of baking. This is a quote from you. You're talking about a tray of biscuits. They referring to the biscuits do the thing that I've asked them to do already they're alive the little. Hands they pop up in the right way. The top looks right. They lean over just a little. That is the moment that keeps me doing it. So you have this personification of of baking goods as friends or or or people you like to spend time with is that right? Yeah, I think. So I mean I think it's. Like anything you do with someone else kind of like a transaction of sorts you know I'm trying to. Coax. Something out of the ingredients or the combination of ingredients in the oven or something like that I think. Yeah. especially with biscuits, it's easy to talk about that idea because every single little thing you do with your hands and your fingers results in that That top or that lien or the flake you know. So yeah, that's kind of how I think of it. I think I read somewhere that you have PTSD when it comes to muffins because you've made thousands of them is that true? Have you got onto some could've recovery clinic and our back into muffins again man it's tough. I would say I'm very very slowly gingerly tenderly coming back around to the MUFFIN. But yeah, when I was probably like twenty four. I went back to Martha's vineyard for a short time. I was in love with this guy this musician that lived there and I thought. If I leave my sort of post college what's coming next kind of life and I go back to Martha's Vineyard we're GONNA, fall in love and get married and lived together forever, and so I went back and I A worked at this. Pretty, crappy little sandwich up and. I Made Muffins at like five in the morning every morning. So many I mean I can't I don't even know how to talk about it. We would make the mixture in like. Huge vats and then store them in home. Depot. Buckets. Five. Gallon. Home Depot buckets in this dirty walk in and the place was owned by this crazy guy. Who has never really there he just kind of left it up to the teenagers in the twenty year olds and we would come in hung over and it'd be like five am and I'd be scooping like really crappy muffins out of these five gallon buckets. But. We had to make them. You know that was his recipe, the muffin mixture, and then you added blueberries are like Bananas Walnuts or whatever, and and there were huge. They were like the size of like a like a softball and we sold so many I can't even begin to tell you and I just never liked them thought the could be better, but it wasn't my job to change it and I just saw so many muffins it became this like Muffin nightmare so. Let's talk about your interesting way of combining ingredients. I remember last summer you did a chocolate cake with juniper in it or Pineapple and married Rosemary or apple with fed. So you have this herbal savory mix was something fruity or sweet you just end up doing this because. It's two in the morning and you just chance upon it spent. Months Thinking about these combinations in scientifically. Both I think all of the above Yes. Sometimes it just. I mean, it sounds silly and cliche but sometimes, it just POPs into my head. I think that probably happens with a lot of people out there the more that I eat and the more that I see food around in the world the more things there are kind of Ping Pong around in my brain and so if I'm thinking about making something, you know it's almost like just reaching into like a bucket of fish or something you know there's so much that I like and so much that I've seen 'em excited about that Sometimes. Something will just jump out to me or I kind of want to. Make something. That feels right for the season or something like that. That chocolate juniper cake was sort of like a fall winter wintertime You know that that the inception of that cake was like deep winter thinking about like richness and cold weather and sort of like this is gonna sound silly but like rich beautiful kind of medieval feasts you know and like what might be on the table and something kind of mellow but strong flavored It's also really beautiful juniper berries. Gorgeous. It's not really a barrier it's almost more like a pinecone. What we do at the bakeries roast to them, and they start to release their oils and they get this crazy fragrant smell fills the kitchen we try to do it. When it's not busy 'cause it is almost of weird crazy smell and people aren't necessarily sure if they like it but then you grind it up and we make ground toasted juniper and it so it just. It's really beautiful smell it's it's deep and Woodsy, but also floral, and it just seems to pair really nicely with chocolate and it's it's really good. It's almost like you bite into it and you're not exactly sure what it is.
Bucks health director wants modified quarantine for schools
"Official is advocating a modified quarantine for anyone who tests positive for Corona virus as a new school year begins. The plan relies heavily on masking As we hear from cable to use. Kim Globus. Dr David Damn, stur says the problem with the 14 Day Quarantine is it's very disruptive, especially in a school setting. Schools should not shut down every time there's a case in the school every time there's a case in the classroom, because then it becomes a game of ping Pong. Where someone says, Oh, I was possibly exposed or I'm gonna shut down the plant from fortunes, the kids going back and forth back and forth. Damn school, says the county has actually been using the modified quarantine with first responders since March in thousands of cases, and he says it works, he says exposed Person wears a mask, monitor symptoms and goes about their business well, walking around like pointing all the time anyway, and I think that once people think about it that way they realized you know what? What's the difference? When you go into a store? You already assumed that everyone around you has Corona bars. That's why we're masking distancing, right? That's the whole point. Dancer says Schools will be monitored closely to watch for community spread, he says. If that happens, it means the health and safety plan is not working. Kim Glovis
Better Food, Better Health with Lauren Driscoll
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here. Today I have the privilege of hosting Loren Driscoll. She's a healthcare strategist and entrepreneur and founded project well to support health plan's efforts to address critical non-clinical needs of their members nutritional and social isolation. Lauren is also a senior adviser in the strategy practice of partners, a health intelligence firm founded by former secretary of human health, and Human Services. Michael. Abbott Prior to partners Lawrence, served as corporate director of Oxford Health plans. Medicare business learns also co chair of the United States of care entrepreneurs. Council Lauren is also a board member at health works a healthcare organization that addresses the root causes of illness, poverty and neglect in Burundi. Africa she served as the Acting Executive Director of village health works and has also member of the University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences Foundation Board. Lauren grew up in Baltimore Maryland, she received her bachelor's in University of Virginia, her masters in public health from. University today, we're GONNA be diving into the topic of really health through what you eat and the work that they're doing it project well as fascinating food as medicine and Lauren. is going to be helping US understand how they're helping people stay healthy and thrive with what they eat or in such a privilege to have you here today. Saw Thank you so much for inviting me to talk with you absolutely now, I love the focus of food are you and I had a chance to connect before the interview and it's near and dear to my heart might my family's heart what we matter so much before we dive into the value prop you guys have. I love to learn more about what inspires your work in healthcare. Sure. Yeah. There are really three things. So that have really told me end healthcare I would say I is just my beliefs that older adults really deserve better. There's just so much sort of preventable hardship and suffering with respect to health and you know I guess I feel like it's just super unfair that after spending their lives doing the best they can and often nurturing sort of next generations that we aren't doing a better job out with respect to the crowd disease that. So many of our older adults southwest so that that's number one number two I would say is just the unfortunate inefficiency of our US healthcare system. Part of me I, almost think I might have been a process engineer or something in another life that drives me crazy to not take the shortest path between two points and so I look at situations in our US healthcare today especially say with dual eligible 's the care for those who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid and therefore sort of among the most vulnerable in our country, and yet there's just there's so much inefficiency with these two payments streams and the two sets of rules really creating just you know perverse incentives that. End Up causing these folks to sort of Ping Pong around our system and Drive exorbitant costs and not even particularly good health outcome. So I would say it's inefficiencies like that that. You know really draw me into healthcare. and. Then the final one is you know you you introduce which is just I am such a believer and food as medicine I. Think it's very simple. Good food leads to good health and so as simple as that sounds and sort of even elegant. It's clear that there's just a sort of glaring missed opportunity and our country to really leverage the power of food. So it's really a combination of these these three things that inspired me to start project well. Get for you and You captured some heavy stuff there lauren, you know older adults deserve better and you know we're inefficient and food candy medicine and it is. So let's dive into this. You know what? What exactly is project well, and how you guys adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Sure. So our mission out. So to start out by explaining project, well, tell your mission. Is really just to improve the lives of those who are suffering with with chronic disease. Often food insecurity and loneliness, and to bend the healthcare cost curve as we do it. So our solution is centered on food and. Look, at food and. Medicine but also as an anchor for socialization and Education Man's the end of the day we know people come together around food. and. So we are a young company. So we are really starting with home delivered meals and meal kits for those who really have sort of the most nutritionally sensitive chronic disease. So thank diabetes and heart disease and we're starting they're both because these are the people that have the greatest level of need we can help them us. But also because are proof of concept pilots drive results there must quickly.
Get ready for this wide-open NBA draft lottery
"As the NBA playoffs continue in their first round inside the Orlando bubble, there's another event happening on Thursday that will especially excite the teams that aren't there the NBA draft lottery like every year ping pong balls will decide the fate of fourteen teams fighting for the chance at a franchise changing player. The chance at the topic is based on how bad each team was last season. The Golden State Warriors have played in the last five straight NBA finals before this. Year. But finished with the worst record. This season there tied with the best chance at the top pick fourteen percent the other teams with those same odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota
Pico in Lockdown
"Start by checking in with friend of the show author Pico to hear how he's faring during this pandemic summer Pico was raised in England in southern California by parents who were both philosophers and religious scholars we caught up with him in Santa Barbara Pico welcome back travel with Rick Steves Real Delight. It's always. Highlight, to talk to you. Thank you know people used your life between California and Japan tell us how you are dealing with this crisis. Well I spent the first half of the pandemic in Japan and I'm almost embarrassed to say that things are quite beautiful and the sense that things look very much the same as normal as you know from your many trips, the people wear masks much of the time in. Japan anyway literally and figuratively to protect others. If you were in a bus in Japan in November, usually, there'll be forty percents of the people wearing masks. So that part was not different and as you also know, Japan has managed to avoid the west of the virus. So even in the middle of April I was playing Ping Pong every day with my neighbors eight year old men were diving across the hard floor of the wooden Jim to hit back at forehands and really looking around everything seems same as usual except, of course, no foreign tourists. And I think the other thing about Japan which is one reason I moved. There is as you know, they're very STOIC uncomplaining and resilient, and so they've been dealing with challenges for fourteen hundred years there, and they don't see these kind of crises is shocked sore in the south. So aberrations they think of them almost as the way life always is they used to earthquakes some Salamis forest five. So in that way to it was quite a complex to be. and. Then I flew back in the middle of the pandemic to Santa Barbara where I am now because my mother who's now eighty nine just come out of the hospital and I knew I had to have and California did look very different from usual but in certain ways, people seem thoughtful and focused and reflective kind and. In some ways. Conversations I had with people here on the telephone if I in is in the supermarket with Michio the they might be otherwise I'm lucky again in both places because I'm in. The small town of not as affected as big cities and. Towns of privileged. So everybody was most concerned about those without a roof over the heads with family nearby jobs I had a pretty lucky I. Think you know, Pico, you mentioned in Japan people are to wearing masks both literally and figuratively and I cringed at that because I don't want to have a world where we wear literal masks I would want even less to have where we all have figurative masks and maybe we'll have more literal masks in our future. But what you're saying is when you got back to California, people might have been wearing masks but they were being a little more honest and open with each other's is that right? Yes. That is right. I'm I think in Japan the FIGURATIVE MOSQUES Seen as a form of social duty I think you know as you know, the Japanese define themselves by the the whole unit, the neighborhood or the country or the company, and they feel everybody around me is suffering, and so my job is to make people feel better. I don't want to inflict my own suffering on people who already going through a lot. I want to offer them what I can in the way of help Williamson. And support, and so actually I like that quality about Japan essentially positive and and also they're not rattled by things sometimes very small things will come along and and other places. I'll see people get very shocked and caught up in the fight of the moment and Japan has much more level suffix, which makes it in some ways a calm place you're right that they're not good at facing up to some of the DACA places. The, dogs spots in history. But as a win a sort of social lubricant, I think it makes for at least a cheerful atmosphere and it's sort of related to being considered socially. Exactly, it's. It's. It's. It's a matter of thinking about the other person before yourself and then recalling if remember in the Nami two, thousand eleven, eighteen, thousand, five, hundred people died and when people watch the footage on TV they were surprised the Japanese was so quiet uncomplaining and I think that's because even though one person that loves to people right here at the house, she knew that everybody around her had losses also and so she didn't want to compound that. Grief
The History Of The Ping-Pong Video Game
"June one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, Nashua New Hampshire. It's four months since bill, Harrison secret meeting with Ralph Baer and today they're finally unveiling their prototype game console to the company's top brass. Their TV game device isn't much to look at it's an aluminum box the size of a briefcase with a bunch of dials and switches poking out of the top senior executives and the board of directors take seats at the conference table from the head of the table. The company's stony-faced founder Roydon Sanders Surveys, the room his gaze settles on bear across the table. Every time bear pushes up his glasses sweat makes him slip back down again. Bear I. Hear you've been fooling around with some TV gadgetry, some kind of toy. It. Yes. Sir. That's correct. Well, let me be clear. I'm not sure I'm happy with people making toys on my dime. So whatever this thing is it better be good. They're tries to smile it comes out as a grimace with that Harrison switches on the TV set. Okay we're ready. Bear takes a deep breath and starts his presentation. This is the TV game unit. It can play seven different games. You select a game by turning this dial and to to explain the Games, I prerecorded instructions on an audio cassette, and maybe this cassette could come with the device to teach families how to use it. Bear pushes his glasses backup knows deep down he knows he's invented something groundbreaking but that doesn't change the fact that he's pitching a toy to one of America's top military contractors, and now that the presentation started, there's no turning back. Bear turns the dial on the box to lonely squares appear on the screen. One is white. The other red bear presses play on the cassette. Please I have your attention. The first game are chess game. Please fasten the chessboard overlay. There takes out of transparent plastic sheet with a chessboard design and places it over the TV screen. Thanks to the static on the screen. The plastic sheets sticks with the overlay attached. Now looks as though the two squares on the screen are pieces on a chessboard bears prerecorded tape. Rolls. On. The game is played by two players joysticks. The object of this game is to reach the opponents position moving one square at a time. Please shut me off. Bear stops the cassette and pick up a joystick. The executive stare is bare and Harrison Guide their onscreen squares around the chessboard. The. Room disconcertingly quiet. The TV game unit can't do sound one board members stifles a yawn. Bear decides he'd better move onto the next game he whips the chessboard. Screen pushes up his glasses and restarts the audio cassette. Now, for a little more action, let's have a steeplechase one will be the hunter. One will be the Fox shut me off. please. Barron Harrison Start Moving two squares around the otherwise empty screen the moment. Harrison Square catches bear square the game restarts. There's no scoring the TV game. Unit camp keep scores. When executive fiddles with tie some board members cover their size with their hands others don't bother the presentation is tanking fast. But then Harrison pulls out a toy rifle. The executive sit up Harrison grins don't worry folks at isn't loaded. It's just a light gun. There turns the game selection switch a large white square appears on a screen and starts roaming around at random bear presses play on the tape. We're are going to test your accuracy as a marksman. We guarantee if you can shoot straight with this rifle, you can shoot straight with anything. There's no way of predicting just where the target is going to be. Now, let's see if you can hit. The target shooting game immediately changes the mood among the executives. Maybe there could be a military application for bears toy after all soon, the suited executives are lining up to take potshots at the onscreen. Target. After the demonstration Bayern. Harrison stand in silence as the sanders associates executives confer I don't think the rightful gain will cut it for military training needs a lot more work if it's going to do that I agree agree but still it was fun. Wasn't it sure but we're not a toy company. Eventually. All eyes. Settle on Roydon Sanders Sanders strokes is mustache and then looks at bear This is interesting. Not sure what we can do with this thing, but I wanna see where it leads but fair next time I want to see something we can sell or license. Got It. Bear manages a smile. His project is still alive for now.
Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains why he didn't take knee or wear Black Lives Matter shirt Friday
"We had an incredible opening weekend of games name a star level player that player delivered at least once if not twice over the first three or four nights of the NBA's restart here in Orlando, we had crazy comeback wins. By the Houston Rockets, we had a dominant performance by. Jaanus over some little pesky pip squeak team from New England I forget who they might be. We got Marcus smart got fined for trying to work the officials. We've got storylines upon story lines. The clippers bounce back from their loss to the Lakers. Looking excellent and just throttling the New Orleans Pelicans. There's so many different directions that we can go Michael that I decided. Here's what we're GONNA do opening weekend heaters we're GONNA have just open ended questions are we're going to ping pong back and forth you give me your answers I'm going to give you my answers to these questions and try to cover as much ground as possible before we get there though I do want to double back quickly on the national anthem demonstrations that we touched on last episode, we got so many thoughtful emails from various members of the open floor globe on this subject, but I think there was a major development after we spoke on Friday. and. That involve Jonathan Isaac Meyers. Leonard Gregg Popovich Becky Hammon and one of the NBA referees all deciding to not kneel to not really participate in what had been in unified demonstration on Thursday. All of those people who chose to stand were obviously doing it on principle and they were doing it knowing there was going to be a lot of attention their direction. Now, if you look at Popovich amend the referee essentially, they were trying to just say, Hey, I support the the Social Justice Movement it's it's a private or personal decision for the referee said look I it's important to me to stand Meyers Leonard made a similar comment. Essentially. Saying that his brothers military service in the in the military service of close people in his life led him to WanNa stand to salute the flag. But within Isaac was a slightly different case and he actually used this entire demonstration opportunity to almost have a one man demonstration of his own. In his belief, the idea of the black lives matters movement quote unquote doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. He also said that you know we shouldn't be necessarily judging things solely based on skin color that we should be trying to live a life basically you know in God's mold and try to live up to his standard, and that Jesus Christ was his personal savior and and that he wanted everyone to focus on that. Aspect of of living rather than the particular issue that was being brought forward with the black lives matter movement by the players he didn't really get any major pushback. Within the NBA Community people respected his right to make a stand. He actually not only did he stand during the national anthem? He didn't wear a black lives matter t shirt which many people notice because he was essentially the only player not to do that his whole personal story Michael took a crazy twist over the weekend and sad twist when he wound up tearing his ACL injury that's going to end his time here in Orlando obviously but also could cost him all of next season. So now talk about a whirlwind seventy, two hours for player who generated millions of us with his comments about the protests. I'm curious. Let's start with Jonathan Isaac. What did you make of his decision? After we've seen things settle in the last couple of days You know maybe it doesn't seem quite as Eye Opening as it did at that moment, but I'll admit I was I was surprised to see given the buy in from everybody on opening night. Right, I mean I just WanNa Start and say that it it really really is a bummer to see anyone get injured but particularly is ICK who was already on restriction he was already playing with a humongous brace on his leg from a previous injury that cost him a majority of this regular season before it was suspended. So I just I feel for him greatly. I I think generally speaking. The coverage of who stands in who sits I mean we talked about this heading in anticipated it I. Think I think the coverage is generally besides the point and it doesn't really get the point I feel like people are using. This as an opportunity to shame those who are standing in a little bit I mean Meyers Leonard. said, he couldn't sleep before he made the decision to stand and that's just like not. The whole focus or the point here right like. You can obviously Support Black lives and also stand for the national anthem. It is a symbolic gesture that is what it is in the case of Isaac. I really had a difficult time understanding even what his message was until you interpreted it the way that you did I mean I watched the clip of Him Multiple Times survey there I'm GonNa just GonNa read what he said I and then we can use that as a jumping off point because I don't WanNa torture what he said earlier and I might have done that. So sorry for that. He says quote absolutely I believe that black lives matter kneeling while wearing a black lives matter t shirt doesn't go hand in hand with supporting black lives. I. Don't think kneeling or putting on a T. shirt for me personally is the answer i. Feel like for me, black lives are supported through the Gospel. All lives are supported through the Gospel. We all have things that we do wrong. Sometimes, it gets into a place of pointing fingers. We all fall short of God's glory whoever will humble themselves and seek God and repent of their sins. We can see our mistakes and people's mistakes and evil in a different light. Racism isn't the only thing that flags our society, our nation and our world, and he basically said he wanted this conversation to get out of the realm of skin color because the answer to all of our problems in everything that goes on in our world is Jesus. So. when I watched the clip. I'll I'll be honest. I was a little confused where he was going to after typing it all out trying to marinate on what he was saying I think he essentially wanted to have a demonstration on behalf of his religious beliefs and that this was an opportunity for him to say look you know focusing only on one particular group I. Guess in his view, the black lives matter group and you know everybody wearing a t-shirt doesn't necessarily achieve the wider goal which would be presumably healthy living. You know honest living you know Living which to him as a higher priority I think that's where he was going with his statements.
AstraZeneca Rivals Moderna in Race to Successful SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine with ChAdOx1 nCov-19!
"So I'm glad to be back and I have a pretty exciting show for everyone today the main. Main Serb we're going to talk about is the latest publication by AstraZeneca in the Journal. The. Lancet of their source to vaccine, and we're going to take a look at the data, look safety and contrast that to what I talked about with regards to earn his maxine last week. So definitely check out that show first and then watch this if you're interested by. That's going to be the main story, and then we're also gonNA touch on a few other biotech companies that invested in that updated their earnings, the last little wild for Q. Two. So that's going to do for the show. And really that's not much going on in the biotech space unfortunately lately, we seem quite a sell off in the X., p. I and I think that's largely due to the executive orders announced by the trump administration when I looked at them though it didn't seem to affect the company's I'm invested in which are mostly small and mid cap. Biotech. These executive orders had more of an impact on drugs that actually price right now in the market and the one in particular, that's concerning for large-cap Pharma is the one that forces companies to maintain pricing through the US and ex us. A lot of companies are able to charge a premium in the US compared to ex us, and now there's going to have to be normalized in what that means is that often these left lower their price for Americans which they didn't need to do before this so. That's kind of what's going on in biotech space excitement in the market otherwise has to do more with the tech companies that just destroyed their earnings on Friday. So we saw a huge increases in facebook, apple Amazon Google. So the sciences to be flowing more towards those companies than the XP. Even though the FBI did recently hit all-time highs. Personally I managed to get on a road trip in the last week or so and I checked out SEDONA Arizona for those who've not been there. It's definitely worth checking out if you live in the US, it's it's pretty gorgeous place except for the heat, the heat is pretty insane and somebody lives in San Diego, it's shocking to see the numbers go up to one hundred and fourteen degrees, Fahrenheit, but it was nice to get away for a bit and one other piece of business I. GotTa Get through is to give a shoutout to a friend of mine named Dave Coggin. And the reason for this that we had a friendly bet over a ping pong tournament yesterday that I would give him a shout-out if I lost all the games against him and he ended up beating me in every one of them. So with that, let's actually get into the meat of the show. And again, thanks everybody. All support all the emails in tweets in the comments on my channel are very, very much appreciated. It does go far with in terms of spreading the word and getting the podcast out there. So thank you for that. Now, the first company I WANNA talk about is trillium therapeutics, and they're sitting around fifty, five, hundred and fifty, million dollar market CAP, and we're talking about them today because they had a press release announcing a delay in data and people were expecting a clinical update on their six to one and sixty two product in the middle of twenty twenty, and that's around this time now, and instead what we're hearing is that they're going to. To this update at the American Society for Hematology Meeting in December of twenty twenty. So it's about a six month delay, not the end of the world, but there was really no relevant update provided in this press release. They mentioned that can relax refractory C. T. cell patients have been enrolled in the first four cohorts, and they were treated with the sixty. One monotherapy at does doses up to one point, four milligrams per kilogram. They also mentioned that they completed dose limiting top evaluation of cohort four, which is that one point, four milligrams per kilogram does and they're now moving onto the two point zero milligram per kilogram dose. So not really much to report the stock sold off from the sevens to around the fives and then was bought back into the sixes. So I think my average position is around the fives end. I decided not take an additional position into it because I am pretty heavy in the stock. And yet, it's unfortunate delay, but I don't think the fundamentals of the company at all are in jeopardy and some other things to know if you WANNA take a position in sort of CD, forty, seven molecule, which is what Chile him is commercializing They did announce a solid tumor study, which is going to be starting pretty soon, and we're GONNA see data in that in twenty twenty one. So if they see good data in solid tumors I think the stock could Garner maybe a five x valuation from where it is. Now, let's kind where I see trillium eventually, and I plan on holding well into twenty. Twenty one.
How HHS’s new hospital data reporting system will actually affect the U.S. Covid-19 response
"So hospitals around the country are scrambling to figure out a new data reporting requirement from the trump administration. There were told this week to send critical information about covid nineteen directly to the Department of Health and Human Services, which bypasses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The move created confusion at hospitals and alarmed public health experts who worry about public access to this important data. We're joined now to talk about this with the NPR's Ping Pong. Thanks so much for being with US warning. Scott H here. This new reporting change has been affections wins day. Can we tell how it's going? Yes, so it's been a mixed bag I've heard from a few hospitals around the country. Some say it's been really hard. Some say it's been really confusing and other states been okay, but they're still sorting out the details of the change, but according to hhs more hospitals have been reporting this week that have in the recent past and they say that was one of the reasons. They wanted to implement this new system. Stripper Ping which changed for a hospital. Okay, well for a couple of months since the beginning of the pandemic hospitals have been reporting this daily data about the number of covid patients, they have the number of beds and ventilators. They have available to the CDC and the CDC has been gathering this data they've been. They've been putting up on their website to give updates on hospital capacity, which is you know whether hospitals have enough resources and protective gear to take care of the covid nineteen patients that are coming in, but under this new rule, hospitals are now supposed to report the state up either to their state health departments or to a different system called talent tracking, which has been set up by a private company, and which provides data directly to HHS, shall hospital still report the data just somewhere else What has some experts and officials so concerned? Yes so hospitals are still required to report the data, but they say it's been a big burden to change things up right now. Especially for those facing certain coronavirus, cases and doctors have also pointed out that the administration seems to be saying. Hospitals have to use this new reporting system to gain access to federal supply from decifit here, which is one of the only drugs known to work against covid nineteen. Top scientists at the CDC says these new reporting methods ignore valuable experience at the CDC has gathering this data? Here's Dr Daniel! POLLICK! We have a long standing working relationship with the hospitals. We have means of being able to quality checks over the incoming data. He's not sure that the information coming in from these other methods will be as good as the data CDC was collecting and public health experts have also been raising concerns basie this in the context of the administration fighting federal scientists over Corona Virus Advice, and they say this could be part of a pattern in which the administration is trying to sideline the CDC The nation's public health agency in the middle of a pandemic. And this week CDC website that the chaired that hospital data with the public went dark for dare to do. We know what happened. Yes, oh. This is the website that was getting updated three times a week, and it went down briefly, and then it came online again, but it's using old data and reporting from Alex Smith at member station K. C. You are in Missouri, says hospitals there are currently without access to critical data. They've been using for their daily and weekly reports. They hope the issues will be sorted out in the next days or even weeks, but in the meantime the Missouri Hospital Association says they'll be very much in the dark
Papal ping-pong? Vatican opens summer camp amid virus
"For the Vatican is getting into the summer camp business started in July there will be ping pong tables taken over the Vatican auditorium of giant pool in the Vatican gardens and team sports on the Vatican helipad the holy see is offering a month of tennis swimming games and sports for the children Vatican employees help compensate for the lack of normal Campen travel options as a result of the corporate virus
WHO promises review of COVID-19 response amid calls from EU, US
"NPR's ping pong says members of the WHL including the European Union are calling for an independent review of how the organization has dealt with the pandemic W. H. O. member countries taking part in a virtual meeting of the world health assembly called for an independent investigation into how the organization has handled the cobit nineteen response Australia's minister of health Greg hunt says Australia and the E. you are co sponsoring the resolution we need to learn the lessons from this pandemic and ensure we have the strongest possible global health architecture with enhanced ability to prevent and respond to future outbreaks critics say W. H. O. was too trusting of China's coronavirus information early on and that the organization has no power to make countries comply with their guidance long and
"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"Doesn't bajic the magic hello and welcome to flintoff savage and the ping pong guy that may messy by some more meeks helping we're gonna talk about the fallout from the extrordinary tempering episode terry press conferences and all also gonna talk about young kids and getting them to dare to be brilliant remember use hashtag fred southside suggests future topics before we get gun on my not i did you come up with the top pick kids do into billion but what did not stop it come from somebody that is related to my new book right yeah kids all able the nine tate doing a piece on marino this week 'cause we're not talking about him well i did the piece on cipriani came out on saturday went down well him and his mom is mama plant cabdriver extraordinarily we know we know did you know i'm having dinner with danny and his girlfriend choose is unbelievably good guy really nice chap all these of the two that will be but before we get onto that is what we've been up to this week u2 or go to say i've been looking up you've had very interesting weeks he wants to start going to probably i wouldn't say about is week for two weeks so i went to spain to what's my eldest son in the competition lost in the quarterfinals don't accept see well proud of him and then got back full went to seville seville by munich severe by munich good game got day on then deliver pool against manchester city in on believable game walsum it three to liverpool then astle against cs k moscow and then i did the manchester dhabi at the weekend and beating cardiff today have been about yeah for bt spoil i can say face the bt sport pub cup and the guy who's doing it was a guy called tub massive fan of the show you know what so basically pubs enter the competition the final get guess play at the king power stadium it's pretty but it took me back to when i was a kid going to watch my sunday morning football team you know the black holes it was and it was like.
"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
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"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
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"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"Doesn't magic magic hello and welcome to flintoff savage and the being bombed guy that's me matthew side some more meets you tell peaks we're gonna talk sandpaper gate sporting humiliations and some of the charity work we've done he's a hashtag fred southside suggest future topics before we get going let's talk about what we normally talk about which is what we're not over the last week involving fred you of had big weeks yeah we have my view mind's gone from the ridiculous to the sublime i was desperate the way around yeah that's the way a right way round sublime to the ridiculous now the dickey's to the sublime nova system a weaker finishing the week soup limelight with sport relief i wanna start with what happened to mail monday which is i would say the most sublime yetlis abuse i've all you have solo life ever ever use a footballer you put birmingham you put up blattman lester for wales robbie savage and this unsettle is this is this is this is this is good uncalledfor i abuse about so busy i don i was going to watch a game of football so come off the most way to the junction this guy went past me pulled up the traffic lights about maya later two lanes so i was outside lane this cop pulled and inside and he was stand at the car so i said this time the gentleman next as you stare at us and i thought stance that he's looking at the car.
"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
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"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"The last day of the tax angry and i'm going to play show england e3 endured to win just say and the guy wickets left on the last day there's no way in the world aside but go flat three hundred shells hope they would unsold zoa our they skate knows many way owner not many is it that it on the last day on june avenue right where i slept when the bomb yami start johnson i'm playing shows no even if i go i go i go out at old trafford and it's as much in two thousand and five about forty odd shinbones boy round the wicket incident roof experienced who were and an either out caught mid on chinese him for sickle your strobe recharge your measure denver enjoys you lost again nobody for four hours and quincy i was in for about fifty minutes about forty two upper pave the table lugan we will imposition bill asked now we didn't lose we will you want we win the series okay but i'm sure john role in jail i would say somebody's not welcome some of these name zero you say geoffrey boycott right if he was playing in magadan a should be good i would know what gm would know what she in what is the pilot baby really baby fred's what may be there are certain sports people do embrace the aesthetics we want to look good we want to entertain and even if it might cause you still nor point that i look good i wasn't type apply i wasn't i wasn't like aggressed will bore i wasn't the beautiful book abreu severe igf boos at second wicket igf was out second wicket the cargo by his crowd.
"ping pong" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy
"And why captain they do it a thing it but you see the on the other side the promoter of these events owns the event you could start your own dance brand if he wanted to in have woken goals if you could find people who wanted to do it and of an an audience i think the dots fraternities signs society has moved on but the people that they are providing this product four on necessarily keen on seeing what they perceive to be a sexist institution like the wall on bells and they've decided to make it a change of you they are free is promoters to take that decision in the interests of what they think that consumers want now they've got a free choice heavenly of course stab righteous thing i just think it's wrong flipping onto the phil neville thing because i think this was a genuinely very difficult control policy because neville took on the role policy england women's football team coach she's proud of having got that role but that was very difficult because i think a lot of people felt wiesner a woman and also they thought that has been fasttracked into that job just because he was a good place as a couple of things at stake keno should plays immediately transition into management roles neville of course did go through proper training took his pro licence had been in the system manager united and valencia yeah so so yeah it's been a hit a coach at a but not in women's football now now i get that but shouldn't be the best best person for the job yet whether it be a woman or a man shelf ted let's say if i was playing the primary if i was painted football in britain now any lee and for me a for a for x ladies player annexed lady coach wanted to manage my side if it was the best person for the job i've got no prompt that why should rightly andrey semi clayton abate but not of sexism point of view on we used to be our international coaches combing coach and england side everyone's saying oh why can't you go.
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"Explain what happened the police officer didn't turn up the magistrate found in my favour nor got the conviction of a ton did you well done felt good yeah move on with denise ah she ever gets others she she was in the model of the story those you've got the tablet she ashley married the guy cold nikki who was the bruce the for bros owners illness there isn't vote all of that was the other one let loose and they started a really successful record label but she didn't you are just the right this topic up your do you not think that in spor you actually have especially in team teamsport there's a lot of people you have to put your trust in your teammates you'll teammates you'll manager i've been misplaced a few times now misplaced trust you have to ask to i i think we've talked before about you you don't ask the galmor ought to be friends with everyone you got a trust everyone and i didn't in the teams i put him in iraq and it was probably it eleven as icees 2005 brunet media i recommend trusted eight eighty eight of them and then of the three now i got them by a few people got close to a couple of people and then all of a sudden when push came to show of they will be not there for may but not but even worse than not light and people come in and say send someone comes to a a rewrote someone comes into a team and then you will cast the rim and then you because i when i started playing with england it was a it was a different difficult place to be and you walk in a new player he's not the from this place and i remember the and i thought you know any new play a common and i'm gonna make a massive out here 'cause i knew what it was like i'm secure myself i'm secure my position on my ability that these people not threats the potential team metsu the cannot me out.
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"To start since say your your a good thing peng right you you you toffee game how many teams you've gone uplift for you a right see play for the national team yeah nomination i gotta competition so that will depend wish one and then tonight low ping pong now well depends on if you're winning the pro tour events but if you win i think the world cup prizemoney must have been about fifty thousand dollars for the winner then you play in the sponsored events i played in competitions in america the c is classic ellis spin tournament illustrate as van on then the puppy at galas may very play fiasco let me play for you club rider murray league french league the killers will the metaverse acquire skin square garden how's she called chicago he pled days or general before one of the killers spin events we went out you are the the nba the chicago bulls entering the halftime we did the exhibition within an eu frontal yet who pulled out there's douglass well then and then in the old days east bill play for the club but then you can potentially find the super circuit that's all i saw you play for the club in england i played always in in i did play very ground might june is all i was playing in the in the league in france pulled a multi you you didn't play in england early note because there was no cashing it oh that's why should we not go you well that was a big deal the club molly was pole so you don't go by saw the going line area so on average and has a table tennis print this was a cia eliana this talks until five years ago when your other business you're speaking took off here which we'll get one sadao yeah this one of the ping pong in how you enjoy your career from age of wall.
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"There are no no no no no seven no this event will i meant by that wall saw the top players in the world atwood on sevenfigure this is amazing the this is a you at abided at home so a pingpong though we'll get a meal 'success saw the man millionb alone over the imposibilia ping pong the last tournament i played in japan every match you play play one hundred matches a year every match you one ugo certain amount of money and the winner of the series go two million dollars elle what was samba surf in japan you played on that i played the thing associated with it this is one of the reasons i retard i played forty matches in the long so had two hundred matches over the year and it would be sort of interspersed route the twelve months but there was one chunk of forty matches have you there you have to pay your own expenses but if he can thousand dollars for each win and you've got a million potential price found at the end of it lost about forty straight again then get paid anything on that trip zero laude leader you don't near belle when you say you get paired seven figures you don't get a retender nobody pairs you i got source told vagrant the fifty grand a year to put end so you can it from a number of different sources so you have the club so i played for bordeaux for five years model for five years you go out there you get a retainer.
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"So you think ness now so hopefully before mom and dad to say you some is in hospital is that a car accident you know while on the day he was getting they did not the time i see that i was getting reese did had no idea had been released can you imagine as they come to the hospital worried about their son is he going to be okay while stays in this sort of his head on calculation three cars the car pileup so i need to get pole from the car the neck brace on it was in the board so taught us online in bed moment that come into the installs patel and say while they were they were crying i was guide now to tell him from a hospital bed that have been released well and that was the big thing of the way wearing concerned about in the slightest so the day i go release amount is the night aircraft at a catholic on fema leftarm amp so in my head and thinking while i was i was i was a football for manchester united yesterday at all everything at everything malvo's my world that not day i was i was lying in a hospital bed couldn't fema leftarm be pulled out of a car crash on i i lost my second family in terms of the players i grew up with you and and i hadn't nothing i was there the trajectory here robes really interesting because member last week you talking about i think it was the scout hugh roberts who turned up soil you play you all selected for the united youth team that's the situation of massive euphoria of how you and your parents now you've gone through this transition and they've told you you not good enough to get into the senior tape so this is in addition to the accident that is a huge crushing blow did you at any point sites yourself you know what maybe i should turn my back home football obviously you didn't make that decision but how did you psychologically bill backed up to a situation where you're prepared to give it another go.
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"To be a cookie but then growing up i started it's not by the extra is a football but when i was nineteen twenty put for england during a bit of money i thought my off the ball at an hour side to cows couldn't afford to pay for any of them and i got caught open what was going on off the field when i suppose it's what robbie saying if i saw it my game out on the field if i got my game right if i performed all that other stuff will take irvy's south but i took my off the ball for a little bit and i fell foul mouth you could you footballers and you know people when they say footballers too much money that's a massive generalization because let's look at people in the conference my team wrexham there'd be a wall five six hundred pound a week lee warn rian a bit more leisure suit can i just say one thing they love they love the sport but the thing is which i think we always took on a little bit is the fight the sania five six hundred pound all the novice goodrich you know madonna and always life probably not much it says it's yes it is but the sacrifices you know sacrificing the sack of the so i i want to tell you sacrifice theory everyone says to become a professional sportsman you make sacrifices all right if i missed out on four or five nights out my mess on a missile ten curry's and a few hours to line up i think i've come out or i i don't see that as a sacrifice i see that as an investment you would not be set you now i've been played odem gins wrote him clubs for wales for less for darby you don't tell your opponent it you're right for this that never don't tell me that you've made sacrifices to get you doing exactly what you want it's not a sacrified fourteen and fifteen and ucla made going to nightclubs they've go friends they go into to these holidays oh y'all don't blame but solely but scholley your thing to self journal i'm not going to do that because i want to be a football i want to be a cricket too so i'm going to give up i'm not gonna do that i'm going to be straight away from temptation because this is all i wanna be shoulder that's the sacrifice who is it so they'll petunias it's a walkout at the millennium stadium if seventy thousand people you're you missed out i'm going into nightclubbing crew one night not pulling dodgy go to cooking morning on the last ones that's not a sacrifice as a bonus matthew matthew you said you on of you on this there's no doubt that sportsman make sacrifices in order to get to the top it's not easy to turn down the temptations of going to the nightclub in wells wherever else but at the same time i think we we kind of we eulogize sports people for the sacrifices they make when as he rightly point out freddie's and investment an investment in something you love and i think of my mum who stacked shelves as the to the secretary we had students living in our house and she had to cook for them as well as three children she had my brother at sixteen may eighteen sister twenty two she's worked out all her life and not very much money she's always given to other people you know people like that who are the backbone of our nation and let me talk about the work ethic of mo farah who runs thirty k a week or andy murray doing warm weather training in florida whatever else i think we neglect the fact that ordinary people up and down the country putting in a shift every day they don't get praised they don't get you gye that don't get into the newspapers i don't much money but it's those people who make the country tick i agree with you but those people might have wanted to be a sport sportsperson but wang good enough didn't have the talent didn't do ten thousand hours bose says what is this is where i sympathize a little bit with six oh six cole was that i'm not gonna say these very often.
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"Know you know with is you've been do by you having a bath because he sounds like he's talking on the water it's gone alex's going gun might my theory disl we just lost my few that is he what what did did you you do do you know what robby we're going to get game back on a phone line of all the people doing our podcast cast if there was one of his is going to do it from dubai five as i said i would've said i would never set the ping pong guy you've changed my view saieed you've changed guy i'm on the phone the same studios hey can you hear me now can you may know must must be be awful awful to the press on sports so i was going to say that i think that there is a role for journalists who aren't necessarily people who've made it to the very pinnacle of sport able to tell a story that the public can relate to and to explore why two themes that nevertheless important but all about the intricacies of the sport did you see what i mean thing like roby's question when he said you don't know you've never been eight sounds absolutely awful boot's rather than the journalist i've been a little bit of an issue about it or ganging together i'm pilot on robbie savage why did not come by with a constructive constructive reason saying well this is what we can do robin getting a bit shirt she about it that's what a finally journalists it looked questioning plays they live question sports people question them they close ranks i think we all defensive we can be a bit prickly about that but that's why i think in most good newspaper coverage and all good radio and television coverage you have the journalists but you also have experts like we'll be savage writing in the mirror like you freddie i think you had a column in a newspaper at one time so you get the balance between the people who have one in the game in one outside the game and then you have the as it were the stall columnist who provides the inside analysis that the public looking for too so i think you can get a balance of the two as well obviously finale now very ill and then that was the wrong question on i've never said it ever again but jews thickness some gymnasts out there that will look myself and fred thinking hang on a minute these guys on journalists trained these guys have swarmed into this job because of they've played football and haven't did it did it as a bit of resentment from some journalists the same gang on these guys then x pounds in their careers and they've just swarmed into new job without doing the necessary training for it and you can kind of understand it i'm not me i don't understand it because you've just said on the one hand to give an insight that the joe's couldn't get so why do they get the i've i've fold follow this of odem i've been questioned saying oh you already do co for off and we got more than me well because not often you get more than you'll ever know soon more than you ever know criticism i say you can understand it i think it's quite human reaction when somebody is coming onto your turf earning more money getting high profile getting headlines and you think it's your profession but i don't think it's reasonable justified tool for one minute i mean member i go to bit of this and i came from spool suddenly parachuted into the times i didn't have to go through a local newspaper like many others have to do michael atherton he's chief cricket correspondent of the times now i think they must be a bit of resentment he said that pingpong fellow swans in here as i was going to go for because just about the psychology of what it's like for example you fred you on top of the lulled you.
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"Doesn't matter the magic hello and welcome to flint savage in me matthew the ping pong guy sired before we get going thanks so much for getting in touch again through the week he's in the hashtag fred saf side you can use that hash tag to suggest topics and issues you'd like to hear about next week let's start as we always do by what we've been doing in the last few days fred's any tears you know what my view not says this week nearly back to normal but not going to lie what i've been doing all you know i've been i've been avoided in situations that could bring tears hobie sissy for the main signs on the ban list i'm not what you know be sits it i'm not going twenty functions which involve retirement or anything because i can't keep crying i kept crying cry but say what did do this week i went to watch the champions league match that i watched less than but goes to the ground i didn't watch it at all i watched it in annoucing less i'm doing this job for compnay author the i think you obviously said job for right you have got bills to pay bill he'll do anything for a few kids coming from the man it would jump on a lions back from the five hundred hey you don't even have a go at me so aggressively sows and the premises you sit and watch the champions league we find bins when oslo fines up into the funds this time against leicester towards the less to seville game of not a family of fox's of answer real real dues dressed as fox's on the watched it on a must admit when i thought it was going to go into extra time always i i was was panicking kim my west got through i am celebrated as much have you ever had foxe's at night we embed yeah bizarre isn't it yeah gino why no you don't know why the noise they make yeah because it's fox unless you're this is going to get him but i'll tell you is because fox is when they have been reproduce all right right bob will this week's got spikes on it and things we the female is that what was just that's just that's just niche right that's just a niche as it is buying on the noise punk fine mate nature i am your man wow tweeting david attenborough so you'd be true i recognize apocryphal robbie directly it's fallon i agree i've had a good week at a few things cheltenham when leicester murtha ted vote on nothing but the main thing of double a dictionary and i've got two in why is you table wobbly he calls when matthews that were makina victim last week that would that's a few units this wanted me to dixie i'm going to get from interlude to words week because i'm living in now with to you're recovery recovery all night i've got from for my my toilet toilet why machiavellian i'm gonna learn to this week i've got well i'm gonna come to go got this week and you're going to put it in the podcast and you've got some uf said it okay well but forever might time of day you know often no off levitt i also just went into the studio time joe's regularly and yeah it's just what happens when chicago bailey well have you to be regular forever i know the surpri eleven to come to live on the edge roby let's my seriously still you i'm spontaneity slug cussing you're supposed to be caught work pains i just guys let's get into the mates you so okay kite suffolk number one this is a controversial one fred at other we're going to take this but you want to discuss the relationship between the press and sports yeah and i do you know what i don't know where i'm going to take this either is is very open and the thing about a presence for is yes the press always the major sporting events they comment or matches their common players comment on this that and the other but i'm not always shoe it's responsible i'm not always sure is particularly well informed i'm not saying there aren't some great articles out there but i've fallen foul of the press whether it's people have an agendas or disliking people and writing about them also as well remember this if you're writing on a sporting event or about somebody you are provide you're provided with a job to.
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"Doesn't add magic hello and welcome to the third episode in the new show flintoff savage and the ping pong mackey side thanks for getting in touch through the week he's in the hashtag fred subside if you said something nice says a pretty good bet that robbie re tweeted gaza become absorbs kyle of so so we've been up to this week boys frederick i'm becky me brands you ever quiet week the highlight or not the highlight the biggest moments of my week was storm dory's blew me get so that's the extent of my week that's it actually blew the gates off the hinge that the flu the gates of buddha panels out the middle it was wild way you had a flu install doris from seville playing lord of leicester funds decent results who got the way goal and it was one of those matthew when the plane lands everybody cheers you know instead of singing robbie savage's whatever the word is everybody wasn't to be further less the funds of much to cheer about recent that's echo they'll take anything klis flown so much that even when this heavy turbulence you don't mind june as you know i had this bizarre episode and india onto after its much he used to enjoy myself so after it's s much in india about a few things for the last night but we're flying at six o'clock the next morning so we've all got on this flight i'm a bit worse for i'm a bit tired so i've gone the lynn i've got me elmo because the cow is in me bag and a fall fast asleep you click ale mt now used to carry around so put it on me helmet some sounded fun next minute plan lines i wake up jump apartments and going into the over a baggage compartment i turn around everybody on the plan there is a slow wide there's no cooler in the face without an emergency london booted fluid into engine one of the engines of gun would just london wherever you know where we was slept through it right now we got some meaty topics today savages told us sav that he might even be mentioning some famous philosophers i'm going to kick off with the question of hunger drive leicester city five thousand one underdogs win the premier league they got new cars they got pay rises they got justified adulation but i suspect a little bit of complacency came in the heroics that rousing team unity i think has disappeared to a certain extent and they've been blaming the manager rather than fronting up for bad results so to what extent can one sustain hunger and motivation even when one is surrounded by glory that's the question dilemma to start by asking robbie what do you think about well i think it was always going to be impossible for that lasts it's outside to recreate what they achieved that expect them to be in the bottom three as we speak no but that's a group of average players who've overachieved and overachieved to a point which i don't believe they'll ever do ever again whereas the point where you can talk about manchester united when they went all all them those trophies they will play for manchester united show you believe they are the best place in the world these lesser players just had one season one moment where everything aligned you're the teams are going through transition every single player play to the maximum and they will not only there's a famous piece in a book which i've research and i'm just wanna read it see matthew reilly got riley the famous coach and manager who led the los angeles lakers mama he to multiple championships say's that teams tend to follow a trajectory when they start before they have won a team is innocent if the conditions are right they come together they watch out for each other and work together toward their collective goal this date he calls the innocent climb and that is less that was less to when they won the league after the team starts to win a media attention begins the simple bonds joined individuals together begin to fray plays calculate their own employees chess well frustrations emerged eagles appear the innocent climb pat riley says is almost always followed by the disease of me it can strike anyone in in any year any moments and it does with alarm and regular i'm i'm not big on course but that's that's pretty good but it does raise the.
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"Doesn't magic the magic liberal welcome to the second episode of flintoff savage and the ping pong guy that's me by the way side we will come up with some meaty sporting issues to go teeth into some fantastic topics but before we get there let's just talk about the last few days what we've been up to each of us i'll start by saying that i've been researching my next book took a week off from the times it sounds tracking league stuck in a library what about you about you must he was being stuck in a library to learning to read he's definitely the other blow dry say well here i've been doing i've been retweeting tweeting all the puzzle if covets our right right i'm glad you might my week has consisted of i went to scotland if i'm if a three days to what woman coming out it's beautiful however my trip was spoilt by u2 how well last week did you listen to a word i said i did this hard hits in peace on social media about the doosan social media one of the things i said was if someone puts a compliment ope do not re tweets it all i seen these re tweets from robbie savage where people have said maybe i've got it wrong about europe maybe not a bird so i've just been listed my few sade oh that book again no mrs lewis the book you tweeted on twitter la tweet on twitter you know we need to hear about this from my book right the mrs sumo is go books thinking she's been midlife murphy created a monster she's causing every two minutes she saying we meet my coming out for dinner it'd be a meeting of minds he said don't worry about rubber you can stay but that's that's what she's been going on about black books then kids you think donald open university degree in psychology she's i see toy of doing you know stick a dvd of he man the master of the universe back to last week we'll be describing me as skeletal was slightly what have you been up to robie anything no i've been was football street must you the gym up ma wasn't there he was in scotland with the family so it was just a quiet wheat really yesterday was a plot by my new with schools in on the touchline that'd be flat cappon look at absolutely sensation through fair it was a big caps to get ahead today's that was it was in two minds must you do i go full on full quiff all flat cap an flat out i saw you on the tell you thought it worked really levels gobi you'll get a kick off in in the debate this is a really really interesting but i'm quite surprised he does it does it about about resting place leicester city rested ten plays in the fa cup the question your asking is twofold one wire football is tired and to what sport takes the most out of you three why of football is soft fatty phase ready for this my so i've looked at it matthew right and so when i played and i'm sure when freddie was impressed at a matthew would in the clubs of oxford on the ping pong tables i looked at it as a kid is to go out the house at nine o'clock and i wouldn't get it in silhouette doc dad used to come to the plainfield said go on.
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"Doesn't magic the magic hello and welcome to a new show with andrew flintoff robbie savage and me matthew side do they call sign the unfairly the ping pong guy we couldn't into the big sporting issues psychology performance celebrity control the sea life in general everything in between we may even talk about pvc outfits at some stage during this girl does but before we really can i want to let you know how we got to know each other i freddie and robbie you'll good mates right we have to know each of the when i moved north a move into the area i went to the school to join me kids off and the child which for showing my kids out was robbie's lod all it i thought oh my word i'm going to get to know robbie savage here that was my best thinking it lives on the corner i'm going to bump into him oh we're going to be miss it's been a beautiful thing as now we we you know people get a preconceived idea what rub zych he's not he's all right he's all right is this true robbie you know be become good friends with with where the out out with it every single day of lives now power from a sunday every day because we every day go good jim group and we get really well we go out together with a wise a wives gotten as well which always helps kids get on yeah so beautiful beautiful you wanna move up north get involved don't one of the great friendships going on between ruben for the how on earth did i get involved in who invited me onto this nobody else's available we went through every jail is going well we we to do something do a show together unless be honest bbc five live weren't going to say you in robie crack home with it you know and they're not going to allow us to do that and trust so it's all into the big boss john o and he said juwan and i said you know someone intelligence someone who's like really eloquent with words and the best they came what was your in my view okay well that is a good way to move into topic number while i think this is the just a quick expanding people the pain bump blow people don't know yeah yes very good journalist thank you you've you've got a couple of books out yeah this one's i think but the pain bomb block yes quickly thank you i appreciate the opportunity to get what of soap before becoming a journalist i was the british table tennis number one for ten years can you email i have actually played freddie and table tennis what was it i thought gee segment for show once different sports and i played against my view but is chee interesting knocked him off from to smash mushroom ibm i and then when i did my documentary on depression sport for you did a segment on that yeah and that was a brilliant test it that's going to be a topic is sports and i need to build myself up to try and combat the animosity already feel you saying that about something yes it is a sport okay rattles but let's go in to the topic of the day and i think one of the biggest topics in sport in the last twelve months leicester city fantastic story one of the most extraordinary performances to win the premier league last season a lot of people wondered are they going to be able to maintain it we'll they sustain the momentum ran airy a coach with vision he's galvanized his players and now the wheels have unequivocally come off it's been one of the biggest turnarounds extraordinary thing why is it happened one is the theory is there any good credible argument for why this story is slowly don't wanna use the word nightmare but it's tiny into amid of a nightmare robbie well everything aligned last year five thousand one the elsewhere for them to win it every player last year performed to their maximum capability the other teams didn't perform thing that's fair they were going through transitional periods how did it happen jimmy vardi scored everything myers was brilliant drink walter was unbelievable the back four incredible the goalkeeper pulling off say there are no injuries so everything was perfect what happens now.