20 Burst results for "Pinger"
"pinger" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"But if it was medium sized, you'll go woo and if it was really small, you would say Ooh, and so everyone listening knows that what what you're talking about is something that's big. Awesome. Just by the noise you're making with your with your voice. It's quite cool. Yeah. That's ready to cope. Global brand. League populate you still got Pingu Dole's Houthi meals in Japan. Really how is really popular in Japan because they think it sounds like Japanese and people in other countries think Yeah. He's sort of our language which shows how the everyone thinks that he's speaking. To. Them. I didn't know how they made it where you because I thought, they would move the play because claymation Pingo I thought they would move the clay and sort of take a different at every point but that you have to have hundreds and hundreds of pingers. Box pinger doing every conceivable activity in the show and then if you show Pingu walking you take stationary Pingu and you replace him with a Pingu who's lifted up one foot and the new place in with the pig is lifted up even more. So you need eight pingers just to show him. Yeah. Shoot Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. That's one of those things that in hindsight makes sense. But yeah, once you've got all of them and you know you need pink who's being squashed into a ball by an older angry penguin or whatever like there's hundreds and hundreds of them always need to be in the right order I suppose and they can't operate unless they have each other like they'll be one. Pingu. But in order to walk anywhere, I need to find ten other penguins. It's a great I think it's a plot ways to be rich and analogy of saw how society only works. If we all work together in one direction as we're basically all pingree. James, did you just say one direction? Don't Know Lake. Lake, which is the Harry styles of one direction has a tattoo of Pingo and Ed Sheeran has a matching one. This is the most popular this podcast. Was If go hugo there's first because they have a right to be pissed off..
"pinger" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Then maybe try printing a photo I would try different APPS to print from a like I said and view on the windows side on the Mac preview should do it. you know open it up in the apple preview APP print from there. You got me. Keep listening if somebody comes up with something, we'll let you know. There's our puzzle of the week I have no idea. What is going on? With that printing problem and we off the air I went through a bunch of stuff I never heard of such a thing windows won't print the screen shot apple, but it looks terrible. It's got to be something about the screen shot from video, but I don't I don't understand why that would make a difference. If. It's just a Standard Pinger J. Peg. It should just Brent. Chat Room is also baffled. We've got a great chat room there my team Tech Guy hang out throughout the show at IRC, dot twit dot TV. and they talk amongst themselves but they're also listening to the show and often they're very good about About helping out on problems like this? It's a youtube video. He's watching the video does a screen grab the screen grab? This is the key to me looks normal after he does it, he can open it up. In a windows photos or it can open up in apple's preview and he sees it he sees the screengrabs a normal image. That should print. So. What I suggest is maybe there's something wrong with the printer try printing a screen. You know just grab a screen grab of of just a regular screen see if that prints on your windows or your Mac try a different program to print from like your view. I can't think of why that wouldn't work. Can't figure out why that wouldn't work, but I would try printing some other things. I. Scooter X. might have a handle on this. He says maybe. The issue is this is just to higher resolution file. Maybe..
How to Build Habit Forming Voice Products with Nir Eyal, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author of "Hooked"
"Does your interest in psychology and Technology Really Begin? Frio quality the first Baltic. The psychology portion. So for me I think you know I have to trace it back all the way to my adolescence. Believe it or not I used to be clinically obese at one point in my life and I was always a overweight. It's actually an obese. Kid I remember. My mom took me to the doctor and he had this chart. It's okay. Here's Normal. Weight jeers overweight. And here's you. You're like well into the obese category and I remember it from an early age and I remember it my years years. That food seemed to have this power over me that I felt like it controlled me and I was really fascinated by that particularly. I was fascinated by the marketing. And how a product's design Like how they designed the the cereal boxes look down all characters. Look down to the kids. We catch is why was always fascinated by that kind of stuff and to some extent. I blamed it for my obesity but over time what I discovered that was rootlets. That blaming the food companies didn't serve me that what serve me was learning really why I was overeating and I wish I could tell you. I was over eating because McDonald's made delicious hamburgers but really I was waiting for the same reason. The vast majority of people who are overweight or overweight is because we eat our feelings right. That's why I was over eating in my case I was over eating because I was sad. I over eating because I felt lonely. I was over eating because I was mad at myself and felt guilty and shameful because I had overeat and so it wasn't until I broke that cycle and understood the real reasons why I was doing things against my best interest that I overcame this problem. I still have to watch it. You know I have a tendency to overeat especially emotionally. But it wasn't until I face that fact and stop blaming things outside of myself that I finally got control over this and so I think it was that same fascination when I discovered this new tendency to over consume not food but information that when we got these amazing devices I became fascinated with how good they are changing our behaviors and so my first instinct was. Wow we could use this for an amazing power for good. And that's why I wrote my first book hooked which was all about how to build habit forming products. Because what I did. The book published in Two Thousand Fourteen so I had a few years to learn from companies like facebook and Google twitter instagram. And what's happened slack? I wanted to learn from them. And then democratize these techniques so that everyone out there could build products that build healthy habits and people's wise and that's exactly what the book is done over the past five six years now. The book has made a an impacted every conceivable industry from fitness APPs using the hooked model to get people hooked to exercise. The way sick does a case study that I put in the second edition of the book companies like cahoots the world's largest educational software. They just went public. They actually found company using the hope model to get kids. Hooked onto this educational product. I was an investor in Ankara a product that does in your space the audio spaces the product that use the book model beautifully. They gave me a call. They told me the hooked model. I said it's amazing. I want invest. Let me put money into it. And they just sold to spotify for report over well over a hundred million dollar exit spotify and so the idea behind. The first book is really. How can we get? People hooked to healthy habits. But given that I've spent over a decade studying the psychology of how to Bill Habits I also know the Achilles heel these berry engaging sometimes habit forming products and so we can use the same information in reverse. We can use it to help us break the bad habits that don't serve us and that's indestructible is all about. Yeah well thank you for sharing that. I didn't know that I think got like you said it's not just for businesses. I think people a lot of people have an issue with over eating and especially during this time when everyone's at home so it's a weekend golfer this and you had said in your book that forty percent of what we do is out of habit. So what does this mean how? Our habits actually triggered yes. Oh habits are in adaptive traits of our species. Many species have habits habits are defined as these impulses to do a behavior with little or no conscious thought. And it's about half of what you do. Every single day is prompted by these impulses to behavior out of little or no conscious purely out of habit and so the idea behind habit forming products is what if we could use those same habits for good so it's not just the social media companies in the gaming companies that are able to change our behavior. We can use these same exact Habit forming techniques deeper psychology to help us build good habits life. Yeah and the reason I wanted to have you on. This show is because they had found an article that someone had posted on your website using the hooked model for Amazon Alexa. And so we are in the voice technology space on this show today and a lot of feedback and when. I said we were going to have to show. Some people are like oh I love him. I've used as not offer my voice technology product. And it's working and so again. I want to congratulate you on that. That's music to my ears. Is the hell people building products out there right. It shouldn't be the game companies and the big tech companies that use these techniques. All of us should use these techniques for good reasons right for to help. People change their lives with healthy habits. Ed So exciting and so for those. That are they've heard of it or they're kind of like okay. Well how do I use this again? Because it's a voice tech space in this show. I'd love for you to kind of take us through the hooked model system. But if you're able to not only described as kind of four pieces but also how it could work for voice. Technology may be given example. Whether you know aren't are kind of a made up example so that people could kind of understand how they could use it in a great way for their own thing. Sure yes so I take your bank. If there's a habit forming technology that we want to tackle is there something in particular like I wonder what makes this that so habit-forming is there something you from the voice technology space as a whole the challenges? It's like more and more people are having smart speakers in their home. More PEOPLE WANNA be using it. Consumer adoption has increased. But there's still a lot of frustration consumers where maybe it's not working as well. It's not answering their questions. People use at one time. And so it's idea. How do we get people to understand how to use technology more as a habit in a good way in a way that helps them be more efficient in this day and age germ-free helping businesses music and so it's always that question of how do I get people aware of the scholar? I but that they'll keep using every day and again in an ethical. Great way right you know so. Let's do this one and we break down. A I think a very successful habit forming products. And then we're going to look at where I think there's some deficiencies when it comes to the voice interface when it comes to the skills on the Alexa so that article that you read broke down. What makes the Amazon Alexa product? So habit me and I think as a device itself it curfew displays the hook model. And that's what this article was written about. Somebody took the hooked model and wanted to attack down to wait what makes Amazon Alexa habit forming. And and how does it fit to this model and certainly does and they were going to look at some of the skills election why I think some of those are not habit-forming but I will say before we dive in? It's clear to me that forming habits as someone who is creating a product in or out of the voice space is increasingly important today. Because what we've seen over the past decade is that the interface has shrank. It's shrunk down so we went from desktop member. We all had big old desktop computers on our work and that went to laptops so the screen got smaller and then it went to mobile interfaces so now the spring is even smaller and now it's on wearable devices rights and now the screen is even smaller and now the interfaces even disappeared altogether right so now these are the interface right. The ear buds in our ears or the Amazon Alexa. There is no screen anymore and so the opportunity to trigger people with what we call external triggers. Right the things on the screen the the by now click here. Do this do that. The external triggers. There's just less real estate to trigger people with those external triggers. And so that what that means is we have to trigger people with internal triggers that if people don't remember to use your APP right if your APP isn't on the home screen they're Gonna. Forget it's there if your skill if you're Amazon. Alexa skill isn't top of mind. If it's not a habit people don't use it and so it's more than ever important for us to create these habits because there are fewer opportunities to trigger people with these external triggers right. There just isn't a screen is disappearing jennings becoming so ubiquitous that there isn't the interface to have a flashing Pinger. Ding telling you to do anymore. It has to be prompted out of habit.
Jane Goodall: We Can Learn From This Pandemic
"Corona virus. The hopeful pingers communities individual together a healthy. How the that is Jane Goodall during a teleconference last week? Wednesday April twenty. Second is the fiftieth Earth Day and on Wednesday goodall. We'll take part in day-long programming on the National Geographic Channel. During the teleconference last week she was asked what gives her hope during this pandemic incredible carnage but the people on the front line. The doctors the nurses with King sometimes losing their lives. And of course we shall get through this and the big hope is that this time we will pay attention to the cause of the pandemic which is all this of nature and the animals on the destruction of the environment forcing animals in the close contact with each other and some of them with humans trafficking the Hunting. The killing the wet mall kids. The intensive forms domestic animals and all of that is creating conditions for a virus to jump. Someone's be another. Good Ole was also asked how she hoped the world might change because of the pandemic hope it will change and how it changes of two different things in this particular case. I think company millions of people especially those living in cities have experience for the first time. What it's like to breathe fresh air and sea the stars at night and even see wild animals at close quarters and I think those people will think other people to have seen this as a wake-up call that we've disrespected NATO. We got to start changing the way that we act. And we've got to rethink the way we never. We've got to get away from this consumerism. Imperialism that PUTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AHEAD OF Environmental Protection which is damaging the future generations of humans and animals Fia whether this will make a fee change fear is that we have so many political leaders around the world right now and I feel that they will want to get back to business as usual as quick as possible and even double it to make up for lost time
"pinger" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"I got a one up just now or or whatever kind of video game reference. I could make instead of making video game references all the time I was like. I'll put sister act in there because I really like six sister AC. I watched that recently that holds up. That's a good movie. Oh Dude for sure. That's for sure. Yeah the sequel. Take her leave the original. I mean I mean is gold and but yeah man so along those lines. It's it's a little more general pop culture than just video games like definitely wanted people to enjoy even if they didn't have it. Have all the you know that knowledge for the Reference Base? I guess but yeah. It's very much based in like kind of Saturday morning cartoons That kind of thing that. That's that's definitely the like Saturday morning cartoons as you would remember them. You know that kind of right. Yeah which I really appreciate very much thought of selling on a whim. This is on the show people to scare me mentioning that we spoke this long in the normal sense. We should just throw random music over this second to. Oh actually we're GONNA HAVE WE'RE GONNA have this. You're listening to a completely different song. Oh my gosh magic. It's just it's just a touch of love as featured in the movie sister. Yes sign me up and call me butterball. Is that a line from the movie. I remember that thing life depends would like it to say that. Yes no it was. It was Maggie Maggie. Smith was caught me about about getting Maggie Smith impression. I picture that pretty well though that that that did the trick I've been watching A lot of classic next generation because Star Trek Picard has been on the air. It's fantastic does it take place on Earth. It takes no part of it. I remember seeing image still of any organized diner yet. It takes all over all over the universe but he lives he. He bought a chateau and vineyard in France. And that's what he does but like. Npc's he's off on an adventure anyway but A gummy interested in watching the original series. And I love seeing Whoopi Goldberg and in the original series again here which reminded deer. Did you hear that? He mentioned a he. He basically invited her back for season. Two Picard. Aw Man I'll be so good. Cassini was so important to that show like they had we gotta get into the show soon but they counselor on the show Deanna. Troi like. She felt like she couldn't speak to the humans with authority. The way would be Goldberg's character and she wasn't human she was like a super long lived like really wise person who just knew a whole lot about human behavior and was so good with everybody on the show which she just really good at. Code switching. Yeah I think so. She grounded the show she. She became like kind of the filter in which we could view these. These people lives of cool. Anyway go back and watch season four of next generation. Because it's so good you don't know who the characters are. All you remember that the live in Spain. They live in space. Wow Okay robbed. You have to rewind per second because we we didn't and this is my fault. We didn't mention the game because they'll come later. We'll just talking. You'll get a double dose of Ruzyne. We just won't stop talking about. We can talk a little bit about some of like. Maybe I'd like to know some of your process a little bit and I can talk about the game and how that came about as we're listening to some music. So let's let's talk about our topic. Our topic Is Stank face jam? I had no idea what this wasn't told me. Tell tell me what that means to you. well I was just thinking about. There's this one track and I it's really one of my favorite all-time Vga tracks. So I'm embarrassed that I always get confused on whether it's a level four level five. I think it's a little five. But it's from bloody WOLF FOR THE TURBO GRAPHIC. Sixteen and it just every time it comes on like a start doing this little like my face gets all like I get like A. It's like a weird. If you know stank face it's kind of like you smell something bad but you love it like I love. How bad the smells and and you kind of your head search. Do Okay good good. I mean I'm assuming the the the cover art for this one is going to be amazing and we can have some stank faces on there to kind of illustrate will. We're Joan what we're talking about but It's GonNa be it's GONNA be weird. It's GonNa be very strange. It's going to be one of the strangest wants for sure okay. Lot of green wiggly lines to illustrate the Earth but anyway idle Husky definitely definitely a whole scratch schiff. Yeah Yeah masterbuilt. That's right so yeah I in but anyway I that song just kind of makes me do like a little a little snaky kind of head motion in my shoulder. Start moving a little bit and I get the Stang face on and I'll just like. Why don't we do something about stuff? That kinda like. Get in the stank zone so Yeah it's usually stuff that's a little bit on the slower in doesn't have to be but just things that are a little bit funky. Maybe that loud and clear yeah. Yeah because we're we're all at. Oh before we get started that bloody both track is that the one that's like a funky beat that boop boop boop it in house like a glass smashing clash shuttering Vero Pinger. Open your was composed by the bad news. I think stage from the game bloody wolf bad dudes. They arranged by Cameron Child Music. Our and okay and I remember them play like they just couldn't get over that this is really good Also I just want to plug the latest episode of the Legacy Music Hour. Go download that they. They have their names keeping the timeline. It's so funny it's so funny. What was it called? Oh thank you. It's called you're fired. Oh and they play mode how you the helme. Jeez Rob Your. They play the song over and over again. That's super chill and Super Funky. And they're just like hey glad you came into my office. See you've been coming in late. S- fire somebody in the coolest possible but anyway go ahead that's peak to me that's peak legacy music hour when they when they get caught up on these weird bits for like twenty minutes and just trying to like make each other laugh. That's to me the best stuff I really. I really really liked it. I was I had to work on Saturday and I have my headphones on and I was like working a desk and then all of a sudden they start doing that. I just start laughing my head off. It's all right. So you're I stank. Face track we all be all chose some pretty big tunes for the show coming some meat all over the place. Which would you want to go with? I all right. This is slow moon from streets of rage two this was released on the Sega. Genesis and it was composed by US Okiro.
"pinger" Discussed on Trap House Variety Hour
"The special fungible loser edition and we talk about wearing haircuts while block here only on the variety ups yeah I mean I'll be will have their look Oh yeah I thank you strongest the second I had to put them in second number one are you close number two closing this is I was talking about this the other day at thank our last couple they would come and work out with them like fuck yeah you know so we you know me and like three or four other other guys good on there and suited up and got to wrestle with the could get your hands around the guy yeah there's differentiations just as hot I fire he had on shorts and a and a super Dan her weird in in that sense she was the stickiest person I think anybody that was there that day had ever unshaven you know but you know I I think it's a I think it's a I think it's a leading indicator of fucking high weirdness I also think it's a it's a leading indicator that we are very affluent society you know that that people can actually go on and have enough time to go on Google on bugging customize sex robots yeah and so I think that's a positive hang in that's like a leading indicator of a positive you know that that that we're on the right track in terms of our level of wealth and leisure time this funny and also the other thing about it is is that there's you know there's humidity these motherfuckers that that's the positive of the the Internet is that is it pulling from the crowd will yeah I'm sure that I'm sure there's a vendor of sex relatedness yeah I guess yeah involuntarily celibate anymore if you're dropping the Hammy on on Rijo Bot bridget the robot bridge like a robot yeah yeah well the The headline is sex robots with coding errors prone to violence could Strangle humans so that I mean this is a warning okay you've been warned okay all right Dr Collector now this is this it now this is this ridiculous right yeah I remember this now hookers of course is the this is the UK Daily Star polack all these articles that you're sending are like these aliases obviously lied of now but the Daily Star is a tabloid in London and you know in the old days of newspapers the tablets of train went up each other with the most sane stories you know they're still trying to do that online but that's the origin story of of the Daily Star so nick doll banger. I don't know I mean somebody fact check this result Pinger here's bricks warning all right brick. Listen to this whole thing is dog Dr Doll Bain Dr Doll Paging Dr Dos Doctored Albay here Paul can you come and there's a hospital sex robots plagued with coding errors could be prone to violent behaviors cleaning strangling an expert has worn an expert sex robots doll collector doll click okay this guy's on spectrum of bad news I mean he's a duckling the fears violent repercussions of robotics are not regulated properly. He believes that simple coding Erica turn AI girlfriends against their own I if they're equipped with free will so he's not gonna quit just Copa Robot with three will equip your sperm receptacle with free well thanks she's like I'm not really interested in being your sperm receptacle like hey I'm going out to starbucks pitch right yeah I've got my own friends I wanna go to yoga class yeah I'm GONNA go to school got to keep these joints loose circuits fiery brick this guy's this guy so bad the brick who has close ties with manufacturers real botox in abyss I assume those are hot sex doll robot makers told Daily Star online it scares me to death s a machine and it's always going to be machine discuss fucked an incredible amount of dogs dolls he's got relationships with all those companies these he's testing in paragraph about the should you know LE- dentists smashed ause see this is this is a decent thing I mean you know like this guy's not going to reproduce now in produce like we're doll Bain kids yeah yeah it's pretty much the end of the line how long before this it into like sperm donation and go to donate sperm in like fucking doll what do you mean like how long before sperm donation clinic start buying sex dolls and they're like oh you just going to fuck the doll and that's your donation browser well I mean well here's why I don't think that's ever into APP is because right now Plastic Cup does the job and that's like ten cents and through its also Aamer it's a it's a buyer's market in that people are willing to jerk off free and so six thousand six hundred and so I just thought you'd be you'd be fucking adult that a bunch of dudes as we're that is weird in I'm sure there's even a subset of this community should be like or like likes to bat second and third and fourth and fifth after you know they're the adults have been rock don't look at me like that these people exist out there I'm sorry to wake you up on this thing I'm just saying thank you Dr Golfing these people are out there and I'm not sure I'm not vouching for them they don't they're not living in my house or anything I'm just saying they're they're out there so this guy goes on to say you know these ulcer are going to be made of not just latex they're gonNA have motors and steel rods for Arms Geez watching him up fucking Balsa wood or something and so this guy well he can you caress Balsa Wood I I don't really know just put the plastic and rubber over out of something like that you can he everything can you like really style on this thing and I get it in reverse cowgirl and before that you were jacking off so you could just like you know you can just use your imagination okay yeah just take it a little easy on the machine or you could equip the doll a fucking steel hipbones and steal Tibias and steal fucking all that shit and she get like pissed off and fuck you up a. b. what's it GonNa be you gotta there's a trade off here buddiers attorney her doll banger danger doll banger danger banger unless you can stop with some kind of projectile like a gun or something like that if the sing out of control it could do some serious damage he added this code simple as that might have bad goat this is probably like a as he's as he's writing his review he he dislike cuts and Pastes sends it to this tabloid you know you probably sent this to the company to like I'm a little worried that this Dole could fucking strangled I say he's just he's Tram Bang Bang the daubing or drum or you now get out there yeah he's he's on you know then he actually gets into some kind of catch wrestling shit here he says and it wouldn't stop until these things occurred put it this way it could put his arm around her neck to stop you from breathing and you wouldn't be able to get away from it something as simple as that simple hug could be constriction that literally compress your chest and airway in stopping breathing so yeah so well okay don't Hook them up to the Internet mcgrew talking about a little bit ago you don't want somebody hacking your doll in like you know injuring you or like killing you you know well there is I do follow on twitter person called the Internet of Shit and also building and this is all their subject matters they talk about smart home stuff well the the Internet of should also talked about smart dildos that end smart vibrators and so that's an actual living non living that's an actual thing that's actually happening today that there is there is on the market right now deal mark dildos yeah what what do they do though like what smart about them like I can just use them for my phone like I can control it for my phone that might be one of the key things you could join with the the other thing is maybe like there's a a certain cadence or like a vibration sequence may be program and if you like it you can save to the wet like on your all night in program like a vibration for certain person that calls or whatever the other thing is is that like if you have a long distance relationship with someone and you this you you think this is one of the ways you can stay connected with that person is that perhaps like that person you could facetime a person he while you do that then you could also control the vibrator sounds like a people are getting up to these things it's not you know I'm I'm happy for them I it's up it's so there's some positives in this whole thing you know yeah it's good to keep a relationship going you know what you have to do but you're you're at risk of you know if some somebody wants to hijack your fucking Dildo experience can hijack that that already yeah which I guess wouldn't be the worst thing you know it'd be unfortunate but that's not what the big deal there kill you can't kill you yeah I don't know what would they do to kill you with the programmable dildo I don't know I mean maybe you should take that mind urge turn it up as much as making explode or something I heard it up so hyped in over the safety the safety sequence yeah the because didn't you share like a like an engine exploding did I on snapchat that might not have been you but somebody's like send us a video of like an engine in a car in the car fucking count on fire and exploded I don't think I did but these things have a they have for now yeah explodes explodes now you're dead your new play yourself horribly maimed the very least the other guy that covers a lot of this in addition the Internet of Shit is a Harry Shearer whose late show boy yeah a weekly show and he talks about you know all the the this smart technologies that of course failing and put you at risk of just not only hacking risk but a lot of the smart technology sometimes it doesn't get supported enough in the ship's breaks and so now you're fucking again your fridge is GonNa break anyway at some point but now it's like you're adding a news a new ability or new way for the fridge break newer option for your shit to get fucked up I had some kid come over to the house and he was only smart home technology like door to door right alarm systems and I don't know maybe as thermostats all shit I told the kid the very simple I said I want to dumb house you know I I you know that's it simple I want light switches smart fucking light bulge kidding me like I don't I don't need to control fucking light bulbs from my phone it'd be nice to like it would be nice to like okay say may Ango to the airport and we you know we forgot to turn the heat now it'd be nice to fucking be able to turn the down right but what's the trade-off you know by by by getting all that functionality you're basically giving somebody else access to do that it now so you're given up by getting functionality given obscurity you know there's this there's this quote by a CAN Thomas Jefferson May in these says the like those who would those who give up safety those who give already for safety deserve neither liberty nor safety or some shit like that and it's Kinda the same idea you know like you can give up you can get the all that shit but you're giving up a piece of security just like in general you know and you know you can make alive for nobody does anything militias to you already given up plenty of security so it's like your house Kinda like there's already I mean if you think about it I guess there's already all kinds of insecure should here we got phones that our PRI- listened to US maybe who knows no you and I were having a conversation earlier and fucking see so yeah that that's that's security versus freedom tradeoff is you know especially mm nine eleven the ultimate watershed moment for the security versus safety trade offs that we have made as a country the okay and so that goes for that goes for the ability the government has to listen to your communication with your phone the Patriot Act the ability for the government to watch the transactions you have with your bank and the ability for you to travel and now it's getting down to the point of the ability for you to carry cash you know in so where the way we could be living we could you on a path where one hundred dollar bill is suddenly outlawed you know in addition when she killed underdog building that you probably kill all cash at all you know and then from there then it's pure it's a pure bank wire transaction everything has to go through a US bank the you know that's that's not my opinion is very scary place agree this no good that's that you you give it up too much control that the state essentially you know like the the any any bank that gets your information office is basically like co-signed by the state you know so yeah the banks will always do that because the banks the banks have a very close relationship with with with the state and that the state is the money supply and the state of course allows the doors to be open or closed you know in the so it's it's the.
"pinger" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'
"Talk about breast health and breast. And then I have coming out on Showtime this summer, and you'll be able to see cry a lot I want you to come on promoted together loved him griped with you. He doesn't wanna promote it because we're both very sad in. But look we're gonna be fine. Air knows. He does what I tell him that to say this. When you any only listens to you because it doesn't list. He was member my jacket my pink jacket with the pinger Brown. Furry jag. Yes. And he was dancing in that little was so cute. He has the worst dance moves ever. He needs to watch one hundred Taylor swift and. Would words what am I doing? I start recording my podcast on this network on Thursday with Matt and it's going to be called messy, and yeah, it's messy, and it's me just being very censored and inhibited and minding my business and not offending anybody. Right. It's going to be a good hour of walking on eggshells. And keeping it light Ghalia on my podcast called in the box. Where you get actual therapy on this network as well. Let's do it. That's done. That's done. Do. There's a lot of stuff happening and the podcast that started it all before. I believe it. You are listening to rant and rave in. We will be back with another episode next week..
"pinger" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have company. I've traffic on the FIS follow us on Twitter at WIBC traffic. We're going to have a strange strange day guys. And I think we're all now ready for it at forty six degrees right now in the American standard cooling weather center. We're gonna have highs near eighty we're going to have those winds coming in. But though that wind advisory is gonna start at eleven o'clock. It's gonna run 'til eight PM according to our Hastings over there at wish TV is in the overnight hours. The winds are going to start in earnest, we're going to be keeping our eyes on the weather the stuff coming from the west coming over the winds coming from the opposite direction is it possible that we will have an attic activity, Tara Hastings things that will be more to the west more illinois's issue than Indiana's issue. But we all know these things change, and we are key. Pinger is on this pretty nutso weather system. That's coming in over the next thirty six plus hours, keep it here. Ninety three WIBC traffic with Matt and bear follow map bear, follow Matin traffic on Twitter. That's what you do, Matt and traffic map bear. We'll have the latest for you. The time is six eighteen. Lying. That's the allegation that amazingly. Got revealed in this conversation from the Senate preparations committee yesterday, Tony cats Ninety-three WIBC, it was a conversation with William bar, the attorney.
China's Belt and Road Initiative goes to Italy
"We're discussing China's belt and road initiative. Joining me in the studio is Kristin Shepard soon to join the staff of the tea in Beijing and on the line from Rome is our correspondent miles Johnson. And the point of including somebody in Rome will become apparent in a moment but Christian first Belton road initiative briefly. What is it known tiv- is seizing pains grand vision for a new form of trade and infrastructure networks across Eurasia that will tie China to surrounding countries through road through railway through dry ports through special economic zones. And then boast the trade relationship, but also increase China's geopolitical clout within the region, it's a very big project has nominated. We're talking up to a trillion dollars. We over the course of many years. So some of the estimates suggest that we'll get up to around. Trillion dollars around twenty twenty five current figures thought to be around two hundred billion. Yes, it certainly is a very big sweeping vision. Much of this was happening before there was already interest for Chinese companies to go out and to invest overseas. But then there was this new branding, and this new push to really strengthen these particular routes throughout southeast Asian central Asia. And why do you think she has made it his signature initiative? What's the underlying motivation is to do with the phase that China's economy has reached or is to do with the phase, it's geopolitical ambitions of regional some combination. It's a combination and the economic impetus is logically do with excessive capacity within China. China's economy is slowing and for many years, it's been building bridges high rises all these construction companies. Well, they need something to do. They need somewhere to go. And it makes sense for them to build these new trade routes for. China. But then there is also a much broader vision, which is about a rising China one that is strong in its region. This is a move away from some of these predescessors who are more into the idea of hiding and biding. But instead there is this desire to really step up into nationally to rework, some of the international order, the trade order and also international institutions and one way to do that is through this platform of the Belton road and miles. I mean when the Belton road, I started emerging those concentration on China's near if you like on central Asia Kazakhstan on so on. But it's now clear that the belt will the road reach all the way into western Europe that she shouldn't pingers indeed appearing in Italy tomorrow. We're talking on Wednesday. He'll be there tomorrow Thursday. And Italy, I gather is points to become the first major EU country to sign up to Belton road. Is that what's? To happen. Do you think? Yes. That is what is expected. It's expected to become the first G seven country to officially endorse the bell Thom road, and it's sort of an interesting development from an entirely in perspective of European perspective. And a NATO perspective in the sense that Italy has long voiced desire like most developed countries to work closely with China to sort of re economic benefits from collaboration with China Chinese investment, but as always sort of toed the line and not breaking away from it sort of allies and getting too close to China. What we've seen is lease car Carin populist coalition government, which has markedly different approaches to international organizations and its predescessors because if we just said, we're going to break away and cozy up to China, and that is something which is long and some of Italy's traditional allies in a way. It's not that surprising that this populist nationalist government should be willing to stick a finger in the eye of Brussels. Even that's a member of the EU. But this. Is also something that Washington has lobbied against an people. Like, my Taylor Savini. The deputy prime minister, I've been very very close to the Trump administration. Does that surprise you? That is where it gets complicated. Because matters Vini is very expert is sort of hoovering up a lot of the sort of international attention, and so almost being portrayed, although he's only a deputy, prime minister minister of the interior almost being portrayed as sort of almost prime minister, effective, prime minister. But this China episode is revealed as a sort of multiple law nature of the Italian government in the sense of Salvini as you say has halted Trump has been close to Trump visors or former Trump advisory Steve Bannon, and has very much cultivated this sort of of the sort of international populist and someone who builds relationships along those lines, but he's actually being sidelined in this process. He has come out and said, you know, it's okay, if the Chinese invest in all ports, but we don't want them investing in telecoms or any sensitive areas. And he tried to back a bit. Whereas the momentum of all the parts of the Italian government and the Italian state operates overruled him. This is really a process being driven by Matt Torella, the president who is the person who's going to be meeting g and Mattis avenue coalition partner. Louis the Meyer, head of the five star movement who said this is a fantastic opportunity to sell quote, unquote, made in Italy to China, and so this is actually something which is weaken Salvini and Just just. give us a sense of what the optimist in Italy hoped to see from this Chinese deal. I mean, are they thinking you mentioned selling stuff to China, but they're also hopes for infrastructure development? They've talked about the development of the port of Trieste, for example. Exactly the optimist on this is the Italy has several strategically important ports. They are currently stuffed of investment and sort of underperforming underinvested, and they could do with some inbound capital and then subsequently use by large Chinese companies. But then there's also this other element to this. Where Italy to a certain extent has for a while, and especially much more under this government, g to their problems with Brussels over the budget. And you know, Italy is the second most indebted country and the your zone off degreasers, the percentage of GDP, and it needs people to buy its debt and opening up a toss for Chinese capital to flow into it today and also to potentially buys government bonds is something which is strategically advantageous for the government by versa. Fis it's sort of funding sources away from what they see as Brussels, which is the sort of referee in this game done which has been hostile toward the Italian government's trying to do. But of course, I guess potentially get themselves hooked on a rather dependent relationship with China. Chinese essentially, what's keeping the Italian state financially afloat. That is the fear. I mean, all policy Italian government will the sort of figures in this from Kante, the prime minister to Salvini, everyone is busy being cleared to caveat all of their comments about Chinese investment by saying we have to protect our strategically employed in interest the architect of the Italian government's China policy who is a technocratic political figure who's physically apart the league, but it's gonna be categorized. She he's always said that he wants greenfield investment from China. He wants Chinese capital to come in and build things in
"pinger" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Hour with professional money manager, Bill Anderson of gunnison capital management. It's good to get back a full week of work. What tell you what you know with the light volume in the market that seems to. Amplify the moves to the upside? And to the downside just witnessed last Thursday. And last Friday when on Thursday was about as gloomy is. It could get maybe that was the final capitulation, but on Thursday of last week, the Dow was down six hundred and sixty points, and it was just a just a flawed or just a massacre on that same day on Thursday. The NASDAQ was down two hundred and two points on a day like that. You're very glad that you're pretty much neutral on the market. And then you follow up on Friday after a jobs report that was better than expected and kind of a comments by the fed that I'm sure we're engineered to calm the markets. The Dow was up seven hundred forty six on Friday, and the NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five points on Friday on a day like that. You're wishing you were all in. But of course, you wouldn't have wished you were all in on Thursday. If you add the two days up, the Dow was up eighty six points during that two day period of time, and the NASDAQ was up seventy three points. Maybe that's a better way to look at how we ended the week. I begin a new year. I have about seventy eight percent sitting on the sidelines in cash protecting just in case. But at the same time looking for opportunities this week, and I think there will be a lot of opportunities that are going to emerge here. Very very soon. Now, what did it on Friday? Well, the payroll report the jobs report came in at three hundred and twelve thousand we were only expecting one hundred and seventy eight thousand that was a huge number initially that scared the market thinking well now the fed will act for sure to raise interest rates, but then along came. Jerome Powell who was the Grinch stole Christmas this any clause rally, and he came in with very calming words about the market. He said that let's see if we can get his, quote, we are prepared to adjust policy quickly and flexibly. And something that he may have officially thrown in the towel on this current rate hike cycle and instead backing off and being very very flexible. I think the word patient was thrown in there somewhere along the way that also calm the market. But that was the big move. You saw on Friday. The NASDAQ up three point two percent s&p up two and a half percent on Friday. But of course, just the day before the day before in whiplash like action, anybody know, a good chiropractor. The Dow was down six hundred sixty on Thursday. In two zero two on the NASDAQ on Thursday. That's why I'll be wearing a neck break soon here watching these markets. Well, let's see what else do we have. Well, you know, what else you could draw from that jobs report with that jobs report? It's hard to make a recession a case for a recession. Just around the corner. The yield curve has not inverted. In fact, it ended the week with seventeen basis points between the two year and the ten year and generally speaking when and if the yield curve does in Vert, well, generally, it's many months after that that we finally see a recession. But having said that the market is forward-looking the market will start going down way in advance of a recession. It won't wait until the numbers are official. We're reserve. Session. The market will have gone down a lot by that time. So that's why we have to be forward looking on all of this. And let's not forget it was just Thursday that we have that horrible IS manufacturer report between that and apple that really put the market in a tailspin on Thursday. So we'll the real market, please stand up. Remember, the old show, you try to guess, which guy was the was the juggler at the circus. You know, they'd have three guys tell their story. I'm the juggler, blah, blah, blah behind it. And then they would say what the wheel one please stand up. And of course, the other two would always fool their share this what this market is doing. Well, the real market, please stand up. So we can do some serious investing again. Well once again. That jobs report of three hundred twelve thousand in December was well above expectations of a gain of one hundred and eighty and that obviously is data that is not consistent with the recession in two thousand nineteen and it just may be that many investors to pessimistic to pessimistic as we ended two thousand eighteen because there sure was a lot of pessimism to end two thousand in nineteen. There does seem to be some kind of a correlation between oil and the markets. You got oil prices up today, you've got at least the NASDAQ up today while is a leading indicator and a current indicator of the global economy, and I think oil is looking at hopes oil is also following the US China trade talks that are going. On. In fact, they flew out your last night, our trade delegation. This the B team President Donald Trump and president Gijon pinger considering meeting in the first half of two thousand and nineteen. If progress is made with the trade talks that begin tomorrow. In beijing. Well that kind of putting things on hold a little bit. It seems like I thought March I was a hard deadline. Trump is also considering meeting with Chinese president Wang Keyshawn at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos at the end of this month. Okay. So maybe that moves things up a little bit. But suffice it to say that the US trade team the B team flew out last night for another round of talks with China. And that continues to hang over the head of the markets. It's brought down oil prices considerably beside the old supply demand equation. There's also a lot of fear about global growth with this trade war with this nasty trade were taking place. And we also have of course, the market worried about a global recession. Well, it was also a big day for the emerging markets on Friday. Now, they had a terrible year in two thousand and eighteen I would say at least towards the end of the year, they stabilized quite a bit. The emerging markets were up almost three and a half three and a half percent on Friday. Of course, a big part of the emerging markets, China what's going to happen in China as the US team. Beijing. This is Bill from the best stocks now. Radio hour. We're all.
"pinger" Discussed on Double Toasted
"All right. So that's the innocent man Christian. What do you think after watching that? I mean what what does anyone thing? I mean, it's just another documentary out say the one thing I think about the great TV Boone is that we have more resources for stuff like true crime documentaries stuff, like Jiang's stuff, like the keepers evil genius. And this is just showing like, yeah, there's miscarriages of Justice all the time. Like, we we have murdered innocent people who have been on death row have been wrongly convicted of crimes and the shit happens all the time. But it's this like we get another movie a little bit of entertainment from it. And that kind of is supposed to open our eyes. But we don't do anything about it. I don't know that trailer piss me off because it's like, yeah. This is one dude story. But how many times have you heard something like this, right? Yeah. It's just like the old saying that even if you have to kill a couple innocent, man, it's worth the price Justice. And I'm like fuck that. No, it's not like that's crazy to me. And so that's John Grisham John Grisham, you might always a writer. He writes a lot of like books did like. Was that the rainmaker runaway jury and stuff like that? But he couldn't write this as a fiction book because the story itself is so fucking crazy. And beyond believe that if he wrote it as fake, you you would somehow dismiss it as being too outlandish. And I think that's the thing you've heard string truth is stranger fiction. These kind of documentaries, and these kinds of Elms eliminate that, you know, so for me, I feel like I just got angry while watching it it reminded me a lot of like making a murderer and stuff like that. What did you think you're not a huge street crap guy? Yeah. I'm not. But you know, what you actually took the words out of my mouth. It has that you know, the murder south. Well, what did you say on thanking pinger murderer? Yeah. So I got of that. And you're right. This is going to be another interesting case study where I end up watching it where they're like, oh, we do this for the just of the people for the overall betterment of the people. So if a few innocent men have to suffer. It's all going to. Kind of result in this better judicial hierarchy system. Right. That like, it's it's it's always gonna be flawed. But we're gonna always iron out. And you know, when you see something like this is going to be like, no, that's not the case. And as a matter of fact, you know, they just want to cover it up because if they get exposed from it, then it shows how flawed truly our system is right about who's innocent who's guilty who quote unquote deserve to go to jail or get punished for crimes. Right. And it's gonna be interesting to see. And I think there's definitely a need and want for these types of shows documentaries. But do you walk away feeling inspired? Or do you feel or do you walk away? Getting really annoyed. Right. And that's the question. I throw back at you Christian. I don't know if there's ever going to be a happy ending with these types of things. But I think it's good to. Could've on Netflix for forgiving us. These type of things that make us think. Right. And that makes us step outside our comfort zone and. Have to face some harsh realities, very that's the thing. It's like I'm not saying that people who are lawyers people who work for prosecution in the state that they're bad people. But their job is to get convictions, not Justice. And I think that that leads to these fucking situations where people are wrongfully convicted Thomas said a chat. Thank God, the DNA forensics has become much more advanced, and I agreed because without that. I mean, do you think about this like eighty years ago, if you robbed a Bank or murdered someone and like no one saw you do it. You just got away with it like people would brag and tell them. Hey, it's Johnny boy Torres just so people knew that you robbed or killed that person. So before the IVA that they didn't like you. They would put you in jail. They convict you based on fucking here set. So yeah, you're right..
"pinger" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"But I I just knew my being week was not my my, Pat. He's spoken and do I remember go by the playoff games navy going crazy for Tony Freeman out as a freshman. A stance is is to sit there Baio people on notice next. I haven't Turner in my head. They don't know w Channon forming your rooting for me, or like is this don't know in for some reason me, and my best friend dorien. We watch highlights the people move Williams. Like when you know what I'm saying? He's a joy Williams, Shaun Livingston like autos dudes that I remember being like wait till I'm older. And he was like why? And I was I special is going to happen. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And from there, I always thought like man, I'm gonna be I'm going to be the man, I'm being a man. I remember the I was drafting I do Theresa hit me up, and it's like damn breast. Crazy. You said it was gonna be like this. You know what I'm saying? Like a psycho saying that because I was barely even my getting minimum minutes on a freshman around San. It's funny but back on it like. You don't always say like man's long as you live, and you got an opportunity to fight and you just on the west going to happen. You know what I'm saying? And that's what I I guess that's the blessing to pay out for us. You know, what I'm saying those facts, that's fact, that's a nice antidote right there to Evan. I feel like most people probably don't know how big of a deal is to go down state and Illinois. And when you go to champagne, and I it's assembly hall, right? Yeah. Yeah. So now ask the so it used to be somebody hard, and it was on campus of leaves on campus of Bradley when when I was around. So that's funny. So so when you go down stay of annoy because back, then it was only two classes when I was there. And now he's switching up to four classes. So it's two classes big school basically little school and it went by population. But we only had a three hundred students, but we still did big school so easily super sectional on loss Derrick rose and his team that was the goal downstate. So. Basically when you buy right, send Semion. So by the time, you get down state the first game eighty tough, and that's usually another city team and in the next two games or not they're not easy, but there's somewhat easy because it's usually like a southern school is not the city school. So I'm never going down. Stay as a player because we usually lost in super sectional to either Semion proviso east, but to get down there. That's a that's a big deal, and they're grows his team. They're only city team ever win two state titles in they did their thing. But it's definitely a that's that's a water downstate. How much different was coach pinger Tor from what we saw in Hoop Dreams like had. He Mel it out by the time you were there. No. He wasn't mellow mellow at all you still I guess. Bobby Knight junior to me. Wow. Out in that regard. Because as you get older, you know, the the the laws of Dylan cheese is a little bit different. But I think the standard in a sense is definitely tough. You know what I'm saying? I think one thing about him when I went back or whatever after when I was in college. I went back to watch a practice with like, he wanted perfection sense. You know what I'm saying? I I remember saying that practice and seeing him have seeing him have the kids work on a press on a press. Remember five straight times might the second team didn't cross half court on a six time across half court. The guy still gotta still the first team still going to still and he he whistle. He stopped the play. And it's like that's horse shit. He got pissed like that's horseshoe. They should be crossing the half court. And I am I head. I'll say oh my God. Like, he tricked us all into like, we all got so much better. Because he demanded perfection. So like he never ever liked Panaji on a back for winning like twenty straight games. Like, my my. My junior year when you're twenty eight and to like, you know, what I'm saying?.
"pinger" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Version of Netflix series begins. With portentous words from a cynical narrator telling a dark tale. It's about how a bunch of institutions. Some you're supposed to trust got together. And started a war the kind that's easy to forget his happening until you realized in the last thirty years in Mexico. It's killed half. A million people narcos Mexico jumps back in time to the nineteen eighties. When Mexican gangs were disorganized and the drug trade mostly focused on marijuana American. Authorities weren't trying hard to stop them that change because of two men hard-charging ambitious Drug Enforcement Administration agent KiKi Camerena played by Michael penna and Felix guy. Jarido crafty ex cop who slipped into the dark side the yard owes plagued by Star Wars alarmed Diego. Luna pinger is perfect as Camerena an aggressive agent working for the DA when not many people even police officers knew what those initials met Camerena found that out the hard way when he was arrested by racists city, police while working undercover in Fresno, California you ever hear of the DA. Yes. Like drug enforcement agency or some cheek over your keep saying he's working under Trump before we picked up all team. That's one of my guys. Well, nothing personal money. Tough telling the good old grace from bad. Sometimes I get I get that soundless Camerena punching the local cop he would eventually transferred to a sleepy DA office in Guadalajara turns out Felix guy haired. Oh was there to uniting Mexican criminals into one giant drug smuggling operation? How did that work? Let the narrator fill you in the narcotics game was made of lone. Wolf traffickers who.
"pinger" Discussed on Z104
"Sitting around and there's getting your makeup chairs and go you don't want. You know, it'd be funny. You should be a show. We're so interesting that we should be a shell. And it's like, you think that? Nobody else dies. So the relationship that we can never confirm maybe confirmed because Katie Holmes was pictured wearing a ring on her left hand. Okay. Katie and Jamie, confirm. I mean, these two have been dating since two thousand thirteen and we've never gotten definite answers from either one of them drew votes. I don't know. But yeah, there was definitely an engagement ring on that pinger a good job of keeping their relationship out of the spotlight. Yes, gouzer show you that if you're a high profile couple, and you don't want to be in the spotlight. It's all a choice kind of. I mean, I know Kylie Jenner was never in the spotlight with her pregnancy. She vanished. Yeah. I know the poverty new follow celebrities around, and that's not their choice. But but there are ways to not be. So be secret. Yeah. Coming up in the next E ON Z. You're never going to believe what? Megan Kelly tried to pull on NBC, and I'm Ali were firing her. Yeah. That story's coming up. But I we've got Disney on ice tickets in three and a half minutes. Happy. Moaning combs. Let me see you. Colada were flaming. Maybe..
"pinger" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"But I think at this point with what the news we're having, we're hearing in both guys are gonna play, even though the weather can be dicey in Denver, I think office a better play. Let's go to Chris. In Torrance, Chris, go ahead. Hey, guys, thanks for having me on. I have Matthew Stafford on a bye week this week. And I was wondering if I should pick up manning for tonight or another quarterback. I like you situation. You know, the weather's going to be probably determining factor in how he performs. It's. It's not the best that you Asian, but his track record against him Schwartz and the eagles defense coordinator there for Philadelphia play them twice. Last year threw for eight hundred yards and six thousand two games. Their defense on the road. So far against Tampa Bay and Tennessee, Marcus mariota and Ryan Fitzpatrick lift him up. So I think he wasn't a good spot. So if he's your best bet on waivers go with, let's go to Ian in Santa Clarita, Ian, go ahead. Yeah, flex position, non PR, marshawn Lynch or joined Alman. I think in a good game, how's the chance for good game this week? I'm always into the the the side things that go along with the game. You know, the extracurricular stuff and for him, I think revenge game will matter facing his former team first time. I know it's not in Seattle, so you're not going to get the same type of love in London that he would if he was going back to the Seattle Seahawks there, but their defense is giving up numbers. So you saw talk really gets gets, you know, big game three touchdown last week. So Lynch run well. And I think there's a good spot to trust. Let's go to Daniel in l. a. Daniel grad. Hey, thank you very much gentlemen. So the thing is that I have a trade offer on the table. I have Todd Gurley on my team and I've been offered Patrick Mahomes. I'm trying to think about it. I'm thinking about leveraging it with the deal for James. Connor, maybe Mark Ingram, what are your thoughts. I wouldn't give up any of those players from a homes as great as he's been, you know, quarterback play is just been fantastic if you can find guys. Not again that Mahomes level, but his best production is most likely behind him. They'll have some good games along the way and great games along the way, but you can find quarterbacks. I mean, we're seeing now game is Winston, for example, coming back from vilely coming off as a session. I think he's a better play the moment as we can particular and maybe better than in rest the way that's a stretch to say that, but that's just the way quarterback plays Vince well, don't trade any of those running back home. Here's a question online Hines or barber at running back. All you gotta go high and you know Marlin MAC may return, but Hinds has been ten tastic into passing game, Barbara's probably going to get back to Ronald zone, at least that would be the hope. Okay. Let's go to Chris England or a Chris. Hi. Yeah, I have a question to three renting bags and PR Aaron Jones. Lindsay or small with tonight. You know, giving them it's PT are I think you look at small woods because they'll use both guys probably in the same type of capacity climent in mall woodville he's gonna catch some passes. Lindy's gonna be a little bit better than that. Pinger Jones. The one thing that makes me excited about Aaron Jones's game flow. I think they're going to be beating the forty Niners at home in lambo a tough place to play for the opponent. The before knows run defenses in a little suspect and Mike McCarthy taken a lot of heat for not playing Jones more. So if you want to play it safe and go with Jones over maybe Lindsay who hasn't done a ton in the passing game. I'm fine with that. But all three guys are very similar. This Fred in north Hollywood quickly. Big band or Goff. I go big bang against the Bengals secondary. I think he has some success Chris in Long Beach quickly, go giddy, Wessberg Taylor, Gabriel or Tiki Qatui. One of the best names and football right now keeping t- would be my voice. He's done. He's been fantastic. The last two games playing the slot receiver. Perfect. And let me grab one more here, Tony and brand. Joni. Flex Amari or Geordie..
"pinger" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"The mill eight twenty pound brass cannon across the river started being fired at the barges noble. Those barges really got us. They really got screwed. Yeah, the about shooting at him. Fuck. I all down. Tugboats circling back again. In Pittsburgh, thousands of steelworkers prepared to head to homestead to help at eight AM the picker tins tried to get off the barges, which just lead to more shooting the pinger to sure. Yeah, you can't leave. They also try to shoot their way out and they killed four strikers. But now the pinger pinger started jumping off the barge and trying to swim away. Oh my God, not good. I mean, this really screwed them. It has, but I love the Pinkerton getting shot on jumping on the river. It is good, but if you're Pinkerton. Yeah, yeah, it's Pinkerton. But who gives a fuck of your Pinkerton? Did they wear pink. Yeah, they had pink shirts. They did have pink shirts. Are you lying to me. You're lying because I'm picturing like pig security guards like candy, cane security, their address all in pink. No, they were naked. As the bowel ridged on the union was trying to end it and ask the sheriff to request a meeting with Henry Frick. So in the middle of all the shooting and killing, they're like, can we get a fucking meeting to end this and Henry Frick was like, no cool guy. This is. He knew things got worse. The governor would send in the militia, and if the militia came, the strike would be good. No, yeah, ten fifty am the tug returned to get the barges. Good news, bad news. How have you guys been? What are you talking about how we been? We've been getting shot out here like frogs since you didn't ask Larry's. Fine. I don't care. He looked fine. When you ditched does he went to the doctor and got a bandage and I don't care. This is why we left. This is exactly it's this attitude that's not great. Tie yourself to us now. Tugboat. No. Why did you come back to gloat you little asshole, say hi, see if you're adding to the chain, you still have a very bad attitude. Okay. Remind me of girl who had a pin. That's what you're like. Pin girl. Going to kill you boat captain. You You have have to to get get, you. you have up the Barch. So you are such a sassy little captain. I am going to strangle you when I get off here. Do you understand me? Sure. Okay. Oh my God. If you fucking come back here. I just comes back, everyone shoots back at the tug and the tugboats like, okay, I'm now we're leaving. Again. I just took off now. That's not worth it. We can say we tried, we can say, we tried and didn't happen. It's like idea of smokey. You turns on the water out God, he is unbelievable. Later. Where's he going just away. Love to get an update. So now the strikers were up on high ground. They had three hundred rifles and they were just shooting at the barges. Okay, they kill the Pinkerton around noon. Then the strikers decided to light the barges on fire. Clearly this audience is pig. Side of the strikers. The side of the tugboat which is a small sect, but I found a little niche for myself. I'm pro tugboat. So the strikers sent a raft covered in oil soaked timber. Oh, my God helps on the way, but they're on fire. There's no help. That's what. They set it on fire and push toward the barges. The pinger free..
"pinger" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
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"Trump shut down you know i became very political ah i everything here in washington there is just so much pinger pointing and i don't expect about finger pointing and blame game to go away anytime soon the question which did you use the most i don't think i use any has day uh you know this weekend um i tried to stay clear of twitter and just watch the drama unfold there has been nine any shortage of drama and tweets flying as you can imagine here in dc so the government shuts down it was very early midnight saturday berry early just after midnight on saturday morning thankfully it was a weekend so the majority of federal offices would have been closed any way at least those the where impact and so are we dealing with just basically one day is today the only day they're going to have a problem i've been at that point air riot wall today was technically the third day ever government shutdown it was really the first day that would have impacted uh federal employee the federal families in a really big way because it was the first business day monday morning uh so you're right this really uh mitigated the impact here that it was sort of over the weekend uh but still it is expensive and and timely for these agencies to uh make big contingency plans about who should come in and what late should stay on and watch which programmings should continue and do they have budgets four and it's hard for these agencies to have to do this every few weeks not knowing how to plan ahead we hear that a lot in washington just frustration but that there's these fits and starts in their budgeting ministers do hashtag mary alice shut down so how our guy lap pair thank you thank you for your time mary ellis park's theory washington with the latest on what's going on with this government shutdown now that if the senate does have a deal they will vote on a bill to get everything back up and running into re open the federal government some we'll continue a swamp watch smother a d c stuff when we come back first and update on the news with amy king president trump says he is pleased congressional democrats have come to their senses and abandon the filibuster to shut down the.
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"Harmon any mazor wgn sports kevin powell also out at national park let's let's continue the conversation about kyle hendrix the as as kevin powell mentioned the idea that there's a little secondguessing on the idea of carl hendricks pinger number one starter game one starter a he deserved it of course had a great second half but do you know the they've got john lester they got jake arrieta other people of course the injury kyle hendry prove tonight that he deserved this spot i ate the to my own heart here ex i love to but i i i think we said it uh last week when i was on with you just it it just made sense that here's a guy who's been there done that he's the most help these been their best picture and you know we can come back if there is a game five so i just thought it was pretty logical that he will go start and then you're not going to back them up with kintana because you never been there so it just makes sense that go to leicester and then come back home i i figured you give area as much time as possible to get healthy and you know blind squirrel funds note i got the one that's one that it made sense that it fell right for me but tremendous amazing it was great amazed you're doug me on twitter i i put out is there anyone smarter than you yes and then i i said you'll be learning a lot this postseason but i it just he mad at alluded to hendricks about a week before the season ended unprompted brought about this carl edwards young while any sovietera tip desert that he hey this is who were going to go with isleta this way you know we we talk about the in the nationals hardhitting in and good hitting lineup i going to be asked me when when you're heartening to you might that you hit fastballs you're not ready for carl hedrix because there's nothing straight first of all nothing over ninety miles an hour and it just disrupt slow i make it easy dad's him and because cal had a to hit or tonight in his seven innings strong he.