29 Burst results for "Queenie"

"queenie" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"queenie" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"What happened was I don't want to explain it. The reason? I just had a visualization. Okay. Now that I was looking at it's on site and there was an argument about splitting the bill. So let's say you go out with your Friends. And the bell is over a $1000 and you know, you're supposed to split it, say, four ways. But let's say one of the girls is like, I only had one drink, so I don't think I should have to. You said, I'm not just planning on my clothes. Are you supposed to split the bill for ways even if one person came and only had one drink? I like how I pay for her drink. Be expecting people to pay for my shit. It's fine. Pay for your drink. Right. Yeah, that's the same as our going on. Give me what you got. Okay. But what if it's you and you came and only had one drink and they're like, okay, two 50 each of us. I'm be rich. I had a good year. Fuck house I'll go ahead and say I had a drink. I mean, the first time I'll go ahead and pay it but next time we go out and be like, sir, I want my own check. If I know that I'm not going to, you know, but I mean, if I was at the table, I'd be like, I mean, she only had a drink. You know, if somebody presses me, if I'm at dinner, and they're like, all right, stuff, where's your two 50? And I only had a drink. I'd be like, all right, let me get some of that chicken. I'm sorry. Let me get another drink. Okay. You know, when I used to be like super broke and I had to go out, you know how when you broke and people would be like, it's my birthday. You're gonna come to my birthday dinner. I used to just be like, I can come, but I could only come late. And then I was really getting by my own drink from the burn. So that I didn't even order nothing on the bill 'cause you know sometimes I think is that why people become like that is why. I'm kind of broke. And I do feel like sometimes it's rude when you know your Friends is broke, but you have money to have extravagant and expect them to be able to go in on it when you know they don't have it like that. Yeah. Yeah, I agree. Now queenie, let's talk about you. Of course. So of course, we do want to talk about the fact that you are a mom. And so for the last one at that, by the way, because that does not happen often. Right. For you to have triplets. And they are so fucking cute. Thank you. I miss my babies. When you had triplets, how did that change like your work ethic? How does that change your thought process, your work, all of that? It made me just do everything better. Work better, think about it, just yeah, everything better..

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"queenie" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"queenie" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Some of them are rather athletic or very sensitive or very responsive and require a rider of the same level. I think you need to go outside and give queenie a big smooch on the nose for me and give her a little bit of a mashed pellets for me. Oh, bless her heart. Oh my God, see, rabbit hole of now I need a draft horse. I've been going through one of the time here too. I'm distracted. And you have a lot of the seniors and I love the fact that you'll take them into. And I guess if you don't find a home for the sick by the way, the adoption fee on some of these seniors is a dollar. So they're past your ornaments and there's some of them are so good-looking. By the way, I just donated. So I did that while we were talking. Thank you. So because you guys are such great surprise, we place a ton of senior companions. We do not have any trouble finding homes for them. Yay. I'm so day is making me so happy. Klondike. It's a very common situation to find somebody where typically the wife is the very active and engaged writer. And they need a companion for their horse and the husband doesn't really want to ride, but the husband's super interested in having a really, really cool awesome huge draft horse. So that makes the fabulous pairing. You get a great companion, husband has a horse who thinks is really awesome. You know, maybe he can get on it and ride it around and a lot of our seniors are great, you know, beginner horses that you can just get on and plot around and they'll take care of you and you don't have to know what you're doing. See Christine. You're like, we got you. When I married into this worst thing 30 years ago, that's my wife did, 'cause I wasn't really interested in the horses I ended up building fence and getting tired of doing all the chores..

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"queenie" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"queenie" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"queenie" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

04:56 min | 9 months ago

"queenie" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"queenie" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on The 3:59

"Media platforms like facebook and sister app. Instagram have long been criticized for not doing enough to protect user privacy and for having harmful effects on young people. The sites have ruled out. Changes designed to address some of these concerns that includes hiding likes and letting people control. How much sensitive content shows up on instagram's explore page. Now instagram says. It's going to make accounts for some teenagers. Private by default. The photo in video sharing site is making other changes like blocking suspicious accounts from interacting with young people so what events have led instagram to make these changes. And what impact could they have on users. I'm a barrel. He and this is your daily charge. I'm filling in for roger today. And i'm joined by quitting wong. Who covers social media for seen it. Welcome queenie thank you for having me queenie. What's the main reason. Instagram would roll out a change. Like this so a lot of the issues that you pointed out mental health privacy. These have been concerns. That instagram has grappled with for a while. But i think what's has sort of changed within the last year and a half or so is that during the pandemic social media use has increased as people were locked in their homes in parents including some lawmakers have started to see exactly how much teens and children used social media and so you're seeing a greater outcry from advocacy groups and lawmakers about the harmful harmful impacts. Said instagram could potentially have on young people. And what i saw from. Instagram was almost sort of a strategic response. Because there's already been. Legislation introduced to limit the collection of data from young people. And so with these new new tools. Instagram can basically go to lawmakers and these advocacy groups and say look. We're actually working on this

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Instagram's New Policies Place Teen Privacy at the Forefront

The 3:59

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Instagram's New Policies Place Teen Privacy at the Forefront

"Media platforms like facebook and sister app. Instagram have long been criticized for not doing enough to protect user privacy and for having harmful effects on young people. The sites have ruled out. Changes designed to address some of these concerns that includes hiding likes and letting people control. How much sensitive content shows up on instagram's explore page. Now instagram says. It's going to make accounts for some teenagers. Private by default. The photo in video sharing site is making other changes like blocking suspicious accounts from interacting with young people so what events have led instagram to make these changes. And what impact could they have on users. I'm a barrel. He and this is your daily charge. I'm filling in for roger today. And i'm joined by quitting wong. Who covers social media for seen it. Welcome queenie thank you for having me queenie. What's the main reason. Instagram would roll out a change. Like this so a lot of the issues that you pointed out mental health privacy. These have been concerns. That instagram has grappled with for a while. But i think what's has sort of changed within the last year and a half or so is that during the pandemic social media use has increased as people were locked in their homes in parents including some lawmakers have started to see exactly how much teens and children used social media and so you're seeing a greater outcry from advocacy groups and lawmakers about the harmful harmful impacts. Said instagram could potentially have on young people. And what i saw from. Instagram was almost sort of a strategic response. Because there's already been. Legislation introduced to limit the collection of data from young people. And so with these new new tools. Instagram can basically go to lawmakers and these advocacy groups and say look. We're actually working on this

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Deep Dive Into the South African Cities Open Data Almanac

Future Cities Africa

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Deep Dive Into the South African Cities Open Data Almanac

"Joanne poker hung to pay off all my guest today. On future cities. Africa will be discussing the south african cities open data almanac or more known as skoda but before we get into that joanne tongue. Welcome give us a brief introduction to your respective roles. Thanks dan end sir. I am the product. Earn a old project manager folders gonna program at arkansas cities. Thank you then. I work with an iguana. Municipality and i am the program for the urban edge programme the devon edge programme is the economic intelligence program for its municipality which providers provides economic intelligence on economy. Joe who am what's is code on. What does it do skirt as you mentioned officially stands full south african cities have been data own neck. It started as just a total four sharing data on some african cities. I won national portal shared dayton also african cities but it sits grodin a. Lots over the last five or six years. Seven th growing into not just A program where our console civic take insufficient to cities and to improve data plans data sharing and also data management practices so we not active in a to queenie The city of johannesburg with the program and how program come about and with the need for skoda stemmed from the idea for a central repository of open standardized and transparent city data was spawned by consider these lab together with south african cities network about five or so years ago. So is a cnn already. Curates and releases city data through pdf's so it made a lot of sense to stop to shave this data in even more accessible way through open and into active data portal

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Apple and Facebook are fighting over your privacy. What it means for you

The 3:59

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Apple and Facebook are fighting over your privacy. What it means for you

"Apple and facebook are lashing out at each other in the debate over privacy. That could have huge ramifications on you. That's what this all means. Roger chang of this is your daily charge helping sort out this mess between apple and facebook is our social media reported queenie wong welcome queenie. You're having me so. This sort of the basis of this feud for us. What are apple facebook. Actually fighting about so apple is making this update to the software that runs. Its iphones sometime in the spring. And basically it's requiring app developers to get permission from users to track them across apps in websites that aren't owned by that company. So you would see this pop up. Come up in for the facebook app that says facebook with blake to track you across you know other apps and websites and the reason why for personalized advertising. And you'd have to click. I allow them to track me or doing. Allow them to track me on. Facebook really isn't happy about that change because it sees it as sort of an attack on their business model. How they make money right. I understand from a financial perspective y. Facebook would be so bothered by this. But what is the argument that they're making the how this might hurt consumers because ultimately at the face of things when i look at this for consumers having more transparency or having apple. Be more proactive. About how you're being tracked seems like a good thing. Jesus argument is small businesses. You know the really kind of pinning this more onslow. Businesses rely on ads in order to serve the right. Ask the right people you need all this data about who they are Sometimes ads are targeted based on your age or your geography and when consumers see ads they will buy these products from these businesses Fees argument is that if there is a movement away from personalized advertising than one. It would be harder for an app like facebook to offer. Its services were free without a subscription cost and then to these acts would be forced to make up. You know the money somewhere else in so that might be more in-app purchases that might be a subscription fees and bear four move in facebook's mind would make the internet more expensive for consumers essentially the arguments still is making now. It's interesting that they make that point especially calling in small businesses. Does that tactic. The amazon also uses about how damaging amazon also hurt small businesses. It's interesting how big tech likes to serve us. Small business as a shield for their arguments. What apple what. What are they saying about. The criticisms that facebook has lobbied against them. Apple has jim. is actually weighed in on this on twitter and he said you know dared is trying to give people more control over their data and facebook instill serve targeted advertising but they have to get permission from the users. So apple says this. Isn't you know about the making more money or you know making things more expensive for consumers or harming small businesses but this is more about giving users more control about for a over their data and so when they see this pop up bill now like this particular act tracks across multiple websites and other apps About like to you when you look at these arguments respective argument watts which one holds more water. Which or which one you think elliot's will will resonate more with the public. Well i think right now. Part of the issue is that for facebook. There is a reputational problem. I think that's part of the reason why. Facebook has come out swinging swinging against apple after the cambridge. Analytica scandal They've really had to sort of like repair. This image that they care about five ac- because that scandal was about data sharing and for the majority of people. Most people don't like to see ads unless it's during the super bowl and you know there's also these conspiracy theories facebook listens in on your conversations on to serve you ads because they're targeted advertising. So good i mean. I've even had an instance where like one time i was eating yogurt and i'm on facebook Vaccine brand of yogurt was on my facebook feed. So they're asking me pretty spot but they also can be somewhat creepy to her. So i can see why facebook is concerned but i it other companies have also weighed in and they're not saying the sky is going to be falling like facebook saying got it and ultimately how do you think this will actually affect consumers will want i think most people don't think about the business side of you know i get this app for free. Why you know what is sort of the trade off.

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Capitol Hill violence again raises the question of social media responsibility

The 3:59

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Capitol Hill violence again raises the question of social media responsibility

"The story of the us capital wednesday was a dark day. Us history once again. Ask the question. How much responsibility rests on social media companies that have allowed figures like president trump the foment enough rage to enable such an act. This is your daily charge me to discuss this is our social media reported queenie wall. Welcome queasy thank you for having me. It's been quite the crazy exhausting week. Yes i really actually want to get you on earlier by new. You're so busy to the store. I didn't want to bother you. I'm glad you're able to come on today. so let's let's talk about it. Facebook and twitter have to their credit. They been more proactive of the last several weeks really since the election in flagging trump social activity but wednesday's violence seem to be a real turning point. Run through some of the steps. They've taken to to your outright block trump in some cases so i think it was interesting because you saw content. Moderation happen in real time and initially. Facebook twitter did with a usually did with trump's posting tweets which was a label to them which you know experts have said in the past. They felt was not very adequate on to his claims of voter fraud. And then you saw twitter limit. The reach of his tweets Like stopping people from re tweeting his tweets and them and then eventually saw the company's remove the posts and that was you know as violence continued to break out on capitol hill. They took the even stronger step of locking trump's accounts which prevented him from tweeting or posting on facebook. Facebook said the lock was indefinite and twitter. Said that he had to delete three violating tweets. After that there there would be like a twelve hour lock period and once that ended he Again so how. Unprecedented is this. The you know. The fact that facebook said trump's account would definitely be locked down for the next two weeks but also really called indefinite which suggests there isn't an end date cow. How a precedent. How big of a deal is this. It's a really rare step by the social media companies because in the past especially with facebook the company has had a mostly hands on hands off approach to political speech. They exempted politicians from fact checking and their rationale has been political speeches already heavily scrutinized and the public should have the right to see what the president is saying and twitter has taken a much tougher stance but they have something called a public interest. Notice where they will limit the sharing of the tweet and say that it violated its rules. But you could still see the tweet if you click through the notice. But this time. Both of the company's locked trump's accounts and pulled down his tweets because they said you know the risks of islands with much greater than public interests these steps as you note there big deal ends a big change of practice but is it too little too late for these companies and many sense. Yeah it was because the violence had already broken out. They were given a lot of warning signs before and they didn't take stronger. Action until after violence had broken out and so the companies got criticism from politicians including former first lady. Michelle obama on civil rights activists journalists saying they should either take stronger action or that. This was really something that they should have done a lot. Sooner because at this point damage has been done right. So let's talk about the role that social media's played in radicalizing people how all this online content motivate people enough to actually travel all the way to dc and stormed the capitol building so trump himself and his supporters were promoting this rally online. Like it was no surprise that there was going to be a big rally on january the sex and he's been pushing these baseless claims of election. Fraud sense you know. Joe biden was declared the winner of the next of the presidential election. So he's been sort of riling up his supporters By seeing the election has been stolen and even before the violence broke out there were already stories and researchers pointed out that there were calls for violence on various social media platforms and some of it was in social media sites where there's a large conservative base marvin echo chamber. So it's just a lot of anger being filled. Fueled by a lot more anger on social

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TikTok faces a deadline that could shut the service down -- or not?

The 3:59

01:30 min | 1 year ago

TikTok faces a deadline that could shut the service down -- or not?

"Social media feeds tiktok faces a critical deadline. That could shut the service down. But no one really knows what's going to happen. I brought her chang. If this is your daily charge with me is seen that social media expert welcome queenie for having me so tiktok faces pivotal date of november twelfth. Which tomorrow what is deadline supposed to be about so this november twelfth deadline was in an executive order that trump issued in august and a basically as bytedance which is take talks parent company to unwind acquisition. They made that made it possible for them to enter the united states. So a lot of people don't remember this about talks history but bytedance purchased an app called musically in two thousand seventeen and that was later rebranded as tiktok and that allowed bytedance to enter the us market and so this order says that that acquisition is prohibited and that because of that bytedance has to divest all interested writes in any assets that enables or supports The operation of tiktok in the us and that they also have to davis any us. Data's while so november twelfth is to is the deadline for bytedance to do that But it also mentions that a government committee could grab them in extension thirty days.

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Girl. released. A report warning Bro that one family yes. We crazy warning a we could relate to Ya but if you want to hate us his son, Hugo feel sorry for you. Good so go ahead and give your shots and then I'll get to fuck out pretty much set everybody that I wanted to shout out automobile. Okay. Well, let me pull out my phone right here. The list WANNA give a shout out to Queenie once again thank you for coming down. To San Diego San, Diego Standup, much love respect for you guys to. Right right? Yes. I I shot I'll tell you Tony a you know saying. Yes? No. No. No. I'd have to write it down. I'm saying that for me. Saying I just from the start shutout the TIKTOK for finally pain say because people are capitalizing off of videos that they're they're making millions like WANNA they might make millions off it, but they're making hundreds and thousands of now we're getting finally paid for it. Down one family. You know what? I'm saying the why? y'All saying Love C- later, you know saying the side of the building sign. Got The camera man, my son Glories Molina daughter my other son Osas J., Roy Moore, and Anthony. Shadow, to Sophia Maria Raina spooks tagged dough. Tamper, bones. One of my producers Keiji. Called him MB's. Drake Banks Beyond lookout for that one fam-, you know music for so long. I mean there's a lot more to say you know what I'm saying if I forgot you like anybody that's that supported me that's followed. Me Must Love to everybody for real sight. There's another cat us. Brown. Shady. And Chino Brown there from La I wanNA give them the show as well. In an anybody that's ever mess with. My music or even like just been a part of my journey as well. Much love to you guys. You know first of all of them say much love respect to you and to your wife long prosperous life brethren. You blessings upon whatever you guys do, whatever we can do here to support you we your bag Las Vegas back. Muslim. Respect to Las Vegas. Other than that let me go ahead and thank the man that makes everything happen. As Johnny boy as well. Yeah John. hit juice johnny boil the juice juice johnny boy exactly. You can go to Jama the FUCKING OAK DOT COM. His bleach. Anal Bleach don't don't women. Harry I need this. This other than. For. Women no policies got that. Okay okay. Women's tits because sometime women get. Yeah. I like Harry is too. Yeah I do I do. Number. He's he's he probably swears I'm good. He smells like old third sandwiches. Puckett, he's walking. He's okay okay okay. Black, Brown, yellow whatever. Hair reuse on Harry pizzas scented nonsense. Scratches. Sniff stickers on sense it. Also. I gotTa have the full fledged raw sewage. Like the tunnel. What the tunnel. Slowing that's what I want I want you can bring that up I'll pay s you all day. He's also. Go biogra-, toothpicks. Okay. Okay. Okay. Extension any color you want you can be a why can play back. Station if you want. So anyways, I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Steal your idea 'cause I got popsicle sticks tape up to keep it up if you can't say.

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Do you know? Dick Extensions for God all day. Man I. got that. You just get a straw broom and just connect that. You get the goal I'm telling you good to go. To Fix biogra- two three. Key. We got you don't even trip down. One family. Got You. Yes, please please. You're right here. Is the shop for you guys that are watching hold it don't drop won't. Okay. This is whiskey so shit adopted. But Again He's drunk with us. And I. I saw long prosperous life brother definitely youtube as well. Okay so You're. Not going to be. So are you signing orders? Just artists half early on my list. So she has her own thing you know. Him, but. We were together like a family and but Raynham. She's a talented chick she's on the project was well. My son's. They had their own mind. You don't say dad's got the back and my homeboys that that grew up with me that just getting out of prison they want to rap I'm gonNA put them onto dome. So I'M GONNA. Put them on I. Just I just know I just know how to you know where to put them. You know you're they don't they just this whole technologies different from than there used to CDs and tapes it's they. They went to the pin in the nineties we all went to the they just barely coming out. So I want you know want to help them all out. So it was funny my brother got out. He was like. School dilemma. Mall now he's. Mentioning all stores that were closed. He was McDonald's whereby some good is. We'll look at some tapes audio tape. Stores. Say you know. It's because a lot of our time capsule understand that but for those artists, let them know that whatever we can do here. To help promote were down into. Yes. We we have a I would. I want to suggest Sophie Merean Submit Sophia Maria Raina and Otis and Jay boy and Tempur. You know those those are all also just your way to as well. Once once the project's done, also feel more rarity. No, she has already. Bahrain is also my project to that you guys were bumping to occur. She's on that project to as well. So don't, but I mean, if if you need that connects, I got you out. Your instagram is up. Your Tiktok once again that one family. Yes. Dan Your Youtube is johnny boy TV Johnny boy I gotTa make sure different style comedy under to got some serious stuff on there and got some conscious type stuff. We're going to come out with any soft porn or anything like that. Yes. I do actually got a porn hub that I'm working on right now. Yeah. So if they if they. Want to join you know saying since you're talking shit on on the speed, you know the conjoined how good? Bring your girl. Hey.

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Is called that one fam is going to be my next project will have somebody that might younger homeboys. Funerary on there. I'm going to have rain on there. My Son osas mother Jay boy on their home was stack dough. Balls homeboys that grew temper and everybody else people that never really got the. Always Inada prison you know one of them. One of them just got out of prison after twenty four years you know so. He recently did some our work on my head and stuff. But he's startled to g my boy and he he managed my boy. He's inspired me to do many things he got out and he just all we had was a few of us left you know. How goes. You know what I like that what you're doing because you're not in a sense from the reps side you're stepping aside and you're putting people on. Yes. That's a good thing. I love to hear stuff like that because there's a lot of people and I get it they want to put themselves on. But. A lot of people wanna put themselves on and close the door behind him. When I was talking to what again? Omar Cruz Lou, which I encouraged people to go watch that interview very educational about the music business? we were talking about of. How they were trying to put the RASA on. Know. Trying to do the same thing with this platform and shine light on people than ever get any light you know like what you're doing you know and I can admire their so. Anything that I can do to help. Let's continue to create more platforms like this, but we're going to create them allow me to encourage you make sure they're good. Make sure they're good. I mean don't start up a podcast Know what a cell phone I can. Talk. To you your. Dope at a gas station bathroom. I mean, there's people that just. Park has in half watercolor banner in the back in Aba trucker at their grinding on top of the toilet. Right right. When we started this, I told him. We're GONNA do it right? We have learned more budget, but we're GONNA do it right and we did a right. You know what? When you put your all into it things grow right now people would ask me and I'm sure they ask you how did you make your Tiktok work? It's kind of like shooting darts in the dark. We don't know we didn't know but if they like you tune in. And and I would touch them with Queenie was saying if popping popping you know and that's what's happening with us were popping on Tiktok and that's the next thing that's. Touch base on what was next for Johnny Board Mr Las Vegas just me because it's a family thing that one family on Tiktok we're is GONNA be given providing everybody laughs for people that are depressed going through stuff. You know to click on her TIKTOK and you'll get a bunch of last I. Guarantee You will laugh your ass off you will laugh. Literally because longer will don't have an analogous they can bring. You know we gotTa Palm. We gotta pump in the trump for that to get That's crazy. But yeah. They definitely more of me on Tiktok not just me but my family is well, my I got my little boy glorious. He's he's a prank. Glorious Dro Dro, Dro Glorious Bomb Recipes Gloria. So we gave him the name Glorious simmered any my dad was Pedro. So we just cut bit and just kept the dro from saw. He's funny. Luck, a Greek goddess or something yeah Hercules. Dough and then my daughter Molina Gloria. Her she's she's a little. She's a little bad, ass. She throws toys at us. So you'll be seeing a lot of her hitting us with toys and stuff like that. Hitting us with stuff you know. She's crazy. She's only one brother as we're closing. Anything I didn't ask you. Anything that you WANNA bring up promote yourself. Brother promoters pays off well. I've seen some of the comments prior in people were asking about the whole twenty and johnny boy beaver touch on that. Okay. We do not have beef anymore. It wasn't real beef. I didn't know him. He didn't know me. He was paid given a record deal from the label. He was with to diss me because I used to be with that same label before they're pissed 'cause I, left them. So he called and apologized to me and told me he was naive us being real man about it. You know and I never really had no personal issues guys I didn't even know who he was what he's though I give him his props. So I respect them respected to do all day. You know I couldn't appreciate you cleared out because I got mad love with Wendy. He's been here twice and I got and respect for US Washer and I hate to see people. Well maybe they had wrong information but I don't want people to try to make it more than what it is. Yeah. Yeah. Kept seeing that pop up. I. Just wanted to clear that up to as well. Ain't no beef between us. We every now and then we see each other we up said you know and we're we're not going to go hang out bar nothing but we're cool right as long as I know we could you know. That's good. I'm glad to hear that other than that of anything else. Promote maybe you're. Here come over here and say what's up. Everybody anything that. Probably. Think. I'm a rule here just she's Asian i. Need you ladies out to the like women to Holland you know what I'm saying to as well. Like the Asian persuasion right here on the But yeah, you can go to my Youtube Johnny Boy TV my instagram Mr Las Vegas my Tiktok now one family. By noon project is all over a spotify, all that stuff. I. Even have a lot of old stuff on there too from the early two thousands as well. You know I just made like the best of made a couple of them. Some females, some guys type deal you know so. Just. Fuck I wanNA keep going but damage you've got nothing else to talk about him I got but I don't WanNa Ki Ki keep all these people they're probably like man is full. No Tonight your night you drove from Vegas? Odor that other. This is your platform right now people are watching they're probably drunk. 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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

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07:04 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Put it. Were he one day? I was a fan of you grew up to your music in an I. Want you to come to my to one of my video shoes I came and he saw that I pretty funny myself. So from that day forward, we just started doing a bunch of youtube videos and all the videos all went viral their millions like ten, million, twenty, million, thirty, million plus I just kept going while so people would like they normally would get people from Youtube people from instagram. Costs are like the Telemundo. They'll grab all these people already like Atkins skills and they'll pay him. They'll pay for your flight. They'll pay for your food they'll pay for your room and an automatic. Give you fat ass check after you're done you know so. and whatever exposure you decide to give whether it's good or bad. You know there's no such thing as bad publicity. So now from you being in the rap. Industry. Let me just say the music industry. Hard. You venture out into doing this type of skits. What was it that you saw who was a child? Who encourage you what motivated you to start saying? Let's do some comedy Shit. I've always wanted to do it i. just didn't think the one. We'll take me serious because the way I look back in the early two thousands when I was doing my my rap stuff and I was like I'm a funny dude you know I some of my lyrics would say some funny stuff I I'll have you killed by. Dong. Dig that kind of stuff you know the right. So. If people really paid attention to my lyrical content I would say funny stuff in my lyrics. But some people didn't take me seriously but the hills what the fuck is saying no but people knew me that I was what was streep a street person back then and in some people like Oh fuck this fool he's from he's from he's from these. Whatever I'm trying to do music now but you're trying to make money or or or you to represent vegas or who you have represent vegas you know. Where we've we've had several artists that tried and there's only been a few. That's actually. took it to another level and stuff but. I just like with the whole thing I got into the skits because I ve which were Queenie was talking about I want to touch that I always that when I did the company skits, it was more receptive for people because they never really see someone all tied it up. Being funny back then you know and then when I was doing it all with little mogul and I was getting a lot of fans from this. Cool. My started doing this more often here in there. Every now, and then I get people like trying to make your little moguls backup dancer. You're this you're that Michael is to do lap dances performed. That's how I met my wife. You know I did a performance taken off my clothes and Grinding on her. You know saying. But. Yeah I mean I've done that a lot of my performances in a lot of it's on my Youtube Channel Two's will they grow screaming going crazy over that stuff? So yeah. You lap-dancing. Yup Vegas boy man you gotTa show entertainment. If you'RE GONNA be from Vegas you got to bring the whole Shebang? You gotTa bring the whole entertainment, the whole chip and note a whole camp. The whole that's Mafia you gotta you gotTa do it all. If you don't, you're not really repin vase. You gotta live it up. Yeah. You gotta just do it all if not the Ninjas how how you enter I feel like I'm GonNa take her that's all I am just entertainer. That's look at. Now, you mentioned you worked at a radio station. Yes. How did that come about? Give us how how did they lead into it? Did you know somebody in there today about you did you just apply? They used to play my music there. So when ninety seven, point five per started in Vegas, I would see them Poulsen up in the wrong areas of the city I you you gotta go to this side of town. You know as you guys are targeting the wrong crowd with this music Bouma, take them to all my all my God. How shall like now watch and people just attracted to it. The Culture Unit. Yes. Yeah exactly. So they started blowing up. So once I showed him, I should exactly we're all the hot spots in Vegas were and they blew up nice and five blew up big in they started playing my music. They're showing me love and stuff like that and when she. Came about. Yes, you're these you know everybody knows her power six and all that she was hosting the show yet the chopper that does all the car dealerships. He was part of the show and event, and after they went away, you had Sandy Level Nita you had ron fizzle the night came then I came but they contact me because I wasn't really doing much music. No more because I had a lot of personal stuff going on in my life at that moment. I touch that base and a little bit about it or speak upon it now but let me just get to. My Mom was federally indicted. And when they faded indicted her they to her house for other house and took her cars and even the House I lived in because they thought all's laundry drug money to my music. So when they took my bank generally they they embarrassed me so much in front of my, my son is they come Bancard in front of the front of my son and they kick the security, kick me out of the bank and say, we don't want you kind around here. Here's a card and it gave me FBI card. I'm like, Hey, managed I can prove all all my earnings and stuff from contracts from tower records and Warehouse Sam goody and stuff. So so once I proved all stuff Irish stepped in and just wipe down my account. So they took a lot of money and then they took the house and everything but I was able to take everything out of my house at that moment you know at the time. So so I wasn't really doing music much more stressed out my mom was in and out the hospital she. She passed away. She passed away because. She's supposed to go. You should get locked up and stuff, but she passed away due to the stress and. When she when she died ages took a toll on me in prior to that I was like I was I had no choice. But to get a job, you know I'm I'm working at a casino at the end resort and people that manner famous you're supposed to be rich what you're doing you're. Doing humble man don't worry about that. How on the my life so so I kinda stopped doing music and I just had to just be real at the moment in just going to help my mom. My mom for that point, you know at the time and So the radio station comments, Johnny boy I haven't heard from you. What's going on is the program director read a Salisbury and she would really good friends and she's a come come to station. I got a proposition for you might go came through she. How would you like to be part of the street I go on this? Do it so I got on air and he was killing it. You know. We're showing love to all teams, focus better locals, but was doing it. Costs, Fogel. Was this was A. Little Two thousand and Doesn't thirteen fourteen Geron time because all right around the time. That's when I'm a little more stuff. Now, let's go back to how did you get your song on the radio author. They show they played it because they I was helping them out with all the stuff just like the street promotion. Yeah. The street promotion stuff I would tell them where the hot spots were. So they you since you rambling here what you got. So I, gave him one of my songs and they liked it so. They like we'll play this. They played it. You know they played it a couple of times out of the day. You know throughout the week and stuff and it was I..

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"To me in the nineties of course, this in the is not now, but I'm saying this people to understand how hard it was back in. I would charge nothing less than twenty, five, hundred upbeat nothing less and address for me to go into the studio lay down and leave let to engineer tractor vocals and mix it down. Right that was it is. I mean, because now everything laptop, I think go for what? Twenty five bucks other cheap. Now you can get them you know the beats nowadays I'm not really with to leasing stuff, but it happens you know people out there you even if you buy the beat exclusive someone already out there Hazar, that Lisa. So it's Kinda Kinda, YOU'RE GONNA lose but it's safe to Do some sort of got that be like well, I own it now, but I'm not gonna go after because he's on a leash exclusive rights that he has it for eight years or six years she crazy. When I think about that and I try and it has nothing to do with hating on today's trying to understand artists today right and then of course, when you share the rules you've paid under struggles you've made. People just think all your hating because you're old. Hey, call you to tell me the same thing here. Happened to do with that is like. It's like music could be done a lot easier today but I think music is so watered down now you know. Give you a quick example great producer friend of mine producer to produce for bone dogs, lot of grapes artists. He tells me when he doesn't be, he'll do pull on the face specifically for you. He's a these new orders command they take out take that out. Take that out take before you know it. It's just a kick. I had a clap and a little weird noise and you're like that. Sometimes. I have to dumb it down. For, these kids. Said and I feel uncomfortable even though they're paying good money. But I almost feel like. This is no longer even my beat anymore because we took so much out right? But anyways other than that. What Year did you go away? What you did you come back? Oh a win a win away like late ninety four. Okay. And then they gave me give me house arrest until my parole because I was facing another charge and which was A. Win In there for attempted murder, and then there was other charges they were trying Apollo, pile me at the time they had. The murder case was dismissed. Another was some other stuff they had gone to throw the book. Yeah I mean the thing is that when you're in that area and then you fit the description, there's GonNa get everybody anybody that they can at that time it was all metric in government. At the time I had slicked back here in a long term. Old School slick back here you move Suarez Yeah. Okay. Impressed balls right there. When we come back, we're GONNA talk about your music. We didn't talk about Tiktok whatever the hell else you WanNa talk about guns lowers your. Cool, all the way from Las. Vegas Vegas. So once again, call somebody takes no body, break a bottle or somebody's birkenhead and let them know that. Johnny, boy Mr. Las, Vegas is in the PUCK building I'm going to go get some drink better to come back. Don't fuck around. Welcome back everybody to go shower our. This is your host with podcast is let your with a tactic. I mean little joke rob before we went to a break and first of all I wanna say it was no disrespect I'm GonNa Show Matt, love to everybody in Las Vegas I, Love Las Vegas Okay even though kind of all vegas doubt but much much respect to everyone and Las Vegas Las Vegas stand up okay. We're back. Almost is Johnny NBN enjoying this Victoria appreciate. Yeah, man. Yeah. You know what I said. It's kind of like champagne beer and but other than that and we put out the window whiskey. Haven't drank whiskey here in a while I think the last time I had this bottle here I had A. Rodney here. Okay. So had him here and to be honest he pretty much ranked the whole damn bottle. Like I was two hours, manappl- kid like you know Joe Cooley man and he keeps drinking. So. Now I want to bring something because a lot of people know you from Gospels Rather Yeah can you explain what that is? What's going on? A TV producer Tom Telemundo contacted me and stuff like that, and they want me to be on the show 'cause they like acting with Little Marco and stuff. So they thought I could bring a little humor to the show well, the thing. Rather is like a judge Judy Slash Jerry. Springer it's all scripted show. It's not real. It is fake I. Repeat it is fake for all you people that think it's real it is fake. Because if that's the case if Israel than I've caught Judge Paulo, what I'm saying. So yeah, straight up. The show the show was crazy because it's like they. They asked me a little bit about my life. They wanted to bridge a little bit more life into the show they incorporated basically like I rented a at the time I didn't have I didn't have daughters whatsoever. So you can rent daughters well in the show basically. Like, case you get sued or somebody. So this chick was suing me for renting her a defected baby, which was my daughter apparently, but it was I didn't have I. Didn't have a daughter at the time. So it was just all like make believe in the chick that was with me was my wife because my wife She's Asian. She can't speak Spanish. So. People that follow us that they really like really look into what they see that all my kids are half agent. So But yeah the show was funny. You just it was just like some people took series and get death threats. I. Yeah people really took the show like really seniors like come on Bro like Jerry. J. Just, like Jerry is just like there's. More is it's all scripted everything nowadays on on reality TV and stuff like that. It's. NOT REAL NOT TV it's all scripted. Everything is scripted. They'll. They'll make you. Make. A fool out of yourself. You know what I'm saying for the clout. Long were you on the show? It was just for for one for one episode. Okay. One episode how you mentioned a little mogul how did you get connected with him and what was it that they saw that? I guess they wanted to on the show. I do. Do a lot of comedies stuff to you know. Do my little acting stuff. So I met little local when I used to work a nice point flashed before you know it is to host the show radio station in. Vegas. twos. Well, he came there. He brought his donuts in the hell. Nine o'clock at night and you're bringing dumbness..

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"You fucked with you? So all of that's bullshit. You're hot. Your heart. That's the bottom line. Don't believe the hype. If you pimping that's it. I don't let other artists tell you. If you're hot, you know who's going to tell you. You're hot the people. Yeah. Do People are going to tell you hot? They're going to be your responders. What are you going to tell someone that's successful human like six. Now what are you gonNa tell him won't I sell him. You know what? I'm saying the people going to tell you that you hot rod. They're going to be your ultimate judges there and what does he understand is that? To music doesn't belong to the artist. It doesn't to music is gift. You're just a tool that's Lebron's to the people man. You're just a tool. So. If you WANNA hold this music that doesn't belong to you, you're missing because it belongs to them. Belongs to the people it's not yours. You're just the tour from a higher source that's chosen. So you can be an efficient tool or you could just be. An inefficient tool. Yeah because the music is yours, it belongs to the people man. Wow Bro you know where to like part about on Cruise Lulu because they were spitting saw. Yes Oh. Yeah. Man. Good Friends of my own from the industry. You Know My crews did Davis thing to. You know and. I just tend to not get time walk down like talking too much because it stuck in those days. And Nano wanted mix good for conversation absolutely one hundred percent and that's what we're here to do. Yes. So you know I think ultimately why limit yourself member the brothers don't eat them, but it's it's black and Brown love. It is what day one, hundred percent. If you you hot your heart, they'll tell you I'm going to call Tony G I interviewed I have the honour to interview Tony Tony Czars. And he said he had Pretty much a lot of things you said, is it If you're you're popping. People tell you he says, and if you can't rap, then you can't. And like you said, it's okay to tell dude yeah. This probably not or you yeah you know and we don't want to be like we don't WanNa hold on that that's not the point. I just think ultimately. The biggest takeaway is saying all well, we hate on each other. were. Talking about the artist or the people. Because the artists isn't gonNA buy your album and your world. The people are the people are. So who's really the? Hey, are you mean people hating on you or you're just not popping? Who? I felt that one. Okay and I don't want to sound like that because I want all artists to be successful. You know what I agree with you. One hundred percent but you know what? You're stating facts and his sometimes today in today's generation. Truth is the new hate speech one, hundred percent you get everything I agree with that you don't we were very. Divided Times right now. Either left to right the biggest dangerous places the middle. Because it's the place where you're. You're all you're looking for is true. That's all you need this plate. This side is right and that site is right but you gotta you know. You know. Which side is right and you don't can't get caught up in anything. Yeah. Truth is kind of becoming the new. He's a good point. Actually, we have a couple of minutes before before we go to break. A wanted to ask you what is he doing now I understand you have a pizza place. Yeah. I have a pizza place. Of course, I did night life for years. I worked in nightlife industry like nine nine, almost nine years and years. Great. Game Changer for Great Company. RV grew shutout They showed me the way I invest another thing Tony. You know once you sit down at table. With successful people. That show you how to get your money and make it to more like you might from never change. You know the first thing I did you know I love the but You know, why am I gonNA open up a business in the WHO when there's money over here you just follow the path right so I you know I did that for years and I learned so much and I ended up getting visit for myself I got a restaurant, my San Diego's Ns pizza been afflicted. Saturday. He was first official pizza place. Pizza. Delivery. And legit. We know why we don't even have pizza. We got we got east. Coast Pie were east coast good. Hi Good, and then also have a tinder rap partners. Right? There is called empire. Empire Auto. Right, there, in Miramar we do tents and wraps, and so you know I do a little bit of business. I got a little endeavors I'm all about the money and by being a father, you know I. Love My son. I raised them myself damn with me and I got three of women are kind of just. Live for them you know saying. That's enough of a job in itself. Yeah. Well, first of all. Wish. You well days you lessons upon your whatever you do. Whatever you do for having me. Watch. Thank you for giving me the honour and the pleasure to to come and to sit down with me and chop it up absolutely on any shot you WANNA. Give right now is the time brother man. I wish WANNA give a shout out to you know first and foremost Chelsea Johnny boy. Brad nor Johnny Played From Base Charter Vegas you know based you know what limited some real quick brainerd community Johnny on here. Let me tell you something from back in the days. Vegas is always had raw talent. They. Remember back in the days when I used to go thrown away because there was a lot of raw talent over there lot of Mexican rapper rapper very you know Vegas, is very different world more intertwined with each other than the races and all that over here you know it's different but they had a lot of raw talent man, a lot of great art sony shot up to. Now talking about Johnny Books I know he's he's here and I want to give that recognition shallow to Greek I. One of my real good friends out there you give a shot to all the rappers out there that. That had a pleasure to mean had influence you know. Shot One Like. Being careful 'cause I don't WanNa Miss Nobody. Shadow night all the rappers rob you know. You know. Go. National Jack in August people that I, kind of grew up with in my time and being a musician and there's so many good rapport talent out there now and the only thing I wanted to advise every artist. Look. No one's hating on you just member the music belongs to the people. It doesn't belong to the other artists. He belongs to the people you know why striped for here when you can be here. You know, and if you get there if then then the world gets bigger. You know. At the end of the day, I want everyone to be successful when everybody had one because when he makes you happy and everyone should be happy. Good. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you guys for having me. Okay everybody. Go get that modell once again, go get a repeal you paulie drink about ten by now I see you run over there to the refrigerator getting your popcorn ready you're draws or sagging, and you're showing. So mission you come back, we'll take do keep you got to come back. The g-strings sitting on your lack is about to get real good mixture. You call somebody takes a body slam is of body. Let them know that Johnny boy is the motherfucking building? We'll be back ten minutes..

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"What age would you say you start I'd say probably you know I started picking up a migrant. Everybody did their literal neighborhood rap break. Paul by I would say like fifteen sixteen. Now you first recorded. And? He played it back and you heard yourself. Did. You like how you sounded like? I'm actually glad question little first time I ever recorded and I want to give a big shout out to Steve Vicious. Recorded with Steve Vicious Roy and a Steve Vicious is like the Dr Dre of San Diego he put out his hands on every San Diego artist. You could think of everybody will just this man would he and breathe music at his home and you ask little one asked Shadow Steve Vicious Great producer and I think he was I started I did my first recording with him and we made some real good song right out the rip. But I was just kind of natural to me. It would just natural. I understood the formula because back then you had three verses look you know now it's just what versus changing little bill. So you had a lot more word play. But yeah. I think for. What I didn't realize is that eventually I found my voice, that's the one thing I don't know rappers. But there was a time where I finally hit the lab and I found my voice I found like tone. And said, this is my frequency. See what Wad need to understand is that Your voices of frequency. And you have to have the sern- frequency that's able to go and people and linger inside of them and not. The other ear. You know as good. So and that's just something that understood and I found it one day. And when I founded, that's when I realized man I was I was good. Dropped his mix tape I ended up going to Miami and back then you pass mix tapes it was back when the whole Latino explosion were people waiting for that Mexican fifty, fifty someone's Hi we're waiting for that thing and so I put out this mix tape and I had all these classic. Cuts took. ENDED UP IN? A time pit. Bull. had. A. Did something. Puffy bad boy. Latino. Yes and Miami people are passing on my team. You don't WanNa partners the people and I'm in Miami volume on bail depressed. You don't make just trying to work trying to make a living get ready to go away. And From what I hear this story I heard could be false. Don't call me. So somehow someway people ended up with two CDN. And he I took one of his beats and I. Do my thing. Yeah and then but he was right there with puffy somehow someway could be could be could be false story but this whatever. and. Puffy her to the biggie. Any decide. Who the fuck is got it took to beat this. Hi, this is you know and I'm so my people do they're asking for you can if I'm not gonna WanNa, talk an Obama going home and I'm going know. I'm going to wait and so. You know. Very interesting. But so it was just one of those things you know but I had found my voice and I got real good when I found my voice when I found my frequency now that mix tape is still available, you can find it on Youtube I think yeah. You can find a lot of songs of mine youtube I don't really have any much. Album on I tunes, and again, I never really pushed it or anything like that. You know I'm kind of I'm not saying I'm done with that. I felt good to come out to do that song go neck on the. Rise I. Think I did a good job. You know the reviews were pretty good That's just my typical me and my typical fashion but you know it's like I said it's not something I have kids everyone businesses have you know a couple of businesses and San Diego ran nightclubs for years? Got Starting. Brand nightclubs for Great Company wants to game either corporate blueprint. Forget it. You know I'm all Bob Business now right let's talk to me real money like. Know, how can we get this money? You know how can we do? What's the next move? So, here's my question for you. For the people that may not know. Alex, do me a favor get him a Napkin please given like to so now. You wrapped you hold your TV show. LTV Yeah you go to school. Yeah. Okay cool. Now, here's. Why let your brother Yes yes. You. Don't WanNa take home is. He driving crazy into eight. Okay. Okay. Go L.. So, here's my thing. Yeah. What do you think that? Was it that either killed it for you or? What was it that maybe? The make a desire to continue as an artist. You know that's a good question I think. I think ultimately, you know when I came home. Just focused on my kids is focusing on getting my life. You. Know I'm you know when you're like? It's where everything is so real to you when you're so like. Real, like I'm not saying in a bad way I'm saying like, Hey, you know what? What's not going to pay my bills and I have to focus on. I'm dirty also man I gotta get together. You know what I'm saying. So probably, I'm not saying anything died or anything like that. It's just I had to make a choice and I made one. Oh, come. Okay with that. And I probably should have pursued it. I don't know but. It was good. I learned a lot from it and I had good times and as cool every once in a while to hear all Queenie you know and I do get that a lot..

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Your back now. We're back with Tony the wizard radio with the PODCAST. Is. Lecture. Coaching. What has Dick. So we're GONNA go ahead and jump by nick arrived back into. We're Queenie in the motherfucking building queen. You thank you said Queenie with the big ask. So now when before we went to commercial break, we were talking about one point you were hosting the show and you're also into music industry. What came first Of what the music industry I was. I was it was kind of it was very tough. I was more I was kind of real industry to you know You know it's very hard for me to be an artist when I was in the streets how am I going to get a poster of me on wall when I'm trying to stay away? So, it's a real battle that I would battle with myself and apparently you know eventually. I ended up getting trouble and pickle by the feds and so you know it's kind of. You know I was I was just wrapping I was living ochre, and so it was kind of but. You know of course, that's another life in. Strapping and I did a few things. Met some great artists? Along the way on. Ended up working with the game in New Jersey Devil. And desolate game had just signed and. I started working with them, and of course, it was gonNA probably evolved into more but you know I ended up getting in trouble. You know just one of them things. Okay and you know but. In that meantime I did work I did make good music. You know dropped a good mix tape at the time in the mix tapes were high right and you know. What I did do in that mix I did take a lot of classic beats but I did make a my own road. You couldn't just pull a biggie beaten not killing right you couldn't take fifties beat at the time and murdering. You could just take your fat Joe's be not murderer you know at the time. I definitely, you know I was just a little bit. I was good at my trade. I I probably should've taken a little more serious, but I work with a lot of great artists I mean I've met a lot of great ours. You know like, of course back in the day to Jack in his good friend of mine great artists on real. GUANACO. Neck was one of you know. I I really connect right now is on a whole `nother level. But you know when nickel got. Out of prison. Had just gotten out of prison to you know he felt compelled to reach out to me and I'm sure he did that. So by Denton happened go Nicole was you know he went through transgression not changed a lot when I went to I grew it's Kinda like metamorphosis shed your skin. And you know and I. Go who called me and we spoke for like turn to to be like an hour and a half compensation. And you know and he's in a place and you know he you know you say, let's do song I'm like you know. I'm not really doing that. No more. But he psyched that was what he wanted to do and and and it's evident in this journey. Now, you know how he's so versatile. He collaborated with little one and shadow win. and. Little one little one is another one that just on rage knowledge little one is just murdering it. And you know. You know God I remember quarterbacking days I. Remember. Back in days well, we're in the same now as grown men. It's all about the music and they're so prolific now and you know and look at those great accomplishments matter of fact, I ended up doing remakes where Nicole is poison one with bad boy, but you know. From Meka. which bad boys of phenomenal rapper He's very lyrical. You you know. Seeing easy to get cut. We could. Yeah, he's got Larry. Right. But I spit fire to joking So. I ended up. I did it which would have never done it if it wasn't because of Kaneko and bad boy bad boy I go back with my nose I know his his wife and kids. Remember them when they were little. So it was kind of A. It was good. It was good to dust dust off the cobwebs and get on that Mike and it was so simple to manolis is so interesting because I walked in I wrote the verse and I knocked it out just in my usual fashion and I had this old engineer that worked with right there in downtown. San. Diego shot to Capricorn Studios And You know I, just walked in, knocked it out and left and you know and it was good to put it out and then. A lot of people man that's the Queenie I know and. I'd like to do some more, but it's just I. Don't really see it in my books but yes so you know I you know. Immortal technique I wanted I wanted definitely give it a shot to immortal technique is one of those rappers that was been way ahead of his time he has great messages and there's always use this platform for the better Latino brother you know. That's an East Coast Rapper lot of people that I worked with. You know you've been working with Jersey Devil he produced a lot of my cuts. I have an album on itunes. You can go check it out. Yeah. It's Queenie six nine it's on I. Tunes Inaba. Did that one God i WanNa say two, thousand, four. But if you really listen to it is pretty, it's pretty good. It's not bad pretty relevant my my flows loop it ahead of itself and I got a lot of respect and I got a lot of props. and. That's how come. You might hear people say my name is Hey Queenie Queenie I remember clean and now you know it's not a big deal but you know it's good at the time I held my weight. Or you know and and I did good and then from there I ended up. Hooking, up with P funk, you remember fung. was here Oh was he he was long he was one of my best friends we're not talking now, but we'll talk brothers right I just got a call and people could be listening and I love you. You know. You know somehow with. and Bill Walker. Bill Walker no breakdowns. Records. You know he's like, okay, look we've got this. TV Show on TV. Now course sounds was so different than right. So we ended up just with very minimal budget because bill was not giving us no money, right? So. We were very minimal budget..

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"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"queenie" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"So I used to make fake. Id's because back then you laminate them. Very different times right and so I used to sell fake ID's is to by the choir. Yes one, hundred percent and they were so good like you would take them to Tj they look at you like motherfucker I know you're eighteen. There so thirteen you know we're partying till six, seven, eight in the morning. Yeah you know that's just standard over there. You know. So you're drinking and partying and and then man by the time I turned twenty one over here I'm like. Man already been through I didn't feel normal until I moved to Vegas. Vegas you drink two thousand dollars. Just, one of those these, but it's very interesting. Also grew up in the south side of San Diego. Grope right there nestor projects. Little projects new neighborhood you know shut out to money would. You know all my neighborhoods right in the South Bay in the South side and you know you know. You know, but going to teach it was very norm ongoing right there. was very normal. So it was just kind of an extension of. In between everything, there was a border. That you live two different worlds and you know there's a lot of people from Saudi. Arabia wouldn't go teaching. I was definitely one that would go to T. It was very interesting to say the least and you know it was just something to grow on mentally in you know sometimes the more information you take in the more you have. To. Give out. Yeah. I know when I was a kid of course, we'd have company Neta stage yes. Yes and My Dad is still. Kids Yeah Yeah Ten kids L. All draw the two. When He. Didn't have cable he was like. God is good of badgering. So what happened was we used to go to the Catholic Church got the name of the Church Radical Street was a park. So we go to the Catholic Church Pray Duarte are Hail Mary Ten trumpy Jackson pushups to flips forgiven. Yeah. That's what we did. Then we walk right outside. And have tacos. Yeah. That's what we used to do and but I remember my highlight to by Lucho. Oh my God, absolutely it into the masks. But that was pretty much Edmund. My Dad is to always take us there or by firecrackers Oh my God one, hundred percent of which. Because of all the teams. Know your brother we got real close and use one of my best friends. You know where we were. You know I'm probably the only guy that understood I'm probably the only guy had the patients because you know it's hard. It's hard being a bird in a cage or do you have more patients than I do? Oh, my guy I probably do mad but you know you know. So seen to go get the rich our you know of course, you have all these collectibles so. I. Definitely. See you having that as a highlight? Yeah. So anyways, growing up in a Mexican home brother Yeah what type of music would you say you were raised with? What would your mother? What would your father played with same page to Dora tutorials offer some amusing. I want to see what influence to. Become an artist. Yeah. That's that's a very interesting question and I'm going to tell you. which very interesting story Of course you know I grew up of course, not more than three. Kesar twenty. So you know I go a more like in the back in the Rossio regard days. And then that's you know more. My Mom's might my aunties teas my family, right? I more I grew up a lot of Mexican music. You know like like rake is my favorite Mexican bear and one of my favorite Mexican bands. But I got into hip hop for some reason right? Hip Hop just ended up I ended up those group called the Legion of doom in San Diego. There are amazing a group You know be real even know give him props. They knew they were very ahead of themselves and shot in a dorm and Mike Ski Rob Everybody There were very talented for some reason I ended up becoming friends with them but so but he was already planted in me. But what but what really got me was I lived in Tj and Tj like back in those days we have satellite dishes. I, don't know if you remember the satellite dish, but over there the big flex, whoever had the bigger satellite dish and we just happened to be an okay family doing over there. You know in. Pork Bologna, but we my family ended up being kind of successful in the transportation industry and. We stayed in the Colonia we didn't move. We didn't move to all the nights pacer where people move to get money right but we had big satellite. So why would do the frequencies I would see Russian channels I don't even know how funny I'll just see all this stuff but man one day I just I turned it in I. Just I don't know I found rap city in the basement back with. The names? Back when rap city was the basement. and. You know and it just. It, just impacted me somehow tree by and So-so into and I would just watch religiously and I'm just as kid right there from South San Diego Donna and but I'm being watching at that time was very, you know rap sitting in the basement very east coast heading influenced. So I grew up with a very. Heavy East Coast influence on the real of course at that time. was very different. You Know East Coast where like the Mecca of everything and then of course, the West Coast came in you know, I'm GonNa say take it over but we had their planning artsy but I will bury influenced. With East Coast Hip hop hip hop in general, and that's how for some reason I just kind of just stayed on me. It was just something that intrigued me but I grew up with a lot of Mexican music. I listened to a lot of Mexican music shoddy as my favorite. Shade my favorite band know people say shows as the girl, but it's really the band. And but. Do, way I love like Depeche Mall. You know allows. The new order in excess I went to all those concert. The new. Wave era. Got creepers and all that. So it was always It helped me a lot because. It always. Even, when I make music I never really. Care too much about being hard or anything like that. I wanted to make music for masses I wanted the money. I wanted to gross you know I don't have pride over money money I want money. You know this is business, right? You know you can spare me all that stuff on right so I always try to make music that would touch people and likable. At the end of Harlem's hard, you know I can't help accountable I was home I always try to make it I. Always try to have a good vibe to it because I wanted I wanted the bigger picture man for some reason I was able to see that. So it was just one of those things that deco is a combination of all this music influence in my life Mexican music new wave Omega. I love alternative. Peo- DP? My boys are from my block. I'm under videos I, listen to you know all them corn and I was listening to music. So it was such an eclectic music from me that there's not one type of music that everything's my favorite. If you wanted to tell me what's one of my favorite bands it would be depeche mode. Right. Yeah. So it's kind of pretty interesting music always being in my life. Okay. Let me ask you a question because you said, you watch debasement basement. Back. Then growing up, what would you have said were some of your favorite east coast possibly groups favorite a groups. Pasta Gimmie three four. He's called listened to a lot right I. Mean I. You're just a tough one right? Like I used to love one you know cares about a Gal. I also like Jesus Buck town Smithfield Western. Fat Joel Lot Federal. Jobs hard back..

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"queenie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"queenie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For an end to conflicts in all the hot spots of the world most forcefully he expressed concern for the future of Europe which he said is presently facing an epochal challenge on which will depend not only its future but that of the whole world two people Jolie NPR news Rome and Israel is tightening quarantine rules in vulnerable areas of Jerusalem this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Queenie Kim a whistleblower at Santa Clara valley Medical Center in San Jose says the hospital ministration didn't tell staff members that employees were coming down with covert nineteen Ryan is a reporter at the Los Angeles Times and broke the story with wrong on land Ryan says nurses in a medical surgical unit which doesn't treat covert nineteen patients saw co workers getting sick started with a woman in the nursing office who was fifty years old she died in an isolation unit at a CAGR hospital and you know that the manager had it was al and then there was no night shift nurse it was group through through and they weren't hearing from our supervisors they weren't hearing from possible ministration Ryan says the hospital's compliance office has since launched an investigation and the hospital tonight any wrongdoing housing advocates are again calling for emergency measures after a covert nineteen outbreak in San Francisco's largest homeless shelter KQED's Holly J. McDaid reports San Francisco officials say seventy people at a south of market shelter tested positive for the coronavirus one resident needed to be hospitalized supervisor Matt Haney says he's not surprised he spent weeks calling for all shelter residents to be moved into hotels we've seen the results of leading people in these crowded shelters and what I fear is if they don't take action right now that we're gonna hear about another set of shelters with similar outbreaks next week the city has secured about two thousand hotel rooms to shelter homeless people who are medically vulnerable as well as essential workers I'm hygiene indeed.

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Pants on Fire: Cheerleading

Pants On Fire

09:29 min | 2 years ago

Pants on Fire: Cheerleading

"Welcome to pants on. Fire that game show where kids choose between the cheerful and spirited truth and the bad sportsmanship of lies. I'm your host Deborah Gold. Cnn in the studio today is our sound effects about Lisa which stands for live in-studio audience too but not too but that is the question. Pardon me I poured in the lady. Thank you but what is it that you are doing? I'm practicing my lines. I have an audition tomorrow for the robot. Regional Theater production of Hamlet. How that's exciting to thrilling. Indeed but to be honest I am nervous. Oh I really want to be in this play and I've been setting all the lines for weeks. I think you're going to be great and remember this above all to thine own self be true. What is that some sort of fortune cookies saying? No it's a line from no forget it. Why don't you take your mind off your audition and tell us how our game works Shaw Melody? Every ways we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other ally and it's the job of a human to help us figure out who is too because no one gets about Aligarh better than a kid. I mean we hope right. Otherwise Radha business. What are we lying about today Deborah? We are lying about cheerleading. An activity of organized cheering chanting dancing and sometimes competing with stumps Lisa. Do you know anything about cheerleading. I'm sure had mentioned my great uncle. The electronic scoreboard was installed at a basketball court. I used to go to games and watch him keep score the cheerleaders. Were pretty good but nothing is as exciting as watching your uncle. Flip those numbers. That's real spirit. I I can appreciate that but I think you're going to really feel the spirit when we learn more about cheerleading. Now whatever okay. I say we should find out about our contestants shall we? Who might that be? I know tell us are human child contestant as an eight year old who loves everything about baseball. I'm Talkin every billy leave of it lily are you. I'm good welcome to pass on. We're so happy that you're here. You love everything about baseball. You like watching it or playing it. That's cool duva favorite baseball team. Yes the New York mets. The New York mets and dealer favorite player on the team Noah syndergaard. Mister met. Yeah I was stuffy of him only and I went to high school together. I don't know about that and tells. I hear that there is a forbidden word in your house and it starts with the letter Z. And it is perhaps a vegetable and getting close to something you don't care for Sabre Broccoli might be Zucchini. This is something you do not like correct blab not in any which way not even Zucchini ice cream. Ill Zucchini no. It's kind of fun. So can all right. We'll we want to know some more fun facts about you lilly. But we're GONNA do it the way we do it on pants on fire playing two truths and a lie. Okay so you're gonNA tell us three facts about yourself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the lie. Are you ready? Yeah Excellent. What are your three facts on so first one is my dreams go to West Point West Point? I know absolutely everything about Harry Potter. Threes my grandparents live in Spain Spain. No not space stain. That'd be fun. Okay what do you think Lisa? Which one of those things is a lie? She said earlier that she knew everything about baseball. Now trying to come back and say she knows everything about Harry Potter. That's like a lot of that. One is the law. That's fair. I think there's one things she doesn't know about. Maybe so lily. Which one of those things is a lie Is My grandparents live Spain? So you're saying you know everything about Harry Potter. Yes okay. Let's see. Do you know what Harry Potter does? Yeah he's a wizard. She does everything she does. Okay Lisa can we get some welcome music? For OUR CHEER EXPERTS. Two four six eight khurda appreciate. I want to hear about it if it's me otherwise I don't talk about it. I just appreciate me. Our first expert is Allison Williams. Allison introduce yourself to Palo Lily. I am a CO owner of an All Star cheerleading program in Brooklyn New York. Pay Thank you very much and our second expert is Gerry mccrae Jerry. Please introduce yourself to lily. Lilly how are you? I'm Cheri and competitive cheer choreographer at Various High Schools in New York and Connecticut and they used to cheerleader twenty Peac University. Two thousand five to two thousand nine go Queenie plus enough. Let's see those are some cheerful sounds? Lisa well I always feel cheerful. It's I'd say time toads. We are going to put our experts on the hot seat while they answered lillies questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Jerry Maguire. Because he's going to show us the money. His name is not Jerry Maguire. But I like your thinking anyway I fine. Blue Okay Lily. What question do you have for Jerry to start? Tell me about what you do. What does a typical day in your job? Look like sure so. I've been hired to come up with competitive cheer routines at various high schools. So I go. I work with the students. I kind of envisioned the whole routine. I teach it to them and we go through all the motions and until we're ready to go. Put it into competitions clue. Yeah that's my job to. That's basically what I do. I see. Allison how did cheerleading become a sport? That's an excellent question. So initially cheerleading began in the UK in the mid eighteen hundreds and then traveled over to the US and at first there were college students who were in the audience watching a football game and the athletes weren't doing well during the football game and so the audience decided that they were going to get together and they were going to encourage their fellow athletes from there the sport grew throughout the US and then officially became competitive sport in the nineteen eighties. It's also spread throughout the entire world since then cool. This is for you. Jerry what would you say is the worst injury seen on the Mat So one time I did see a basket. Toss gone wrong person. Just didn't catch the flyer so she fell down. Hit the person who was on the base that they both kind of hit their head on the ground and Yeah so just to head. Injuries is the worst I saw. Because you know you need your you need your brain to be intact or two. That are they okay. They're they're still with us. That's good yes where I don't see bring them. He said they were with us. It's just an expression that means they're non dead. Humans are obsessed with. Who's alive who is dead going? What are you robots obsessed with? Good question we have you ever had something called Zucchini tuition. So mean Okay Lily. Quick change the subject away from that. Vegeta- this one's for both of you. Can you tell me about the jump? The herkie Chanda Hurricane Joe. Okay who wants to take that question? I'll start okay. So there was a fellow named Lauren Turkey and he founded the NCI the national cheerleading association. And he also invented the pom pom so they named jump after him because everyone loves him and he big in the world of cheerleading. And it's just this fantasy cheerleading jumping with some nice arches in aerials well to add onto that Lawrence her car. The reason why the jump was specific named after him because he attempted to do a split jump and instead bent his leg and as a result he came up with this jump. That did not exist. Which is why was named after him the hurricane.

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Our big Apple iPhone 11 preview (The Daily Charge, 9/5/2019)

The 3:59

06:26 min | 3 years ago

Our big Apple iPhone 11 preview (The Daily Charge, 9/5/2019)

"Today on the daily charge facebook launches a new dating service amazon's twenty new fire tv gadgets and our big apple iphone eleven three good morning and welcome to c. nets daily charge. It's thursday september fifth. I'm jay. I'm ben fox ruben and i'm david katz mire. Let's get today stories. His apples next big event is scheduled for next tuesday so we figured it's never too early to preview expect from the iphone eleven the biggest change maybe to its hi. Send model rumored be called the iphone eleven pro so say goodbye to the max supposedly has a glass back and a triple camera configuration while the more budget friendly iphone eleven are may finally get that dual lens setup that well you know the budget seekers have been wanting for so you guys excited. Is that it this dual orlands 'as isn't it in the big thing going to be next year's iphone. Yes oh i mean. How many times have we said that every year every year. This is not an s year. Technically i believe so this is the third year that they're basically using the same design and they've been doing this recently. They've kind of extended out the cycle so now you have to wait three years for a big refreshing. I think you're right. In terms of adding five g. in terms of a big redesign will probably have to wait for the twenty to monitor and they said this morning the fingerprint reader might come next year to screen fingerprints yeah so yeah so yeah. It's it's a little little disappointing. If you're if you're an apple user commented about this plenty of times but samsung already already introduced both of those features five g. and in screen fingerprint reader was in march <hes> with the galaxy stanton yeah yeah so it's pretty pretty clear from reading charts have constructed today. It's pretty clear that apple has been well behind on the of innovation curve the continuation of that that being said from a business perspective if they're like okay we smartphone market is saturated at this point. We're going to build out on services a lot of other things so that's what they've been doing for years. You've been mind they deal with huge volumes volumes for this single phone right so every time they have to make a big tweak or change was phone. It's a massive process right so that's partly their greatest strength is his grace weakness. Yeah yeah next up. Facebook is launching a dating service in the u._s. Yes you heard that right the company which faces a host of questions about ability to protect our data want you to trust it with funny that special someone. What do you think this why. Why is this happening this is this is like facebook portal all over again which is like like the company is going through all of these security and privacy issues and now coming out with a new product that a lot of people are really questioning what the value value is or are people going to trust facebook with this type of data. Yeah our own queenie talked to facebook about this. <hes> really asked about the privacy question you know they. They assured her that that the information collected for the dating profile wouldn't be sold advertisers and they're trying to take extra steps to make the secure walled off keeping my beyond facebook other. Getting dating services have had a pretty bad rap when it comes to privacy concern so there's a there's there's two issues here and according to queenie story she also mentioned that a lot of younger people are the folks that tend to use dating apps in the first place and so this is an opportunity for facebook to try to. I don't know lower the age of their total demographic because everybody's been helping to instagram so we'll see if that works and this this apparently sucks in the instagram posts automatically so that makes sense to so if you're if you're honest graham. You're dating waiting so keep in mind. This is supposed to be tinder. This is more about finding that you know that special someone and not a single night hookup also amazon launch twenty fire tv equipped gadgets at berlin's for trade show that includes its first oleg tv with fire tv built-in. Why we have cast meyer on david breaks down for us. There's a lot of products. I'm not here to talk about facebook dating and if you want to you know it's all it's all about this lead t._v. That has fire tv the first of its kind. It's it's only in germany so you know all the ts have great picture. Quality fingers crossed that comes the u._s. You know maybe l._g. Will throw in roku t._v. or on fire tv and get rid of their little web address system <hes>. There's also a new fire tv cube. Which is the weird remote control hybrid thing that's come to the us. It's going to be faster and a sound bar with built in fire tv. So that's a trend that's happening is. They're building streaming things into sound bars because we're not there. Are people actually get the streaming steak but are actually buying these this this other kind of ecosystem of fire tv connect products or well yeah. I mean amazon says they are they mean the stick is doing really well but the fire tv t._v.'s for example. That's like their big other other play and that competes with roku those have been selling really well to according to them. Prime day was a big blockbuster obviously for the toshiba branded things. They have a partnership with best buy so they're out out there in the market and a lot of people are using them and you know if you like alexa a lot. I think it's a pretty good product otherwise i like roku t._v. Better all right. Finally the galaxy fold is back. Samsung tout said it will launched with a new white glove customer support program but if you're looking to get in the u._s. Drought a luck. It only be available in south korea journey in the u._k. The fold has been. I mean it's it's been a disastrous launch and now it's even come to the u._s. Is that was that mean for full funds. I mean good for them. I say this every time but honestly sleep. We were talking about apple earlier that they really are so incremental in their efforts. This is the first time that a major company well. Why is doing this to. It's also had a delayed product. This is a big change so i think at least from my perspective consumers are going to be a little bit more patient but maybe i'm wrong about that. An the american consumers are not patient with something that breaks. I feel like launching only in in in you know a limited market especially korea where it's like basically plan on your home turf. You know they really we have an advantage in terms of getting the word out there positive. They have a lot of negative stuff to overcome with this phone so not launching the u._s. Wise maybe a little pansy the ash but samsung they can do what they want. Well parley. I think a bunch of carriers kind of backed out right. There were carry that were committed to solve this thing they probably saw the controversy just said you know what may not only the drama and they're still coming out with it so you know they didn't scuttle it. Completely broken credit for that so the daily charged on roger chang. I'm ben facts urban mark. Thanks for joining us.

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"queenie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"queenie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Spangled motorcycle in the nineteen sixty nine film easy rider Peter Fonda co wrote produced and starred in the film broke out from under his famous father Henry Fonda's name as Captain America said you do your own thing in your own time you should be proud you're listening to weekend edition arm from NPR news and from KQED news I'm Queenie Kim about seventy thousand people are in San Jose this weekend for the Silicon Valley comic con que cuties Rachel my reports that this comic con has a reputation for appealing to science nerds materializing here on the floor of San Jose's convention center I found Kimberly and echo Smith an astrophysicist at NASA who's been involved in a number of cool missions like the one that found signs of water on the moon the captain of the enterprise say work factor fiber were factor six boy do I wish we were traveling our solar system and beyond at those speeds that's right she's a fan of Star Trek it took nearly ten years to send a probe to Pluto I mean that is a mission for the patient Smith was talking to me at the NASA booth at comic con where people starstruck with real space travel were milling about including Jim Miller English born and raised in San Jose stole the science teacher James at high school east I found was eight thank you I've always been a little kid to go to space camp wasn't able to so now that I have a masters of public policy I want to actually.

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Would you use Facebook's new Libra cryptocurrency? (The 3:59, Ep. 573)

The 3:59

05:50 min | 3 years ago

Would you use Facebook's new Libra cryptocurrency? (The 3:59, Ep. 573)

"The. Welcome to the three fifty nine I'm Ben FOX Ruben, Johnny salesman, Facebook's highly anticipated crypto currency called Libro was officially announced today. The new digital money could be used to send friends and family money, pay bills were by stuff online to ensure libra isn't as volatile as other crypto currencies will be backed by pay pal visa Uber Queen base and others as well as global currencies and other investments, it's also expected to debut in the first half of next year. So is this awesome? We're, we're talking about. Crypto currencies again, because people are trying to like by anew house, or put all the money that they have invested into a new cryptocurrency, right? Yeah. The last crypto boom about a year and a half ago was basically because bitcoin went up to like almost twenty thousand dollars each and everybody was just trying to like, go for the gold rush. Go for the money. Grab this one. This is interesting in that it kind of promises everything that bitcoin was supposed to do before got hijacked by all these other like those investing whatever. Rugs. So granted that could still happen. The idea with bitcoin. And a lot of crypto currencies was that this would be a global currency that would have very low cost attached to it that you would be able to use, regardless of what country you're in, and just buy whatever you wanted to online, and that's kind of what Facebook trying to do with libra, and I don't know. Like should we be excited about it? I'm not even sure. Well, you pointed out earlier, I thought it was interesting that you notice that bitcoin in terms of its value. That's the best thing you can do to check like, check the stock market on crypto currencies checking weapon, and it's doing better. And I think that's because. It's sort of like a rising tide lifts all boats as people with a company that's asked pervasive. And like planetarium ubiquitous as Facebook. It means that people are gonna get educated on what crypto currencies are that they don't necessarily need to be scary, or on, on comprehensible. And it'll make it easier educate people, and are also potentially just make crypto currencies more prevalent across the world making transactions to do them. That's the idea of this. Right. Is that you actually use this cryptocurrency for transactions rather, relation or whatever? So EBay is added in as one of the founding members of this new libra association, that's a nonprofit that's going to be guiding this whole process, and they were specifically mentioning how you could in theory, use libra as a currency to buy and sell stuff on EBay, the complication here that I'm still trying to wrap my head around is that there are already currencies available. We've solved some of. These problems already as far as like with credit card networks with the dollar, which is widely accepted. So the question for regular consumers is like, do they really want to use bitcoin? Sorry libra as opposed to some of these other things. Obviously, bitcoin did not end up doing that. And referred variety of reasons point is just very volatile. It's not as liquid as you would hope if you're going to try to buy something with bitcoin, sometimes the transaction doesn't actually go through for, like, maybe half an hour or forty five minutes afterwards. If I'm trying to buy a salad I don't want to avoid forty five minutes for the transaction happen. But one of the things that queenie Wong our reporter points out in her story is that maybe could be a way for people for the une Bank to have greater access to those sort of networks, that are already set up bar are inaccessible to people that have bad credit. You can't get a credit card. If you have terrible credit, that's not there's a reason that's because you're less likely to make good on your payments. If you have terrible credit, but it does with, with the pervasiveness of face. Book and the fact that Facebook is so prevalent, especially in developing countries, where that sort of, like credit infrastructure, maybe isn't as robust, as it is in a place like the US, or in Europe. It might give people the ability to have more options for buying things online, if they can do it with cryptocurrency, like this one shore, but is Facebook, the right face to go forward with they have a really bad reputation for a lot of reasons or people going to want to trust them with their finances. Plus, they're kind of stepping forward into a situation where big choline, and a lot of other crypto currencies have been knocked for helping fund terrorism helping fund drug sales. What are the chances that libra would somehow able to solve those problems? Like, are they going to be able to fix those situations to? I don't know. I mean, we'll have to wait and see right to see how things turn out, but. Given that there is like I mean, you know, this, given that there's this association behind this, this has more of the potential for scale and also accountability than other cryptocurrencies, which so that at least works in its favorite granted, whatever you wanna say about Facebook and how people trust. It's Facebook's usage, hasn't their monthly actives haven't gone down even in the last year and a half of their crises. So it's not hurting people using Facebook. I don't know if it'll hurt people using Facebook as there, something that holds their money, either way we're way over four minutes by the way, but I do want to mention because we did say, we're going to talk about. Let's just do it really quickly. I guess. Yeah, the palm phone is now on locked, apparently kids love it. I don't get it. Kids love it the kids love it. But, you know if if you wanna go get a palm phone. It's three hundred fifty dollars, and it's really tiny. So it's terrible for watching YouTube, but go figure anyway. Read more about these stories, check them out on CNN. Mbengue FOX Ruben Joni salesman. Thanks for listening.

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Googles Pixel 4 gets a really, really early tease (The 3:59, Ep. 571)

The 3:59

04:09 min | 3 years ago

Googles Pixel 4 gets a really, really early tease (The 3:59, Ep. 571)

"The. Welcome to three Jinan Roger Chan. I'm Joanie Solomon Google decided surprised, everyone and dropping photo of the pixel forge next flagship phone and something that's supposed to come out until the fall. This is highly unusual. What do you think I'm here for it? Yeah. More transparency show us what you got don't. Let all these leaks legs set the tone in the conversation. That's true last. I mean, the pixel three light the budget phone was leaked completely before got launched Google does so maybe trying to get ahead way ahead of everyone. Right. One thing, one theory that are in lob opposed was idea that they teased out the square Cambe special multiple cameras. The iphone is also supposed to have one and traditionally, the pixel four launches the iphone. Maybe they just wanted to say, hey, we got here. I don't tell us where copying the iphone xactly. We were here first. All right. Let's talk about deep fakes and manipulate content. A video of Nancy Pelosi doctor to make her seem drunk made the rounds last week. Prizing was last week. Maybe two weeks ago, the surprising, how the different social networks, reacted Facebook kept the video, but added the fact check articles YouTube pulled Twitter actually kept on sort of suggests that like there really are no consistent rules about how social networks dealing with this content. And this seemed like they had no idea how to deal this content, and what experts say is that is a real flaw in, how're going to address, even more elaborate manipulations, like deep fix in the future. All the experts say what we need not only consistency in. In policies on social networks for dealing with it at the networks themselves, but also across that they engage with each other, and develop best practices also share resources, the only way they can really address these things if they worked together note that's not something, they're incentivized to do include be weren't in this situation rights, given how different Landale acted. And you listen to a house hearing on deep. Thanks there any highlights in terms of what they're talking about. It was definitely a theme throughout the conversation between the house representatives, and experts on the panel that social media is one of the key weaponization factors. Distributing, this sort of disinformation. And so it wasn't unreasonable for there to be these kind of questions that take these networks to task. Did you see the big Zucker Berg do? Yeah. Supercomputing all but and you know that came up on the panel like they brought up the Zakar thing. And one of the panelists experts noted, obviously, when this video says that Coburg says that I can control the future, obviously, that's not true because if he could he wouldn't be in the message and right now. So, you know, even the fact that I it is difficult. There are defects that are satire that are so Atlanta, they cannot actually believe it's hard to decide win something needs to be taken down under what circumstances, who target is. What are those? What are those rules yet? The point of the story that queenie wounded looking at the consistent reactions was. Yes. There's sometimes a line, their words. It could be parody. It could be commentary. And I think that's kinda wives social networks right now. Our little trapped in terms of like trap, but they're little befuddled in terms of how to deal with these videos. Right this content. Lastly, you want a review of a twenty seven inch Android tablet built into a GE oven hood, sticker price, only twelve hundred dollars a steel steel, would you want to put this thing on your oven plus side? Gotcha recipes and your YouTube videos on how great their in front of you in the pot. Yup. Downside putting all those Electric's right of an over. Yeah. Yeah. That's a little weird. The battery their power source. It's got all that, grease just like there's a lot of cleanup involved here. I don't know. It is on top of another hoods. Maybe. All right. That's one of the story. C J, Johnny. It's listening.

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"queenie" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"queenie" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Answers across the country. You bet your business. Go to queenie queenie, what non sexual thing turns you on. Number one thing for me is somehow. Colona man. Now, if I walk through the growth, and I get a whiff of that cool water, cooler water. Smell delicious, you love the smell. For making. A lot of what you go before you know about a total stranger, but not. Get it. And then let's go to James go ahead. What non-sexual turns you on? Someone brushing your hair. Oh, actually brushing. Your hair? Yes. If somebody like I, I mean, I guess, need brushing my husband, too, but yeah. When he brushes my hair, that's that doesn't interest, you know, like trying to be affectionate on off. Your husband been does Katie of puts his fingers through your hair is ever do that. Not really. Yeah. I do that. Like I'm petting. What are you doing? At century. In the movies, you know, at that one perfect moment where the guy puts his hands or her hair, and then brings, and that's just not movies are different. Yeah. They are otherwise you'd be laughing Jason Goodman. Do you have a non sexual thing that turned you on? Yes. What boobs? Sexual thing. Yeah. Could be her glut knows nonsense, sexually something about their personality or something that they wear something you see when ratings up the house for once. For one. Be clear, a meant not for one because she picks up ever lease things and stuff like that. But, like all of a sudden, when she organizes like a closet or special cabinet than his all organized that can be turn on. I just know it's going to get them out in a few days. Besides that it's I think for me is there's lots of things but for right? Like we're going where is when Kelly laughs, like her laughing, especially when I say something to somebody else in turn me on. So when she's boosting your ego. Say something like uncontrollable laughter. Mike, I don't know. It's kind of things are fun. And it's you know, that turns didn't confidence, you know, when she having confidence, and believe in yourself and being good in social settings stuff that, you know, I admire like, sexy worker Rome, without being all shy standing in the corner, which I do. Sometimes you have to tell you what mine is shoes. God, it has to be I don't I can't describe it. I just have to see it just certain pair of shoes. And I think that that is extremely hot. Okay. It's it has to be like all it has to be like the jeans or the pants have to be to be the right leg too long. Be has a certain look. I don't know. Yeah. You've mentioned that we're somewhere what time? Ooh. See Ben with issues on something. Not choose some of the top turn on. According to a new survey is smelling. Good. Yep. These are non sexual turn on being affectionate sexual, but me making them Phil appreciate addressing nice intelligence. That is turn on. Yeah. Because it all the time as to me, not sexy. I think that those last two very important if you are intelligent and have a conversation that you challenged by that can be very, I'm yet to find that. To everybody, he's ever. With my partner. Mccarroll. Yeah. I mean because she's she makes up for and otherwise craft making. Right. Can't be everything that you see the thing is the weird thing about that is Jason thinks that was a compliment, but it wasn't. Yeah. Well, no. I mean, there's other thing that everybody's going to have the perfect look. I know I'm not a hundred percent perfect. Cleaned of you? Right. Confidence yet. Generosity yet. Being a good listener. These are all non sexual turn on some playing with their hair. Wow. I guess so. And being tall. That's great. Yep. That's a problem for most of only one not a problem. Hope it, it's not like I know exactly so stop making fun of it, and don't make fun of it. And then when it comes to weight issues when you can help it don't be mad at me. Don't make fun of people who aren't all know Katie, Jared, I make fun of you because you're you Jason you I have never made fun of Jared for not being tall. Somebody other things. I think if you're five six and like, in the five six and below ranges, man, you like a little boy, five six. Yeah. It's like I'm five nine five nine Aaron advertise, like five ten five to. I don't want people to be like, oh, he's short. But I am not. I'm not tall. At all right. Tell you the number one thing, people do say when 'cause, you know how we're constantly talking about each other way, this, I have her like, oh, make is, is not as huge as I thought. Fake. Oh, you're not fat as I thought, which means you're fat. I get a lot of what is Jerry talking about. He's not any taller than you. I get that. Now if somebody walked in here. Jason, let's say you had a new employee five feet tall. Well, that's a good full six inches above saying or five three. You know, he's like I mean, I tend not to make fun of short people because instantly people turn to me, like, really short thing came up it. We're talking about, you know, the jobs come into a Jew, I think he'd be like, oh, I might deflect shorty or whoever it is. Yeah. It'd be hard not to know one another thing. I don't notice in somebody's pointed this out the other day. There's other people that are in this company that work, not just in this building. But in our company, and I never noticed that, that apparently easy my size or a little bit shorter and I never noticed, I don't notice the other short people unless very shorter than me other people right away noticed shortness because I've just I just assume everybody taller than me. You're saying because there's one guy I met that's in the industry. Exceptionally short. He's real short and he's older than you. So I thought, he's your dad when I first met him. Well, I see a lot like Jason. Yeah. Just the short part, he doesn't look like she'll care. No, it doesn't. He does Nive met him the blonde hair, I think. No, like a light light colored hair light. Brown light Brown before he looks they look similar you could think it was his. I mean, no one would be like there's no way short there, do the same music. He's in the he's in the industry, so to speak. And then he has a mail order bride. Oh, that was bright. Yes. Yeah. When I met him Jason gave him a booster seat at the movies. He doesn't do it does. And I thought it was very funny. Move on that one..

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Rapper Bun B shoots armed intruder at his Houston home

Howie Carr

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Rapper Bun B shoots armed intruder at his Houston home

"I have a new favorite rapper today from Houston. Bun b got into a shootout inside his own home with an intruder who tried to make off with the rappers wife's luxury cars this TMZ story around five forty five last night in Houston. There was a knock on bun B's door and his wife queenie. I don't know if she's related to little queenie of Chuck Berry Faye. Opened it thinking it was a possible delivery, the find a masked man holding a gun on the other side. The intruder demanded valuables in queenie offered upper Audi and the garage bun b heard the commotion from upstairs grabbed the equaliser. Confronted the intruder as he was getting into the audio shootout between the two ensued. And the intruder ran away few hours later the masked man showed up at a Houston area hospital with a gunshot wound to

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David Letterman and Howard Stern talk Trump and rage in new interview

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

David Letterman and Howard Stern talk Trump and rage in new interview

"Right here we go koyo nia queenie amanda definition intimate spiritual communion and participate of sharing in a common religious commitment and spiritual community language of origin grief clean nia k and oh and i a coin and is they also like they're having so much fun isn't that just like a marriage though coin in the year it just sounds like it's a wedding i don't know what else i don't know all right so on netflix david letterman show my next guest needs no introduction his last one of the season he talked to howard stern this is very interesting why was howard stern so mean to david letterman and other people early on in his career i was just young man full of rage there was no rhyme or reason to it i could not love anyone i couldn't respect anyone i just thought this was who i was and i think through psychotherapy i started to fall in love with life a little bit i started to appreciate what was good and one of those things was my relationship with you and i was ashamed words had no meaning to me words they didn't hurt of course they hurt me if somebody says something bad but as far as i was concerned oh everything's a joke so when i would talk about your ratings talk about your relationship or anything like that i assumed he doesn't care but it did hurt and i was like why am i heard this guy i love so much and admire and really this is somebody i could maybe talk to and relate to because we've been in the business a long time and maybe he could teach me something or i could get you know.

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25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil after sea rescue

Midday on WNYC

02:55 min | 4 years ago

25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil after sea rescue

"What dr and she's only thirty two years old that's allen cassia talking to olive brown she is flying doctor in nigeria eighteen minutes to the next story is made front page news in brazil fisherman rescued twenty five migrants from africa they were on a boat drifting near the northeast coast of brazil after thirty five days at sea eliana content is from the newspaper is starter of sao paulo and she's been following the story it's not us all for brazil to have immigrant from nafta and this bolt was lost at eight was assaulting and the industry for forty five days there were people from different countries of africa and also some people also from central america and to the brazilians were there the pilot including and the police federal police in brazil thinks that this job resilience or trying to make a route i go immigrants from africa to brazil police wants to know what was going on and these people were want in the end of this trip the boat was lost and there were not food and water anymore for the people that was the plight of the people after thirty five days at sea from the estado sao paulo newspaper that was eliana conti newsday from the bbc world service let's get the headlines the electoral authorities in venezuela declared president maduro the winner of sunday's controversial election to position candidates who took part despite the boycott has said they won't recognize the results as we've been hearing health workers tackling an outbreak of the deadly ebola virus in the democratic republic of congo ought to be the first to receive an experimental vaccine as part of united nation program and also today the woman behind the movement to allow women to drive in saudi arabia says her a nfl activists in the kingdom are being targeted in a smear campaign saudi native manal al sharif said she had been receiving death threats online ahead of the band's removal she was speaking after several activists in the kingdom were arrested and their families travel was treated to so the official statement from the authorities claims at beating contact with foreign organizations they did not name who are these organizations and foreigners they are funding to bring distress to saudi arabia like queenie it doesn't make sense to me that were going more toward being more open they've been promoting women's rights suddenly there.

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