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Scott Kingery’s 3-Run Homer In 11th Lifts Philadelphia Phillies Over Braves 7-4

SportsCenter AllNight

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Scott Kingery’s 3-Run Homer In 11th Lifts Philadelphia Phillies Over Braves 7-4

"Off home runs on Friday. The Mets get a two run pinch walk off homer in the seventh from Ahmed Rosario to sweep a doubleheader against the Yankees. 4 to 3. Blue Jays get a Randal Grichuk to run walk off homer in the 10th to beat the Orioles five before the Phillies Yousa Scott Kingery three run walk off last in the 11th to beat the Braves, 7 to 4 and the White Sox beat the Royal 6 to 5 on a Yasmani Grandal walk off in the ninth.

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"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

"And Randall before like keep saying this one last question before we get to wrap up how are your kids doing these? Children had to live through a nightmare that is unimaginable. Losing their mom and then almost losing their Dad Britain bulldozing the debt for six years. How they doing now They're doing good and. I've got three. Granddaughters now from them. Son Has. Two Little Red Eddie Girls. Lives in Nashville he's architect. My daughter lives in Alabama. One time was president of the company she worked for. flew to a different place of employment, but the NCAA has one little girl. I'm so proud of him On the basis. That's great. I wish them the blessings in the world because they deserve as you everything good Now. We come to the rap of our show, which is a segment that is my favorite part call closing arguments where a first of all thank both of Richard Jaffe. Criminal Defense lawyer. Author. And amazing advocate thank you for being here and of course Randall thank you Randal paget for sharing your story so. Beautifully and this part of the show is where I get to kick back in my chair. Switch off my microphone and let you just. Share any other thoughts that you may WanNa share with our audience man we're GonNa, save you for last that's okay. Richard Your I it has been a true privilege. Honor enjoy. To, get to know and represent Randall paget. and become close with he and his. Now Wife. Brenda Masekela fifty years. This is kind of case where. Reality really trump's fiction. Because head it not been for the failure to disclose the exculpatory conflicting information of blood typing. Ranna would never have got a chance for a new trial. Amazes me that the prosecution hid that until it was too late the only other thing I would say what? The that law enforcement often excludes a wider investigation once they focus on one suspect. And when that happens. The wrong person can easily been convicted and a really thorough investigation. Would have. revealed the truth that Randall was innocent. and. I thank God that Randall is here with us. To share his story, he is a true software, the earth human being. Randall. dyslexia thank Mr Richard. Jeffy is. The greatest attorney in the world he believed in me he believed the truth. Thank, Richard? Love you Richard. Very. Much One thing about me. I guess I was A. Naive about the justice system America. I heard of people get wrongfully convicted on it I didn't pay much attention to it but. But I thought you know when you're. In the United, states, before most thing in the wind is supposed to be the truth but don't think it works that way. I think of the piece of truth comes up but mad bar who every side. I think it gets twisted around or tried to cover it up or something. And I guess for people listen they acid if you're ever shitting on a jury. would I ask that you don't just believe because defendant has been accused of something that he probably did something or wouldn't be there. And I would ask the you would make prosecution. Show Houston. Concrete proved back up. There slaying. got. Just one other minute. A block the talk about my brand now wife Brenda. When I was in prison, she was so nasty. She trying to raise money for me and rotten legally play should thinks you wrote the governor and I don't know who our? This woman being nasty me not that she's a SPA.

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"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"randal" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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Honoring George Floyd with Real Change, a Statement from Marriott

Squawk Pod

06:51 min | 5 months ago

Honoring George Floyd with Real Change, a Statement from Marriott

"CEO Arne Sorenson, and addressing the recent events surrounding race in this country, and in his company in a recent linked posts, saying for many years I've tried to use my purchased Marriott to advocate for opportunity for all regardless of race, gender, nationality, or any other point of human difference, each person deserves to be recognized for who we are and respected for common humanity, and the distinct qualities that make us unique joining us right now. Is Arne Sorenson? He is the CEO of Marriott international and Arnie. It's great to see you. Thanks for being with us today. Becky you to. Want to set this against the proper backdrop, obviously, the last several months have been incredibly difficult for everybody in the Travel and leisure industry. You are a global company. You've got more than seven thousand properties, one hundred and thirty one different countries, so you've been watching the arc of this as it all takes place, you've had to close properties. You've had to furlough employees. Where are we right now? How many of your properties are actually still shuttered? How many? Employees. Have you had to furlough? How many have you been able to bring back? Less aggression there, of course, the impact of Covid nineteen has been profound on our business. We've seen. By Revenue Sales, at army tells by ninety percent globally starting of course I in China then moving around the world as we got into March. And are low point. We had about two thousand, nine, hundred seventy five hundred hotels that were closed around the world. We've probably reopened three to four hundred of those I. Think when we look at even in the United States. We see the early signs of recovery, although we've gone from something like minus ninety percent revenue, something like minus eighty percent revenue so well in percentage terms. If you think about it from the bottom is up one hundred percent. is still a long long. Before and we suspect it's going to be. A slow climb beck. Levels we nineteen. So that sets the backdrop for what a difficult several months it's been already and how much you have on your plate. Employees are kind of watching this and not knowing what's happening on, either then you have the civil unrest and the riots that have taken place, and that adds to it so as A. What did this mean? Warning label to do. What are you hearing from your employees? This is obviously a just blew latest reminder, a frustratingly long Sharon criminal justice, particularly for for blacks and urban cities in the United States. where! There is unfairness that is profound, a and I suppose the only thing that are is what positive about this is the availability of cell. And the fact that we can see the outrageous behavior that obviously. Killed George Floyd in Minneapolis. Allows US I think to some sometimes. Put aside your search for him big. Unity Instead, say this is a profoundly unacceptable. And start to turn the corner in eight now. What is it that we can do about it? When I blog about this weekend, of course was was quite personal. I woke up Saturday morning and had this on my mind as everybody did. and. This is something we should communicate about. I'm obviously not black leader in a business community him United States. We have a very diverse work group and wanted to communicate with them like the more I think about it. It is not just a question about what we Mary Do, which is really the focus of blog, but recognize that what any individual company can do is simply not enough. We've gotTA. Find a way to. Make a dramatic more progress can. Is Space than any single company? Can You well what does that translate into in real terms? Arnie we, all the conversations are underway in a number of different organizations, so the VRT for Jampel is is talking about fitness a real time as we speak. I think many of us are are using our networks, folks both inside and outside our companies to. Talk about places we can make a difference I think I. Think and must each of us do what we can with our workforce and with our partnerships, unity's where we do business, but I think that we can band together also through outfits like the Bart recognized that we've got to work on criminal justice issues which. Company can't do probably ending together and advocating. Criminal Justice around educational opportunity around access to healthcare around access to financial resources. These are for big areas that. Collectively. We can push for not just. What can we do as companies, but what can we? Help implement in the policy space. To to put this outrageous behavior bindis. SAY THAT! These are real time conversations that are happening with you and your peers at the Business Roundtable How quickly do you think that this is something that can, it can translate into action. We had Randal Stevenson a former head of the business roundtable on earlier this week, and he said that look when any of these big companies kind of put their mind to it, they they can have a significant amount of say in policy in Washington and that we've seen it happen time and time again. For issues that are near, and dear to any of these individual companies, hearts or that make a real difference for business business doesn't work free markets don't work in an environment where a large class of our people are perceiving and experiencing injustice, so we have an imperative to begin to use our muscle and are influenced to begin to affect policy change to address this. That this is something where? This is a moment that all of these companies are going to stick with us and say that this A. An agenda that has to carry down I do I do it again. By suggesting for a second, Bart ought to band together and use its force together. I'm not crying. Excuse the conduct that any individual company will be we will continue to be very active in this space as myriad, but I think collectively would be that much louder and I think the Bart and other organizations will move very quickly and will not let up on this. I think our employees basis demand. I think society demands it. I think fundamental aspects of fairness and the importance of opportunity. demands it and I think as a consequence. Is this event I? Don't know whether you had a chance to see prisoner after noon. But one of the things that I found some

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"randal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"randal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Do something about it Randal Wilson is a veteran Sir twenty years from that night states their force active duty at locally at Beale Air Force base and then in the airforce reserves that makes their McClellan and then again at Beale and Wilson heard some news that disturb them last spring I was watching the news and saw that the touches almost center was suffering from some budget cuts and I was astounded die personal I didn't know the extent of the services they offer but I thought it should be either grammatically incorrect or possibly unconstitutional to utter the words almost an veteran in the same sentence well he thought something needed to be done I was sure I'd see a big protest stores and congressman enacting legislation for more funding on the next day or week and I did see a flat spot will and I guess I have to do something I don't know what I only talents are flying jets not what they're going to bring any money so I turned to my favorite passions of your food and music he approached some of Sacramento's finest jazz musicians Henry Robinette and Roger Smith and one of Sacramento's finest restaurants be book all agreed to support him on this fund raiser a big dinner tomorrow night which as surprisingly not surprisingly I should say sold out pretty fast it's on Sunday but he says you know you can still give still donate to the cause to help homeless vets services through volunteers of America she certainly welcoming any donations that are gonna support the the efforts of the folks that volunteers of America to help our veterans yeah you can learn more KP cannot come the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill and still had will check all the top trending stories also go in depth on the latest on the corona virus at an early case in Chicago now and much more to come traffic to were on that set back up on news ninety three point one cave okay live everywhere on the I heart radio lab.

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"<hes> <hes> also have heard that the <hes> the surface pro two is the surface pro whatever the last when i used it for a long time it's really nice <music> a couple of artists who sneered at it for a while and tried it and really high quality tablet uh-huh i have. I have the same teague i've had for now. You know many many years <hes> <hes> and i'm not too i it's one of the things like whatever works for you. You know people have strong. Everyone has a strong opinion about why the way they do. It makes you know is the best but <hes> <hes>. I think it's whatever whatever you've learned to make work for you. <hes> is great. It's the province of the amateur to debate about ten rules. The professional picks one uses it because they've got work to do and we don't. That's why we're just guessing on and on. I'll let you go. Thank you randal but it was great talking to. You is to talk to you too. You're just one of my hair on. It was a lot of fun. I really really have a great day. Thank you randal. We invite you. If you like triangulation. This was fun. Wasn't it <hes> to join us every friday usually every friday about eleven thirty pacific. That's two thirty eastern time <hes> that's seventeen thirty thirty u._t. See we we come in here in the studio and we sit down with somebody interesting. We spend an hour or so. It's not just me when i say we it's jason howell denise how <hes> <hes> it's now mike mike sergeant and i think we're going to answer very nervous about doing the show. We're gonna get an shoehorn. They interview they pick the people they want to interview. I always pick the people i'm most interested in and that's what makes it interesting. It's a real conversation between <hes> our hosts and people were really interested and i hope that you're really interested in you. Don't have to watch live life though i that that's only if you're in.

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"And she made some really good points about how <hes> how the way we treat robots as they become more lifelike reflects on us and the people who are watching you gleefully destroy a robot will infer sort of how you treat things that seem to be alive and maybe that's worth reflecting on a little and also pointed out like like because the robot isn't the problem here the the robots aren't we assign so much agency to them but the robots are generally <hes> <hes> controlled in one way or another by by a person who is the real the real one exerting power so hitting the hitting china's ball at the drone is is really not solving the problem at its source proxy for alexis so she i in the end she takes x. It's actually that's a fascinating topic and you've done a little bit on amazon echo and listening but but i think it'd be interesting because i i hear parents all the time teaching their kids to apologize to the amazon echo for being a kurt and and i want to say no. That's a machine you wanna teach them. It's a machine not that it's human. This is actually the wrong way to think about it well. It's yeah it's tricky it some. I think it's just generally a very tricky issue like it. The way we the way real we relate to <hes> the way we relate to computers as they imitate people and the norms we develop around that it's it's. It's an ever evolving field. That's part of why. I was happy to to highlight a cates work on this because she's been thinking about this for a long time awesome to have you. I really appreciate it. Take care rental. Thank you so much you too. I see tripod. Are you a photographer to know. <hes> do do some photography but that one is not mine. I don't know who's this slipped leftover. In the we work. Okay never mind yeah take <hes>. I didn't even ask you like how do you draw you draw with japan. Do you draw it on a computer. Yeah <hes> i started off doing them on paper with <hes> with with these pens and then and then gradually we started doing more and more of the editing and redrawing and rewriting on computer and so then there was a point when i switched over to to just drawing the first draft on the computer directly <hes> <hes> using one of those big. There's a big tablet. <hes> oh direction ashlin is is that a sin tc that's not swayed but <hes> so there was a point when i changed over to using those completely and that was nice because it freed me up to do some much larger things up before when i wanted to do a big chart i had to have a whole bunch of pieces of paper that is scanned separately together and it had update something it was a huge pain and you know and so then so the nice thing about about drawing directly into the computer is that i could make much larger comics which was fun interesting so he uses in teak and you just draw directly on there are using. What are you using photoshop illustrator photoshop. Everyone i know uses something different or something different combinations things things. It's just like whatever you learned to use is the easiest tool for you. <hes> everything i kinda an ipad with procreate or anything like that because i hear i hear it's incredible..

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"Now i mean i i. I don't know i never wanted to be one of those bands. Who's like stop asking me to play this one song bird this song you're like. I'm just happy when people like anyway my comics seriously but are there some that your prize that maybe thought this is really great and people didn't get it or no well. One thing that happens is there a few comics like you mentioned where i feel like i was like explaining the same thing over and over and then i to various friends or various rent strangers on who i got in arguments agreements with and i was like i should do a comic. Try to like explain this as concisely as i can and i wasn't really thinking of it as then. I'll have a thing i can point them to <hes> but it was like okay maybe other people will now be able to bring this comic up in arguments yes and that means. I won't be tempted to jump in myself to get involved. The x. k. c. d. dot com slash nine twenty five. That's all i'm going to say on this and then they know some of my i think i think some of my personal favourite comex that are are not about tech stuff or don't get <hes> <hes> you know the same lake becoming a shorthand for something <hes> but then i have a lot of fun with our <hes>. There's a series of of comics. I have a little the character with the beret who has a business <hes> and there've been a series of comics about this business and it's it's many surreal activities <hes> and and and those i just just those i just have so much fun drawing and writing beret guy even those these are these are are stick figures. They do start to assume a persona don't they. There's a bunch of beret guys will assign them and people assign them names and stuff but <hes> but i i. It's you know a lot of the time. It'll be a stick figure. Comic the next and you don't now if it's the same necessarily the same one or a different one or what y- beret guy is <hes> is your is your surreal character. I think i think it it several people who i know and they do. It's randall munroe <hes> <hes> it's such an honor to talk to you. Thank you so much for the work you do and i think i get a little bit of a better percents of the of the person behind the comics. Thank you so much well it. It was great chatting with you. Thank you so much for having me on real really she hid it. The book the new one there are several but the new one is how to absurd scientific advice for common real world problems the only book in the world <hes> for which the final chapter has had had to get rid of this book. It is fun. I guarantee you. There's a seventh or eighth grader. Maybe a sixth grader who knows maybe a fourth grader in your life who would have their life changed by but you will also it is it's just funny and fun and painlessly educational like everything randall yeah well while i'm thank you so much. I mean it's x k cd colleagues. Oh yeah always and i really enjoyed meeting you and talking to you. Thank you randal likewise likewise. This has a lot of fun. I'm glad we i'm glad we could make this glad we could make this work. I am to take care you too so glad we had this time together the meetings. I never know the meeting speak. You know like like whenever i had a meeting yeah. What are you supposed to say at the very end so do he really wikipedia says you're into kite photography. That can't be current..

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"Really perfect flawless yeah cartooning draftsmanship and you know incredible writing and it makes me feel yeah. I know and i so i'm i'm like people are like how do you do this three times three times a week and i'm like how did they do it seven times times a week. You know do you get a block. I don't know i i. I guess i don't know anyone. I feel like like i'm always i always have a bazillion half half finished ideas floating around and for me part the benefit of deadlines is it forces you to like pick out okay. I know that i'm going to have to pick out three of these this week that i really like and make them work. Wait a minute so you <hes>. Maybe you have four or five good ideas and you just do three. I mean maybe i have two ideas and i do yeah. I don't know i feel like it's sort of like the like people people will ask them like where do you so where do you get your ideas and it seems like the one question that like every ricardian esther every like writer and i've never heard anyone a good answer to what's interesting is that you don't unlike the water's. There's no nobody demanding. Deadline yourself imposed deadline yeah and yet you do it. You don't even get paid by the strip. Well you know i mean the way that these things like the payment structure for for for bill water center for for comic syndicates or people who sell it's always really weird and disconnected like okay. When you know like like i mean i mean if if if you if you draw comics through a newspaper syndicate really you're getting paid when people look at ads for washers and dryers you know <hes> <hes> and like that's weird an indirect and variable so like i mean i think sometimes about how how i talked to academics do peer review and i'm like this is a huge time commitment that you're giving to your field you know the and their people will take advantage of you. If you're a good reviewer and have you review view more stuff and it's not it's not something you're getting paid for. You're just doing it because you know when you publish a paper. You're going to have right. You know you're going other reviewers but then there's also this giant weird journal system. That's making you know making money off of this but also it all seems to work but it doesn't seem like if you look at it from an economic standpoint like any part of the system really makes sense. It's just everyone is doing doing their research because they're at a university and they're expected to do some research and they're doing peer review for the same reason and like to some extent because they want to do it to some extent is because it's part of their job which they're being paid for but like if they didn't review papers that still get paid. They just have colleagues were mad at them. I guess and so like i don't know i feel like when when you drill down into like why we do things and not we're getting paid your make nearly as much sense as it does on the surface. We do it because we love it. You obviously i love what you're doing and <hes> we'll be able to to be able to do it and get paid and so i feel like however however i get get paid. I'm i'm. I'm you know however i'm able to make money either written yeah right place at the right time and i really really appreciate that so i don't know you have a unit aloen titled or anything talent. You have a an a an a real ability audience. I think one of the tests of that how many of your <hes> strips are kind of enshrined permanently like your your passwords word strip correct horse battery staple <hes> which comes up again and again and again or your standards strippers. There's some of these have just they live it forever. They're classics already. Which says it is more than this is more than a comic strip. There's something there's something very powerful going on. Do you have some favorites that you wish which were more popular that do you have some that your little special children..

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"Dot com and then i was like well. The dot com kinda superfluous this is just ex casey d- <hes> <hes> and and it and it works great as a name for a comic for sort of the same reasons that it was a good screen name but i have immediately like ruined my own plan of having an unambiguous the biggest identifier now have to go oh now. I'm once again identifying myself of media. It's just now a piece of media that i made so oh. That's not so bad randall. Come on that's not so bad. It's not so bad but then when i when i actually starts to feel weird if i'm using it as a screen name because i talked to people will but it's like it feels like yes i the human personification of the comic strip x. k. C._d.'s it just feels weird to be using that in casual conversation waterson call himself calvin yeah strange or you know and it's almost more more like so if he called himself kelvin and hobbs really be weird it that would just good i it's just that would feel weird <hes> and so so it started feeling weird is a screen name. You know look at all. The screen names in our chat room and people pretty much are frozen in time you know once you create a screen renaming becomes widely used your stock and i'm i'm thinking there are a lot of people in chat rooms wish they weren't you know tech dino or eric duck man or beat mass chat loquacious one but that's you can't change it now. That's you heard of like how the area code you got in two thousand six that like the last area code you ever had for no matter how around you'll still have an area that says that you're from idaho you chose well because x k c._d. Is pronounced bull. We'll memorable and even though you didn't know this in nineteen ninety four or five google google and that makes it perfect really yeah it. It worked out well. I feel like it worked out for sort of the same reasons like i didn't have anything in mind for it but i was like this seems like a problem that comes up over and over a <hes> sort of like with this is one of those situations where i once again though was over thinking things because it's sort of like oh. I want to have a string of words that has every letter pair in it. I'm gonna way over think this and spend forever on this problem. Even though i could've just skipped it and it turned out not to be important. I feel like i did the same thing where i need to figure out a way to generate a string that will identify projects identify me uniquely <hes> and i spent way too much time thinking on it and it's like the one time it was actually appropriate ended up using that a lot. We're starting to get a little insight into the mind of randall munroe and i'm really enjoying it reminds me of <hes> eleven o one which of course course you know as baby names the name how daughter ponzi emily firefighter. I have so much fun just just giving dumb name things good sound of record scratch. I like i like the ambiguity of whether you're supposed supposed to write out that with the right outside records scrapped the brac in it or whether it actually represents the sound of it but the <hes> i think that maybe even my favorite spread in my book thing explainer <hes> which is very explained things using simple words is that i got to name. I got to do a tree of life where i assigned names. I showed how all these animals are genetically related animals plants other kinds of life but then also got to give names to all of them and so in this book the gimmick.

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"X. k. cds or is really how you monetize yeah. It's gone back and forth where where i'm making a living and and then and you know since since <hes> since then i've gotten to know people who draw comics for news papers and make a good living that way i know people who who will sell <hes> you know merchandise people who's being given the tie ins people who do books and it feels like it's changing all the time so i never when people are like what's you know. Do you have business advice i i. I never really know what to tell you what's worked for me and my particular time and place <hes> but i don't know how applicable that is to anyone else. <hes> one thing thing that's been really kind of surprising about publishing books is because i didn't go the newspaper route. I sort of had this idea. Oh yeah you know printed media. That's that's the old way of doing things things and and everything's on the internet now <hes> but with with books what's really surprised me. Is that <hes> they reach a lot of people who i think wouldn't have come across my comics any other way you know people will leave books around and say that their kids are reading them you know and and their kids who do i obviously don't know who's reading my website but i. I think that i'm reaching like when i do book signings. There's is when i do that have to do with a k. Cd i feel like it's reaching a lot of people who wouldn't have reached my comics otherwise people who just came across them in a bookstore. I don't really know that i draw an online comic and that's really cool. A sixth greater would love this book. This is such a guidebook to give a smart kid and i've been really surprised by how much <hes> <hes> people are like. Oh yeah i like your book but i can't tear it away from my kid which which is funny because they'll ask me you know always a good gift for kids and and the truth is i don't really know anything about kids. I feel a little <hes> a little sheepishly. I don't i don't know what's good for what age level and so people tell me uh-huh yeah my my seven year old is reading your book you know. Do you think it's good. <hes> you think it's good for seven year. Olds and i'm like i i mean i guess it's good for your seven year old. There's nothing you know nothing inappropriate but like <hes> i i i just sort of say i figure try giving it to the kid and if a if they read it then i guess it's a good age for them if they if they're chewing on it. Maybe wait a few years but i've surprised surprised by how many little kids have come up and clearly read my book cover to cover. You know all this stuff so heartwarming but i definitely didn't expect it if you'd asked me you know who are you. Who are you selling this for. I don't know people who are sort of like me. I that's my vague idea of whom writing for written for kids. I want to be very very clear about that but that's what's great about x. K. c. d. in general. It's not written for anybody except us. His kind of like you know if it's written for you and i see i could see a smart kid <hes> discovering this in a changing in a way changing their whole outlook on life and that's really sweet. No i know i i'm sincere and i think that you will see in twenty years thirty years. You'll be you'll meet people who say i gotta tell you my you know. I'm a scientist now because of you or i'm a you know a astrophysicist because of you or whatever are a flight attendant because of you so any anything can happen. I guess randall monroe's our guest. When did the name x k c._d..

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"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"randal" Discussed on Triangulation

"Man. I am so excited about this show. His name may not be widely known as widely unknown as let's say cartoonist charles schulz but for certain group of people and i include myself randall randall munroe is a cultural icon when you mention little bobby tables or or horse stapler correct people. Don't you know it's like it's like here. I have a few of these the temperature of the earth. It's it's iconic in the same way that snoopy and the red baron is iconic for another generation randall. Munroe is the geeks cartoonists. I hope that's okay to say next k. c. d. addicts case c._d. Dot com is a must read and it's rare that we have a subject whether it's passwords or free speech or standards mm-hmm that somebody doesn't paste an x. k. c. into the chat room saying well randall covered this much better randall munroe welcome to triangulation very nice to me and he's an honor to meet you feel like meeting. I dunno gary larson or you know bill water. It's legendary legendary randall munroe his book in a new book and a third in the series how to <hes> absurd scientific advice for common real world problems. I mean absurd his previous book what if and thing explainer now if you've done what if and how to do who what when and why wear ear properly where rental welcome to triangulation really honored. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be here. <hes> as i mentioned <hes> ver- it's not no not at all unusual when somebody will come in chairman and we band somebody and they say well free speech that we will point them to your comic on free speech <hes> <hes> or when we start talking about standards will do you get to the point where you just say seventeen fifty seven or six thirty. I don't know mo- mostly no occasionally people will say oh. My favorite comic is number so and so and it'll be something there are a few of them that i know by number but i'm always a little surprised that that when people expect me to know everyone line number yeah ache so one of the things that everybody loves about your stuff is that you are sound scientifically sound mathematically authomatically sandra at a computation your rigorous and so when you bet well it's impressive <hes> i'd like to we'll get to the book i promise lots of plugs for the book coming everybody you know by the book and then we don't have to just buy it. Just go out and buy it. You can get on amazon. There's even an audio version. I don't know what the how oh that would play. Do they describe picture. It works great. It's <hes> it's a will wheaton. If anybody could do it we'll could does he. How does yeah does he describe. Does he read the comics. Does he yeah yeah. I think it it varies <hes> depending on how how integral it is yeah. I love the. I love the drawings oh you're are you. Did you study art. I do not get that question very often. She's studying stick stick figures. No i've been drawing stick figures since i was a little kid and and and i feel like it's it's that i didn't agree breath that <hes> i just got more and more like <hes> specific about how i drew them but <hes> no when i was little i thought it would be really cool to be a cartoonist and the downside was like i thought oh that sounds like a great job. You can draw comics people see them. You can sit at home in your bathrobe south robe but then i realized too small flaws were i didn't know how to write jokes and also didn't know how to draw well..

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AT&T CEO: The world is going to change

CNBC's Fast Money

02:49 min | 2 years ago

AT&T CEO: The world is going to change

"AT and T. Randal Stevenson sitting down with our own Becky quick at the business. Roundtable's CEO innovation summit earlier today commenting on the streaming wars. Disney is launching their direct to consumer. Product. We'll be launching our direct to consumer product. We each have significant a lot of content that has been licensed out to other people. Not just Netflix, but license out to other players in this eco system. And as we begin to pull our product together, we're going to want some of that content to put on our platform. So this is going to play out interestingly over the next three or four years. I think this world is going to change dramatically as we all get into this business on a direct to consumer basis. So we have more companies looking into direct to consumer streaming services who could ultimately come out on top. Well, there's no question that AT and T Ken. I think Randal Stevenson has one of the most complex jobs of any CEO out there. There's a lot of moving pieces here. And I think the most important thing for the share price right now is actually delivering I think this is a company that people are very concerned. I think there's going to be organic free cash flow growth, I think they're going to be selling some assets. And I do think that the media business that they have acquired is enormously undervalued. And I think there's a lot. It's a yield play to there's not right. You want to? What about TV Verizon? We'll get a lot of picks on our show for Verizon. Right. I think too many people get sucked into these dividend yields. And that's something is problem with some of these names because once that gets eliminated, then one, and then you look at debt that's another huge area. So I've stayed away for a lot of these. Of course, there's a lot of deal talk around AT and T these days options traders think that another potential telecom deal could go under and they're betting against one of the names. Involve you're breaking down for his Sasha's action. Some price action or some options action in sprint today. Which is pretty interesting back in April t mobile launched in twenty six billion dollar bid about six sixty two dollars in sprint at the time. On today put buying the ten times of average daily volume. There was one trade when the stock was trading at five ninety five that caught my eye. There was a buyer of ten thousand of the may six five put spreads paying a quarter for that. That breaks even down at five seventy five you make up to seventy five cents between five seventy five in five. And when you think about it here, we got a couple of charts real quickly we have a two year, and we have a five year. And when you look at this thing, and you look at the range that the stock has been in. I think there was any issues with this deal. You probably have risked down to that five dollar level. And let's look at the five year pretty much. You know, six bucks is kind of. Important support. So we can think about the political climate we're in the competitive environment. Where in you, think of the fact that sprint is owned eighty five percent by SoftBank? And you think where SoftBank at all that money from Saudi Arabia. Maybe there's some issues about how this deal gets approved here in the state. So this looks like some protection for somebody else from sprint. All

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WSJ Tech D.Live: How Should Tech Firms Be Regulated?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:37 min | 2 years ago

WSJ Tech D.Live: How Should Tech Firms Be Regulated?

"The. With a special edition of tech news briefing. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal technology, firms are facing increased scrutiny over the role. They play in elections, the dissemination of false or biased news and consumer data breaches, but to what extent should tech firms, especially social media companies be regulated at the Wall Street Journal's de live tech conference and Laguna Beach, California industry officials and politicians weighed in with various suggestions democratic u s Representative row Cana of California said any regulation. That's an acted has to be smart as Tim coke putted. We need well-crafted regulation of and it's not regulation for regulation saying let me give you a couple examples of things that I think actually could get bipartisan support, and this of privacy groups, and technology leaders, for example, I think people should have a right to be notified when there's a data breach. It's ridiculous. If you have months and months, go by and people aren't notified you have access. Now to your health records have access to your financial records, probably should have access to know what's happening to your data. You should have some portability which would increase competition if you could take data from one platform to another, but what about possible legislation from states or congress with regard to overseeing the tech industry, AT and T CEO. Randal Stevenson, said don't leave it up to the states. I don't think Washington right now could agree on the freezing temperature a water. But if there were ever an issue that you would think could get bipartisan coalescence, this is one. I mean, we got we had a mess coming at us literally states independently going out and designing their own privacy regulation, you'd people running companies out there trying to think about how you do business newspapers. How do you do business in a world where you have fifty different regulations legislation and rules around privacy? There are a number of states that are now passing their own legislation around. Privacy, and by the way, net neutrality, and what would be a total disaster for the technology and innovation that, you see happening in Silicon Valley and elsewhere is to pick our head up and have fifty different sets rules for companies trying to operate in the United States. So this is where legislation I think is critical pass a body of legislation around customer data protection that shouldn't be that difficult to pull together. Honestly, don't believe Darrell Issa US Republican Representative from California sounded an optimistic note about possible. Regulation from the incoming congress little regulation will occur. We'll be more thoughtful simply because you have highly divided government after this last election, and it tends to mean that the new guys in town in the house are going to be demanding all kinds of things and they're going to walk into. Okay. You'd better demand. Something we were already interested in or you're not gonna get it on the other hand. Steve bomber former Microsoft CEO. And now the owner of the NBA's LA clippers said regulation was preferable to help. The tech industry and not legislation. I happen to think it's a whole lot better to engage with regulators than it is to leave things to legislative action. A lot of discussion in the ecosystem always be we need laws. We need legislation that in every way is probably the worst thing for everybody. Because the regulators can have a real thoughtful discussion about what the technology permits doesn't permit. The legislators never going to do that regulation in the hands of the FTC. Yeah, I get that. Or the DOJ? I get that the differences. Those are people who can put staff on to really understand the details. And those are some thoughts about regulation from the WSJ tech de live conference when we come back. Steve bomber talks about what businesses can learn from sports teams. This is tech news briefing. From the Wall Street Journal, this podcast is brought to you by Harvard Business School executive education is your family office position for growth and success gain best practices in. Family wealth management at the new program building legacy, family, office wealth management. Learn more at H B, S dot ME slash legacy. At the Wall Street Journal de live tech conference. Steve bomber owner of the NBA's, Los Angeles, Clippers and former Microsoft CEO was asked what the similarities and differences were between a company like Microsoft and entertainment franchise like the clippers bomber said. It's all about accountability and winning. Yes, we are in entertainment company, and that's very important thing for me to remember, I tend to think of as a basketball team and yet from a business perspective, we are in entertainment entertainment product. Now, what is the best way to sell tickets? We've done all the statistical analysis. It turns out winning championships is the best way to make your business better. God, it's just like real business. It's all about the product stupid. And frankly, if you win championships got he'll know this. They're still selling a lot of tickets in Chicago years after this guy won a bunch of championships there. So winning the only other thing. Actually that helps you signing superstar having the first pick in the draft. But the best thing is to championships. And so that is what we focus in on. Now, if you think about it, what does that mean, it points to accountability business, you know, people we run around. I we're so we got the quarter getting after the next one. You know, we're marketshare were held accountable. You want accountability? Sports after every game win loose. Sorry. Can't fix it. Next quarter, gone. It's gone. Teamwork. How's your team working your business? How's your team more? Teamwork. Twenty every twenty four seconds. Everybody knows our team work is every twenty four seconds. You can see it. You have to be accountable for it. You think you have customers and shareholders that assess you, yeah, they do, but they're casual casual compared to the millions of fans who are sitting there studying every move who have access to all the perform. Silence data that you do. There's not one piece of information are fans can't see that. We can see that's not true in businesses. So I find a level of count ability frightfully more powerful than I did when I was a CEO that's LA clippers owner Steve bomber on what businesses can learn from sports teams. And that's a special edition of tech news briefing. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal.

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"randal" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"randal" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"It's a fixed line network with little tail on it wifi in your homes, no different than that. So I think cable companies still have meaningful infrastructure. A couple of questions before we go. One is, do you plan to ever create content specifically for AT and t. exclusively? I think it's inevitable. There will be, they'll be content and they'll be stuff that we do with the creative community where we come in and say, it's the right match to do this for those particular customers in that particular platform in similarly, they'll be folks come in and say, developing this particular piece of content is best suited for this particular distribution platform, and we should do that and we'll do both within our business. Do you ever wake up with nights wets at the government's gonna come and actually win this case to end this whole this whole transaction that you're now overseeing? No, I'd I'd. I don't. I sleep really well and night to begin with. But no, I Davidson seventy eight hours how many you got. Oh gosh. I wish. Good night, six hours. I would say somewhere between five and a half and six on this transaction, no sweats at all about it. I mean, look, do any kind of planning or anything differently in terms of how you operate on the margin? There's decisions on a given day. We made kind of made a keep separate commitment that doesn't cause a lot of problems. Operationally, today's where we are look, the judge the judge wrote in incredibly strong order, and it was a very long in in complicated trial. He did a great job of articulating why was a clear and decisive victory. It's going to make it easy for the appeals court to do the right. Did you think that was a political case? I don't know. I'm past that for my own hell, sanity and wellbeing. I'm kind of moving on running the business. Okay. Final question from me. This was your boss Randal Stevenson said, if HBO is Tiffany and net flicks is WalMart. I want to know what were media is to what this new product. What were Warner media HBO is to Tiffany what Netflix is to WalMart. What is this new package too about? Sure. I'd quite I look. I think there's a lot of great product in the market today. I think Netflix is a remarkable product. It's met a particular need in the market as WalMart meets a need in the market. Somebody can go in and find virtually anything they want there. And I, I don't view that as being bad. What Warner media is our new product is is I wanted to be a collection of teacups where you walk in and you say, I knew exactly when I walk into that bode teak. I'm getting something that meets this particular need, and it's going to come with a absolutely fully understood level of quality. And so those boutiques are the collection of brands that are there, but even a collection of teacups. Needs an anchor tenant in an anchor store to go into HBO. Is that anchor? Tenant? Okay. You gave us your favorite film not give us your favorite TV show of right now. I think I've said publicly, I have been very named with Westworld, although I have to say toward the tail end of succession right now, I'm I'm pretty excited about that to Johnston, everybody. Thank you. Thank you. Became. Thanks to my guest this week, John stinky and Andros working. If you enjoyed the show, please be sure to listen and.

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Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease

Scummy Mummies

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease

"The filming to how did you get the pot of frenchie did you do you like addition for other roles did you know you going to be frenchie i didn't know i got a call from my agent to go to paramount to pick up my script and the audition would be the next day and that i was to come looking like the role and i didn't know very much about it so i went to para my had you did you come knockin onion chris bury with the very small dogo great i know so i go there and at paramount is what that time it was a little bit difference they still have a gate and they still have a guard in a booth so you go in and you drive up and you say your name and they had you script while he handed me a number of both skinny little flow so i opened it and it only had one page any think what's the men are rat speech you know i know what this come you know you you can't just say a line at grenada remember it still men a rats can you remember bieber on rice and that the fleas on rats worse than that they're a believe is awfully rat rats the only man you can trust is a daddy i say give you the paul well a but i you know you gotta know the context so i happened to notice on this guards little desk that he has fat evola pts to and i asked him do you know if any of these have the whole script and sure enough you opened one he said cisco go pull your car over there and i came in and went under his desk and read the script and it was good because i found out a lot of she was aspiring beautician and you know also found out the result was a big apart but but no no they janos lags hickey upset by no i was i was married it was a girl my motto is if you're gonna be bad but it'd be good these shirts mommy this is ten life lessons as the scummy scummy mummy mummy anyway i and randal kleiser told me that as soon as i open my mouth ahead the roll but they didn't tell me that then i just i'm fact i never even read the lines i think i just talked to them and then came back for dancing audition and then they got several groups of of of pink ladies and tbirds together and just kept narrowing it down until it was the group you see can you remember the first moment you

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Iraqi polls open in first national election since declaration of victory over Islamic State extremists

Reveal

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Iraqi polls open in first national election since declaration of victory over Islamic State extremists

"Poverty first this news live from npr news in washington on trial snyder iraqi voters going to the polls today for the nation's first parliamentary elections since the government declared victory against islamic state the bbc's martin patience is in baghdad he reports the current prime minister is locked in a tough race prime minister alibis won praise for the fight against the islamist extremists and security has vastly improved across the country the many iraqis are deeply disillusioned by widespread government corruption and a wiki corner me the also comes just days after you ask president donald trump pools of that iran nuclear deal some iraqis fear that the country could once again become a casualty in any struggle between america in iran secretary of state mike pompeo is holding out the potential for economic prosperity if north korea gets rid of its nuclear weapons north korea takes bold action to quickly denuclearize the united states is prepared to work with north korea to cheap prosperity on the par with our south korean friends pales speaking in washington during a joint news conference was south korea's foreign minister the two men after pompeii or return from a trip to qianjiang he did not offer many details of his meeting with north korean leader kim jong un but he said the us has often had adversaries who are now close partners a summit meeting between kim and president trump's scheduled for june twelfth and singapore at and t's chief executive has issued an apology for hiring president trump's in personal attorney after the election ceo randal stevenson wrote to employees saying michael cohen's hiring as politicans cold a political consultant was a big mistake at and t paid a firm set up by cohen six hundred thousand dollars last year the company says it hired cohen and other consultants for advice about its proposed merger with time warner which is the.

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Trump announces plan to lower drug prices

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Trump announces plan to lower drug prices

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens president trump has unveiled his plan to lower prescription drug prices julie rovner of kaiser health news says it is one of dozens of ideas at the administration is considering to crack down on abuses in the drug approval process it's a long list of proposals some of them might help some people but it could end up hurting other people for example if you you know cap how much certain people on medicare have to pay for their drugs that will end up probably increasing overall premiums for everybody who buys drug coverage under medicare so some people would pay less other people would pay more there seems to be more of that than there is of actually figuring out ways that would make overall prices gardner reporting the proposals do not include allowing medicare to negotiate directly with drug companies to get lower prices this trump promised during his campaign att's chiefs as the company made a bad mistake by hiring president trump's lawyer michael cohen as a political consultant more from npr's wait goodwin it's been a difficult week for the dallas based telecom company quote our company has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons these last few days randal stevenson road his employees's our reputation has been damaged at and t paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to michael cohen shell company essential consultants the same company used to pay hush money to porn star stormy daniels at the time of the payments at and t had recently moved to acquire time warner and is awaiting federal approval in his email stevenson announced the head of the company's lobbying group bob quinn will retire wade goodwin npr news dallas rock is holding its first parliamentary votes since the defeat of isis they're npr's jane.

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Healogics, Inc. Names Lynn Merritt as New Chief Human Resources Officer

Daily Tech News Show

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Healogics, Inc. Names Lynn Merritt as New Chief Human Resources Officer

"These are the daily tech headlines for friday april twentieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt the verge reports google is working on a new messaging feature called chat it will be the name of google's rich communications service or are c s messaging option are cs as a standard meant to replace sms but uses data instead of using the sms portion of service chat will appear in the android messages app in addition google says it is pausing development on its messaging app aloe the wall street journal reports apple is having problems getting enough ola displays from lg that's not apples only supplier l apple actually gets most of its elit screens from samsung for its iphone screens now while it may be true that apple is cutting its supply orders with lg it's unclear if this means an overall supply cut for iphone production or just issues with lg's process during testimony in defensively proposed acquisition of time warner at and t ceo randal stevenson mentioned an online tv service launching in the next few weeks at and t watch as it is called will cost fifteen dollars a month to stream or be free for at and t wireless subscribers no word on what channels would be included but it would contain no sports germany's supreme court has dismissed a case brought by publisher axel springer against iso the owners of adblocker plus accord found that ad block plus was legal and overturned previous decisions springer intends to take the case to germany's constitutional court.

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Sloppy report depicts Apple as struggling with LG as an alternative to Samsung OLEDs on new iPhones

Daily Tech Headlines

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Sloppy report depicts Apple as struggling with LG as an alternative to Samsung OLEDs on new iPhones

"These are the daily tech headlines for friday april twentieth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt the verge reports google is working on a new messaging feature called chat it will be the name of google's rich communications service or are c s messaging option are cs as a standard meant to replace sms but uses data instead of using the sms portion of service chat will appear in the android messages app in addition google says it is pausing development on its messaging app aloe the wall street journal reports apple is having problems getting enough ola displays from lg that's not apples only supplier l apple actually gets most of its elit screens from samsung for its iphone screens now while it may be true that apple is cutting its supply orders with lg it's unclear if this means an overall supply cut for iphone production or just issues with lg's process during testimony in defensively proposed acquisition of time warner at and t ceo randal stevenson mentioned an online tv service launching in the next few weeks at and t watch as it is called will cost fifteen dollars a month to stream or be free for at and t wireless subscribers no word on what channels would be included but it would contain no sports germany's supreme court has dismissed a case brought by publisher axel springer against iso the owners of adblocker plus accord found that ad block plus was legal and overturned previous decisions springer intends to take the case to germany's constitutional court.

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Mattel CEO resigning “to pursue a new opportunity’’

24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Mattel CEO resigning “to pursue a new opportunity’’

"News time four fifty six now bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins here's larry kofsky technology and consumer products company stocks led a modest wall street decline the dow jones industrial average dropped eighty three the s and p five hundred fell fifteen the nasdaq composite tumbled fifty seven a change at the top for mattel ceo margot georgie she's leaving after just fourteen months she'll be replaced by the company's incoming executive chairman tells shares lost half their value while georgia yadda was at the health at and t ceo randal stevenson took the witness stand today to defend the company's planned takeover of time warner he's expected to be the final defense witness is at and t fights government lawsuit to block the eighty five billion dollar deal i it was then it wasn't elegant said it won't be for drug maker shire hours after indicating that it might the brief drama followed shires rejection of a sixty billion dollar offer from japan's takeda pharmaceutical talk calling it insufficient bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour i'm larry kofsky for ten ten wins news time four fifty seven experience the phenomenon critics can't keep.

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"randal" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"randal" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"As though they get to um cabinet me to tell these swede or whatever uh kevin comes in after randal stomach come in our eighty a narrow out lino they they can adapt you know 'cause they actually know each other in a day in a gone out to dinner and um they uh the cavity uh seized season actress who was his costar in the movie that's coming out which why have our forgotten and will be something he'll he'll 400 all right let's go hill for guys soda to chat will now uh but uh he sees this actress a lie all yeah um that's why costar i'll be right back everybody i'll him as though he uh he he gets up eh goes the talk to her at the bar and um this is where he flies out that why you while unbeknownst to hell he was a rehab uh she had a got the news that she was cut out of the movie she made me mad we just got up evergrowing knuckleheads anwar because like who who is usually a room leg just just because you were cut out like why would you why would you put that in his head you know know you really have no idea she also kill me with lee he was lie she's i just got out of rehab day osce tells the two allied whereas hollywood bottom line up up man i unlike her and her stupid dressed attract as aquatic wasn't like that she was this you know what i won't be she was going through it okay she's guy bad when that in this like like clearly if you got a phone call that means dashed you but he didn't get a phone call been.

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"randal" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"randal" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Well the first one would be um to um to to make sure that you understand that your thoughts are just your thoughts they don't exist in reality the negative self talk the chatter the worry does not exist they're just rejection of this thought machine i mean i've you know i i i i liked occasionally and so my seminars fell people that the the human body is a lifesupport mechanism or thought machine but basically to understand that we get in our own away so frequently because of selfdoubt at worry at angst and it doesn't have to be that way um if you can take a step back and understand that that your thoughts are sometimes overriding your create that makes sense like you're you're negative thoughts are are disallowing the input of the of the the consciousness of the south that's number one uh number two uh you know i still to this day think that sleep is this probably the most overlooked undervalued component of a healthy life and so many people i know don't get enough sleep in brag about it um and and that's you know a shame because ultimately at you um and then i think the final thing in terms of productivity would be you know find ways to move around no matter how confined you are to a desk find ways to move through space in your day as often as possible because that's really weak humans are about on mobility in about motion if we don't invoke that right that we after randal lose it's it's so through above movements i mean you there one of the leaders of the first kesse really talked about that as well as some of these interests principles and one of the alexander the the godfather paleo you know you've you've the primal and low the piddly movement came out of your work with a primal diet.

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"randal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"randal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Are going to be to live overtime with randal one thing as much of a choice at this point new year randall apparently not just the on yeah the next time around now by the drinks okay make it up to so with that let's go to jump on the phone so it's go out the way these wild card james and the hartford connecticut james your first up tonight and co say how to randall i randall i jimmy well games i'm another demeanor and i'm looking for very much to see you give me the contact in the better i will be there with my wife and asked if you know it's one of the big events of the year no doubt so definitely come up and say hi yes i was a high have the i want to believe poster with the picture done it banged him and i've deftly one autograph cause that's for his what did it with in regards to randall tonight james alright my question for randall is and he can get maybe provide a little bit of a context for the or maybe next thank you for the triggering of the renaissance the european run atop the truth you know our take a little bit of the leap from they got big architecture he was playing earlier there was so there was a dramatic leap for shore and thank you for the phone call james how do you explain that randle well you know the renaissance kind of appeared in that right said that the respect two seasons to the little i say generis can run ameliorate should write the middle and that pretty much coincided with awareness are and i think that perhaps once again we had at a period where is you know the rudy struggle for survival was somewhat i'm really rated and people had a little bit more time to devote two matters so scientific inquiry in taught them to watch the in so wants so and you know beat the i'm a rams that pretty much brought the little i see two and we're not such but you know it it didn't affect every place to say so there were clearly places the were more severely affected well then others like right bitch an agreement calling it was an extreme example do we lose randall again all we shore did all right now you know why it's is break into a couple of phone calls.

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"randal" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"randal" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"This month kids all over the country started their freshman year of high school in these kids class of twenty twenty for most the born in the year two thousand and two it was very it is unclear it's a chances are there high school experience it's going to be quite a bit different then you or so for example bullying is way down from when i was again the kind of sad whatever say that thing i actually just because you left school in there this is it to fix all together also none of those kids even now any smash mouth song on that andy i know the magic randal we're playing the plan than the crown going his life was a lot different back then and in the news today a website just put together a list of all the cool things that you grew up with at this year's freshmen class wasn't even alive this is going to be tricky i we go number seven i pots the original like i've hot you know one of them rotating wheel that came out in two thousand and one and by the time these kids are on the even listening music i pots a pretty much already obsolete an apple was already on to the third or fourth i found i wasn't games he might do if it might just meaning get wondered tonight and then there yeah it's tough news i never going to catcher on new not for me number six spin burn like none of these high school freshman remember how devastated the world was when brady's for years and justin timberlake with green it was like what do you and on the break them yeah on the gritty between breezy hell never good to see ashamed headed brittney running through the streets of los angeles assaulting pop run through never in umbrella never say never too as he could who managed him that's.

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