17 Burst results for "Richard Hendrix"
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
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"richard hendrix" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Stupid. I mean the the job thing is unbelievably bad falling off in the job like stepping job. Like what a lot of those. Just have those unnecessary extra flourishes that it's it's not like subtleties like the changes. That James may be mentioned were subtle improvements were yes yes subtle stuff. Edens like the empire strikes back showing the outside of cloud city right instead of just being walls or windows I like stuff like that like it adds it expands the environment a little bit. I don't know I wonder going back to Harry Potter. I wonder what the future of Harry Potter as franchises. There's a there's a lot of money out there and I know there's mixed opinions on fantastic beasts but I wonder if we'll ever see a remake of this movie. We're talking about today because I feel like we will at some point but I don't know when I'd feel like maybe thirty years from now. Twenty thirty years from now will be the right time to do it. But I think there's so there's so much money tied up in it for whoever owns or was it universal. I'm guessing Warner Brothers Warner Brothers right. Yeah just watched the movie. I can't remember it was at the start of it There's so much money there in term interests good warner brother insurance by the way in every Harry Potter always whenever you the way you did think universal because the theme Parks Universal Studios. Yeah that's why I can tell us about which one thing to. JK rollings credit. And I know we're we're Kinda hard on the fantastic beasts movies Khazei. Okay digest the Regulus. I don't think they're good okay like I think they're clumsy. There's good stuff there. I I do like kidding. Deeper Lauren history into that whole universe but to to JK rollings credit. Maybe the credit of whoever's running that franchise like at least they're kind kind of doing what we want star wars to do and maybe star wars started doing is exploring a little more outside of the immediate characters. We know and love love so like I. I do like that. That like J. K.. Rowling is willing to get involved and be the screenwriter of these movies. That you add onto your universe I without them being expressly sequels with a forty five year old Harry Potter because we all know goodlatte looked. Yeah we've talked about. We haven't heard the interview. We did talk to to Rupert grint. About how many times. It took them to get that right that the that the Harry makeup have been have massive. Foreheads Ed's via you're you're you're not wrong there at all. It's very true but overall I probably enjoyed it to lease like I think it's still good thinkers parts of just don't totally work me but I think overall overall it's still very enjoyable even though it was like one of my least favorite out of them all even though I despise professor professor choral hate. That guy quarrel Easily slimy fuck the composite score of eighty four. Combine that gives it number five on our nostalgia listed bumps signs out out of the top five Austin powers for your virgin than in Bruges inglorious bastards. That's Harry Potter and the sorcerer's slash philosopher's for stone. We'll be doing Christmas movie starring next week. Are we ready for watchmen. What do you think some APP and watch moment again? If you haven't watchman you should probably stop here but anything crazy a lot should happen. The last episode like the most amount of things possible. The only thing that lingers for me is so Vite is on Titan. Right what is it titan. or He's on one of Jupiter's moons can I thought it was Europa you're you're right what it is it's Europa. You're right he's there who's GonNa come get him. That's a far away off to establish space travel. Like because he got he had to be. Put there by Dr Manhattan right on West. He has that thing that saved me in in the letter letter. D. Does it say Saint Doctor Manhattan or save me Doctor. Yes for his old friend but like you probably ties into what lady trews doing right. So she's building something. People have hypothesized that the time machine it could be a transportation device or something like I feel like she put him there. She bought his company in. He put them somewhere else and bought his company. I don't know it's it's crew. Who is I I think I think? Oh this episodes the black and white episode. Oh I just remembered that that's right. Okay this was is gonNA be fucking trippy. There's going to be a bigger deal at the end of this one. I think we're GONNA find out that I is it Rohrschack centric or no calvary centric. Can I don't know it's around. It's around Angela she took the memory pills of will reeves. Okay stodgy pills. Yeah Yeah I think. We find out that he's hooded. The Justice is episode. Would you be some crazy. Shit can can't wait alley all season at all. Oh Yeah I watched the maximizing Alpha episode. I think that was the last one I liked it. I I like jared jared's favorite characters so I'm glad I'm glad we're getting a lot of embassy. The seat I think they outstretched chaired a little too much. Is this the last season. It is very much the last season and it feels like. It's the last season to either. They're like struggling struggling and I think they're still funny parts but it's not what it used to be and it's a little. It's a little disappointing like laughing. But it's just one of those things where for how good veep wrapped up like a man just remember years ago. I was like criticizing on on twitter. Saying we've ever episodes like them doing something and then thinking they succeeded and then they fail and then they succeed and then they fail on. The show just repeats itself and then I was like I was thinking I was really smart and someone just replied to me is like most shows are like that yes but I think with Silicon Valley. It's it's like extra pronounced because of that entourage affect almost where like everything is like the most pivotal thing to happen to them at the end of an episode on that cliffhanger. But I like it I think it makes sense. In the makes sense with the characterizations because Richard Hendrix's cassettes himself up for like perpetually being in some sort of a fail son come back on the POD Thomas Middle Ditch. Oh Yeah it's a good time with you. I would which is weird because I feel like all the performances. This season are better than they have been. Just the the storylines seem a little especially with with with what's going on in tech and all that that stuff and I know this shows kind of filmed on a delay but it feels like the most relevant part of like I guess. The current landscape was the him in front of Congress at at the start of the season but then that didn't really have any lasting impact to like. What else was going on? You know it didn't it kind of glossed over it though. Maybe maybe it'll backup. I Dunno mature. Okay I mean I like seeing it end at least with some laughs but just it's unfortunately not exactly what used to be. That's tough to replicate that many many seasons I I I do my judges probably one of the best cultural critics or crops culturally cultural satirists that we've had in in Since the nineties l like does even beavisbutthead was like satire on like Youth Genetics Youth Culture. Sure at the time and like MTV culture and all that Shit and D- office space of course and Ideology what was a move idiot. idiosyncrasy That was something that I enjoy a lot like feeling most people do. But it's it's it's especially funny thinking about like the shit like the Bronco drink when Like that happens. I'm playing death stranding and does Sam Puerto Bridges just drank monster energy drink all the time. that really is the future as we're going to just like an endless expanse of University of tech where they could be going after I mean again I haven't seen this season so don't feel Correct in criticizing it but I mean I hope they do. We'll have a chance to go after the big picture stuff. Yeah like I I think that I one of the things like the I love the Gavin Belsen character. But I never feel I feel like that's the least consistent character throughout the whole thing. I like him going off in wanting to write a book like the humor of it. 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"richard hendrix" Discussed on The Information's 411
"Brought to you by the reporting team at the information that looks at well I would say normally my my spiel as I say the biggest written during the week other things we find interesting and commend you check them out on the information dot com so last week I had the opportunity the pleasure of going down to the prosciutto in San Francisco and interviewing the actors the HBO Sitcom Miniseries Notice it cop hbo series Silicon Valley which was doing its premier in San Francisco the spinal season of the show has been running for six seasons and I sat down with two of the lead actors in the show Thomas Middle Digits Atwood's not uncommon occurrence for me. I don't typically go to press junkets not the part of the industry that I cover but that show has been kind of interesting presence in Silicon Valley over the last couple of of years it it it sort of launched just as I moved up here and began covering the sector from San Francisco and has done I think a pretty amazing job satirizing culture of Silicon Valley talking about some of its hardships also I think the optimism behind a lot of the founders is in these companies is a major point of the show and yeah I mean look it's it's certainly appealed not just two people in the industry in the in the tech industry but but more broadly it's been a really popular show for HBO and now entering its final season it had a lot to say about you know what it means to be intact these as you'll see a lot in the show that looks at you know this role we're tech is now getting scrutinized by the government which feels like a far cry from where the show began as you know a bunch of dudes hanging out at an incubator based in someone's house in in the South Bay now has grown significantly and is dealing with all of these larger show and political issues Anyway I get into all these topics in my conversation with Thomas Middleton she plays Richard Hendrix the CEO of Pied Piper on the show Kazak Woods who plays jared what's his last doe jared done I can't be remembered that and and so yeah we talked both about the show itself they learned over the course of playing these characters both very talented improv comics so it was a fun conversation and as a quick point of disclosure for this I have been very very loosely involved in the show in the past my brother is an associate producer on it has done some advising to the show over the years I have a a brief cameo in the first season if you look very closely you can see it I won't tell you when and so I've I've kind of had the pleasure of watching the show developed over the years and seeing both the creators Mike Judge and Alec Berg kind of developed this from from just kind of a really SPEC script look very different from the show as it is today so a lot has changed over time the show has its premiere this Sunday on Hbo Owen One last thing the interview that I that I held with them was outside kind of on this porch like Randa situation near the place where premier was being held so the little bit of ambient noise there we were we were podcasting Alfresco so when we kinda comments on things like that That's what's going on there right ready we good my merit let's roll the interview.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on GNC Week In Review
"Used a and uses a close up of the android robot does now colored a new share green and video the ocean news on valley satire. The tech industry is coming to an end h._b._o. Has released the first trailer for the shows six and final all season. It's coming sunday october. Twenty seventh and it reveals is coming. Excuse me that the reveals the is coming sunday october over twenty seventh <hes> this is the this is the final season. Excuse me had that when i was typing my notes up i had put in twice. I apologize <hes> then. I'll have a link up in the show notes that you can check out from the verse dot com the show's fall the the show follows employees of pied pipers fictional sort of making a decentralized quote a new internet the trailer shows most would sign making fun of most recent silicon valley trend tech executives appearing in front of congressional committees richard hendrix who plays thomas middle age who who is played by who's played cowboys name richard hendrix who's pied paper who is a pied piper c._e._o. As he pays his nervously response question from the committee while the pied piper team watches dismay and leader accelerates awkward it inspirational response so when i saw trail in my opinion it goes back to <hes> the <hes> this is about the i was mentioning about the pairing in <hes> congressional committees. I thought of <hes> mark zuckerberg's mark zuckerberg testifying in in front of congress of its size so it was a great. I love so i'll come. Dot com bombed that it's ending final season. I know a lot of fans. There was a lot of game or through game of thrones fans so i'm a fan of pipe a fan of silicon valley and i'll be definitely tuning in <hes> from the last and final season.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on This Week in Science
"It's not because they don't know. 'cause there can't. Gets right at the whole idea of cats. Cats don't care about anything human related. They don't, you know, people give no credence to cat intelligence. So that's that's part of this too. Is that even with a dog, you say they know their name, they don't necessarily know there. They know that name that sound to mean come over here in pay attention to me. Hold up. It's a powder Clinton. Sounds right. Yeah. How do we how do we distinguish that from the sequence of sounds in response that humans have because this is like a funny thing that happened? I the only talked to a a dog that only new Danish like everything was spoken to this dog was in thinnest igus visa that don't eat that comedy new come here. Now, Keith do you wanna trait? We only talk to the doc in Danish. And I mentioned this in passing like my dog only understands Danish. And the person is me went. Wow. Your dog understands two languages. No. How this works. But it's I don't know that that's distinct from how humans learn and know things either like, it's. Fame. It's the same except that because of our deep understanding of the English language. I can tell you your name is Justine, and you know, okay. That is the the proper noun that means me what I'm saying is dogs and cats know their name, quote, unquote, they recognize the sound, but they don't understand that that is their proper noun for their existence. Not that is different. So. Language, grammar or Email can't come to Stella. Brammertz tests. So that that is no no, I'm saying, they still know that means you come here now. And that that can still mean that only means me, but it does not mean that is mine name right identity. Okay. Identification with cell writes. Yes. So that is. Makes are the. Oh, docks that can understand multiple multiple names for their toys. Correct. And so how how would you how would you quantify the fact that they can't understand that name is their name, but all the names for their individual toys and Adams belong to those individual toys night, that's hard to different differentiate that question. I hope everyone we're not wanted at. I hope. I hope everyone wants to ponder it. Because we have come to the end of our show. Thank you, everyone for listening. Thank you for listening. Shout outs to fodder for help with show notes and our social media identity for thank you for recording. And thanks for coming down from Seattle last week. That's awesome. Thank you to Gordon cloud. And then Rausing who else is. Yep. In the chat room who help with the chat room moderation. And I would love to thank our hatred on sponsors. Thank you to Paul Disney Richard onus. We're tired Stuart Pollack. Philip Shane Ken Hayes Harrison Prather Charlene. Henry Joshua furious. Steve Tobel, Alex Wilson, Tony steel, Craig landmark, Missouri. Jack hall, Matthew Lynn, Jason Roberts, Bill Kersey. But Calder Patrick cone. Eric nap Richard Hendrix, Brian cahnge at Dave neighbor Aiden, Jeff John Bertram mountain sloth, Seth oh granny Steve Albor on John rattener Swamy. Dave ridell, Daryl. Mike Shak Andrew Swanson, Paul.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Services to their customers via patriotic well social media company patriots decided they were going to ban a series of people. I'm not a fan of some of these people. Right. So these people include Milo Yiannopoulos who I think is terrible human being and Jim's also who is a far they come right political commentator. He's really just an all right guy. He was banned from patriotic as well patron also banned Carl Benjamin known as Sargon of cod who is not like Milo and not like James also the bottom line is they shouldn't be banning any of these people. If you don't like these people, then maybe you should just explain why they're wrong and tell people not to give them money for their services. But patriot has now banned them without any clear. Standard of why the ban happened in the first place. This comes after Alex Jones was banned from Twitter forever after apple in Spotify. Removed his podcast again. I don't have to agree with any of these people to recognize that social media has no standards and their unease. Evenly, applying those standards as much as they could possibly want. Because listen, there will come a point. Where patriot bands me. I'm not I'm patriot. But if I were they would ban me where patriot or Facebook or Twitter come after me or they come after Jordan Peterson where they come after Ruben or they come after Mark Levin or they come after Sean Hannity or they come after everyone who they disagree with on any level. That's the way these social media companies are working why because they are radically disconnected from real life. Now, I've recommended on the show before the HBO show Silicon Valley, and it's a hilarious show. The basic premise of the show is that there's a guy who's trying to start a media company in Silicon Valley. But one of the main stars of the show is a guy who's pretty obviously based on the heads of Google again, Gavin Belsen, that's the character on Silicon Valley and Gavin Belsen is a self aggrandizing new AG jerk who pretends that he is soft and cuddly when in reality, he's the harshest most terrible person. And he spends all his time trying to force his business. Down on everyone. Right. He's he's he basically says that his job is to not do evil in the same way that Google job is not to do evil, except that all he does throughout the show is do evil, but he pretends that he's actually spiritual and enlightened I need to show. You this clip from Silicon Valley to explain how it is that social media works in Silicon Valley. So this is so spot on. Here's here's Gavin Belsen from Silicon Valley talking to a guru who he flew in in order to talk about spirituality swing on new given jurden quit today to join by by. I hate Richard Hendrix. I. Is wrong and less the sin. The hands of the light and heat can be tool for great change. You're right. Once again. The reason I bring this up is because this is exactly what we know. This is what Silicon Valley is because over the weekend. Jack Dorsey, who's the CEO of Twitter had a series of tweets in which he morphed into Gavin Belsen. Now, I don't know how Mike judge creator Silicon Valley somehow got Jack Dorsey become Gavin Belsen. But he did Jack Dorsey tweeted this out neon mar which is a place known for like, it's genocide right now is an absolutely beautiful country. The people are full of joy in the food is amazing, I visited the cities of Yangon, Mandalay and bagging, we visited and meditated at many monasteries around the country. And then he continued the highlight of my trip was serving monks and nuns food and donating sandals. And umbrellas this group of young nuns in Mandalay, and they're chanting was breathtaking and chilling. And then we get to my best part. We also meditated in a cave, and Mandalay one evening in the first ten minutes. I got bit one hundred seventeen times by mosquitoes. They left me alone..
"richard hendrix" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"This is on point magnitude already. We're talking this hour with Dan Lyons. He's author of the new book lab rats, how Silicon Valley made work miserable for the rest of us. Dan, also happens to be a pre a staff writer on the EMMY winning HBO series Silicon Valley in a former editor at Newsweek, and we have a cut here from the pilot episode of Silicon Valley, Dan was not a writer on the show at this time. But this is from the pilot episode where Richard Hendrix played by Thomas middle. Ditch winds up in the doctor's office when he's faced with a really stress inducing decision. Whether or not to sell his company for ten million dollars or keep ownership of the start up. He created for a lower price. So in this clip you hear Richard speaking to his doctor, so you will survive the garden variety panic attack. Welcome Silicon Valley, we see people like you all the time. Really? Yes. Disaster. Tomorrow. Yeah. You know, while back we had a guy here and almost the exact same situation. Take the money or keep the company. What happened? Well, couple months later. He was brought into the ER with a self inflicted gunshot wound because he really regretted not taking that money a little black humor there about the pressures that Silicon Valley exacts may face. But in reality things can't get a little strange and most definitely uncomfortable if not out and appropriate because in this next cut you're going to hear Bloomberg anchor. Emily Chang, diving into the frat like world of Silicon Valley. She did that in her book, bro topiary, which was published earlier this year, and she told business insider in February about the shocking details of some tech Women's Day to day lives. I don't wanna get into hot tub and pitch. Investors might business while holding there. What woman wants to do that while wearing a bikini? And these things are really happening. So that's Emily Chang. Talking about one of the things that may happen air does happen in Silicon Valley. Look danton lions the thing about your book that I think is the deepest point that you make is how. Silicon Valley views it's actual employee's. An actual workers tell tell me more about that. Because part of what you wrote seems very familiar to me in terms of how industrialists of old also saw their workers. Right only. I think it's actually even worse. So the the view today in Silicon Valley is that workers are essentially disposable widgets. See you there fuel. They'll like the coal you throw in a steam engine to keep it going. So you you hire them you. You burn them out turn them out and just hire again, and you just high turnover and high burn out. Oddly enough. It's counter to what Silicon Valley was even as recently as when I started writing about Silicon Valley in the eighties at that time, the gold standard was something called the HP way, which was really human Centric, really employee Centric. It was a great place to work and to stay. Hewlett packard. Hewlett packard. And then they'll Hewitt Dave Packer. They had a whole management theory about management by walking around that used to profit share quite a bit with their employees. I mean, it was it was the standard of an look it would turn into a blue chip company mean, right? No longer. But but it was at the top of the heap wants the garage the Bill and Dave founded HP is a national landmark, right? And the the one thing I loved about a two they would have a big picnic for the whole company once a year, and your families,.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"What's going to happen is on the past all these things function separately. We saw that story recently where the NCAA changed the rules and the NBA was blindsided will now the NBA is going to get involved with kids that are brought in by USA basketball. Some eighty kids to that. They helped train for the national team, help them with wellness and development skills and things like that. But people see this as the precursor to doing away with one and done getting the NBA around these kids letting them in Iraq. I think it's the beginning of a whole new era in how we deal with young people in basketball and a good one done is we know that it's that labor contract tween the union and the NBA yours. Villains are, right. I don't even think your tongue firmly cheek. Really carry this. Go bio all speak from confused perspective here on the jets. Okay. Here's a team that knows should know at this point how to manage a situation such as it has now with its quarterbacks, and instead of giving Sam darnold whom everyone is already putting in canton based on, you know, a couple of preseason game instead of giving him a chance to learn take his time, then take their time, not put too much pressure on them. They got rid of teddy Bridgewater. They traded him to the scenes instead of giving darnold Akopian. And now, of course we expect them to be starting in week one and all those attendant pressures and look. This is this is not a team that has had the kind of success last season's that would lead you to believe that they're going to be able to protect and develop this guy the way that they should immediately. I just don't get it on the bright side. You got a third round pick from it, which you can use the select the quarterback next year. All whole year program on this program. I don't know Ryan with the Dow is doing right now, but I love the way the Browns through the league under the book in the course of this story, Michael kendricks. So he is by villain and all of this, and he's my villain for a specific reason. If you know about the story, Michael kendricks was just hauled in basically charged with insider trading by the feds for working with a guy at Goldman Sachs, getting tipped off on different deals. This is basically insider information for kickbacks. He turned eighty thousand dollars into one point, two million in five months. But what I found interesting about this Richard Hendrix exactly. He gave an apology basically sent this public. I didn't fully understand the details of the trades I was drawn in by the allure of being more than a football player with a friend that I thought I could trust these guys were using codes to cover all this up. He was saying, let's go on FaceTime presumably to avoid the -tection. There's a loophole very innocent exactly. Misunderstanding here and some of the tweets coming from other athletes were, hey, this is a player being taken advantage of by by this investor guy. There's a little bit of a babe in the woods thing here of why didn't know. And I was kind of drowning. He did admit guilt, but at the end of the day he was responsible and now he's looking real jail real jail time and why the Browns signed him is another mystery on believable. Villainous Josaia Marino manager, Manchester United, and they, here's a guy, hits the great success, but always runs into a wall in year three. He's in year three. He's won one. He's lost, lose us, the Spurs of Tottenham on this Monday. Yes, right. And there he goes, he starts out, lecturing the press, and then eventually start channeling for the later Retha Franklin here it is do know that. What was the result? Three new, three new. Do know what these men. Three new, but also mean three premise ships and I won more premierships alone. Then the other nineteen minutes together three for me and for them. Respect, respect suspected. That's what makes them so good. And that's one of the wounded. Yeah, you got football just fractures on this guy, but it's year three and it set your watch to it. It's gonna blow up. All right. Who you got Phil Hughes, former New York Yankees pitcher took to Twitter and speaking overspent through some disrespect at Wrigley Fenway now. See, he's he's actually quote tweeting his own tweet here. If you notice tell me your most unpopular opinion too. Okay. Here's mine..
"richard hendrix" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thanks for listening it's donna and steve on mytalk one zero seven one steve is back better than every brought me back some kona coffee aloha ronald target gotta talk in chaska targeting chaska is kona coffee in on the bag good boldly proclaims ten percent kona coffee beans in fine print which means it's ninety percent folger's kona coffee beans ryan have you sipped of this nectar yet it's very quiet here has you'd be more energetic by now i haven't sifted that's why i sound so lakers not really my favorite noise in the world do you like the sound of sipping no one it's too hot to taste right now i know i can't i don't like any food sounds we realized donna valentine is the female equivalent of leary david type of dog before this walking to get coffee and so i was telling steve for everybody else that larry i watched the episode of comedians in cars getting coffee with larry david and on like oh my god i wanna talk to you about this because his the way he feels about food is very similar to the way i feel about food want hot food for lunch yeah like he does it he won't eat warm food for lunch just can't but that's not me it's not that but i'll tell you about that coming up a little bit later because i did a marathon of comedians in cars getting coffee it's so good you guys you could watch like eight episodes in ninety minutes or less probably an hour but anyway what have you watched seve thank you for asking we did is about ten hours to get to hawaii and to get back ten hours yeah is it yes we didn't hear yes we drove to cleveland and then we always drive to cleveland and then we fly out yes from here why are you asking me i've gone to hawaii before an i i don't remember it being my mom flew here then she and i got on a plane here and it was a big baller several hours i don't think it was ten several hours okay i get i get what you're doing how shy humble break you probably flew direct your never ever ever if i can avoid it ever we pay for thirty seven tickets at a time so we've we connect and i always say that's it i'm putting my foot down we're flying direct next time and then i go on hot wire and i'm like cheese lease to all five of us have to go okay well we're going to be flying leave the baby home yeah and we're flying spirit which means you have to serve as a flight attendant okay so what did you watch i watch silicon valley throw that i've only watched i think only on a plane maybe i've watched one episode off of a plane but it had me regretting cancelling my hbo now which expires in three or four days i was i used it i did a trial to watch the andre the giant movie and then i realized i had a bunch of one off subscriptions that i needed to cancel okay so i canceled hbo go or hbo now whichever one you can get on your phone and smart devices oh that's hbo oh okay but is this a tj miller show says he's not on it anymore he's not on it they've written his character out of it but it is it is really a funny funny show every time you watched it ryan yeah i watched the first few season now it's mike judge it's mike the guy behind beavis and butthead yes take the hill office space a whole bunch of other great movies and it's a donahue you might even like it i know so the short synopsis is thomas middle ditch plays richard hendrix at college dropout in x coder okay they're in silicon valley he's a coder by the way you would know no this guy thomas middle ditch he is the face of the verizon ads now do you know like this guy that's him yeah but the little guy with the glasses yes and he leaves the other guy no got the wrong you're thinking of the sprint guy no nothing spring anyway it.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Trumpcast
"Great concern to me and i truly value them but i also see how the fact that they're so central to me stems from my felt entitlement to self development i also think that the condescension is very real i think the middle classes respect for traditional institutions like the military there was just a very funny do you know the show silicon valley there's a funny episode where the clueless ceo richard hendrix outed a developer as a christian there's just like oh my god oh my god don't you out in me as a christian i'm never gonna be able to have lunch in this town again on so ashamed being l2tp q or trans that's a that's a source of social honor in my crowd being outed as a cr christian that's kind of a disaster so that shows you the kind of every day you know we've heard of micro aggressions in the context of gender and the context of race and all of that is very real but there are a lot of micro aggressions that stemmed from social classes well that's a good example this work in both directions i mean do you think the misunderstandings mischaracterization mockery of educated elites by working class people matters i mean certainly those stereotypes exist to yeah i mean people class migrants people i called class migrants who were brought up in non elite backgrounds and of enter the elite often say that their family and friends i grew up with that's the education talking yeah i mean i do think the hard feelings and the belittling go both ways but i also think that i'm a social support nation person and i think when a group on top is is deeply insulting a group beneath them i kinda think it's incumbent on the group for the group on top to get its act together not to wait until the group that has been unfairly insulted apologizes i but i mean quite apart from what i believe this politics isn't working for me i don't know if it's working not working for me result we've gotten yeah bridging this class culture gap is the first step to to stepping back from some of the truly shocking things that are happening in our country is then that that wealthier white americans are able to be sympathetic towards poor people people of color but not towards the white working class what is that a gap in the magic nation what's what's why do you think that's true i think actually it's very self serving and i don't mean to paint my myself and others like me and but i mean the bottom line is the way my crowd describes where we are is merit people always go like oh my god you worked so hard joan you've earned everything you've had and i always look at them and say yes so to hotel housekeepers you know so do plumbers but the the way that the elite in the united states explains its privilege is by merit and it's very if if it's not by merit to acknowledge that people who didn't go to college didn't have the opportunity as i did to go to yale harvard mit but never get near them to admit that one of the reasons i went to yale harvard mit because i came from an elite family then i'm have to face my social privilege in a way that very uncomfortable liberals do think that the white working class votes against its own interest getting rid of of wanting to get rid of guaranteed health care supporting tax cuts for the rich so there is a prevalent view that there is a kind of false consciousness or at least a misunderstanding of what's good for them if that part of the condescension you're talking about and is that do you think i've used wrong yeah i mean i think that is part and parcel of the contribution of the other condescension that i'm talking about i think the the really shocking thing that i asked people to been their minds around is that the white working class actually thought trump was their best choice even though they saw him for all of what he is they thought he was their best choice and that's because progressive have not focused on the.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Draft started you know what i mean and other on the rest of the league's just like well what the fox spurs tectonic one right which i assume that and then eight and two in the natchitoches everything now bagley said in their aid would be furious i assume civil houses and oh yeah there's no doubt about it he bought it while he was at arizona with under i don't know why don keeps fallen though he's nothing like bagley it's kind of going to over weight well it's tough because i think when you do when twelve months out you are like the number one guy people didn't know where to go but there because like towns was not the number one guy until like the pitch it's literally pick was number one most of that year though okafor was it oh coming into the year though it was number one outta high school wasn't he thinks towns i think turner was number one outta high school with he was ranked in that class i remember watching the george brand game because he was out and they just flashed he was number one but okeafor like a new okeafor was early on i remember having arguments early as that november with people being like nah it's jalil and i was like i don't see that i didn't think he'd be this bad thing i was like i think he will be a yeah i thought you at least be able to get buckets yeah the league really i mean that's the guy who dropped him in nineteen ninety two he's of true franchise yeah usa four four center behind like ewing wadwan tumba this has rivals for the year has for number one okay mujdat to maybe that was espn who stanley johnson three cliff alexander four whole cat five cliff alexander still trying to get back in the league on instagram recently alexander still trying to figure out a way to play kansas shame on one again he was gonna go to illinois even worse deserve succeed turn away turn it was nine okay what would you keep any spans rankings let's see chad ford hasn't chad for dr ford has also truly and number eighty four prospects gonna stinking get traded to the nets everyone that's why that's why don't like why people say bagley is julia local for yeah agree i don't i don't think it's the floor is not that low for bhagwat no no even like just athlete like a lot of delos athlete he just really big he just can't move his feet that fast ruling just can't move let's see okay yeah espn okafor's one turner was to okay too yeah trey lyles number six cat was nine blige jesus christ why would people not see with cat just an justin jackson was him moody jones four so tachyon's what's been like fucking people up in minnesota he's fogging people have duke russell was thirteen booker was eighteen james blackman junior when they talk shrug ever heard again grayson twentyone strong class i still junior could find a real could guy with those two shit out of the he's also like five four though which does not seem i two six sexually bed while flagging like a low down guy there's really good but now the end of this class pretty when you go back to like oh three oh four they truly had no idea what they were scouting you'll find some gems and like the one fifties it's sterile lebron was like number one like chris bosh i don't see it forty eight a thin lefty big i don't like them i think perk was like number three lebron's class he he was was like baby shack yeah i mean he might class was hysterically terrible which was that five i think jerrell they are jewelry was number one yeah and it's like pulled out that i've looked at the ofa this is from rivals joe greene one josh mcroberts monte andre blocks was so far strong class martill webster five a guy i really liked bynum louisville jillian right richard hendrix damn entered any forever that's there's a reason and ten tyler has world class stock i heard a lot of legends in that ten that was.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Is season five episode seven the character kilfoyle who is the satanist programmer one of the programmers behind the company the fictional company in the show pitches an idea to his boss richard hendrix and it's a it's an idea as to how to get away from venture capital funding because at this point in the in the season they're looking for more funding from venture capitalists and the previous funding that they've gotten has come with strings attached and that makes development difficult it adds in complexities and makes it so the venture capital investors have some amount of control over what's going on and so guilfoil pitches his boss on the idea of doing what they call an icy oh which is a real thing it's an initial currency offering or initial coins initial coin offering which has been away for companies or startups to fund themselves without actually having to go through the venture capital process so here's what happens what are we talking about here you want us to launch currency i do the fact that people are willing to pay many multiples more for our compute credits than they're worth we have an opportunity here worth is relative richard what do you mean why do people covered the silly pieces of green cotton paper in their launch because we are all sheep and we've mutually agreed to entail certain things with value and right now for some reason the market values our credits more than we do did kilfoyle we're not going to send me pit it and become a digital currency company i'm not proposing a pivot i'm proposing that we sell digital currency as a way to finance our new internet company.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Character guilfoil who is the satanist programmer one of the programmers behind the company the fictional company in the show pitches an idea to his boss richard hendrix and it's it's an idea as to how to get away from venture capital funding because at this point in the in the season they're looking for more funding from venture capitalists and the previous funding that they've gotten has come with strings attached and that makes development difficult it adds in complexities and makes it so the venture capital investors have some amount of control over what's going on and so guilfoil pitches his boss on the idea of doing what they call an is c oh which is a real thing it's an initial currency offering or initial coins gives me initial coin offering which has been away for companies or startups to fund themselves without actually having to go through the venture capital process so here's what happens what are we talking about here you want us to launch cryptocurrency i do the fact that people are willing to pay many multiples more for our compute credits than they're worth we have an opportunity here worth is relative richard what do you mean why do people covered the silly pieces of green cotton paper in their wallets because we are all sheep and we've mutually agreed to endow certain things with value and right now for some reason the market values our credits more than we did kilfoyle we're not going to suddenly pivot and become a digital currency i'm not proposing a pivot i'm proposing that we sell digital currency as a way to finance our new internet company you.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on The Vergecast
"That appears to be the business and it works like i actually i bought closed this weekend based on instagram ad that i had seen and by the way to my knowledge has actually never happened before but like they find the found the right set of shirts and i was like you know what we're doing this thing and i did it and they actually that's the one that that's like when you when you start typing your credit card information in the instagram in browser you're like oh i've just been horribly defeated by like i'm not even thinking this all right i'm gonna read one add an addio and talk to you about oculus because there's a ton of oculus news so let me read one more adverse looking valley is you know this virtuous brought to you by hbo silicon valley new internet new problems hbo silicon valley takes its to real satire tech culture to the next level the season is a communist richard hendrix pivots has startups develop decentralized internet it turns out the road autonomous pure network has paved with misguided carpentras stealth acquisitions of pizza apps and a lot of public speaking and i see you know said watching disease get new episodes of silicon valley sundays at ten pm on hbo all right addy yes you are a headset how many photos have we taken of you in a vr headset in the past week not counting duplicates of different system or like the same system with different photos i was trying to count it up and i honestly don't remember because there's the vibe playstation vr rift five pre oculus go gear vr daydream maybe second daydream and then there's probably some weird prototypes i was at something for i'm gonna come back and build a wall this is doing when it come back from i i leave i'm building a wall in headset phone as oculus is this from what i can tell this is just an old galaxy cell phone in a case right like internally but they released it you try to is it more than that.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Recode Decode
"They course corrected and they spent a few years really investing in large scale diplomatic endeavors and by the end of that second term and just a few short years you had the iran deal as controversial as it is certainly a serious diplomatic undertaking you had the thon relations with cuba you had the paris climate change a cord all in rapid succession so i think the obama administration gives us both lessons how dangerous the militarization of foreign policy is and also how quickly you can pull out of the nosedive if you choose to today's show is brought to you by ibm by twenty fifty the world population will reach nearly ten billion and food production will need to grow by seventy percent what if artificial intelligence could help farmers are already using it to help increase crop yields watson and the ibm cloud provides access to whether data and analyze satellite imagery to help the monitor soil moisture levels and to reduce water waste so as the population grows more food can be put on tables let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart today's show is brought to you by hbo silicon valley is back for another season and another pivot this time founder richard hendrix turns his sights on launching a decentralized internet with so much focus on data tracking and privacy on the web this latest turn of events feels eerily relevant but this should come as no surprise the comedy has made a name for it self with two real jokes about startup culture it's the shows attention to detail that feeds the comedy every references on point not to mention the fantastic emmy award winning cameos from people like me i'm still waiting for that emmy but i really enjoyed being on it including giving gavin belsen advice on how to run hooley get new episodes of silicon valley sundays at ten pm on hbo.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Today's show is brought to you by hbo hbo silicon valley is timely as ever as pied piper founder richard hendrix pivots to build a decentralized internet free of ads and data tracking but as the saying goes new internet new problems watch new episodes of silicon valley sundays at ten pm on hbo i watch it every week today's show is brought to you by 'em particle it's the only customer data platform built to address modern day to challenges for most brands today customer interactions are spread across lots of connected devices and that makes it tough to create optimal experiences and drive the right marketing outcomes that's why brands like spotify then mo and airbnb use 'em particle it lets them unified customer data into a single customer view then they can easily integrate the data into any marketing analytics platform with no additional engineering time required the result is more personalized customer experiences on websites and in apps as well as more relevant ads across channels and partners visit 'em particle dot com to learn how m particle can help your businesses unify the customer experience and accelerate growth hi i'm karen swisher executive editor recode you may know me as someone who hates the haters and enjoys doing it but in my spare time i talked tech and you're listening to rico decode from the fox media podcast network today in the red chair is sally kohn political commentator for cnn she's the author of a new book called the opposite of hate a field guide to repairing our humanity sally welcome to rico decode so just took me a second realize i'm in a red chair.
"richard hendrix" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"Today's show is brought to you by ibm by the end of this podcast nearly ten thousand noon malware variants launched now i can help protect your data from the threats wherever it lives with ibm security put smart to work learn more at ibm dot com slash smart today's show is brought to you by hbo here's my friend and colleague kerris wisher to tell you more hbo silicon valley is timely as ever as pied piper founder richard hendrix pivots to build a decentralized internet free of ads and data tracking but as the saying goes new internet new problems watch new episodes of silicon valley sundays at ten pm on hbo i watch it every week this is recode media the peter kafka that is me i'm part of the vox media podcast network and i'm here at fox media headquarters in new york city before we get to talk to my pulitzer prize winning guests one quick astrum you tell someone about the show you know how to tell you about the show because you know how to use twitter and facebook and email and that is the end of my pitch welcome emily steel the new york times normally i asked my guess how do i pronounce your name i know how to pronounce your name is pretty basic here's my question i'm pronouncing pulitzer correct you know my dad had the same question this week he said is it pulitzer i pull it sir if you say pulitzer europol surprise winter you win well congrats inca thank you you're one of one of the team new york times who won for public service these many pulitzer prize words that's the best one right he can say that i can say that for the work you did focusing on sexual harassment at fox news.